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5th Jul '16 12:54:48 PM WildKatGirl
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[[Just For Fun / I Thought That Was Not to be confused with]] the notably blade-free ''Film/BladeRunner'', or the villain from ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'' who is named for the film.

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[[Just For Fun / I Thought That Was [[JustForFun/IThoughtThatWas Not to be confused with]] the notably blade-free ''Film/BladeRunner'', or the villain from ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'' who is named for the film.
5th Jul '16 12:54:21 PM WildKatGirl
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Not to be confused with the notably blade-free ''Film/BladeRunner'', or the villain from ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'' who is named for the film.

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[[Just For Fun / I Thought That Was Not to be confused with with]] the notably blade-free ''Film/BladeRunner'', or the villain from ''Series/TensouSentaiGoseiger'' who is named for the film.
10th Jun '16 8:09:53 PM TheBigBopper
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** Much later, Guts uses Azan's spiked staff as a ramp to get past him so that he can bull-rush Farneze.

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** Much later, Guts uses Azan's spiked staff as a ramp to get past him so that he can bull-rush Farneze.Farnese.
9th Mar '16 8:49:15 PM TheBigBopper
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* In ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', where Griffith jumps up on Guts' [[{{BFS}} sword]] in their fight. Much later, Guts uses Azan's spiked sraff as a ramp to get past him.

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* ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'':
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In ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'', where Guts and Griffith's duel on the hill to decide whether he will join the Hawks, Guts swings a mighty blow with his BFS only for Griffith jumps up to suddenly dodge, and then land with his feet balanced on Guts' [[{{BFS}} sword]] blade and his saber pointed at Guts' face. Pointing out that Guts won't be able to lift his sword with the extra weight on it, Griffith invites him to surrender, but Guts responds by [[NowThatsUsingYourTeeth biting down on Griffith's sword point]] and using his sword as a lever to send both of them tumbling down the hill, where they engage in their fight. fisticuffs.
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Much later, Guts uses Azan's spiked sraff staff as a ramp to get past him.him so that he can bull-rush Farneze.
17th Nov '15 3:46:16 PM Twiddler
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* In ''WebAnimation{{Bunnykill}} 4'', [[BigBad Flint]] does this to [[ActionGirl Ruby]]'s double-sided polearm.

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* In ''WebAnimation{{Bunnykill}} ''WebAnimation/{{Bunnykill}} 4'', [[BigBad Flint]] does this to [[ActionGirl Ruby]]'s double-sided polearm.
17th Nov '15 6:10:10 AM darkhabit
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** Her older sister Winter pulls off the technique in her debut fight. It may be a family trick. Like Weiss's example, its justified because the person she does this to is strong enough to create a crater in the pavement with his swing.
13th Nov '15 5:03:04 AM StFan
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* Optimus Prime has performed this in his FinalBattle with Megatron in ''Anime/TransformersArmada'' by running along a metal pole both had been using to trade blows beforehand.
* In ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'', one of the short segments called "Program" feature 2 shipmates within a feudal era Japan simulation. In sparring one of the shipmates jumps to avoid her companions' polearm slashing at her, and she lands on the blade.



[[folder:Western Animation]]
* Optimus Prime has performed this in his FinalBattle with Megatron in ''[[{{Transformers}} Transformers Armada]]'' by running along a metal pole both had been using to trade blows beforehand.
* In ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'', one of the short segments called "Program" feature 2 shipmates within a feudal era Japan simulation. In sparring one of the shipmates jumps to avoid her companions' polearm slashing at her, and she lands on the blade.
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13th Nov '15 5:02:01 AM StFan
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* In ''SoulEater'', Giroko [[http://xreader.net/Soul-Eater/26/14 runs along Chrona's sword.]]

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* In ''SoulEater'', ''Manga/SoulEater'', Giroko [[http://xreader.net/Soul-Eater/26/14 runs along Chrona's sword.]]



* Toshiro of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' does this to Gin Ichimaru during their fight scene, though his weight ''does'' causes Gin's sword to drop to the ground.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'':
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Toshiro of ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' does this to Gin Ichimaru during their fight scene, though his weight ''does'' causes Gin's sword to drop to the ground.



* Hiko Seijuro of ''RurouniKenshin'' does one of these after a NoOneCouldSurviveThat moment while facing off with a ''giant''. The fun part is that he's standing ''on the bottom of the sword''.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'':
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Hiko Seijuro of ''RurouniKenshin'' of does one of these after a NoOneCouldSurviveThat moment while facing off with a ''giant''. The fun part is that he's standing ''on the bottom of the sword''.



* Played RELATIVELY straight in ''Manga/FutabakunChange'', where a SUMO-WRESTLER does this. The owner of the sword couldn't hold for long.
* Not yet outdone by Katsuhiko Masaki, Tenchi's grandfather in the eponymous ''TenchiMuyo''...by standing ''on a lightsaber''.
* In ''AppleseedExMachina'', Deunan runs upon an enemy's outstretched HumongousMecha hand, taking the direct route to his cockpit. It's not the same as the blade but looks just as awesome.

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* Played RELATIVELY straight in ''Manga/FutabakunChange'', ''Manga/FutabaKunChange'', where a SUMO-WRESTLER does this. The owner of the sword couldn't hold for long.
* Not yet outdone by Katsuhiko Masaki, Tenchi's grandfather in the eponymous ''TenchiMuyo''...''Anime/TenchiMuyo''...by standing ''on a lightsaber''.
* In ''AppleseedExMachina'', ''Anime/AppleseedExMachina'', Deunan runs upon an enemy's outstretched HumongousMecha hand, taking the direct route to his cockpit. It's not the same as the blade but looks just as awesome.



* ''Anime/DevilHunterYohko'' uses this, though she seems to have more of an 'Eep!' reaction to the attack. Of course, she then uses it as a springboard to make a classic anime flying sword strike.

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* ''Anime/DevilHunterYohko'' ''Anime/DevilHunterYohko'': Yohko uses this, though she seems to have more of an 'Eep!' "Eep!" reaction to the attack. Of course, she then uses it as a springboard to make a classic anime flying sword strike.



* A variation in ''SaintSeiya'': After Shun has sent his Andromeda Chain towards an opponent and ensnared a piece of scenery, said opponent usually leaps onto the chain (which is attached to Shun's gauntlet) and kicks him in the face.

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* A variation in ''SaintSeiya'': ''Manga/SaintSeiya'': After Shun has sent his Andromeda Chain towards an opponent and ensnared a piece of scenery, said opponent usually leaps onto the chain (which is attached to Shun's gauntlet) and kicks him in the face.



-->'''"[[CharClone Char Aznable]]"''': [[GagDub My God, she's standing on it]].

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-->'''"[[CharClone Char Aznable]]"''': Aznable]]":''' [[GagDub My God, she's standing on it]].



* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'': Fate Averruncus does a variation where he briefly balances on Negi's fist. Negi himself balances on [[spoiler:Yue's]] sword/lance hybrid thing a couple chapters later.

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* ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'': ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'':
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Fate Averruncus does a variation where he briefly balances on Negi's fist. fist.
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Negi himself balances on [[spoiler:Yue's]] sword/lance hybrid thing a couple chapters later.



* Done twice in {{Claymore}} : the first one is a classical blade run executed by Theresa, the second one is a [[CombatTentacles tongue run]] done by Clare.

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* Done twice in {{Claymore}} : ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'': the first one is a classical blade run executed by Theresa, the second one is a [[CombatTentacles tongue run]] done by Clare.




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* Pai Mei does this to the Bride in ''Film/KillBill: Part 2''. Rather than attack her with his own sword, he simply makes a smartass remark and kicks her in the face.
* ''Film/CrouchingTigerHiddenDragon'' practically introduced the mainstream west to this trope.

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* Pai Mei does this ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren'': In duels, Kadaj or his companions frequently run on Cloud's sword which, to be fair, ''is'' [[{{BFS}} the Bride in ''Film/KillBill: Part 2''. Rather than attack her with his own sword, he simply makes size of a smartass remark and kicks her in the face.
* ''Film/CrouchingTigerHiddenDragon'' practically introduced the mainstream west to this trope.
gangplank]].



[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Pai Mei does this to the Bride in ''Film/KillBill: Part 2''. Rather than attack her with his own sword, he simply makes a smartass remark and kicks her in the face.
* ''Film/CrouchingTigerHiddenDragon'' practically introduced the mainstream west to this trope.
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* [[Literature/TheAdventuresOfSamuraiCat Miaowara Tomokato]] does this with a lance, during the Knights of the Round Table segment of ''More Adventures''.

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* [[Literature/TheAdventuresOfSamuraiCat ''Literature/TheAdventuresOfSamuraiCat'': Miaowara Tomokato]] Tomokato does this with a lance, during the Knights of the Round Table segment of ''More Adventures''.



* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': This can easily be done with stunts, or the correct Charms. (Seriously, [[Film/{{Dodgeball}} you can stand on a spiderweb, you can stand on a sword]])

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': This can easily be done with stunts, or the correct Charms. (Seriously, [[Film/{{Dodgeball}} you can stand on a spiderweb, you can stand on a sword]])sword]].)



* An unlockable video in ''{{Prince of Persia}}: Warrior Within'' features the Prince doing this on the handle of a halberd, after a Sand Monster struck at him, and missed (naturally).

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* An unlockable video in ''{{Prince of Persia}}: ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersia: Warrior Within'' features the Prince doing this on the handle of a halberd, after a Sand Monster struck at him, and missed (naturally).



* Dark Link is capable of doing this in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' if you use the stab move to attack him by freezing Link in place somehow and jumping onto the blade. This can be used to your advantage, however; if you use the broken "Giant's Knife" or the Biggoron Sword, he falls off. The other way to bypass this ability is to [[DropTheHammer use a weapon other than a sword]].
** What makes it worse is that, as the fight goes on, he'll stab you whenever he does this. This becomes incredibly annoying, given that most players will at this time be conditioned to stab a fleeing enemy.

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* Dark Link is capable of doing this in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' if you use the stab move to attack him by freezing Link in place somehow and jumping onto the blade. This can be used to your advantage, however; if you use the broken "Giant's Knife" or the Biggoron Sword, he falls off. The other way to bypass this ability is to [[DropTheHammer use a weapon other than a sword]].
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sword]]. What makes it worse is that, as the fight goes on, he'll stab you whenever he does this. This becomes incredibly annoying, given that most players will at this time be conditioned to stab a fleeing enemy.



* VideoGame/SoulSeries:

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* VideoGame/SoulSeries:''VideoGame/SoulSeries'':



* Reversed in ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren'', where in duels, Kadaj or his companions frequently run on Cloud's sword which, to be fair, ''is'' [[{{BFS}} the size of a gangplank]].
* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', Vamp does this to Raiden in their fight in South America at the end of Act II.

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* Reversed in ''Anime/FinalFantasyVIIAdventChildren'', where in duels, Kadaj or his companions frequently run on Cloud's sword which, to be fair, ''is'' [[{{BFS}} the size of a gangplank]].
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''Franchise/MetalGear'':
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In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4'', Vamp does this to Raiden in their fight in South America at the end of Act II.



[[folder:Webcomics]]
* [[http://www.centralcitytower.com/2012/05/page-by-page-224-forcible-arms.html Kareem runs along Noor's fist constructs]] in {{Project 0}} this way.
* Justified in ''Webcomic/NoNeedForBushido'': the main character Yori leaps onto Ken's sword - which is absolutely ''[[{{BFS}} massive]]''. That entire fight is a ShoutOut to Kenshin's fight with Sanosuke mentioned above, after all.
* As with so much else, [[http://www.adventurers-comic.com/d/20030619.html parodied]] in ''Webcomic/{{Adventurers}}!''
* [[http://www.thedreamlandchronicles.com/the-dreamland-chronicles/chapter-03/page-142/ This]] strip of ''TheDreamlandChronicles'' is a rare case where the character jumping onto the sword happens on screen. Vaguely justified as this is dreamworld, so regular physics don't necessarily apply.
* Ada in ''Webcomic/TheStoryOfAnima'' does this with someone's ''[[http://tapastic.com/episode/49413 fist]]''.
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* In ''WebAnimation{{Bunnykill}} 4'', [[BigBad Flint]] does this to [[ActionGirl Ruby]]'s double-sided polearm.



[[folder:Web Original]]
* In ''{{Bunnykill}} 4'', [[BigBad Flint]] does this to [[ActionGirl Ruby]]'s double-sided polearm.

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Comics]]
* In ''{{Bunnykill}} 4'', [[BigBad Flint]] [[http://www.centralcitytower.com/2012/05/page-by-page-224-forcible-arms.html Kareem runs along Noor's fist constructs]] in ''Webcomic/{{Project 0}}'' this way.
* Justified in ''Webcomic/NoNeedForBushido'': the main character Yori leaps onto Ken's sword -- which is absolutely ''[[{{BFS}} massive]]''. That entire fight is a ShoutOut to Kenshin's fight with Sanosuke mentioned above, after all.
* As with so much else, [[http://www.adventurers-comic.com/d/20030619.html parodied]] in ''Webcomic/{{Adventurers}}!''
* [[http://www.thedreamlandchronicles.com/the-dreamland-chronicles/chapter-03/page-142/ A strip]] of ''Webcomic/TheDreamlandChronicles'' is a rare case where the character jumping onto the sword happens on screen. Vaguely justified as this is dreamworld, so regular physics don't necessarily apply.
* Ada in ''Webcomic/TheStoryOfAnima''
does this to [[ActionGirl Ruby]]'s double-sided polearm.with someone's ''[[http://tapastic.com/episode/49413 fist]]''.



1st Nov '15 5:13:21 AM SSJMagus
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* Justified in ''Webcomic/NoNeedForBushido'': the main character Yori leaps onto Ken's sword - which is absolutely ''[[{{BFS}} massive]]''.

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* Justified in ''Webcomic/NoNeedForBushido'': the main character Yori leaps onto Ken's sword - which is absolutely ''[[{{BFS}} massive]]''. That entire fight is a ShoutOut to Kenshin's fight with Sanosuke mentioned above, after all.
1st Nov '15 5:11:48 AM SSJMagus
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* Dark Link is capable of doing this in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' if you use the stab move to attack him by freezing Link in place somehow and jumping onto the blade. This can be used to your advantage, however; if you use the broken "Giant's Knife" or the Biggoron Sword, he falls off.

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* Dark Link is capable of doing this in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime'' if you use the stab move to attack him by freezing Link in place somehow and jumping onto the blade. This can be used to your advantage, however; if you use the broken "Giant's Knife" or the Biggoron Sword, he falls off. The other way to bypass this ability is to [[DropTheHammer use a weapon other than a sword]].
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