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28th Jul '16 5:37:39 AM Mario500
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* ''Crossfire'', a board game created by the Milton Bradley Company.
30th Jul '15 4:51:39 PM TheAmazingBlachman
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* ''Film/{{Crossfire}}'', a 1947 film noir directed by Edward Dmytryk.

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* ''Film/{{Crossfire}}'', a 1947 film noir FilmNoir directed by Edward Dmytryk.
1st Jul '15 3:24:18 AM gallium
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* ''Crossfire'', a 1947 film noir directed by Edward Dmytryk.

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* ''Crossfire'', ''Film/{{Crossfire}}'', a 1947 film noir directed by Edward Dmytryk.
29th May '15 2:25:48 PM Psychopompos007
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** ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance: Crossfire'' (2012), RPG-RTS and sequel of ''Jagged Alliance: Back in Action''.
10th Feb '15 6:49:46 AM Mdumas43073
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* ''Crossfire'', a 1947 film noir directed by Edward Dmytryk.
14th Mar '14 4:39:56 PM Aiguille
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* ''Crossfire'', a {{CNN}} debate program.

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* ''Crossfire'', a {{CNN}} Creator/{{CNN}} debate program.
29th Sep '13 11:05:29 AM Kernigh
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** ''Crossfire'' (1991), a rebranded version of ''VideoGame/SuperAirwolf''.

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** ''Crossfire'' (1990), a Famicom game, released only in Japan.
** ''Crossfire'' (1991), a rebranded version of ''VideoGame/SuperAirwolf''.Sega Genesis game, called ''VideoGame/SuperAirwolf'' in Japan.
23rd Sep '13 5:53:04 PM StFan
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[[redirect:Manga/{{Crossfire}}]]

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[[redirect:Manga/{{Crossfire}}]]'''''Crossfire''''' or '''''[=CrossFire=]''''' can refer to the following works:

* ''Manga/{{Crossfire}}'', a manga by Kohta Hirano, spin-off from ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''.
* ''Crossfire'', a {{CNN}} debate program.
* One of several video games:
** ''Crossfire'' (1981), Sierra On-Line's clone of ''VideoGame/{{Targ}}'', a shooting game in a grid.
** ''Crossfire'' (1991), a rebranded version of ''VideoGame/SuperAirwolf''.
** ''[[VideoGame/CrossfireRPG Crossfire]]'' (2001), an open-source MMORPG.
** ''[[VideoGame/CrossFireFPS CrossFire]]'' (2007), Neowiz's online FPS that uses the Lithtech Jupiter engine.
** ''VideoGame/SuperCrossfire'' (2012), Radiangames' arcade-style Shoot 'em Up.

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26th Oct '11 4:59:41 PM movie007
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[[quoteright:200:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/crossfire2_1441.jpg]]
->''"Grace be with you all. Amen"''
--> --'''Heinkel Wolfe'''


''Crossfire'' follows the adventures of {{Moe}}/{{Blood Knight}} Yumiko Tagaki, and gun-toting {{Bifauxnen}} Heinkel Wolfe, agents of the {{MIB}}-style Vatican Section XIII, also known as the Iscariot Organization. In their efforts to administer divine punishment, they slash and slaughter through three chapters of bloodshed and violence.

Unlike the Hellsing Organization, Iscariot works to eliminate every threat to Catholicism. Pagans, heathens, and the like are immediately demoted to [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman sub-human status]] and killed indiscriminately.

That still doesn't account for the ''other'' twelve divisions of the Vatican, one of which is Section III, Matthew. Presumably they all take their names from the disciples of [[{{Jesus}} Jesus Christ]].

''Crossfire'' exists as an extra in the first three ''{{Hellsing}}'' volumes, but WordOfGod has said that it is not part of ''Hellsing'' {{canon}}.
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!! This show provides examples of:
* ADayInTheLimelight: Hinkel and Yumie are completely minor characters in the main ''{{Hellsing}}'' plotline.
* AnimeCatholicism: The basis of the entire plot.
* {{Antihero}}: Iscariot as a whole.
* AscendedExtra: The main characters.
* AxCrazy: Yumie.
* BadassLongcoat: Heinkel.
* BerserkButton: Yumiko's glasses.
* BlackComedy: Oh Yes!
* GrayAndBlackMorality: Iscariot's regular massacres aren't exactly justified, but their enemies are {{Obviously Evil}}.
* ComedicSociopath: Yumie and Heinkel.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: Gloriously inverted with Heinkel, but played straight with Maxwell.
* {{Expy}}: Mr. Ridgeway is a notorious example.
* GunsAkimbo: Heinkel.
* ConservationOfNinjutsu: Added to the {{Principle Of Evil Marksmanship}} this makes for excellent {{Plot Armour}}!
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Yumie wields one, and those people won't miss their limbs.
* PistolPose: The opening artwork.
* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: A staple of conversation, and used gratuitously.
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Something of a visual motif for Heinkel, and Maxwell.
* SlasherSmile: Yumie, in her first appearance no less!
* SplitPersonality: Yumiko breezes between a gentle girl and Yumie, a crazed and violent zealot.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Yumie. {{YMMV}} on the evil.
* ThirteenIsUnlucky: Yeah, for everyone else that is.
* TooDumbToLive: The cultists, and their "{{Messiah}}".
* WunzaPlot: One's an nun, one's an assassin, they kill in the name of {{God}}.
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[[quoteright:200:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/crossfire2_1441.jpg]]
->''"Grace be with you all. Amen"''
--> --'''Heinkel Wolfe'''


''Crossfire'' follows the adventures of {{Moe}}/{{Blood Knight}} Yumiko Tagaki, and gun-toting {{Bifauxnen}} Heinkel Wolfe, agents of the {{MIB}}-style Vatican Section XIII, also known as the Iscariot Organization. In their efforts to administer divine punishment, they slash and slaughter through three chapters of bloodshed and violence.

Unlike the Hellsing Organization, Iscariot works to eliminate every threat to Catholicism. Pagans, heathens, and the like are immediately demoted to [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman sub-human status]] and killed indiscriminately.

That still doesn't account for the ''other'' twelve divisions of the Vatican, one of which is Section III, Matthew. Presumably they all take their names from the disciples of [[{{Jesus}} Jesus Christ]].

''Crossfire'' exists as an extra in the first three ''{{Hellsing}}'' volumes, but WordOfGod has said that it is not part of ''Hellsing'' {{canon}}.
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!! This show provides examples of:
* ADayInTheLimelight: Hinkel and Yumie are completely minor characters in the main ''{{Hellsing}}'' plotline.
* AnimeCatholicism: The basis of the entire plot.
* {{Antihero}}: Iscariot as a whole.
* AscendedExtra: The main characters.
* AxCrazy: Yumie.
* BadassLongcoat: Heinkel.
* BerserkButton: Yumiko's glasses.
* BlackComedy: Oh Yes!
* GrayAndBlackMorality: Iscariot's regular massacres aren't exactly justified, but their enemies are {{Obviously Evil}}.
* ComedicSociopath: Yumie and Heinkel.
* DudeLooksLikeALady: Gloriously inverted with Heinkel, but played straight with Maxwell.
* {{Expy}}: Mr. Ridgeway is a notorious example.
* GunsAkimbo: Heinkel.
* ConservationOfNinjutsu: Added to the {{Principle Of Evil Marksmanship}} this makes for excellent {{Plot Armour}}!
* KatanasAreJustBetter: Yumie wields one, and those people won't miss their limbs.
* PistolPose: The opening artwork.
* ReasonYouSuckSpeech: A staple of conversation, and used gratuitously.
* ScaryShinyGlasses: Something of a visual motif for Heinkel, and Maxwell.
* SlasherSmile: Yumie, in her first appearance no less!
* SplitPersonality: Yumiko breezes between a gentle girl and Yumie, a crazed and violent zealot.
* SuperpoweredEvilSide: Yumie. {{YMMV}} on the evil.
* ThirteenIsUnlucky: Yeah, for everyone else that is.
* TooDumbToLive: The cultists, and their "{{Messiah}}".
* WunzaPlot: One's an nun, one's an assassin, they kill in the name of {{God}}.
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