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19th May '18 5:52:40 PM SinDustries
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* In ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', Wade receives one [[spoiler:for playing a perfect game of ''VideoGame/PacMan'']] on the video game museum world, Archade, though he doesn't know it at the time, making a stealth ChekovsGun.


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* In ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', Wade receives one [[spoiler:for playing a perfect game of ''VideoGame/PacMan'' on the video game museum world, Archade]], though he doesn't know it at the time, making a stealth ChekovsGun.
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19th May '18 5:39:00 PM SinDustries
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* In ''Literature/ReadyPlayerOne'', Wade receives one [[spoiler:for playing a perfect game of ''VideoGame/PacMan'']] on the video game museum world, Archade, though he doesn't know it at the time, making a stealth ChekovsGun.


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* Parzival in ''Film/ReadyPlayerOne'' receives one early in the film, though he doesn't know it at the time, making it a ChekovsGun, too.
27th Apr '18 11:03:43 AM rjd1922
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Compare AutoRevive. Also see MeaninglessLives for games that don't really rely on the importance of extra lives for a reason and therefore practically throw excess amounts of 1-ups at the player when it's not really necessary ([[HarderThanHard unless it is]]).

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Compare AutoRevive. Also see MeaninglessLives for games that don't really rely on the importance of extra lives for a reason and therefore practically throw excess amounts of 1-ups at the player when it's not really necessary ([[HarderThanHard ([[NintendoHard unless it is]]).



* The classic platformer ''MonsterBash'' allowed the character to gain more lives by collecting voodoo-dolls of himself.

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* The classic platformer ''MonsterBash'' ''VideoGame/MonsterBash'' allowed the character to gain more lives by collecting voodoo-dolls of himself.
19th Apr '18 11:02:53 AM intastiel
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If this extra life is explained through in-universe technology, it is often an {{expendable clone}}, or a [[JustForPun clOne-up]].

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If this extra life See JustifiedExtraLives when there is explained through an in-universe technology, it is explanation, often an {{expendable clone}}, or a [[JustForPun clOne-up]].
8th Jan '18 7:52:51 PM VmKid
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8th Jan '18 7:52:17 PM VmKid
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* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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8th Jan '18 7:51:35 PM VmKid
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* ''VideoGame/{{HQ}}'' has Extra Lives, which will allow the player to continue even if they get a question wrong. They can be earned by having a friend use your referral code when signing up or be awarded by the administrators.
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5th Jan '18 7:28:19 PM ironcommando
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* Lives in ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' look like golden award medals of Bug's head (since he's a movie star), are generally easy to find, and easy to obtain via {{Bonus Level}}s. [[NintendoHard You're going to need them.]]

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* Lives in ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}!'' ''VideoGame/{{Bug}}'' look like golden award medals of Bug's head (since he's a movie star), are generally easy to find, and easy to obtain via {{Bonus Level}}s. [[NintendoHard You're going to need them.]]
29th Dec '17 12:25:33 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''[[TyTheTasmanianTiger Ty]]'' has the traditional floating-head variety.

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* ''[[TyTheTasmanianTiger ''[[VideoGame/TyTheTasmanianTiger Ty]]'' has the traditional floating-head variety.
4th Dec '17 1:42:52 AM totoofze47
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* The fairies (or magic medicines in the case of the Game Boy and DS games) in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series will replenish your health when you run out, although in many cases it doesn't restore it all the way...

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* The fairies (or magic medicines in the case of the Game Boy and DS games) in ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' series will replenish your health when you run out, although in many cases it doesn't restore it all the way...way, so keeping a HealingPotion on hand alongside fairies is often a good idea. ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'' also has [[spoiler:the Champion's power Mipha's Grace]], which replenishes all of Link's health ''and'' adds a few extra temporary hearts, though it has a real-time cooldown to make up for it.
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