History CurbStompBattle / WebOriginal

27th Apr '17 11:01:21 PM iroanxi
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* ''Roleplay/ThereIsNoGATEWeDidNotFightThere'': The interlude *Banish The Darkness/Find The Light* showcases the ''absolute massacre'' of every beast of the swamp that ambushes the camp at Swampbreak by the 22nd legion when they are empowered by the power of Julianne and Hestia, through Lena's prayer. They rightfully earn the moniker of "the Champions of the Flame," empowered of the Hearth and Civilization.
** Kytheus proceeds to cleave the heads of a hydra in one swing, before killing the dark-robed figure riding it with another blow. Kytheus destroyed the boss monster and enemy leader/hero in ''two swings.''
22nd Apr '17 6:07:10 PM nombretomado
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* [[BigBad Mecha Sonic]] (to be renamed Metalix in the reboot) in ''SuperMarioBrosZ'' practically specializes in this, having technically only been defeated ''once'' (thanks to a [[DeusExMachina conveniently-produced Super Star]]), but the two instances that specifically qualify as this trope would be the {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s of Yoshi, then later the Axem Rangers and the Koopa Bros. (Yoshi at least got better. The others [[KilledOffForReal didn't.]])

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* [[BigBad Mecha Sonic]] (to be renamed Metalix in the reboot) in ''SuperMarioBrosZ'' ''WebAnimation/SuperMarioBrosZ'' practically specializes in this, having technically only been defeated ''once'' (thanks to a [[DeusExMachina conveniently-produced Super Star]]), but the two instances that specifically qualify as this trope would be the {{No Holds Barred Beatdown}}s of Yoshi, then later the Axem Rangers and the Koopa Bros. (Yoshi at least got better. The others [[KilledOffForReal didn't.]])
21st Apr '17 3:52:18 PM StFan
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* ''Literature/{{Enter the Farside}}'': In Entrance: 1-8, [[spoiler:Jolly]] picks a fight with [[spoiler:Shaun]]. After [[spoiler:Jolly and Shaun trade blows, with neither of them giving ground at all, Jolly realises he can't hurt Shaun and he's just keeping him occupied. Jolly tries to go to attack the people he ''can'' hurt, Visionary and Tether. Shaun realises this and grabs him before he can, then ends the fight in two punches before launching him out of a window with a single shove.]]
* In the MyLittlePony fan video ''WebOriginal/ElementsOfCringe'', Flame Majesty is able to OneShot three [[PhysicalGod Alicorn Princesses in a roe]], after becoming one himself.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' condenses the Garlic Jr. Saga into one episode. This is due to Garlic Jr. running into [[EldritchAbomination Mr. Popo]] right out of the gate.
** Goku vs. Nappa can be included, even though the entirety of the battle occurs off screen.

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* ''Literature/{{Enter the Farside}}'': ''Literature/EnterTheFarside'': In Entrance: 1-8, [[spoiler:Jolly]] picks a fight with [[spoiler:Shaun]]. After [[spoiler:Jolly and Shaun trade blows, with neither of them giving ground at all, Jolly realises he can't hurt Shaun and he's just keeping him occupied. Jolly tries to go to attack the people he ''can'' hurt, Visionary and Tether. Shaun realises this and grabs him before he can, then ends the fight in two punches before launching him out of a window with a single shove.]]
* In the MyLittlePony fan video ''WebOriginal/ElementsOfCringe'', Flame Majesty is able to OneShot three [[PhysicalGod Alicorn Princesses in a roe]], after becoming one himself.
* ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' condenses the Garlic Jr. Saga into one episode. This is due to Garlic Jr. running into [[EldritchAbomination Mr. Popo]] right out of the gate.
** Goku vs. Nappa can be included, even though the entirety of the battle occurs off screen.
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16th Apr '17 5:48:48 AM NightShade96
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* [[ButtMonkey Superman]] is subjected to three of these in the ''WebAnimation/CartoonHooligans'' episode "What If Superman Got Sick?!", the first with ComicBook/{{Darkseid}} and the next two with the rest of the Justice League (bonus points for all of them involving actual stomping on Superman).
13th Apr '17 6:23:01 PM nombretomado
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* Though it mostly happened off-camera, the fight between [[spoiler:Evan and [[TheSlendermanMythos Slendy]]]] in WebVideo/EverymanHybrid seemed to be this. [[spoiler:Evan swung [[BatterUp a baseball bat at Slendy]], who blocked it with something like telekinesis and seemed to wreak internal damage on Evan. Surprisingly realistic BloodFromTheMouth ensued.]]

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* Though it mostly happened off-camera, the fight between [[spoiler:Evan and [[TheSlendermanMythos [[Franchise/TheSlenderManMythos Slendy]]]] in WebVideo/EverymanHybrid seemed to be this. [[spoiler:Evan swung [[BatterUp a baseball bat at Slendy]], who blocked it with something like telekinesis and seemed to wreak internal damage on Evan. Surprisingly realistic BloodFromTheMouth ensued.]]
9th Apr '17 9:27:48 AM Yukianesa
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** Neo vs. Yang is a much less funny, more horrific example. Yang was lucky to leave the encounter alive. [[spoiler:Although it isn't too surprising that she gave the rookie huntress trouble: later on, [[OneManArmy she casually defeats an entire warship's armed crew on her own]].]]

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** Neo vs. Yang Torchwick's second battle against Blake in "No Brakes" doesn't really go well for him.
** Yang's clash with Neo, also in "No Brakes",
is a much less funny, more horrific example. Neo defeats Yang was lucky to leave the encounter alive. [[spoiler:Although it isn't too surprising that she gave totally without being hit once and the rookie huntress trouble: later on, would have certainly been killed if not for outside intervention. [[spoiler:Later on in Volume 3, [[OneManArmy she Neo casually defeats an entire warship's armed crew on her own]].]]



** In Volume 3, [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Mercury and Emerald]] finally get their spot in the limelight by [[TheWorfEffect mopping the floor with]] the experienced Beacon second-years Coco and Yatsuhashi.
** An [[NightmareFuel even more horrific example]] is in "Heroes and Monsters", when [[spoiler:Adam defeats both Blake and Yang at once, leaving both girls with serious injuries, and the latter ''[[AnArmAndALeg minus an arm]]''.]]

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** In Volume 3, [[ThoseTwoBadGuys Mercury and Emerald]] finally get their spot in the limelight by [[TheWorfEffect mopping the floor with]] the experienced Beacon second-years Coco and Yatsuhashi.
Yatsuhashi. In that same episode, Qrow horribly defeats Yang and Ruby... at video games, to the extent the game loudly declares [[FlawlessVictory "TOTAL ANNIHILATION!"]]
** An [[CerebusSyndrome even more]] [[NightmareFuel even more horrific example]] horrific]] example is in "Heroes and Monsters", when [[spoiler:Adam defeats both Blake and Yang at once, leaving both girls with serious injuries, and the latter ''[[AnArmAndALeg minus an arm]]''.]]]]
** In the second chapter of the manga, Ruby is put up against Cardin in a surprise mock fight by Goodwitch and Ruby beats him handily.
17th Jan '17 1:48:07 PM boxorak
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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoiler: trying to trick the nations of Earth into [[LetsYouAndHimFight fighting amongst each other]]]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].

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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoiler: trying to trick the nations of Earth into [[LetsYouAndHimFight fighting amongst each other]]]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic the least controllable angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), down by human aircraft), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].
16th Jan '17 5:05:33 PM boxorak
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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoilers: trying to trick the nations of Earth into [[LetsYouAndHimFight fighting amongst each other]]]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].

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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoilers: [[spoiler: trying to trick the nations of Earth into [[LetsYouAndHimFight fighting amongst each other]]]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].
16th Jan '17 5:04:55 PM boxorak
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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoilers: trying to cajole the nations of Earth to [[LetsYouAndHimFight fight amongst each other]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].

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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoilers: trying to cajole trick the nations of Earth to into [[LetsYouAndHimFight fight fighting amongst each other]].other]]]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].
16th Jan '17 5:04:05 PM boxorak
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** In ''Pantheocide'', [[ArchangelMichael Michael]] fears that the angels would be on the receiving end of one if Humanity ever found a way into Heaven, so the war between Heaven and Earth consists mostly of various disasters being dumped onto Earth (though this is partially because Yahweh believes his own propaganda and thus the angelic game plan follows the Book of Revelation to the letter), as well as [[spoilers: trying to cajole the nations of Earth to [[LetsYouAndHimFight fight amongst each other]]. It's later revealed that [[spoiler: Michael is taking advantage of this, choosing problematic angels and sending them out to pour the Bowls of Wrath (and invariably get shot down), and convincing [[PersonOfMassDestruction Uriel]] to attack towns where he'll be attacked by the Military and hopefully killed]].
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