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18th Jun '16 3:23:18 PM QuarrelsomeShe-bear
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** Also [[Anime/DigimonSavers Rosemon]]'s [[http://wikimon.net/images/d/d4/Forbidden_Temptation.jpg Forbidden Temptation attack]]. *in the [[Manga/pokemonspecial]]' [[spoiler:ruby pull out a celebi out of nowhere but he did in a kamehameha fashion]]

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** Also [[Anime/DigimonSavers Rosemon]]'s [[http://wikimon.net/images/d/d4/Forbidden_Temptation.jpg Forbidden Temptation attack]]. *in the [[Manga/pokemonspecial]]' [[spoiler:ruby pull out a celebi out of nowhere but he did in a kamehameha fashion]]
18th Jun '16 3:17:45 PM QuarrelsomeShe-bear
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** Also [[Anime/DigimonSavers Rosemon]]'s [[http://wikimon.net/images/d/d4/Forbidden_Temptation.jpg Forbidden Temptation attack]].

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** Also [[Anime/DigimonSavers Rosemon]]'s [[http://wikimon.net/images/d/d4/Forbidden_Temptation.jpg Forbidden Temptation attack]]. *in the [[Manga/pokemonspecial]]' [[spoiler:ruby pull out a celebi out of nowhere but he did in a kamehameha fashion]]
29th Apr '16 9:23:05 PM DarkHunter
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* ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'' has the Soul Stream spell, which looks near identical to Goku's Kamehameha (though it's fired from a magic staff rather than one's hands). The attack deals heavy damage and looks incredibly powerful, though its long charge-up time and very high FP cost make its use situational at best. [[spoiler:The FinalBoss knows this spell, and ''he'' doesn't have limited FP.]]
22nd Apr '16 1:42:22 AM aye_amber
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* Combat Girl from Super ''MondayNightCombat'' fires a "combat laser" out of thin air apparently by sheer power of will.

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* Combat Girl from Super ''MondayNightCombat'' ''VideoGame/MondayNightCombat'' fires a "combat laser" out of thin air apparently by sheer power of will. will.
11th Apr '16 10:19:23 AM Willbyr
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* ''KyouranKazokuNikki'' has SantaClaus use this attack against [[CatGirl Kyouka]] during their duel. Yes, Santa Claus.

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* ''KyouranKazokuNikki'' ''LightNovel/KyouranKazokuNikki'' has SantaClaus use this attack against [[CatGirl Kyouka]] during their duel. Yes, Santa Claus.
27th Feb '16 4:53:05 AM Phred
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* In ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfPussInBoots'', black cats have an inherent ability to focus their bad luck into energy blasts fired in this fashion.
26th Feb '16 4:43:11 AM AndyLA
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** Kyosuke's Cross Cutter is also one of these in principle.

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** Kyosuke's Cross Cutter is and Hinata's Kikou Shotei are also one of these examples (Hinata in principle.particular, her being a {{Shotoclone}}).
26th Feb '16 4:40:17 AM AndyLA
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*** Dee Jay and Guile: Both are more accurately RazorWind powers, done without swords, as they involve pressurized air manipulated by Ki instead of actual ki.
*** Newcomer Juri can fire strange, slow moving purple versions [[ExtremityExtremist using her feet]].
*** Oro throws spherical versions, with the largest being a CombinedEnergyAttack.
*** Rose and M. Bison have their own Soul and Psycho-powered fireballs, though whether these are Ki or Psychic attacks is debatable.
*** [[JokeCharacter Dan]] has the Gadouken, which he does one-handed and travels a pathetic distance (as part of the character's blatant mockery of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting''[[note]]Ryo also fires his Koohken one-handed, and it has slim-to-none range when the ManaMeter is empty - when the Kyokugen style was ported to ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'', the Koohken became a next-door range projectile by standard[[/note]]). However, as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', it no longer does pathetic damage as well, instead being [[LethalJokeCharacter more powerful and more damaging than Ryu's version]]. Particularly the Ultra form, where it's several times the size of Ryu's and so powerful it [[LawOfInverseRecoil knocks Dan down.]]

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*** Dee Jay Jay's Air Slasher and Guile: Guile and Charlie's Sonic Boom: Both are more accurately RazorWind powers, done without swords, as they involve pressurized air manipulated by Ki instead of actual ki.
*** Newcomer Juri can fire has the Fuuhajin, strange, slow moving purple versions [[ExtremityExtremist using fired from her feet]].
*** Oro throws Oro's Nichirinsho is a spherical versions, version, with the largest largest, the Yagyo Dama, being a CombinedEnergyAttack.
*** Rose and M. Bison have their own Soul and Psycho-powered fireballs, fireballs (though Bison only uses his in the ''Alpha'' series), though whether these are Ki or Psychic attacks is debatable.
*** [[JokeCharacter Dan]] has the Gadouken, which he does one-handed and travels a pathetic distance (as part of the character's blatant mockery of ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting''[[note]]Ryo ''VideoGame/ArtOfFighting'' - see below[[note]]Ryo also fires his Koohken one-handed, and it has slim-to-none range when the ManaMeter is empty - when the Kyokugen style was ported to ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'', the Koohken became a next-door range projectile by standard[[/note]]). However, as of ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', it no longer does pathetic damage as well, instead being [[LethalJokeCharacter more powerful and even more damaging than Ryu's version]]. Particularly the Ultra form, the [[PunnyName Haoh Gadoken]], where it's several times the size of Ryu's and so powerful it [[LawOfInverseRecoil knocks Dan down.]]



* ''[[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting Art of Fighting's]]'' infamous Haoh Shoko Ken, used by series protagonists Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, is the Hado Ken on steroids. The move results in a massive wall of Ki that can drain the target of half their lifebar in a single blast! Their master (and father, in Ryo's case) can use it to even greater effect; capable of launching it three times rapidly in succession. And in their team's ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters KoF 2000]]'' ending, he uses it to deflect a blast from the [[KillSat Zero Cannon!]]

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** One of Akira's specials, the Kikokai, works a lot like the aforementioned Kikosho: it's a large energy sphere concentrated in her hands.
** Kyosuke's Cross Cutter is also one of these in principle.
* ''[[VideoGame/ArtOfFighting Art of Fighting's]]'' infamous Haoh Shoko Ken, Shokoken, used by series protagonists Ryo Sakazaki and Robert Garcia, Garcia (which Ryo's little sister Yuri also picks up throughout the ''VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters'' series), is the Hado Ken Hadoken on steroids. The move results in a massive wall of Ki that can drain the target of half their lifebar in a single blast! Their master Takuma Sakazaki (and father, in Ryo's case) can use it to even greater effect; capable of launching it three times rapidly in succession. And in their team's ''[[VideoGame/TheKingOfFighters KoF 2000]]'' ending, he uses it to deflect a blast from the [[KillSat Zero Cannon!]]


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* Sometimes when you rescue a hostage in the ''VideoGame/MetalSlug'' series, he will start acting as an AssistCharacter, following you and throwing guided fireballs from his hands.
12th Feb '16 4:32:59 PM nombretomado
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** Goku in the PlayStation2 fighter ''Super Dragon Ball Z'' has a Kamehameha that hits like a 3-hit hadoken. Considering that the project was headed by the producer of ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' and the [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter series]], this makes some sense.

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** Goku in the PlayStation2 UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 fighter ''Super Dragon Ball Z'' has a Kamehameha that hits like a 3-hit hadoken. Considering that the project was headed by the producer of ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' and the [[Franchise/StreetFighter Street Fighter series]], this makes some sense.
1st Feb '16 6:08:39 AM EarlOfSandvich
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* As opposed to the honorable trope namers, ''NoMoreHeroes''' resident cheating bastard, Destroyman, uses the sphere-type [[CallingYourAttacks Destroy Cannon]]. The Destroy Buster (beam-type), [[IncrediblyLamePun on the other hand]], comes from [[FreudWasRight somewhere else]].

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* As opposed to the honorable trope namers, ''NoMoreHeroes''' ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes''' resident cheating bastard, Destroyman, uses the sphere-type [[CallingYourAttacks Destroy Cannon]]. The Destroy Buster (beam-type), [[IncrediblyLamePun on the other hand]], comes from [[FreudWasRight somewhere else]].
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