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21st Aug '17 2:18:11 PM Taxima
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* [[VideoGame/Persona5 Akira and Ann]] make an escape in ''Fanfic/TheEvilQueen'' by holding onto Akira's Persona Arsene and fly out of a tall building. They soon discover, to their horror, that Arsene was never meant to fly while carrying passengers. The trio end up crashing into a police car on the way down.
19th Aug '17 10:38:13 PM DRCEQ
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* Anyone who flies to the Savage Land, according to ComicBook/SpiderMan.

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* Anyone According to ComicBook/SpiderMan, anyone who flies to the Savage Land, according Land. The Savage Lands have mystical properties that prevent ''anything'' from flying near or in them other than through manual means. Villains like Sauron can fly because he manually flaps his wings, but Mutants like Rogue and Magneto are left stranded, and technological means just don't work. Get close enough to ComicBook/SpiderMan.the South Pole and you will crash.



* Franchise/{{Kirby}} uses his Warp Star to fly from place to place very quickly, but the flight always seems to end with him crashing into the ground and/or other objects. In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', this extends to the [[UnexpectedShmupLevel Jet Mode]] of his Robobot Armor; the segment always ends with him crashing the armor into the ground.

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* Franchise/{{Kirby}} uses his Warp Star to fly from place to place very quickly, but the flight always seems to end with him crashing into the ground and/or other objects. In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', this extends to the [[UnexpectedShmupLevel Jet Mode]] of his Robobot Armor; the segment always ends with him crashing the armor into the ground. The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games weaponize this. Anyone who collects the star piece immediately flies off into the sky and crashes back into the ground, obliterating anyone underneath.
16th Aug '17 6:08:53 PM Andyroid
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** It's brought back in full force in [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017 the 2017 reboot]] with just one simple quote:
--->"Aw, family truly is the greatest adventure of OH, NO, THE GROUND!"

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** It's brought back in full force in [[WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017 the 2017 reboot]] with just one simple quote:
--->"Aw,
reboot]]. Not only is Launchpad [[DrivesLikeCrazy a reckless driver]], he's still not any better at landing airplanes:
--->'''Launchpad:''' Aw,
family truly is the greatest adventure of OH, of-- [[OhCrap OH NO, THE GROUND!"GROUND!]]
12th Aug '17 12:43:37 AM DoctorRayman
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* Launchpad's reputation follows him again in ''VideoGame/DuckTalesRemastered''. He crashes a helicopter off-screen in the Amazon level, and the Himalayas level starts with Scrooge and Launchpad climbing out of the tangled wreckage of their plane. Unsurprisingly, when he needs a pilot to get him to the Moon, Scrooge goes with [[AbsentMindedProfessor Gyro]] instead.

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* Launchpad's reputation follows him again in ''VideoGame/DuckTalesRemastered''.''[[VideoGame/DuckTales DuckTales: Remastered]]''. He crashes a helicopter off-screen in the Amazon level, and the Himalayas level starts with Scrooge and Launchpad climbing out of the tangled wreckage of their plane. Unsurprisingly, when he needs a pilot to get him to the Moon, Scrooge goes with [[AbsentMindedProfessor Gyro]] instead.
9th Aug '17 8:49:50 PM WaterBlap
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* Naturally, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUKA23kShM4 the Incredible Crash Dummies]] can't fly a plane (or anything else) without crashing it.

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* Naturally, [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUKA23kShM4 the The Incredible Crash Dummies]] can't fly a plane (or or drive anything else) else without crashing it.
5th Aug '17 11:05:41 AM Stealth
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* Creator/TheMightyJingles plays, among other things, ''VideoGame/WarThunder'', including its aircraft combat mode. This mode requires pilots to land to rearm and restock their craft, especially between bombing runs. Jingles is, how shall we say, a bit less talented at landing a craft than he is at flying one. It's gotten to the point where any particularly rough landing that just barely comes short of destroying one's plane is known as a Jingles Landing by the War Thunder community.
1st Aug '17 7:03:19 AM thatother1dude
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* Due to ContinuityReboot, it may not technically count, but nearly every incarnation of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' begins with the Autobots and Decepticons (or [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Maximals and Predacons]]) crashing on Earth or recently having done so. ''Very'' rare is the Cybertronian ship that has actually landed. Apparently, robots who turn into vehicles are terrible drivers.

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* Due to ContinuityReboot, being spread over {{Alternate Universe}}s, it may not technically count, but nearly every incarnation of ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' begins with the Autobots and Decepticons (or [[WesternAnimation/BeastWars Maximals and Predacons]]) crashing on Earth or recently having done so. ''Very'' rare is the Cybertronian ship that has actually landed. Apparently, robots who turn into vehicles are terrible drivers.
27th Jul '17 8:34:47 AM MarsJenkar
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* Franchise/{{Kirby}} uses his Warp Star to fly from place to place very quickly, but the flight always seems to end with him crashing into the ground and/or other objects. In ''VideoGame/KirbyPlanetRobobot'', this extends to the [[UnexpectedShmupLevel Jet Mode]] of his Robobot Armor; the segment always ends with him crashing the armor into the ground.
25th Jul '17 6:17:45 AM ironcommando
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* ''WebAnimation/DeathBattle'': This is one of the fight instigators in "Franchise/RatchetAndClank vs. Franchise/JakAndDaxter". Ratchet as per usual crashes his ship, this time into Jak's house which then blows up along with the house. The other instigator being Clank [[BerserkButton calling Daxter a weasel]].
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17th Jul '17 7:05:51 AM legendaryweredragon
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* An educational kids show called Amazing Planet about aliens learning about earth had the pilot's inability to land smoothly as a RunningGag. One of the few times that he did land smoothly, he had accidentally landed on the tip of a pyramid in Egypt without even realizing it, which led to the ship falling down the side of the pyramid when the ship became unbalanced.
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