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12th Jan '18 6:26:29 PM nombretomado
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* '''[[JustifiedTrope Justified]]''': The trope has a reason InUniverse to be present. [[note]]TropesAreTools. Almost all tropes are justified in some way. If you put a JustifyingEdit after every trope that you see you'll be on TV Tropes for the rest of your life and annoy people, too. Justifications are only worth noting if the trope in question is not normally Justified, or if it's a Justification other than the normal one.[[/note]]

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* '''[[JustifiedTrope Justified]]''': The trope has a reason InUniverse to be present. [[note]]TropesAreTools. Almost all tropes are justified in some way. If you put a JustifyingEdit Administrivia/JustifyingEdit after every trope that you see you'll be on TV Tropes for the rest of your life and annoy people, too. Justifications are only worth noting if the trope in question is not normally Justified, or if it's a Justification other than the normal one.[[/note]]
6th Dec '17 12:39:00 PM ThomasRoderick
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** The sword's blade is actually made from an energy beam.

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** The sword's blade is actually made from an [[{{Laser Blade}} energy beam.
beam]].
13th Aug '17 3:58:36 PM MasterofGalaxies4628
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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list. Go [[LaconicList/PlayingWithATrope here]] for a list of shorter descriptions.

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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular the Literal folder in PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list. Go [[LaconicList/PlayingWithATrope here]] for a list of shorter descriptions.
22nd Apr '17 12:27:39 PM Zowayix
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** The hero's glowing sword occasionally starts to flicker and go out, and he has to [[PercussiveMaintenance smack it a few times]] to get it working again.

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** The hero's hero or heroine's glowing sword occasionally starts to flicker and go out, and he or she has to [[PercussiveMaintenance smack it a few times]] to get it working again.



** [[MundaneMadeAwesome The hero activates the power in his sword]], but the glow is very faint.

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** [[MundaneMadeAwesome The hero or heroine activates the power in his or her sword]], but the glow is very faint.



** The heroine looks for the brightest weapon she can find, seeing how brightness is power.

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** The heroine hero looks for the brightest weapon she they can find, seeing how brightness is power.
18th Apr '17 4:39:28 PM maximsk
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** Vision damage is a risk that the heroes must take to defeat evil. Or perhaps it grants them DisabilityImmunity against a visual BrownNote.

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** Vision damage is a risk that the heroes must take to defeat evil. Or perhaps it grants them DisabilityImmunity against a visual BrownNote.The most powerful characters wear CoolShades when their weapons are out.
21st Mar '17 11:14:13 PM ginsengaddict
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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list. Go [[PlayingWithATrope/LaconicList here]] for a list of shorter descriptions.

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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list. Go [[PlayingWithATrope/LaconicList [[LaconicList/PlayingWithATrope here]] for a list of shorter descriptions.
18th Mar '17 10:16:36 PM ginsengaddict
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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list.

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See our PlayingWithWiki, an entire subwiki dedicated to doing this to every trope in TheCatalogue, and in particular PlayingWith.TropeName, which is a [[LaconicWiki reasonably concise]] version of this list. Go [[PlayingWithATrope/LaconicList here]] for a list of shorter descriptions.
24th Dec '16 8:43:28 AM Specialist290
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** All the butlers in the city go on a killing spree, and nobody suspects a thing.

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** All the butlers in the city go on a killing spree, and nobody suspects a thing. Or, the butler is revealed to be a serial killer.
28th Nov '16 11:08:14 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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** Vision damage is a risk that the heroes must take to defeat the UltimateEvil.

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** Vision damage is a risk that the heroes must take to defeat the UltimateEvil.evil. Or perhaps it grants them DisabilityImmunity against a visual BrownNote.
30th Oct '16 3:54:22 PM BURGINABC
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** The most powerful characters are all blind due to the brightness of their weapons.

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** The most powerful characters are all gradually suffer retinal damage and eventually go blind due to the brightness of their weapons.
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