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17th May '16 1:56:35 PM Willbyr
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* Kairi of ''KingdomHearts'' and the other Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es, as they are the only beings in the world(s) that have no darkness in their hearts and therefore are the only ones allowed to open the door to Kingdom Hearts, the center of all the worlds and greatest kingdom in existence. They also have the ability to send their hearts into other bodies for safe keeping causing their body to remain comatose but magically protected until it's returned.

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* Kairi of ''KingdomHearts'' ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' and the other Franchise/{{Disney Princess}}es, as they are the only beings in the world(s) that have no darkness in their hearts and therefore are the only ones allowed to open the door to Kingdom Hearts, the center of all the worlds and greatest kingdom in existence. They also have the ability to send their hearts into other bodies for safe keeping causing their body to remain comatose but magically protected until it's returned.
10th May '16 9:02:12 AM Anicomicgeek
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* In both the Marvel and DC universes, reigning Lords of Hell (Mephisto and Neron respectively) have attempted to ensnare the most incorruptibly pure souls only to be unable to actually HOLD them in Hell because of ''that very same trait''. The souls in question? [[spoiler: ComicBook/SilverSurfer and [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] (again respectively)]]

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* In both the Marvel and DC universes, reigning Lords of Hell (Mephisto and Neron respectively) have attempted to ensnare the most incorruptibly pure souls only to be unable to actually HOLD them in Hell because of ''that very same trait''. The souls in question? [[spoiler: ComicBook/SilverSurfer and [[{{Shazam}} Captain Marvel]] (again respectively)]]respectively)]].
* Part of the plot of ''[[ComicBook/GrantMorrisonsBatman The Resurrection of Ra's al Ghul]]'' involves the Fountain of Life, a fountain in Nanda Parbat which Ra's considering a more pure version of the Lazarus Pit, which according to the monks of Nanda Parbat, can only be used by people with pure hearts. The Sensei, Ra's father, scoffs at this as he intents to taint it, but sure enough when his fight with Batman results in the two of them landing in the Fountain, he is destroyed while Batman's injuries from the fight are healed.
31st Mar '16 11:16:26 AM johnnye
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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', only the pure of heart can activate the gate Xykon is after, so he lures the heroes there to activate it for him.

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* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'', only the pure of heart can activate the gate Xykon is after, so he lures the heroes there to activate it for him. This is foreshadowed in their dealings with the Linear Guild, who similarly manipulate them into accessing Dorukan's Talisman -- Haley puts the two together just in time to stop [[GoodIsDumb Elan]] from activating the gate.
10th Mar '16 8:32:18 PM nombretomado
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* ''CareBears'': Grandma once told Hugs and Tugs a tale about an Evil Queen (Shreeky) who wanted a magic lamp so she could rule the whole world instead of just her kingdom. However, as her Captain of the Guard (Mr. Beastly) pointed out, the lamp was being guarded by a dragon and only the pure of heart can have it.

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* ''CareBears'': ''WesternAnimation/{{Care Bears|1980s}}'': Grandma once told Hugs and Tugs a tale about an Evil Queen (Shreeky) who wanted a magic lamp so she could rule the whole world instead of just her kingdom. However, as her Captain of the Guard (Mr. Beastly) pointed out, the lamp was being guarded by a dragon and only the pure of heart can have it.
10th Feb '16 2:56:36 AM Eagal
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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] the "new" Thor have been able to wield it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.
** Notably, during the DC crossover ''ComicBook/JLAAvengers'', Wonder Woman can manage it ''but not Superman''. (Supes used the hammer, but only because Odin lifted the restriction due to the critical situation; afterwards Thor explains this, but also remarks that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming it's never been in worthier hands]].) It's been suggested that a certain warrior spirit is also required to wield it (Thor and Odin being ''Norse'' gods, after all), which Wonder Woman certainly has, at least in comparison to that boy scout FarmBoy.
*** Actually it's heavily implied that there are more conditions to lift (and wield) Mjolnir that just been pure of heart.

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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] the "new" Thor have been able to wield it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) copy) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.
** Notably, during the DC crossover ''ComicBook/JLAAvengers'', Wonder Woman can manage it ''but not Superman''. (Supes used the hammer, but only because Odin lifted the restriction due to the critical situation; afterwards Thor explains this, but also remarks that [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming it's never been in worthier hands]].) It's been suggested that a certain warrior spirit is also required to wield it (Thor and Odin being ''Norse'' gods, after all), which Wonder Woman certainly has, at least in comparison to that boy scout FarmBoy.
*** Actually it's heavily implied that there are more conditions to lift (and wield) Mjolnir that just been pure of heart.
9th Dec '15 7:45:05 PM GeminiStar
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* Crops up occasionally in ''Manga/SaintSeiya'', as in how the Gold Clothes of Athena's most powerful saints are said to have just enough sentience to tell whether their owner truly fights for justice or not. This eventually leads to [[spoiler:the Cancer cloth abandoning Deathmask mid-fight for being a murderous psychopath, though it of course waits until an appropriately dramatic moment to do so.]] However, even those who desire peace and justice can be lead astray, and the entire conflict of the Twelve Houses ordeal comes straight from the Goldies failing to recognize the evil in their current Pope until it's too late.
** On the flip side, every time a Holy War crops up, the person with the purest heart on Earth is ultimately destined to [[spoiler:become the human vessel of Hades, through which he intends to destroy the world. This happens even if said soul is already on the other side of the conflict.]]
21st Nov '15 12:24:24 PM nombretomado
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* [[RussianMythologyAndTales In Russian folklore]], only those who are pious and pure of heart will be able to see and enter the city of Kitezh [[UnderwaterCity which sits at the bottom of Lake Svetloyar]].

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* [[RussianMythologyAndTales [[Myth/RussianMythologyAndTales In Russian folklore]], only those who are pious and pure of heart will be able to see and enter the city of Kitezh [[UnderwaterCity which sits at the bottom of Lake Svetloyar]].
14th Nov '15 11:51:37 AM NEOIVAN100
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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] the "new" Thor, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.

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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] the "new" Thor, Thor have been able to wield it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.
14th Nov '15 11:45:03 AM NEOIVAN100
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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and an unnamed paramedic have been seen to manage it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.

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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and an unnamed paramedic have been seen to manage it, [[spoiler:Jane Foster]] the "new" Thor, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.


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***Actually it's heavily implied that there are more conditions to lift (and wield) Mjolnir that just been pure of heart.
5th Nov '15 8:53:51 AM nombretomado
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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and an unnamed paramedic have been seen to manage it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.

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* Only the purest and most devoted of warriors can even lift the hammer of [[TheMightyThor [[ComicBook/TheMightyThor Thor]] (as depicted in the MarvelUniverse, anyway), and fewer can actually use it. The list of people who can do this is very short (though Beta Ray Bill, Captain America and an unnamed paramedic have been seen to manage it, and Deadpool got his hands on [[http://img349.imageshack.us/img349/5168/deadpool37p11smaller3pn4go.jpg a pretty close copy]]) and Thor himself lost the ability during ''The Reigning'', when he veered into serious KnightTemplar territory. Beta Ray Bill temporarily lost the ability to wield his own hammer Stormbreaker which has the same enchantment after his quest for vengeance against Galactus for eating his homeworld ventured into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory.
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