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22nd Feb '16 10:51:08 AM sgamer82
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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', there appears to be only one of each Devil Fruit, and nobody can have two Devil Fruit powers (except [[spoiler: Blackbeard]]). Averted with Haki, though.

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* In ''Manga/OnePiece'', there appears to be only one of each Devil Fruit, and nobody can have two Devil Fruit powers (except [[spoiler: Blackbeard]]). Trying to will result in the death of the person trying to obtain the second power. Averted with Haki, though.which can be learned by anyone and used in tandem with Devil Fruit powers or other abilities.
13th Feb '16 8:15:33 PM Prfnoff
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* ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin''

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* ''Manga/WitchHunterRobin''''Anime/WitchHunterRobin''
11th Dec '15 1:33:12 AM knifleman
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* ''{{Literature/Outliers}}'' subverts the trope; while the first generation of supers only got the one power (although they tended to be fairly broad to make for it), the second generation often get multiple, including some FlyingBricks.
23rd Sep '15 11:07:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/SkyHigh''. While Nurse Specs mentions that its ''possible'' for the child of two superhumans to inherit ''both'' of their parentsí powers, the implication is that its damned rare, and everyone else's reactions to Will's not only being [[FlyingBrick super-strong but being able to fly]] implies that most people only have one power.

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* ''Film/SkyHigh''.''Film/SkyHigh2005''. While Nurse Specs mentions that its ''possible'' for the child of two superhumans to inherit ''both'' of their parentsí powers, the implication is that its damned rare, and everyone else's reactions to Will's not only being [[FlyingBrick super-strong but being able to fly]] implies that most people only have one power.
23rd Sep '15 11:06:29 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Nightfall'' books by Mickey Zucker Reichert feature individuals with single "natal talents".

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* The ''Nightfall'' ''Literature/{{Nightfall}}'' books by Mickey Zucker Reichert feature individuals with single "natal talents".



* In ''ShadowOps'', "Latents" (humans who develop magical powers) only develop within one specific "school" of magic. Some of these are limited, i.e. pyromancers can only create fire. Others are impressively diverse, such as terramancers, who can control earth, shape and grow plants, and mind-control animals.

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* In ''ShadowOps'', ''Literature/ShadowOps'', "Latents" (humans who develop magical powers) only develop within one specific "school" of magic. Some of these are limited, i.e. pyromancers can only create fire. Others are impressively diverse, such as terramancers, who can control earth, shape and grow plants, and mind-control animals.
7th Sep '15 12:37:02 PM nombretomado
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* The "White Event" in ''TheNewUniverse'' played this fairly straight.

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* The "White Event" in ''TheNewUniverse'' ''ComicBook/TheNewUniverse'' played this fairly straight.
21st Aug '15 3:01:13 PM Discar
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* By the time of ''Literature/TheMistbornAdventures'', the magical bloodlines have diluted such that there are no more Mistborn or Feruchemists: nobody has more than one Allomantic and one Feruchemical power.

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* By the time of ''Literature/TheMistbornAdventures'', ''Literature/WaxAndWayne'', the magical bloodlines have diluted such that there are no more Mistborn or Feruchemists: nobody has more than one Allomantic and one Feruchemical power.power. Twinborn are those with one of each, and Compounders are Twinborn with matching powers--which, due to a quirk of the magic system, means that they can get more out of their Feruchemy than they put in, breaking the EquivalentExchange and creating an infinite loop. The only Compounder in the first book is Miles Hundredlives, who uses gold to store health and get a HealingFactor that makes Wolverine look like a wimp.
20th Aug '15 5:12:48 PM Adept
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* ''CodeGeass''
* ''{{Aphorism}}''

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* ''CodeGeass''
''Anime/CodeGeass''
* ''{{Aphorism}}''''Manga/{{Aphorism}}''



* ''WitchHunterRobin''
* In ''OnePiece'', there appears to be only one of each Devil Fruit, and nobody can have two Devil Fruit powers (except [[spoiler: Blackbeard]]). Averted with Haki, though.

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* ''WitchHunterRobin''
''Manga/WitchHunterRobin''
* In ''OnePiece'', ''Manga/OnePiece'', there appears to be only one of each Devil Fruit, and nobody can have two Devil Fruit powers (except [[spoiler: Blackbeard]]). Averted with Haki, though.



* ''{{Needless}}''

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* ''{{Needless}}''''Manga/{{Needless}}''



* ''{{Tiger and Bunny}}''

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* ''{{Tiger and Bunny}}''''Anime/TigerAndBunny''
17th Aug '15 1:28:23 PM Demotivator
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Sidekicks}}'' all supublics are born with a [[SuperpowerLottery single superpower]]. Superheroes subvert this by gaining a second superpower thanks to their [[SuperheroesWearCapes hero]] [[BadassCape capes]] and the villains working with Metheos do so [[spoiler:via the Third Prana.]]
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22nd May '15 5:16:50 PM nombretomado
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* ''MutantX'' does this with the exception of [[BigBad Gabriel Ashlocke]], who had ''every'' power.
* ''{{Misfits}}'' subverts this. Although everyone seems to get one power, at least two people were given two powers in the storm, and Seth can give customers multiple powers with his ability.

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* ''MutantX'' ''Series/MutantX'' does this with the exception of [[BigBad Gabriel Ashlocke]], who had ''every'' power.
* ''{{Misfits}}'' ''Series/{{Misfits}}'' subverts this. Although everyone seems to get one power, at least two people were given two powers in the storm, and Seth can give customers multiple powers with his ability.
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