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22nd Feb '18 8:38:18 AM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/MasterOfTheMonsterLair'': The two human characters increase their stats by eating, with different meals raising different stats.
14th Feb '18 1:14:59 PM ThunderingRook
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* ''VideoGame/{{World Of Tanks}}: Nation-specific food items are available as consumables on a per-match basis, granting increased statistics to the player for one match.

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* ''VideoGame/{{World Of Tanks}}: Nation-specific food items are available as consumables on a per-match basis, granting increased statistics to boosting the player player's stats for one match.
14th Feb '18 1:13:20 PM ThunderingRook
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* ''VideoGame/{{World Of Tanks}}: Nation-specific food items are available as consumables on a per-match basis, granting increased statistics to the player for one match.
2nd Feb '18 9:01:55 AM CaptainCrawdad
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Differs from SuperSerum in that the PowerUpFood does not seem rare, unusual, or hard to produce. As a general rule of thumb, a PowerUpFood should not look out of place if it appears at a grocery store.

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Differs from SuperSerum and [[HealingPotion various]] [[ManaPotion types]] of magical potions in that the PowerUpFood does not seem rare, unusual, or hard to produce. As a general rule of thumb, a PowerUpFood Power Up Food should not look out of place if it appears at a grocery store.
2nd Feb '18 8:59:05 AM CaptainCrawdad
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A very popular PowerUp item in VideoGames. Many times, the PowerUpFood is also the TrademarkFavoriteFood for the character, for obvious reasons.

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A very popular PowerUp item in VideoGames. Many times, the PowerUpFood Power Up Food is also the TrademarkFavoriteFood for the character, for obvious reasons.
2nd Feb '18 8:58:31 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* Though she didn't see them as being beneficial, the shrinking potion and growth-inducing cake from ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' would qualify.
** In modern revisions of the story, such as the Creator/TimBurton movie or the giantess comic "Evil Alice in Wonderland", Alice uses this to her advantage.
** Similarly, the mushroom that makes Alice grow or shrink, depending on which side is eaten.

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* Though she didn't see them as being beneficial, the shrinking potion and growth-inducing cake from ''Literature/AliceInWonderland'' would qualify.
** In modern revisions of the story, such as the Creator/TimBurton movie or the giantess comic "Evil Alice in Wonderland", Alice uses this to
can change her advantage.
** Similarly, the
size, from growing giant to shrinking down, by eating various foods in Wonderland. There's a shrinking potion and growth-inducing cake as well as a mushroom that makes Alice grow or shrink, can bestow either depending on which side is eaten.she bites from.


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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' has a spell called Hero's Feast, which grants temporary benefits to all who partake in the feast.
2nd Feb '18 8:54:43 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* Two plants boost a [[Literature/HonorHarrington treecat's]] mental powers: the fruit of the native plant they call purple thorn, and Terran celery. And celery is both more abundant (once humans settle Sphinx) and more powerful than purple thorn.

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* ''Literature/HonorHarrington'': Two plants boost a [[Literature/HonorHarrington treecat's]] treecat's mental powers: the fruit of the native plant they call purple thorn, and Terran celery. And celery is both more abundant (once humans settle Sphinx) and more powerful than purple thorn.
1st Feb '18 7:09:05 PM nombretomado
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* Food cooked out of combat in ''MuramasaTheDemonBlade'' tends to have some sort of beneficial effect, but it varies from dish to dish - food effects include strength and vitality increases as well as bonuses to EXP and money drops. They all [[HyperactiveMetabolism restore health]] and bestow Spirit, a resource needed to forge blades, though. Well, either that or you get to save it for later.

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* Food cooked out of combat in ''MuramasaTheDemonBlade'' ''VideoGame/MuramasaTheDemonBlade'' tends to have some sort of beneficial effect, but it varies from dish to dish - food effects include strength and vitality increases as well as bonuses to EXP and money drops. They all [[HyperactiveMetabolism restore health]] and bestow Spirit, a resource needed to forge blades, though. Well, either that or you get to save it for later.
21st Dec '17 9:20:35 PM Kadorhal
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** [[ShortRangeLongRangeWeapon Makoto]] is able to use a meat bun during her Final Memory to recover some health, useful to turn the tables on critic moments.

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** [[ShortRangeLongRangeWeapon Makoto]] is able to use a meat bun during her Final Memory to recover some health, useful to turn the tables on critic at critical moments.



* [[Franchise/{{Fallout}} Fallout 3, New Vegas and 4]] have health regeneration on almost all food items, with rare or [[ItemCrafting home-cooked]] meals healing more and buffing stats.

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* [[Franchise/{{Fallout}} Fallout 3, New Vegas and 4]] In the ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'' series, almost all food items have minor health regeneration on almost all food items, in ''VideoGame/Fallout3'', ''[[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas New Vegas]]'' and ''[[VideoGame/Fallout4 4]]'', with rare or [[ItemCrafting home-cooked]] meals healing more and buffing stats.stats.
* ''VideoGame/{{Postal}} 2: Paradise Lost'' adds "Habib's Power Station" soda, which when consumed allows the Postal Dude to go GunsAkimbo for a minute or so.
23rd Nov '17 9:53:59 AM mickey96
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* In ''[[VideoGame/ShawsNightmare Shaw's Nightmare]]'', there are various foods like maize, bread and meat that restore your health.
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