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8th Apr '17 10:27:40 PM K
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* In ''[[Anime/YuYuHakusho]]'', when Yukina gives him a very valuable OrphansPlotTrinket, Hiei asks her how she kept the jewel dealer who imprisoned her in her debut from stealing it. She answers that she hid it in stomach, quickly reassuring him that she's cleaned it since then. Hiei concludes that someone is hiding his matching trinket the same way when he wonders why he can't find it with his Jagan eye, and it turns out Mukuro is.

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* In ''[[Anime/YuYuHakusho]]'', ''Anime/YuYuHakusho'', when Yukina gives him a very valuable OrphansPlotTrinket, Hiei asks her how she kept the jewel dealer who imprisoned her in her debut from stealing it. She answers that she hid it in stomach, quickly reassuring him that she's cleaned it since then. Hiei concludes that someone is hiding his matching trinket the same way when he wonders why he can't find it with his Jagan eye, and it turns out Mukuro is.
8th Apr '17 10:27:10 PM K
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* Apparently this is something youkai in ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''-[[TheVerse verse]] can do to hide things, even from scrying attempts, but it's never elaborated on.

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* Apparently this is something youkai In ''[[Anime/YuYuHakusho]]'', when Yukina gives him a very valuable OrphansPlotTrinket, Hiei asks her how she kept the jewel dealer who imprisoned her in ''Manga/YuYuHakusho''-[[TheVerse verse]] can do to hide things, even her debut from scrying attempts, but it's never elaborated on.stealing it. She answers that she hid it in stomach, quickly reassuring him that she's cleaned it since then. Hiei concludes that someone is hiding his matching trinket the same way when he wonders why he can't find it with his Jagan eye, and it turns out Mukuro is.
13th Mar '17 11:50:45 AM dudumesel
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* In ''VideoGame/ {{Heroes of the Storm}}'', one of the heroes, Stitches, can eat an enemy and regurgitate him after a few seconds, allowing his group to focus the target down. He actually does this through the huge maw he has in his belly.

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* In ''VideoGame/ {{Heroes ''VideoGame/{{Heroes of the Storm}}'', one of the heroes, Stitches, can eat an enemy and regurgitate him after a few seconds, allowing his group to focus the target down. He actually does this through the huge maw he has in his belly.
13th Mar '17 11:49:55 AM dudumesel
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* In ''VideoGame/ {{Heroes of the Storm}}'', one of the heroes, Stitches, can eat an enemy and regurgitate him after a few seconds, allowing his group to focus the target down. He actually does this through the huge maw he has in his belly.
3rd Mar '17 11:11:38 PM Rorosilky5
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* VideoGame/{{Kirby}} has this in ''Squeak Squad'', allowing him to store various powers or recovery items, among others.
** Other Kirby games have a lesser version of this trope; after sucking up an enemy, he can carry them around before spitting them out or swallowing them.

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* VideoGame/{{Kirby}} Franchise/{{Kirby}} has this in ''Squeak Squad'', ''[[VideoGame/KirbySqueakSquad Squeak Squad]]'', allowing him to store various powers or recovery items, among others.
** Other Kirby ''Kirby'' games have a lesser version of this trope; after sucking up an enemy, he can carry them around before spitting them out or swallowing them.
13th Jan '17 6:19:20 PM Elfkaiser
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* Benedict the [[BirdPeople hawk man]] from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' has a stomach of holding. Best shown in his "Regurgirocket" taunt wherein he regurgitates a rocket. He pretty much stores his rockets in his gut only to puke them back out later when he needs a reload, kinda like the manner of how real life birds would store food in their guts only to puke it all out later to feed their young. Supporting this is the fact that there's nothing in his attire to suggest anywhere else he could possibly carry his rocket reserves.

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* Benedict the [[BirdPeople hawk man]] from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' has a stomach of holding. Best shown in his "Regurgirocket" taunt wherein he regurgitates a rocket. He pretty much stores some of his rockets in his gut only to puke them back out later when he needs a reload, kinda like the manner of how real life birds would store food in their guts only to puke it all out later to feed their young. Supporting this is the fact that there's nothing in his attire to suggest anywhere else Other than this, he could possibly carry typically stores his rocket reserves.reserves in his attire's pockets as best shown by his reload animation.
27th Dec '16 7:48:56 AM MiddleEighth
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[[folder: Fan Works]]
*In ''Fanfic/TheKeysStandAlone: The Soft World'', Paul is unable to carry or wear anything that isn't unbreakable because [[PowerIncontinence he's so strong that he'll invariably break it]]. So, when he has to somehow carry a jump gem with him after he makes his getaway from the Flying Island of Tipaan (ItMakesSenseInContext), he plans to swallow it. He's quite aware that this might not work, though—who knows what goes on in his invulnerable stomach—and is prepared to hang out near the jump gate until retrieved by one of the others. However, since the original plan falls to pieces and he ends up crushing his jump gem in his hand, he never does find out whether this would work.
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19th Nov '16 5:10:42 AM Ayal92
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* ''[[Manga/MyHeroAcademia Tsuyu]]'' has this as part of her frog powers.
27th Oct '16 10:44:03 AM Elfkaiser
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* Benedict the [[BirdPeople hawk man]] from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn]]'' has a stomach of holding. Best shown in his "Regurgirocket" taunt wherein he regurgitates a rocket. He pretty much stores his rockets in his gut only to puke them back out later when he needs a reload, kinda like the manner of how real life birds would store food in their guts only to puke it all out later to feed their young. Supporting this is the fact that there's nothing in his attire to suggest anywhere else he could possibly carry his rocket reserves.

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* Benedict the [[BirdPeople hawk man]] from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn]]'' ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' has a stomach of holding. Best shown in his "Regurgirocket" taunt wherein he regurgitates a rocket. He pretty much stores his rockets in his gut only to puke them back out later when he needs a reload, kinda like the manner of how real life birds would store food in their guts only to puke it all out later to feed their young. Supporting this is the fact that there's nothing in his attire to suggest anywhere else he could possibly carry his rocket reserves.
27th Oct '16 10:35:10 AM Elfkaiser
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* Benedict the [[BirdPeople hawk man]] from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn]]'' has a stomach of holding. Best shown in his "Regurgirocket" taunt wherein he regurgitates a rocket. He pretty much stores his rockets in his gut only to puke them back out later when he needs a reload, kinda like the manner of how real life birds would store food in their guts only to puke it all out later to feed their young. Supporting this is the fact that there's nothing in his attire to suggest anywhere else he could possibly carry his rocket reserves.
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