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22nd May '18 12:24:39 AM TheSinful
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* [[Manga/OnePiece Luffy and Zoro]] start a competition in ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11568253/7/Supernova Supernova]]'' when facing down the hundred bounty hunters at Whiskey Peak, declaring that first to fifty-one wins. Nami promptly joins in and declares it first to thirty-four. Luffy ends up winning because Zoro and Nami were busy taking care of the [[EliteMook Elite Mooks]] while he just crushed all the regular {{Mooks}} and when they complain, he points out that they never declared the big shots were worth more.
21st May '18 10:16:24 PM JackG
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* Korean naval hero Admiral Yi Sun Shin was opposed to DecapitationPresentation as he believed his sailors should concentrate on killing enemy soldiers who were still alive instead of collecting the heads of dead ones. However as heads were regarded as proof of a warrior's bravery, he made sure to let his men know that he would note who was brave and mention their names in his despatches to the king.
17th May '18 1:04:26 PM marcoasalazarm
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* ''Fanfic/TheNegotiationsverse'': On the side-story "Useless", Rainbow Dash and Applejack (who had become members of TheRemnant anti-human guerrilla fighters in the aftermath of a standard ''Fanfic/TheConversionBureau'' Equestria-vs.-Earth war and who are about to charge into a LastStand against the human soldiers that found their cell) banter about doing this in order to psych themselves up. [[spoiler:The single soldier that runs into them [[CurbStompBattle machine-guns them dead]] [[DownerEnding without slowing down his stride]].]]
7th Apr '18 5:42:01 AM jormis29
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** RoguesGallery villains the Trigger Twins liked to have little contests like this, though in one case where there were only two men, each killed by a different Trigger, Tom insisted that "Mine hit the ground first," and Tad answered "Mine was taller." This is in reference to the John Wayne film ''The War Wagon''.

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** RoguesGallery villains the Trigger Twins liked to have little contests like this, though in one case where there were only two men, each killed by a different Trigger, Tom insisted that "Mine hit the ground first," and Tad answered "Mine was taller." This is in reference to the John Wayne film ''The War Wagon''.''Film/TheWarWagon''.
2nd Jan '18 11:40:11 PM FGHIK
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** A variant of Strange called [=StatTrak=] (Based on the same feature in VideoGame/CounterStrike Global Offensive) was later added, which actually has a visible counter on the weapon in game.

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** A variant of Strange called [=StatTrak=] Stat Clocks (Based on the same feature [=StatTraks=] in VideoGame/CounterStrike Global Offensive) was later added, which actually has a visible counter on the weapon in game.
2nd Jan '18 11:37:52 PM FGHIK
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** A variant of Strange called StatTrak (Based on the same feature in VideoGame/CounterStrike Global Offensive) was later added, which actually has a visible counter on the weapon in game.

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** A variant of Strange called StatTrak [=StatTrak=] (Based on the same feature in VideoGame/CounterStrike Global Offensive) was later added, which actually has a visible counter on the weapon in game.
2nd Jan '18 11:36:30 PM FGHIK
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** A variant of Strange called StatTrak (Based on the same feature in VideoGame/CounterStrike Global Offensive) was later added, which actually has a visible counter on the weapon in game.
31st Dec '17 10:48:28 AM TheCuza
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* And again in ''VideoGame/DeadRising4'' for 53,598.
17th Nov '17 8:56:10 AM Kezajaws
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* ''Overwatch'' has this dialogue when Torbjorn and Reinhardt are on the same team:
-->'''Torbjorn:''' Reinhardt. Least number of eliminations buys the post-missions drinks?\\
'''Reinhardt:''' Hahaha...Let's show these kids how it's done.\\
29th Oct '17 7:31:52 PM StarSword
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* In ''ComicBook/XWingSeries X-Wing: Rogue Squadron]]'', naturally the fighter pilot protagonists compete over kills. [[TheLeader Wedge Antilles]] has already racked up a ludicrous kill count before the story even starts, to the point that his fighter is painted with kill silhouettes representing ''12 squadrons each'' instead of the usual one silhouette for one kill because the support staff ran out of room on the side of his X-wing. The rest of the newly-reconstituted Rogue Squadron are fresh recruits to New Republic Starfighter Command and compete among each other for the unofficial title of "best ''new'' pilot" since trying to catch up with Wedge would be futile; though some of them have piloting experience outside the military (one as a [[SpacePolice space cop]], two as {{bounty hunter}}s, one as a Rebel-affiliated mercenary), only kills as Rogue Squadron members are counted for the competition. The top scores at the end of the book are 22 kills for Bror Jace and 21 for protagonist Corran Horn.

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* ''ComicBook/XWingSeries''
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In ''ComicBook/XWingSeries X-Wing: Rogue Squadron]]'', ''Rogue Squadron'', naturally the fighter pilot protagonists compete over kills. [[TheLeader Wedge Antilles]] has already racked up a ludicrous kill count before the story even starts, to the point that his fighter is painted with kill silhouettes representing ''12 squadrons fighters each'' instead of the usual one silhouette for one kill because the support staff ran out of room on the side of his X-wing.X-wing (plus two Death Stars). The rest of the newly-reconstituted Rogue Squadron are fresh recruits to New Republic Starfighter Command and compete among each other for the unofficial title of "best ''new'' pilot" since trying to catch up with Wedge would be futile; though some of them have piloting experience outside the military (one as a [[SpacePolice space cop]], two as {{bounty hunter}}s, one as a Rebel-affiliated mercenary), only kills as Rogue Squadron members are counted for the competition. The top scores at the end of the book are 22 kills for Bror Jace and 21 for protagonist Corran Horn.Horn.
** Comes up again in ''Wraith Squadron''. In a VirtualRealityTrainingSimulation early on, a rule designed to encourage teamwork is invoked that gives credit for any kills to the pilot's wingman... which means Kell Tainer's "instant ace" five kills is given to "Runt" Ekwesh, whose BloodKnight tendency got him shot down early in the scenario. There's then a minor RunningGag where Kell doesn't manage to get ''any'' air-to-air kills for the entire rest of the book... until the final battle where he becomes an real-life instant ace, and [[BookEnds makes a crack about Runt getting his kills again]].
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