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18th Jul '17 12:16:40 AM Sammettik
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* Lenny, one of the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children From Down The Lane]] in ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' takes his helmet off a grand total of twice in the entire series. The second time, rather than putting it back one, a new one ''forms around his face from his braces and behind his head'', which might avert this trope since that helmet [[FridgeHorror might actually be a part of his body.]]

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* Lenny, one of the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children From Down The Lane]] in ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'' takes his helmet off a grand total of twice in the entire series. The second time, rather than putting it back one, on, a new one ''forms around his face from his braces and behind his head'', which might avert this trope since that helmet [[FridgeHorror might actually be a part of his body.]]
18th Jul '17 12:13:10 AM Sammettik
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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', anybody? Depending on the class, a character can be wearing the most outrageously huge armor you've ever seen, but still be able to disco your face off. When was the last time you took off your ShouldersOfDoom except to change into a stronger set?

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', anybody? Depending on the class, a character in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' can be wearing the most outrageously huge armor you've ever seen, but still be able to disco your face off. When was the last time you took off your ShouldersOfDoom except to change into a stronger set?



* It's possibly apocryphal in-universe, but in KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2, Mandalore supposedly '''never''' takes his full body armor off. It's for a good reason - he doesn't want anyone discovering he's [[spoiler: Revan's old buddy Canderous]].

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* It's possibly apocryphal in-universe, but in KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2, ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic 2'', Mandalore supposedly '''never''' takes his full body armor off. It's for a good reason - he doesn't want anyone discovering he's [[spoiler: Revan's old buddy Canderous]].
18th Jul '17 12:07:24 AM Sammettik
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--->'''Sans:''' oh well... he at least washes it. and by which i mean he wears it in the shower.

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--->'''Sans:''' oh well... he at least washes it. and by which that i mean he wears it in the shower.
18th Jul '17 12:06:53 AM Sammettik
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--->'''Sans:''' well... he at least washes it. by which i mean he showers while wearing it.

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--->'''Sans:''' oh well... he at least washes it. and by which i mean he showers while wearing it.wears it in the shower.
14th Jul '17 8:53:01 PM Nin10DillN64
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** Downplayed while combined with ErmineCapeEffect with [[DeathSeeker king Asgore]], whom we first see tending flowers in his garden... while wearing full armor, along with crown and BadassCape. However, he knew he is going to fight player soon, and his armor is probably magical anyway, and GoldenEnding shows him without armor.

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** Downplayed while combined with ErmineCapeEffect with [[DeathSeeker king Asgore]], whom we first see tending flowers in his garden... while wearing full armor, along with crown and BadassCape. However, he knew he is going to fight player soon, and his armor is probably magical anyway, and the GoldenEnding shows him without armor.


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* In ''VideoGame/{{Sinjid}}'', [[FallenHero Warlord Izumi]] wears his armor at all times out of awareness that the Imperial Army, who he [[DirtyCoward betrayed out of fear of losing the war]] they were fighting against the Shogun, were tracking him down and would eventually find him, and wanted to be prepared at all costs.
9th Jul '17 12:55:33 PM Yuihime
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneScape'', the Raptor is always seen wearing his armor, even when the other legendary heroes are dressed more casually. Fans have questioned whether he's human, or even if he ''exists'' under the armor.
29th Jun '17 5:25:13 AM pmb1998
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* Parodied in ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'': according to [[OnlySaneMan Sans]], his brother [[CloudCuckooLander Papyrus]] never takes off his "battle body", even though it's actually just an outfit the two made on a costume party and not actual armor.
--->'''Sans:''' well... he at least washes it. by which i mean he showers while wearing it.
** Downplayed while combined with ErmineCapeEffect with [[DeathSeeker king Asgore]], whom we first see tending flowers in his garden... while wearing full armor, along with crown and BadassCape. However, he knew he is going to fight player soon, and his armor is probably magical anyway, and GoldenEnding shows him without armor.
17th Jun '17 1:28:02 PM themisterfree
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* ComicBook/IronMan's suits of armor sometimes employed this trope. Originally, due to his heart condition, he had to wear a chest piece under his shirt which doubled as his chest plate. Other versions were skintight, allowing him to wear full suits under his clothes. Now that he's equipped with Extremis, the armor is expressly a part of his body. Most armors also come equipped with a music playlist for long flights, or even noise cancellation equipment if he wants to take a nap. ComicBook/WarMachine also had this type of armor during his "cyborg" period.

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* ComicBook/IronMan's suits of armor sometimes employed this trope. Originally, due to his heart condition, he had to wear a chest piece under his shirt which doubled as his chest plate. Other versions were skintight, allowing him to wear full suits under his clothes. Now that When he's equipped with Extremis, the armor is expressly a part of his body. Most armors also come equipped with a music playlist for long flights, or even noise cancellation equipment if he wants to take a nap. ComicBook/WarMachine also had this type of armor during his "cyborg" period.
27th May '17 12:28:09 PM gemmabeta2
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** Squires and knights-in-training may sometimes be tasked with wearing the full plate armour for days, mostly to get them used to the weight, the heat and make them more adept at moving in them.
2nd May '17 1:19:47 PM EDP
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** Played straight by almost all the inhabitants of the Sanctuary, who wear leather armor usually composed by a protection for the left side of the chest and both shoulders, plus often a helmet. The only known exceptions are Aiolia and Aiolos, who wear a protection for the entire chest with metal shoulders, Shaina and Marin, who wear {{Chainmail Bikini}}s, the Pope (or those impersonating him), who wear cerimonial robes (that ''may'' hide some armor worn under it), and [[Manga/SaintSeiyaEpisodeG Lithos Crysallis and Garan]], who, as servants, don't wear any. {{Justified}} because the armor, being so minimalistic and made of leather, is pretty comfortable to wear.
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