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26th May '16 9:22:03 PM MurlocAggroB
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* ''VideoGame/HeroesOfMightAndMagic'' uses the Grail as side-objective (and sometimes the win condition of certain maps). It varies between games, but typically it works by consulting special structures that reveal puzzle pieces, eventually showing where the Grail is buried. Finding it allows the player to build an insanely powerful structure in the town they take it to.




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* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac features The Nail, an active item that transforms Isaac into a demon on use. Considering the tone and content of the game, it's strongly implied to be this.
** ''Afterbirth'' added a passive item called 8 Inch Nails, which may also relate.



* ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'' has a passive item called Blood of the Martyr, which visually looks like the Crown of Thorns.




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* In ''VideoGame/TheBindingOfIsaac'', The Necronomicon is an active item that deals massive damage to all enemies in your current room. It also has [[Franchise/EvilDead two missing pages]], one being a passive item and the other being a trinket, both with similar (but more conditional) room-clearing powers.
18th May '16 8:40:39 PM JeremySkunk
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* The ''Necrowombicon'' in ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo''.

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* The ''Necrowombicon'' in ''Webcomic/MegaTokyo''.''Webcomic/MegaTokyo'', which was a reference to an early Webcomic/PennyArcade strip.
18th May '16 8:16:15 PM JeremySkunk
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* In Webcomic/ItsWalky, Atlantis was an ancient Martian outpost, from which various people such as the Head Alien and [=SEMME=] steals technology.
13th May '16 7:02:42 AM Morgenthaler
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9th May '16 4:21:42 PM GuiRitter
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* In the {{doujinshi}} game VideoGame/AkatsukiBlitzkampf, rhe BigBad Murakumo is named after the Ame-No-Murakumo. Subverted in that he doesn't have the sword as his WeaponOfChoice.

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* In the {{doujinshi}} game VideoGame/AkatsukiBlitzkampf, rhe the BigBad Murakumo is named after the Ame-No-Murakumo. Subverted in that he doesn't have the sword as his WeaponOfChoice.
9th May '16 1:06:54 PM GuiRitter
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** they also allow someone from the Shinguji bloodline to banish the Kouma Demons at te cost of their life... which also plays into Oogami's decision to destroy them, as Sakura does consider their use - like her father Kazuma did in the first war.

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** they also allow someone from the Shinguji bloodline to banish the Kouma Demons at te the cost of their life... which also plays into Oogami's decision to destroy them, as Sakura does consider their use - like her father Kazuma did in the first war.
9th May '16 1:01:18 PM GuiRitter
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* ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' has Ena possessing the Ama no Murakamo, at least until she draws to heavily on its power and needs to be rescued from it as it awakens as a Rogue God. In the anime it is absorbed by [[spoiler:Metis]] but in the novels it is defeated by the appropriately named ''Kusanagi'' Godou and becomes the source of his second divine Authority (to absorb and redirect magical energy).

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* ''LightNovel/{{Campione}}'' has Ena possessing the Ama no Murakamo, at least until she draws to too heavily on its power and needs to be rescued from it as it awakens as a Rogue God. In the anime it is absorbed by [[spoiler:Metis]] but in the novels it is defeated by the appropriately named ''Kusanagi'' Godou and becomes the source of his second divine Authority (to absorb and redirect magical energy).
8th May '16 9:52:48 PM jormis29
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* In the ''ComicBook/New52'', Pandora's Box was a skull-shaped item that could only be opened by the person with the most evil heart. [[spoiler:It turned out to be a gate to Earth 3.]]

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* In the ''ComicBook/New52'', Pandora's Box was a skull-shaped item that could only be opened by the person with the most evil heart. [[spoiler:It turned out to be a gate to [[MirrorUniverse Earth 3.3]].]]
8th May '16 5:08:49 PM Blazer
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* In the ''ComicBook/New52'', Pandora's Box was a skull-shaped item that could only be opened by the person with the most evil heart. [[spoiler:It turned out to be a gate to Earth 3.]]
7th May '16 10:50:02 AM Blazer
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The Seven League Boots, from English lore. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin They're boots that let you walk seven leagues in a single step.]] Often used in video games as SprintShoes.

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The Seven League Boots, from English lore. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin They're boots that let you walk seven leagues in a single step.]] ]][[labelnote:Explanation]]For those who don't get it, back in the time where this was popular, "seven leagues" was the distance said that a man could walk in a day. As a league usually equals ~3 miles, being able to travel ~21 miles in a single step is an impressive [[{{Pun}} feat]].[[/labelnote]] Often used in video games as SprintShoes.
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