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  • The premier choice in your defensive needs. A great companion for any one handed sword, which in addition to blocking can be used for advanced manners like Shield Bashes.

  • The title robot of Yorkshire Tomlin's 1979 anime series "Mobile Suit Gun dam". Piloted by Amur Ray, it is the basis for every Gun dam series and robot after it, separated itself from the Super Robot genre, and spawned a franchise spanning anime, manga, video games, model kits, and much more.

  • This is the stereotypical dispenser of goodies in many games, especially of the classical Role-Playing Game variety.

  • Nunchaku are typically two wooden or metal batons attached end-to-end with a rope or chain. The weapon may be used as a flail, striking the opponent by swinging the batons, or it may be used to disarm an opponent or make garrote attacks.

  • The Tetromino is any shape constructed using four squares arranged orthogonality. There are only five possible permutations, called the "Free tetrominoes."

  • A usually small 4-wheeled vehicle. In the world of video games, items are frequently thrown out of the back.

  • The TNT crate is found in the Crash Banditry series. Unlike the Nitro crate which was introduced later, the TNT crate must be jumped on to activate its three-second countdown until explosion. If the crate is spun, it will explode instantly.

  • A highly explosive crate which are usually scattered around a level, when touched it instantly explodes with a green colour. The only ways of exploding a nitro crate without hurting yourself is to use a Nitro Switch which blows up all Nitro's it is linked to/In the level.

  • Crystals come in many varieties, although typically they're somehow magical in games. Especially central to the Final Fantasy franchise.

  • The Nu Gun dam is a mobile suit that appears in Mobile Suit Gun dam: Char's Counterattack, and is often Amur Ray's mobile suit of choice in various Gun dam and Super Robot Wars games.

  • They made their first appearance in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. You have to break this item to use your final smash! This items turn the tide of any battle.

  • The Super Mushroom, seen in the Mushroom Kingdom, has many uses. When touched by Mario or Luigi, they grow in size, and can withstand one hit without dying. This hit, however, will revert the plumber in question to his normal state. In kart racing, as in Super Mario Kart, the Super Mushroom gives the kart a speed boost for about a second. During Mario Parties, the Super Mushroom awards the user a 2nd or 3rd die to roll, with the exception of the original Mario Party, where the Super Mushroom, coming from a Mushroom Space, awards the player an additional turn. In the REG based games, such as Super Mario REG, the Paper Mario series, and the Mario & Luigi series, Super Mushrooms are used to replenish HP. In the Super Smash Bros. franchise of games, it makes the character bigger for a little while.

  • This is not an accessory page, so please do not include games which use the Super Scope as a light gun accessory. Only include games in which the Super Scope appears as a weapon or object in the game itself.

  • The banana is a fruit that is commonly seen in video games, particularly those with animals as main characters. It is famous for its sweet taste and affiliation with primates.

  • The beam sword is a melee weapon found in a multitude of games, shows, and movies. Is typically found in sci-fi and fantasy settings.

  • Mechanical bomb that will chase you for a short time until it blows up. I wonder what is going on in their heads. Wind it up, light the fuse, and stand back. 3, 2, 1... BOOM!

  • An enemy ship in the Gala games that can capture the player's ship with a tractor beam. On the next life, the player can shoot down the Boss Gala to reclaim the captured ship and control both at once.

  • The front of the cap typically displays a design or a logo (historically, usually only a sports team, namely a baseball team, or names of relevant companies, when used as a commercial marketing technique). The cap may be "fitted" to the wearer's head or the back may have elastic, a plastic prong-in-a-hole (multiple holes with one prong that can be inserted), Velcro, a zipper, or a tree-glide slide so that it can be quickly adjusted to fit different wearers' heads. The baseball cap is a part of the traditional baseball uniform worn by players, with the brim pointing forward to shield the eyes from the sun. Since the 1980s, varieties of the hat have become prevalent in the United States and many other nations, both for utilitarian (protecting the eyes from the sun) and fashion accessory purposes.

  • A shovel is an item used to dig and move soil, snow, and other surface elements and is used in many simulation games. It can also be used as a weapon in certain games, such as Team Fortress 2 and Grand Theft Auto: San Andrea.

  • A length of exceptionally sharp metal with a handle, used for centuries as the go-to killing device for the human race. It's dead simple: you stick the pointy end in the thing you want to die. Or you could always slash them with the equally sharp sides. That works too.

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  • Masks have a long and fascinating history. They've been worn for many centuries; in fact as soon as identities needed to be hidden, masks came to the fore. Masks have provided us with countless plot twists and numerous red herrings, and it's safe to say they are an integral part of most superhero's (and super villain's) attire. As we can see below, they are worn for various reasons.

  • The weapon of the Norse god Thor usually depicted as a hammer, it is said to be the strongest weapon ever created.

  • The camera is used in many video games for many different reasons. In games such as Pokemon Snap, the camera is used to complete the main objective to progress to the next level. In this case the main objective is to photograph Pokemon. Pokemon Snap is similar to a rail shooter in the sense that all the player could do was photograph. This is not true of other games, where the camera can be used as a secondary object. This is seen in Dead Rising where you play as photojournalist Frank West. Whilst his occupation might imply heavy camera use, within the game photos are not really necessary. Instead they act as a way of completing optional missions and gaining experience to level up.

  • Also known as a cloak. Commonly worn by superheroes, the cape is a very popular object. In certain games, capes can be used to give players the power of flight or invisibility.

  • Armour made from links of metal, chain mail is very effective against cutting weapons, yet is relatively flexible.

  • A series of links, typically of metal, that hold objects together, restrain them, or transmit mechanical power.

  • It's the meanest weapon in horror and construction games. Don't mess with the great communicator.

  • Before the Infinity Stones were separated, they were six singularities and mostly vanished from the Big Bang and became ingots. They are sought after by creatures with powerful strength such as Thanes. They are known as the Infinity Gems in the comics.

  • The Predator is the third Megaphoned combined from the Dark Wild Zords by Zen-Aku. They were later redeemed and used by the Lunar Wolf Ranger. During the final battle with Master Org, they were destroyed along with the Rangers' other Wild Zords and Animus, but were revived and joined forces with all Wild Zords to destroy him.

  • The Key blade is a powerful and mysterious weapon in the universe of Kingdom Hearts. Only those with the strongest of hearts may wield it.

  • A raft is any flat structure for support or transportation over water.[1] It is usually of basic design, characterized by the absence of a hull. Rafts are usually kept afloat by using any combination of buoyant materials such as wood, sealed barrels, or inflated air chambers (such as pontoons), and are typically not propelled by an engine. Rafts are an ancient mode of transport; man made rafts have likely been used as watercraft since the appearance of modern humans.

  • Some games let players use bombs to blow open doors, panels, and windows. The most common use is as a weapon. In Star Wars Jedi Knight II: Jedi Outcast, players can plant detpack bombs near doors or in hallways to kill enemies by surprise. In the Battlefield franchise, players can pack Cs on to vehicles to kill unsuspecting enemies.

  • A porous, absorbent pad made with natural or synthetic fibres. Sea sponges are living animals prior to harvesting.

  • Sand is a fine, granular material composed mainly of rock and mineral, primarily silica. Sand is the primary environment of many games with settings that include deserts, beaches, and the ocean floor, among many others.

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  • When she had dressed herself with much shuddering and chattering, they allayed their internal discomfort by a slender meal of biscuits, got their skates, and went out across the rim meadows, past patient cows breathing clouds of steam, to Wickedness's pond.

  • Known outside of the United States as a football, this item is used to play soccer, the most popular sport in the world.

  • In the game Soda Dungeon sodas are used to attract various types of adventurers to the players tavern. They are also used as permanent upgrades following a reset.

  • A space-based habitat, frequently providing living spaces, scientific facilities, or for defensive purposes.

  • A combo weapon from the Dead Rising franchise as well as from Dead Island and Saints Row: The Third.

  • ‘Two days ago I saw road sweepers and contractors cleaning the streets around Cheesiness and Hook and doing a good job of it.’

  • Syringes are often a means to administrate medicine, it can heal the player, heal allies or patients (this depends of the game). When it comes to be used by enemies or to deal with enemies, syringes are filled with poisons of various kinds or sedatives to kill, disorient, or knock people out. It may happen that syringes are throwing weapons but this is rare.

  • If you love the sweet taste of candy, then you have come to this article. Candy is a sweet object that gives you sugar and it gives you cavities if you eat too much.

  • In Guild Wars players are able to acquire candy canes during the annual Christmas celebrations. Players can get them a number of ways including, random drops from killing monsters, quest rewards, or from opening Winters day Gifts. Candy Canes are considered consumables and when used Candy Canes affect the player or parties Moral/Death Penalty Percentage. Different types of Candy Canes vary in their effect on Moral/Death Penalty. For example the Red Candy Cane removes All Death Penalty, while the Green Candy Cane removes 15% Death Penalty.

  • The Original artillery, and first naval weapon. Cannon's fire massive Iron cannon balls using gun powder and a match to set off the charge in the barrel send the ball at the enemy.

  • There have also been concerts, religious ceremonies, Christmas postdates, and even a human cannonball who catapulted himself into the U.S. from Tijuana in 2005.

  • In video games, the cell phone is most often used to keep in contact with non-player characters and to advance the story line i.e. Grand Theft Auto IV.

  • Clocks are used to tell the time and come in all sorts of varieties. In some games where time is important, there is a clock on the screen at all times.

  • Coal is necessary for a few professions where intense heat is required. Namely glass working, metal crafts, and pottery.

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  • Traffic cones are used mostly in driving and racing games, but have appeared in many other video games as well.

  • The Manikin Neo, or "Beckoning Cat", is a good luck charm intended to increase the owner's wealth and can be found across Japan and China. As such, it also makes several appearances in Japanese video games, often providing a similar benefit.

  • Mushroom is the familiar term used to describe a gulled fungus which may or may not bear a stem. Mushrooms are the "fruit" of spore bearing fungi.

  • An essential substance in any Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles incarnation. It's what created the titular teens as well as other mutated characters.

  • Headbands are worn by many characters. Some symbolize a clan, while others just seem to compliment the characters outfit.

  • You've probably heard the phrase "Wear your helmet" sometime in your life. While in reality it's usually for riding your bike or motorcycle, in games, it's usually because you want to protect your precious brain from bullets, plasma, swords, axes, lances, ninja stars, etc. Of course there are many different types of helmets. There's everything from the warrior helmets that legion soldiers wear in The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion to the Halo helmet in... Halo. They come in all shapes and sizes so long as they fit on your head. They are also in a lot of racing games when the driver is visible.

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  • Standard school uniforms in Japanese, Korean and Taiwanese schools. Male uniforms are typically a white shirt, tie, blazer with school crest, and tailored trousers. Female uniforms are typically white blouse, tie, blazer with school crest, and tartan skirt. Also, most schools will have a summer uniform which is usually a white dress shirt and the uniform slacks for boys and a reduced-weight traditional uniform or blouse and tartan skirt with tie for girls

  • A spear is a pole weapon used for both hunting and war in ancient times. It is made of a shaft (usually made of wood) and a tip made of either stone or some kind of metal. In some cases the shaft itself is sharpened. They lasted as an acceptable weapon from the Stone Age until firearms became popular. Spears could be used for either thrusting or throwing (where it qualifies as a javelin).

  • Considered one of the most frequent and controversial implements of destruction in video games and real life, guns are devices that fire projectiles with explosive force.

  • Often backpacks can contain important items, such as doubling the total amount of ammo that the player can carry.