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25th Aug '16 5:02:11 PM LinTaylor
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** That "into orbit" part is NotAMetaphor: A giant's attack is one of the few ways the player can send the [[VideoGame/Portal2 Space Core]] back into space[[note]]the other being to cast a fully-charged Lightning Bolt spell underneath it[[/note]].
23rd Aug '16 7:49:12 AM MisterTimor
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* The Home-run bat in the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series has this effect when used with a Smash attack, complete with a very satisfying "KRIIIIIING!" sound upon a successful hit. Smash attacks in general can have this effect if the target has suffered enough damage.

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* The Home-run bat in the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series has this effect when used with a Smash attack, complete with a very satisfying "KRIIIIIING!" "[[SugarWiki/MostWonderfulSound KRIIIIIING!]]" sound upon a successful hit. Smash attacks in general can have this effect if the target has suffered enough damage.
6th Aug '16 5:10:44 PM Galacton
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Home Run Hitter describes the act or capability of one character to strike a blow with a melee weapon that is so powerful that it literally knocks the opponent or target OutOfSightOutOfMind, usually leaving ATwinkleInTheSky. Usually reserved for TheBigGuy but occasionally other characters may have this trait, especially [[CuteBruiser cute little girls.]]

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Home Run Hitter describes the act or capability of one character to strike a blow with a melee weapon that is so powerful that it literally knocks the opponent or target OutOfSightOutOfMind, into Low Earth Orbit, usually leaving ATwinkleInTheSky. Usually reserved for TheBigGuy but occasionally other characters may have this trait, especially [[CuteBruiser deceptively cute little girls.]]



Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack. Not to be confused with BatterUp, which while uses baseball bats for an effective melee weapon, may not have the same effect of blasting the poor sap into Low Earth Orbit.

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Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack. Not to be confused with BatterUp, which while uses baseball bats for an effective melee weapon, may not have the same effect of blasting the poor sap into Low Earth Orbit.
outta the park.
12th Jul '16 10:32:38 PM Dancingrage
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Home Run Hitter describes the act or capability of one character to strike a blow so powerful that it literally knocks the opponent or target OutOfSightOutOfMind, usually leaving ATwinkleInTheSky. Usually reserved for TheBigGuy but occasionally other characters may have this trait, especially [[CuteBruiser cute little girls.]]

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Home Run Hitter describes the act or capability of one character to strike a blow with a melee weapon that is so powerful that it literally knocks the opponent or target OutOfSightOutOfMind, usually leaving ATwinkleInTheSky. Usually reserved for TheBigGuy but occasionally other characters may have this trait, especially [[CuteBruiser cute little girls.]]
12th Jul '16 10:29:33 PM Dancingrage
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Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack. Not to be confused with BatterUp, which may or may not be related.

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Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack. Not to be confused with BatterUp, which may or while uses baseball bats for an effective melee weapon, may not be related.
have the same effect of blasting the poor sap into Low Earth Orbit.
28th May '16 6:04:41 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Asuna does this to Evangeline using a ''thrown boat'' as the bat in ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'', the GagSeries of ''MahouSenseiNegima''.

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* Asuna does this to Evangeline using a ''thrown boat'' as the bat in ''Anime/NegimaSecondSeason'', the GagSeries of ''MahouSenseiNegima''.''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima''.
16th Mar '16 2:20:16 AM 59Efra
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* A litteral home run in ''[[WebAnimation/CalicoElectronico Cálico Electrónico]]''. After breaking El Corretón's SuperSpeed machine and thus paralyzing him, Cálico uses a baseball bat to send him flying out of the city.
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2nd Mar '16 6:54:43 PM bwburke94
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Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack.

Not to be confused with BatterUp, which may or may not be related. Not at all related to a [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner web cartoon with a similar name]].

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Compare MegatonPunch, the unarmed version of this type of attack.

attack. Not to be confused with BatterUp, which may or may not be related. Not at all related to a [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner web cartoon with a similar name]].
related.
8th Feb '16 3:46:55 AM Jake
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* Blunt weapons in ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' inflict noticeable knockback if the wielder has a high enough strength stat and the target is small and light enough, with a possibility of said target suffering still more injuries up to and including flat-out [[LudicrousGibs splattering]] on impact if it hits hard enough. Earlier versions also had a bug that made levelling up said strength stat to absurd proportions not only really easy but difficult ''not'' to do. Almost every notable DF LetsPlay made before that bug was finally fixed somewhere around v0.31 has at least one character pulling off Folklore/PaulBunyan-esque feats like punting a goblin a thousand feet in the air.
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18th Dec '15 10:44:48 PM nombretomado
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* Joachim from ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' can learn an ability like this from The Great Gama, which blasts his opponent into the stratosphere. In order to keep it from being used against him, the player has to equip an item that protects from instant death attacks.

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* Joachim from ''ShadowHearts: Covenant'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' can learn an ability like this from The Great Gama, which blasts his opponent into the stratosphere. In order to keep it from being used against him, the player has to equip an item that protects from instant death attacks.
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