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24th Apr '16 2:40:05 AM Vir
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** Additionally, in Unlimited, typing "YourMom" summons a zombie.

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** Additionally, in Unlimited, ''Unlimited'', typing "YourMom" summons a zombie.



* Giving a ring to a halfling ([[TheLordOfTheRings hobbit]]) will cause it to turn invisible.

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* Giving a ring to a halfling ([[TheLordOfTheRings ([[Film/TheLordOfTheRings hobbit]]) will cause it to turn invisible.



* Basilisks/cockatrices run in fear from weasels, roosters & mirrors. One challenge in ''Unlimited'' has you defeat one; any one of those methods will work.

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* Basilisks/cockatrices run in fear from weasels, roosters & and mirrors. One challenge in ''Unlimited'' has you defeat one; any one of those methods will work.



* People are impressed at how jam-packed ''Scribblenauts Unmasked'''s roster is. Name an obscure DC Comics character or even location. You will be surprised, it's probably in the game.

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* People are impressed at how jam-packed ''Scribblenauts Unmasked'''s roster is. Name an obscure DC Comics Creator/DCComics character or even location. You will be surprised, it's probably in the game.



** If you summon a [[PressXToDie world destroying object]] like a black hole, the Starite doesn't appear on the ground for you to pick up. Instead, it spawns in your hands and you immediately win the level before the black hole kills you and the Starite.

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** If you summon a [[PressXToDie world destroying world-destroying object]] like a black hole, the Starite doesn't appear on the ground for you to pick up. Instead, it spawns in your hands and you immediately win the level before the black hole kills you and the Starite.



* In ''Scribblenauts Unlimited'', typing "LIE" into the notebook will create a [[{{TheCakeIsALie}} cake]].

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* In ''Scribblenauts Unlimited'', typing "LIE" into the notebook will create a [[{{TheCakeIsALie}} [[TheCakeIsALie cake]].
26th Nov '15 10:08:39 AM brickbat1137
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*Spawn SantaClaus. Then spawn a criminal. Santa will walk to the criminal, and then spawn in a piece of coal.
2nd Nov '15 3:49:03 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* In ''Super Scribblenauts'', if you summon a badger and then summon a mushroom, the badger will walk up to the mushroom and [[WeeblAndBob start dancing. Also, badgers are afraid of snakes]].
** On the contrary, a [[MemeticMutation honey badger]] will attack snakes (and just about anything else).
* Atheists run away from {{God}} in the first game.
** In the second game, atheists and agnostics cause any nearby deity to instantly fall dead.

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* In ''Super Scribblenauts'', if you summon a badger and then summon a mushroom, the badger will walk up to the mushroom and [[WeeblAndBob start dancing. Also, badgers are afraid of snakes]].
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snakes]]. On the contrary, a [[MemeticMutation honey badger]] will attack snakes (and just about anything else).
* Atheists run away from {{God}} in the first game.
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game. In the second game, atheists and agnostics cause any nearby deity to instantly fall dead.
2nd Nov '15 3:48:36 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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* One level spoofs ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''; you can give the characters what they want (a heart, a brain, "the nerve", and a home), but they will also accept what the Wizard literally gave them in the movie -- a diploma, a watch, a badge, and a hot air balloon. Also, ruby slipper and silver slipper works for the girl. (The silver slipper is from [[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz the book]].)
** The Tin Man also accepts oil.
** And of course, you can make witches. Both a bucket of water and burning at the stake can take them out.

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* One level spoofs ''Film/TheWizardOfOz''; you can give the characters what they want (a heart, a brain, "the nerve", and a home), but they will also accept what the Wizard literally gave them in the movie -- a diploma, a watch, a badge, and a hot air balloon. Also, ruby slipper and silver slipper works for the girl. (The silver slipper is from [[Literature/TheWonderfulWizardOfOz the book]].)
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) The Tin Man also accepts oil.
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oil. And of course, you can make witches. Both a bucket of water and burning at the stake can take them out.
22nd Oct '15 12:17:44 PM BountyBeast
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** The Tin Man also accepts oil.
12th Oct '15 7:05:46 PM flarn2006
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* If you spawn a kappa, he will attack you. If you give him a cucumber, however, he will become friendly -- just like in the original legends.

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* If you spawn a kappa, [[https://static-cdn.jtvnw.net/emoticons/v1/25/1.0 kappa]], he will attack you. If you give him a cucumber, however, he will become friendly -- just like in the original legends.
26th Sep '15 4:03:09 AM Spinosegnosaurus77
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The main hook of ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}'' is that you can write and summon ANYTHING, so of course, this page would be compulsory. Just to give you an idea, you can write ''any'' family-friendly, non-proper noun (even some proper ones like [[Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu Cthulhu]], AlbertEinstein, and [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Longcat]]) on the touch screen, and the object written is spawned. The game's dictionary is its greatest asset, and the dev team has repeatedly assured gaming websites that they are thinking of everything. It's become standard form in interviews with them to ask them a random collection of nouns to find out if they're in, or being put in, the game. They've been hit with things like "dialysis machine" and a specific kind of cooking pot. Even ''internet memes'' have made it into the later games. With the exception of vulgar things, trademarked characters (for obvious reasons), and abstract or really, really, ''really'' obscure nouns, ''they haven't been caught off-guard yet.'' (One reporter apparently stumped it with "pillory," but he notes, "That tends to get used more as a verb anyway.")

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The main hook of ''VideoGame/{{Scribblenauts}}'' is that you can write and summon ANYTHING, so of course, this page would be compulsory. Just to give you an idea, you can write ''any'' family-friendly, non-proper noun (even some proper ones like [[Literature/TheCallOfCthulhu Cthulhu]], AlbertEinstein, and [[WebOriginal/LOLCats Longcat]]) on the touch screen, and the object written is spawned. The game's dictionary is its greatest asset, and the dev team has repeatedly assured gaming websites that they are thinking of everything. It's become standard form in interviews with them to ask them a random collection of nouns to find out if they're in, or being put in, the game. They've been hit with things like "dialysis machine" and a specific kind of cooking pot. Even ''internet memes'' have made it into the later games. With the exception of vulgar things, trademarked characters (for obvious reasons), and abstract or really, really, ''really'' obscure nouns, ''they haven't been caught off-guard yet.'' (One yet'' (one reporter apparently stumped it with "pillory," but he notes, "That tends to get used more as a verb anyway.")
anyway").
25th Sep '15 7:41:18 PM AjWargo
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** Priests will eat ham, but rabbis and imams won't.

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** Priests will eat ham, but rabbis rabbis, imams, and imams other Muslims won't.
7th Aug '15 12:40:56 PM ussenbyprise
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* In ''Scribblenauts Unlimited, typing "LIE" into the notebook will create a [[{{VideoGame/Portal1}} cake]].

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* In ''Scribblenauts Unlimited, Unlimited'', typing "LIE" into the notebook will create a [[{{VideoGame/Portal1}} [[{{TheCakeIsALie}} cake]].
7th Aug '15 12:35:59 PM ussenbyprise
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* In ''Scribblenauts Unlimited, typing "LIE" into the notebook will create a [[{{VideoGame/Portal1}} cake]].
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