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11th Feb '16 10:03:11 AM Ookamikun
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*** Of course, [[CrazyPrepared Batman already knew that]]. Considering that it's not like Superman doesn't keep his powers a secret, that's why he did that instead of punching him in the face with Kryptonite right off the bat.
20th Sep '15 9:53:53 AM Vir
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' Morgaine Le Fay cast an eternal youth spell on herself and her immortal son, as obviously they would continue aging past the point of being decrepit otherwise. Her son didn't know this, and when he tried to age himself into an adult, realized he accidentally broke the "youth" portion of the spell, but still had immortality. At the end of the episode his years rapidly catch up with him, turning him into a drooling old man, unable to move but also unable to die.
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' Unlimited'', Morgaine Le Fay cast casts an eternal youth spell on herself and her immortal son, as obviously they would continue aging past the point of being decrepit otherwise. Her son didn't know this, and when he tried to age himself into an adult, realized he accidentally broke the "youth" portion of the spell, but still had immortality. At the end of the episode his years rapidly catch up with him, turning him into a drooling old man, [[FateWorseThanDeath unable to move but also unable to die.die]].
20th Sep '15 9:52:22 AM Vir
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* In JusticeLeagueUnlimited Morgaine Le Fay cast an eternal youth spell on herself and her immortal son, as obviously they would continue aging past the point of being decrepit otherwise. Her son didn't know this, and when he tried to age himself into an adult, realized he accidentally broke the "youth" portion of the spell, but still had immortality. At the end of the episode his years rapidly catch up with him, turning him into a drooling old man, unable to move but also unable to die.
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* In JusticeLeagueUnlimited ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague Unlimited'' Morgaine Le Fay cast an eternal youth spell on herself and her immortal son, as obviously they would continue aging past the point of being decrepit otherwise. Her son didn't know this, and when he tried to age himself into an adult, realized he accidentally broke the "youth" portion of the spell, but still had immortality. At the end of the episode his years rapidly catch up with him, turning him into a drooling old man, unable to move but also unable to die.
20th Sep '15 9:52:01 AM Vir
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* In ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', Elsa the Snow Queen explicitly states "the cold never bothered me anyway" in her song to explain how she could live on a mountain top in an ice palace in nothing but an [[PimpedOutDress evening gown made of ice magic]], and not a particularly warm one at that.
18th Sep '15 11:06:32 PM Deathhacker
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* In JusticeLeagueUnlimited Morgaine Le Fay cast an eternal youth spell on herself and her immortal son, as obviously they would continue aging past the point of being decrepit otherwise. Her son didn't know this, and when he tried to age himself into an adult, realized he accidentally broke the "youth" portion of the spell, but still had immortality. At the end of the episode his years rapidly catch up with him, turning him into a drooling old man, unable to move but also unable to die.
13th Jul '15 6:07:05 PM Peteman
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** The phase shifter, which grants [[IntangibleMan intangibility]], is explicitly stated to work intuitively, allowing the user to remain grounded without falling through the floor, see without light ignoring their visual sensors, talk without phasing through the air, and passing through some objects while being able to grab others. The only limitation seems to be that the thing has to be turned on for it to work, and most likely cannot be used indefinitely. Worries about breathing are irrelevant, since its intended users are giant robots who don't need such things.
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** The phase shifter, which grants [[IntangibleMan intangibility]], is explicitly stated to work intuitively, allowing the user to remain grounded without falling through the floor, see without light ignoring their visual sensors, talk without phasing through the air, and passing pass through some objects while being able to grab others. The only limitation seems to be that the thing has to be turned on for it to work, and most likely cannot be used indefinitely. Worries about breathing are irrelevant, since its intended users are giant robots who don't need such things.
13th Jul '15 6:05:56 PM Peteman
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** The phase shifter, which grants [[IntangibleMan intangibility]], is explicitly stated to work intuitively, allowing them to remain grounded without falling through the floor, see without light ignoring their visual sensors, talk without phasing through the air, and passing through some objects while being able to grab others. The only limitation seems to be that the thing has to be turned on for it to work, and most likely cannot be used indefinitely. Worries about breathing are irrelevant, since its intended users are giant robots who don't need such things.
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** The phase shifter, which grants [[IntangibleMan intangibility]], is explicitly stated to work intuitively, allowing them the user to remain grounded without falling through the floor, see without light ignoring their visual sensors, talk without phasing through the air, and passing through some objects while being able to grab others. The only limitation seems to be that the thing has to be turned on for it to work, and most likely cannot be used indefinitely. Worries about breathing are irrelevant, since its intended users are giant robots who don't need such things.
8th Jun '15 2:51:11 PM Arha
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** Also, since Air and Firebending are basically jet and rocket propulsion respectively shooting out of your hands, Airbenders and Firebenders seem to have some kind of anchoring ability to prevent themselves being thrown around by their own power.
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** Also, since Air and Firebending are basically jet and rocket propulsion respectively shooting out of your hands, Airbenders and Firebenders seem to have some kind of anchoring ability to prevent themselves being thrown around by their own power.power against their wills.
8th Jun '15 8:20:03 AM MarsJenkar
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** The one-off villain Isis "Icy" Vanderchill was AnIcePerson who lacked the standard "immunity to cold" (in other words, her own powers were constantly a danger to her, since she also exhibited PowerIncontinence); her plot for the episode was [[ItsAllAboutMe to make St. Canard extraordinarily hot so that she could live there]]. Darkwing ended up taking her out by [[HoistByHisOwnPetard using her own snow machine against her]].
21st Apr '15 11:48:58 AM luiz4200
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The robots weren't the culprits. Sonic quickly dismisses them as suspects because they'd have captured him instead. The true culprit is a souvenir salesman who intended to cut the shoes into pieces and sell them.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Birdman}}'': In "Versus the Speed Demon", the titular villain wears a titanium suit to protect his body from friction whenever he uses his SuperSpeed.

** The idea of the sneakers protecting Sonic from friction was a plot point in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''. Robotnik's robots stole the shoes, leaving Sonic unable to use his speed.
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** The idea of the sneakers protecting Sonic from friction was a plot point in an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog''. Robotnik's robots Somebody stole the shoes, leaving Sonic unable to use his speed.
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