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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.
10th May '16 7:09:20 PM WillKeaton
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Though anaesthetic and hypnotic gasses of many sorts exist, and are still occasionally used in veterinary medicine[[note]]though "gassing down" is invariably a tactic of last resort[[/note]], all have the properties of being fairly slow-acting, decidedly dosage-dependent, and fairly easily lethal, unlike the gasses in this trope. Therefore, please refrain from citing real life examples.

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Though anaesthetic and hypnotic gasses of many sorts exist, and are still occasionally used in veterinary medicine[[note]]though medicine,[[note]]though "gassing down" is invariably a tactic of last resort[[/note]], resort,[[/note]] all have the properties of being fairly slow-acting, decidedly dosage-dependent, and fairly easily lethal, unlike the gasses in this trope. Therefore, please refrain from citing real life examples.
8th May '16 6:03:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''SimonAndSimon'' episode "Under the Knife" has A.J. gassed in a hospital room and in danger of unnecessary surgery when the brothers get too close to the truth in a malpractice scam.

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* ''SimonAndSimon'' ''Series/SimonAndSimon'' episode "Under the Knife" has A.J. gassed in a hospital room and in danger of unnecessary surgery when the brothers get too close to the truth in a malpractice scam.



* In ''TheAquabatsSuperShow'' episode "Cobraman!", while the team is trapped inside the Battletram by Carl, who forces the team to watch the MC Bat Commander fight the Cobraman, Jimmy the Robot detaches one of his hands and remote controls it so as to access a knockout gas button that, when activated, knocks out Carl and the rest of the team inside (Jimmy, being a robot, isn't affected by the gas), effectively freeing the team from Carl's clutches.

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* In ''TheAquabatsSuperShow'' ''Series/TheAquabatsSuperShow'' episode "Cobraman!", while the team is trapped inside the Battletram by Carl, who forces the team to watch the MC Bat Commander fight the Cobraman, Jimmy the Robot detaches one of his hands and remote controls it so as to access a knockout gas button that, when activated, knocks out Carl and the rest of the team inside (Jimmy, being a robot, isn't affected by the gas), effectively freeing the team from Carl's clutches.
14th Apr '16 8:29:03 PM sparkles38
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In fiction, one of the easiest ways to incapacitate an opponent or group of opponents is to get them in a closed room and pump in Knockout Gas. Knockout Gas is an area-effect form of InstantSedation: as soon as the victims breathe it, they cough weakly a few times and then slump to the floor unconscious.

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In fiction, one of the easiest ways to incapacitate an opponent or group of opponents is to get them in a closed room and pump in Knockout Gas. Knockout Gas is an area-effect form of InstantSedation: as soon as the victims breathe it, they cough weakly a few times and then slump to the floor unconscious.
unconscious. Other forms make the victim sleep and are known as sleeping gas.
10th Apr '16 12:43:07 PM sparkles38
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* In ''[[Cars 2]]'' sleeping gas is sprayed on Mater after he is put inside a truck.

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* In ''[[Cars 2]]'' ''Film/Cars2'' sleeping gas is sprayed on Mater after he is put inside a truck.
10th Apr '16 11:31:20 AM sparkles38
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* In ''Cars 2'' sleeping gas is sprayed on Mater after he is put inside a truck.

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* In ''Cars 2'' ''[[Cars 2]]'' sleeping gas is sprayed on Mater after he is put inside a truck.
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