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7th Apr '16 11:54:20 PM Kollega
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Be very careful, dear reader, when confronting these characters in offices, libraries, bookstores, newspaper stands, banknote mints, [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman or paper mills]].

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Be very careful, dear reader, when confronting these characters in offices, libraries, bookstores, newspaper stands, banknote mints, [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman or paper mills]].
mills]]. And heavens help you if one such opponent is also a BadassBureaucrat.
29th Mar '16 8:21:25 PM Ryulong
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** Later in ''[=JoJolion=]'' we're introduced to Tamaki Damo. His Stand Vitamin C makes people malleable like putty. [[spoiler:He uses folded up banknotes to horrifically maim people he's made into puddles of human-shaped goo, such as severing limbs or piercing into internal organs.]]
29th Mar '16 8:18:19 PM Ryulong
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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 8 ''[=Jojolion=]'' has recently revealed that [[spoiler:Tsurugi Higashikata]] has a Stand that uses origami in the delivery of its power [[spoiler:to completely steal his victim's ability to discern different faces, giving everyone, even mannequins the same distorted face, and words, turning all signage and labeling into whatever they originally were planning to look for]]. [[spoiler:He]] also seems to be able to control the origami creations to an extent, sending them off flying at other people, and can turn non-paper objects into origami creations, if only temporarily.

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* ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Part 8 ''[=Jojolion=]'' ''[=JoJolion=]'' has recently revealed that [[spoiler:Tsurugi Higashikata]] has a Tsurugi Higashikata whose Stand that uses Paper Moon King gives them power over origami in creations. It imbues Tsurugi's origami with their "real world" counterparts abilities: a fortune teller reads minds and tells the delivery of its future, a frog hops, a cicada flies, a car drives around, bananas make someone slip and fall. Paper Moon King even allows Tsurugi to turn things like cellphones into origami creations. However, the Stand's true power [[spoiler:to completely [[spoiler:is to steal his victim's the target's ability to discern different faces, giving everyone, even mannequins recognize people and objects for what they really are, particularly if they're looking for someone or something in particular. Tsurugi has used the Stand to make two people see every other person as having the same distorted face, make all signs and words, turning labels say the same name, make a pile of leaves all signage and labeling into whatever they originally were planning to look for]]. [[spoiler:He]] also seems to be able to control the like origami creations to an extent, sending them off flying at other people, frogs, and can turn non-paper objects into origami creations, if only temporarily.make every city bus look like his own father to a man chasing him down.]]
15th Feb '16 4:02:40 AM sampacm
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* Minagi Tohno from ''VideoGame/EternalFighterZero'' fights with rice tickets, whether by throwing them like shurikens, or striking directly; referencing how she likes carrying dozens of rice tickets with her in ''VisualNovel/{{AIR}}''
11th Jan '16 7:41:04 PM jormis29
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* ''Franchise/OnePiece e - Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands'' has a villain who ate a Logia-type Devil Fruit that granted him power over paper and fabric.

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* ''Franchise/OnePiece e - Big Secret Treasure of the Seven Phantom Islands'' has a villain who ate a Logia-type Devil Fruit that granted him power over paper and fabric.
11th Jan '16 7:40:43 PM jormis29
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* ''{{Runescape}}'' has Lexicus Runewright, who summons magical books that attack with all three types of combat, and summons books that explode for incredibly heavy damage (enough to oneshot people under 500HP).
* In ''{{Exalted}}'', the Dreaming Pearl Courtesan Style has a technique that allows you to turn [[PaperFanOfDoom paper fans]] into sharp and deadly weapons.

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* ''{{Runescape}}'' has Lexicus Runewright, who summons magical books that attack with all three types of combat, and summons books that explode for incredibly heavy damage (enough to oneshot people under 500HP).
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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', the Dreaming Pearl Courtesan Style has a technique that allows you to turn [[PaperFanOfDoom paper fans]] into sharp and deadly weapons.



* In ''{{RuneScape}}'', [[BadassBookworm Lexicus Runewright]] shoots magical pages out of his SpellBook to attack players.

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* In ''{{RuneScape}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Runescape}}'' has [[BadassBookworm Lexicus Runewright]] shoots Runewright]], who summons magical books that attack with all three types of combat, shoot magical pages out of his SpellBook to attack players.players, and summons books that explode for incredibly heavy damage (enough to oneshot people under 500HP).



* ''Franchise/OnePiece'' had a video game where the villain ate a Logia-type Devil Fruit that granted him power over paper and fabric.

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* ''Franchise/OnePiece'' had a video game where ''Franchise/OnePiece e - Big Secret Treasure of the villain Seven Phantom Islands'' has a villain who ate a Logia-type Devil Fruit that granted him power over paper and fabric.
11th Jan '16 2:37:22 PM GunMetal
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Be very careful, dear reader, when confronting these characters in offices, libraries, bookstores, newspaper printers, banknote mints, [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman or paper mills]].

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Be very careful, dear reader, when confronting these characters in offices, libraries, bookstores, newspaper printers, stands, banknote mints, [[ThisLooksLikeAJobForAquaman or paper mills]].
10th Jan '16 12:45:11 PM GunMetal
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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet aircraft, and a thrown card by one often spells death.

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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet aircraft, and a paper card thrown card by one often spells death.
10th Jan '16 12:38:24 PM GunMetal
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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet aircraft, and a thrown card from one often spells death.

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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet aircraft, and a thrown card from by one often spells death.
10th Jan '16 12:35:20 PM GunMetal
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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet plane, and a thrown playing card from them spells death.

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There are actually a fair number of characters in fiction that use paper in battle very effectively. These characters have near-ElementalPowers to control or even transform into paper, and usually can create a vast number of weapons only limited by their imagination and paper folding skills. Often when this happens, the paper itself seems to take on the qualities of said weapon (i.e. a paper spear piercing someone like a spear made of steel, instead of crumpling up). These characters are often weak to [[KillItWithWater water]] and [[KillItWithFire fire]] (or anything that will soak or burn their paper), but not always, especially when the writer wants to show just how powerful they are. A piece of paper in the hands of a paper master can block bullets fired almost point blank without a scratch, a dome made out of their paper can protect one from a falling jet plane, aircraft, and a thrown playing card from them one often spells death.
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