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14th Oct '17 2:13:20 AM iroanxi
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* ''Fanfic/ForumOfThrones'': Leonard gets into one with Temari, over the latter's sister nonetheless.
** Another brawl breaks out between John and Torrence Bernile, when the former (correctly) interpreted the actions of the latter as trying to break into one of the guest rooms.
23rd Aug '17 9:47:44 PM DrFraud
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A Bar Brawl is a fight scene where the emphasis is less on fighting skill and more on [[KungShui destruction of furniture]]. [[WindowPain Glass will be broken]], [[GrievousBottleyHarm ordinary bottles turned into weapons]], [[TeethFlying teeth are flying]] and very probably [[ChairmanOfTheBrawl a chair as well]], most likely across somebody's back. Someone will probably [[ChandelierSwing swing from a chandelier]], even if there weren't any there to start with. At some point, the fighting will become widespread among the patrons who aren't involved in the instigating argument. A good clue this is about to happen is when ThePianoPlayer secures the piano and leaves (and a subversion is if he's the one ''starting the trouble''). Bonus points if [[DestinationDefenestration someone gets thrown out the window]], or if the guy who starts the fight was actually there to try to PREVENT violence from occurring. In the most over-the-top settings, the brawl starts for a completely banal reason, often a [[EscalatingBrawl random act of violence which swiftly spreads across the local]], and typically sees patrons fighting each other after having been seen chatting friendly among them just until that point. After all is said and done, the last man standing can possibly be witnessed PayingForTheActionScene.

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A Bar Brawl is a fight scene where the emphasis is less on fighting skill and more on [[KungShui destruction of furniture]]. [[WindowPain Glass will be broken]], [[GrievousBottleyHarm ordinary bottles turned into weapons]], [[TeethFlying teeth are flying]] and very probably [[ChairmanOfTheBrawl a chair as well]], most likely across somebody's back. Someone will probably [[ChandelierSwing swing from a chandelier]], even if there weren't any there to start with. At some point, the fighting will become widespread among the patrons who aren't involved in the instigating argument. A good clue this is about to happen is when ThePianoPlayer secures the piano and leaves (and a subversion is if he's the one ''starting the trouble''). Bonus points if [[DestinationDefenestration someone gets thrown out the window]], or if the guy who starts the fight was actually there to try to PREVENT violence from occurring. In the most over-the-top settings, the brawl starts for a completely banal reason, often a [[EscalatingBrawl random act of violence which swiftly spreads across the local]], locale]], and typically sees patrons fighting each other after having been seen chatting friendly among them just until that point. After all is said and done, the last man standing can possibly be witnessed PayingForTheActionScene.
10th Aug '17 8:09:21 PM Gregzilla
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* Referenced in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. Amon briefly mentions an incident involving a drunk [[TeamDad Shinohara]] starting one of these, beating up 20 coworkers in the process. It is apparently famous within the [[CreatureHuntingOrganization CCG]], and the reason people don't let him drink anymore.

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* Referenced in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. Amon briefly mentions an incident involving a drunk [[TeamDad Shinohara]] starting one of these, beating up 20 coworkers in the process. It is apparently famous within the [[CreatureHuntingOrganization [[CreatureHunterOrganization CCG]], and the reason people don't let him drink anymore.
10th Aug '17 8:07:10 PM Gregzilla
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* Referenced in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. Amon briefly mentions an incident involving a drunk [[TeamDad Shinohara]] starting one of these, beating up 20 coworkers in the process. It is apparently famous within the [[TheHunter CCG]], and the reason people don't let him drink anymore.

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* Referenced in ''Manga/TokyoGhoul''. Amon briefly mentions an incident involving a drunk [[TeamDad Shinohara]] starting one of these, beating up 20 coworkers in the process. It is apparently famous within the [[TheHunter [[CreatureHuntingOrganization CCG]], and the reason people don't let him drink anymore.
8th Aug '17 7:49:37 PM Wyvernil
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* Having codified the idea of YouAllMeetInAnInn, whenever the party in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' enters a tavern, chances are that a brawl will follow. Whether or not said brawl is instigated by the PlayerCharacters is an open question. The fifth edition of the game even introduces a "Tavern Brawler" feat that improves a character's ability to wield improvised weapons like chairs or mugs... perfect for when the situation in the tavern turns ugly.
25th Jul '17 7:24:50 AM Briguy52748
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* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'': Several episodes, where the Boar's Nest was usually heavily damaged. Invariably, the Duke boys were involved.
8th Jul '17 7:05:53 AM ZimFan89
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Castlevania}}'' has one break out in the second episode between Trevor and a bunch of village drunks who [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer blame the Belmonts for Dracula's rampage]].
4th Jul '17 12:24:38 PM Adeon
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* In ''Literature/TroyRising'' Chief Barnett starts a bar brawl with a bunch of AsteroidMiners as a means of helping Dana cope with her [[SurvivorGuilt PTSD]].
30th Jun '17 12:07:47 PM DarkHunter
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** In the Citadel DLC of ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', a group of drunks decide to harrass Commander Shepard and Ashley Williams in a bar. Both of them are ''Spectres'' (the most elite law enforcers in the entire galaxy). This does not end well for the drunks.

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** In the Citadel DLC of ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', a group of drunks decide to harrass harass Commander Shepard and Ashley Williams in a bar. Both of them are ''Spectres'' (the most elite law enforcers in the entire galaxy). This does not end well for the drunks.



'''Outlaw''': YouAndWhatArmy?\\

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'''Outlaw''': YouAndWhatArmy?\\YouAndWhatArmy\\
30th Jun '17 12:04:13 PM DarkHunter
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* ''Franchise/MassEffect'':
** In the Citadel DLC of ''VideoGame/MassEffect3'', a group of drunks decide to harrass Commander Shepard and Ashley Williams in a bar. Both of them are ''Spectres'' (the most elite law enforcers in the entire galaxy). This does not end well for the drunks.
** ''VideoGame/MassEffectAndromeda'': Ryder and Drack can get into one on Kadara. Given the combination of lots of alcohol and extremely angry outlaws, it's a wonder it didn't happen sooner, frankly.
--->'''Ryder''': If you wanna start this, I'm going to ''finish'' it.\\
'''Outlaw''': YouAndWhatArmy?\\
'''Ryder''': I don't ''need'' an army, I got a krogan!
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