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25th Jun '17 4:40:06 PM PhantomRider
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**The HonestTrailers for the 2017 movie had a lot of fun with the fact that Angel Grove got pretty much demolished by the Zord battle. "Why are you cheering?! Your town is in ruins!"
25th Jun '17 4:55:37 AM MM_Crusader
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* The events of ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' happen after the Avengers has caused too much destruction as a result of past heroic actions, forcing governments around the world to setup the Sokovia Accords.

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* The events of ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' happen after the Avengers has have caused too much destruction as a result of past in their heroic actions, forcing governments around the world to setup the Sokovia Accords.
24th Jun '17 8:16:35 PM MM_Crusader
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* The events of ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' happen after the Avengers has caused too much destruction as a result of past heroic actions, forcing governments around the world to setup the Sokovia Accords.
23rd Jun '17 10:45:16 AM bobwolf
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* ''Film/WonderWoman'' is a much [[DownplayedTrope downplayed]] example compared to ManOfSteel when liberating a village from the Germans. The worst she does is destroy a church tower, but the rest of the church is fine.
12th Jun '17 6:36:24 AM Piterpicher
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* {{BomberMan}}. Makes sense, considering his primary weapon.

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* {{BomberMan}}.VideoGame/{{BomberMan}}. Makes sense, considering his primary weapon.
5th Jun '17 8:06:24 PM Zaptech
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** ''Videogame/XCOM2'' continues the destructive traditions of its predecessor, only now you can blow up floors of buildings to drop enemies to their doom, and one class, the Grenadier, is dedicated to property and cover destruction. Later exosuits you can unlock give you the ability o fire rockets, and the SPARK robot allies you can build in the ''Shen's Last Gift'' expansion also carry rockets and missiles. On top of that, unlike in previous games, civilian casualties in cities have no impact on your standing (you're a guerilla movement being smeared by propaganda anyway) so you're perfectly fine with accidentally getting a civilian or twenty caught in the crossfire. It's even encouraged in some cases, because a civilian might actually be a [[ShapeShifter Faceless]] in disguise!
4th Jun '17 6:50:17 AM ClatoLawa
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* ''Fanfic/HopToIt'' has Rabbit, who in the first chapter discovers she's somehow picked up her partner's superpower Dogstruction, which basically causes destruction around her when she runs and jumps. Note though most of the times she's saved people directly she did it without casting Dogstruction, and the only time she manages to cast it and save someone afterward, she gets called out for her recklessness and told that she had other options (namely, waiting for Ladybug to use Lucky Charm). It's stated that Perro Negro had a lot more control over the ability, and in later chapters he's trying to train Rabbit in it.
3rd Jun '17 7:44:21 PM Mooncalf
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* ''Anime/DominionTankPolice''. The title says it all. In addition, in an early episode, Buaku and the Puma Twins sneak into a secured vault full of art treasures to steal something, and the place's security (not the aforementioned police; just a group of armed mercs with all the finesse and discretion of the Keystone Kops) try to stop them by opening fire with automatic weapons... inside the vault. Among all the artwork.
3rd Jun '17 10:10:32 AM nombretomado
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* In the WhateleyUniverse, there was Battery, who fought his nemesis to the death and destroyed one of the New York City bridges in the process; and the Flying Bulldozer, who wasn't smart enough to avoid major damage when he pursued felons. Now there's Tennyo, who has done things like: destroy an entire building and most of a street fighting the Arch-Fiend; and completely destroy the underground NORAD C base while rescuing her parents.

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* In the WhateleyUniverse, Literature/WhateleyUniverse, there was Battery, who fought his nemesis to the death and destroyed one of the New York City bridges in the process; and the Flying Bulldozer, who wasn't smart enough to avoid major damage when he pursued felons. Now there's Tennyo, who has done things like: destroy an entire building and most of a street fighting the Arch-Fiend; and completely destroy the underground NORAD C base while rescuing her parents.
24th May '17 12:47:38 PM kome360
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** Ezio Auditore in AssassinsCreedRevelations once set fire to the docks in order to carry out an assassination attempt. It went off without a hitch...never mind the potential death of innocent civilians and property.
** Jacob Frye in AssassinsCreedRevelations is very single minded in his pursuit of the templars. And as such, causes a LOT of damage in going after their ranking members. His list of destructive deeds include Derailing a train, burning down a medical facility, causing the collapse of Medical regulations, throwing transportation in London into chaos and under the thumb of gangs, crashing a carriage, and most famously, nearly collapsing the British economy just by killing the bank president and causing it to close temporarily.

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** Ezio Auditore in AssassinsCreedRevelations once set fire off an incendiary bomb to the docks a cave city in order to carry out an assassination attempt. It went off without a hitch...never mind the potential death hundreds of innocent civilians deaths by smoke inhalation and property.
razing of the town.
** Jacob Frye in AssassinsCreedRevelations AssassinsCreedSyndicate is very single minded in his pursuit of the templars. And as such, causes a LOT of damage in going after their ranking members. His list of destructive deeds include Derailing a train, burning down a medical facility, causing the collapse of Medical regulations, throwing transportation in London into chaos and under the thumb of gangs, crashing a carriage, and most famously, nearly collapsing the British economy just by killing the bank president and causing it to close temporarily.
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