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13th Jun '16 2:57:06 AM jormis29
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* ''{{Prey}}'''s alien world is chock full of annoying crab-like three-legged things. They don't really do anything other than walk around... and explode, vigorously, should you tear off their legs. Or you can stuff them into a pneumatic launcher, giving the local equivalent of a grenade launcher. Talk about [[{{Pun}} live grenades]].

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* ''{{Prey}}'''s ''VideoGame/Prey2006'''s alien world is chock full of annoying crab-like three-legged things. They don't really do anything other than walk around... and explode, vigorously, should you tear off their legs. Or you can stuff them into a pneumatic launcher, giving the local equivalent of a grenade launcher. Talk about [[{{Pun}} live grenades]].
30th May '16 8:24:45 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''Manga/TegamiBachi'' has Letter Bees (postmen with special training to fight enormous monsters) tote around a special kind of gun that shoots a fragment of their 'Heart', something equivalent to their life force in this series. They're important because Letter Bees drag letters around a dark, miserable world where 70% of the land is crawling with giant almost-invincible monsters in order to do their jobs...

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* ''Manga/TegamiBachi'' ''Manga/LetterBee'' has the titular Letter Bees (postmen with special training to fight enormous monsters) tote around a special kind of gun that shoots a fragment of their 'Heart', something equivalent to their life force in this series. They're important because Letter Bees drag letters around a dark, miserable world where 70% of the land is crawling with giant almost-invincible monsters in order to do their jobs...
26th May '16 10:29:25 AM Someoneman
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** In the ''Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep'' DLC, there's the SWORDSPLOSION!!! E-tech shotgun, which fires ''[[MadeofExplodium exploding swords]]''. Except saying just that would be a gross oversimplification: each primary sword is like a MIRV grenade, as in when it hits and explodes it showers the area with child projectiles (which are also swords) that explode as well. The Casual variant[[note]]characterized by the vertical foregrip[[/note]], which adds two more primary swords with no drawbacks, is a carpet-bombing GameBreaker capable of cleaning out a room full of mooks before the user has to reload.

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** In the ''Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep'' DLC, there's the SWORDSPLOSION!!! E-tech shotgun, which fires ''[[MadeofExplodium exploding swords]]''. Except saying just that would be a gross oversimplification: each primary sword is like a MIRV grenade, as in when it hits and explodes it showers the area with child projectiles (which are also swords) that explode as well. The Casual variant[[note]]characterized by the vertical foregrip[[/note]], which adds two more primary swords with no drawbacks, is a carpet-bombing GameBreaker carpet-bomber capable of cleaning out a room full of mooks before the user has to reload.



* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' used to feature special ammo for your guns that could put your enemies to sleep, poison them or [[GameBreaker charm them.]]

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* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' used to feature special ammo for your guns that could [[StandardStatusEffects put your enemies to sleep, poison them or [[GameBreaker charm them.]]
23rd May '16 8:20:20 PM merotoker
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* The Sonic Driver (Sonic Power Cannon in the dub) in ''Anime/SonicX'' that fires the title character as its ammo counts here. Shadow was also fired from here twice (once by himself as an attempt by Tails to save Cosmo from being killed by him, and the second time was [[HeartwarmingMoments when Shadow willingly went into the canon with Sonic and he accepted the help]] [[{{Tearjerker}} knowing that they both may not survive the attack on Dark Oak.]].

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* The Sonic Driver (Sonic Power Cannon in the dub) in ''Anime/SonicX'' that fires the title character as its ammo counts here. Shadow was also fired from here twice (once by himself as an attempt by Tails to save Cosmo from being killed by him, and the second time was [[HeartwarmingMoments [[Heartwarming/SonicX when Shadow willingly went into the canon with Sonic and he accepted the help]] [[{{Tearjerker}} knowing that they both may not survive the attack on Dark Oak.]].]]



** Usopp uses pachinko balls for his slingshot Kabuto and whatever he could get his hands on prior to that (Rotten eggs, Tabasco balls, small rocks...). [[spoiler: After the TimeSkip, he uses Pop Greens, insta-growing plant seeds]].

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** Usopp uses pachinko balls for his slingshot Kabuto and whatever he could get his hands on prior to that (Rotten eggs, Tabasco balls, small rocks...). [[spoiler: After the TimeSkip, he uses Pop Greens, insta-growing plant seeds]].seeds.]]



* Tsurara Shirayuki from ''Manga/RosarioPlusVampire'' uses ice bullets to [[ColdSniper snipe]] people. They melt, leaving no evidence.

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* Tsurara Shirayuki from ''Manga/RosarioPlusVampire'' ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' uses ice bullets to [[ColdSniper snipe]] people. They melt, leaving no evidence.



* In ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'', the Judges' standard Lawgiver sidearm has several types of unusual ammunition in addition to standard ammunition which can be easily switched as needed. These types include ricochet, heatseeking, incendiary, armour piercing and high explosive. All of the above are usable in the {{FPS}} video game too.

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* In ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'', the Judges' standard Lawgiver sidearm has several types of unusual ammunition in addition to standard ammunition which can be easily switched as needed. These types include ricochet, heatseeking, incendiary, armour piercing and high explosive. All of the above are usable in the {{FPS}} {{F|irstPersonShooter}}PS video game too.



* ''FanFic/FalloutEquestriaProjectHorizons'' features Blackjack's super gun "Trottenheimer's Folly" which fires what are called "Silver Bullets" that are made of [[spoiler:Moonstone, Asteroids/Sky Iron/Star Bones, and Radioactive Magical Mutation Goo.]]

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* ''FanFic/FalloutEquestriaProjectHorizons'' features Blackjack's super gun "Trottenheimer's Folly" which fires what are called "Silver Bullets" that are made of [[spoiler:Moonstone, Asteroids/Sky Iron/Star Bones, and Radioactive Magical Mutation Goo.]]Goo]].



** The second film gives us the "jelly guns" which, as the name implies, fire [[LethalChef foul-tasting]] [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage jam]] [[spoiler:that contains an antidote to the PX-41 serum, returning all Gru's minions back to normal when hit.]] The fart gun also makes an appearance as well.

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** The second film gives us the "jelly guns" which, as the name implies, fire [[LethalChef foul-tasting]] [[SeparatedByACommonLanguage jam]] [[spoiler:that contains an antidote to the PX-41 serum, returning all Gru's minions back to normal when hit.]] hit]]. The fart gun also makes an appearance as well.



* In ''Film/KillerKlownsFromOuterSpace'', the LoveInterest is attacked by a Klown who blasts her with ''popcorn''. When she gets home safely and takes a shower, the popcorn kernels come to life and grow into worm-like Klown larvae, which attack her when she's leaving the bathroom.

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* In ''Film/KillerKlownsFromOuterSpace'', the LoveInterest {{Love Interest|s}} is attacked by a Klown who blasts her with ''popcorn''. When she gets home safely and takes a shower, the popcorn kernels come to life and grow into worm-like Klown larvae, which attack her when she's leaving the bathroom.



** In ''The Holmes-Dracula File'', the Count made a point of congratulating Holmes for thinking to use wooden bullets. This one is a fairly common strain of Abnormal Ammo. It's the secret weapon used to tip the balance of power between warring vampire factions in the film ''Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat'', while the vampire-hunter squad in the excellent TV series ''{{Ultraviolet}}'' use a high-tech, hardened-carbon variant.

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** In ''The Holmes-Dracula File'', the Count made a point of congratulating Holmes for thinking to use wooden bullets. This one is a fairly common strain of Abnormal Ammo. It's the secret weapon used to tip the balance of power between warring vampire factions in the film ''Sundown: The Vampire In Retreat'', while the vampire-hunter squad in the excellent TV series ''{{Ultraviolet}}'' ''Series/{{Ultraviolet}}'' use a high-tech, hardened-carbon variant.



* ''Literature/TenSixtySixAndAllThat'' explains that one advantage of the [[EnglishCivilWar Roundheads]] having perfectly round heads was that, "if any man lost his head in action, it could be used as a cannon-ball by the artillery (which was done at the Siege of Worcester)."

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* ''Literature/TenSixtySixAndAllThat'' explains that one advantage of the [[EnglishCivilWar [[UsefulNotes/EnglishCivilWar Roundheads]] having perfectly round heads was that, "if any man lost his head in action, it could be used as a cannon-ball by the artillery (which was done at the Siege of Worcester)."



** In the episode "The Shot in the Dark", [[spoiler: a stalker at the Jeffersonian shot Brennan in the chest. While she was recovering from the gunshot, the Squints were stymied at the lack of either a bullet or an exit wound. Hodgins considered the ice bullet theory, but recognized that ice bullets would vaporize in a conventional gun due to the heat of igniting gunpowder, and since ice is less dense than lead they wouldn't do that much damage anyway. He later suggested the theory that Brennan's would-be killer used a high-powered air-brush as his 'gun', and froze human blood inside a container of liquid nitrogen to produce the bullets; since blood plasma is denser than water, the frozen blood would make an effective bullet, and melt seemingly without a trace. The fact that Brennan at one point suffered complications from receiving the wrong bloodtype, although hospital records confirmed she received the correct type, also pointed to a blood bullet. Brennan was able to prove Hodgins' theory by undergoing exploratory surgery that allowed the doctors to retrieve traces of the blood bullet that nicked her ribs.]]

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** In the episode "The Shot in the Dark", [[spoiler: a stalker at the Jeffersonian shot Brennan in the chest. While she was recovering from the gunshot, the Squints were stymied at the lack of either a bullet or an exit wound. Hodgins considered the ice bullet theory, but recognized that ice bullets would vaporize in a conventional gun due to the heat of igniting gunpowder, and since ice is less dense than lead they wouldn't do that much damage anyway. He later suggested the theory that Brennan's would-be killer used a high-powered air-brush as his 'gun', and froze human blood inside a container of liquid nitrogen to produce the bullets; since blood plasma is denser than water, the frozen blood would make an effective bullet, and melt seemingly without a trace. The fact that Brennan at one point suffered complications from receiving the wrong bloodtype, although hospital records confirmed she received the correct type, also pointed to a blood bullet. Brennan was able to prove Hodgins' theory by undergoing exploratory surgery that allowed the doctors to retrieve traces of the blood bullet that nicked her ribs.]]ribs]].






** VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas has the trusty 12 Gauge shotgun, which can be loaded with coin shot (a shotgun shell loaded not with lead, but with [[MoneyToBurn legion denari]]). Especially [[{{Irony}} ironic]] if you use it to [[BoomHeadshot render unto Caesar what is his]].

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** VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' has the trusty 12 Gauge shotgun, which can be loaded with coin shot (a shotgun shell loaded not with lead, but with [[MoneyToBurn legion denari]]). Especially [[{{Irony}} ironic]] if you use it to [[BoomHeadshot render unto Caesar what is his]].



* ''RiseOfLegends'' has a number of these, especially from the SteamPunk "Vinci" factions. Standouts are the Doge Cannon and Doomcannon, both of which can fire a poison gas, shrapnel, or explosive shell; or the ability of certain heroes to fire flare rockets that turn into so-called "Holdout Towers".

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* ''RiseOfLegends'' ''VideoGame/RiseOfLegends'' has a number of these, especially from the SteamPunk "Vinci" factions. Standouts are the Doge Cannon and Doomcannon, both of which can fire a poison gas, shrapnel, or explosive shell; or the ability of certain heroes to fire flare rockets that turn into so-called "Holdout Towers".



* ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'': Citan built the Buntline, a Gear that can [[TransformingMecha transform]] into a giant gun. Its ammo? Its own ''cockpit'', pilot and all.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Xenogears}}'': Citan built the Buntline, a Gear that can [[TransformingMecha transform]] {{transform|ingMecha}} into a giant gun. Its ammo? Its own ''cockpit'', pilot and all.



** ''Turok 2'' had the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CaiXVbFZXI Cerebral Bore]], which is often ranked among the greatest guns in {{FPS}} history to this day. It fires a bore that locks onto an enemy's brainwaves in order to track them. Once it makes contact with the target's skull, ''[[{{Gorn}} it drills into their cranium and expels their brain matter through a small funnel]], [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill before exploding with predictable results]]''.

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** ''Turok 2'' had the [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8CaiXVbFZXI Cerebral Bore]], which is often ranked among the greatest guns in {{FPS}} {{F|irstPersonShooter}}PS history to this day. It fires a bore that locks onto an enemy's brainwaves in order to track them. Once it makes contact with the target's skull, ''[[{{Gorn}} it drills into their cranium and expels their brain matter through a small funnel]], [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill before exploding with predictable results]]''.



* ''VideoGame/RevolutionX'', the SpiritualSequel to MidwayGames' ''Terminator 2 - The Arcade Game'', had the player armed with a machine gun...as well as a launcher that fired ''exploding CD's''. As a powerup, the player could also upgrade to '''''Laserdiscs!'''''
* The Angelic Rifle in ''VideoGame/{{Baroque}}'' shoots [[spoiler:tiny winged babies that are living, sentient incarnations of pain.]]
* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' lets you uses dispensers as turrets. While they can "fire" out anything you stuff into them, most of it just falls down harmlessly. Though you can have them fire arrows, [[KillItWithFire incendiary ammunition]], potions of all kinds (including [[HealingShiv healing ones]]), snowballs, and [[EdibleAmmo eggs]]. Eggs which may spawn baby chicken upon hitting the ground. Most of these can also be thrown by hand.

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* ''VideoGame/RevolutionX'', the SpiritualSequel to MidwayGames' Creator/MidwayGames' ''Terminator 2 - The Arcade Game'', had the player armed with a machine gun...as well as a launcher that fired ''exploding CD's''. As a powerup, the player could also upgrade to '''''Laserdiscs!'''''
* The Angelic Rifle in ''VideoGame/{{Baroque}}'' shoots [[spoiler:tiny winged babies that are living, sentient incarnations of pain.]]
pain]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' lets you uses dispensers as turrets. While they can "fire" out anything you stuff into them, most of it just falls down harmlessly. Though you can have them fire arrows, [[KillItWithFire incendiary ammunition]], potions of all kinds (including [[HealingShiv healing ones]]), snowballs, and [[EdibleAmmo [[EdibleAmmunition eggs]]. Eggs which may spawn baby chicken upon hitting the ground. Most of these can also be thrown by hand.



* ''{{Videogame/Metro2033}}'''s Volt Driver/Hellbreath and Tihar fire ball bearings instead of bullets; the former with [[MagneticWeaponry magnetic rails]], and the latter with compressed air, both of which have to manually be charged/pumped up. And since [[PracticalCurrency pre-war military ammo is used as currency]], regular rifles literally shoot money.

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* ''{{Videogame/Metro2033}}'''s Volt Driver/Hellbreath and Tihar fire ball bearings instead of bullets; the former with [[MagneticWeaponry [[MagneticWeapons magnetic rails]], and the latter with compressed air, both of which have to manually be charged/pumped up. And since [[PracticalCurrency pre-war military ammo is used as currency]], regular rifles literally shoot money.






* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''

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* ''WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants''''WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants''



** Another episode has Spongebob behind the controls of a ''dishwasher turret'', one so powerful that Spongebob resorts to [[StuffBlowingUp crossing the streams]] in order to clean a stubborn stain from a plate, and ends up ''destroying the Krusty Krab in the process.'' If [[FridgeLogic you're wondering how beams of soap, water, and steel wool]] can cause any sort of explosion, [[RuleOfFunny don't]].
** Spongebob himself ingests cleaners/soap bubbles and chews up bars of soap for use in battle. He's also an efficient snowball cannon.

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** Another episode has Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] behind the controls of a ''dishwasher turret'', one so powerful that Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] resorts to [[StuffBlowingUp crossing the streams]] in order to clean a stubborn stain from a plate, and ends up ''destroying the Krusty Krab in the process.'' If [[FridgeLogic you're wondering how beams of soap, water, and steel wool]] can cause any sort of explosion, [[RuleOfFunny don't]].
** Spongebob [=SpongeBob=] himself ingests cleaners/soap bubbles and chews up bars of soap for use in battle. He's also an efficient snowball cannon.



--> '''Unknown poster''': What we need is a [[UpToEleven ship]] that [[DeathInAllDirections shoots]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill ships]] at [[LudicrousGibs them]].

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--> '''Unknown poster''': What we need is a [[UpToEleven ship]] that [[DeathInAllDirections [[MultiDirectionalBarrage shoots]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill ships]] at [[LudicrousGibs them]].



* During the nuclear test sequence ''Upshot-Knothole'' in 1953, test ''Grable'' fired an 11-inch nuclear warhead from a specially constructed artillery piece known as "Atomic Annie." This is fairly unconventional in itself, but more so if it's noted that the W9 warhead used was of similar construction to the "[[TypesOfNuclearWeapons gun-type]]" "Little Boy" bomb dropped on Hiroshima. This therefore marks perhaps the only time in history that [[RecursiveAmmo a gun has been fired out of a gun]]. The design of "Little Boy" featured a core of barely sub-critical reaction mass, with an additional radioactive slug stored separately with a gunpowder charge. At a certain altitude the gunpowder would be detonated, propelling the slug into the main core, causing it to reach critical mass and explode. Thus, the ''Grable'' test featured ''a bomb, set off by a gun, fired from another gun''.

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* During the nuclear test sequence ''Upshot-Knothole'' in 1953, test ''Grable'' fired an 11-inch nuclear warhead from a specially constructed artillery piece known as "Atomic Annie." This is fairly unconventional in itself, but more so if it's noted that the W9 warhead used was of similar construction to the "[[TypesOfNuclearWeapons "[[UsefulNotes/TypesOfNuclearWeapons gun-type]]" "Little Boy" bomb dropped on Hiroshima. This therefore marks perhaps the only time in history that [[RecursiveAmmo a gun has been fired out of a gun]]. The design of "Little Boy" featured a core of barely sub-critical reaction mass, with an additional radioactive slug stored separately with a gunpowder charge. At a certain altitude the gunpowder would be detonated, propelling the slug into the main core, causing it to reach critical mass and explode. Thus, the ''Grable'' test featured ''a bomb, set off by a gun, fired from another gun''.
22nd May '16 12:51:31 PM erforce
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* ''VideoGame/ToeJamAndEarl'' has you using tomatoes as your primary attack. The first sequel has bottles. No, they don't break on enemies and hurt them; they open and suck enemies in, rather like the ghost trap in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.

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* ''VideoGame/ToeJamAndEarl'' has you using tomatoes as your primary attack. The first sequel has bottles. No, they don't break on enemies and hurt them; they open and suck enemies in, rather like the ghost trap in ''Film/{{Ghostbusters}}''.''Franchise/{{Ghostbusters}}''.
8th May '16 2:22:08 AM Shadeblade11
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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure''--

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* ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure''--''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure''--


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** Part 7 has Johnny Joestar shoot his ''own nails'' via his Stand, Tusk.
1st May '16 5:51:31 PM Aspr3
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* In ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'', while [[Serge's]] [[BottomlessMagazines "Phantom Shot"]] provides him with an infinite amount of ordinary ammunition, his revolver, Lucky Seven, fires magical bullets. He tends to prefer {{Fireballs}}.

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* In ''Webcomic/ZokushoComics'', while [[Serge's]] Serge's [[BottomlessMagazines "Phantom Shot"]] provides him with an infinite amount of ordinary ammunition, his revolver, Lucky Seven, fires magical bullets. He tends to prefer {{Fireballs}}.



* The standard ''Webcomic/GenocideMan'' handgun is a railgun that shoots nickel-plated plastic needles, not really that deadly by themselves so they're tipped with [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarin Sarin-M]].
* ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' ran [[http://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2008/9/12/diplomatic-route/ a World of Warcraft-based strip]] where they cover Sinistine, Bow of the Black Maiden - a bow that shoots ''witches'' instead of arrows.

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* The standard ''Webcomic/GenocideMan'' handgun is a railgun that shoots nickel-plated plastic needles, not really that deadly by themselves so they're tipped with [[http://en.[[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarin Sarin-M]].
* ''Webcomic/PennyArcade'' ran [[http://www.[[https://www.penny-arcade.com/comic/2008/9/12/diplomatic-route/ com/comic/2008/09/12 a World of Warcraft-based strip]] where they cover Sinistine, Bow of the Black Maiden - a bow that shoots ''witches'' instead of arrows.
27th Apr '16 11:00:17 PM Homemaderat
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* In the Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon ''WesternAnimation/RicochetRabbit'', the title character had an arsenal of trick bullets, each one unique.

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* In the Creator/HannaBarbera cartoon ''WesternAnimation/RicochetRabbit'', ''WesternAnimation/RicochetRabbitAndDroopALongCoyote'', the title character had an arsenal of trick bullets, each one unique.
25th Apr '16 2:04:41 PM REV6Pilot
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** E-Tech weapons use Eridian technology to turn bullets into what can only be described as "stuff that ain't bullets." What exactly that "stuff" is depends on the weapon type, and sometimes the manufacturer -- E-Tech pistols fire spikes that stick in a target and shatter after a few seconds, for instance.
** In the ''Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep'' DLC, there's the SWORDSPLOSION!!! E-tech shotgun, which fires ''[[MadeofExplodium exploding swords]]''. Except saying just that would be a gross oversimplification: each primary sword is like a MIRV grenade, as in when it hits and explodes it showers the area with child projectiles (which are also swords) that explode as well. The Casual variant[[note]]characterized by the vertical foregrip[[/note]], which adds two more primary swords with no drawbacks, it's a carpet-bombing GameBreaker capable of cleaning out a room full of mooks before the user has to reload.

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** E-Tech weapons use Eridian technology to turn bullets into what can only be described as "stuff that ain't bullets." What exactly that "stuff" is depends on the weapon type, and sometimes the manufacturer -- E-Tech pistols fire spikes that stick in a target and shatter after a few seconds, for instance.
instance. Shotguns (save for the example below) fire giant globs of (presumably) acid, fire, electricity or slag.
** In the ''Tiny Tina's Assault on Dragon Keep'' DLC, there's the SWORDSPLOSION!!! E-tech shotgun, which fires ''[[MadeofExplodium exploding swords]]''. Except saying just that would be a gross oversimplification: each primary sword is like a MIRV grenade, as in when it hits and explodes it showers the area with child projectiles (which are also swords) that explode as well. The Casual variant[[note]]characterized by the vertical foregrip[[/note]], which adds two more primary swords with no drawbacks, it's is a carpet-bombing GameBreaker capable of cleaning out a room full of mooks before the user has to reload.reload.
** The whole of Maliwan counts. Even their non-E-tech guns seem to distill normal bullets into elemental plasma, and their magazines look more like battery packs. Also, their pistols always consume 2 rounds per shot just like E-tech ones.
14th Apr '16 5:09:01 PM Nohbody
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* One of the bonus guns obtained in ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' is the Omochao gun, which, just like you would think, fires the [[StopHelpingMe Omochao]] from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2: Battle''.

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* One of the bonus guns obtained in ''VideoGame/ShadowTheHedgehog'' is the Omochao gun, which, just like you would think, fires the [[StopHelpingMe [[AnnoyingVideoGameHelper Omochao]] from ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2: Battle''.
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