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30th May '17 6:23:50 PM KaiYves
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* In one chapter of the ''Manga/AstroBoy'' manga, Astro is fighting a NighInvulnerable alien giant robot attempting to terraform an island on Earth to match his masters' home planet. He defeats the robot by reminding it that it needs to change gravity, too-- the robot alters the force of gravity on the island-- and ends up flung out into space.


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* In their debut issue, the second team of [[ComicBook/XMen X-Men]] defeat the living island of Krakoa by freeing magnetism-controller Polaris from its clutches and combining their powers to supercharge her until she's able to cancel the force of gravity on the island, sending it into space.
8th May '17 7:02:44 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Many [[MindOverMatter biotic abilities]] from ''Franchise/MassEffect'' have this effect, including Lift (replaced by Pull second game onwards), [[UnrealisticBlackHole Singularity]], Lift Grenade, and Slam, the latter combining this trope with its inversion by lifting foes then suddenly increasing gravity to make them fall hard enough to kill.
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8th May '17 6:42:37 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In this case, it's almost always an ability [[AntagonistAbilities exclusive to villains]], due to how [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] making your foes float uselessly in the air whenever you want is.

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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In this case, it's almost always an ability [[AntagonistAbilities exclusive to villains]], due to how [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] making your foes float uselessly in the air whenever you want (instead of situationally) is.
8th May '17 6:40:36 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In this case, it's almost always an ability [[AntagonistAbilities exclusive to villains]], due to how [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] making your foes float uselessly in the air is.

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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In this case, it's almost always an ability [[AntagonistAbilities exclusive to villains]], due to how [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] making your foes float uselessly in the air whenever you want is.
8th May '17 6:34:30 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* Subverted/Defied in ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''. [[KnifeNut Lariska]] is [[GenreSavvy aware of this trope]], so when she is assigned to kill a [[GravityMaster Toa of Gravity]], she first spends quite some time using levitation disks to practice fighting/assassination/both in zero-g conditions.

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* Subverted/Defied in ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}''. [[KnifeNut Lariska]] is [[GenreSavvy aware of this trope]], trope, so when she is assigned to kill a [[GravityMaster Toa of Gravity]], she first spends quite some time using levitation disks to practice fighting/assassination/both in zero-g conditions.
8th May '17 6:33:33 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off.

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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In this case, it's almost always an ability [[AntagonistAbilities exclusive to villains]], due to how [[GameBreaker game-breaking]] making your foes float uselessly in the air is.
8th May '17 6:24:31 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In that case, it's almost always an {{Antagonist Power|s}}.

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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In that case, it's almost always an {{Antagonist Power|s}}.
8th May '17 6:23:49 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In that case, it's almost always an {{Antagonist Superpower|s}}.

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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In that case, it's almost always an {{Antagonist Superpower|s}}.Power|s}}.
8th May '17 6:22:51 PM Drope
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This technique is also a staple of {{Gravity Master}}s, who do not require the whole "being in space" to be able to pull it off. In that case, it's almost always an {{Antagonist Superpower|s}}.
8th May '17 6:17:39 PM Drope
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A GravityMaster may have this as an ability, thus not needing to be in space in the first place to use it.
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