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8th Feb '17 6:54:17 PM KnightLight321
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* In ''{{Webcomic/Erfworld}}'', Maggie casts [[strike: Hadoken]] Hoboken to kill an enemy mount.
** The Hoboken is latter revealed to be a basic attack spell known to almost every caster.

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* In ''{{Webcomic/Erfworld}}'', Maggie casts [[strike: Hadoken]] there's the Hoboken spell, a simple blast of concussive Shockmancy that nearly all casters can use. It's not particularly powerful, but it's also simple to kill an enemy mount.
** The Hoboken is latter revealed to be
use and only costs a basic attack spell known to almost every caster.small amount of [[{{Mana}} juice]].
3rd Feb '17 4:24:08 AM sailing101
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The [[Franchise/DragonBall Kamehame]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Hadoken]] is an attack in the form of a burst of a projectile, shot from the cupped hands of the main character after bringing his/her hands forward from behind their back or aside their hip, and varying greatly in size and intensity; from the "normal", utility EnergyBall attack (as it is with Hadoken) to a devastating beam worthy of a LimitBreak or FinishingMove (as it is with Kamehameha).

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The [[Franchise/DragonBall Kamehame]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Hadoken]] is an attack a [[KiAttacks Ki Attack]] in the form of a burst of a projectile, [[PureEnergy weaponised ki]], shot from the cupped hands of the main character after bringing his/her hands forward from behind their back or aside their hip, and varying greatly in size and intensity; from the "normal", utility EnergyBall attack (as it is with Hadoken) to a devastating beam worthy of a LimitBreak or FinishingMove (as it is with Kamehameha).



Contrast with HandBlast, where the attack is not tied to the attacker's LifeEnergy or {{Mana}}. Depending on perception, both could be delivered by PowerPalms.

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Contrast with HandBlast, where the attack is not tied to the attacker's [[KiAttacks Ki]] LifeEnergy or {{Mana}}. Depending on perception, both could be delivered by PowerPalms.
23rd Jan '17 8:24:32 PM megaman100
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The [[Franchise/DragonBall Kamehame]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Hadoken]] is a [[KiAttacks Ki Attack]] in the form of a burst of [[PureEnergy weaponised ki]], shot from the cupped hands of the main character after bringing his/her hands forward from behind their back or aside their hip, and varying greatly in size and intensity; from the "normal", utility EnergyBall attack (as it is with Hadoken) to a devastating beam worthy of a LimitBreak or FinishingMove (as it is with Kamehameha).

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The [[Franchise/DragonBall Kamehame]] [[Franchise/StreetFighter Hadoken]] is a [[KiAttacks Ki Attack]] an attack in the form of a burst of [[PureEnergy weaponised ki]], a projectile, shot from the cupped hands of the main character after bringing his/her hands forward from behind their back or aside their hip, and varying greatly in size and intensity; from the "normal", utility EnergyBall attack (as it is with Hadoken) to a devastating beam worthy of a LimitBreak or FinishingMove (as it is with Kamehameha).



Contrast with HandBlast, where the attack is not tied to the attacker's [[KiAttacks Ki]] or {{Mana}}. Depending on perception, both could be delivered by PowerPalms.

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Contrast with HandBlast, where the attack is not tied to the attacker's [[KiAttacks Ki]] LifeEnergy or {{Mana}}. Depending on perception, both could be delivered by PowerPalms.
23rd Jan '17 4:17:28 AM dvegaj
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* ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' has the Athena Exclamation, which has three Gold Saints doing this move together. Appropriately, it's known as the most powerful technique available to Saints, and a DangerousForbiddenTechnique both because it can cause extreme devastation as well as because it's considered dishonorable - due to it involving THREE Saints united against a single enemy.
6th Jan '17 7:53:37 AM SeptimusHeap
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* As opposed to the honorable trope namers, ''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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* As opposed to the honorable trope namers, ''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]].else.
24th Dec '16 9:46:49 AM HarpieSiren
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** The Pokemon that is best known with this ability is Lucario, a fighting type who is able sense and use aura. It's most famous attack is Aura Sphere, which is essentially a Hadoken. Other Pokemon are capable of learning the move and other similar attacks, including Mewtwo.

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** The Pokemon that is best known with this ability is Lucario, a fighting type who is able sense and use aura. It's most famous attack is Aura Sphere, which is essentially a Hadoken. Other Pokemon are capable of learning the move and other similar attacks, the vairous "pulse" attacks, including Mewtwo.
23rd Dec '16 9:22:06 AM Morgenthaler
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** Hubert from the same game, during his Mystic Arte "No Quarter," also inexplicably gets to do this too. [[{{Badass}} With one beam in each hand.]]

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** Hubert from the same game, during his Mystic Arte "No Quarter," also inexplicably gets to do this too. [[{{Badass}} With one beam in each hand.]]
16th Dec '16 11:05:02 AM Demotivator
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* Energy attacks are pretty common for anyone skilled in shinsoo control in ''Webcomic/TowerOfGod''. But Yuri Zahard makes the most obvious connection with her "''Ha Family Shinsoo Hadōken: Ha Yuri's Special Skill, Red Velvet Sword''" technique. Extra points for the long name.
11th Dec '16 11:53:32 AM nombretomado
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* Technological example: the Radiant Wave Surger from ''CodeGeass'', built into the [[HumongousMecha Guren]]'s right hand. The tactic here is to grip the opponent then fire the microwave emitter built into the palm which [[AgonyBeam rapidly cooks the target mecha's pilot alive]] while turning the target itself into a pile of slag. It can even block bullets. Later on, it is upgraded to be capable of [[WaveMotionGun firing at long-range]] or firing over a large area to hit multiple enemies, putting them out of commission for a while. Then it gets upgraded again, this time giving it even stronger bullet-blocking as well as the ability to detach and launch the entire hand like a RocketPunch, only with a WaveMotionGun.

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* Technological example: the Radiant Wave Surger from ''CodeGeass'', ''Anime/CodeGeass'', built into the [[HumongousMecha Guren]]'s right hand. The tactic here is to grip the opponent then fire the microwave emitter built into the palm which [[AgonyBeam rapidly cooks the target mecha's pilot alive]] while turning the target itself into a pile of slag. It can even block bullets. Later on, it is upgraded to be capable of [[WaveMotionGun firing at long-range]] or firing over a large area to hit multiple enemies, putting them out of commission for a while. Then it gets upgraded again, this time giving it even stronger bullet-blocking as well as the ability to detach and launch the entire hand like a RocketPunch, only with a WaveMotionGun.
1st Dec '16 3:06:56 PM N1KF
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* In ''Manga/{{Katekyo Hitman Reborn}}'', there is Tsuna's ultimate technique, the X-Burner. This is different from most attacks of this type in that it actually attempts to [[ArtisticLicensePhysics actually follow the laws of physics]]. The X-Burner requires that Tsuna balances the massive force he exerts in the front with an equal force in the back, so that he doesn't get violently pushed back; most {{Kamehame Hadoken}}s have a MissingBackblast. This results in a unique execution of this trope in which the destructive beam is only fired from one hand, while the other hand provides the bracing force. Later on, he upgrades to the XX-Burner, which acts like a more traditional KamehameHadoken in that the destructive energy is fired from both hands. Nevertheless, it still [[AvertedTrope averts]] MissingBackblast, as the backwards force is now created through the Flame vents on the forearms of his [[PowerFist X-Gloves]].

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* In ''Manga/{{Katekyo Hitman Reborn}}'', there is Tsuna's ultimate technique, the X-Burner. This is different from most attacks of this type in that it actually attempts to [[ArtisticLicensePhysics actually follow the laws of physics]]. The X-Burner requires that Tsuna balances the massive force he exerts in the front with an equal force in the back, so that he doesn't get violently pushed back; most {{Kamehame Hadoken}}s have a MissingBackblast. This results in a unique execution of this trope in which the destructive beam is only fired from one hand, while the other hand provides the bracing force. Later on, he upgrades to the XX-Burner, which acts like a more traditional KamehameHadoken Kamehame Hadoken in that the destructive energy is fired from both hands. Nevertheless, it still [[AvertedTrope averts]] MissingBackblast, as the backwards force is now created through the Flame vents on the forearms of his [[PowerFist X-Gloves]].



*** The Advanced Class Guide introduced the Warpriest class and it's sister Archetype, the Sacred Fist. Both derive their spell lists from the Cleric, which Blood Crow Strike is unique to. Blood Crow Strike lets you make melee unarmed attacks at a range of 100+ feet away. The book also introduced Pummeling Style, a feat which allows its user to focus all of their unarmed & natural attacks into one melee strike. Preferred Spell allows a mage to cast a spell without preparing it ahead of time by burning up prepared spells, and Spell Perfection allows one to apply a Metamagic Feat to a spell without raising its level. It took less than a week after the book's publication for players to figure out that either an unarmed Warpriest or a Sacred Fist that takes takes all these options can pool them together to launch KamehameHadoken-sized single blasts from hundreds of feet from its target. EVERY. ROUND. WITHOUT HAVING PREPARED THEM AHEAD OF TIME. As of yet, fittingly, it is perhaps the single-most-powerful non-Mythic maneuver in the game, capable of unleashing literally HUNDREDS of damage on a target.

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*** The Advanced Class Guide introduced the Warpriest class and it's sister Archetype, the Sacred Fist. Both derive their spell lists from the Cleric, which Blood Crow Strike is unique to. Blood Crow Strike lets you make melee unarmed attacks at a range of 100+ feet away. The book also introduced Pummeling Style, a feat which allows its user to focus all of their unarmed & natural attacks into one melee strike. Preferred Spell allows a mage to cast a spell without preparing it ahead of time by burning up prepared spells, and Spell Perfection allows one to apply a Metamagic Feat to a spell without raising its level. It took less than a week after the book's publication for players to figure out that either an unarmed Warpriest or a Sacred Fist that takes takes all these options can pool them together to launch KamehameHadoken-sized Kamehame Hadoken-sized single blasts from hundreds of feet from its target. EVERY. ROUND. WITHOUT HAVING PREPARED THEM AHEAD OF TIME. As of yet, fittingly, it is perhaps the single-most-powerful non-Mythic maneuver in the game, capable of unleashing literally HUNDREDS of damage on a target.
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