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21st Jan '16 2:29:30 AM kazokuhouou
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* Male mages in most ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' games wear this, although the robe is more like a tunic, and they usually take off the hat upon promotion to Sage.
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* Male mages in most ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' games wear this, although the robe is more like a tunic, and they usually take off the hat upon promotion to Sage. In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening'' Miriel and Laurent both start out looking like this, and actually keep the hat no matter which class they change to.
20th Jan '16 6:20:37 PM Adept
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* The uniform in ''MagicalDiary'', although only the teachers get hats, and the capes are slightly different for males and females.
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* The uniform in ''MagicalDiary'', ''VisualNovel/MagicalDiary'', although only the teachers get hats, and the capes are slightly different for males and females.
3rd Jan '16 12:14:09 AM jameygamer
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** This appearance of Mickey is also one of the primary logos of [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]. Sorcerer Mickey functioned as the mascot of Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo with images of him placed on the first five years worth of VHS tapes and the clamshells they came in (the tape programs opened with a "Neon Mickey" logo to start.) He began appearing in the 1986 version of the Walt Disney Home Video logo and then the second form of the ''Walt Disney Classics'' logo from 1988 until that line's retirement in 1994 (the Home Video logo was put on third string a year later, but still popped up every once in a while until 2006.) Sorcerer Mickey also is the mascot of Walt Disney Imagineering.
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** This appearance of Mickey is also one of the primary logos of [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]. Sorcerer Mickey functioned as the mascot of Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo with images of him placed on the first five years worth of VHS tapes and the clamshells they came in (the tape programs opened with a "Neon Mickey" logo to start.) He began appearing in the 1986 version of the Walt Disney Home Video logo and then the second form of the ''Walt Disney Classics'' logo from 1988 until that line's retirement in 1994 1994; that line included ''Fantasia'' as a release. (the Home Video logo was put on third string a year later, but still popped up every once in a while until 2006.) Sorcerer Mickey also is the mascot of Walt Disney Imagineering.
3rd Jan '16 12:13:08 AM jameygamer
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** This appearance of Mickey is also one of the primary logos of [[Creator/{{Disney}} The Walt Disney Company]]. Sorcerer Mickey functioned as the mascot of Creator/WaltDisneyHomeVideo with images of him placed on the first five years worth of VHS tapes and the clamshells they came in (the tape programs opened with a "Neon Mickey" logo to start.) He began appearing in the 1986 version of the Walt Disney Home Video logo and then the second form of the ''Walt Disney Classics'' logo from 1988 until that line's retirement in 1994 (the Home Video logo was put on third string a year later, but still popped up every once in a while until 2006.) Sorcerer Mickey also is the mascot of Walt Disney Imagineering.
22nd Dec '15 3:20:34 PM GrammarNavi
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** Also, there is the [[{{KillerRabbit}} extremely cute-but deadly]] Majik Lapin in [[{VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance KH3D]], complete with it's own top and cape. Not only just a powerful magician rabbit, it can also cast spells with each of it's '''ears'''!
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** Also, there is the [[{{KillerRabbit}} extremely cute-but deadly]] Majik Lapin in [[{VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance [[VideoGame/KingdomHearts3DDreamDropDistance KH3D]], complete with it's own top and cape. Not only just a powerful magician rabbit, it can also cast spells with each of it's '''ears'''!
19th Dec '15 8:20:00 PM nombretomado
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* Both averted and played straight in the same video, [[ShinyObjectsVideos "Magiconomy"]].
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* Both averted and played straight in the same video, [[ShinyObjectsVideos [[WebVideo/ShinyObjectsVideos "Magiconomy"]].
15th Dec '15 9:57:25 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the ''[[Literature/{{Magic20}} Magic 2.0]]'' series, wizards in Medieval England wear these partly due to expectations and party due to it being a requirement for the [[RealityWarper Shell]] to recognize them as a user, thus allowing them to execute macros/spells with gestures and/or words. There are even specific requirements for the measurements. Another requirement is a MagicStaff or a MagicWand. In the third novel, it's revealed that some of these restrictions have been removed.
3rd Dec '15 10:03:47 AM LentilSandEater
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* Many of the higher clergy in the Catholic Church, most notably the Pope. [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a3/Leo_XIII.jpg You can't tell me this doesn't get "Flowing Robe and Pointy Hat" points.]] Their original purpose was to be identified in a crowd easily. Now they are to symbolize their office rather than to cast [[BoltOfDivineRetribution level 1,000,000 lightning]], but still. (Of course, it's debatable whether or not His Holiness ''can'' call down epic-level lightning...)
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* Many of the higher clergy in the Catholic Church, most notably the Pope. [[http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/a3/Leo_XIII.jpg You can't tell me us this doesn't get "Flowing Robe and Pointy Hat" points.]] Their original purpose was to be identified in a crowd easily. Now they are to symbolize their office rather than to cast [[BoltOfDivineRetribution level 1,000,000 lightning]], but still. (Of course, it's debatable whether or not His Holiness ''can'' call down epic-level lightning...)lightning]].

* [[PlagueDoctor During times of plague in the medieval era, doctors "treating" plague victims really, seriously did wear big robes and hats]], presumably to keep skin-to-skin contact to a minimum. They also wore creepy-looking masks with pointy faces stuffed with aromatics to cut down on the smell; many had little glass lenses to see out of. They even used staffs to point at people and direct them, since their voices were muffled. The combined effect was like something out of ''Franchise/SilentHill'' -- especially when they were surrounded by all the rotting corpses. ** Except that traditional PlagueDoctor's hat, while large and broad-brimmed, usually wasn't pointed. Mostly it was a flat and flappy hat that was a kind of a badge of profession for the medieval medics, and which looked rougly like a top hat that someone has sat on.
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* [[PlagueDoctor During times of plague in the medieval era, doctors "treating" plague victims really, seriously did wear big robes and hats]], presumably to keep skin-to-skin contact to a minimum. They also wore creepy-looking masks with pointy faces stuffed with aromatics to cut down on the smell; many had little glass lenses to see out of. They even used staffs to point at people and direct them, since their voices were muffled. The combined effect was like something out of ''Franchise/SilentHill'' -- especially when they were surrounded by all the rotting corpses. ** Except that traditional PlagueDoctor's hat, corpses. The only real difference in attire were the hats, while large and broad-brimmed, usually wasn't pointed. Mostly it was a flat and flappy hat that was a kind of a badge of profession for the medieval medics, and which looked rougly like a top hat that someone has sat on.
3rd Dec '15 10:01:17 AM LentilSandEater
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** Twilight Sparkle wears a similar ensemble as a [[HalloweenEpisode Nightmare Night]] costume complete with a fake beard.[[note]]The iconic apparel of [[AwesomeMcCoolname Starswirl the Bearded]], an academic predecessor of hers who is essentially the Merlin of the FiM world. [[/note]]
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** Twilight Sparkle wears a similar ensemble as a [[HalloweenEpisode Nightmare Night]] costume complete with a fake beard.[[note]]The iconic apparel of [[AwesomeMcCoolname Starswirl the Bearded]], an academic predecessor of hers who is essentially the Merlin of the FiM [=FiM=] world. [[/note]]
3rd Dec '15 10:00:33 AM LentilSandEater
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* The Great and Powerful Trixie in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' wears this getup while putting on her magic show. ** Twilight Sparkle wears a similar ensemble as a [[HalloweenEpisode Nightmare Night]] costume complete with a fake beard.[[note]]The iconic apparel of [[AwesomeMcCoolname Starswirl the Bearded]], an academic predecessor of hers who is essentially the Isaac Newton of pony magic (insofar as that comparison works on any level at all). [[/note]]
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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'': ** The Great and Powerful Trixie in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' wears this getup while putting on her magic show. ** Twilight Sparkle wears a similar ensemble as a [[HalloweenEpisode Nightmare Night]] costume complete with a fake beard.[[note]]The iconic apparel of [[AwesomeMcCoolname Starswirl the Bearded]], an academic predecessor of hers who is essentially the Isaac Newton Merlin of pony magic (insofar as that comparison works on any level at all).the FiM world. [[/note]]
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