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29th Aug '17 9:52:20 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** This is mostly because the show operates with ''very'' prominent CartoonPhysics, Ed just happens to be the one who uses them the most (with the implication that he can do these things so easily because [[AchievementsInIgnorance he doesn't understand he can't]]) and is also one of the people most involved in the physical side of the show's comedy.

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** This is mostly because the show operates with ''very'' prominent CartoonPhysics, Ed just happens to be the one who uses them the most (with the implication that he can do these things so easily because [[AchievementsInIgnorance he doesn't understand he can't]]) isn't supposed to be able to]]) and is also one of the people most involved in the physical side of the show's comedy.
29th Aug '17 9:50:50 AM Miracle@StOlaf
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** This is mostly because the show operates with ''very'' prominent CartoonPhysics, Ed just happens to be the one who uses them the most and is also one of the people most involved in the physical side of the show's comedy.

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** This is mostly because the show operates with ''very'' prominent CartoonPhysics, Ed just happens to be the one who uses them the most (with the implication that he can do these things so easily because [[AchievementsInIgnorance he doesn't understand he can't]]) and is also one of the people most involved in the physical side of the show's comedy.
27th Aug '17 2:17:39 AM XadhoomXado
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* In ''Anime/{{Digimon}}'', many high-level Digimon and other powerful beings have the power to defy Physics and even change the world around them. Many can fly effortlessly, without any jets, wings or other means of propulsion or lift, and some of the highest level beings are able to create warp gates or portals between dimensions. Megidramon and OmnimonX both have the power to rewrite or annihilate the entire Digital World, while Apocalymon can sacrifice himself to completely annihilate both the Digital and Real Worlds ''without even being in them''. Zeed-Millenniummon is the most extreme example, possessing the ability to completely rewrite time and space throughout infinite realities if it gets free of its bindings.
12th Aug '17 4:54:22 PM HelloLamppost
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** Dungeon Master himself seemed to be this to an extent. He clearly had limits (since Warduke actually captures him once), both some inherent and some self-imposed, but it wasn't entirely clear what they were. When he gave Eric his powers for one adventure, Eric had a lot of trouble learning to control them, but also seemed to gain some valuable insight from the experience (which is presumably why DM did it). Dm also warned him that his actions could have unforeseen consequences: conjuring water in one place could create a drought elsewhere.

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** Dungeon Master himself seemed to be this to an extent. He clearly had limits (since Warduke actually captures him once), both some inherent and some self-imposed, but it wasn't entirely clear what they were. When he gave Eric his powers for one adventure, Eric had a lot of trouble learning to control them, but also seemed to gain some valuable insight from the experience (which is presumably why DM did it). Dm DM also warned him that his actions could have unforeseen consequences: consequences; for instance, conjuring water in one place could create a drought elsewhere.
12th Aug '17 4:53:36 PM HelloLamppost
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** Dungeon Master himself seemed to be this to an extent. He clearly had limits (since Warduke actually captures him once), both some inherent and some self-imposed, but it wasn't entirely clear what they were. When he gave Eric his powers for one adventure, Eric had a lot of trouble learning to control them, but also seemed to gain some valuable insight from the experience (which is presumably why DM did it). Dm also warned him that his actions could have unforeseen consequences: conjuring water in one place could create a drought elsewhere.
8th Aug '17 8:20:04 PM M84
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** Terumi counts as one too [[spoiler:since he '''is''' one of the Sankishin, the Susanoo. When he reclaims his body at the end of the series, the true power of the Susanoo is unleashed.]]
4th Aug '17 7:00:56 AM BeerBaron
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', a mage at the College of Winterhold attempts to recreate the even that caused the Dwemer to disappear. He recovers one of the original tools used to tap into the aforementioned Heart of Lorkhan and sets you on a FetchQuest to find something that can simulate (if a little incompletely) the Heart itself. [[spoiler:It leads to him being incompletely wiped from reality. But hey, you get him as a nifty, [[AndIMustScream permanently wailing and hurting]] summon!]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', a mage at the College of Winterhold attempts to recreate the even event that caused the Dwemer to disappear. He recovers one of the original tools used to tap into the aforementioned Heart of Lorkhan and sets you on a FetchQuest to find something that can simulate (if a little incompletely) the Heart itself. [[spoiler:It leads to him being incompletely wiped from reality. But hey, you get him as a nifty, [[AndIMustScream permanently wailing and hurting]] summon!]]
29th Jul '17 6:21:20 AM XadhoomXado
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*** To elaborate one has to have a view of the world so radically different from reality that it can overwhelm Gaia's Reality Marble. As such, it's use is almost exclusively restricted to inhuman beings such as demons and Dead Apostles, and even then it's a rare and powerful ability. Heroic Spirits, being removed from the world and from time, can also develop them. For a [[VisualNovel/FateStayNight human]] to create one would require them to be completely and utterly distorted.
26th Jul '17 7:02:16 PM Axelmania
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* WesternAnimation/Wallykazam: Wally Trollman can do pretty much anything with the magic stick so long as he finds a word with the appropriate sound or letternannounced at start.

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* WesternAnimation/Wallykazam: WesternAnimation/{{Wallykazam}}: Wally Trollman can do pretty much anything with the magic stick so long as he finds a word with the appropriate sound or letternannounced letter announced at start.start. Seen less often, Battle the Witch's broom-based "sweepa sweepa sweepa" spells also appear to have such power.
26th Jul '17 6:50:35 PM Axelmania
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*WesternAnimation/Wallykazam: Wally Trollman can do pretty much anything with the magic stick so long as he finds a word with the appropriate sound or letternannounced at start.
*WesternAnimation/WanderingWenda: similar to Wally above, her "Wordplay will save the day" can change anything into anything so long as her letter of the day can alter the old spelling into the desired solution. This applies to verbs as well as nouns.
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