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26th Jan '16 12:27:41 PM TheDreamer
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Medaka Box example.
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* There have been several cases of this in ''{{Medaka Box}}'': ** When 6 doubles of Medaka Kurokami's suitors were introduced, Najimi Ajimu charged at them, destroying them instantly with use of 600 of her skills. ** Iihiko Shishime manages to kill Najimi Ajimu, who possesses 12,858,051,967,633,865 skills at the time with only a rubber band.
26th Jan '16 7:03:04 AM Awesomekid42
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** After [[spoiler Iggy's death]] Polnareff delivers one to Vanilla Ice before lightly shoving him into the sunlight, killing him.
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** After [[spoiler [[spoiler: Iggy's death]] Polnareff delivers one to Vanilla Ice before lightly shoving him into the sunlight, killing him.
26th Jan '16 7:02:40 AM Awesomekid42
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** After [[spoiler Iggy's death]] Polnareff delivers one to Vanilla Ice before lightly shoving him into the sunlight, killing him.
24th Jan '16 11:25:39 PM M84
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* God Serena proves his former title as the Number One Wizard Saint in Ishgar (meaning he was considered ''the'' greatest wizard on the entire continent) wasn't just for show by [[spoiler:effortlessly defeating his former compatriots the other three Gods of Ishgar and Jura off-panel. He's not even scratched.]]
23rd Jan '16 3:07:00 PM Olli399
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* ''{{One Punch Man}}'' literally takes down any foe with a single punch, no matter the strength of his opponent
15th Jan '16 6:00:44 AM Prometheus117
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* ''Manga/OnePunchMan'': Any fight Saitama participates in is one of these practically by definition. He's never taken any significant damage, his strikes always wreck something or someone horribly, and even when he doesn't pull a OneHitKill right off the bat it only means he's holding back more than usual, be it because he wants to spare the enemy in question or because he wants to pretend the fight's on his level.
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* ''Manga/OnePunchMan'': Any fight Saitama participates in is one of these practically by definition. He's In a world where {{Kaiju}} run rampant and the most powerful heroes in the setting can call down meteors, he's never taken any significant damage, his strikes always wreck something or someone horribly, and even when he doesn't pull a OneHitKill right off the bat it only means he's holding back more than usual, be it because he wants to spare the enemy in question or because he wants to pretend the fight's on his level.level, even if the fight in question is against an [[AlienInvasion alien overlord]] [[EarthShatteringKaboom who can destroy the planet at full power]].
9th Jan '16 9:23:58 AM Revolsin
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* ''Manga/OneOuts'': Close to every pitching Tokuchi does is this. And it's not like his pitches themselves are overpowered, it's just that he's so ridiculously good at mindgames that he ends up curbstomping everyone anyway.
3rd Jan '16 8:05:31 PM Willbyr
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* In ''{{Gamaran}}'' there are plenty of these, usually when a named character takes on the lower members of the opposing schools. In details:
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* In ''{{Gamaran}}'' ''Manga/{{Gamaran}}'' there are plenty of these, usually when a named character takes on the lower members of the opposing schools. In details:
8th Dec '15 9:27:41 PM Gamermaster
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* Tooru and her friends play a game of dodgeball against some people who were bullying Kanna's friend Saikawa in chapter 21 of ''Manga/KobayashiSanChiNoMaidDragon''. Kobayashi's narration even points out how overkill it was to have 4 superpowered dragons take on a group of ordinary, untrained humans.
19th Nov '15 1:01:53 AM Adept
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* ''Manga/SangatsuNoLion'' applies this trope in a battle of wits (i.e. a game of {{shogi}}). In the match between Rei and Shimada, the latter almost immediately guides the former to his loss in the game before he even realizes it. This scenario is specifically invoked at Nikaido's request in a flashback for Shimada to "knock [Rei's] brains out."
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* ''Manga/SangatsuNoLion'' applies this trope in a battle of wits (i.e. a game of {{shogi}}).TabletopGame/{{shogi}}). In the match between Rei and Shimada, the latter almost immediately guides the former to his loss in the game before he even realizes it. This scenario is specifically invoked at Nikaido's request in a flashback for Shimada to "knock [Rei's] brains out."
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