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8th Apr '17 5:05:39 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the power armor in ''{{Rifts}}'' has this, notably the Glitterboy and its variant armor.

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* Most of the power armor in ''{{Rifts}}'' ''{{TabletopGame/Rifts}}'' has this, notably the Glitterboy and its variant armor.
2nd Jul '16 1:01:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'': the Toa Hordika's Rhotuka Spinners.

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* ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'': ''Toys/{{BIONICLE}}'': the Toa Hordika's Rhotuka Spinners.
8th Jun '16 8:53:32 PM Stealth
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* The TriggerHappy ManChild known as Metal-Head on ''WesternAnimation/GIJoeARealAmericanHero'' packs a pair of back-mounted guided missile launchers as his primary weapons, which he likes to fire at every opporutnity. He also has [[LegCannon hip mounted missile packs]], but those see less use.
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6th Jun '16 6:07:54 PM WarioGuy
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** Blastoise from [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Gen I]] is a giant turtle with two cannons in its shell! Its SuperMode introduced in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' changes it to one large cannon while giving it two [[ArmCannon arm-mounted cannons]].

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** Blastoise (pictured image) from [[VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue Gen I]] is a giant turtle with two cannons in its shell! Its SuperMode introduced in ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' changes it to one large cannon while giving it two [[ArmCannon arm-mounted cannons]].
28th Mar '16 9:05:09 AM Prfnoff
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* VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.
* "VideoGame/{{Destiny}}" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]

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* VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': UsefulNotes/IshikawaGoemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.
* "VideoGame/{{Destiny}}" ''VideoGame/{{Destiny}}'' has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]
16th Dec '15 9:42:33 AM Piando
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* Seeing as the class is a straight-up {{expy}} of [[Franchise/StarWars Boba/Jango Fett]], Bounty Hunters in ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' have an attack or two that launches rockets out of their jetpack.

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* Seeing as the class is a straight-up {{expy}} of [[Franchise/StarWars Boba/Jango Fett]], Bounty Hunters in ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' have an attack or two that launches rockets out of their jetpack.{{jetpack}}.



* "VideoGame/Destiny" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]

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* "VideoGame/Destiny" "VideoGame/{{Destiny}}" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]
15th Dec '15 6:02:59 AM Twinna
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''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.
"VideoGame/Destiny" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]

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''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': * VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.
* "VideoGame/Destiny" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]
15th Dec '15 6:00:27 AM Twinna
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* ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.

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* ''VideoGame/SamuraiWarriors'': Ishikowa Goemon has an actual cannon strapped to his back that he uses in various combo attacks as well as his Musou attack. In the first game he could also use it to blast open certain walls on some levels, revealing hidden loot or shortcuts.shortcuts.
"VideoGame/Destiny" has Valus Tlu'urn, a Cabal commander who has a giant artillery cannon as his weapon of choice. [[note]]This is due to the Cabal specialising in wars of attrition. Tlu'urn's cannon has recharging arc cells as noted in his [[AllThereintheManual Grimore]] card which means that he is able to fire it indefinitely.[[/note]]
9th Nov '15 10:05:55 AM StFan
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* The [[CodeGeass Lancelot Conquista]]'s main weapon is the large [[WaveMotionGun Hadron Blaster]] on it's back that folds forward and docks with the [[{{BFG}} VARIS rifle]] in order to fire. And it's so freaking powerful that nothing [[LensmanArmsRace except the Guren SEITEN's upgraded radiant wave surger]] can stop it.
* The eponymous Dougram of ''Anime/FangOfTheSunDougram'' has a gigantic linear cannon mounted on its back--to fire it, it's pulled down over its left shoulder.

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* ''Anime/CodeGeass'': The [[CodeGeass Lancelot Conquista]]'s Conquista's main weapon is the large [[WaveMotionGun Hadron Blaster]] on it's its back that folds forward and docks with the [[{{BFG}} VARIS rifle]] in order to fire. And it's so freaking powerful that nothing [[LensmanArmsRace except the Guren SEITEN's upgraded radiant wave surger]] can stop it.
* The eponymous Dougram of ''Anime/FangOfTheSunDougram'' has a gigantic linear cannon mounted on its back--to back -- to fire it, it's pulled down over its left shoulder.



* In ''ComicBook/TransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers'', Ironfist's lightformer cannon ''is'' his backpack... but he has to take it off to use it.

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* In ''ComicBook/TransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers'', ''ComicBook/TheTransformersLastStandOfTheWreckers'':
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Ironfist's lightformer cannon ''is'' his backpack... but he has to take it off to use it.



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22nd Oct '15 8:52:47 AM Medinoc
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* The ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' boss "Overlord" has a back-mounted rocket launcher.

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* The ''VideoGame/DukeNukem3D'' boss "Overlord" has a back-mounted rocket launcher. In fact, the manual says that's about all that's known about it.
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