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21st Aug '16 12:14:43 PM billybobfred
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** {{Speed Run}}ners agree: the most effective weapon against the Ender Dragon is [[spoiler:''beds'', of all things. The joke: You can only sleep at night, so trying to sleep in The End, which has no time, causes your bed to explode in a PuffOfLogic. It's actually ''stronger than TNT'', and much faster to set off.]]
20th Aug '16 1:01:27 PM Steven
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** Pure Water has no effect on anything except ghosts/undead, which are a OneHitKill on them. They're also good for VendorTrash since they sell for 75 coins each.
6th Aug '16 2:24:25 PM mousegold
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* In ''VideoGame/StrikeForceHeroes 2'', you can get two secret weapons from the Slot Machine by getting three [[ToiletHumor piles of crap]], which usually gives you a [[{{Zonk}} joke item of the non-lethal variety,]] but these two weapons are pretty good.
** Number 1: The Sheep Cannon. 4 shots, high homing, high damage, and stick to enemies before exploding.
** Number 2: The Doody Launcher. Just as high damage, slows down enemies, mades a weird fart noise, and makes them visible on your radar.
1st Aug '16 7:43:36 AM TheHeroHartmut
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** In 4, [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Robin]] has access to a weapon that can KO at ridiculously low percentages if thrown. Said weapon is the book (s)he tosses after it's been [[BreakableWeapons used too many times]].

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** In 4, [[VideoGame/FireEmblemAwakening Robin]] has access to a weapon that can KO at ridiculously low percentages if thrown. Said weapon is [[ThrowTheBookAtThem the book (s)he tosses tosses]] after it's been [[BreakableWeapons used too many times]].
1st Aug '16 2:51:15 AM RAMChYLD
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** Likewise, snowballs. They're plentiful, and they're by logic harmless. But three of these can kill a NPC!

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** Likewise, snowballs. They're plentiful, plentiful and practically unlimited during festive seasons, and they're by logic harmless. But three of these can kill a NPC!
1st Aug '16 2:48:03 AM RAMChYLD
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** Likewise, snowballs. They're plentiful, and they're by logic harmless. But three of these can kill a NPC!
20th Jun '16 12:41:30 PM Dribbleondo
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** Similarly to the Sticky Jumper is the Rocket Jumper; a counterpart training weapon for the Soldier. Like the Sticky Jumper, it negated all explosive damage. However, one of the taunts you could do made the Soldier grab a grenade, pull the pin, and blow himself up along with everything in the immediate vicinity. Normally, soldiers are loud and easy to spot, so it would be really hard to actually catch anyone in this (especially since they can just shoot your face in). However, with the Rocket Jumper, not only could you maneuver to the back lines extremely quickly and without drawing attention (you can jump extremely high without worrying about self-damage, and no one ever looks that high up), you also didn't die from your own suicide attack! This is especially potent against snipers and engineers setting up their sentries, as they will be completely vulnerable and unaware you're there and will generally be unmoving. Sadly, this has since been removed from the game.

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** Similarly to the Sticky Jumper is the Rocket Jumper; a counterpart training weapon for the Soldier. Like the Sticky Jumper, it negated negates all explosive damage. However, one of To some degree the taunts you could do made weapons "Escape Plan" and "Equaliser" (two weapons that are duplicates and opposites of each other in terms of stats) has a taunt, which makes the Soldier grab a grenade, one of his grenades, pull the pin, and blow himself up along with everything in the immediate vicinity. Normally, soldiers are loud and easy to spot, so it would be really hard to actually catch anyone in this (especially since they can just shoot your face in). However, with the Rocket Jumper, not only could you maneuver to the back lines extremely quickly and without drawing attention (you can jump extremely high without worrying about self-damage, and no one ever looks that high up), you also didn't die from your own suicide attack! This is especially potent against snipers and engineers setting up their sentries, as they will be completely vulnerable and unaware you're there and will generally be unmoving. Sadly, this has since been removed from the game.
11th Jun '16 8:19:35 PM nombretomado
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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' has a sidequest involving an eccentric inventor that ends up netting your party lots of useful goodies: the last part of the sidequest requires you to perform various tasks, like doing enough total damage during a single playthrough, fighting enough battles, carrying enough money, and running away from enough battles. As a reward, you get a [[WoodenKatanasAreEvenBetter shinai]], a piece of grilled chicken made out of metal, a cat-teasing toy, a measuring tape, [[{{Tekken}} Heihachi's]] head made out stone on a handle with [[GoroawaseNumber 765]] Kg printed on its forehead, a [[RunningGag deck brush]], and a slingshot with a blade attached to it. They're still useful, since like in the above example, their attack strength is compareable to most other endgame weapons, and even if it wasn't, all of them still teach you unique skills you can't learn elsewhere. The cat teaser and the deck brush also have unique special attacks, the latter of which even has potential to do an easy infinite combo.

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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfVesperia'' has a sidequest involving an eccentric inventor that ends up netting your party lots of useful goodies: the last part of the sidequest requires you to perform various tasks, like doing enough total damage during a single playthrough, fighting enough battles, carrying enough money, and running away from enough battles. As a reward, you get a [[WoodenKatanasAreEvenBetter shinai]], a piece of grilled chicken made out of metal, a cat-teasing toy, a measuring tape, [[{{Tekken}} [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Heihachi's]] head made out stone on a handle with [[GoroawaseNumber 765]] Kg printed on its forehead, a [[RunningGag deck brush]], and a slingshot with a blade attached to it. They're still useful, since like in the above example, their attack strength is compareable to most other endgame weapons, and even if it wasn't, all of them still teach you unique skills you can't learn elsewhere. The cat teaser and the deck brush also have unique special attacks, the latter of which even has potential to do an easy infinite combo.
9th Jun '16 6:09:49 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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** The [[VideoGame/{{Fallout 1}} first]] [[VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}} two]] games both have the Red Ryder Limited Edition BB gun, which has the same average damage as a sniper rifle with half the weight, a 50% faster fire rate, and a 100-round magazine. Its best use is putting someone's eye out (no coincidence, since it's a ShoutOut to ''AChristmasStory''.)

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** The [[VideoGame/{{Fallout 1}} first]] [[VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}} two]] games both have the Red Ryder Limited Edition BB gun, which has the same average damage as a sniper rifle with half the weight, a 50% faster fire rate, and a 100-round magazine. Its best use is putting someone's eye out (no coincidence, since it's a ShoutOut to ''AChristmasStory''.''Film/AChristmasStory''.)
3rd Jun '16 7:59:03 PM 20person
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** ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' brings back the Rock-It Launcher, now renamed the Junk Jet. As with before, you can launch any junk item at any enemy and turn them into [[ChunkySalsaRule chunky salsa]].
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