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20th Feb '17 4:22:54 AM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:350:"From here you can get an excellent view of my foot."]]

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18th Feb '17 1:13:56 PM AnotherGamer
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* ''VideoGame/DevilMayCry'' has an optional variant of this with Shadows, transforming liquid panther beasts: one of their attacks is quickly turning into a spike and stabbing Dante with it, which can be countered by doing a low jump to avoid it, allowing Dante to land on it and shoot at their now-exposed core, potentially reducing them to critical health right away if you're quick enough.
12th Oct '16 7:45:46 PM erforce
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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII,'' when fighting [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean Captain Barbossa]], Sora stomps down on Barbossa's sword, pinning it to the ground. Barbossa goes for his gun, and Sora goes for his Keyblade. Rather a cool moment.

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* In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII,'' when fighting [[PiratesOfTheCaribbean [[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean Captain Barbossa]], Sora stomps down on Barbossa's sword, pinning it to the ground. Barbossa goes for his gun, and Sora goes for his Keyblade. Rather a cool moment.
12th Oct '16 6:17:18 AM Galacton
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Can rarely be justified by anything other than RuleOfCool, as a 70kg warrior with leverage on your arm is not something you'd call trivial. It may be {{justified|Trope}}/{{handwave}}d with SuperStrength.

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Can rarely be justified by anything other than RuleOfCool, as a 70kg warrior with leverage on your arm is not something you'd call trivial. It may be {{justified|Trope}}/{{handwave}}d {{justified|Trope}} with SuperStrength.
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.
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