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30th Jun '16 2:14:25 PM VutherA
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** The Allies started to issue gas masks once they were fully developed. They didn't wear them constantly because they were incredibly uncomfortable, and you could actually choke in one if you didn't switch the filters often enough. They also didn't work perfectly even by the war's end, with some gas agents still causing its mask-wearers to vomit (either ruining their mask, or forcing them to take it off and be vulnerable to even ''more'' gas and likely different agents that were used simultaneously in the air).

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** The Allies started to issue gas masks once they were fully developed. They didn't wear them constantly because they were incredibly uncomfortable, uncomfortable to breathe with, and you could actually choke in one if you didn't switch the filters often enough. They also didn't work perfectly even by the war's end, with some gas agents still causing its mask-wearers to vomit (either ruining their mask, or forcing them to take it off and be vulnerable to even ''more'' gas and likely different agents that were used simultaneously in the air).
30th Jun '16 2:13:33 PM VutherA
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** The Allies started to issue gas masks once they were fully developed. They didn't wear them constantly because they were incredibly uncomfortable, and you could actually choke in one if you didn't switch the filters often enough.

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** The Allies started to issue gas masks once they were fully developed. They didn't wear them constantly because they were incredibly uncomfortable, and you could actually choke in one if you didn't switch the filters often enough. They also didn't work perfectly even by the war's end, with some gas agents still causing its mask-wearers to vomit (either ruining their mask, or forcing them to take it off and be vulnerable to even ''more'' gas and likely different agents that were used simultaneously in the air).
3rd Jun '16 10:39:34 PM Doug86
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* The zombie German soldiers in the UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne sequence in ''Film/SuckerPunch''.

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* The zombie German soldiers in the UsefulNotes/WorldWarOne UsefulNotes/WorldWarI sequence in ''Film/SuckerPunch''.



* You, as the PlayerCharacter in the MMOFPS ''Verdun''. Justified in that it simulates WorldWarI and you're a soldier on the frontlines where chemical warfare was in it's heyday. Fail to get your mask on in time when the poison shells start falling and...[[TooDumbToLive well.]]

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* You, as the PlayerCharacter in the MMOFPS ''Verdun''. Justified in that it simulates WorldWarI UsefulNotes/WorldWarI and you're a soldier on the frontlines where chemical warfare was in it's heyday. Fail to get your mask on in time when the poison shells start falling and...[[TooDumbToLive well.]]
23rd Apr '16 7:17:56 AM JackG
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* The first ''Film/ResidentEvil'' movie begins with a squadron of faceless goons abseiling in the windows via different camera angles.

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* The first ''Film/ResidentEvil'' movie begins with a squadron of faceless goons abseiling in the windows via different camera angles. ''Film/ResidentEvilRetribution'' has Umbrella mooks in the GasMaskLongcoat version.



* ''Who Dares Wins'' (1982). The Special Air Service during the storming of the embassy, including a POVShot through the gas mask. This is TruthInTelevision, of course.

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* ''Who Dares Wins'' (1982). The [[EliteMooks Special Air Service Service]] during the storming of the embassy, including a POVShot [[VaderBreath through the gas mask.mask]]. This is TruthInTelevision, of course.
23rd Apr '16 7:13:45 AM JackG
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** In ''Film/TheForceAwakens'', Finn says that Stormtrooper helmets are designed to filter out smoke, but not poisonous gas. This hearkens back to the boarding scene at the beginning of A New Hope where Stormtroopers use smoke grenades to provide cover during their entrance.


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* ''Who Dares Wins'' (1982). The Special Air Service during the storming of the embassy, including a POVShot through the gas mask. This is TruthInTelevision, of course.
12th Apr '16 3:19:37 AM Dracis
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** Kuvira's army in Season 4 has thousands of these acting as her rank-and-file grunts.

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** Kuvira's army in Season 4 has thousands of these acting as her rank-and-file grunts. This [[FridgeBrilliance might have something to do]] with being prepared for the eventuality of a lethal-force [[spoiler:airbender]] attack - [[spoiler:which can involve bending the very air out of someone's lungs]].
25th Mar '16 7:33:31 PM TechPriest90
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* You, as the PlayerCharacter in the MMOFPS ''Verdun''. Justified in that it simulates WorldWarI and you're a soldier on the frontlines where chemical warfare was in it's heyday. Fail to get your mask on in time when the poison shells start falling and...[[TooDumbToLive well.]]
3rd Mar '16 8:50:32 PM Kollega
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* All over the place in the works of Otto Dix, driving home [[WarIsHell the horrors of]] UsefulNotes/WorldWarI.
9th Feb '16 7:34:01 AM FlakyPorcupine
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* Kabal from ''Franchise/MortalKombat'' has a gas mask that he uses as a respirator and to hide his horribly scarred face. Some of the characters in ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'' like Sheeva even take him for a mere Outworld {{Mook}}. It's actually a subversion as he ([[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor mostly]]) fights for the good guys, and later in the original timeline he becomes boss of the Black Dragon after he rejoins it. He upgrades to a GasMaskLongcoat in later games.
7th Feb '16 3:07:08 PM nombretomado
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* In [[Creator/HarmanAndIsing Rudolf Ising's]] [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1939]] anti-war cartoon ''WesternAnimation/PeaceOnEarth'', the now-anthropomorphic animals recall how Man finally wiped himself out in one final war. The grimness of these sequences is hyper-accentuated by their never-removed gas-masks which seem to run the length of their whole bodies- Grandpa thinks that the gas masks were actually "[[SinisterSchnoz great, long snoots, which fastened on to their stomachs]]", a sufficiently horrifying description, when combined with the masks mirrored lenses ("...and their eyes flashed!") to creep out at least one grandkid. The two last ones shoot each other dead before falling into the muck and mud, ever faceless.

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* In [[Creator/HarmanAndIsing Rudolf Ising's]] [[TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfAnimation 1939]] anti-war cartoon ''WesternAnimation/PeaceOnEarth'', the now-anthropomorphic animals recall how Man finally wiped himself out in one final war. The grimness of these sequences is hyper-accentuated by their never-removed gas-masks which seem to run the length of their whole bodies- Grandpa thinks that the gas masks were actually "[[SinisterSchnoz great, long snoots, which fastened on to their stomachs]]", a sufficiently horrifying description, when combined with the masks mirrored lenses ("...and their eyes flashed!") to creep out at least one grandkid. The two last ones shoot each other dead before falling into the muck and mud, ever faceless.
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