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13th Jul '17 4:54:57 AM RedScharlach
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* ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'' has a scene where the Puma Twins engage the [[EliteMooks Red Commandos]] in a shoot out, in an upscale museum, while decked out in fancy dresses. Annapuma's AK-47 was [[HammerSpace hidden in her parasol]], while Unapuma had a tommygun [[TrouserSpace tucked under her skirt]]!

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* ''Anime/DominionTankPolice'' has a scene where the Puma Twins engage the [[EliteMooks Red Commandos]] in a shoot out, in an upscale museum, while decked out in fancy dresses. Annapuma's AK-47 was [[HammerSpace hidden in her parasol]], while Unapuma had a tommygun tommy gun [[TrouserSpace tucked under her skirt]]!



* Milady de Winter, wearing a dress in the height of 17th-century fashion, battles numerous guards during the palace-infiltration scene in ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers2011''.]]

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* Milady de Winter, wearing a dress in the height of 17th-century fashion, battles numerous guards during the palace-infiltration scene in ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers2011''.]]
27th Jun '17 9:15:10 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their best dresses with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that this scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their best dresses with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and a broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.
15th Jun '17 9:53:10 PM DesertDragon
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* Rose from ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. Her standard outfit is an evening dress with [[CombatStilettos pumps]] and a ScarfOfAsskicking. It doesn't deter her in the slightest. (and in some ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' ports, you can [[DownloadableContent download]] ''even prettier dresses'' for her.)

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* Rose from ''Franchise/StreetFighter''. Her standard outfit is an evening dress with [[CombatStilettos pumps]] and a ScarfOfAsskicking. It doesn't deter her in the slightest. (and in some ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' ports, you can [[DownloadableContent download]] ''even prettier dresses'' for her.)) To Rose's credit, her dress is slit up to the waist, allowing her legs free motion. As for the heels, her psychic powers allow her to fly, so it's not a stretch if she uses them to assist her balance.
15th Jun '17 7:40:45 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their evening finery best dresses with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.
15th Jun '17 7:38:32 PM DesertDragon
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and a broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and a broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.
15th Jun '17 7:37:02 PM DesertDragon
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* Milady de Winter, wearing a dress in the height of 17th-century fashion, battles numerous guards during the palace-infiltration scene in ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers2011''.

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* Milady de Winter, wearing a dress in the height of 17th-century fashion, battles numerous guards during the palace-infiltration scene in ''Film/TheThreeMusketeers2011''.]]



* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball in Belgium after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes her ArchEnemy Ares will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, with young women taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball in Belgium after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes her ArchEnemy Ares [[BigBad Ares]] will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, [[http://booksandquillsmag.com/articles/wwgotyourback/ with young women taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back.back]]. Turns out it ''is'' doable, but it works best if the sword has a small blade and a broad hilt, and the dress has straps or sleeves to hold the weight.
15th Jun '17 4:48:34 AM DesertDragon
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball in Belgium after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes her ArchEnemy Ares will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, with young women take pictures in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back.

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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball in Belgium after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes her ArchEnemy Ares will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, with young women take pictures taking photos in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back.
15th Jun '17 4:47:18 AM DesertDragon
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* In ''Film/WonderWoman'', Diana infiltrates a military ball in Belgium after "borrowing" a stunning blue evening gown. She believes her ArchEnemy Ares will be there, so she hides her sword in the back of her dress. While she doesn't actually fight in that scene, the image was so memorable that #[=WWgotyourback=] began trending on social media, with young women take pictures in their evening finery with a sword sheathed in the back.
7th Jun '17 11:59:47 AM Gosicrystal
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* In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games, [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Peach]] and Princess Zelda qualify for this trope, if rarely in their series proper. They battle in their standard series royal dresses.
** In the fouth game, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy Rosalina]] joins in, also wearing her trademark dress.

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* In the ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games, [[Franchise/SuperMarioBros Peach]] Peach]], [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy Rosalina]] and Princess Zelda qualify for this trope, if rarely in their series proper. They battle in their standard series royal dresses.
** In the fouth game, [[VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy Rosalina]] joins in, also wearing her trademark dress.
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26th May '17 3:58:58 PM GlitteringFlowers
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** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia Echoes]]'', the remake of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', has ''several'' [[LadyOfBlackMagic magic-based female classes]] following this: [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Saint Saints]], [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Priestess_(Gaiden) Priestesses]], the original [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Witch Witches]], the DLC [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Titania_(class) Titania]] and [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Morgana Morgana]] classes, etc.

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** ''[[VideoGame/FireEmblemEchoesShadowsOfValentia Echoes]]'', the remake of ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGaiden'', has ''several'' [[LadyOfBlackMagic magic-based female classes]] following this: [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Saint Saints]], [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Priestess_(Gaiden) Priestesses]], the original [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Witch Witches]], the DLC [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Titania_(class) Titania]] com/wiki/Exemplar Exemplar]] and [[http://fireemblem.wikia.com/wiki/Morgana Morgana]] com/wiki/Enchantress Enchantress]] classes, etc.
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