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5th Feb '16 9:03:38 PM tranquilium
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* Nagisa from ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'' can freely intimidate or paralyze his opponents by emitting killing intent. He once used it, along with a single (theoretically nonthreatening) sentence and a calm smile, to send middle-school bullies home in tears; he's also used it in combat to [[OhCrap scare the living daylights]] out of elite, trained government special ops soldiers. For the record, Nagisa is a small, kindhearted, fairly unremarkable middle school student in a bottom-rank class, and is so physically dainty that he's [[DudeLooksLikeALady been mistaken for a girl several times]].
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* Nagisa from ''Manga/AssassinationClassroom'' can freely intimidate or paralyze his opponents by emitting killing intent. He once used it, along with a single (theoretically nonthreatening) sentence and a calm smile, to send middle-school bullies home in tears; he's also used it in combat to [[OhCrap scare the living daylights]] out of elite, trained government special ops soldiers. For the record, Nagisa is a small, kindhearted, fairly unremarkable middle school student in a bottom-rank class, and is so physically dainty that he's [[DudeLooksLikeALady been mistaken for a girl several times]]. It should be noted that his killing intention is more of a natural talent. It is commented that he is born with talent at the wrong era. Had time been different, he would have been an assassin without equals.
29th Jan '16 8:51:13 AM Andrewjpet12
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Compare DetectEvil, AllergicToEvil, SpiderSense and KungFuClairvoyance. See also DeathGlare, {{Ki|Attacks}} and MagicRealism.
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Compare DetectEvil, AllergicToEvil, SpiderSense SpiderSense, TheForceIsStrongWithThisOne, and KungFuClairvoyance. See also DeathGlare, {{Ki|Attacks}} and MagicRealism.
29th Jan '16 4:15:06 AM LentilSandEater
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* ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'',
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29th Jan '16 4:14:52 AM LentilSandEater
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', killing intent is actually the entire reason your attacks damage monsters at all. As a result, bosses in a [[KillEmAll No Mercy run]] tend to be {{One Hit Kill}}ed. Conversely, in a PacifistRun, when Undyne challenges you to a rematch during her "date", you'll deal only 1 damage whether you use the "Fake Hit" command or Fight her for real, because to even get to this point you have to go out of your way to never kill anyone.
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', killing ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', ** Killing intent is actually the entire reason your attacks damage monsters at all. As a result, bosses in a [[KillEmAll No Mercy run]] tend to be {{One Hit Kill}}ed. Conversely, in a PacifistRun, when Undyne challenges you to a rematch during her "date", you'll deal only 1 damage whether you use the "Fake Hit" command or Fight her for real, because to even get to this point you have to go out of your way to never kill anyone.anyone. ** Monsters seem able to pick up on your killing intent pretty easily. Despite the fact your appearance doesn't change at all whatever run you're doing. Some people will comment on the aura of malice and even start mistaking you for a monster.
24th Jan '16 2:47:58 AM lolface123
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4th Jan '16 10:47:05 AM Tyrantosaurus
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* In ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'', every martial artist senses or projects killing intent at one time or another. On at least one occasion, a master-class fighter knocks a {{Muggle|s}} out by projecting killing intent and looking into their eyes.
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* In ''Manga/KenichiTheMightiestDisciple'', every martial artist senses or projects killing intent at one time or another. On at least one occasion, a master-class fighter knocks a {{Muggle|s}} out by projecting killing intent Sakaki has blown away an entire room of people. And with discipline level fighters it can be used to make the opponent lock up and looking into break their eyes.focus.
23rd Dec '15 6:21:59 AM Prime32
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Compare DetectEvil, AllergicToEvil, SpiderSense and KungFuClairvoyance. See also {{Ki|Attacks}} and MagicRealism.
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Compare DetectEvil, AllergicToEvil, SpiderSense and KungFuClairvoyance. See also DeathGlare, {{Ki|Attacks}} and MagicRealism.
20th Dec '15 10:56:41 PM TARINunit9
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* Deconstructed in ''Anime/PsychoPass''. Having a LackOfEmpathy is ''illegal'', and can lock you out of most jobs... but if LackOfEmpathy upgrades to KillingIntent, the cops gain instant authorization to use lethal force with no repercussions or oversight. And an adrenaline rush counts as KillingIntent, regardless of ''why'' you're having an adrenaline rush, [[InsaneTrollLogic which often leads cops to execute the people they just saved from dangerous murderers]].
11th Dec '15 12:08:32 AM HankMorgan
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* Lina Inverse of ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'' has been known to use this to tell when somebody's sneaking up behind her in a fight. Gourry and Zelgadiss may also be capable of it - they've been known to react to attacks they couldn't have seen coming.
14th Nov '15 10:47:54 AM billybobfred
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', killing intent is actually the entire reason your attacks damage monsters at all. As a result, bosses in a No Mercy run end to be {{One Hit Kill}}ed. Conversely, in a PacifistRun, when Undyne challenges you to a rematch during her "date", you'll deal only 1 damage whether you use the "Fake Hit" command or Fight her for real, because to even get to this point you have to go out of your way to never kill anyone.
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', killing intent is actually the entire reason your attacks damage monsters at all. As a result, bosses in a [[KillEmAll No Mercy run end run]] tend to be {{One Hit Kill}}ed. Conversely, in a PacifistRun, when Undyne challenges you to a rematch during her "date", you'll deal only 1 damage whether you use the "Fake Hit" command or Fight her for real, because to even get to this point you have to go out of your way to never kill anyone.
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