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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'': The [[http://www.search.com/reference/Pilot_episode pilot for the television series]] featured a villain who carried a [[SealedEvilInACan Rainbow of Darkness]] (which changed ponies into impressive-looking dragons), sending our heroes on a quest for the "Rainbow of Light".

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* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'': ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTVSpecials'': The [[http://www.search.com/reference/Pilot_episode pilot for the television series]] series featured a villain who carried a [[SealedEvilInACan Rainbow of Darkness]] (which changed ponies into impressive-looking dragons), sending our heroes on a quest for the "Rainbow of Light".


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* A quite literal example in Elizabeth C. Mock's Children of Man series. Centuries ago, light magic was splintered into its six component colors: red, blue, green, purple, orange, and yellow. Since then, no one can access all six colors (the max seems to be four). However, Faela Durante has linked her mind with those of Kade Hawthorn and Jair Rafferty, using a very rare variant of red magic (red usually heals the body, Faela can also heal the mind). Faela has red and yellow magic, Kade has orange and trace purple, and Jair has green and traces of blue. Together, they could theoretically do the impossible and access light magic.

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* A quite literal example in Elizabeth C. Mock's Children of Man ''Literature/ChildrenOfMan'' series. Centuries ago, light magic was splintered into its six component colors: red, blue, green, purple, orange, and yellow. Since then, no one can access all six colors (the max seems to be four). However, Faela Durante has linked her mind with those of Kade Hawthorn and Jair Rafferty, using a very rare variant of red magic (red usually heals the body, Faela can also heal the mind). Faela has red and yellow magic, Kade has orange and trace purple, and Jair has green and traces of blue. Together, they could theoretically do the impossible and access light magic.



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* ''MyLittlePony'':
** The [[http://www.search.com/reference/Pilot_episode pilot for the television series]] featured a villain who carried a [[SealedEvilInACan Rainbow of Darkness]] (which changed ponies into impressive-looking dragons), sending our heroes on a quest for the "Rainbow of Light".

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''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends'': The [[http://www.search.com/reference/Pilot_episode pilot for the television series]] featured a villain who carried a [[SealedEvilInACan Rainbow of Darkness]] (which changed ponies into impressive-looking dragons), sending our heroes on a quest for the "Rainbow of Light".

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* ''Manga/SailorMoon''

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* ''Series/OddSquad'' plays with this trope in the Season 3 finale "End of the Road". When all the villains in The Shadow's Villain Network funnel their odd powers into a purple cube sitting at the center of the floor, the orbs, as well as the pipes connecting to the cube, all glow in the villains' respective theme colors, creating a rainbow-colored spectrum. However, the beam that shoots out of the cube -- which was originally meant to be sent to every Odd Squad precinct in the world -- is solely purple, not rainbow-colored (although there are streaks of pink and blue that can be seen), and the tornado that is created from it is purple as well.


This is about how a team with a [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color scheme]] have special combined attacks that "fuse" all their [[ElementalPowers colored energy blasts]] into a [[NonElemental rainbow attack.]] See AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance. Absolutely nothing to do with AllYourPowersCombined. Frequently uses other {{trope}}s like CallingYourAttacks, CombinedEnergyAttack, SetBonus and "[[CarebearStare weaponized]]" versions of ThePowerOfFriendship and [[ThePowerOfLove Love]]. Quite often a case of SuperCuteSuperPowers.

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This is about how a team with a [[ColorCodedForYourConvenience color scheme]] have special combined attacks that "fuse" all their [[ElementalPowers colored energy blasts]] into a [[NonElemental rainbow attack.]] See AstonishinglyAppropriateAppearance. Absolutely nothing to do with AllYourPowersCombined. Frequently uses other {{trope}}s like CallingYourAttacks, CombinedEnergyAttack, SetBonus and "[[CarebearStare weaponized]]" versions of ThePowerOfFriendship and [[ThePowerOfLove Love]]. Quite often a case of SuperCuteSuperPowers.
SuperCuteSuperPowers.

Not to be confused with AllYourPowersCombined, which is about a single person possessing the powers of an entire group.


* Slight different in ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' where Tsuna's guardians represent a different weather type and each weather attribute has one of the colours of the rainbow attached to it as their 'Dying Will Flame'.

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* Slight different in ''Manga/KatekyoHitmanReborn'' ''Manga/Reborn2004'' where Tsuna's guardians represent a different weather type and each weather attribute has one of the colours of the rainbow attached to it as their 'Dying Will Flame'.


** The CareBearStare-esque attack at the end the two-part pilot is a partial example; the multi-colored gems associated with the Elements of Harmony (red, orange, pink, purple, magenta, and blue) don't comprise all the colors of the rainbow, but they form a traditional six-colored rainbow when their powers combine.[[note]]Interestingly, this seems to be part of [=FiM's=] tremendous aversion to green. Try it! Count the ponies who are honestly, properly green. Not light minty greenish teal (I'm looking at you, Lyra), not a slightly lime yellow, actual green.[[/note]]

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** The CareBearStare-esque attack at the end the two-part pilot is a partial example; the multi-colored gems associated with the Elements of Harmony (red, orange, pink, purple, magenta, and blue) don't comprise all the colors of the rainbow, but they form a traditional six-colored rainbow when their powers combine.[[note]]Interestingly, this seems to be part of [=FiM's=] tremendous aversion to green. Try it! Count to count the ponies who are honestly, properly green. Not light minty greenish teal (I'm looking at you, (such as Lyra), not a slightly lime yellow, actual green.[[/note]]


** ''Power Rangers'' regularly gives the team a {{BFG}} with this function; either assembled out of each Ranger's individual weapons or charged by a combination of everyone's energies.

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** ''Power Rangers'' Both franchises regularly gives feature the team "[[FanNickname Team Bazooka]]", a {{BFG}} with this function; which is either assembled out of each Ranger's individual weapons weapon combined together, or a stand-alone weapon charged by a combination of everyone's energies.energies.
*** Taken to a new level in ''Series/ZyudenSentaiKyoryuger'''s movie ''The Great Dinosaur War'', which saw the return of the [[Series/KyoryuSentaiZyuranger Zyuranger]] and [[Series/BakuryuuSentaiAbaranger Abaranger]] teams (later adapted as a multi-part {{Crossover}} episode of ''Series/PowerRangersBeastMorphers''). The three dinosaur teams take their combined weapons and combine ''those'' together into an even Bigger FG made of 14 individual weapons.


* ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' does it a bit differently: the colour-themed members are needed to be there, but they're {{Barrier Maiden}}s (and two boys) and battery packs, while the title character uses the colours for her own powers.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite'' does it a bit differently: the colour-themed members are needed to be there, but they're {{Barrier Maiden}}s (and two boys) and battery packs, while the title character uses the colours for her own powers. [[purple: jk]]


* It applies to ''Franchise/KamenRider'' too. ''Series/KamenRiderDenO'''s finisher for [[SuperMode Climax Form]] is a sword slash containing all the colors of the forms before it. And finally, the attack that finishes off the final boss [[CombinedEnergyAttack has power donated from all of the Taros as well as Sieg and Zeronos Vega Form]], producing a series of multi-colored slashes.
** Series/KamenRiderDouble's SuperMode has a quite shiny middle portion - and one that allows him to perform a very colorful Maximum Drive.

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* It applies to ''Franchise/KamenRider'' too. too, although somewhat less often:
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''Series/KamenRiderDenO'''s finisher for [[SuperMode Climax Form]] is a sword slash containing all the colors of the forms before it. And finally, the it. The attack that finishes off the final boss [[CombinedEnergyAttack has power donated from all of the Taros as well as Sieg and Zeronos Vega Form]], producing a series of multi-colored slashes.
** Series/KamenRiderDouble's SuperMode has a quite shiny middle portion - and one that allows him to perform a very ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'''s final form draws power from most of his colorful Gaia Memories to produce a Maximum Drive.Drive that's best described as a rainbow laser show.
** ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'''s final form is decorated with all of the multicolored Fullbottles, and merges their colors into a rainbow for its finishing moves.
** ''Series/KamenRiderZeroOne'' has the only case up to that point where the ''secondary'' Rider gets this trope, with Kamen Rider Vulcan getting the form that combines all of the previous Progrise Keys and has rainbow-colored finishers as a result.

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** A crossover comic with ''Franchise/PlanetOfTheApes'' has Cornelius getting an experimental ring that gives him the powers of all the different lanterns.


* In ''VideoGame/{{Holic}}'', each skill a character has is invoked with a specific color. Using said skill will activate a combo relay (which is made of 7 colors, where a certain color is denoted as the finishing color), and if there are enough characters around, and assuming the enemy doesn't die early, you can activate a move called Seven Star Signs which does a very large chunk of damage in a single hit.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Holic}}'', ''Holic'', each skill a character has is invoked with a specific color. Using said skill will activate a combo relay (which is made of 7 colors, where a certain color is denoted as the finishing color), and if there are enough characters around, and assuming the enemy doesn't die early, you can activate a move called Seven Star Signs which does a very large chunk of damage in a single hit.


* ''Barbie Fairytopia''. [[TastesLikeDiabetes Watch at your own risk.]]

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* ''Barbie Fairytopia''.Fairytopia: Magic of the Rainbow''. [[TastesLikeDiabetes Watch at your own risk.]]


** ''VideoGame/SonicColors'''s [[spoiler: [[LargeHamAnnouncer UNLIMITED COLORS! FINAL COLOR BLASTER]]!!]] It's even better in the Japanese version, where the announcer is voiced by the same guy who does the Gaia Memories in ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' (see above), who uses the exact same style of CallingYourAttacks.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicColors'''s [[spoiler: [[LargeHamAnnouncer UNLIMITED COLORS! FINAL COLOR BLASTER]]!!]] It's even better in the Japanese version, where the announcer is voiced by the same guy who does the Gaia Memories in ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' (see above), who uses the exact same style of CallingYourAttacks.


* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog''

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