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18th Feb '18 7:11:23 PM Kaiseror
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* ''Franchise/{{Godzilla}}'': The monsters Film/{{Rodan}}, Film/{{Mothra}}, [[Film/GhidorahTheThreeHeadedMonster King Ghidorah]] and [[Film/TerrorOfMechagodzilla Titanosuarus]] can create destructive gale force winds capable of demolishing buildings, the first three do this by flapping their wings while Titanosuarus accomplishes this with his tailfin.
17th Feb '18 10:48:16 PM nombretomado
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* [[RaidouKuzunohaVsTheSoullessArmy Raidou Kuzunoha]] uses "Force" spells in his [[CanonForeigner cameo]] in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne''.

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* [[RaidouKuzunohaVsTheSoullessArmy [[VideoGame/RaidouKuzunohaVsTheSoullessArmy Raidou Kuzunoha]] uses "Force" spells in his [[CanonForeigner cameo]] in the UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiIIINocturne''.
14th Jan '18 9:53:43 AM nombretomado
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* {{KOEI}} gives us the ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'', where wind is not a standard element but is generally common as part of attacks used as juggling or crowd clearing moves. Pang Tong is the most notable practitioner, possessed of powerful crowd clearing tornadoes as part of his moveset and his [[LimitBreak musou attack]]. His faction color and his attacks are, of course, [[WindIsGreen green.]]

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* {{KOEI}} Creator/{{KOEI}} gives us the ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'', where wind is not a standard element but is generally common as part of attacks used as juggling or crowd clearing moves. Pang Tong is the most notable practitioner, possessed of powerful crowd clearing tornadoes as part of his moveset and his [[LimitBreak musou attack]]. His faction color and his attacks are, of course, [[WindIsGreen green.]]
13th Jan '18 7:18:08 PM erforce
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* ''Comicbook/XMen'':

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* ''Film/XMen'':

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9th Jan '18 1:07:55 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblem:''

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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is the story about, [[ProtagonistTitle well, guess]]. And Aang starts out as a FragileSpeedster, although this abates as he learns the other elements. His [[DishingOutDirt Earthbending]] [[CuteBruiser trainer]] nicknamed him 'Twinkle Toes'.
* In SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
** [[{{Mentor}} Tenzin]], [[CuteBookworm Jinora]], [[MotorMouth Ikki]], and [[UglyCute Meelo]] are the son and grandchildren of Avatar Aang and are all airbenders, as is Aang's successor, Avatar Korra. Interestingly, in contrast to the ElementalRockPaperScissors trope, Korra has the most difficulty learning Airbending due to her HotBlooded nature; she has to [[BreakTheHaughty go through hell and back]] before airbending for the first time near the end of Season 1.
** And as shown in flashbacks, even when the original Gaang was in middle-age adulthood, Aang could not escape Toph calling him "[[CallBack Twinkle Toes]]".
*** Or in his next life, as the now-elderly Toph uses the same nickname with Korra!
** As of Book 3 of ''Korra'', the Harmonic Convergence and its spiritual energies gave airbending to lots of people. Including [[BigBad Zaheer]], who is notorious for using airbending in more agressive ways than the other airbenders seen so far. [[spoiler:Such as [[AscendedFanon doing the one dangerous technique]] [[AscendedFridgeHorror long suspected by the fandom]], suffocation.]]

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* ''Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' has the mostly extinct Air Nomads, a highly spiritual people who were capable of "bending" the air. And not just them; their sky bison steeds were the ''original'' Airbenders.
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''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' is the story about, [[ProtagonistTitle well, guess]]. And Aang starts out as a FragileSpeedster, although this abates as he learns the other elements. His [[DishingOutDirt Earthbending]] [[CuteBruiser trainer]] nicknamed him 'Twinkle Toes'.
* In ** SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'':
** *** [[{{Mentor}} Tenzin]], [[CuteBookworm Jinora]], [[MotorMouth Ikki]], and [[UglyCute Meelo]] are the son and grandchildren of Avatar Aang and are all airbenders, as is Aang's successor, Avatar Korra. Interestingly, in contrast to the ElementalRockPaperScissors trope, Korra has the most difficulty learning Airbending due to her HotBlooded nature; she has to [[BreakTheHaughty go through hell and back]] before airbending for the first time near the end of Season 1.
** *** And as shown in flashbacks, even when the original Gaang was in middle-age adulthood, Aang could not escape Toph calling him "[[CallBack Twinkle Toes]]".
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Toes]]". Or in his next life, as the now-elderly Toph uses the same nickname with Korra!
** As *** The occurrence of Book 3 of ''Korra'', the Harmonic Convergence and its at the end of Season 2 released a mass of spiritual energies energy that gave airbending to lots a lot of people. Including random people, including [[BigBad Zaheer]], who is notorious for using uses airbending in far more agressive aggressive ways than the other airbenders seen so far. mostly pacifistic Air Nomads ever did. [[spoiler:Such as [[AscendedFanon doing the one dangerous technique]] [[AscendedFridgeHorror long suspected by the fandom]], suffocation.]]]] On the more positive side, many of these new airbenders would join Aang's descendants to became the Air Nation, the successors to the Air Nomads.
20th Dec '17 6:16:42 AM Jubileus57
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* Tornado enemies and Harpies in ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'' can blow small tornadoes at the Miis, sending them away from the battlefield for a few turn. The Princesses can also create gusts of RazorWind with their fans.
5th Dec '17 7:36:31 AM NovaAM
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* One of the Waddle Dee Bros, Green, has powers over wind in "Webcomic/KirbyCardClash"
4th Dec '17 5:20:56 PM JesseMB27
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* ''VideoGame/BodyBlows'': Mike is a [[FightingClown seemingly unassuming businessman who works on Wall Street]] and fights in tournaments against a variety of street fighters, martial artists, robots, and aliens. His character profile at the start up of the games states "[[LargeHam Far from being]] [[SmallNameBigEgojust full of wind]], this executive really means business!" and indeed [[JustForPun he means business]]. He can even spin around like a tornado like WesternAnimation/{{Looney Tunes}}' Taz the Tasmanian Devil to dish out damage.
4th Dec '17 8:54:08 AM Marusero
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This is an [[ElementalPowers Elemental Power]], mainly dealing with air or wind. It doesn't always mean RazorWind, but includes the power to manipulate winds, such as ''literally'' blowing the enemy away, [[TornadoMove creating tornadoes]], or [[NotQuiteFlight used as a free]] {{Flight}} [[NotQuiteFlight power]]. Any character who uses this is almost guaranteed to land in the role of a FragileSpeedster. Sometimes, this power is a natural extension for those with SuperSpeed, usually running around in circles very quickly to create a tornado. Wind users [[PersonalityPowers tend to be cheerful, free-spirited types]]. If TheHero uses wind powers, then TheLancer will often be a [[PlayingWithFire fire]] user. Combined with [[DishingOutDirt earth]], it can create a sandstorm; with [[MakingASplash water]], it can form a mist; and with [[PlayingWithFire fire]], comes [[ShockAndAwe lightning]]. The very lucky may have this as merely a subset of WeatherManipulation.

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This is an [[ElementalPowers Elemental Power]], mainly dealing with air or wind. It doesn't always mean RazorWind, but includes the power to manipulate winds, such as ''literally'' blowing the enemy away, [[TornadoMove creating tornadoes]], or [[NotQuiteFlight used as a free]] {{Flight}} [[NotQuiteFlight power]]. Any character who uses this is almost guaranteed to land in the role of a FragileSpeedster. Sometimes, this power is a natural extension for those with SuperSpeed, usually running around in circles very quickly to create a tornado. Wind users [[PersonalityPowers tend to be cheerful, free-spirited types]]. If TheHero uses wind powers, then TheLancer will often be a use [[PlayingWithFire fire]] user. Combined fire]]. When combined with [[DishingOutDirt earth]], it can create a sandstorm; with [[MakingASplash water]], it can form a mist; and with [[PlayingWithFire fire]], fire, comes [[ShockAndAwe lightning]]. The very lucky may have this as merely a subset of WeatherManipulation.
2nd Dec '17 3:45:03 PM WaterBlap
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Smite}}'', previously, the Chinese Dragon King of Eastern Seas, Ao Kuang, has a lot of wind-based spells, but eventually, it was deemed that wind spells clashed with his lore being a sea-based Dragon, so eventually he got PutOnABus for awhile and his kit is taken by the Mayan Serpent of Nine Winds Kukulkan. Later on, JapaneseMythology's Susano was included and he's a swordsman that implements quick wind-like movement and slash as well as utilizing winds to either reposition himself, drag his enemy to him, or generate a dragging, damaging tornado.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Smite}}'', previously, the Chinese Dragon King of Eastern Seas, Ao Kuang, has a lot of wind-based spells, but eventually, it was deemed that wind spells clashed with his lore being a sea-based Dragon, so eventually he got PutOnABus for awhile and his kit is taken by the Mayan Serpent of Nine Winds Kukulkan. Later on, JapaneseMythology's Myth/JapaneseMythology's Susano was included and he's a swordsman that implements quick wind-like movement and slash as well as utilizing winds to either reposition himself, drag his enemy to him, or generate a dragging, damaging tornado.
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