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25th Jan '16 1:30:21 PM Kirayoshi
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** The Runaways also ended up fighting Creator/JossWhedon's ''Comicbook/AstonishingXMen'' over a misunderstanding. While the two teams traded blows, Comicbook/KittyPryde and Gert sat it out and ended up resolving the issue over a nice conversation.
1st Jan '16 6:15:58 PM OrionPax09
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* As expected of a [[SuperFic superhero]] FusionFic, the ''Fanfic/SuperwomenOfEva'' series has several examples (examples: She-Hulk vs. Spirit in ''Fanfic/SOEEmeraldFury'' and Power Girl vs. Wonder Girl in ''Fanfic/SOE2AmazingAmazon'').
31st Dec '15 4:47:14 PM Anddrix
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** The original Avenger team was actually created that way: their members met when SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} attempted to trick [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] and [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] into fighting each other and accidentally brought Comicbook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan and Comicbook/TheWasp into the fight as well. Thor ended up finding out the truth, and the five heroes, after defeating Loki, decided to keep teaming up together.
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** The original Avenger team was actually created that way: their members met when SelfDemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki attempted to trick [[Comicbook/TheMightyThor Thor]] and [[Comicbook/IncredibleHulk Hulk]] into fighting each other and accidentally brought Comicbook/IronMan, ComicBook/AntMan and Comicbook/TheWasp into the fight as well. Thor ended up finding out the truth, and the five heroes, after defeating Loki, decided to keep teaming up together.
26th Dec '15 10:25:11 AM RAMChYLD
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other.
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other.other to train up a MacGuffin robot.
26th Dec '15 10:24:03 AM RAMChYLD
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGunman.
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGunman.other.
26th Dec '15 10:23:09 AM RAMChYLD
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGun.
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGun.ChekhovsGunman.
26th Dec '15 10:22:28 AM RAMChYLD
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBatter. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGun.
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBatter.VideoGame/SonicBattle. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGun.
26th Dec '15 10:21:58 AM RAMChYLD
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** At a meta level, this is the modus operandi of VideoGame/SonicTheFighters and VideoGame/SonicBatter. The former has a nonsensical plot that doesn't remotely make sense, the latter has the characters grab the IdiotBall and fight each other in a bid to train the ChekhovsGun.
21st Dec '15 12:11:29 PM totoofze47
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* In ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'', {{Mario}} and Pit fight Link and Yoshi when one team finds the other standing over the trophy of either Zelda or Peach. Which team finds which depends on the player's actions. [[FridgeLogic You'd think]] that Yoshi at least would know that Mario is not his enemy and vice versa. ** This actually happens quite often throughout the Subspace Emmisary, mostly involving Meta Knight (i.e., Marth, Lucario, almost with Snake). There's almost one between Fox and Sheik, but it is [[DefiedTrope broken up]] by [[TheChick Peach]]. ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny With tea]].''
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* ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'': ** In ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl'', {{Mario}} the Subspace Emissary, Mario and Pit fight Link and Yoshi when one team finds the other standing over the dissolving fake trophy of either Zelda or Peach. Which team finds which depends on the player's actions. [[FridgeLogic You'd think]] In both cases, the misunderstanding is eventually cleaned up and they join forces. This is one of several such misunderstandings that Yoshi at least would know that Mario is not his enemy and vice versa. ** This actually happens quite often occur throughout the Subspace Emmisary, mostly Emissary, most of which involving Meta Knight (i.e., Marth, Lucario, almost with Snake). There's almost one between Fox and Sheik, but it is [[DefiedTrope broken up]] by [[TheChick Peach]]. ''[[CrowningMomentOfFunny With tea]].''
14th Dec '15 8:24:40 PM StrixObscuro
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* In John Byrne's ''Comicbook//CaptainAmerica / Franchise/{{Batman}}'', Private Steve Rogers and Bruce Wayne have a brief fight (Steve thinks Bruce is a traitor, Bruce can't explain) before they both realize the other really shouldn't be that skilled...
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* In John Byrne's ''Comicbook//CaptainAmerica / Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''Comicbook/CaptainAmerica[=/=]Franchise/{{Batman}}'', Private Steve Rogers and Bruce Wayne have a brief fight (Steve thinks Bruce is a traitor, Bruce can't explain) before they both realize the other really shouldn't be that skilled...

* In the first ''Franchise/SpiderMan / Franchise/{{Batman}}'', it's {{averted|Trope}} in that Spider-Man turns out of be a huge Bat-fanboy, winning Batman over with ''sheer persistence''; the only resemblance of a fight was a punch by Batman and a Judo Throw by Spidey. By the second crossover, they basically shake hands and agree to team, with Spider-Man pointing out to a resistant Batman that they went through all of this the first time; they could either waste time fighting between themselves and approaching the case from different angles, or they could pool their resources from the start and work together. After a moment, Batman conceded the point.
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* In the first ''Franchise/SpiderMan / Franchise/{{Batman}}'', ''Franchise/SpiderMan[=/=]Franchise/{{Batman}}'', it's {{averted|Trope}} in that Spider-Man turns out of be a huge Bat-fanboy, winning Batman over with ''sheer persistence''; the only resemblance of a fight was a punch by Batman and a Judo Throw by Spidey. By the second crossover, they basically shake hands and agree to team, with Spider-Man pointing out to a resistant Batman that they went through all of this the first time; they could either waste time fighting between themselves and approaching the case from different angles, or they could pool their resources from the start and work together. After a moment, Batman conceded the point.
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