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18th Jun '18 3:01:10 PM RobTan
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* Kai, the BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3'' has the power to create jade warriors from the stolen chi of kung fu masters. He also ahs the power to control their actions and see through their eyes. For most of the movie he uses only a small number of them against a roughly equal number of opponents, however, in the final battle he uses his entire army against a village full of people, and is unable to handle the sensory overload or mental effort required to carry out over a dozen simultaneous fights.

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* Kai, the BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3'' has the power to create jade warriors from the stolen chi of kung fu masters. He also ahs has the power to control their actions and see through their eyes. For most of the movie he uses only a small number of them against a roughly equal number of opponents, however, in the final battle he uses his entire army against a village full of people, and is unable to handle the sensory overload or mental effort required to carry out over a dozen simultaneous fights.
21st May '18 3:14:44 PM RobTan
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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". ''Something'' is clearly up with her body temperature; while other characters' breathing is visible in the cold, hers is not. She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.

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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". ''Something'' is clearly up with her body temperature; while other characters' breathing is visible in the cold, hers is not. She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.weight.
* Kai, the BigBad of ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda3'' has the power to create jade warriors from the stolen chi of kung fu masters. He also ahs the power to control their actions and see through their eyes. For most of the movie he uses only a small number of them against a roughly equal number of opponents, however, in the final battle he uses his entire army against a village full of people, and is unable to handle the sensory overload or mental effort required to carry out over a dozen simultaneous fights.
4th May '18 3:53:32 PM rva98014
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** A few of these are mentioned with the [[MySuitIsAlsoSuper outfits]] made for each of the main characters. [[RubberMan Elastigirl's]] is able to stretch as far as she can, [[SuperSpeed Dash's]] is resistant to the friction created by the super speed, [[{{Invisibility}} Violet's]] is designed to disappear when she does.
*** [[SugarWiki/FunnyMoments "And machine washable dahling, that's a new feature."]]
13th Sep '17 3:44:45 PM SinDustries
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* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', Rapunzel's magic hair must also be magically immune to split ends and other problems that would plague normal hair that hasn't been cut for 18 years. of course, her hair has very potent healing powers, keeping hair split end free is comparatively minor compared to the other things it's capable of doing.

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* In Disney's ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', Rapunzel's magic hair must also be magically immune to split ends and other problems that would plague normal hair that hasn't been cut for 18 years. of Of course, her hair has very potent healing powers, so keeping hair split end free is comparatively relatively minor compared to the other things it's capable of doing.
24th May '17 5:18:47 AM Dracis
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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.

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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". ''Something'' is clearly up with her body temperature; while other characters' breathing is visible in the cold, hers is not. She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.
28th Oct '16 3:40:43 PM StFan
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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.
** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia and/or hyperthermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat in her body and redirect the temperature drop outside and heat in some other way due to thermodynamics. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.'''
*** Unless she's freezing things by absorbing heat, that is.

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* [[AnIcePerson Elsa]], of Disney's ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' explains in her own [[IAmBecomingSong song]] why she can walk around a snowed-over mountaintop and her self-created ice palace in a dress made of frost: "The cold never bothered me anyway". She can also walk on ice without slipping, though she can turn this off to effortlessly skate without wearing ice-skates. The books explain that Elsa's skill at math and geometry help her make her ice constructs, otherwise her IcePalace would have collapsed under its own weight.
** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia and/or hyperthermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat in her body and redirect the temperature drop outside and heat in some other way due to thermodynamics. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.'''
*** Unless she's freezing things by absorbing heat, that is.
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6th Sep '16 9:30:45 PM Zef
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** An aversion of one of the problems with force fields. At the final battle, the Omnidroid is attempting to crush Violet and Dash, who are inside one of Violet's spherical force fields. When it lifts right after Violet is knocked temporarily unconscious, we can see that an indentation in the street has been made in the shape of the force field, suggesting that the force field was acting as an indestructible sphere, transferring the force of the Omnidroid to the street below.

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** An aversion of one of the problems with force fields. At the final battle, the Omnidroid is attempting to crush Violet and Dash, who are inside one of Violet's spherical force fields. When it lifts right after Violet is knocked temporarily unconscious, we can see that an indentation in the street has been made in the shape of the force field, suggesting that the force field was acting as an indestructible sphere, transferring the force of the Omnidroid to the street below. In addition, Violet's force fields are typically as invisible as she is, but they flash and ripple according to the amount of energy they're dissipating, implying some manner of energy conversion --from a soft purple hue due to air friction or rolling along the ground, to bright white flashes when hit by bullets or massive impacts.
21st Jul '16 5:49:08 PM Sjogre
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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia and/or hyperthermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat in her body and redirect the temperature drop outside and heat in some other way due to thermodynamics. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.'''

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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia and/or hyperthermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat in her body and redirect the temperature drop outside and heat in some other way due to thermodynamics. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.''''''
*** Unless she's freezing things by absorbing heat, that is.
13th Apr '16 8:03:52 PM bhlee0019
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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat and redirect the temperature drop outside. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.'''

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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia? hypothermia and/or hyperthermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat in her body and redirect the temperature drop outside.outside and heat in some other way due to thermodynamics. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire If she can shoot ice.'''
13th Apr '16 8:01:43 PM bhlee0019
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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat and redirect the temperature drop outsidead. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire.'''

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** By the way how Elsa can shoot ice without dying of hypothermia? The process should cool Elsa's body as well. If she can shoot ice, she must generate heat and redirect the temperature drop outsidead.outside. That's right. That means '''She must also be able to shoot fire.fire If she can shoot ice.'''
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