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17th Apr '16 5:13:23 PM Burritozi11a
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* The ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' spin-off Generations, i.e. X (Cross) in Japan, introduces the Tamamitsune wyvern. It's deceptively lethal attacks typically involve bubbles in some way, be it by blowing damaging bubbles at players, placing bubble "landmines", sliding around on its' own suds, etc.
5th Jan '16 1:55:49 PM Willbyr
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* In the ''{{Digimon}}'' franchise, Baby and In-Training Digimon usually have the fairly useless Bubble Blow technique. (Usually; there are a few exceptions.) However, if you get an ''entire city's'' In-Training population to do it ''at once,'' you can do some (hilarious) damage, as seen once in ''Anime/DigimonFrontier.''

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* In the ''{{Digimon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' franchise, Baby and In-Training Digimon usually have the fairly useless Bubble Blow technique. (Usually; there are a few exceptions.) However, if you get an ''entire city's'' In-Training population to do it ''at once,'' you can do some (hilarious) damage, as seen once in ''Anime/DigimonFrontier.''
2nd Jan '16 3:41:49 PM Servbot
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* Mermaids in the ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' series uses surprisingly damaging bubbles for their long-range attack. Shantae herself gets the ability to shoot these rapid-fire as her main form of attack while fighting underwater in Mermaid form. [[spoiler:[[EvilTwin Nega-Shantae]] one-ups her in this department as she could fire these in Mermaid form at an even faster rate in every direction while out of water for ThatOneAttack]].

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* Mermaids in the ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' series uses surprisingly damaging bubbles for their long-range attack. Shantae herself gets the ability to shoot these rapid-fire as her main form of attack while fighting underwater in Mermaid form. [[spoiler:[[EvilTwin Nega-Shantae]] one-ups her in this department as she could fire these in Mermaid form at an even faster rate in every direction while out of water for ThatOneAttack]].
2nd Jan '16 3:40:47 PM Servbot
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* Mermaids in the ''VideoGame/{{Shantae}}'' series uses surprisingly damaging bubbles for their long-range attack. Shantae herself gets the ability to shoot these rapid-fire as her main form of attack while fighting underwater in Mermaid form. [[spoiler:[[EvilTwin Nega-Shantae]] one-ups her in this department as she could fire these in Mermaid form at an even faster rate in every direction while out of water for ThatOneAttack]].
11th Dec '15 12:16:40 PM MyFinalEdits
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* In VideoGame/RivalsOfAether, [[MakingASplash Orcane]] uses streams of bubbles in his down special and forward aerial. They aren't that powerful and deal almost no knockback, but they can trap opponents in hitstun with their large numbers and wide spread, leaving them wide open to attacks.

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* In VideoGame/RivalsOfAether, ''VideoGame/RivalsOfAether'', [[MakingASplash Orcane]] uses streams of bubbles in his down special and forward aerial. They aren't that powerful and deal almost no knockback, but they can trap opponents in hitstun with their large numbers and wide spread, leaving them wide open to attacks.
11th Dec '15 6:01:41 AM AceTrainerEli
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* In VideoGame/RivalsOfAether, [[MakingASplash Orcane]] uses streams of bubbles in his down special and forward aerial. They aren't that powerful and deal almost no knockback, but they can trap opponents in hitstun with their large numbers and wide spread, leaving them wide open to attacks.
24th Oct '15 7:36:27 PM nombretomado
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** Sleepytime Bubbles could engulf people a la [[ThePrisoner Rover]] and put them to sleep.

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** Sleepytime Bubbles could engulf people a la [[ThePrisoner [[Series/ThePrisoner Rover]] and put them to sleep.
25th Aug '15 9:50:18 AM Prfnoff
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* A 1997 pilot called ''Things That Go Bump'', which concerned a paranormal division of the New Orleans Police Department, featured such a weapon. It worked like a rocket-propelled grenade launcher; when the shell exploded, it could contain a ghost. In its first appearance, it misfired, and the shell gave a nearby car a bright yellow paint-job!

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* A 1997 pilot called ''Things That Go Bump'', which concerned a paranormal division of the New Orleans UsefulNotes/NewOrleans Police Department, featured such a weapon. It worked like a rocket-propelled grenade launcher; when the shell exploded, it could contain a ghost. In its first appearance, it misfired, and the shell gave a nearby car a bright yellow paint-job!



* ''BubbleTanks''. '''''Everything''''' is made of bubbles in this game- your character, the Mooks, the Experience Points, and of course, your tank shoots out harmful bubbles to damage the enemy!

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* ''BubbleTanks''.''VideoGame/BubbleTanks''. '''''Everything''''' is made of bubbles in this game- your character, the Mooks, the Experience Points, and of course, your tank shoots out harmful bubbles to damage the enemy!
16th Aug '15 12:57:51 PM Anddrix
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobMovieSpongeOutOfWater'', Spongebob/Invincibubble shoots, well, bubbles.
20th May '15 5:09:11 AM Stealth
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* ''VideoGame/CustomRobo'' has one of these. It's weak, but it has slight homing.

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* ''VideoGame/CustomRobo'' has one of these. It's weak, Its bubbles move slowly and are not particularly powerful, but it has slight homing.respectable homing abilities. Its main benefit is producing good-sized projectiles at a decent rate of fire, meaning it can quickly clutter up smaller arenas and keep the pressure on an opponent.
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