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13th Feb '18 2:34:44 AM Cryoclaste
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** ''WarcraftExpandedUniverse'' has a character class named "Steam Warrior", which specializes in operating similar suits of SteamPunk or Magitek armor.

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** ''WarcraftExpandedUniverse'' ''Franchise/WarcraftExpandedUniverse'' has a character class named "Steam Warrior", which specializes in operating similar suits of SteamPunk or Magitek armor.
26th Jan '18 6:03:38 PM nombretomado
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* Iron Man, War Machine, Iron Clad, Iron Cross, Captain Marvel and many others use these in MarvelsRPG.

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* Iron Man, War Machine, Iron Clad, Iron Cross, Captain Marvel and many others use these in MarvelsRPG.''Roleplay/MarvelsRPG''.
14th Jan '18 2:16:10 PM nombretomado
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* Nick Klein inherited his grandfather's Powered Armor and his superhero identity, The Rocket, in Jim Zoetewey's ''LegionOfNothing''.

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* Nick Klein inherited his grandfather's Powered Armor and his superhero identity, The Rocket, in Jim Zoetewey's ''LegionOfNothing''.''Literature/LegionOfNothing''.
6th Jan '18 3:32:18 AM lillolillo
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* S.T.R.I.P.E.

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* S.In ''ComicBook/StarsAndSTRIPE'', Pat Dugan -S.T.R.I.P.E.- wears a white armor suit.


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* In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', both Lena and her brother Lex wear green-and-purple power suits.
15th Dec '17 12:36:41 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** The [[SeriesMascot iconic]] [[SuperSoldier Space Marines]] are famous for their distinct suits of armor with [[ShouldersOfDoom huge pauldrons]] and [[RageHelm scowling helmets]], often festooned with [[WarriorMonk purity seals]] [[BlingOfWar and other signs of devotion]]. They can also field Terminator Armor, heavier suits with built-in teleporters that are commonly equipped with {{Power Fist}}s and are capable of firing an [[GatlingGood Assault Cannon]] one-handed. Said suits are cumbersome, slow, but so incredibly durable that a Space Wolf hero in Terminator Armor famously survived having a [[AMechByAnyOtherName titan]] step on the building he was inside, bloody and battered but still raring to fight.

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** The [[SeriesMascot iconic]] [[SuperSoldier Space Marines]] are famous for their distinct suits of armor with [[ShouldersOfDoom huge pauldrons]] and [[RageHelm scowling helmets]], often festooned with [[WarriorMonk purity seals]] [[BlingOfWar and other signs of devotion]]. They can also field Terminator Armor, heavier suits with built-in teleporters that are commonly equipped with {{Power Fist}}s and are capable of firing an [[GatlingGood Assault Cannon]] one-handed. Said suits are cumbersome, slow, but so incredibly durable that a Space Wolf hero in Terminator Armor famously survived having a [[AMechByAnyOtherName titan]] step on the building he was inside, bloody and battered but still raring to fight. There are also a few recursive examples like the Centurion armor which is even bulkier than terminator armor and worn over normal power armor and the Exosquad-style Dreadknight which has an armored marine operating it from a harness in the front (creating an unfortunate resemblance to a baby carrier).



** Spyrers are ordinary humans from the the heights of TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'s Hive Primus who use Powered Armor to achieve ClothesMakeTheSuperMan. It's hinted that their ancient, possibly alien suits are actually TheSymbiote, as they literally grow stronger and more powerful as the wearer gets more used to them. These are unusual artefacts belonging to noble families rather than standard military gear, however.

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** Spyrers are ordinary humans from the the heights of TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'s Hive Primus who use Powered Armor to achieve ClothesMakeTheSuperMan. It's hinted that their ancient, possibly alien (the names are all [[MeaningfulName useful descriptions of their function]] in Tau]] suits are actually TheSymbiote, as they literally grow stronger and more powerful as the wearer gets more used to them. These are unusual artefacts belonging to noble families rather than standard military gear, however.
13th Dec '17 8:38:01 PM ShiningStardust
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* The ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' 3rd job Mechanic can get a set of powered armor.

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* The ''VideoGame/RagnarokOnline'' 3rd job Mechanic can get a set of powered armor.armor, that is necessary for some of the Mechanic's skills.
7th Dec '17 6:12:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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*** To put it in clear perspective, [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/scarab.jpg here]] are a couple Scarabs accompanying a ''seven foot tall Brute general''. They are about ''four or five times his height''.
6th Dec '17 9:29:29 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** Following ''ComicBook/SecretWars2015'', Doom actually winds up genuinely going straight (to the bafflement of just about everyone in the Marvel Universe), abdicating his rule of Latveria and (among other things) slowly winding up Tony Stark. After Stark is critically injured, he takes up the Iron Man mantle as the 'Infamous Iron Man', with a sleek silver-grey copy of Tony's latest armour with green eye-lights and his signature dark green cloak.
4th Dec '17 9:37:12 PM DarkPhoenix94
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** HYDRA invent a remote controlled version based on the Destroyer. It's flight capable, extremely powerful and capable of shapeshifting weapons - however, what makes it dangerous is the fact that it's being controlled by major league badass Baron Zemo and that its first set of opponents are kids in (mostly) their first life or death fight who have just been (temporarily bootstrapped to god-like levels of power and are only scratching the surface of their capabilities - as [[Creator/NimbusLlewelyn the author]] remarks, they ''should'' have ripped it apart in a matter of minutes and more skilled and experienced combatants do just that (plus, they're hinted to lose a little something once they go into mass production and under mass mental control.)

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** HYDRA invent a remote controlled version based on the Destroyer. It's flight capable, extremely powerful and capable of shapeshifting weapons - however, what makes it dangerous is the fact that it's being controlled by major league badass Baron Zemo and that its first set of opponents are kids in (mostly) their first life or death fight who have just been (temporarily temporarily bootstrapped to god-like levels of power and are only scratching the surface of their capabilities - as [[Creator/NimbusLlewelyn the author]] remarks, they ''should'' have ripped it apart in a matter of minutes and more skilled and experienced combatants do just that (plus, they're hinted to lose a little something once they go into mass production and under mass mental control.))
** In the finale, Tony reveals that he's been building a counter: the Prometheus suit which, even incomplete, is powerful enough that its conventional weaponry is described as merely 'punctuation'.
4th Dec '17 12:11:31 PM Shmeeblor
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* ''[[Literature/TheZombieKnight The Zombie Knight Saga]]'' has this in the character of [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking Abbas Saqqaf]], oldest and strongest of the Sandlords of Sair. Its currently known capabilities include [[SuperSpeed breaking the sound barrier under its own power]], [[DroneDeployer deploying small drones with submachine guns]], and [[Antimatter the ability to create antimatter]].

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* ''[[Literature/TheZombieKnight The Zombie Knight Saga]]'' has this in the character of [[AuthorityEqualsAsskicking Abbas Saqqaf]], oldest and strongest of the Sandlords of Sair. Its currently known capabilities include [[SuperSpeed breaking the sound barrier under its own power]], [[DroneDeployer deploying small drones with submachine guns]], and [[Antimatter [[{{Antimatter}} the ability to create antimatter]].
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