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** Before he learned to [[ElementalShapeshifter transform his body into organic ice]], ComicBook/Iceman coated himself in a suit of flexible ice armor for protection.

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** Before he learned to [[ElementalShapeshifter transform his body into organic ice]], ComicBook/Iceman coated himself in a suit of flexible ice armor for protection.


** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses. The far more advanced Mark 85 from ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' also falls into this category. Curiously, however, despite being implied to have been constructed at the same time as the Mark 85, [[spoiler: Pepper's Rescue Armor]], like the War Machine series, is not nanotech, but neither does it seem to be like the above mentioned Mark 42.

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** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit 50) suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents an even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses. The far more advanced Mark 85 from ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' also falls into this category. Curiously, however, despite being implied to have been constructed at the same time as the Mark 85, [[spoiler: Pepper's Rescue Armor]], like the War Machine series, is not nanotech, but neither does it seem to be like the above mentioned Mark 42.


** Smash-like game ''{{VideoGame/RivalsOfAether}}'' has the same occur with mech user Elliana, although there's not really any in-universe justification to be drawn from there.

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** Smash-like game ''{{VideoGame/RivalsOfAether}}'' ''VideoGame/RivalsOfAether'' has the same occur with mech user Elliana, although there's not really any in-universe justification to be drawn from there.

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*In ''{{VideoGame/SuperSmashBros 4}}'' onwards, Bowser Jr. can launch out of his Clown Car and magically gain another one (Because... [[AWizardDidIt a Magikoopa did it?]])
**Smash-like game ''{{VideoGame/RivalsOfAether}}'' has the same occur with mech user Elliana, although there's not really any in-universe justification to be drawn from there.

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*In VideoGame/Persona5, once a [[GuardianEntity Persona]] User has [[TraumaticSuperpowerAwakening awoken]] to their powers, their clothes change whenever they enter [[MentalWorld the Metaverse]], along with gaining the [[CoolMask mask of]] [[MaskOfPower their Persona]].


** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses. The far more advanced Mark 85 from ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' also falls into this category. Curiously, however, despite being implied to have been constructed at the same time as the Mark 85, [[spoiler: Pepper's Rescue Armor]], like the War Machine series, is not nanotech.

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** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses. The far more advanced Mark 85 from ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' also falls into this category. Curiously, however, despite being implied to have been constructed at the same time as the Mark 85, [[spoiler: Pepper's Rescue Armor]], like the War Machine series, is not nanotech.nanotech, but neither does it seem to be like the above mentioned Mark 42.


** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses.

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** The Bleeding Edge (or Mark 50)suit in ''Film/AvengersInfinityWar'' represents even further advancement of the technology, as it is capable of unwrapping itself from a holder on Tony's chest roughly where his Arc Reactor used to be, ensuring that Tony is never without protection. The Iron Spider suit is implied to be likewise instantaneous as it is made using the same nanotechnology that the Mark 50 uses. The far more advanced Mark 85 from ''Film/AvengersEndgame'' also falls into this category. Curiously, however, despite being implied to have been constructed at the same time as the Mark 85, [[spoiler: Pepper's Rescue Armor]], like the War Machine series, is not nanotech.

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* ''Film/AvengersEndgame'': The quantum realm suits that the Avengers don to travel in time are all made from nanotech, allowing them to appear and disappear in a moment.


* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', both [[NiceGuy Eijirou Kirishima]] and [[ExtraOreDinary Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu]] have this power.

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* In ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'', both [[NiceGuy Eijirou Eijiro Kirishima]] and [[ExtraOreDinary Tetsutetsu Tetsutetsu]] have this power.


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* Referred to as Ex-Quipping in ''Manga/FairyTail.'' Instant Armor is Erza's specialty, and she sure has [[UnlimitedWardrobe a hell of a lot of armors]]. Lucy later develops a similar ability, allowing her to instantly change into clothing based on the Celestial Spirits that she summons and gain powers related to those spirits.

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* Referred to as Ex-Quipping Requipping in ''Manga/FairyTail.'' Instant Armor is Erza's specialty, and she sure has [[UnlimitedWardrobe a hell of a lot of armors]]. Lucy later develops a similar ability, allowing her to instantly change into clothing based on the Celestial Spirits that she summons and gain powers related to those spirits.

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', the series of spells ending in '-flesh'[[note]](Oakflesh, Stoneflesh, Ironflesh, and Ebonyflesh. Dragonhide has a virtually identical effect as well.)[[/note]] generate a hard layer around the player that lasts about sixty seconds and helps reduce damage. A perk in the Alteration tree makes them more effective if the player isn't already wearing armor.


* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': There's a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] form type called 'Armor'. Of the three Armor Stands to appear to date, however, the category applies to any Stand that manifests a form that can be worn. As such, only two - [[AnIcePerson White Album]] and [[SandIsWater Oasis]] - actually apply to this trope; the third, [[MakingASplash Catch The Rainbow]], manifests as a mask that only covers the user's face.

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': There's a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] form type called 'Armor'. Of the three Armor Stands to appear to date, however, However, the category applies to any Stand that manifests a form that can be worn. As worn; as such, only two - [[AnIcePerson White Album]] and [[SandIsWater Oasis]] - actually apply to this trope; the third, [[MakingASplash Catch The Rainbow]], manifests as a mask that only covers the user's face.

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'': There's a [[FightingSpirit Stand]] form type called 'Armor'. Of the three Armor Stands to appear to date, however, the category applies to any Stand that manifests a form that can be worn. As such, only two - [[AnIcePerson White Album]] and [[SandIsWater Oasis]] - actually apply to this trope; the third, [[MakingASplash Catch The Rainbow]], manifests as a mask that only covers the user's face.

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