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22nd Aug '16 7:25:27 PM jormis29
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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration {{Deadpool}}, who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.

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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration {{Deadpool}}, Comicbook/{{Deadpool}}, who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, Comicbook/DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.
22nd Aug '16 10:53:23 AM Elan
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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration [[{ComicBook/Deadpool}} Deadpool]], who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.

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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration [[{ComicBook/Deadpool}} Deadpool]], {{Deadpool}}, who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.
22nd Aug '16 10:53:01 AM Elan
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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration ComicBook/Deadpool, who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.

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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration ComicBook/Deadpool, [[{ComicBook/Deadpool}} Deadpool]], who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.
22nd Aug '16 10:52:32 AM Elan
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* [[Comicbook/TheUnbelievableGwenpool Gwenpool]] speaks in pink speech bubbles, an homage to her inspiration ComicBook/Deadpool, who speaks in yellow. When Gwen consults DoctorStrange, he grabs one of her speech bubbles and shows it to her, explaining that the coloration is a sort of "cosmic accent" indicating that she's from a different universe.
22nd Aug '16 10:49:55 AM Elan
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** Roy gives up on explaining how an airship works to Elan by pointing upward to the large Splash Panel that opened the strip, and saying that it took up so much space that there's none left to keep talking.
22nd Aug '16 10:47:32 AM Elan
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* In SuperMarioRPG, the boss Bowyer summons replicas of the gamepad's A, X, and Y buttons, and when he shoots one it becomes disabled, preventing you from making use of the button during the fight.
15th Aug '16 2:23:58 PM dotchan
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** The FinalBoss, just to drive the point home that you're in a fight to the death with no escape and no mercy, ''destroys'' the "Mercy" button that you use to flee the battle or try to spare the enemy. [[spoiler:Fortunately, it's still possible to spare him like every other enemy in the game.]]

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** The FinalBoss, just Just to drive the point home that you're in a fight to the death with no escape and no mercy, [[spoiler: Asgore]] ''destroys'' the "Mercy" button that you use to flee the battle or try to spare the enemy. [[spoiler:Fortunately, it's still possible to spare him like every other enemy in the game.]]
28th Jul '16 12:20:50 PM Jake
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* Some versions of ''VideoGame/AceOfSpades'', pre-Jagex buyout, had a CaptureTheFlag mode with "Intel" represented on the minimap by a team-coloured symbol that looked vaguely like the logo for Wi-Fi. But the minimap ''also'' accurately reflected the colours of the terrain, and since everything was BuiltWithLego it was possible to arrange a couple of dozen blocks of approximately the right colour on the ground to confuse the opposing team. This tactic was [[BrokenBase controversial]] but quite popular until an update added an arrow that would always point towards the ''real'' intel.
22nd Jul '16 11:02:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* PlayedForDrama in ''Film/FunnyGames''. Paul is DangerouslyGenreSavvy and [[NoFourthWall constantly breaks the fourth wall]], and [[spoiler:just when it seems that the protagonists are about to escape the clutches of their captors, he grabs a TV remote and ''rewinds the film'' so that he can stop them]].

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* PlayedForDrama in ''Film/FunnyGames''. Paul is DangerouslyGenreSavvy GenreSavvy and [[NoFourthWall constantly breaks the fourth wall]], and [[spoiler:just when it seems that the protagonists are about to escape the clutches of their captors, he grabs a TV remote and ''rewinds the film'' so that he can stop them]].



** The already DangerouslyGenreSavvy [[spoiler:Sans, the FinalBoss of the Genocide route]] also takes advantage of this. [[spoiler:Since your menu icon is the same icon as the heart that represents your player's Soul (basically your hitbox during the BulletHell segments,) he takes the opportunity to start attacking your cursor in-between rounds, which has the same affect as getting attacked normally. His "ultimate attack" also takes advantage of the turn-based nature of the game's combat, as he simply refuses to end his turn in the hopes that the player will give up and quit. The player then has to take advantage of this trope themselves by ''dragging'' the square field their soul resides in during combat over to the fight button and selecting it to finish him off.]]

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** The already DangerouslyGenreSavvy clever [[spoiler:Sans, the FinalBoss of the Genocide route]] also takes advantage of this. [[spoiler:Since your menu icon is the same icon as the heart that represents your player's Soul (basically your hitbox during the BulletHell segments,) he takes the opportunity to start attacking your cursor in-between rounds, which has the same affect as getting attacked normally. His "ultimate attack" also takes advantage of the turn-based nature of the game's combat, as he simply refuses to end his turn in the hopes that the player will give up and quit. The player then has to take advantage of this trope themselves by ''dragging'' the square field their soul resides in during combat over to the fight button and selecting it to finish him off.]]
11th Jul '16 10:34:42 AM GoblinCipher
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* ''Webcomic/RealLife'' has a few "cheat" comics where Greg violates the rules to prove a point. He's the first character in the comic to jump to color, and he climbs up out of the panel on another occasion to ''change the strip's title'' because it's become too unrealistic to qualify as "real life."
* In addition to [[NoFourthWall talking to the creator through the comic's "camera,"]] [[Webcomic/LeastICouldDo Rayne Summers]] [[MediumAwareness can see the title]] of his comic -- and is aware of the rather severe punishment afforded to anyone who performs an accidental TitleDrop.
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