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DoctorDetective
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08:51:09 PM Jul 11th 2013
It's my understanding that this trope is supposed to refer to a person training their body (or mind) enough to be counted as superhuman, but there seems to be rampant linking to this trope when "regular" super strength is present in a work, from what I've seen.

Something might need to be done, is what I'm saying. Maybe a header on this page clarifying what it means, or something like that.
Salkafar
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01:38:37 PM Apr 11th 2011
In the Mandarin header, it is claimed that Iron Man used his own rings against him in a 2008 fight. This is not true (I went back to the issue and checked) and should not even be possible anyway; nobody except Mandy himself (Okay, and his son) is supposed to be able to use the rings.
203.116.194.131
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05:07:26 PM Mar 28th 2010
The example given in the introduction that humans can't harness chi as well of Goku because of training is.. well.. not true. Goku's a Saiyan. Given the same amount of training to a human, you end up with.. Krillin. Obviously.
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