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16th Apr '18 11:05:47 PM foxley
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* ''Film/{{Krampus}}'': Krampus easily leaps from the roof of one house to another across the street from a standing start.
11th Mar '18 5:08:43 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': [[ShockAndAwe Soya]] can jump super high in the air using a lightning bolt as a kind of spring.
2nd Mar '18 10:31:05 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/DSBTInsaniT'': ???'s [[Franchise/{{Digimon}} Tyrannomon]] can leap straight up through the air in a form of VillainTeleportation.
30th Jan '18 5:37:32 AM totoofze47
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* A honorable mention must go to ActionGirl Nami of ''Manga/OnePiece'', who does a series of long jumps over city building to reach to her captain, who is stuck between two buildings, while a storm is impending.

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honorable mention must go to ActionGirl Nami of ''Manga/OnePiece'', who does a series of long jumps over city building to reach to her captain, who is stuck between two buildings, while a storm is impending.


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** Pedro and Carrot, two members of the [[PettingZooPeople Mink tribe]] are able to jump huge distances; Carrot can even change her direction mid-jump, almost to the point of gliding. Pedro in particular earned his RedBaron "Pedro of the Treetops" thanks to the trope, as he often perches himself in tall places to scout the area.
* Tsuyu Asui from ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' being a frog girl thanks to her Quirk, she naturally has the trope as part of her abilities.
1st Jan '18 2:10:46 AM lillolillo
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** Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} can also do this, although she nearly always sticks to flying.

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** Comicbook/{{Supergirl}} can also do this, although she nearly always sticks to flying. In ''ComicBook/SupergirlCosmicAdventuresInThe8thGrade'', Kara leaps above several buildings in order to run away from a mob of reporters. She resorted to jump high until she mastered flight.



-->'''Damian:''' I can't believe you ''still'' can't fly yet.

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-->'''Damian:''' --->'''Damian:''' I can't believe you ''still'' can't fly yet.
13th Oct '17 10:03:50 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''Series/TheOrville'', Alara is a Xelayan, a HeavyWorlder race. Besides SuperStrength, she also demonstrates this trope in the pilot, when she casually leaps several dozen meters between the research center and the shuttle.
19th Sep '17 4:28:13 PM sampleman
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* In ''Literature/{{EntirelyPresentingYou}}'', it's Blank Face main method of getting around the rooftops of the city.

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* In ''Literature/{{EntirelyPresentingYou}}'', ''Literature/EntirelyPresentingYou'', it's Blank Face main method of getting around the rooftops of the city.
19th Sep '17 4:26:58 PM sampleman
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* In ''Literature/{{EntirelyPresentingYou}}'', it's Blank Face main method of getting around the rooftops of the city.
27th Aug '17 1:32:45 PM Discar
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* In ''Franchise/{{Mistborn}}'', one of the allomancy powers allows you to push off metal rods embedded in the ground.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Mistborn}}'', one ''Franchise/{{Mistborn}}'': One of the powers of allomancy powers allows you is to push on any piece of metal. Lighter metals are pushed away from you, heavier metals push you away. "Coinshots" (so called due to their habit of [[CastFromMoney shooting money at people]]) are often employed as couriers due to their habit of bounding across the city by pushing off of metal rods embedded in buildings and the ground.like.


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* ''Literature/{{Domina}}'': Akane's SuperSpeed lets her do this. It seems to have something to do with stacking inertia or something, but she doesn't worry about the details too much. She just says that physics get "bendy" when she uses her power.
9th Aug '17 11:15:30 AM TheNerfGuy
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* In the original ''WesternAnimation/{{Thundercats}}'', Tugmug of the Lunattacks is from a world with a much higher gravity than Third Earth, and can thus leap miles in one jump.
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