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16th Apr '16 10:12:43 PM Gamermaster
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* The first appearance of [[{{Cyborg}} Dieci]] from ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' has her appearing with a cloak that she promptly throws away together with the cloth wrapped around her {{BFG}}.

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* The first appearance of [[{{Cyborg}} Dieci]] from ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers'' has her appearing with a cloak that she promptly throws away together with the cloth wrapped around her {{BFG}}.



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14th Jan '16 4:06:03 PM DAMartin
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* Each episode throughout the Shuringe arc of BombermanBDamanBakugaiden had Ms Purple (Shuringe's alias to pretend to be a good Bomber) flinging her little green dress to reveal clothes related to any skill she was claiming to have.
10th Dec '15 8:51:51 PM AuraXtreme
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* In the opening of ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyType0'', Class Zero [[BadassBoast arrives]] in hooded Akademeia uniforms, but all twelve of them quickly throw them into the air to reveal their faces and [[BadassCape vermillion capes]] (amusingly, the uniforms they're wearing underneath are almost identical to the ones they throw, except with pauldrons and capes, and [[NonUniformUniform less uniform]]).
4th Dec '15 5:15:10 AM sorako
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* In episode 4 of ''Manga/MidoriNoHibi'', we see the handkerchief that doll-sized Midori had been wearing go flying through the air when she changes into a new T-shirt/dress. In episode 6, Shiori strips off a [[SailorFuku seifuku]] on-camera and flings its parts into the air around her.

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* In episode 4 of ''Manga/MidoriNoHibi'', ''Manga/MidoriDays'', we see the handkerchief that doll-sized Midori had been wearing go flying through the air when she changes into a new T-shirt/dress. In episode 6, Shiori strips off a [[SailorFuku seifuku]] on-camera and flings its parts into the air around her.
6th Nov '15 9:30:11 AM Prfnoff
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* In the episode Circus of the Stars Part 2 of ''Team Galaxy'', Yoko, Bret, Josh, and Fluffy run on stage and tear off their clown costumes in such a fashion.

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* In the episode Circus "Circus of the Stars Part 2 2" of ''Team Galaxy'', ''WesternAnimation/TeamGalaxy'', Yoko, Bret, Josh, and Fluffy run on stage and tear off their clown costumes in such a fashion. fashion.
3rd Jun '15 7:03:32 PM Knight20
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* In the episode Circus of the Stars Part 2 of ''Team Galaxy'', Yoko, Bret, Josh, and Fluffy run on stage and tear off their clown costumes in such a fashion.
23rd May '15 3:57:52 AM FKJ10
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* In Creator/EmaToyama’s ''Manga/PochaPochaSwimmingClub'' the club president can change into her swim suit like this in three seconds.

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* In Creator/EmaToyama’s ''Manga/PochaPochaSwimmingClub'' Pocha Pocha Swimming Club the club president can change into her swim suit like this in three seconds.
17th May '15 5:49:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya'' does this quite often, whenever Haruhi is forcing Mikuru into a new costume.

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* ''TheMelancholyOfHaruhiSuzumiya'' ''[[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya The Melancholy of Haruhi Suzumiya]]'' does this quite often, whenever Haruhi is forcing Mikuru into a new costume.
12th Apr '15 10:50:33 PM nombretomado
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* The trope [[ChekhovsGun becomes a plot point]] in an episode of CaseClosed[=/=]Manga/DetectiveConan. [[spoiler: The victim of the week was a singer who liked to melodramatically take off his jacket and toss it into the air before performing, and the killer placed some bits of poison on a fixed spot of the jacket he was wearing. That way he would take off the jacket, get his hands smeared with lethal toxins without knowing it, 'transfer' the venom to his favorite snack (rice balls) and die of it.]]

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* The trope [[ChekhovsGun becomes a plot point]] in an episode of CaseClosed[=/=]Manga/DetectiveConan.''Case Closed[=/=]Manga/DetectiveConan''. [[spoiler: The victim of the week was a singer who liked to melodramatically take off his jacket and toss it into the air before performing, and the killer placed some bits of poison on a fixed spot of the jacket he was wearing. That way he would take off the jacket, get his hands smeared with lethal toxins without knowing it, 'transfer' the venom to his favorite snack (rice balls) and die of it.]]
12th Apr '15 9:54:05 PM nombretomado
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* The trope [[ChekhovsGun becomes a plot point]] in an episode of CaseClosed[=/=]DetectiveConan. [[spoiler: The victim of the week was a singer who liked to melodramatically take off his jacket and toss it into the air before performing, and the killer placed some bits of poison on a fixed spot of the jacket he was wearing. That way he would take off the jacket, get his hands smeared with lethal toxins without knowing it, 'transfer' the venom to his favorite snack (rice balls) and die of it.]]

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* The trope [[ChekhovsGun becomes a plot point]] in an episode of CaseClosed[=/=]DetectiveConan.CaseClosed[=/=]Manga/DetectiveConan. [[spoiler: The victim of the week was a singer who liked to melodramatically take off his jacket and toss it into the air before performing, and the killer placed some bits of poison on a fixed spot of the jacket he was wearing. That way he would take off the jacket, get his hands smeared with lethal toxins without knowing it, 'transfer' the venom to his favorite snack (rice balls) and die of it.]]
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