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7th Jul '17 7:52:46 AM Korodzik
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* ''[[VideoGame/ShadowOfTheWoolBall Rise of the Wool Ball]]'': In addition to the ordinary pink-hatted mushrooms which [[SpringJump allow you to jump up to higher places]], there are completely pink mushrooms found indoors, which launch you upwards all right... right into the ceiling, taking away a big chunk of your health.
5th Jul '17 8:29:19 PM jameygamer
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} 64'' and ''Bomberman 64: The Second Attack!'' have "Bomb-Down," "Sandal," and "Fire-Down" items, which lower the amount of bombs you can place, your speed, and the blast radius of your bombs. These also occur throughout the multiplayer modes of most ''Bomberman'' games. ''Bomberman 64'' also featured an "Evil" item, which activated a stage-wide effect potentially affecting all players. Some effects include a tornado, maxing out everyone's bomb count and explosion size, shuffling the positions of all players, and an "evil disco light" that [[InterfaceScrew saturated the screen with bright colours]], making it hard to see the action.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} 64'' ''VideoGame/Bomberman64'' and ''Bomberman 64: The Second Attack!'' ''VideoGame/Bomberman64TheSecondAttack!'' have "Bomb-Down," "Sandal," and "Fire-Down" items, which lower the amount of bombs you can place, your speed, and the blast radius of your bombs. These also occur throughout the multiplayer modes of most ''Bomberman'' games. ''Bomberman 64'' also featured an "Evil" item, which activated a stage-wide effect potentially affecting all players. Some effects include a tornado, maxing out everyone's bomb count and explosion size, shuffling the positions of all players, and an "evil disco light" that [[InterfaceScrew saturated the screen with bright colours]], making it hard to see the action.
2nd Jul '17 7:26:30 AM gophergiggles
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* In the world of computing, we have [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Honeypot_(computing) The Honeypot]]. It consists of a block of data, files, or even an entire server in a computing system that is unused, isolated, and monitored, and designed to look valuable. The idea is should someone gain unauthorized access they'll go for the Honeypot, and since nobody else uses the Honeypot anyone accessing it will immediately [[TableTopGames/YuGiOh trigger the owner's trap card]] and get caught.
26th Jun '17 7:21:02 PM MarqFJA
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Not to be confused with a very large mushroom that [[UsefulNotes/NuclearWeapons is even more deadly]]. Or with actual fungi that are poisonous, such as destroying angels.

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Not to be confused with a very large mushroom that [[UsefulNotes/NuclearWeapons is even more deadly]]. Or with actual fungi that are poisonous, such as [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Destroying_angel destroying angels.
angels]].
22nd Jun '17 6:43:03 AM Piterpicher
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* ''RiseOfTheKasai'' features an inversion of this trope. [[DarkActionGirl Tati]] can find literal poison mushroom pick ups and use them as weapons by planting them on the ground as mine traps for her enemies to step on, causing them to explode into a cloud of poison gas. It is played a bit straight though, as these mushrooms can prove lethal to the player and their AI partner, being the only player controlled weapon that can do so.

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* ''RiseOfTheKasai'' ''VideoGame/RiseOfTheKasai'' features an inversion of this trope. [[DarkActionGirl Tati]] can find literal poison mushroom pick ups and use them as weapons by planting them on the ground as mine traps for her enemies to step on, causing them to explode into a cloud of poison gas. It is played a bit straight though, as these mushrooms can prove lethal to the player and their AI partner, being the only player controlled weapon that can do so.
20th Jun '17 11:33:22 AM Quanyails
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* ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarisaLand'' has the blue mushroom, which turns Marisa into a Yukkuri. In this form, she can very easily spin out of control, and whatever form she was in before is lost. Similarly, there's the UFO Suit, which is slow and reverts back to small Marisa after a short time. While these powerups have their uses, they more often than not exist to make life difficult for the player.
** The World 7 boss, [[spoiler: Nue Houjuu]], throws powerups at the player. The only problem is, you fight her in mid-air in UFO form, and all other forms will make Marisa plummet to her death. [[spoiler: It is entirely possible to catch a [[InvincibilityPowerUp Super Mushroom]] and fall into the boss, killing her in one hit. Good luck actually pulling it off, though...]]



* ''VideoGame/NewSuperMarisaLand'' has the blue mushroom, which turns Marisa into a Yukkuri. In this form, she can very easily spin out of control, and whatever form she was in before is lost. Similarly, there's the UFO Suit, which is slow and reverts back to small Marisa after a short time. While these powerups have their uses, they more often than not exist to make life difficult for the player.
** The World 7 boss, [[spoiler: Nue Houjuu]], throws powerups at the player. The only problem is, you fight her in mid-air in UFO form, and all other forms will make Marisa plummet to her death. [[spoiler: It is entirely possible to catch a [[InvincibilityPowerUp Super Mushroom]] and fall into the boss, killing her in one hit. Good luck actually pulling it off, though...]]
29th May '17 8:49:27 AM ChilledXSocks
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** The recently introduced Invention skill revolves around augmenting weaponry and armour and giving it special, randomly determined perks. While many are beneficial, some of them are harmful, with effects such as dramatically lowered damage against certain creatures or the inability to use protection prayers, among others.
10th May '17 8:04:52 AM Darkmoonfire
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* If you pick up one of these in ''Ferazel's Wand'', it's pretty much your own fault, given that they're black with a skull. They're an instant kill, and are typically buried in soft ground (visibly) as an obstacle to digging.

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* If you pick up one of these in ''Ferazel's Wand'', ''VideoGame/FerazelsWand'', it's pretty much your own fault, given that they're black with a skull. They're an instant kill, and are typically buried in soft ground (visibly) as an obstacle to digging.
29th Apr '17 10:32:38 AM GoblinCipher
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* An old ''Series/TheAddamsFamily'' game, ''Fester's Quest'' for the NES, had red power downs for your gun and whip, as well as the blue powerups.



* An old ''Series/TheAddamsFamily'' game, ''Fester's Quest'' for the NES, had red power downs for your gun and whip, as well as the blue powerups.
17th Apr '17 10:41:31 AM Juste_Morai
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-> ''"This will either make us really super, or really sick."''
-->-- '''Pac-Man and Mrs. Pac-Man''', ''[[WesternAnimation/PacMan Pac-Man: The Animated Series]]''

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-> ''"This will ''"We'll either make us really super, be real strong, or really real sick."''
-->-- '''Pac-Man and Mrs. Pac-Man''', Pac-Man before trying the super power pellets''', ''[[WesternAnimation/PacMan Pac-Man: The Animated Series]]''
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