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31st May '17 12:09:17 AM Codefreak5
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* The Eviscerator from ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'' shoots large sawblades with massive force, having the third-highest damage and second-highest penetration power of every weapons in the game. It's magazine-fed, too, and the sawblades can be retrieved and reused after they stop bouncing around. On top of all of that, it can be used as a more conventional buzzsaw by using the motor to spin the blade.

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* The Eviscerator from ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'' shoots large sawblades with massive force, having the third-highest damage and second-highest penetration power of every weapons weapon in the game. It's magazine-fed, too, and the sawblades can be retrieved and reused after they stop bouncing around. On top of all of that, it can be used as a more conventional buzzsaw by using the motor to spin the blade.
31st May '17 12:08:47 AM Codefreak5
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* The same Disc Gun returns in ''VideoGame/NuclearThrone'', with the exact same mechanics (save for being in a top-down game instead of a side-view one). [[spoiler:There's also a Super Disc Gun, which can only be found in specific chests after a certain point in the game. It shoots five discs at once, in a shotgun-like spread.]]



* StarWarsTheOldRepublic has a special fight during their Return of the Gree event. You run through the alien space ship (which is ''completely'' lit up with patches of neon color and silver TronLines) to obtain a "blue torus." Conventional weapons like lightsabers and blasters do not work on the final boss of the mission. you have to take it out with the torus. Yes, you're in a ''StarWars'' game [[Film/{{Tron}} fighting a giant robot with a]] DeadlyDisc. How's that merger working out, Disney?

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* StarWarsTheOldRepublic ''StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' has a special fight during their Return of the Gree event. You run through the alien space ship (which is ''completely'' lit up with patches of neon color and silver TronLines) to obtain a "blue torus." Conventional weapons like lightsabers and blasters do not work on the final boss of the mission. you have to take it out with the torus. Yes, you're in a ''StarWars'' game [[Film/{{Tron}} fighting a giant robot with a]] DeadlyDisc. How's that merger working out, Disney? Disney?
* The Eviscerator from ''VideoGame/KillingFloor2'' shoots large sawblades with massive force, having the third-highest damage and second-highest penetration power of every weapons in the game. It's magazine-fed, too, and the sawblades can be retrieved and reused after they stop bouncing around. On top of all of that, it can be used as a more conventional buzzsaw by using the motor to spin the blade.
28th May '17 3:14:30 PM PutotyraNoZarus
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* In ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'', Kiwi Arms' personal weapons are called the Kiwi Gekirin, which resemble blown-up wind-and-fire wheels with a kiwi motif.
* The Ultra Slash/Halo, used by [[Series/{{Ultraman}} Ultraman and Zoffy]], as well as fellow Ultramen [[Series/ReturnOfUltraman Jack]], [[Series/UltramanEighty Ultraman 80]], and [[Series/UltramanTheAdventureBegins Scott]].
** ''Series/UltramanAce'' has Ace using several of his own spin: the [[AnArmAndALeg Ultra]] [[OffWithHisHead Guillotine]], the Guillotine Shot, the Ace Slash, and the Flash Hand Guillotine Type.
** ''Series/UltramanOrb'' has Orb using several: as Spacium Zepellion with the Sperion Halo, Thunder Breastar with the Zedcium Halo, and the Trinitium Halo as Orb Trinity (though the latter was seen for ''Ultra Fight Orb'').
17th Mar '17 3:53:16 PM StFan
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* The "identity discs" from ''Film/{{Tron}}''; in fact, one of the UsefulNotes/{{Atari2600}} / UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} games based on the original movie was actually called ''VideoGame/TronDeadlyDiscs''. ''Film/TronLegacy'' switched to RingsOfDeath, though the devices were still referred to as "identity discs".

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* The "identity discs" from ''Film/{{Tron}}''; in fact, one of the UsefulNotes/{{Atari2600}} UsefulNotes/Atari2600 / UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} games based on the original movie was is actually called ''VideoGame/TronDeadlyDiscs''. ''Film/TronLegacy'' switched to RingsOfDeath, though the devices were are still referred to as "identity discs".



** The aforementioned UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} game ''VideoGame/TronDeadlyDiscs'', plus its arcade counterpart ''[[http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=7594 Discs Of Tron.]]''

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** The aforementioned UsefulNotes/{{Atari 2600}}[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} UsefulNotes/Atari2600[=/=]UsefulNotes/{{Intellivision}} game ''VideoGame/TronDeadlyDiscs'', plus its arcade counterpart ''[[http://www.arcade-museum.com/game_detail.php?game_id=7594 Discs Of of Tron.]]''



* In ''{{Rygar}}'' the main character's weapon, the diskarmor, is a dangerous disk attached to a retractable rope.

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* In ''{{Rygar}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Rygar}}'' the main character's weapon, the diskarmor, is a dangerous disk attached to a retractable rope.
27th Feb '17 9:13:01 AM Allronix
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* The the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, a small and isolated Force-wielding order called the Zeishon Sha forgoes lightsabers in favor of discblades. The discblades are razor-sharp, imbued with the Force, and usually plated with cortosis to make them resistant to lightsabers. Their fighting style of throwing, guiding, and summoning their discblades makes them experts at telekinetic combat.

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* The the Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse, a small and isolated Force-wielding order called the Zeishon Sha [[http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Zeison_Sha Zeison Sha]] forgoes lightsabers in favor of discblades. The discblades are razor-sharp, imbued with the Force, and usually plated with cortosis to make them resistant to lightsabers. Their fighting style of throwing, guiding, and summoning their discblades makes them experts at telekinetic combat.


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* StarWarsTheOldRepublic has a special fight during their Return of the Gree event. You run through the alien space ship (which is ''completely'' lit up with patches of neon color and silver TronLines) to obtain a "blue torus." Conventional weapons like lightsabers and blasters do not work on the final boss of the mission. you have to take it out with the torus. Yes, you're in a ''StarWars'' game [[Film/{{Tron}} fighting a giant robot with a]] DeadlyDisc. How's that merger working out, Disney?
2nd Feb '17 1:33:47 AM tytoman
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* Season two of ''Anime/SenkiZesshouSymphogear'' introduces Shirabe, whose armed gear provides her with various flavors of saw blade. This includes flingable pairs that are easily her size and smaller ones that are fired as a SpamAttack.
1st Oct '16 1:05:09 AM foxley
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* In ''Series/RobotWars'', one of the most lethal robots was Hypnodisc, who's only weapon was a heavy high-speed circular saw. Unfortunately, it was very prone to failure from becoming unbalanced or unable to spin up, and thus rarely actually won tounaments.

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* In ''Series/RobotWars'', one of the most lethal robots was Hypnodisc, who's only weapon was a heavy high-speed circular saw. Unfortunately, it was very prone to failure from becoming unbalanced or unable to spin up, and thus rarely actually won tounaments.tournaments.
* ''Series/MidsomerMurders'': In "Written in the Stars", the murderer uses a razor-edged disc to slice the throat of the third VictimOfTheWeek.
5th Sep '16 1:39:01 PM erforce
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* The Franchise/{{Predator}}s, starting with the one from ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'' onward, have been shown to use a disc which can slice clean through multiple targets and return to the wielder. In the ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' films, the disc was changed to a shuriken, though the games typically stick with the ''Predator 2'' incarnation.

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* The Franchise/{{Predator}}s, starting with the one from ''Film/{{Predator 2}}'' onward, have been shown to use a disc which can slice clean through multiple targets and return to the wielder. In the ''Film/AlienVsPredator'' films, ''Film/AVPAlienVsPredator'' and ''Film/AliensVsPredatorRequiem'', the disc was changed to a shuriken, though the games typically stick with the ''Predator 2'' incarnation.
26th Aug '16 10:23:50 AM VicGeorge2011
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** The ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' Flash game ''Escape From Argon City''.
19th Aug '16 4:08:09 PM VicGeorge2011
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** ''TRON Run/r''.
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