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9th Jul '16 2:41:17 PM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'', [[HeroSecretService Brutaka's]] [[MaskPower Kanohi Olmak]] can be used for this. His portals can send a person anywhere in the universe or even to another dimension, as he proved when he sent a Doom Viper into a [[CruelAndUnusualDeath volcano]] and later attempted to throw his old friend Axonn into [[AndIMustScream a realm of eternal darkness]]. Thankfully, he seems to just prefer [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown crushing his opponents with his bare hands or sword]].

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* In ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'', ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'', [[HeroSecretService Brutaka's]] [[MaskPower Kanohi Olmak]] can be used for this. His portals can send a person anywhere in the universe or even to another dimension, as he proved when he sent a Doom Viper into a [[CruelAndUnusualDeath volcano]] and later attempted to throw his old friend Axonn into [[AndIMustScream a realm of eternal darkness]]. Thankfully, he seems to just prefer [[NoHoldsBarredBeatdown crushing his opponents with his bare hands or sword]].
13th Jun '16 11:03:54 AM Kakai
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* Used as an extreme method in ''Film/{{Thor}}'' when Loki attempts to use the Bifroust's beam to rip apart the homeworld of the Frost Giants.

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* Used as an extreme method in ''Film/{{Thor}}'' when Loki attempts to use the Bifroust's Bifrost's beam to rip apart the homeworld of the Frost Giants.


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* In ''Film/WarCraft2016'', Khadgar incapacitates [[spoiler:Medivh]] and deals with his minion at the same time by teleporting one over the other, crushing [[spoiler:Medivh]] with [[spoiler:his golem]].
27th May '16 6:43:23 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'', the [[SapientCetaceans Liir]] use a method of travel called "stutter warp", which involves performing many tiny teleportations per second in order to simulate Newtonian movement. In essence, their ships are nearly always at rest (with respect to their surroundings) at any given moment, but they always ''appear'' to be moving. This is how they are able to move faster than light, since they're not actually moving. Later versions of the same technology can grant their ships a measure of protection against enemy weapons by making sure that the ship is "not there" when an enemy shot arrives. A side development can also grant the same protection to Liir missiles against enemy [[PointDefenseless point defense systems]].
18th May '16 12:20:02 PM MarkLungo
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* Bucciarati's Sticky Fingers from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' can [[{{Zipperiffic}} "zip"]] through dimensions and distort body parts. The former he uses to creates escape roads, where he sneaks around buildings or even hides in a human's body. The latter he uses to threaten his opponents or downright teleport them into a different area. A memoriable case is where Bucciarati zips [[MonsterOfTheWeek Zucchero]]'s head into the front of his teammates, locking him in the position Narancia and Mista [[CrossesTheLineTwice gleefully hang he head with a fish hook and torture him.]]

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* Bucciarati's Sticky Fingers from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' can [[{{Zipperiffic}} "zip"]] through dimensions and distort body parts. The former he uses to creates escape roads, where he sneaks around buildings or even hides in a human's body. The latter he uses to threaten his opponents or downright teleport them into a different area. A memoriable memorable case is where Bucciarati zips [[MonsterOfTheWeek Zucchero]]'s head into the front of his teammates, locking him in the position Narancia and Mista [[CrossesTheLineTwice gleefully hang he his head with a fish hook and torture him.]]
18th May '16 11:54:17 AM dasuberkaiser
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* Bucciarati's Sticky Fingers from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' can [[{{Zipperiffic}} "zip"]] through dimensions and distort body parts. The former he uses to creates escape roads, where he sneaks around buildings or even hides in a human's body. The latter he uses to threaten his opponents or downright teleport them into a different area. A memoriable case is where Bucciarati zips [[MonsterOfTheWeek Zucchero's head]] into the front of his teammates, locking him in the position Narancia and Mista [[CrossesTheLineTwice gleefully hang he head with a fish hook and torture him.]]

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* Bucciarati's Sticky Fingers from ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' can [[{{Zipperiffic}} "zip"]] through dimensions and distort body parts. The former he uses to creates escape roads, where he sneaks around buildings or even hides in a human's body. The latter he uses to threaten his opponents or downright teleport them into a different area. A memoriable case is where Bucciarati zips [[MonsterOfTheWeek Zucchero's head]] Zucchero]]'s head into the front of his teammates, locking him in the position Narancia and Mista [[CrossesTheLineTwice gleefully hang he head with a fish hook and torture him.]]
15th May '16 7:37:52 AM Reflextion
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* The ability Flicker Strike in ''VideoGame/PathOfExile'' teleports the caster a short distance to an enemy to deliver a preemptive strike. There is also the Lightning Warp spell, which creates a burst of lightning around both the start and destination points.

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The ability Flicker Strike in ''VideoGame/PathOfExile'' teleports the caster a short distance to an enemy to deliver a preemptive strike. There is also the Lightning Warp spell, which creates a burst of lightning around both the start and destination points.points.
** Izaro utilizes this in the last phase of his boss fight, creating a green light around him that will teleport the player into the path of one of the various traps scattered around the arena.
10th May '16 9:02:12 AM FF32
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* Discussed in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', where Jade threatens [[spoiler: Roxy]] by claiming to be able to use her space powers to teleport an enemy's internal organs out of their body.
24th Apr '16 8:57:21 AM JackG
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** Again in ''Voyager'', a Kazon faction stole transporter technology and used it to beam out into space a few Kazon delegates that refused to bow down.

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** Again in ''Voyager'', a Kazon faction stole transporter technology and used it to beam out into space a few Kazon delegates that refused to bow down. And the Nyrians seize Voyager by teleporting their people in one-by-one, at long range so no-one suspects teleportation is involved, while at the same time teleporting Voyager's crew out. By the time they're sure foul play is involved, the Nyrians have seized the ship. Janeway resolves the issue by seizing control of the teleporter and beaming all the aliens on board Voyager to a freezing environment until they surrender.
11th Apr '16 1:30:58 PM XDiakos
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** Upon his return in the sequel series, ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise Robots in Disguise]]'', Soundwave exploits this power far more often in combat, warping Bumblebee to the Shadowzone and teleporting Strongarm and Grimlock a considerable distance from the scrapyard. [[spoiler: This proves to be his undoing as he is [[HoistByHisOwnPetard once again trapped in the Shadowzone in much the same way as in ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime Prime]]''.]]

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** Upon his return in the sequel series, ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise Robots in Disguise]]'', Soundwave exploits this power far more often in combat, warping Bumblebee to the Shadowzone and teleporting Strongarm and Grimlock a considerable distance from the scrapyard. [[spoiler: This proves to be his undoing as he is [[HoistByHisOwnPetard once again again]] trapped in the Shadowzone in much the same way as he was in ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime Prime]]''.]]
11th Apr '16 1:30:10 PM XDiakos
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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'': One of Soundwave's favorite tricks. Since he's directly connected to the Decepticon systems, he can summon a portal anywhere he wants, that goes anywhere he wants, with great speed and accuracy. Autobots attack and find themselves stepping right into a spacebridge that beams them right off of the ship. (Limited range prevents sending anyone into the sun, or even to a height that's unsurvivable by bots.) [[spoiler: [[HoistByHisOwnPetard This is turned against him]] during the GrandFinale when Jack, Miko, and Raf trap him in between two portals, the influx of which sends him to the Shadowzone.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'': One of Soundwave's favorite tricks. Since he's directly connected to the Decepticon systems, he can summon a portal anywhere he wants, that goes anywhere he wants, with great speed and accuracy. Autobots attack and find themselves stepping right into a spacebridge that beams them right off of the ship. (Limited range prevents sending anyone into the sun, or even to a height that's unsurvivable by bots.) [[spoiler: [[HoistByHisOwnPetard This is turned against him]] during the GrandFinale when Jack, Miko, and Raf trap him in between two portals, the influx of which sends him to the Shadowzone.Shadowzone]].
** Upon his return in the sequel series, ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersRobotsInDisguise Robots in Disguise]]'', Soundwave exploits this power far more often in combat, warping Bumblebee to the Shadowzone and teleporting Strongarm and Grimlock a considerable distance from the scrapyard. [[spoiler: This proves to be his undoing as he is [[HoistByHisOwnPetard once again trapped in the Shadowzone in much the same way as in ''[[WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime Prime]]''.
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