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25th May '18 10:17:06 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* Watari, the [[OldMaster mysterious]] [[BadassGrandpa guardian]] and [[BattleButler right-hand man]] to L in ''Manga/DeathNote''. He wears a [[ConspicuousTrenchcoat trench coat]], dark glasses and a trilby hat when working with L outside of headquarters to conceal his identity as a notorious inventor named Quillish Wammy.

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* Watari, the [[OldMaster mysterious]] [[BadassGrandpa [[BattleButler mysterious guardian]] and [[BattleButler [[NumberTwo right-hand man]] to L in ''Manga/DeathNote''. He wears a [[ConspicuousTrenchcoat trench coat]], dark glasses and a trilby hat when working with L outside of headquarters to conceal his identity as a notorious inventor named Quillish Wammy.
23rd May '18 9:30:27 PM BattleMaster
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* ComicBook/{{Gambit}} of ComicBook/XMen fame is seldom seen without his brown longcoat.

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* ComicBook/{{Gambit}} of ComicBook/XMen fame is seldom seen without his brown longcoat.longcoat, the sleeves of which being a perfect place to store his [[DeathDealer signature weapon]].
28th Apr '18 3:07:13 AM SebastianGray
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** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', the traditional outfit of [[StealthExpert House Delaque]] is a long, flowing trench coat in the style of a spy or privet investigator. These coats are perfect for concealing weaponry and add to the House's secret agent visual theme.

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** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', the traditional outfit of [[StealthExpert House Delaque]] is a long, flowing trench coat in the style of a spy or privet private investigator. These coats are perfect for concealing weaponry and add to the House's secret agent visual theme.
28th Apr '18 3:04:59 AM SebastianGray
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* Commissar Literature/CiaphasCain ('''HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!''') in Creator/SandyMitchell's novels of the ''[[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Warhammer 40K]]'' setting, who kicks ass and takes names while wearing a huge, red-sashed and gold-trimmed greatcoat, complete with [[CommissarCap natty cap]].

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* Commissar Literature/CiaphasCain ('''HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!''') in Creator/SandyMitchell's novels of the ''[[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Warhammer 40K]]'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' setting, who kicks ass and takes names while wearing a huge, red-sashed and gold-trimmed greatcoat, complete with [[CommissarCap natty cap]].



* ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'':
** Imperial Commissars, who have absolutely no qualms with [[BadBoss summarily executing their men]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe cowardice, disobedience, incompetence, fighting amongst themselves, drinking on duty, looking at heretical materials, wearing the wrong cap-badge, sneezing on the Emperor's holy icons....]] *cough* Literature/CiaphasCain * coughcough* I mean most Commissars are also Badass enough to scare their underlings more than whatever horrors are faced. As mentioned in the Literature section above, though, some Commissars are more Badass than others.
** Cypher The Fallen one, and indeed all "The Fallen" Dark Angels have taken to wear Badass Longcoats, in theory to hide their identities. As they are seven to eight foot tall, and tend to wear their longcoats over their bulky Power Armour, its less than effective at hiding, but more than effective at showing off the Badass
** On a larger scale, several units of the Imperial Guard wear longcoats. The Death Korps of Krieg wear UsefulNotes/WorldWarI French-style greatcoats combined with German helmets and gasmasks that make them pull off a truly badass GasmaskLongcoat look. The Valhallan Ice Warriors, who are based on the [[RedsWithRockets Red Army]] of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, wear greatcoats as well.
** The MadDoctor Fabius Bile wears a long lab coat made from stitched-together human skins. If anything is the last word in badass evil mad scientist gear, it's that.

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''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'':
** *** Imperial Commissars, who have absolutely no qualms with [[BadBoss summarily executing their men]] for [[YouHaveFailedMe cowardice, disobedience, incompetence, fighting amongst themselves, drinking on duty, looking at heretical materials, wearing the wrong cap-badge, sneezing on the Emperor's holy icons....]] *cough* Literature/CiaphasCain * coughcough* I mean most Commissars are also Badass enough to scare their underlings more than whatever horrors are faced. As mentioned in the Literature section above, though, some Commissars are more Badass than others.
** Cypher The Fallen one, and indeed all "The Fallen" Dark Angels have taken to wear Badass Longcoats, in theory to hide their identities. As they are seven to eight foot tall, and tend to wear their longcoats over their bulky Power Armour, its less than effective at hiding, but more than effective at showing off the Badass
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*** On a larger scale, several units of the Imperial Guard wear longcoats. The Death Korps of Krieg wear UsefulNotes/WorldWarI French-style greatcoats combined with German helmets and gasmasks that make them pull off a truly badass GasmaskLongcoat look. The Valhallan Ice Warriors, who are based on the [[RedsWithRockets Red Army]] of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII, wear greatcoats as well.
** *** The MadDoctor Fabius Bile wears a long lab coat made from stitched-together human skins. If anything is the last word in badass evil mad scientist gear, it's that.that.
** In ''TabletopGame/{{Necromunda}}'', the traditional outfit of [[StealthExpert House Delaque]] is a long, flowing trench coat in the style of a spy or privet investigator. These coats are perfect for concealing weaponry and add to the House's secret agent visual theme.
19th Apr '18 4:42:30 PM KradEelav
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* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Riley and Tristan get individual ones when powered up.



* ''Webcomic/{{MAG ISA}}'' -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/119653 This garment seems to be standard fare among the bad guys in this comic]]. Eman is the exception though because he stopped being bad.
* In ''Webcomic/SupernormalStep'', [[StateSec Henderson Security]] incorporates a duster in its uniforms. Hall Henderson in particular works the coat.



* ''Webcomic/IronCrown'' has a few: most notably Commander Isandar of the titular mercenary Brigade who regularly faces off against demons in it, plus or minus a shotgun. Who says you can't look stylish in what amounts to an extended EscortMission?
* ''Webcomic/{{MAG ISA}}'' -- [[http://mag-isa.thecomicseries.com/comics/pl/119653 This garment seems to be standard fare among the bad guys in this comic]]. Eman is the exception though because he stopped being bad.



* Axel from ''Webcomic/{{Yosh}}''. He may not have guns to pull from his coat, but the demons he summons make up the difference and then some. He's a master of demonic magic [[spoiler: and known to be one of the strongest magic users in the entire series, wearing the title of The Vile and being almost on par with the Magi]].

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* Axel from ''Webcomic/{{Yosh}}''. He may not have guns to pull from his coat, but In ''Webcomic/SupernormalStep'', [[StateSec Henderson Security]] incorporates a duster in its uniforms. Hall Henderson in particular works the demons he summons make up the difference and then some. He's a master of demonic magic [[spoiler: and known to be one of the strongest magic users in the entire series, wearing the title of The Vile and being almost on par with the Magi]].coat.



* ''Webcomic/AngelMoxie'': Riley and Tristan get individual ones when powered up.


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* Axel from ''Webcomic/{{Yosh}}''. He may not have guns to pull from his coat, but the demons he summons make up the difference and then some. He's a master of demonic magic [[spoiler: and known to be one of the strongest magic users in the entire series, wearing the title of The Vile and being almost on par with the Magi]].
8th Apr '18 5:00:40 PM nombretomado
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%% ZeroContextExample, also, how does it even count, does she even at least do her usual badass schtick wearing it in the opening?

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%% ZeroContextExample, Administrivia/ZeroContextExample, also, how does it even count, does she even at least do her usual badass schtick wearing it in the opening?
23rd Mar '18 7:16:46 PM Owlorange1995
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* The BigBad of ''Disney/BigHero6'', Yokai, wears an ankle-length black coat with a prominent collar to help throw off attempts to identify him.
18th Mar '18 4:36:45 PM IsaChan
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* The character Xavier Draven in the ''RolePlay/DeadlyMistakes'' role-play wears one.
15th Mar '18 5:10:51 AM gb00393
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** Daenerys dons a grey mink fur-lined asymmetrical robe during the Field of Fire 2.0, then a silver-white number for a flight beyond the Wall.
14th Mar '18 6:28:24 PM vexusdylandasecond
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** [[SnakesAreSinister Ethan's has snakes on it.]]
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