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25th Jun '16 10:35:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ActionMan'': Professor Gangrene from the 2000 series can poison people by touching them. Grinder discovers this the hard way in Gangrene's debut episode (fortunately, he gets better thanks to Action Man stealing the antidote), and in a later episode Gangrene taunts Action Man to hit him with his bare hand, but Action Man is GenreSavvy enough not to do so.

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* ''ActionMan'': ''WesternAnimation/ActionMan'': Professor Gangrene from the 2000 series can poison people by touching them. Grinder discovers this the hard way in Gangrene's debut episode (fortunately, he gets better thanks to Action Man stealing the antidote), and in a later episode Gangrene taunts Action Man to hit him with his bare hand, but Action Man is GenreSavvy enough not to do so.
21st Jun '16 8:58:50 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* Chemo in TheDCU.

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* Chemo in TheDCU.TheDCU is a giant abomination who is ''made'' of poisonous chemicals, literally.


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* A heroic example is Leezle Pon of the ComicBook/GreenLanternCorps, who is a super-evolved and sentient smallpox virus. Due to the deadly disease he can cause, he can't attend many GLC meetings or gatherings, but he played a pivotal role in defeating Despotellis, a [[EvilCounterpart similar, evil virus.]]
12th Jun '16 2:17:54 AM WillBGood
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-->'''Rappacini:''' What mean you, foolish girl? [[BlessedWithSuck Dost thou deem it misery to be endowed with marvellous gifts]], against which no power nor strength could avail an enemy? Misery, to be able to quell the mightiest with a breath? Misery, to be as terrible as thou art beautiful? Wouldst thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?

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-->'''Rappacini:''' -->'''[[KnightTemplarParent Rappacini:]]''' What mean you, foolish girl? [[BlessedWithSuck Dost thou deem it misery to be endowed with marvellous gifts]], against which no power nor strength could avail an enemy? Misery, to be able to quell the mightiest with a breath? Misery, to be as terrible as thou art beautiful? Wouldst thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?
12th Jun '16 2:15:46 AM WillBGood
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* The TropeCodifier: "Rappacini's Daughter", an 1844 short story by Creator/NathanielHawthorne. The title girl has been given a poisonous touch and breath by her [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Father]] in a misguided effort to protect her from the evils of the world:

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* The TropeCodifier: "Rappacini's Daughter", an 1844 short story by Creator/NathanielHawthorne. The title girl has been given a poisonous touch and breath by her [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Father]] OverprotectiveDad in a misguided effort to protect her from the evils of the world:
12th Jun '16 2:10:01 AM WillBGood
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* The TropeCodifier: "Rappacini's Daughter", an 1844 short story by Creator/NathanielHawthorne. The title girl has been made this way by her [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Father]] in a misguided effort to protect her from the evils of the world (or, in another interpretation, to preserve her virgin purity at all costs):
-->'''Rappacini:''' What mean you, foolish girl? Dost thou deem it misery to be endowed with marvellous gifts, against which no power nor strength could avail an enemy? Misery, to be able to quell the mightiest with a breath? Misery, to be as terrible as thou art beautiful? Wouldst thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?

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* The TropeCodifier: "Rappacini's Daughter", an 1844 short story by Creator/NathanielHawthorne. The title girl has been made this way given a poisonous touch and breath by her [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Father]] in a misguided effort to protect her from the evils of the world (or, in another interpretation, to preserve her virgin purity at all costs):
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-->'''Rappacini:''' What mean you, foolish girl? [[BlessedWithSuck Dost thou deem it misery to be endowed with marvellous gifts, gifts]], against which no power nor strength could avail an enemy? Misery, to be able to quell the mightiest with a breath? Misery, to be as terrible as thou art beautiful? Wouldst thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?
12th Jun '16 2:08:35 AM WillBGood
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* The TropeCodifier: "Rappacini's Daughter", an 1844 short story by Creator/NathanielHawthorne. The title girl has been made this way by her [[KnightTemplarParent Knight Templar Father]] in a misguided effort to protect her from the evils of the world (or, in another interpretation, to preserve her virgin purity at all costs):
-->'''Rappacini:''' What mean you, foolish girl? Dost thou deem it misery to be endowed with marvellous gifts, against which no power nor strength could avail an enemy? Misery, to be able to quell the mightiest with a breath? Misery, to be as terrible as thou art beautiful? Wouldst thou, then, have preferred the condition of a weak woman, exposed to all evil, and capable of none?
2nd Jun '16 3:26:47 PM HiddenWindshield
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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the monster from "Snowblind", which generates such deadly amounts of radiation that none of the Titans but Starfire (who's species isn't effected much by radiation) can touch it.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'':
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monster from "Snowblind", which the episode "Snowblind" generates such deadly amounts of radiation that none of the Titans but Starfire (who's species isn't effected affected much by radiation) can touch it.
2nd Jun '16 3:18:35 PM HiddenWindshield
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* "[[http://www.shsu.edu/~eng_wpf/authors/Hawthorne/Rappaccini.htm Rappacini's Daughter]]"
11th May '16 11:58:05 AM Orbiting
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** From the same episode, [[BadPowersGoodPeople Red Star]] has this a major, as he gives off dangerous amounts of radiation thanks to powers [[PowerIncontinence that he can't control]]. For this reason he isolates himself from the rest of society, refusing to get too close to other people out of fear of hurting them.

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** From the same episode, [[BadPowersGoodPeople Red Star]] has this a major, as major problem: he gives off dangerous amounts of radiation thanks to powers [[PowerIncontinence that he can't control]]. For this reason he isolates himself from the rest of society, refusing to get too close to other people out of fear of hurting them.
11th May '16 11:57:25 AM Orbiting
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-->'''Blight:''' ''You want to talk about poison?! I'' AM ''POISON!''

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-->'''Blight:''' ''You You want to talk about poison?! I'' AM ''POISON!''''POISON!


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* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' has the monster from "Snowblind", which generates such deadly amounts of radiation that none of the Titans but Starfire (who's species isn't effected much by radiation) can touch it.
** From the same episode, [[BadPowersGoodPeople Red Star]] has this a major, as he gives off dangerous amounts of radiation thanks to powers [[PowerIncontinence that he can't control]]. For this reason he isolates himself from the rest of society, refusing to get too close to other people out of fear of hurting them.
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