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15th Jan '18 12:40:35 AM DoubleDuckAvenger
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': Bad Kaeloo does this quite often, with the usual victims being Mr. cat or Stumpy.
* ''WesternAnimation/CatDog'': In "Monster Truck Folly", Cat goes into an UnstoppableRage and destroys the Greaser Dogs' monster truck by punching it.
11th Jan '18 7:25:03 AM tigerstar
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* Some of ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta}}'''s Wicked Weave attacks use gigantic fists to pummel enemies. She also has Hekatoncheir, one of her infernal demons summoned during a Climax attack, who pounds on the unfortunate foe with six fists. The button-mashing sequences for Climax attacks even measures out the force in gigatons. [[spoiler:The final Climax attack in the game summons the colossal Queen Sheba, whose attack is measured out in [[FantasticMeasurementSystem infinitons]], and completing the button-mash sequence doles out a punch of [[BeyondTheImpossible infinity infinitons]], delivering a blow strong enough to ''punch Jubileus' spirit clean out of her body and into the core of the sun.'']]
15th Dec '17 2:28:13 PM Mindhooked
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* One of the Monster Arena bosses in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyX'', the Earth Eater, has an attack called Megaton Punch that inflicts instant death on one player (although this can be negated with Deathproof armor or aeons, the attack still does heavy damage). Interestingly, this boss resembles the Chocobo Eater, the only boss in the game that can push your entire party backwards during battle.
2nd Dec '17 10:42:43 PM Dravencour
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When its PervertRevengeMode, compare ArmorPiercingSlap, which this trope is often combined with, or HyperspaceMallet for another option an angry anime girl might try. If they're using a weapon of some sort, they may be a HomeRunHitter instead. Not to be confused with RocketPunch, although it's only a matter of time before the two are combined. May cause a NoseBleed if hit in the face, or if the character is being punched for [[AccidentalPervert seeing his attacker naked]]. If the victim is, in fact, completely and utterly innocent of such things and nothing naughty happened then it's an UnprovokedPervertPayback.

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When its it's PervertRevengeMode, compare ArmorPiercingSlap, which this trope is often combined with, or HyperspaceMallet for another option an angry anime girl might try. If they're using a weapon of some sort, they may be a HomeRunHitter instead. Not to be confused with RocketPunch, although it's only a matter of time before the two are combined. May cause a NoseBleed if hit in the face, or if the character is being punched for [[AccidentalPervert seeing his attacker naked]]. If the victim is, in fact, completely and utterly innocent of such things and nothing naughty happened then it's an UnprovokedPervertPayback.
15th Nov '17 6:47:36 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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* [[VideoGame/{{Tekken]] Jack]] and his [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal various variant versions]] uses a Megaton Punch and/or a Gigaton punch that fits the bill by being heavily telegraphed and absolutely devastating if landed.

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* [[VideoGame/{{Tekken]] [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Jack]] and his [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal various variant versions]] uses a Megaton Punch and/or a Gigaton punch that fits the bill by being heavily telegraphed and absolutely devastating if landed.
15th Nov '17 6:46:43 AM SlaughterhouseDb
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* [[VideoGame/{{Tekken]] Jack]] and his [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal various variant versions]] uses a Megaton Punch and/or a Gigaton punch that fits the bill by being heavily telegraphed and absolutely devastating if landed.
10th Nov '17 12:19:32 AM da_huntz
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** [[VideoGame/PunchOut Little Mac]] possesses a unique mechanic straight from his home series, where his power meter builds up as he deals or takes damage (it builds more quickly if he takes damage). If his power meter has yet to be filled, his neutral special is the Straight Lunge, a charged punch that can be thrown at any time (but cannot be manually interrupted once he starts charging) that sends Mac rocketing forward, dealing average to incredibly high knockback depending on how long it was charged. If the power meter is full, Little Mac can unleash the K.O. Uppercut. If he connects with the uppercut, time slows to zoom in on the unfortunate victim of the punch as they're instantly KO'd off the top of the screen. Both of these attacks double as AwesomeYetImpractical as a fully charged Straight Lunge leaves Little Mac incredibly vulnerable if he misses (or simply open to a free grab mid-charge), and his power meter depletes if Little Mac doesn't utilize the K.O. Uppercut soon after building up power, and similarly to the Straight Lunge, if he misses he's wide open.
10th Nov '17 12:08:29 AM da_huntz
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* Quite a few characters in ''VideoGame/{{SuperSmashBros}} possess Megaton Punches:

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* Quite a few characters in ''VideoGame/{{SuperSmashBros}} VideoGame/{{SuperSmashBros}} possess Megaton Punches:



** [[VideoGame/FZero Captain Falcon]] uses the incredibly awesome (and memetic) Falcon Punch as his neutral special, where Captain Falcon rears back for the attack while [[CallingYourAttacks calling out the famous phrase "FALCON PUNCH]], throwing out the punch as he finishes. The punch carries enough strength to summon the image of a falcon made out of flames and hits incredibly hard. If one inputs a movement in the opposite direction of the punch, the Captain turns around and throws a much more devastating punch behind him. The downside? The attack is AwesomeYetImpractical, as it has a slow windup time that allows enemies to simply get out of the way of the punch and punish the Captain after he misses and doesn't have hyper armor unlike DK's punch, thus one has to read an enemy carefully to land a FALCON PUNCH!
** [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganondorf]] being a [[MovesetClone semi-clone]] of Captain Falcon, also possesses a Megaton Punch, the Warlock Punch, as his neutral special. Its much slower than Captain Falcon's, but hits even harder, and also has hyper armor to boot. The reverse Warlock Punch cannot be shielded unless your timing is perfect, otherwise you'll be stunned, and open for another reverse Warlock Punch.

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** [[VideoGame/FZero Captain Falcon]] uses the [[MemeticMutation incredibly awesome (and memetic) awesome]] Falcon Punch as his neutral special, where Captain Falcon rears back for the attack while [[CallingYourAttacks calling out the famous phrase "FALCON PUNCH]], PUNCH"]], throwing out the punch as he finishes. The punch carries enough strength to summon the image of a falcon made out of flames and hits incredibly hard. If one inputs a movement in the opposite direction of the punch, the Captain turns around and throws a much more devastating punch behind him. The downside? The attack is AwesomeYetImpractical, as it has a slow windup time that allows enemies to simply get out of the way of the punch and punish the Captain after he misses and doesn't have hyper armor unlike DK's punch, thus one has to read an enemy carefully to land a FALCON PUNCH!
** [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganondorf]] being a [[MovesetClone semi-clone]] of Captain Falcon, also possesses a Megaton Punch, the Warlock Punch, as his neutral special. Its much slower than Captain Falcon's, but hits even harder, and also has hyper armor to boot. The reverse Warlock Punch cannot be shielded unless your timing is perfect, otherwise you'll be stunned, and open for another reverse Warlock Punch.Punch, which in most cases, is an [[OneHitKill instant knockout.]]
10th Nov '17 12:05:28 AM da_huntz
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* Quite a few characters in ''VideoGame/{{SuperSmashBros}} possess Megaton Punches:
** [[Franchise/DonkeyKong Donkey Kong]]'s neutral special, Giant Punch, has the Kong wind up a punch up to 11 times, at which point he can release the punch at any time to send opponents flying. The attack even gives DK hyper armor, which will allow him to simply take a hit and punch his enemy.
** [[VideoGame/FZero Captain Falcon]] uses the incredibly awesome (and memetic) Falcon Punch as his neutral special, where Captain Falcon rears back for the attack while [[CallingYourAttacks calling out the famous phrase "FALCON PUNCH]], throwing out the punch as he finishes. The punch carries enough strength to summon the image of a falcon made out of flames and hits incredibly hard. If one inputs a movement in the opposite direction of the punch, the Captain turns around and throws a much more devastating punch behind him. The downside? The attack is AwesomeYetImpractical, as it has a slow windup time that allows enemies to simply get out of the way of the punch and punish the Captain after he misses and doesn't have hyper armor unlike DK's punch, thus one has to read an enemy carefully to land a FALCON PUNCH!
** [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Ganondorf]] being a [[MovesetClone semi-clone]] of Captain Falcon, also possesses a Megaton Punch, the Warlock Punch, as his neutral special. Its much slower than Captain Falcon's, but hits even harder, and also has hyper armor to boot. The reverse Warlock Punch cannot be shielded unless your timing is perfect, otherwise you'll be stunned, and open for another reverse Warlock Punch.
31st Oct '17 6:54:48 PM DastardlyDemolition
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* [[VideoGame/{{Overwatch}} Doomfist]] with his RightHandOfDoom punches, uppercuts, and {{GroundPunch}}es every poor bastard that gets close despite being in a competitive FPS. As such he has terrible range but his mobility and serves as an Attack character.



* ''Eroge! Sex And Games Make Sexy Games'': {{Tsundere}} Momoka gives rather nasty ones to our ThisLoserIsYou protagonist.

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* ''Eroge! Sex And Games Make Sexy Games'': {{Tsundere}} Momoka gives rather nasty ones to our ThisLoserIsYou [[ThisLoserIsYou total loser]] of a protagonist.


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-->[[spoiler: '''Rogal Dorn''']]: It sounds like a sad, old man being punched in the face.
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