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10th Jun '18 1:34:46 PM elemt
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* ''VideoGame/PathOfExile'': The assassin Vorici gives players missions that can involve killing a target but not all of his guards, all of his guards but not the target, or reducing the target to low life but leaving him alive. This can be difficult for characters who are built to obliterate half the screen with a wave of their hand, and can require some awkward workarounds like removing almost all their supports, or repeatedly using a movement skill that deals almost no damage to wear them down.
1st Jun '18 8:08:42 PM rjd1922
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* 'WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'':

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23rd May '18 11:13:39 PM DoubleDuckAvenger
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* 'WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Bad Kaeloo has SuperStrength, but sometimes forgets about it. In one episode, she hugs her friends [[YourHeadAsplode and their heads explode.]]

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Bad Kaeloo has SuperStrength, but sometimes forgets about it. In one episode, she hugs her friends [[YourHeadAsplode and their heads explode.]]]]
** In one episode, Eugly gives Stumpy a high-five which sends him flying into the air and crashing into a nearby tree.
15th May '18 7:48:52 AM JackG
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* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' Worf (yes, [[TheWorfBarrage that Worf]]) relates a story of when he was 13, playing soccer, and accidentally headbutted a player on the opposing team. Since Klingons are much stronger than humans and have ''ridged foreheads'', the other kid's neck was snapped and died of his injuries shortly after.

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* In ''Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine'' Worf (yes, [[TheWorfBarrage that Worf]]) relates a story of when he was 13, playing soccer, and accidentally headbutted a player on the opposing team. Since Klingons are much stronger than humans and have ''ridged foreheads'', the other kid's neck was snapped and died of his injuries shortly after. He uses the incident to explain why he's not a BoisterousBruiser like other Klingons.


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* There's an accidental version in ''Series/BlakesSeven''. In "Headhunter", a character breaks off the teleport control handle when he grabs it violently. This is nothing unusual given the NoBudget sets, but he's later revealed to be an android disguised as a human, so this trope could be in play also.
25th Apr '18 3:01:34 AM KoshAndSheridan
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* The unsub in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a big and strong but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].

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* The unsub in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a big and strong but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] childlike]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].
25th Apr '18 2:58:47 AM KoshAndSheridan
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* The unsub in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a large but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].

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* The unsub in the ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a large big and strong but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].
25th Apr '18 2:57:35 AM KoshAndSheridan
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* The unsub in the Series/CriminalMinds episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a large but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].

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* The unsub in the Series/CriminalMinds ''Series/CriminalMinds'' episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a large but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].
25th Apr '18 2:55:53 AM KoshAndSheridan
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* The unsub in the Series/CriminalMinds episode "Damaged" turns out to be [[spoiler: a large but mentally challenged man who [[ManChild thought he was a child]] and arguably did not intend to kill his victims]].
23rd Apr '18 6:01:38 AM Kalaong
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** It's played up more in the manga version, but Shampoo often destroys things around her, [[ThereWasADoor tearing through walls rather than going for the door]] or shattering doors when she does use them. It's debatable whether she counts for this, though, as it's just as likely that she just likes to show off that she's a CuteBruiser. Though when given a hypnotic suggestion to "go home ''peacefully''" she ''still'' smashes through a wall [[http://www.anymanga.com/ranma/011/008/014/ as she leaves.]]

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** It's played up more in the manga version, but Shampoo often destroys things around her, [[ThereWasADoor tearing through walls rather than going for the door]] or shattering doors when she does use them. It's debatable whether she counts for this, though, as it's just as likely that she just likes to show off that she's a CuteBruiser. Though when given a hypnotic suggestion to "go home ''peacefully''" she ''still'' smashes through a wall [[http://www.anymanga.com/ranma/011/008/014/ [[http://kissmanga.com/Manga/Ranma-1-2/110?id=60668#14 as she leaves.]]
11th Apr '18 10:21:13 AM REV6Pilot
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* The titular character in ''ComicBook/MonicasGang'' suffers because of this. Since she's only 6, it leads to really funny situations (although not so funny for her parents, who have to pay for the broken stuff, or for Jimmy Five and Smudgy, who have to ''feel in their skins'' what her inhuman strength causes. Of course, all in AmusingInjuries territory, since it's for kids.

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* The titular character in ''ComicBook/MonicasGang'' suffers because of this. Since she's only 6, it leads to really funny situations (although not so funny for her parents, who have to pay for the broken stuff, or for stuff). Jimmy Five and Smudgy, who have to ''feel Smudgy feel in their skins'' skins what her inhuman strength causes. Of course, causes, most often in the form of physical retribution for their infallible plans to "defeat" her, though she's been known to throw around the comic's Superman {{expy}}. It's all in AmusingInjuries territory, since it's for kids.territory.
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