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21st Sep '17 4:02:04 AM DRCEQ
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* ''Film/Star WarsTheForceAwakens'' has the infamous scene where Kylo Ren destroys his own computer in a fit of anger.

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* ''Film/Star WarsTheForceAwakens'' ''Film/StarWarsTheForceAwakens'' has the infamous scene where Kylo Ren destroys his own computer in a fit of anger.
19th Sep '17 4:05:13 PM DRCEQ
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* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' explains how the [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Street Fighter tournament works]]. Ryu meticulously organized the whole tournament, giving each fighter a very detailed schedule of who to fight, when, and where. Problems pop up immediately when fighters start calling in about the scheduling, like Guile being uncomfortable fighting E.Honda in a men's bathhouse, where all their [[UnusualEuphamism sushi rolls are on display.]] Ken calls up, saying his guide says he's supposed to fight E. Honda, but Ryu corrects him, saying he's fighting ''A'' Honda. Ken dismisses the idea of fighting a car, and half-heartedly takes a couple punches at the side mirror. He then starts getting into it and has fun.

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* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' explains how the [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Street Fighter tournament works]]. Ryu meticulously organized the whole tournament, giving each fighter a very detailed schedule of who to fight, when, and where. Problems pop up immediately when fighters start calling in about the scheduling, like Guile being uncomfortable fighting E.Honda in a men's bathhouse, where all their [[UnusualEuphamism [[UnusualEuphemism sushi rolls are on display.]] Ken calls up, saying his guide says he's supposed to fight E. Honda, but Ryu corrects him, saying he's fighting ''A'' Honda. Ken dismisses the idea of fighting a car, and half-heartedly takes a couple punches at the side mirror. He then starts getting into it and has fun.
19th Sep '17 4:04:27 PM DRCEQ
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* ''Star Wars: The Force Awakens'' has the infamous scene where Kylo Ren destroys his own computer in a fit of anger.

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* ''Star Wars: The Force Awakens'' ''Film/Star WarsTheForceAwakens'' has the infamous scene where Kylo Ren destroys his own computer in a fit of anger.anger.
* ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' explains how the [[VideoGame/StreetFighterII Street Fighter tournament works]]. Ryu meticulously organized the whole tournament, giving each fighter a very detailed schedule of who to fight, when, and where. Problems pop up immediately when fighters start calling in about the scheduling, like Guile being uncomfortable fighting E.Honda in a men's bathhouse, where all their [[UnusualEuphamism sushi rolls are on display.]] Ken calls up, saying his guide says he's supposed to fight E. Honda, but Ryu corrects him, saying he's fighting ''A'' Honda. Ken dismisses the idea of fighting a car, and half-heartedly takes a couple punches at the side mirror. He then starts getting into it and has fun.
17th Sep '17 11:46:48 AM nombretomado
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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Y gadair, y'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.

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And no, the title of this article is ''not'' the Welsh, nor [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons German]] for "The chair, the".[[note]]Those would be ''Y gadair, y'' and ''Der Stuhl, der!'', respectively.[[/note]] The trope also has nothing to do with PeopleSitOnChairs.
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10th Jul '17 2:59:23 PM PaladinOne
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* In ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'', certain objects are marked as enemies and are targettable (these tend to be combat-related items like siege weapons, walls, or "supplies"). In some cases destroying these may be necessary to complete quests, although they don't drop items. Such objects are vulnerable to most if not all attacks- which makes very little with certain classes. Necromancers can steal life and place curses on inanimate objects, and shooting carts with arrows causes them to explode.

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* In ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'', certain objects are marked as enemies and are targettable (these tend to be combat-related items like siege weapons, walls, or "supplies"). In some cases destroying these may be necessary to complete quests, although they don't drop items. Such objects are vulnerable to most if not all attacks- which makes very little sense with certain classes. Necromancers can steal life and place curses on inanimate objects, and shooting carts with arrows causes them to explode.
1st Jul '17 12:44:12 PM 1998bmw
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* ''VideoGame/{{Injustice}}'' takes this two ways. Depending on the physical strength of the character, the player can use parts of a certain stage as weapons against the opponent, with chairs being options, depending on the stage. Stronger ones can use statues, dumpsters, and even cars. The more passive incarnation of this trope shows up if characters hit the ground with enough force that the damage spreads to the background. At the end of each fight, the player will get an XP bonus if objects were used as weapons or if the stage was substantially damaged.
25th Jun '17 1:46:37 PM nombretomado
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* A good majority of the scenery in the ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' series can be destroyed. Fire hydrants, boxes, chairs, alarm lights, cars, signs, and then some. In fact, busting up inanimate objects is crucial to building the Demolition Shot Gauge--blowing up objects keeps the Beat Counter's flame lit, especially if there are no more enemies in the room left to kill.

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* A good majority of the scenery in the ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Gungrave}}'' series can be destroyed. Fire hydrants, boxes, chairs, alarm lights, cars, signs, and then some. In fact, busting up inanimate objects is crucial to building the Demolition Shot Gauge--blowing up objects keeps the Beat Counter's flame lit, especially if there are no more enemies in the room left to kill.
25th Jun '17 1:46:30 PM nombretomado
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* A good majority of the scenery in the ''{{Gungrave}}'' series can be destroyed. Fire hydrants, boxes, chairs, alarm lights, cars, signs, and then some. In fact, busting up inanimate objects is crucial to building the Demolition Shot Gauge--blowing up objects keeps the Beat Counter's flame lit, especially if there are no more enemies in the room left to kill.

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* A good majority of the scenery in the ''{{Gungrave}}'' ''Anime/{{Gungrave}}'' series can be destroyed. Fire hydrants, boxes, chairs, alarm lights, cars, signs, and then some. In fact, busting up inanimate objects is crucial to building the Demolition Shot Gauge--blowing up objects keeps the Beat Counter's flame lit, especially if there are no more enemies in the room left to kill.
13th Jun '17 8:26:16 PM nombretomado
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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2'', various crates not only drop health, but in the {{XBox 360}} version you can also get an achievement for destroying a large amount of them.

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* In ''VideoGame/MarvelUltimateAlliance 2'', various crates not only drop health, but in the {{XBox UsefulNotes/{{XBox 360}} version you can also get an achievement for destroying a large amount of them.



* TheBardsTale on the Xbox has a barrel maker who catches the protagonist smashing his barrels. He offers to pay you for every barrel you smash afterwards. This is so everyone has to buy new barrels from him.

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* TheBardsTale ''VideoGame/TheBardsTale'' on the Xbox has a barrel maker who catches the protagonist smashing his barrels. He offers to pay you for every barrel you smash afterwards. This is so everyone has to buy new barrels from him.
27th May '17 12:51:07 PM Korodzik
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* Some decorations in ''VideoGame/ShadowOfTheWoolBall'', such as tables and potted plants, can be destroyed (and occasionally yield [[RewardingVandalism bonus items]]).
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