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15th Jun '16 2:46:17 AM Chabal2
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'': the Ork's Shokk Attack Gun works by teleporting snotlings through the Warp and into vehicles and PowerArmor. Their short trip through the warp makes them go completely insane, so when they arrive they swarm anything they can, essentially paralyzing the unit.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'': the Ork's Shokk Attack Gun works by teleporting snotlings through the Warp and into vehicles and PowerArmor. Their short trip through the warp makes them go completely insane, so when they arrive they swarm anything they can, essentially paralyzing or killing the unit.
unit. An early edition had several additional outcomes for the attack: the snotling wing up infesting a awepon or leg;the target is a veteran of these weapons, so when the snotling arrives he turns his head and takes a big bite; [[BodyHorror the snotling fuses with the target]]...
** There's an entire sublist for [[ToiletHumor the snotling voiding itself in the target's ear]]. One of the outcomes is the target ''committing suicide''.
24th Apr '16 6:20:00 PM BiffJr
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* ''TabletopGame/RogueTrader'' makes mention of teleporting a few virus grenades onto the bridge of an enemy vessel.

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* ''TabletopGame/RogueTrader'' makes mention of teleporting a few virus grenades onto the bridge of an enemy vessel.
24th Apr '16 9:01:46 AM JackG
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* ''Series/StarTrekVoyager''. The Vidiians, a SpeciesOfHats involved in OrganTheft, have a device that can not only do a detailed medical scan, it can instantly transport someone's internal organs out of their body. Neelix is shot by this device, loses his lungs, and only immediate transportation to Sickbay saves his life.
7th Apr '16 2:11:51 PM StFan
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* The Displacer from ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life|1}}: Opposing Force''. It teleports its victims to the dimension Xen, and you can also use it on yourself in order to hop into Xen and find some resources there (as well as a convenient portal back to Earth.)

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* The Displacer from ''VideoGame/{{Half-Life|1}}: ''VideoGame/HalfLife1: Opposing Force''. It teleports its victims to the dimension Xen, and you can also use it on yourself in order to hop into Xen and find some resources there (as well as a convenient portal back to Earth.)
18th Mar '16 8:10:30 AM Morgenthaler
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* Several episodes of ''EarthFinalConflict'' featured a black market device based on Taelon technology that was like a harpoon gun that deployed an interdimensional Gate for personal use. In this case, its purpose was providing the user with a teleportation mechanism.

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* Several episodes of ''EarthFinalConflict'' ''Series/EarthFinalConflict'' featured a black market device based on Taelon technology that was like a harpoon gun that deployed an interdimensional Gate for personal use. In this case, its purpose was providing the user with a teleportation mechanism.
22nd Dec '15 2:52:55 AM dvorak
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* Similar to ''Perry Rhodan'', ''VideoGame/FTLFasterThanLight'' also has teleporting bombs. Bombs are filled wth all sorts of nasty suprises, like incendiary gel and hull-breaching charges, but never directly damage an enemy ship since they bypass the hull. They can still kill all enemy crewmembers indirectly. The Zoltan aliens have a special DeflectorShield that acts as a [[TeleportInterdiction teleport interdictor]], stopping teleported bombs (and boarding parties) from working.
28th Nov '15 2:02:17 PM nombretomado
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* ''SeaquestDSV'': The holographic programmed defender of the alien ship encountered by the submarine crew in Season 1 had a bracelet-like weapon that dematerialized people into thin air. They could be rematerialized, if the user chose to do so, indicating this was a kind of teleportation system.

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* ''SeaquestDSV'': ''Series/SeaQuestDSV'': The holographic programmed defender of the alien ship encountered by the submarine crew in Season 1 had a bracelet-like weapon that dematerialized people into thin air. They could be rematerialized, if the user chose to do so, indicating this was a kind of teleportation system.
26th Nov '15 2:50:02 AM Irid
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** This is also the way [[spoiler:Missy]] survived apparent disintegration to return the following season.
2nd Sep '15 10:11:53 AM KingLyger
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[[caption-width-right:350:"Good news, everyone! I've invented the most AwesomeButImpractical way to take out the trash!"]]
30th Aug '15 1:20:07 PM Paranoia
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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Bad Wolf", it is revealed that [[spoiler:the losing contestants 'disintegrated' on the Game Station were actually teleported to the Dalek fleet to be turned into Daleks.]]

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* In the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "Bad Wolf", it is revealed that [[spoiler:the losing contestants 'disintegrated' on the Game Station were actually teleported to the Dalek fleet to be turned broken down into raw materials with which to grow new Daleks.]]
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