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17th Apr '18 8:05:46 PM SamCurt
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* In ''Manga/ComicGirls'', TheHero of [[SequentialArtist Tsubasa]]'s {{shonen}} is a traditional hero wearing this and EyepatchOfPower. Tsubasa herself sometimes wear both when she acts him out for story writing.
2nd Apr '18 8:47:51 AM gemkazoni
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* Mojo Jojo from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has a long purple cape that is almost always billowing menacingly to the side when he's threatening the girls, even in scenes where they're not outside and there can't be any wind.
16th Mar '18 10:12:24 AM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': The Master of the Dammed's cape is white, and the only article of clothing he wears. (Unless you count his mask.)
15th Mar '18 5:09:04 AM gb00393
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* A lot of characters in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' wear them, including the Kingsguard, the Night's Watch, and a lot of characters from the North. Robb Stark stands out in particular, being a peerless general who wears a magnificent fur-lined cape in almost all of his scenes after his crowning. [[spoiler: He even dies wearing a particularly elegant one.]] Members of the City Watch of King's Landing are known colloquially as "gold cloaks" because of their conspicuous gold cloaks. Roose owns a very dashing fur cloak, complete with a subtle CapeSwish in Season 2. He also fought with his men as can be seen with the blood on his face. However, this is {{defied}} by Bronn, who insists a cape slows you down in a fight. The Northmen have even an iconic style of capes and cloaks secured by belts crossing on chest. Nowadays, when you see these X-belts, you immediately think "Game of Thrones!".

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* A lot of characters in ''Series/GameOfThrones'' wear them, including the Kingsguard, the Night's Watch, and a lot of characters from the North. Robb Stark stands out in particular, being a peerless general who wears a magnificent fur-lined cape in almost all of his scenes after his crowning. [[spoiler: He even dies wearing a particularly elegant one.]] Members of the City Watch of King's Landing are known colloquially as "gold cloaks" because of their conspicuous gold cloaks. Roose owns a very dashing fur cloak, complete with a subtle CapeSwish in Season 2. He also fought with his men as can be seen with the blood on his face. However, this is {{defied}} by Bronn, who insists a cape slows you down in a fight. The Northmen have even an iconic style of capes and cloaks secured by belts crossing on chest. Nowadays, when you see these X-belts, you immediately think "Game of Thrones!". Daenerys wears a travelling cloak during her time conquering the slave cities and she has several half-cape ensembles once she reaches Westeros.
6th Mar '18 8:53:43 PM nombretomado
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* Many ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' characters love their capes, hero and villain alike. More prominent in the earlier games which took place in medieval settings with Creator/YoshitakaAmano as the designer, once ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' hit and the series shifted to a modern setting designed by TetsuyaNomura, the characters prefer to use {{Badass Longcoat}}s. However, capes still appear.

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* Many ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' characters love their capes, hero and villain alike. More prominent in the earlier games which took place in medieval settings with Creator/YoshitakaAmano as the designer, once ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' hit and the series shifted to a modern setting designed by TetsuyaNomura, Creator/TetsuyaNomura, the characters prefer to use {{Badass Longcoat}}s. However, capes still appear.
26th Feb '18 12:46:50 PM MasterFuzzy
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** [[spoiler: Wanda Maximoff]] wears one, which billows dramatically during her first on screen appearance - backlit by a [[DeathFromAbove pillar of flame]] which starts tearing through an army of the dead.

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** [[spoiler: Wanda Maximoff]] wears one, which billows dramatically during her first on screen appearance - backlit by a [[DeathFromAbove pillar of flame]] which starts tearing through an army of the dead.undead.
5th Feb '18 3:08:37 AM Dghcrh
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* Kidou Yuutou from ''VideoGame/InazumaEleven'' wears cape while ''playing soccer''. He's the first one to completely [[CurbStompBattle curb-stomp]] the main team.
27th Jan '18 6:28:08 AM fruitstripegum
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformersTheMovie'', Starscream wears a cape for his coronation.
13th Jan '18 7:29:03 PM erforce
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* Magneto's in the ''Film/XMen'' films, as part of his supervillain outfit.

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* Magneto's in the ''Film/XMen'' films, ''Film/XMenFilmSeries'', as part of his supervillain outfit.
3rd Jan '18 1:39:03 PM Derkhan
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* ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'': When he is introduced in ''Literature/MidnightTides'', Scabandari is wearing the scaled hide of a [[LizardFolk K'Chain Che'Malle]] [[HiveQueen Matron]] as a cape. It is so freshly acquiered that is still glistens with the Matron's natural oils.
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