History Main / ClothingDamage

11th Jan '17 7:50:49 PM Geoduck
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** Anevka's electric weapon turns her clothes to ashes. Of course, she has it in the first place because she is a [[MurderousMannequin sufficiently advanced metal mannequin]].

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** Anevka's electric weapon Anevka and later Prende's electric-touch weapons turns her their clothes and wigs to ashes. Of course, she has they have it in the first place because she is a [[MurderousMannequin both of them are sufficiently advanced metal mannequin]].Clanks, with Anevka's design largely cribbed from one of Prende's sister-Muses.
10th Jan '17 7:52:13 AM SnowyNix
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** Happens a lot, especially to Lucy. Most notably, during a theater play. As her skirt is on fire, Erza shreds Lucy's clothes with her sword in front of the whole audience.

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** Happens a lot, especially to Lucy. Most notably, during a theater play. As her skirt is on fire, Erza shreds Lucy's clothes with her sword in front of the whole audience. Also during her battle with Flare Corona during the Grand Magic Games, where the only effect that Flare's flaming hair attack has on her is burning through her boots.



** Despite having in the most battles, Natsu doesn't seem to get this as much. Possibly justified, since he doesn't ever wear a shirt to begin with. Just a vest and a scarf. His pants and vest are often frayed and worn by the end of a fight, though. And recently his scarf changed colors under ominous circumstances.

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** Despite having in the most battles, Natsu doesn't seem to get this as much. Possibly justified, since he doesn't ever wear a shirt to begin with. Just a vest and a scarf. His pants and vest are often frayed and worn by the end of a fight, though. And recently his scarf changed colors under ominous circumstances.once, when it absorbed [[spoiler:Zeref]]'s malicious magic.


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** Dimaria Yesta from the Alvarez Empire weaponises this trope. Seriously, clothing damage is one of her primary means of combat.
9th Jan '17 9:53:41 PM Dere
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*** Supergirl could be considered the DCAU's poster child for the trope. Her very debut episode had her civilian disguise torn to shreds to reveal her superhero costume (to be fair the same happened to Supes at some points in the same show, though in his case was less fanservicey since his costume didn't expose any skin), and then the aforementioned fights with Galatea had her already {{Stripperiffic}} superhero costume shredded.

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*** Supergirl could be considered the DCAU's poster child for the trope. Her very debut episode had her civilian disguise torn to shreds to reveal her superhero costume (to be fair fair, the same happened to Supes at some points in the same show, though in his case was less fanservicey since his costume didn't expose any skin), and then the aforementioned fights with Galatea (both of them) had her already {{Stripperiffic}} superhero costume shredded.
9th Jan '17 9:41:54 PM Dere
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*** Supergirl could be considered the DCAU's poster child for the trope. Her very debut episode had her civilian disguise torn to shreds to reveal her superhero costume (to be fair the same happened to Supes at some points in the same show, though in his case was less fanservicey since his costume didn't expose any skin), and then the aforementioned fights with Galatea had her already Stripperiffic superhero costume shredded.

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*** Supergirl could be considered the DCAU's poster child for the trope. Her very debut episode had her civilian disguise torn to shreds to reveal her superhero costume (to be fair the same happened to Supes at some points in the same show, though in his case was less fanservicey since his costume didn't expose any skin), and then the aforementioned fights with Galatea had her already Stripperiffic {{Stripperiffic}} superhero costume shredded.
9th Jan '17 9:39:04 PM Dere
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*** Supergirl could be considered the DCAU's poster child for the trope. Her very debut episode had her civilian disguise torn to shreds to reveal her superhero costume (to be fair the same happened to Supes at some points in the same show, though in his case was less fanservicey since his costume didn't expose any skin), and then the aforementioned fights with Galatea had her already Stripperiffic superhero costume shredded.
9th Jan '17 4:44:15 PM Andyroid
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* Spoofed in a sketch on ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. The female lead in the fictional movie "Scott of the Sahara" is being chased by [[AttackOfTheKillerWhatever a man-eating roll-top desk]], and gets her clothes torn off by snagging them on cacti. The thing is, the cacti are spaced so far apart that she has to go out of her way to get her clothes snagged on them. Just as she's about to lose the last of her clothing, Creator/JohnCleese appears to say, "And now, for something completely different."

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* Spoofed in a sketch on ''Series/MontyPythonsFlyingCircus''. The female lead in the fictional movie "Scott of the Sahara" is being chased by [[AttackOfTheKillerWhatever [[MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext a man-eating roll-top desk]], and gets her clothes torn off by [[AllDesertsHaveCacti snagging them on cacti.cacti]]. The thing is, the cacti are spaced so far apart that she has to go out of her way to get her clothes snagged on them. Just as she's about to lose the last of her clothing, Creator/JohnCleese appears to say, "And now, for something completely different."
8th Jan '17 1:19:17 PM nombretomado
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* Giant Man tends to destroy his clothes every time he grew into giant size at least in the first issues of ''{{The Ultimates}}''.

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* Giant Man tends to destroy his clothes every time he grew into giant size at least in the first issues of ''{{The ''ComicBook/{{The Ultimates}}''.
16th Dec '16 6:21:31 AM cdrood
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* Pretty much the point of the Tuxedo Match for men and Evening Gown/Bra & Panties match for women.
15th Dec '16 1:23:16 PM kyojikasshu
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** In his first encounter with the Shi'ar Imperial Guard, Wolverine's costume is completely destroyed. He mugs Fang, his counterpart on the Guard, for his costume off-panel, mainly for the benefit of his fellow X-Men not having to see him fight in the buff.
9th Dec '16 2:58:32 AM DrFraud
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/8333963/14/Emerald-Flight-Book-One-Union Emerald Flight Book One: Union]]'' a fight between the Female Furies and Supergirl turns her pants into a miniskirt and makes her shirt much more revealing.
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