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30th Jan '16 4:06:33 PM MetalMichelangelo
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* Yo-Yo is a chip starting from ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork 3''. It deploys spinning blades from the disk as it's fired.
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* Yo-Yo is a chip starting from ''VideoGame/MegaManBattleNetwork 3''. 2''. It deploys spinning blades from the disk as it's fired.fired 3 panels ahead and deals double damage to any enemy in its way and triple damage to the enemy on the third panel and stuns the enemy instead of making them flinch allowing Mega Man to attack again. They also count as sword chips, making them useful against the Shadow viruses.
21st Jan '16 11:17:50 PM Scrounge
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* ''[[http://www.hasbrostudios.com/shows/page/title/blazing-team Blazing Team]]'' is an entire series built on this. * The main weapon of Ladybug in ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug''. At times, it seems to have an absurdly long string; she can even use it for [[SpiderMan Spidey]]-style BuildingSwing[=ing=].
15th Jan '16 9:12:01 AM Adept
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' Comics #131 featured a manga-styled segment. Lisa appears at the end, wielding two yo-yos and sporting understandably [[Manga/DragonBall Super Saiyan]]-like hair. Pretty much a general ShoutOut to SukebanDeka.
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' Comics #131 featured a manga-styled segment. Lisa appears at the end, wielding two yo-yos and sporting understandably [[Manga/DragonBall Super Saiyan]]-like hair. Pretty much a general ShoutOut to SukebanDeka.Sukeba nDeka.

* An article in ''Pyramid'' magazine had a 'Delinquent Schoolgirl Cop' archetype (an obvious homage to ''SukebanDeka'') for the ''TabletopGame/FengShui'' role-playing game. One of the weapon choices available for the character was the combat yoyo.
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* An article in ''Pyramid'' magazine had a 'Delinquent Schoolgirl Cop' archetype (an obvious homage to ''SukebanDeka'') ''Sukeban Deka'') for the ''TabletopGame/FengShui'' role-playing game. One of the weapon choices available for the character was the combat yoyo.
15th Jan '16 9:08:43 AM Adept
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* Saki Asamiya in ''SukebanDeka'' was armed with a special metal yo-yo, which became her signature weapon -- so much so that it's an integral element in the logo for the 2006 LiveActionAdaptation (now available in the United States under the title ''Yo-Yo Girl Cop'').
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* Saki Asamiya in ''SukebanDeka'' ''Manga/SukebanDeka'' was armed with a special metal yo-yo, which became her signature weapon -- so much so that it's an integral element in the logo for the 2006 LiveActionAdaptation (now available in the United States under the title ''Yo-Yo Girl Cop'').
8th Jan '16 5:25:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* Princess Sparkle from ''SpiderRiders'' liturally kicked Grasshop's but with hers, several dozen times.
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* Princess Sparkle from ''SpiderRiders'' ''Anime/SpiderRiders'' liturally kicked Grasshop's but with hers, several dozen times.
22nd Sep '15 4:51:27 AM Adept
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* [[PsychoForHire Nofix]] uses this as a weapon in ''BIchi''. His power as the King of Spin allows him to accelerate its rotation, making it all the more deadly.
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* [[PsychoForHire Nofix]] uses this as a weapon in ''BIchi''.''Manga/BIchi''. His power as the King of Spin allows him to accelerate its rotation, making it all the more deadly.

* ''TheSimpsons'' Comics #131 featured a manga-styled segment. Lisa appears at the end, wielding two yo-yos and sporting understandably [[Manga/DragonBall Super Saiyan]]-like hair. Pretty much a general ShoutOut to SukebanDeka. * The Trickster, from TheFlash's RoguesGallery, has included yo-yos in his arsenal.
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* ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' Comics #131 featured a manga-styled segment. Lisa appears at the end, wielding two yo-yos and sporting understandably [[Manga/DragonBall Super Saiyan]]-like hair. Pretty much a general ShoutOut to SukebanDeka. * The Trickster, from TheFlash's ComicBook/TheFlash's RoguesGallery, has included yo-yos in his arsenal.
17th Sep '15 8:11:10 AM Willbyr
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* Akashiya Moka flings a yo-yo at a Tengu-masked thug during their field trip to the human world in ''[[RosarioToVampire Rosario + Vampire]]'' season 2. The yo-yo cracks the mask in half to reveal a face that is nearly identical.
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* Akashiya Moka flings a yo-yo at a Tengu-masked thug during their field trip to the human world in ''[[RosarioToVampire Rosario + Vampire]]'' ''Manga/RosarioToVampire'' season 2. The yo-yo cracks the mask in half to reveal a face that is nearly identical.

* Kiyone Makibi from ''TenchiMuyo''.
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* Kiyone Makibi from ''TenchiMuyo''.''Anime/TenchiMuyo''.

* ''HunterXHunter'', has Killua occasionally using super-yo-yos on wires as his preferred weapon, on those occasions he uses any weapon at all -- he's shown knocking chunks out of ''trees'' with them (he's super-strong, and the things weigh ''40 kilograms each'').
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* ''HunterXHunter'', ''Manga/HunterXHunter'', has Killua occasionally using super-yo-yos on wires as his preferred weapon, on those occasions he uses any weapon at all -- he's shown knocking chunks out of ''trees'' with them (he's super-strong, and the things weigh ''40 kilograms each'').

* Mamiya in ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' uses a yo-yo that suddenly produces blades in mid-air, which makes her a competent normal human fighter, but still nowhere near as strong as martial arts practitioners.
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* Mamiya in ''FistOfTheNorthStar'' ''Manga/FistOfTheNorthStar'' uses a yo-yo that suddenly produces blades in mid-air, which makes her a competent normal human fighter, but still nowhere near as strong as martial arts practitioners.

* The Ryuuseisui-wielding Suboshi is ''FushigiYuugi'''s resident Psycho Yoyo Boy. He doesn't use an actual yoyo, but it counts.
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* The Ryuuseisui-wielding Suboshi is ''FushigiYuugi'''s ''Manga/FushigiYuugi'''s resident Psycho Yoyo Boy. He doesn't use an actual yoyo, but it counts.
2nd Sep '15 4:34:21 AM Chilliwack
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse. Anyone just starting to learn tricks would be wise to use a mouthguard.
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse. And ones made of aluminum are even more dangerous. Anyone just starting to learn tricks would be wise to use a mouthguard.
2nd Sep '15 2:58:02 AM jormis29
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse. Anyone just starting tto learn tricks would be wise to use a mouthguard.
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse. Anyone just starting tto to learn tricks would be wise to use a mouthguard.
2nd Sep '15 1:57:38 AM Chilliwack
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse.
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* A standard Western yo-yo, as noted above, is the bane of babysitters and parents everywhere. Those fancy trick yo-yos that were briefly fashionable around the turn of the millennium are even worse. Anyone just starting tto learn tricks would be wise to use a mouthguard.
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