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19th Feb '17 3:28:58 PM WillyFourEyes
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known as ''Hoshi no Kaabii'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The [[Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa anime]] mentions at one point that Kirby's powers comes from stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the [[FinalBoss Final Bosses]] have an association with stars as well, most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]] and [[KirbySuperStar Galactic Nova]].

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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known as ''Hoshi no Kaabii'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The [[Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa anime]] mentions at one point that Kirby's powers comes from stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the [[FinalBoss Final Bosses]] have an association with stars as well, most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]] and [[KirbySuperStar [[VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Galactic Nova]].



* VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends has 2 champions with different variants of this trope (3 if you count Leona, who uses ThePowerOfTheSun). [[WhiteMagicianGirl Soraka, The Starchild]] is a celestial being that possesses heavenly powers, including an offensive ability called Starcall.

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* VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' has 2 two champions with different variants of this trope (3 (three if you count Leona, who uses ThePowerOfTheSun). [[WhiteMagicianGirl Soraka, The Starchild]] is a celestial being that possesses heavenly powers, including an offensive ability called Starcall.
14th Feb '17 10:20:07 AM DragonRanger
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* The Series/UchuuSentaiKyuranger'' draw their power from constellations.
11th Feb '17 5:17:20 AM Reign
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* In ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'', the Toa Inika were transformed via a bolt of energy from the Red Star. "Inika" means "energies of a star" in their language.

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* In ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'', the Toa Inika were transformed via a bolt of energy from the Red Star. "Inika" means "energies of a star" in their language. However, in practice all this means is that ShockAndAwe is added to their usual elemental abilities.
8th Feb '17 5:15:16 AM Kenji115
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* ''VideoGame/{{EarthBound}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{MOTHER 3}}'' have PK Starstorm, a powerful [[PsychicPowers PSI technique]] that manifests itself as falling stars which [[LimitBreak deal massive damage.]]
3rd Feb '17 1:10:07 PM Rorosilky5
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known as ''Hoshi no Kaabii'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The [[Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa anime]] mentions at one point that Kirby's powers comes from stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the [[FinalBoss Final Bosses]] have an association with stars as well, most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]], and [[KirbySuperStar Galactic Nova]].

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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known as ''Hoshi no Kaabii'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The [[Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa anime]] mentions at one point that Kirby's powers comes from stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the [[FinalBoss Final Bosses]] have an association with stars as well, most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]], Nightmare]] and [[KirbySuperStar Galactic Nova]].
3rd Feb '17 1:10:02 PM Rorosilky5
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known ''Hoshi no Kirby'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The anime mentions at one point that Kirby's powers come from the stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the FinalBosses have an association with stars as well, the most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]], and [[KirbySuperStar NOVA]].

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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series has always been known as ''Hoshi no Kirby'' Kaabii'' (Kirby of the Stars) in Japan. The anime [[Anime/KirbyRightBackAtYa anime]] mentions at one point that Kirby's powers come comes from the stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, stars show up as a motif in many of his weapons and items (Warp Star, Star Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some of the FinalBosses [[FinalBoss Final Bosses]] have an association with stars as well, the most prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare]], and [[KirbySuperStar NOVA]].Galactic Nova]].
5th Dec '16 8:03:36 PM Galacton
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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series Japanese name is ''Hoshi no Kirby'' (Kirby of the Stars), and it shows. In addition to spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, he rides a star shaped vehicle called the Warp Star, and many of his stronger weapons are star themed; most notably the [[InfinityPlusOneSword Star Rod]], a rod which shoots stars. Some enemies can shoot stars as well, the most prominent example being [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare Wizard]].

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* The ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series Japanese name is has always been known ''Hoshi no Kirby'' (Kirby of the Stars), and it shows. Stars) in Japan. The anime mentions at one point that Kirby's powers come from the stars. In addition to his basic ability of spitting out stars after inhaling enemies and projectiles, he rides stars show up as a star shaped vehicle called the Warp Star, and motif in many of his stronger weapons are star themed; most notably the [[InfinityPlusOneSword and items (Warp Star, Star Rod]], a rod which shoots stars. Rod, Triple Star) and in the [[SymbolMotifClothing design]] for his [[SwissArmyHero Copy Ability]] hats. Some enemies can shoot of the FinalBosses have an association with stars as well, the most prominent example being prominently [[VideoGame/KirbysAdventure Nightmare Wizard]].Nightmare]], and [[KirbySuperStar NOVA]].
15th Nov '16 9:30:09 AM CashSloth
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool. It's item description refers to it as an "exploding star", and it packs the power to back up that claim.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool. It's item description refers to it as an "exploding star", creating a small exploding star, and it packs the power to back up that claim.
15th Nov '16 9:28:37 AM CashSloth
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool, which fires an exploding star in a shotgun-like manner all around the player character.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool, which fires tool. It's item description refers to it as an exploding star in a shotgun-like manner all around "exploding star", and it packs the player character.
power to back up that claim.
15th Nov '16 4:45:00 AM CashSloth
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* ''VideoGame/Bloodborne'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool, which fires an exploding star in a shotgun-like manner all around the player character.

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* ''VideoGame/Bloodborne'' ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' has the A Call Beyond hunter tool, which fires an exploding star in a shotgun-like manner all around the player character.
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