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26th Mar '17 2:36:59 PM nombretomado
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* Not merely content to show Amaterasu up and be a general thorn in her paws, Waka in {{Okami}} had to have a better sword than Ammy to boot! While she has to make due with metallic blades (made of divine metals, mind you, but metal nonetheless), he gets the LaserSword... and a LaserSword that extends from inside of his flute! Showing her up that bad ought to be considered blasphemy if not a mortal sin!

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* Not merely content to show Amaterasu up and be a general thorn in her paws, Waka in {{Okami}} ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'' had to have a better sword than Ammy to boot! While she has to make due with metallic blades (made of divine metals, mind you, but metal nonetheless), he gets the LaserSword... and a LaserSword that extends from inside of his flute! Showing her up that bad ought to be considered blasphemy if not a mortal sin!
19th Mar '17 11:50:15 AM ultimomant
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* ''VideoGame/XCOMApocalypse]]'' has "plasma sword", one of Earth improvements over alien plasma weapons from the first game. When off it looks like a long and narrow serrated metal cone with a handle and a guard. When on it is engulfed by plasma. In game terms it is a plasma gun with very short range (1 square, sometimes 2 because of a bug) but unlimited ammo and highest damage. (Rockets and explosives do 2-4 times more damage, but the sword has higher fire rate.) Unfortunately they only appear in stores 1-2 weeks after the game starts and are always in short supply -- by the time you get enough for the whole squad, you would already have armed them with captured heavy disruptors (10% weaker, but with unlimited range).

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* ''VideoGame/XCOMApocalypse]]'' ''VideoGame/XCOMApocalypse'' has "plasma sword", one of Earth improvements over alien plasma weapons from the first game. When off it looks like a long and narrow serrated metal cone with a handle and a guard. When on it is engulfed by plasma. In game terms it is a plasma gun with very short range (1 square, sometimes 2 because of a bug) but unlimited ammo and highest damage. (Rockets and explosives do 2-4 times more damage, but the sword has higher fire rate.) Unfortunately they only appear in stores 1-2 weeks after the game starts and are always in short supply -- by the time you get enough for the whole squad, you would already have armed them with captured heavy disruptors (10% weaker, but with unlimited range).


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* In ''VideoGame/FateGrandOrder'', Mysterious Heroine X and her Alter form are parodies of Star Wars characters, so their Noble Phantasms are lightsabers.
17th Mar '17 4:39:19 PM MrUnderhill
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** In the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', Sigma used his own saber during his first boss phase, which looked almost ''exactly'' like the Z-Saber despite predating it, as Zero himself didn't use the Z-Saber at that point. This prompted a few EpilepticTrees over whether or not it's the same sword.

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** In the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', Sigma used his own saber during his first boss phase, which looked almost ''exactly'' like the Z-Saber despite predating it, as Zero himself didn't use the Z-Saber at in that point.game. This prompted a few EpilepticTrees over whether or not it's the same sword.
17th Mar '17 4:38:41 PM MrUnderhill
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** In the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', Sigma used his own saber during his first boss phase, which looked almost ''exactly'' like the Z-Saber, despite predating it as Zero himself didn't use the Z-Saber at that point. This prompted a few EpilepticTrees over whether or not it's the same sword.

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** In the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', Sigma used his own saber during his first boss phase, which looked almost ''exactly'' like the Z-Saber, Z-Saber despite predating it it, as Zero himself didn't use the Z-Saber at that point. This prompted a few EpilepticTrees over whether or not it's the same sword.
17th Mar '17 4:37:42 PM MrUnderhill
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** The final boss in the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' used, you guessed it, a lightsaber.

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** The final boss in In the original ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' used, you guessed it, ''VideoGame/MegaManX'', Sigma used his own saber during his first boss phase, which looked almost ''exactly'' like the Z-Saber, despite predating it as Zero himself didn't use the Z-Saber at that point. This prompted a lightsaber.few EpilepticTrees over whether or not it's the same sword.
7th Mar '17 8:58:49 PM mlsmithca
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* ''Legacy Of the Rasengan:Naruto'' : Naruto's Kaze Kiwa no Jutsu combines this trope (blade-shaped chakra) with RazorWind. [[SoCoolItsAwesome Yes it is awesome.]] The length can be determined depending on how much chakra you pour in.

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* ''Legacy Of the Rasengan:Naruto'' : Naruto's Kaze Kiwa no Jutsu combines this trope (blade-shaped chakra) with RazorWind. [[SoCoolItsAwesome Yes it is awesome.]] awesome. The length can be determined depending on how much chakra you pour in.



* [[SonicBoomBeyondTheBlackhorizon Sonic Boom: Beyond the Black Horizon]]: This is one of the functions of the Enerbeam; in fact, it's the first one that Sonic figures out how to use. The shape and length of the blade varies by user; Sonic's has a decent range whilst Knuckles's is more or less a punching dagger. Lyric dual-wields a set of more traditional beam sabres.

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* [[SonicBoomBeyondTheBlackhorizon Sonic Boom: Beyond the Black Horizon]]: ''Fanfic/SonicBoomBeyondTheBlackHorizon'': This is one of the functions of the Enerbeam; in fact, it's the first one that Sonic figures out how to use. The shape and length of the blade varies by user; Sonic's has a decent range whilst Knuckles's is more or less a punching dagger. Lyric dual-wields a set of more traditional beam sabres.
17th Feb '17 11:10:23 PM Tyk5919
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* Rex and Kane, the two ''Tyrannosaurus rexes'' in ''ComicBook/JurassicStrikeForceFive'', frequently use their laser swords during major battles.
4th Feb '17 2:20:04 PM MeleKalikimaka
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* One of these is wielded by a [[HumanAliens Human Alien]] named Akton in the ''Series/StarWars''-inspired {{Mockbuster}}, ''Film/{{Starcrash}}''.
29th Jan '17 1:33:15 PM tkzv
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* In ''Wolfling'' (1969) by Creator/GordonRDickson the preferred weapon of High-Born (haughty, but highly advanced HumanAliens ruling an interstellar empire) are hand-sized "pipes" that project an energy beam, length of which can be varied during fight.

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* In ''Wolfling'' (1969) by Creator/GordonRDickson the preferred weapon of High-Born (haughty, but highly advanced HumanAliens ruling an interstellar empire) are hand-sized "pipes" "rods" that project an energy beam, length of which can be varied during fight.
26th Jan '17 8:08:10 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''StarCraft'', Protoss Zealots wield PsychicPower-fueled energy swords called "Psi Blades". Dark Templar wield more powerful blades, but with a different power source, called "Warp Blades". They are even color-coded, similar to lightsabers; the standard Khalai[=/=]Daelaam Protoss use blue blades, the Nerazim (the Dark Templars' sect) use Void-powered green blades, while - as revealed in ''Legacy of the Void'' - the very Sith-like Tal'darim have red blades. While most Protoss have to use arm-mounted projectors with built-in amplification crystals to create and project their blades, ExpandedUniverse novels imply that especially-powerful Protoss like Tassadar can create those at will without the use of amplifiers. [[spoiler:[[TheDragon Narud]] also displays the ability to form a crimson psi-blade without an emitter]].

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* In ''StarCraft'', ''VideoGame/StarCraft'', Protoss Zealots wield PsychicPower-fueled energy swords called "Psi Blades". Dark Templar wield more powerful blades, but with a different power source, called "Warp Blades". They are even color-coded, similar to lightsabers; the standard Khalai[=/=]Daelaam Protoss use blue blades, the Nerazim (the Dark Templars' sect) use Void-powered green blades, while - as revealed in ''Legacy of the Void'' - the very Sith-like Tal'darim have red blades. While most Protoss have to use arm-mounted projectors with built-in amplification crystals to create and project their blades, ExpandedUniverse novels imply that especially-powerful Protoss like Tassadar can create those at will without the use of amplifiers. [[spoiler:[[TheDragon Narud]] also displays the ability to form a crimson psi-blade without an emitter]].
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