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* In a post on the RolePlay Online site (rpol.net), a poster demonstrated the game-breaking potential of the Hulking Hurler ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' class by taking advantage of every possible loophole to create a monstrously powerful character, Urldred the Mountainthrower. His weapon was an eighteen-foot nickle-iron meteorite he called the Fist of Heaven.

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* In a post on the RolePlay [=RolePlay=] Online site (rpol.net), a poster demonstrated the game-breaking potential of the Hulking Hurler ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' class by taking advantage of every possible loophole to create a monstrously powerful character, Urldred the Mountainthrower. His weapon was an eighteen-foot nickle-iron meteorite he called the Fist of Heaven.


* Obviously the game ''VideoGame/GodHand'', where the title refers to a legendary warrior's actual arm. The trope name comes from a line from the game's ending theme song, which is [[http://youtu.be/vAga2AjfZlg a gigantic, hilarious]] EarWorm.

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* Obviously the game ''VideoGame/GodHand'', where the title refers to a legendary warrior's actual arm. The trope name comes from a line from the game's ending theme song, which is [[http://youtu.be/vAga2AjfZlg a gigantic, hilarious]] EarWorm.hilarious]].



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* In ''VideoGame/TalesOfLegendia'', Grune's ultimate spell is God's Press, which calls a glowing golden hand to slap the designated area. The English version incorrectly refers to it as the recurring Judgement spell.


* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': Though its Japanese name was "Heaven's Knuckle," Angemon's signature attack was called "Hand of Fate" in the English Dub. By any name it's a HandBlast which can overwhelm enemies who gave the ''entire team'' a lot of trouble. At least in season one; it's [[NerfArm nerfed]] in season two.

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* ''Anime/DigimonAdventure'': Though its Japanese name was "Heaven's Knuckle," Angemon's signature attack was called "Hand of Fate" in the English Dub. By any name it's a HandBlast which can overwhelm enemies who gave the ''entire team'' a lot of trouble. At least in season one; it's [[NerfArm nerfed]] SoLastSeason in season two.


* Kun Lan, BigBad of the game ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'' has the title "God Hand." At one point he catches a bullet shot at his hand and uses its momentum to fly away. It's a weird game.

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* Kun Lan, BigBad of the game ''VideoGame/{{Killer7}}'' ''VideoGame/Killer7'' has the title "God Hand." At one point he catches a bullet shot at his hand and uses its momentum to fly away. It's a weird game.



* The most powerful Strike attack in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' is called God's Hand. This is more literal than most, as it involves a giant golden hand striking from above!
** The skill returns in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' as the second strongest single-target physical attack.
** Shows up again as one of [[KickChick Chie Satonaka's]] supers in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4 Arena}}''.

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* The most powerful Strike attack in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona3'' is called God's Hand. This is more literal than most, as it involves a giant golden hand striking from above!
** The skill returns in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4'' as the second strongest single-target physical attack.
** Shows up again as one of [[KickChick Chie Satonaka's]] supers in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4 Arena}}''.''VideoGame/Persona4Arena''.
** It returns in ''VideoGame/Persona5'' in a three-way tie for being the strongest single-target physical attack.



* God-Hand is an available character class in ''Videogame/SeventhDragon III: code VFD''. They specialize in jabbing enemies to build up "God Depth", and then inflicting burst-damage attacks on the afflicted target.

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* God-Hand is an available character class in ''Videogame/SeventhDragon ''VideoGame/SeventhDragon III: code VFD''. They specialize in jabbing enemies to build up "God Depth", and then inflicting burst-damage attacks on the afflicted target.

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The reason this is primarily a Japanese-media trope is that the Japanese tend to use "god" in their names without considering it so blasphemous as western audiences do.

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The reason this is primarily a Japanese-media trope is that the Japanese tend to use "god" in their names without considering it so as blasphemous as western audiences do.


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* God-Hand is an available character class in ''Videogame/SeventhDragon III: code VFD''. They specialize in jabbing enemies to build up "God Depth", and then inflicting massive-damage attacks on the afflicted target.

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* God-Hand is an available character class in ''Videogame/SeventhDragon III: code VFD''. They specialize in jabbing enemies to build up "God Depth", and then inflicting massive-damage burst-damage attacks on the afflicted target.



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* God-Hand is an available character class in ''Videogame/SeventhDragon III: code VFD''. They specialize in jabbing enemies to build up "God Depth", and then inflicting massive-damage attacks on the afflicted target.



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* Erina Nakiri of ''Manga/ShokugekiNoSoma'' has the "God's Tongue" thanks to her incredibly refined palate.


* In ''MachineRobo: Revenge of Cronos'', the [[HumongousMecha Baikanfu]]'s FinishingMove is named God Hand Smash.

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* In ''MachineRobo: ''Toys/MachineRobo: Revenge of Cronos'', the [[HumongousMecha Baikanfu]]'s FinishingMove is named God Hand Smash.


* ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' has some connotations to this concept.

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* %%* ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' has some connotations to this concept.


* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', God Hand is the name of [[TheBerserker Berserker]]'s passive ability which negates any attack below a certain rank[[note]]Meaning that in most cases he can only be hurt by a LimitBreak or FinishingMove, regardless of how strong the attacker is.[[/note]] and [[JustifiedExtraLives grants him a total of twelve lives]], [[spoiler:[[Myth/GreekMythology one for each of the twelve labors Heracles realized in his life]]]]. Combined with the fact he's [[spoiler: a demigod]] with [[LightningBruiser inherently high strength, speed and toughness]], enhanced even more by the Berserker class, this makes him one of the more dangerous servants of the war... [[WorfEffect except when it doesn't]].

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* In ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', God Hand is the name of [[TheBerserker Berserker]]'s passive ability which negates any attack below a certain rank[[note]]Meaning that in most cases he can only be hurt by a LimitBreak or FinishingMove, regardless of how strong the attacker is.[[/note]] and [[JustifiedExtraLives [[ResurrectiveImmortality grants him a total of twelve lives]], [[spoiler:[[Myth/GreekMythology one for each of the twelve labors Heracles realized in his life]]]]. Combined with the fact he's [[spoiler: a demigod]] with [[LightningBruiser inherently high strength, speed and toughness]], enhanced even more by the Berserker class, this makes him one of the more dangerous servants of the war... [[WorfEffect except when it doesn't]].


* The [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bads]] of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' are called the God Hand. They are the five most powerful demons in the Berserk universe, and they answer to [[spoiler:the Idea of Evil]], the closest thing this universe has to a god.

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* The [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bads]] of ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' are called the God Hand. Godhand. They are the five most powerful demons in the Berserk universe, and setting, so powerful they answer may very well be gods themselves, what with them manipulating the fate of everything in the world. [[spoiler:And later, they are revealed to [[spoiler:the represent the power of [[GodIsEvil the Idea of Evil]], the closest thing this universe has Evil]] and are manipulating reality to a god.further its goal, finally explaining why they are also called Five Angels.]]

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