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24th Jun '17 7:40:36 AM nighttrainfm
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*** The [[CombinedEnergyAttack Genki Dama]] can only be used by someone of pure heart as well. Notably, as mentioned in a NonSerialMovie, when Goku enters the Super Saiyajin form, he's unable to use it, because the Super Saiyajin state taints his heart with rage and [[BloodKnight bloodlust]]. This restriction persists even after he masters the Super Saiyajin form and is able to act perfectly calm while in it. He attempts it in one of the {{Non Serial Movie}}s, but can't keep the energy together and ends up just absorbing it into his body for a power-up.

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*** The [[CombinedEnergyAttack Genki Dama]] can only be used by someone of pure heart as well. Notably, as mentioned in a NonSerialMovie, when Goku enters the Super Saiyajin form, he's unable to use it, because the Super Saiyajin state taints his heart with rage and [[BloodKnight bloodlust]]. This restriction persists even after he masters doesn't prohibit from going [=SSJ=] ''after'' forming the Super Saiyajin form and is able to act perfectly calm while attack, which he does in it. He attempts it in one of the {{Non Serial Movie}}s, but can't keep the energy together and ends up just aforementioned movie (outright absorbing it into his body for a power-up.the energy) and in the final battle against Kid Buu.
20th May '17 11:35:06 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', the Avatar character class can [[MagicKnight equip any weapon, any armor, and cast magic.]] This originally required a KarmaMeter, or 8 of them.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Ultima}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Ultima}}'', the Avatar character class can [[MagicKnight equip any weapon, any armor, and cast magic.]] This originally required a KarmaMeter, or 8 of them.
17th Apr '17 7:03:24 AM Blazer
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** In ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', Comicbook/NickFury whispers something to Thor [[spoiler:that instantly makes {{Mjolnir}} find not only Thor, but ''every single Asgardian'', unworthy of it.]]

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** In ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', Comicbook/NickFury whispers something to Thor [[spoiler:that instantly makes {{Mjolnir}} find not only Thor, but ''every single Asgardian'', unworthy of it.]] It's later revealed in ''The Unworthy Thor'' that [[spoiler:the thing that made Thor and the rest of Asgard unworthy was that "Gorr was right", that is Gorr the God Butcher claimed that the gods were unworthy of the love and affection mortals gave them because they were such vain and vengeful creatures.]]
9th Mar '17 6:57:29 PM Troperinik
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* In Episode 105 of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'', [[CrapsaccharineWorld Planet Smileyland]] gets destroyed and can be created again if somebody presses a button. But the person pressing the button has to have a pure heart, because the planet will create itself according to their thoughts, so they are put through a machine which temporarily removes all bad thoughts.
21st Dec '16 11:09:14 AM Xtifr
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* Creator/LloydAlexander's ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain''. When Taran first tries to wield the sword Dyrnwyn in ''The Book of Three'', he's blasted by its power. In ''The High King'' he's able to use Dyrnwyn to destroy the Cauldron born and Arawn Death Lord. Dyrnwyn has an inscription: "Draw Dyrnwyn, only thou of noble worth, to rule with justice, to strike down evil. Who wields it in good cause shall slay even the Lord of Death." When Taran first drew Dyrnwyn he was a callow youth. When he drew it the second time he had matured into a noble man.

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* Creator/LloydAlexander's ''Literature/ChroniclesOfPrydain''.''Literature/TheChroniclesOfPrydain''. When Taran first tries to wield the sword Dyrnwyn in ''The Book of Three'', he's blasted by its power. In ''The High King'' he's able to use Dyrnwyn to destroy the Cauldron born and Arawn Death Lord. Dyrnwyn has an inscription: "Draw Dyrnwyn, only thou of noble worth, to rule with justice, to strike down evil. Who wields it in good cause shall slay even the Lord of Death." When Taran first drew Dyrnwyn he was a callow youth. When he drew it the second time he had matured into a noble man.
18th Dec '16 7:33:36 AM Phred
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'', only the pure of heart is said to be able to pass through the barrier protecting San Lorenzo. It seems to be somewhat lenient though, as when Dulcinea uses this as evidence that she can trust Puss in Boots completely, it leads to him accidentally breaking the spell by stealing a coin from the treasury.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'', only the pure of heart is said to be able to pass through the barrier protecting San Lorenzo. It seems to be somewhat lenient though, as when Dulcinea uses this as evidence that she can trust Puss in Boots completely, it leads to him accidentally breaking the spell by stealing a coin from the treasury. Later on, the world is threatened by an AncientEvil, and the ChosenOne who can stop it is the one with a heart so pure, it is incapable of fear.
8th Dec '16 6:48:30 PM Werewolfgirl
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** In 3x07 Currents, [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] is taken. Knowing it would (most likely) be [[spoiler:Scott]] who come to save him, the [[WitchWithACapitalB villian]] put [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] in a ring of Mt. Ash - which supernatural creatures cannot cross. [[spoiler:Scott]] indeed does come to the rescue and tries to break through anyways, and in the process, [[spoiler:Scott's]] eyes turn [[ForeShadowing red]] - but [[spoiler:he]] is still a Beta, and confirming what [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] reveals [[spoiler:he]] had believed. As [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] explains to [[spoiler:Scott]] post rescue:\\
"It's rare. It's something that doesn't happen within 100 years, but every once in a while a beta can become an Alpha without having to steal or take that power. They call it a true Alpha. It's one who rises purely on the strength of the character, by virtue, by sheer force of will."

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** In 3x07 Currents, [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] is taken. Knowing it would (most likely) be [[spoiler:Scott]] who who'd come to save him, the [[WitchWithACapitalB villian]] villain]], put [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] in a ring of Mt. Ash - which supernatural creatures cannot cross. [[spoiler:Scott]] indeed does come to the rescue and tries to break through anyways, and in the process, [[spoiler:Scott's]] eyes turn [[ForeShadowing red]] - but [[spoiler:he]] is still a Beta, and confirming Beta. This also confirms what [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] reveals [[spoiler:he]] had believed. As [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] explains to [[spoiler:Scott]] post rescue:\\
"It's rare. It's something that doesn't happen within 100 years, but every once in a while a beta Beta can become an Alpha without having to steal or take that power. They call it a true True Alpha. It's one who rises purely on the strength of the character, by virtue, by sheer force of will."
8th Dec '16 12:31:30 PM Werewolfgirl
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** In 3x07 Currents, [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] is taken. Knowing it would (most likely) be [[spoiler:Scott]] who come to save him, the villian put [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] in a ring of Mt. Ash - which werewolves cannot cross. [[spoiler:Scott]] indeed does come to the rescue and tries to break through anyways, and in the process, [[spoiler:Scott's]] eyes turn [[Foreshadowing red]] - but he is still a Beta. As [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] explains to [[spoiler:Scott]] post rescue., It's rare. It's something that doesn't happen within 100 years,
but every once in a while a beta can become an Alpha without having to steal or take that power.
They call it a true Alpha. It's one who rises purely on the strength of the character, by virtue,
by sheer force of will.

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** In 3x07 Currents, [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] is taken. Knowing it would (most likely) be [[spoiler:Scott]] who come to save him, the villian [[WitchWithACapitalB villian]] put [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] in a ring of Mt. Ash - which werewolves supernatural creatures cannot cross. [[spoiler:Scott]] indeed does come to the rescue and tries to break through anyways, and in the process, [[spoiler:Scott's]] eyes turn [[Foreshadowing [[ForeShadowing red]] - but he [[spoiler:he]] is still a Beta.Beta, and confirming what [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] reveals [[spoiler:he]] had believed. As [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] explains to [[spoiler:Scott]] post rescue., It's rescue:\\
"It's
rare. It's something that doesn't happen within 100 years,
years, but every once in a while a beta can become an Alpha without having to steal or take that power.
power. They call it a true Alpha. It's one who rises purely on the strength of the character, by virtue,
virtue, by sheer force of will."
8th Dec '16 12:13:40 PM Werewolfgirl
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* In ''Series/TeenWolf'': This is what makes a True Alpha a True Alpha.
** In 3x07 Currents, [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] is taken. Knowing it would (most likely) be [[spoiler:Scott]] who come to save him, the villian put [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] in a ring of Mt. Ash - which werewolves cannot cross. [[spoiler:Scott]] indeed does come to the rescue and tries to break through anyways, and in the process, [[spoiler:Scott's]] eyes turn [[Foreshadowing red]] - but he is still a Beta. As [[spoiler:Dr. Deaton]] explains to [[spoiler:Scott]] post rescue., It's rare. It's something that doesn't happen within 100 years,
but every once in a while a beta can become an Alpha without having to steal or take that power.
They call it a true Alpha. It's one who rises purely on the strength of the character, by virtue,
by sheer force of will.
30th Nov '16 4:24:28 AM jormis29
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** In ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', Comicbook/NickFury whispers something to Thor [[spoiler:that instantly makes Mjolnir find not only Thor, but ''every single Asgardian'', unworthy of it.]]
** Oh, it gets better. In ''Comicbook/{{AXIS}}'', [[spoiler:''Loki becomes worthy of Mjolnir'' as an effect of being Inverted (i.e. [[HeelFaceTurn Heel-Face Turned]]).]] Not related to the hammer but in the same event said person [[ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard expressed the notion]] that "...''pureness of heart'' is the ''greatest magic of all''!", before turning into a ''unicorn''. Yes. That [[https://p.dreamwidth.org/ca83adab171e/-/img.photobucket.com/albums/v517/jetfire85/Screenshot2014-11-19163416_zps46b1b903.png happened]].

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** In ''Comicbook/OriginalSin'', Comicbook/NickFury whispers something to Thor [[spoiler:that instantly makes Mjolnir {{Mjolnir}} find not only Thor, but ''every single Asgardian'', unworthy of it.]]
** Oh, it gets better. In ''Comicbook/{{AXIS}}'', [[spoiler:''Loki becomes worthy of Mjolnir'' {{Mjolnir}}'' as an effect of being Inverted (i.e. [[HeelFaceTurn Heel-Face Turned]]).]] Not related to the hammer but in the same event said person [[ComicBook/LokiAgentOfAsgard expressed the notion]] that "...''pureness of heart'' is the ''greatest magic of all''!", before turning into a ''unicorn''. Yes. That [[https://p.dreamwidth.org/ca83adab171e/-/img.photobucket.com/albums/v517/jetfire85/Screenshot2014-11-19163416_zps46b1b903.png happened]].
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