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4th May '18 5:43:18 AM LondonKdS
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* Acutely (and deliberately) averted when Franchise/TheDCU's Barbara Gordon became Oracle, actually preferring "normality" to show she does not want special attention. Creator/GailSimone even explicitly forbid things like hidden missile launchers when taking suggestions for a new chair. The fanciest thing she's had are holders for her eskrima sticks.

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* Acutely (and deliberately) averted when Franchise/TheDCU's Barbara Gordon became Oracle, actually preferring "normality" to show she does not want special attention. Creator/GailSimone even explicitly forbid things forbade anything like hidden missile launchers when taking suggestions for a new chair. The fanciest thing she's had are holders for her eskrima sticks.
25th Apr '18 6:15:46 PM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/GenocideMan'', the wheelchair-bound [[SuperSoldier Genocide Agent]] Lola Lamb has her chair tricked out with a high-power, target-seeking machine gun in order to [[spoiler:kill her fellow Genocide Man, Kevin Kid, when he gets too DrunkWithPower to be useful]].
11th Mar '18 2:11:57 PM nombretomado
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In real life, being a wheelchair user can range from inconvenient to extremely limiting. However, in fiction, this need not be the case! Thanks to TropeCo[[TradeSnark ]] you can be the proud owner of one state of the art super chair! Features include

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In real life, being a wheelchair user can range from inconvenient to extremely limiting. However, in fiction, this need not be the case! Thanks to TropeCo[[TradeSnark TropeCo/TropeCo[[TradeSnark ]] you can be the proud owner of one state of the art super chair! Features include
11th Mar '18 1:13:17 AM jormis29
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* ''Mr. No-Legs'': The titular HandicappedBadass Mafia enforcer moves around in a wheelchair that can concealed Ninja stars on the wheels and shotguns on its arm rests.

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* ''Mr. No-Legs'': ''Film/MrNoLegs'': The titular HandicappedBadass Mafia enforcer moves around in a wheelchair that can concealed Ninja stars on the wheels and shotguns on its arm rests.
18th Feb '18 6:48:05 AM meanmetalmario
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* Recurring ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' character Felix has a Super Wheel chair, with hover tech and Videogame integrable AI.

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* Recurring ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' character Felix has a Super Wheel chair, wheelchair tricked out with extendable robot arms, hover tech and Videogame tech, video game integrable AI.AI, and more. One of the perks of having a genius roboticist for a mom. It's so impressive that Drakken and Motor Ed steal it so they can reverse-engineer its technology to use on a vehicle, which raises a complaint from Shego since [[EvenEvilHasStandards even she thinks stealing a kid's wheelchair is stooping too low]].
31st Jan '18 12:36:46 AM jormis29
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** Also because she's still as physical and active as she can be. Sadly played straight in the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' TV series, which (to the dismay of actress Dina Meyer) gave Barbara a power chair rather than a manual one.

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** Also because she's still as physical and active as she can be. Sadly played straight in the ''Series/BirdsOfPrey'' TV series, which (to the dismay of actress Dina Meyer) Creator/DinaMeyer) gave Barbara a power chair rather than a manual one.
22nd Jan '18 2:51:28 PM DaibhidC
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* In ''Discworld/MovingPictures'', Windle Poons' wheelchair has any number of outrageous attachments and functions (although none that increase his self-sufficiency, since he doesn't want to). It serves as a chariot at one point.

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* ** In ''Discworld/MovingPictures'', Windle Poons' wheelchair has any number of outrageous attachments and functions (although none that increase his self-sufficiency, since he doesn't want to). It serves as a chariot at one point.
22nd Jan '18 2:51:16 PM DaibhidC
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* In the Literature/{{Discworld}} novels ''Discworld/MovingPictures'', Windle Poons' wheelchair has any number of outrageous attachments and functions (although none that increase his self-sufficiency, since he doesn't want to). It serves as a chariot at one point.

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* ''Literature/{{Discworld}}'':
* In the Literature/{{Discworld}} novels ''Discworld/MovingPictures'', Windle Poons' wheelchair has any number of outrageous attachments and functions (although none that increase his self-sufficiency, since he doesn't want to). It serves as a chariot at one point.point.
** Mad Hamish's wheelchair in ''Discworld/InterestingTimes'' and ''Discworld/TheLastHero'' has SpikedWheels and storage for all the Silver Horde's spare weapons. The illustrations for ''The Last Hero'' also show that to get it through the pack ice of the Hublands, the Horde fitted it with skis.
5th Jan '18 11:48:43 AM Tomodachi
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* [[Characters/DragonBallFrieza Frieza's]] iconic antigravity hover chair from ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. Unlike most examples of this trope, Frieza doesn't use it because he has a problem leaving it, but to show how [[PhysicalGod powerful]] and [[SmugSuper arrogant]] he is. In ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBardockTheFatherOfGoku Father of Goku]]'' this is better exemplified, as Bardock tries to kill him and save Planet Vegeta, but Frieza only raises his finger while on the hover chair and [[EarthShatteringKaboom blows the planet up]] without moving from his chair.

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* [[Characters/DragonBallFrieza Frieza's]] iconic antigravity hover chair from ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. Unlike most examples of this trope, Frieza doesn't use it because he has a problem leaving it, is disabled, but to show how [[PhysicalGod powerful]] and [[SmugSuper arrogant]] he is. In ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBardockTheFatherOfGoku Father of Goku]]'' this is better exemplified, as Bardock tries to kill him and save Planet Vegeta, but Frieza only raises his finger while on the hover chair and [[EarthShatteringKaboom blows the planet up]] without moving from his chair.it.
5th Jan '18 11:44:32 AM Tomodachi
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* [[Characters/DragonBallFrieza Frieza's]] iconic antigravity hover chair from ''Anime/DragonBallZ''. Unlike most examples of this trope, Frieza doesn't use it because he has a problem leaving it, but to show how [[PhysicalGod powerful]] and [[SmugSuper arrogant]] he is. In ''[[Anime/DragonBallZBardockTheFatherOfGoku Father of Goku]]'' this is better exemplified, as Bardock tries to kill him and save Planet Vegeta, but Frieza only raises his finger while on the hover chair and [[EarthShatteringKaboom blows the planet up]] without moving from his chair.
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