History Main / KnockOutGas

19th Sep '16 9:52:26 AM ultimomant
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** ''Film/TheSpyWhoLovedMe'': Anya Amasova uses a trick cigarette to blow knockout gas into Bond's face.
2nd Sep '16 1:52:40 PM MitchellProductions
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* ''[[{{Franchise/Pokemon}} Pokemon]]'' has the moves Sleep Powder and Spore. The only differences are the accuracy and the PP.
28th Aug '16 8:30:39 AM whereismytea
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* In ''Manga/Brave10'', a special Iga knock out gas is used during Goemon's attack on Ueda castle. Unfortunately for the Ishikawa gang, all the {{ninja}} Braves have AcquiredPoisonImmunity. Although the attack is relatively serious, it's PlayedForLaughs the morning after for those who were out, with Isanami wondering [[WhatDidIDoLastNight whether she crossed the line with Saizo the night before]] and just can't remember, and Yukimura waking up to discover the heavy weight he feels is [[HoYay Rokuro]] [[PleaseGetOffMe lying on top of him]].
26th Aug '16 12:41:58 AM jormis29
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Usually delivered as a visible fog, and often [[TechnicolorScience brightly colored]] as well, but invisible gas is also common, particularly in budget-conscious productions. Knockout baGas can be delivered through special vents just for that purpose, or it can be pumped in through the regular ventilation system. As with other forms of InstantSedation, dosage doesn't seem to matter. The effects last just long enough for maximum tension or drama. Recovery tends to be just as fast as the onset, and the victims rarely suffer any lasting effects beyond, perhaps, a mild headache. Nobody ever seems to crack their skull or otherwise get hurt when falling down, either.

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Usually delivered as a visible fog, and often [[TechnicolorScience brightly colored]] as well, but invisible gas is also common, particularly in budget-conscious productions. Knockout baGas Gas can be delivered through special vents just for that purpose, or it can be pumped in through the regular ventilation system. As with other forms of InstantSedation, dosage doesn't seem to matter. The effects last just long enough for maximum tension or drama. Recovery tends to be just as fast as the onset, and the victims rarely suffer any lasting effects beyond, perhaps, a mild headache. Nobody ever seems to crack their skull or otherwise get hurt when falling down, either.
25th Aug '16 6:35:11 AM cdrood
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Usually delivered as a visible fog, and often [[TechnicolorScience brightly colored]] as well, but invisible gas is also common, particularly in budget-conscious productions. Knockout Gas can be delivered through special vents just for that purpose, or it can be pumped in through the regular ventilation system. As with other forms of InstantSedation, dosage doesn't seem to matter. The effects last just long enough for maximum tension or drama. Recovery tends to be just as fast as the onset, and the victims rarely suffer any lasting effects beyond, perhaps, a mild headache. Nobody ever seems to crack their skull or otherwise get hurt when falling down, either.

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Usually delivered as a visible fog, and often [[TechnicolorScience brightly colored]] as well, but invisible gas is also common, particularly in budget-conscious productions. Knockout Gas baGas can be delivered through special vents just for that purpose, or it can be pumped in through the regular ventilation system. As with other forms of InstantSedation, dosage doesn't seem to matter. The effects last just long enough for maximum tension or drama. Recovery tends to be just as fast as the onset, and the victims rarely suffer any lasting effects beyond, perhaps, a mild headache. Nobody ever seems to crack their skull or otherwise get hurt when falling down, either.


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** Batman, himself, used it several times when there was a reason he had to bring someone to the Batcave. He even had a can of Bat Awake that could reverse the effects just as quickly.
5th Aug '16 5:01:08 AM erwgd
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* The ''VideoGame/Desperados'' series has flasks of green gas, which render anybody unconcious within a small area.

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* The ''VideoGame/Desperados'' ''{{VideoGame/Desperados}}'' series has flasks of green gas, which render anybody unconcious within a small area.
4th Aug '16 9:22:08 AM erwgd
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* The ''VideoGame/Desperados'' series has flasks of green gas, which render anybody unconcious within a small area.
31st Jul '16 12:09:57 PM nombretomado
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* DCComics' golden age hero [[ComicBook/SandManMysteryTheatre Sandman]] used a knockout gas gun. Later versions of the character also used knock out gas.

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* DCComics' Creator/DCComics' golden age hero [[ComicBook/SandManMysteryTheatre Sandman]] used a knockout gas gun. Later versions of the character also used knock out gas.
24th Jun '16 4:00:30 PM DelShiftB
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* ''Sherlock: The Riddle of the Crown Jewels'' requires you to hold your breath before breaking an ampoule filled with a knockout gas. You then have extremely tight window to do what's necessary with the two knocked out enemies.
10th May '16 7:10:24 PM WillKeaton
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** Averted in ''Film/GoldenEye'' where it looks like he's using a sleeping gas canister to block the entrance, but it turns out to be a grenade.

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** Averted in ''Film/GoldenEye'' where it looks like he's James is using a sleeping gas canister to block the entrance, entrance to the room, but it turns out to be a grenade.
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