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24th Jul '17 5:02:16 PM Dracis
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* In a fun variation, this trope is scaled up and combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/IzettaTheLastWitch''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.


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* In a fun variation, this trope is combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/IzettaTheLastWitch''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.
24th Jul '17 5:00:34 PM Dracis
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* Homura from ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' at one point tries to destroy Walpurgisnacht by driving a fuel tanker over a bridge, freezing time and jumping off, and making it explode with an RPG. It doesn't work.

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* Homura from ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' at one point tries to destroy Walpurgisnacht [[EldritchAbomination Walpurgisnacht]] by driving a fuel tanker over up the arch of a bridge, freezing time bridge and jumping leaping off, and making sending it explode slamming directly into the witch's face, with an RPG. It doesn't work.explosive results. [[NoSell It's completely ineffective]].
24th Jul '17 4:56:07 PM Dracis
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* In a fun variation, this trope is scaled up and combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/ShuumatsuNoIzetta''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.

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* In a fun variation, this trope is scaled up and combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/ShuumatsuNoIzetta''.''Anime/IzettaTheLastWitch''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.
24th Jul '17 4:55:32 PM Dracis
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* In a fun variation, this trope is scaled up and combined with GrievousHarmWithABody in ''Anime/ShuumatsuNoIzetta''. During the Battle of Coenenburg, [[CuteWitch Izetta]] quickly finds out that her [[MindOverMatter telekinetic]] StormOfBlades has no effect on tank armor. Undeterred, she simply resorts to using her powers on the tanks ''directly'', picking them up and smashing them into each other.
21st Jul '17 7:24:55 AM JackG
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* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[TooDumbTooLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.

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* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[TooDumbTooLive [[TooDumbToLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.
21st Jul '17 7:24:21 AM JackG
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* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[ToDumbTooLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.

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* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[ToDumbTooLive [[TooDumbTooLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.
21st Jul '17 7:23:31 AM JackG
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* ''The Stone Killer'' (1973). Creator/CharlesBronson's character does an accidental version thanks to a criminal firing a couple of bullets into his windscreen, [[ToDumbTooLive then getting run over]] because Bronson is too busy ducking to slam on the brakes. As he's a CowboyCop, he's then accused of having run over the guy deliberately.
13th Jul '17 11:45:35 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* ''Film/FinalDestination1'' has an infamous example for [[spoiler:Terry]]'s death, complete with a JumpScare due to how unexpected it was. ''Film/FinalDestination4'' also features one between [[spoiler:George]] and an ambulance, perhaps as a CallBack.
2nd Jul '17 4:24:07 AM Tightwire
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Sometimes, the best weapon you could possibly use isn't the one you hold, it's the one you ride around in. Which kind of makes sense, considering that getting hit by at least a metric ton of metal moving at several tens of kilometers per hour is bound to be painful.

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Sometimes, the best weapon you could possibly use isn't the one you hold, it's the one you ride around in.drive. Which kind of makes sense, considering that getting hit by at least a metric ton of metal moving at several tens of kilometers per hour is bound to be painful.
1st Jul '17 5:26:32 PM arnoldmcguire335
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** And before all of them, Series/KamenRiderSkyrider loves doing this, as Skyrider fights using his motorcycle often. The Rider Break attack his Sky Turbo can pull off is something of a series trademark.



* In the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk's Other Brother", Jack Monk Jr. nearing the ending of the episode proceeded to run over the MurdererOfTheWeek with Natalie's car just before the latter could deliver the coup de grace. Bonus points with the earlier implication that he was going to leave them to die while he headed to Paraguay.

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* In the ''Series/{{Monk}}'' episode "Mr. Monk's Other Brother", Jack Monk Jr. nearing the ending of the episode proceeded to run over the MurdererOfTheWeek Murderer Of The Week with Natalie's car just before the latter could deliver the coup de grace. Bonus points with the earlier implication that he was going to leave them to die while he headed to Paraguay.
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