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  • ...ランドー|Dio Burandō}}, later dubbing himself simply '''DIO''', is a fictional character created by [[Hirohiko Araki]] as the villain of part one, ''[[Pha ==Fictional character biography==
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  • | genre = [[Fictional crossover|Media crossover]], [[Documentary film|Web-based documentary]] ...ure]] and [[video games]], and create a simulated battle to the death. The characters are analyzed with their respective powers, strengths, and weaknesses, to de
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  • {{short description|Fictional horse in the Masters of the Universe franchise}} ...irst; an energy beam from the stone in the center of Adora's sword is shot at Spirit.
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  • '''Trinity''' is a [[fictional character]] in [[The Matrix (franchise)|''The Matrix'' franchise]]. She is ...relationship with [[Neo (The Matrix)|Neo]]. She is skilled with computers, at operating vehicles both inside and outside the Matrix, and in martial arts.
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  • {{mergeto|List of minor characters in the Matrix series|date=June 2015}} | significantother = [[Morpheus (The Matrix)|Morpheus]]<br>[[List of minor characters in the Matrix series#Lock|Jason Locke]]
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  • ...k|editor-first = Fiona C.|accessdate = 12 August 2014|quote = the name Neo can, in fact, be an anagram for 'one'.}}</ref> ...(named after the film's production designer). In high school, he excelled at science, math and computer courses, and displayed an aptitude for literatur
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  • '''Agent Smith''' is a fictional character in the [[The Matrix (franchise)|''The Matrix'' franchise]]. He is ...0-greatest-movie-characters/default.asp?c=84 |title=The 100 Greatest Movie Characters&#124; 84. Agent Smith &#124; Empire |publisher=www.empireonline.com |date=2
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  • '''Agents''' are a group of characters in [[The Matrix (franchise)|''The Matrix'' franchise]]. They are [[sentient .../> They are guardians within the computer-generated world of the [[Matrix (fictional universe)|Matrix]], protecting it from anyone or anything (most often [[Red
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  • '''Rapido''' is a [[fictional character]] in the ''[[Transformers]]'' series. His is the commander of the ...nd.''"<br/>"''How do you say? Ah, yes, ''purament magnifico!'' Meaning you can fight with style!''" <small>(''Timelines'')</small>
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  • ...rlin (Stargate)|Orlin]], and the weapon created by the character [[Ancient characters in Stargate#Moros.2FMyrddin.2FMerlin|Merlin]] to destroy ascended beings. H ...ere of a sun into energy without damage, giving it the ability to recharge at any point in travel. This unending power supply allowed the ''Destiny'' to
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of Transformers supporting characters|timestamp=20160805234632|year=2016|month=August|day=5|substed=yes|help=off} ...e place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=List of Transformers supporting characters|date=5 August 2016|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • {{Article for deletion/dated|page=List of superhuman features and abilities in fiction|timestamp=20180626171533|year=2018|month= ...cussion is closed, please place on talk page: {{Old AfD multi|page=List of superhuman features and abilities in fiction|date=26 June 2018|result='''keep'''}} -->
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  • ...is a supernatural ability possessed by a [[ninja]]. The series occurs in a fictional universe in which different countries fight for power using ninja soldiers. ...]]s.<ref name="NarutoCentralInterview"/> The hand seals are based upon the characters of the [[Chinese zodiac]], which is a longstanding tradition in Japan, and
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  • ...erican version of several series, he is voiced by [[John Moschitta, Jr.]], who held the [[Guinness Book of World Records]] title for world's fastest talke ...e = 2008-05-07 | url = https://www.forbes.com/lifestyle/2008/05/07/fastest-fictional-cars-forbeslife-cx_mn_de_0507sort.html | accessdate=2008-05-16}}</ref>
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  • |powers=Superhuman strength, speed, stamina and durability<br>Ability to mystically track and '''Kurse''' is the name of two [[fictional character]]s appearing in [[American comic book]]s published by [[Marvel Co
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  • |powers=Superhuman strength<br>Enhanced speed, stamina, hearing and vision<br>Limited invulner ==Fictional character biography==
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  • ...iverse]], an [[anthropomorphic]] [[turtle]]. Fastback is a [[superhero]] who lived on the otherdimensional world of [[Multiverse (DC Comics)|Earth-C]] ( ==Fictional character biography==
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  • ...Teleportation<br>Ability to destroy objects by simply passing through them at high velocities The '''Runner''' ('''Gilpetperdon''') is a fictional character appearing in [[American comic book]]s published by [[Marvel Comic
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  • '''Noh-Varr''' is a fictional [[superhero]] appearing in [[American comic book]]s published by [[Marvel C ...The writer [[Brian Michael Bendis]] has said "what he represents is Norman can put an alien on the team, whose [sic] one of the Anti-Skrulls. It's like, '
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  • ...the Matrix.<br>Able to harness psionic light to create blinding blasts.<br>Can illuminate lost memories through a psychic link. '''Blithe''' is a [[fictional character]] from [[DC Comics]]' ''[[Supergirl (comic book)|Supergirl]]'' se
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