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26th Nov '16 1:34:39 PM Vir
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* The entire premise of the game ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'', although it applies best to the Peashooter family and the A.K.E.E..

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* The entire premise of the game ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'', although it applies best to the Peashooter family and the A.K.E.E..E.
30th Jul '16 7:05:36 PM WillKeaton
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* There's a plant called the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecballium_elaterium Squirting Cucumber]] (or Exploding Cucumber) that disperses its seeds this way via [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOIHzl2h9a8 expelling them rapidly with a fluid]].

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* There's a plant called the [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecballium_elaterium Squirting Cucumber]] (or Exploding Cucumber) that disperses its seeds this way via [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wOIHzl2h9a8 expelling them rapidly with a fluid]].
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20th May '16 11:40:46 AM REV6Pilot
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* The entire premise of the game ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'', although more specifically the Pea Shooter and its offshoots (the Snow Pea, the Repeater, the Threepeater, the Split Pea, and the Gatling Pea).

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* The entire premise of the game ''VideoGame/PlantsVsZombies'', although more specifically it applies best to the Pea Shooter and its offshoots (the Snow Pea, the Repeater, the Threepeater, the Split Pea, Peashooter family and the Gatling Pea).A.K.E.E..
4th Feb '16 5:41:10 AM Waddle
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** ´´WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs´´ has a scene where the bull accidentally swallows a rifle, only to fire bullets from his horns when he twitches his tail.

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** ´´WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs´´ ''WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs'' has a scene where the bull accidentally swallows a rifle, only to fire bullets from his horns when he twitches his tail.
16th Jan '16 9:56:28 AM SAMAS
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** ´´WesternAnimation/BullyForBugs´´ has a scene where the bull accidentally swallows a rifle, only to fire bullets from his horns when he twitches his tail.
16th Jan '16 9:48:58 AM SAMAS
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Frequently seen in cartoons (static or animated), this is when a character spits a stream of small objects in such a way that the result looks like machine gun fire.

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Frequently seen in cartoons (static or animated), this is when a character spits a stream of small objects objects(often watermelon seeds, as shown here) in such a way that the result looks like machine gun fire.
18th Dec '15 3:29:57 PM F1Krazy
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* The Bullet Seed move in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', from where the [[TropeNamers trope takes its name]]; its original name in Japanese was even "Seed Machine Gun". Bullet Seed is a multi-strike move that may hit the target two to five times that has 100% accuracy, though its Power is rather low in Generation 3 and 4. From [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Generation 5]] onward, it got its Power increased.

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* The Bullet Seed TropeNamer is the "Bullet Seed" move in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', from where the [[TropeNamers trope takes its name]]; ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''; its original name in Japanese was even "Seed Machine Gun". Bullet Seed is a multi-strike move that may can hit the target between two to and five times that has 100% accuracy, times, though its Power power is rather low in Generation 3 and 4. From prior to [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Generation 5]] onward, 5]], when it got its Power increased.a significant buff.
25th Nov '15 1:36:04 AM flamemario12
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* The Bullet Seed move in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', from where the [[TropeNamers trope takes its name]]; its original name in Japanese was even "Seed Machine Gun". It's a multi-attack, grass-type move that hits the opponent several times in a row using seeds. It was very weak in the games (though multiple hits makes it much more powerful when ElementalRockPaperScissors gives you an advantage, and in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' it became far more usable), but was actually usable in the anime when Ash's Treecko learned it (Ash helped tutor Treecko by chewing on watermelon and spitting out the seeds in a similar fashion). Also, it's a very useful move in the ''Mystery Dungeon'' games, where it's a ranged attack that can hit multiple enemies at once and base power doesn't exist.
** Easily becomes a dangerous attack at the hands of Technician Breloom. Bullet Seed deals only has a base power of 25 (per hit, with a minimum of 2 hits). However, because of Technician (boosts moves with base power of 60 or below by 50%), it becomes 37.5 in base power. And then factor same-type attack bonus because Breloom is part Grass, which boosts the base power of moves that share the same type of its user by 50%, puts it at base power of 56.25. Because the attack at least hits twice, it has a base power total of 112.5 - and if can do all five hits, it can reach up to base power of 281.25! Also, it's a physical move and Breloom's a good physical attacker.
** It's also one of Ivysaur's moves in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'' and can rack up a considerable amount of damage if you can catch your opponents in it for a few seconds while they are in mid-jump.
** Oddly, one of the best Pokémon that utilizes Bullet Seed really effectively isn't even a grass type at all, but a normal-typed chinchilla, Cinccino. It can get Technician like Breloom, but it can also have the ability Skill Link, an ability which makes multi-hit attacks like Bullet Seed always hit five times. It becomes rather dangerous in Cinccino's paws.

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* The Bullet Seed move in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'', from where the [[TropeNamers trope takes its name]]; its original name in Japanese was even "Seed Machine Gun". It's a multi-attack, grass-type move that hits the opponent several times in a row using seeds. It was very weak in the games (though multiple hits makes it much more powerful when ElementalRockPaperScissors gives you an advantage, and in ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' it became far more usable), but was actually usable in the anime when Ash's Treecko learned it (Ash helped tutor Treecko by chewing on watermelon and spitting out the seeds in a similar fashion). Also, it's a very useful move in the ''Mystery Dungeon'' games, where it's a ranged attack that can hit multiple enemies at once and base power doesn't exist.
** Easily becomes a dangerous attack at the hands of Technician Breloom.
Bullet Seed deals only has a base power of 25 (per hit, with a minimum of 2 hits). However, because of Technician (boosts moves with base power of 60 or below by 50%), it becomes 37.5 in base power. And then factor same-type attack bonus because Breloom is part Grass, which boosts the base power of moves a multi-strike move that share may hit the same type of its user by 50%, puts it at base power of 56.25. Because the attack at least hits twice, it has a base power total of 112.5 - and if can do all target two to five hits, it can reach up to base power of 281.25! Also, it's a physical move and Breloom's a good physical attacker.
** It's also one of Ivysaur's moves in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'' and can rack up a considerable amount of damage if you can catch your opponents in it for a few seconds while they are in mid-jump.
** Oddly, one of the best Pokémon
times that utilizes Bullet Seed really effectively isn't even a grass type at all, but a normal-typed chinchilla, Cinccino. It can get Technician like Breloom, but it can also have the ability Skill Link, an ability which makes multi-hit attacks like Bullet Seed always hit five times. It becomes has 100% accuracy, though its Power is rather dangerous low in Cinccino's paws.Generation 3 and 4. From [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite Generation 5]] onward, it got its Power increased.
15th Nov '15 11:57:00 AM Anddrix
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheSpongeBobMovieSpongeOutOfWater'', Sandy (in her superhero mode) spits peanuts out at Burger Beard.
10th Oct '15 3:34:54 AM Fyrmer
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* The "Creeper Plant" and other plant-type Heartless in the ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' series have this as their primary means of attack.
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