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14th May '17 1:51:05 PM DarkHunter
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** The Stargates won't transmit anything or shut down while an object is only partway through the event horizon, but can only maintain their wormhole for thirty eight minutes (and change), so when that limit is reached, the gate ''is'' shutting down, partial object or no.

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** The Stargates have safety systems built in and for this very reason won't transmit anything or shut down while an object is only partway through the event horizon, but can only maintain their wormhole for thirty eight minutes (and change), so when that limit is reached, the gate ''is'' shutting down, partial object or no.
8th May '17 2:42:52 PM intastiel
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* In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series, [[ThinkingUpPortals gateways]] cause Portal Cuts when they open and close. This is weaponized in the "Deathgate" weave, which sends fluctuating gateways zooming through the battlefield[[labelnote:*]]And, more importantly, killing any Shadowspawn that pass through the gates.[[/labelnote]] Meanwhile, one character particularly adept with Gateways [[MundaneUtility uses tiny ones as perfectly precise knives]] for leathercrafting.

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* In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series, [[ThinkingUpPortals gateways]] cause Portal Cuts when they open and close. This is weaponized in the "Deathgate" weave, which sends fluctuating gateways zooming through the battlefield[[labelnote:*]]And, more importantly, killing any Shadowspawn that pass through the gates.[[/labelnote]] [[/labelnote]]. Meanwhile, one character particularly adept with Gateways [[MundaneUtility uses tiny ones as perfectly precise knives]] for leathercrafting.
8th May '17 2:42:17 PM intastiel
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* In Bio-Booster Armor {{Guyver}}, the Zoalord Yentsui, who can cut holes in space and close them at will, uses this as his main offensive tactic.
** Arguably happens every time Sho and Agito bioboost, as the Guyver armor crossing dimensions brings up a 'blast field' destroying everything within a certain radius of them. Whether this counts as PortalCut or TeleFrag is under debate.

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* In ''[[Manga/{{Guyver}} Bio-Booster Armor {{Guyver}}, the Guyver]]:''
** The
Zoalord Yentsui, who can cut holes in space and close them at will, uses this as his main offensive tactic.
** Arguably Either this or TeleFrag happens every time Sho and Agito bioboost, as the Guyver armor crossing dimensions brings up a 'blast field' destroying everything within a certain radius of them. Whether this counts as PortalCut or TeleFrag is under debate.them.



* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Hatake Kakashi's [[DeadlyUpgrade Mangekyou]] [[MagicalEye Sharingan]] puts up a barrier the contents of which are sucked into another dimension, and will just do this to whatever isn't all the way in. It's not as neat as most examples though, as it's more like whatever is ripped off by force.
** However, nowadays he and [[spoiler: Obito show what Kamui is truly capable of: completely transporting either the user himself or another person to the other dimension, or transporting part of the user allowing them to 'phase through' whatever attack is thrown at them. Also, they can pull stuff out of the other dimension into the normal one, such as giant shuriken or even bijuu's! (Well, parts anyway)]] In other words, pretty neat!

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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'':
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Hatake Kakashi's [[DeadlyUpgrade Mangekyou]] [[MagicalEye Sharingan]] puts up a barrier the contents of which are sucked into another dimension, and will just do this to whatever isn't all the way in. It's not as neat as most examples though, as it's more like whatever is ripped off by force.
** However, nowadays he and [[spoiler: Obito show what Kamui is truly capable of: completely transporting either the user himself or another person to the other dimension, or transporting part of the user allowing them to 'phase through' whatever attack is thrown at them. Also, they can pull stuff out of the other dimension into the normal one, such as giant shuriken or even bijuu's! (Well, parts anyway)]] In other words, pretty neat!
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* Gluttony's ''mouth'' does this to Envy's upper torso (accidentally) and [[AnimatedArmor Alphonse's hand]] while attempting to "eat" Roy Mustang in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''. [[spoiler:Since the upper torso contained the philosopher's stone, it was the part that regenerated inside Gluttony's stomach]].
** This also happens to Frank Archer in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime version]], who just happens to be standing on the border of the philosopher's stone's transmutation circle when it activates. He has a large part of his body, including half of his face, become part of the stone and [[TwoFaced has it replaced with automail]].

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* In ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist'':
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Gluttony's ''mouth'' does this to Envy's upper torso (accidentally) and [[AnimatedArmor Alphonse's hand]] while attempting to "eat" Roy Mustang in ''Manga/FullmetalAlchemist''. Mustang. [[spoiler:Since the upper torso contained the philosopher's stone, it was the part that regenerated inside Gluttony's stomach]].
StomachOfHolding]].
** This also happens to Frank Archer in [[Anime/FullmetalAlchemist the 2003 anime version]], anime]], who just happens to be standing on the border of the philosopher's stone's transmutation circle when it activates. He has a large part of his body, including half of his face, become part of the stone and [[TwoFaced has it replaced with automail]].



* Vanilla Ice's stand Cream is capable of doing this in ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' -- and indeed does wind up doing this to [[spoiler:Avdol, leaving only his hands. He attempts this on Polnareff as well, managing to get his heels but ultimately failing to land the killshot. It pretty much kills Iggy in the 1993 OVA, though.]]

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* In ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'':
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Vanilla Ice's stand Cream is capable of doing this in ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' -- and indeed does wind up doing this to [[spoiler:Avdol, leaving only his hands. He attempts this on Polnareff as well, managing to get his heels but ultimately failing to land the killshot. It pretty much kills Iggy in the 1993 OVA, though.]]



* This is referred to as "splinching" in ''Literature/HarryPotter'', and it is caused by a lack of concentration on the entire object to be [[strike:teleported]] apparated (most often, oneself). Luckily, magic healing is easily available most of the time.
** However, a particularly bad splinch could cause you to bleed to death.

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* This is referred to as ''Literature/HarryPotter'' calls it "splinching" in ''Literature/HarryPotter'', when pieces get left behind during Apparation, and it is caused by a lack of concentration on the entire object to be [[strike:teleported]] apparated (most often, oneself). Luckily, oneself). Although magic healing is easily available most of the time.
** However,
time, a particularly bad splinch could cause you to bleed to death.



* In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series, gateways cause Portal Cuts when they open as well as when they close. This comes into play as a weapon in the "Deathgate" weave, in which gateways are sent zooming through the battlefield, rapidly opening and closing. It should be noted, however, that the chief purpose of Deathgates is not {{portal cut}}ting but rather just to send its targets [[PortalSlam to random locations]], as shadowspawn [[MagicAIsMagicA can't survive]] traveling through gateways.
** One character particularly adept with Gateways [[MundaneUtility uses tiny ones as very small knives]], to make perfectly clean cuts in his leatherworking.
* The Cross Time Engineer series employs {{Portal Cut}}s for many purposes, including [[CoolSword embedding a super-thin layer of diamond in the center of a sword to make the edge]].

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* In ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'' series, gateways [[ThinkingUpPortals gateways]] cause Portal Cuts when they open as well as when they and close. This comes into play as a weapon is weaponized in the "Deathgate" weave, in which sends fluctuating gateways are sent zooming through the battlefield, rapidly opening and closing. It should be noted, however, battlefield[[labelnote:*]]And, more importantly, killing any Shadowspawn that the chief purpose of Deathgates is not {{portal cut}}ting but rather just to send its targets [[PortalSlam to random locations]], as shadowspawn [[MagicAIsMagicA can't survive]] traveling pass through gateways.
** One
the gates.[[/labelnote]] Meanwhile, one character particularly adept with Gateways [[MundaneUtility uses tiny ones as very small knives]], to make perfectly clean cuts in his leatherworking.
precise knives]] for leathercrafting.
* The Cross ''Cross Time Engineer Engineer'' series employs {{Portal Cut}}s for many purposes, including [[CoolSword embedding a super-thin layer of diamond in the center of a sword to make the edge]].



* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's story "It's Such A Beautiful Day", a child's reluctance to use the teleport portal is attributed to fear that this might happen if the portal failed when he was half-way through. [[spoiler:The real reason is that, after being forced to walk to school when the portal was out of order, he prefers to go outside.]]
** This happened to a few nearby objects in ''Pebble in the Sky'' when Joseph Schwartz was suddenly transported into the far-future, as well.

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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's story stories:
** In
"It's Such A Beautiful Day", a child's reluctance to use the teleport portal is attributed to fear that this might happen if the portal failed when he was half-way through. [[spoiler:The The real reason is that, [[spoiler:that, after being forced to walk to school when the portal was out of order, he prefers to go outside.]]
** This happened happens to a few nearby objects in ''Pebble in the Sky'' when Joseph Schwartz was is suddenly transported into the far-future, as well.



* In AleksandrZarevin's ''Lonely Gods of the Universe'', the protagonist invents a device that allows him to open a portal to anywhere at any time. He uses it to go see his long-dead mentor and set off yet another in a series of [[StableTimeLoop Stable Time Loops]]. After spending several hours in the past, he starts climbing into the portal "window", only for the diesel-powered generator to fail, causing the portal to close and cut off the guy's legs. Luckily, his friend is nearby, and he survives the shock and massive blood loss. [[UnexplainedRecovery He gets better]], though. They also use a more reliable power source in the future.
** Strangely, his mentor never mentioned a bloodied pair of legs he must have found outside his place.

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* In AleksandrZarevin's Creator/AleksandrZarevin's ''Lonely Gods of the Universe'', the protagonist invents a device that allows him to open a portal to anywhere at any time. He uses it to go see his long-dead mentor and set off yet another in a series of [[StableTimeLoop Stable {{Stable Time Loops]].Loops}}. After spending several hours in the past, he starts climbing into the portal "window", only for the diesel-powered generator to fail, causing the portal to close and cut off the guy's legs. Luckily, his friend is nearby, and he survives the shock and massive blood loss. [[UnexplainedRecovery He gets better]], though. They also use a more reliable power source in the future.
** Strangely,
future. ([[WhatHappenedToTheMouse Strangely]], his mentor never mentioned a bloodied pair of legs he must have found outside his place.)



* One episode of ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' has spheres of matter being transported through time.

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* In ''Series/{{Eureka}}'':
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One episode of ''Series/{{Eureka}}'' has spheres of matter being transported through time.time, causing this effect.



* The eponymous Stargates in the Franchise/StargateVerse usually avert this. They won't transmit anything until the whole object is through the event horizon, and they won't shut down while anything is partially inserted. However, the gates can only maintain their wormhole for thirty eight minutes (and change), so when that limit is reached, the gate ''is'' shutting down, partial object or no.
** In an early episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', a person was partially decapitated after having their head held part-way through Earth's gate while it was deliberately shut down. It's worth noting that Earth's Stargate was jury-rigged with local computer hardware and software in place of a vital component, which probably voided the warranty on the safety systems.

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* Zig-zagged in the Franchise/StargateVerse:
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The eponymous Stargates in the Franchise/StargateVerse usually avert this. They won't transmit anything until the whole or shut down while an object is only partway through the event horizon, and they won't shut down while anything is partially inserted. However, the gates but can only maintain their wormhole for thirty eight minutes (and change), so when that limit is reached, the gate ''is'' shutting down, partial object or no.
** In an early episode of ''Series/StargateSG1'', a person was is partially decapitated after having their head held part-way through Earth's gate while it was it's deliberately shut down. It's worth noting that Earth's Stargate was jury-rigged with local computer hardware and software in place of a vital component, which probably voided the warranty on the safety systems.



* The season finale of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' has this in several instances as Mr. Jones tries to cut his way through to the parallel universe [[spoiler: where William Bell is hiding]]. First time he takes the rear axle off a truck that's passing through the gate; second time, he cuts a soccer player in half as the gate collapses. [[spoiler: He gets his comeuppance when Peter shuts down the portal as he's trying to pass through it]].

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* In ''Series/{{Fringe}}'':
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The season series finale of ''Series/{{Fringe}}'' has this in several instances as Mr. Jones tries to cut his way through to the parallel universe [[spoiler: where William Bell is hiding]]. First time he takes the rear axle off a truck that's passing through the gate; second time, he cuts a soccer player in half as the gate collapses. [[spoiler: He gets his comeuppance when Peter shuts down the portal as he's trying to pass through it]].



** In 4e the Warlock gets an ability that causes physical damage to an enemy while it teleports them, presumably via this method.

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** In 4e the Warlock gets an ability that causes physical damage to an enemy while it teleports them, presumably via this method.method or TeleFrag.



* Vortex grenades in ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' essentially create a wormhole into [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the warp]] which does this to anything it touches if they fail a fixed save to dodge. Armour and special equipment offers no protection, making them one of the most dangerous weapons in the game. Despite being extremely expensive one-shot weapons only available to very few characters, they have been removed in more recent editions.

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* In ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'':
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Vortex grenades in ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' essentially create a wormhole into [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the warp]] Warp]] which does this to anything it touches if they fail a fixed save to dodge. Armour and special equipment offers no protection, making them one of the most dangerous weapons in the game. Despite being extremely expensive one-shot weapons only available to very few characters, they have been removed in more recent editions.



** Also from ''Warhammer 40,000'' is the ork "Tellyport Blasta", which weaponizes this very concept by forming a small bubble to warpspace and then displacing it somewhere nearby to destroy vehicles and extremely tough characters with ease. Consequently it is a very high strength weapon with an excellent AP value that is quite short ranged.

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** Also from ''Warhammer 40,000'' is the The ork "Tellyport Blasta", which Blasta" weaponizes this very concept by forming a small bubble to warpspace and then displacing it somewhere nearby to destroy vehicles and extremely tough characters with ease. Consequently it is a very high strength weapon with an excellent AP value that is quite short ranged.



* Specifically [[AvertedTrope averted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}''. According to the [[WordOfGod developer commentary]], they wanted players to feel safe when standing in portals, so they made sure that if a portal ever closed while the player, or an object, was inside of it, said player or object would be pushed or teleported out of the portal unharmed.
** Actually, you CAN do this to yourself because of a glitch, it just requires a very specific situation: shortly after [[spoiler:[=GLaDOS=] tries to kill you in the incinerator]], there's a large block-shaped piece of equipment with a small gap you can only get under by crouching. Crawl under it, make a portal on the bottom, make a second somewhere else, stand up while below the first portal, and move the first portal somewhere else. However, it doesn't kill you, as the game engine is not capable of slicing the player, your legs are transported inside the wall (or floor), and you're stuck until you load a new save.
** This actually happens, on purpose, to objects attached to a surface you create a portal on, such as cameras ("vital testing apparatus destroyed") or steps on a bar ladder. Although game-engine wise it's more like the invisible glue that holds them on gets removed.

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* Specifically [[AvertedTrope averted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Portal}}''. According to the [[WordOfGod developer commentary]], they wanted players to feel safe when standing in portals, so they made sure that if a portal ever closed while the player, or an object, was inside of it, said player or object would be pushed or teleported out of the portal unharmed.
** Actually, you CAN do this to yourself because of
unharmed. The player can only harm themself with a glitch, it just requires closing portal by exploiting a very specific situation: shortly glitch[[labelnote:*]]Shortly after [[spoiler:[=GLaDOS=] tries to kill you in the incinerator]], there's a large block-shaped piece of equipment with a small gap you can only get under by crouching. Crawl under it, make a portal on the bottom, make a second somewhere else, stand up while below the first portal, and move the first portal somewhere else. However, it doesn't kill you, as the game engine is not capable of slicing the player, your legs are transported inside the wall (or floor), and you're stuck until you load a new save.
** This actually happens,
save.[[/labelnote]], although they can open portals on purpose, to objects surfaces with cameras or ladder steps attached to a surface you create a portal on, such as cameras ("vital testing apparatus destroyed") or steps on a bar ladder. Although game-engine wise it's more like the invisible glue that holds them on gets removed.sever them.



* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', Noob Saibot uses this as his second fatality ("As One"). He summons his shadow (Saibot) that drags his opponent through a portal then he closes it halfway, [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe causing the top of their body to be stuck above the portal]].

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* In ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'', the ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' games:
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Noob Saibot uses this in ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'' as his second fatality ("As One"). He summons his shadow (Saibot) that drags his opponent through a portal then he closes it halfway, [[HalfTheManHeUsedToBe causing the top of their body to be stuck above the portal]].



* This can happen in ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' when traveling through a Tear (a portal to an AlternateUniverse), which is how [[spoiler:Elizabeth lost her pinky finger]].

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* In ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'':
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This can happen in ''VideoGame/BioShockInfinite'' when traveling through a Tear (a portal to an AlternateUniverse), which is how [[spoiler:Elizabeth lost her pinky finger]].



* A RunningGag with the Picture Teleporter in the "Picture This!" episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. In their first demonstration of the device, Phineas and Ferb teleport an apple off of Buford's head, taking off a bit of his hair with it and giving him an impromptu buzzcut. When they teleport Ferb's skateboard back from their grandparents's place, they accidentally take their grandfather's feet with it. [[AmusingInjuries It's played for laughs, though,]] so there's no blood, and the boys immediately send the feet back... backwards.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'':
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A RunningGag with the Picture Teleporter in the episode "Picture This!" episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb''. In their first demonstration of the device, Phineas and Ferb teleport an apple off of Buford's head, taking off a bit of his hair with it and giving him an impromptu buzzcut. When they teleport Ferb's skateboard back from their grandparents's place, they accidentally take their grandfather's feet with it. [[AmusingInjuries It's played for laughs, though,]] so there's no blood, and the boys immediately send the feet back... backwards.
25th Apr '17 2:41:05 PM PhantomRider
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** In one strange but relatively harmless SG-1 example, a group of Jaffa are retreating through a Stargate in a panic, and the gate shuts down just as the last one runs through; the end of the [[BoomStick staff weapon]] he was carrying then clatters to the floor, having been severed by the portal as it disengaged. There was no reason for the gate to shut down so suddenly, it was a plot device to underscore just how much of a rush the Jaffa were in to get out of there; the equivalent of dropping something as you run out a door and then not even bothering to notice or pick it up.

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** In one strange but relatively harmless SG-1 example, a group of Jaffa are retreating through a Stargate in a panic, and the gate shuts down just as the last one runs through; the end of the [[BoomStick staff weapon]] he was carrying then clatters to the floor, having been severed by the portal as it disengaged. There was no reason for the gate to shut down so suddenly, suddenly - as discussed, safeguards exist to prevent just that - but it was a plot device to underscore underscored just how much of a rush the Jaffa were in to get out of there; the equivalent of dropping something as you run out a door and then not even bothering to notice or pick it up.up.
**Then there's the ring transporters. What's in the rings on one side is exchanged with what's in the rings on the other. The only time we see this used to cause bodily harm is in the original movie (trapped partially under the rings by O'Neill, Ra's {{Dragon}} gets relieved of his head) but there's one awesome scene where someone teleports from underwater. When the effect finishes, there's a nice cylindrical column of water surrounding the characters when they arrive at the destination teleporter, which immediately falls away once nothing's holding it together.
15th Mar '17 4:43:21 PM Doug86
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* Vortex grenades in ''Tabletopgame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' essentially create a wormhole into [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the warp]] which does this to anything it touches if they fail a fixed save to dodge. Armour and special equipment offers no protection, making them one of the most dangerous weapons in the game. Despite being extremely expensive one-shot weapons only available to very few characters, they have been removed in more recent editions.

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* Vortex grenades in ''Tabletopgame/{{Warhammer40000}}'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' essentially create a wormhole into [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the warp]] which does this to anything it touches if they fail a fixed save to dodge. Armour and special equipment offers no protection, making them one of the most dangerous weapons in the game. Despite being extremely expensive one-shot weapons only available to very few characters, they have been removed in more recent editions.



* Also from Warhammer40000 is the ork "Tellyport Blasta", which weaponizes this very concept by forming a small bubble to warpspace and then displacing it somewhere nearby to destroy vehicles and extremely tough characters with ease. Consequently it is a very high strength weapon with an excellent AP value that is quite short ranged.

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* ** Also from Warhammer40000 ''Warhammer 40,000'' is the ork "Tellyport Blasta", which weaponizes this very concept by forming a small bubble to warpspace and then displacing it somewhere nearby to destroy vehicles and extremely tough characters with ease. Consequently it is a very high strength weapon with an excellent AP value that is quite short ranged.
5th Mar '17 10:04:08 AM nombretomado
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* This is the power of the MarvelComics mutant Blink. She (well, an AlternateUniverse version of her) later refines this into actual full-body teleportation. The [=AU=] version is quite capable of slicing up what she teleports too, but the mainstream MarvelUniverse version could ''only'' do that because of her [[HowDoIShotWeb limited of control of her powers]].

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* This is the power of the MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics mutant Blink. She (well, an AlternateUniverse version of her) later refines this into actual full-body teleportation. The [=AU=] version is quite capable of slicing up what she teleports too, but the mainstream MarvelUniverse Franchise/MarvelUniverse version could ''only'' do that because of her [[HowDoIShotWeb limited of control of her powers]].
25th Jan '17 1:26:36 PM StFan
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* In JohnBirmingham's ''Literature/AxisOfTime'' trilogy, the [[TimeTravel Transition]] only takes a part of a British helicopter carrier to 1942. The rest remains in 2021. The ship's reactor promptly blows up. There are also cases of TeleFrag as the USS ''Leyte Gulf'' from 2021 gets "spliced" with USS ''Astoria'' from 1942.

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* In JohnBirmingham's Creator/JohnBirmingham's ''Literature/AxisOfTime'' trilogy, the [[TimeTravel Transition]] only takes a part of a British helicopter carrier to 1942. The rest remains in 2021. The ship's reactor promptly blows up. There are also cases of TeleFrag as the USS ''Leyte Gulf'' from 2021 gets "spliced" with USS ''Astoria'' from 1942.
22nd Jan '17 8:40:24 PM Willbyr
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* ''[[CorpseParty Corpse Party: Tortured Souls]]'', Happens to [[spoiler: Satoshi Mochida]] as the main characters escape the [[DarkWorld Heavenly Host Elementary School]]. The procedure requires them to have correct pieces of scrapped paper to invoke a teleportation chant. [[spoiler: The guy doesn't, and only his arms make it back to the real world as they have been locked by two friends who have the correct paper. His body is nowhere to be found.]]

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* ''[[CorpseParty ''[[VideoGame/CorpseParty Corpse Party: Tortured Souls]]'', Happens to [[spoiler: Satoshi Mochida]] as the main characters escape the [[DarkWorld Heavenly Host Elementary School]]. The procedure requires them to have correct pieces of scrapped paper to invoke a teleportation chant. [[spoiler: The guy doesn't, and only his arms make it back to the real world as they have been locked by two friends who have the correct paper. His body is nowhere to be found.]]
8th Jan '17 9:58:06 AM nombretomado
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* In an episode of ''JohnnyTest'', Bling Bling Boy's teleporter delivers him without one of his legs, causing him to fall over. This is only because that teleporter isn't quite perfected yet however; he explains to Johnny that the teleporter has done this before, and sure enough, the leg reappears a few seconds later.

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* In an episode of ''JohnnyTest'', ''WesternAnimation/JohnnyTest'', Bling Bling Boy's teleporter delivers him without one of his legs, causing him to fall over. This is only because that teleporter isn't quite perfected yet however; he explains to Johnny that the teleporter has done this before, and sure enough, the leg reappears a few seconds later.
22nd Dec '16 6:26:56 AM SubjectFive
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* Also from Warhammer40000 is the ork "Tellyport Blasta", which weaponizes this very concept by forming a small bubble to warpspace and then displacing it somewhere nearby to destroy vehicles and extremely tough characters with ease. Consequently it is a very high strength weapon with an excellent AP value that is quite short ranged.
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