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* The ''TabletopGame/{{Toon}}'' sourcebook "Toon ACE Catalog" repeatedly makes reference to "small round paisley things that go 'poing'".

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* The ''TabletopGame/{{Toon}}'' sourcebook "Toon ACE Catalog" repeatedly makes reference to "small round paisley things that go 'poing'".'poing'".
* Every rulebook for TabletopGame/{{Nobilis}} 3rd edition includes the word "fuck" exactly once.


* ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' has "No-one knows what UNITY stands for."

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' has "No-one knows what UNITY stands for.""
* The ''TabletopGame/{{Toon}}'' sourcebook "Toon ACE Catalog" repeatedly makes reference to "small round paisley things that go 'poing'".


** Due to having a habit of "finding" relics from other chapters, the BloodRavens have been called the [[KleptomaniacHero Blood Magpies]].

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** Due to having a habit of "finding" relics from other chapters, the BloodRavens Literature/BloodRavens have been called the [[KleptomaniacHero Blood Magpies]].


** A canon example: whenever Magnus the Red shows up in or even near real space, the SpaceWolves stab him in the eye.

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** A canon example: whenever Magnus the Red shows up in or even near real space, the SpaceWolves [[Literature/SpaceWolf Space Wolves]] stab him in the eye.


** Bjorn the Fell-Handed is the oldest SpaceMarine in existence, and remembers walking beside the Emperor and his Primarch ten thousand years ago. His chapter keeps him in stasis for his own safety, waking him up when they need spiritual guidance. Fans quickly noticed this is basically the same as "waking grandpa up up when they want to hear stories".

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** Bjorn the Fell-Handed is the oldest SpaceMarine in existence, and remembers walking beside the Emperor and his Primarch ten thousand years ago. His chapter keeps him in stasis for his own safety, waking him up when they need spiritual guidance. Fans quickly noticed this is basically the same as "waking grandpa up up when they want to hear stories".


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* Many editions and supplements of ''{{Mekton}}'' have featured mecha pilots with similar names asking their (also similarly named) techs to build them either six-armed HumongousMecha (because they "''got a very good deal in a half dozen beam swords''") and/or smaller infiltration units designed to look like a Coke vending machine ("''It even gives change!''"). They are also invariably hit on the head with a large wrench for their efforts.

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* Many editions and supplements of ''{{Mekton}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Mekton}}'' have featured mecha pilots with similar names asking their (also similarly named) techs to build them either six-armed HumongousMecha (because they "''got a very good deal in a half dozen beam swords''") and/or smaller infiltration units designed to look like a Coke vending machine ("''It even gives change!''"). They are also invariably hit on the head with a large wrench for their efforts.



* ''{{Champions}}'' has "No-one knows what UNITY stands for."

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* ''{{Champions}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}'' has "No-one knows what UNITY stands for."


* The Pacifist from Cosmic Encounter has sort of become the default choice when the art for an alien shows them interacting with another alien.

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* The Pacifist from Cosmic Encounter ''TabletopGame/CosmicEncounter'' has sort of become the default choice when the art for an alien shows them interacting with another alien.


* The Pacifist from Cosmic Encounter has sort of become the default choice when the art for an alien shows them interacting with another alien.

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* The Pacifist from Cosmic Encounter has sort of become the default choice when the art for an alien shows them interacting with another alien.alien.
* ''{{Champions}}'' has "No-one knows what UNITY stands for."


* Every version of ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' mentions in its rules that all players start as "a level 1 human with no class.(hehe)", or something similar (such as "a level 1 human with no class and no style" in ''[[FooFu Munchkin Fu]]''). Later additions tend to follow this with a remark like [[LampshadeHanging "We never get tired of that joke."]]


* Every version of ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' mentions in its rules that all players start as "a level 1 human with no class.(hehe)", or something similar (such as "a level 1 human with no class and no style" in ''[[FooFu Munchkin Fu]]''). Later additions tend to follow this with a remark like [[LampshadeHanging "We never get tired of that joke."]]

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* Every version of ''TabletopGame/{{Munchkin}}'' mentions in its rules that all players start as "a level 1 human with no class.(hehe)", or something similar (such as "a level 1 human with no class and no style" in ''[[FooFu Munchkin Fu]]''). Later additions tend to follow this with a remark like [[LampshadeHanging "We never get tired of that joke."]]"]]
* The Pacifist from Cosmic Encounter has sort of become the default choice when the art for an alien shows them interacting with another alien.

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** A canon example: whenever Magnus the Red shows up in or even near real space, the SpaceWolves stab him in the eye.


* Many editions and suplements of ''{{Mekton}}'' have featured mecha pilots with similar names asking their (also similarly named) techs to build them either six-armed HumongousMecha (because they "''got a very good deal in a half dozen beam swords''") and/or smaller infiltration units designed to look like a Coke vending machine ("''It even gives change!''"). They are also invariably hit on the head with a large wrench for their efforts.

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* Most gaming groups tend to accumulate these over months or years of play.
* Many editions and suplements supplements of ''{{Mekton}}'' have featured mecha pilots with similar names asking their (also similarly named) techs to build them either six-armed HumongousMecha (because they "''got a very good deal in a half dozen beam swords''") and/or smaller infiltration units designed to look like a Coke vending machine ("''It even gives change!''"). They are also invariably hit on the head with a large wrench for their efforts.


* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has a few created by fans. Especially the Imperial Guardsman's standard issue flashlight. I mean lasgun.
** Bjorn the Fell-Handed is the oldest SpaceMarine in existence, and remembers walking beside the Emperor and his Primarch ten thousand years ago. Fans like to joke that his chapter only wakes him up when they want to hear stories.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}}'' has a few created by fans. Especially the Imperial Guardsman's standard issue flashlight. [[LittleUselessGun I mean lasgun.
lasgun.]]
** Bjorn the Fell-Handed is the oldest SpaceMarine in existence, and remembers walking beside the Emperor and his Primarch ten thousand years ago. Fans like to joke that his His chapter only wakes keeps him in stasis for his own safety, waking him up when they need spiritual guidance. Fans quickly noticed this is basically the same as "waking grandpa up up when they want to hear stories.stories".

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