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20th Jun '16 11:29:50 PM Chabal2
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* ''VideoGame/DawnOfWar'': Imperial Guardsmen and Chaos Cultists can be upgraded to carry grenade launchers, whose long range keeps them alive for slightly longer.
* ''VideoGame/EmpireEarth'''s first anti-tank infantry unit is a grenade launcher, but the weapon behaves more like its replacement, the bazooka. The only modern-age arcing weapons are mortars and artillery.
12th Jun '16 4:38:04 PM Pseudoname
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'', the character [[CombatMedic Caira]] wields a napalm grenade launcher that inflicts a burn DOT.
28th Apr '16 6:19:34 PM apm483@gmail.com
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* And now we have the Raytheon Pike, a ''guided missile'' that can be fired from the [=FN=] [=EGLM=] and the Heckler & Koch M320.
28th Mar '16 3:11:55 PM Winter
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* The ''VideoGame/ValkyriaChronicles'' series has under-barrel grenade launcher attachments available to Scouts who reach Elite status (or change to an advanced Scout class in the sequels). They fire grenades much further than they can be thrown by hand, though the arc can make aiming a bit tricky.
16th Mar '16 9:48:04 AM Willbyr
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* ''{{Hellsing}}'': Incognito wields a six-shot launcher chained to his flesh.
* ''{{Gundam}}'' franchise in general:

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* ''{{Hellsing}}'': ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'': Incognito wields a six-shot launcher chained to his flesh.
* ''{{Gundam}}'' The ''Franchise/{{Gundam}}'' franchise in general:



* In ''{{Coppelion}}'' Kanon uses an M39. Or, it looks like it. It looks and loads identically to one, but the first time she fires it, it doesn't cause any more damage than a pistol. Later on, she fires it and produces a small explosion, but its still not quite at the level you'd expect. Granted, the series is prone to giving the title characters abnormal ammo, including the main character having bullets that function as ''flash grenades'' and ''smoke bombs'', so Kanon may be using some form of less explosive Ammo for closer range.

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* In ''{{Coppelion}}'' ''Manga/{{Coppelion}}'' Kanon uses an M39. Or, it looks like it. It looks and loads identically to one, but the first time she fires it, it doesn't cause any more damage than a pistol. Later on, she fires it and produces a small explosion, but its still not quite at the level you'd expect. Granted, the series is prone to giving the title characters abnormal ammo, including the main character having bullets that function as ''flash grenades'' and ''smoke bombs'', so Kanon may be using some form of less explosive Ammo for closer range.
15th Mar '16 3:10:17 AM Mhazard
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* Technically, the [[=RPG-7=] is one, it is a [[RocketPoweredWeapon rocket propelled]] grenade launcher which most people sees it as a rocket launcher.

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* Technically, the [[=RPG-7=] [=RPG-7=] is one, it is a [[RocketPoweredWeapon rocket propelled]] rocket-propelled]] grenade launcher which most people sees it as only a rocket launcher, it is ''both'' a grenade launcher and a rocket launcher.
15th Mar '16 3:09:15 AM Mhazard
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* Technically, the [[=RPG-7=] is one, it is a [[RocketPoweredWeapon rocket propelled]] grenade launcher which most people sees it as a rocket launcher.
29th Feb '16 3:06:32 PM BattleMaster
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* Battle Armor and combat vehicles in ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'' can mount grenade launchers. Since they're short-range anti-personnel weapons they do almost no damage to mechs or anything with mech-grade armor, but they can be used to deploy smoke screens or non-lethal munitions for crowd control against unarmored targets.
10th Feb '16 11:26:43 AM Winter
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* In Film/{{Darkman}}, [[TheDragon Durant]] wields a grenade launcher in his final confrontation with the title character. It causes a lot of collateral damage since he's shooting at a rapidly moving target from a helicopter over a freeway.

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* In Film/{{Darkman}}, ''Film/{{Darkman}}'', [[TheDragon Durant]] wields a grenade launcher in his final confrontation with the title character. It causes a lot of collateral damage since he's shooting at a rapidly moving target from a helicopter over a freeway.
10th Feb '16 11:26:14 AM Winter
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* In Film/{{Darkman}}, [[TheDragon Durant]] wields a grenade launcher in his final confrontation with the title character. It causes a lot of collateral damage since he's shooting at a rapidly moving target from a helicopter over a freeway.
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