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9th Dec '17 10:36:29 PM Benthelame
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* ''WesternAnimation/BatmanBeyond'' has Terry use the line verbatim when he fights what he believes to be a ghost at the school. The target of the invisible villain's rage is none other than the school bully.
12th Nov '17 10:00:55 AM JackG
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--->'''[[spoiler: Giant-Man]]:''' You wanna get to them, you gotta go through me!\\
[[spoiler: Some scenes later, Vision literally flies through Giant-Man.]]\\

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--->'''[[spoiler: -->'''[[spoiler: Giant-Man]]:''' You wanna get to them, you gotta go through me!\\
[[spoiler: Some scenes later, Vision literally flies through Giant-Man.[[spoiler:Giant-Man.]]\\
12th Nov '17 10:00:20 AM JackG
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* PlayedForLaughs in ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' during the airport battle.
--->'''[[spoiler: Giant-Man]]:''' You wanna get to them, you gotta go through me!\\
[[spoiler: Some scenes later, Vision literally flies through Giant-Man.]]\\
'''[[spoiler: Giant-Man]]:''' ''[freaking out]'' SOMETHING JUST FLEW IN ME!
10th Nov '17 3:52:45 AM eryar
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Oceanfalls}}'', Five pulls one of these for Aria, against Kotori.
31st Oct '17 1:14:21 PM LadyNorbert
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** Edward manages to play this trope straight for the villain ''and'' the kneeling victim behind him at the same time later: he jumps in front of [[spoiler:Winry, who is pointing a gun at Scar, to prevent her from shooting him, because he knows that if she shoots (and inevitably misses) Scar will have to kill her as an enemy. He then convinces Winry to not kill him and have {{revenge}} for her parents's deaths.]]

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** Edward manages to play this trope straight for the villain ''and'' the kneeling victim behind him at the same time later: he jumps in front of [[spoiler:Winry, who is pointing a gun at Scar, to prevent her from shooting him, because he knows that if she shoots (and inevitably misses) Scar will have to kill her as an enemy. He then convinces Winry to not kill him and have {{revenge}} for her parents's parents' deaths.]]



* In ''[[Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird]]'', if anything in Thedas wants to get to the Lady Inquisitor, it's going to have to go through either the [[BigBrotherInstinct Lord Inquisitor]] or [[LoveInterest Commander Cullen]] first. Or both.

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* In ''[[Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge All This Sh*t is Twice as Weird]]'', the ''Fanfic/TwiceUponAnAge'' series, if anything in Thedas wants to get to [[VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition the Lady Inquisitor, Inquisitor]], it's going to have to go through either the [[BigBrotherInstinct Lord Inquisitor]] or [[LoveInterest Commander Cullen]] first. Or both.



* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Cullen tells Meredith that she will have to go through him to get to Hawke after she turns on them. She is so crazy by this point that he will still do this even if Hawke sides with the Mages. If Carver joined the Templars, he will do this too.
** Becomes even more significant if Hawke themself is a Mage and sided with the Mages, where even a loyal Templar like Cullen would rather stand with an ''apostate mage'' such as Hawke than follow Meredith anymore.
** Hawke invokes this towards the Arishok during his attempt to seize Kirkwall, then potentially again when he attempts to take [[spoiler: Isabela]] back to Par Vollen as a captive for [[spoiler: stealing the Tome of Koslun]]. This leads to Hawke engaging in a DuelToTheDeath with the Arishok himself, with the fate of the city [[spoiler: and potentially Isabela]] as the prize.
** In the same scene, if she [[spoiler: and Isabela]] is present, Aveline invokes this, too. Speaking of Aveline, one of her battle cries is literally "You go through me before anyone else!"

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* ''Franchise/DragonAge:''
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In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', when the Hawke family is fleeing Lothering, they meet Aveline and her Templar husband, Ser Wesley. Hawke's little sister Bethany is an apostate mage (which Hawke may or may not also be), and Wesley's vows to the Templar order require him to take her into custody. The second he starts moving toward Bethany, however, Hawke gets in the way - even if s/he is also a mage. The implication is silent, but very obvious.
*** In the endgame,
Cullen tells Meredith that she will have to go through him to get to Hawke after she turns on them. She is so crazy by this point that he will still do this even if Hawke sides with the Mages. If Carver joined the Templars, he will do this too.
** *** Becomes even more significant if Hawke themself is a Mage and sided with the Mages, where even a loyal Templar like Cullen would rather stand with an ''apostate mage'' such as Hawke than follow Meredith anymore.
** *** Hawke invokes this towards the Arishok during his attempt to seize Kirkwall, then potentially again when he attempts to take [[spoiler: Isabela]] back to Par Vollen as a captive for [[spoiler: stealing the Tome of Koslun]]. This leads to Hawke engaging in a DuelToTheDeath with the Arishok himself, with the fate of the city [[spoiler: and potentially Isabela]] as the prize.
** *** In the same scene, if she [[spoiler: and Isabela]] is present, Aveline invokes this, too. Speaking of Aveline, one of her battle cries is literally "You go through me before anyone else!"else!"
** In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeInquisition'', it's eventually revealed that [[spoiler:Varric has been doing this for Hawke since the second game. He [[BlatantLies blatantly lied]] to Cassandra about not knowing how to contact Hawke, since he wasn't convinced about Cassandra's motives in searching for them. He trusts the Inquisitor, though, so he breaks down and sends a letter to Hawke to ask for their help.]] When Cassandra calls him on it, he states it bluntly: "I was protecting my friend!"
30th Oct '17 10:49:18 PM darkemyst
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* In the movie ''[[Film/HarryPotterAndThePrisonerOfAzkaban Prisoner of Azkaban]]'' Severus Snape puts himself between a werewolf and his three least favorite students. Don't call him a coward.



** Played with in a non-lethal fashion in the first book, where Neville tries to keep Harry and crew from sneaking out at night by threatening to fight them. Of course, Hermione ''{{apolog|eticAttacker}}izes'' before temporarily paralyzing him, but...
** In the movie ''Prisoner of Azkaban'' Severus Snape puts himself between a werewolf and his three least favorite students. Don't call him a coward.

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** Played with in a non-lethal fashion in the [[Literature/HarryPotterAndThePhilosophersStone first book, book]], where Neville tries to keep Harry and crew from sneaking out at night by threatening to fight them. Of course, Hermione ''{{apolog|eticAttacker}}izes'' before temporarily paralyzing him, but...
** In the movie ''Prisoner of Azkaban'' Severus Snape puts himself between a werewolf and his three least favorite students. Don't call him a coward.
but...
29th Oct '17 11:46:35 AM nombretomado
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* Used in ''TheCityHunter'' when [[KnightTemplar Jin-pyo]] has kidnapped CorruptPolitician Lee Kung-wan with the intention of interrogating and then killing him. [[TheHero Yoon Sung]] blocks the road with his car and Jin-pyo...goes through it. Later in the series, the opposite happens: Jin-pyo stands in the road, and Yoon Sung is forced to stop.
* In the infamous {{homage}} scene at the end of the VideoGame/{{Frogger}} episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George tries holding off an oncoming truck as he tries getting the Frogger machine he just bought with his high score intact to the other side of the road (albeit signaling with a single palm). Needless to say, [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption it doesn't work]].

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* Used in ''TheCityHunter'' ''Series/TheCityHunter'' when [[KnightTemplar Jin-pyo]] has kidnapped CorruptPolitician Lee Kung-wan with the intention of interrogating and then killing him. [[TheHero Yoon Sung]] blocks the road with his car and Jin-pyo...goes through it. Later in the series, the opposite happens: Jin-pyo stands in the road, and Yoon Sung is forced to stop.
* In the infamous {{homage}} scene at the end of the VideoGame/{{Frogger}} ''VideoGame/{{Frogger}}'' episode of ''Series/{{Seinfeld}}'', George tries holding off an oncoming truck as he tries getting the Frogger machine he just bought with his high score intact to the other side of the road (albeit signaling with a single palm). Needless to say, [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption it doesn't work]].
27th Sep '17 1:07:01 PM lillolillo
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* ''ComicBook/PowerGirl'' story ''Fanfic/AForceOfFour'' provides several examples:
** When [[BigBad Mars]] reveals himself, Queen Hippolyte stands between him and the remainder heroes. Franchise/WonderWoman tries to persuade her to stay behind her to no avail:
--->'''Wonder Woman:''' Fury, Mother, get behind me.\\
'''Hippolyta:''' Never. I stand between Mars and all others, no matter what the cost. I stand in the name of Aphrodite.
** Mala “invites” Fury and Nuklon to step aside as he kills Power Girl. Both heroes declare that is not going to happen.
16th Sep '17 6:07:29 PM wootzits
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* ''Film/{{Barbarella}}'': Barbarella bravely puts herself between Pygar and a mob of Sogoites tormenting him and about to kill him.
9th Sep '17 12:16:00 AM dbsamurai
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* In RainbowSixSiege this is Montagne's explicit playstyle. He carries [[StoneWall le roq]], an enormous extending shield that allows him to fill entire doorways with an impenetrable wall of steel. This encourages him to place himself between enemies and his allies, to the point that he even gets points for TakingTheBullet for them with his shield.
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