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6th May '16 6:09:52 PM nombretomado
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* In Flash-based MMO ''[[GaiaOnline zOMG!]]'', all of your powers come from special Rings. These Rings are the only things that can harm [[EverythingTryingToKillYou The Animated]]. They can be powered up by powerful emotions, can only be leveled in a special room, and can be made more powerful by [[SocializationBonus spending time with other people]]. ''ALL OF THIS BECOMES PLOT RELEVANT''.

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* In Flash-based MMO ''[[GaiaOnline ''[[Website/GaiaOnline zOMG!]]'', all of your powers come from special Rings. These Rings are the only things that can harm [[EverythingTryingToKillYou The Animated]]. They can be powered up by powerful emotions, can only be leveled in a special room, and can be made more powerful by [[SocializationBonus spending time with other people]]. ''ALL OF THIS BECOMES PLOT RELEVANT''.
19th Mar '16 6:37:05 AM Hossmeister
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4th Feb '16 6:19:57 PM Vitruvius
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* In ''VideoGame/ResidentEvil'', specifically in Chris's campaign, Chris can find a flamethrower. This can be used to burn things...for a few minutes, before it must be placed into a locking mechanism to open a door.
13th Dec '15 6:57:57 PM Tdarcos
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* The Red, Yellow, and Blue keys in ''Videogame/{{Doom}}'', that you have to find to get past some locked doors (when you play in deathmatch mode, however, you automatically get all the keys at the start).
6th Dec '15 3:04:47 PM Nohbody
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* ''Franchise/BioShock''
** The plasmids in ''Franchise/BioShock'' that serve as the game's "spells" are also the major reason the city of Rapture was transformed into a nightmarish hellhole in the first place - overuse of them, even the non-combat ones, slowly turned the population insane.

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* ''Franchise/BioShock''
''VideoGame/BioShock''
** The plasmids in ''Franchise/BioShock'' ''VideoGame/{{BioShock|1}}'' that serve as the game's "spells" are also the major reason the city of Rapture was transformed into a nightmarish hellhole in the first place - overuse of them, even the non-combat ones, slowly turned the population insane.
14th Sep '15 11:16:47 AM Sark0TAG
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* The mysterious black and white cubes found in ''VideoGame/CubeEscape'' become more and more important throughout the series. [[spoiler: By the time the game ''The Mill'' comes around, it's revealed that these cubes are formed from memories harvested by dead bodies with still-functioning brains. White cubes contain good memories, but black ones form from trauma, which also have the side-effect of reanimating the dead person as a black Corrupted soul. The cubes were harvested to "feed" to the eponymous Rusty Lake.]]

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* The mysterious black and white cubes found in ''VideoGame/CubeEscape'' become more and more important throughout the series. [[spoiler: By the time the game ''The Mill'' comes around, it's revealed that these cubes are formed from memories harvested by from dead bodies with still-functioning brains. White cubes contain good memories, but black ones form from trauma, which also have the side-effect of reanimating the dead person as a black Corrupted soul. The cubes were harvested to "feed" to the eponymous Rusty Lake.]]
14th Sep '15 11:16:23 AM Sark0TAG
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* The mysterious black and white cubes found in ''VideoGame/CubeEscape'' become more and more important throughout the series. [[spoiler: By the time the game ''The Mill'' comes around, it's revealed that these cubes are formed from memories harvested by dead bodies with still-functioning brains. White cubes contain good memories, but black ones form from trauma, which also have the side-effect of reanimating the dead person as a black Corrupted soul. The cubes were harvested to "feed" to the eponymous Rusty Lake.]]
9th Sep '15 6:03:45 PM Trogdor
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** The Gym Badges have three uses. They actually gave a slight stat boost (don't ask us how) to your {{mons}} in the first three generations, they act as "licenses" for [=HM=] field moves (though in some games, like [[PokemonBlackAndWhite those of the fifth generation]], this isn't the case), and they force obedience from all {mons} below a certain level, which may otherwise disobey you.

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** The Gym Badges have three uses. They actually gave a slight stat boost (don't ask us how) to your {{mons}} in the first three generations, they act as "licenses" for [=HM=] field moves (though in some games, like [[PokemonBlackAndWhite those of the fifth generation]], this isn't the case), and they force obedience from all {mons} below a certain level, which may otherwise will disobey you.you if they are traded.
6th Sep '15 7:47:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''NeverwinterNights 2'' gives us the shards of the Sword of Gith, each of which gives you a different bonus while you possess them and get reforged into a really powerful sword, as well as opening the gate to the Fuge Plane, by the time Mask of the Betrayer rolls around.

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* ''NeverwinterNights 2'' ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' gives us the shards of the Sword of Gith, each of which gives you a different bonus while you possess them and get reforged into a really powerful sword, as well as opening the gate to the Fuge Plane, by the time Mask of the Betrayer rolls around.
18th Aug '15 2:04:08 PM DracoKanji
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** The Gym Badges have three uses. They actually gave a slight stat boost (don't ask us how) to your {{mons}}, they act as "licenses" for [=HM=] field moves (though in some games, like [[PokemonBlackAndWhite those of the fifth generation]], this isn't the case), and they force obedience from all {mons} below a certain level, which may otherwise disobey you.

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** The Gym Badges have three uses. They actually gave a slight stat boost (don't ask us how) to your {{mons}}, {{mons}} in the first three generations, they act as "licenses" for [=HM=] field moves (though in some games, like [[PokemonBlackAndWhite those of the fifth generation]], this isn't the case), and they force obedience from all {mons} below a certain level, which may otherwise disobey you.
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