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5th Feb '17 6:21:45 PM xelldx
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*** This gets topped by two Vladof legendaries in particular - the Infinity and the Shredifier, two of the rarest weapons in the game. The Shredifier is a spinigun that reaches its top speed in half the time and doesn't lose it while reloading. The uInfinity, easily the rarest gun in the game, never needs to reload, has next to no recoil, and you can still move at normal speed while aiming down the sights.

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*** This gets topped by two Vladof legendaries in particular - the Infinity and the Shredifier, two of the rarest weapons in the game. The Shredifier is a spinigun that reaches its top speed in half the time and doesn't lose it while reloading. The uInfinity, Infinity, easily the rarest gun in the game, never needs to reload, has next to no recoil, and you can still move at normal speed while aiming down the sights.
5th Feb '17 6:20:33 PM xelldx
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*** This gets topped by two Vladof legendaries in particular - the Infinity and the Shredifier, two of the rarest weapons in the game. The Shredifier is a spinigun that reaches its top speed in half the time and doesn't lose it while reloading. The Infinity, easily the rarest gun in the game, never needs to reload, has next to no recoil, and you can still move at normal speed while aiming down the sights.

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*** This gets topped by two Vladof legendaries in particular - the Infinity and the Shredifier, two of the rarest weapons in the game. The Shredifier is a spinigun that reaches its top speed in half the time and doesn't lose it while reloading. The Infinity, uInfinity, easily the rarest gun in the game, never needs to reload, has next to no recoil, and you can still move at normal speed while aiming down the sights.sights.
*** The Hammerlock DLC brings back the Chopper as a Bandit spiniguns and it puts the Shredifier to shame in terms of fire rate at expense of ammo.
2nd Feb '17 9:06:35 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* The characters in ''FanFic/FalloutEquestriaOccupationalHazards'' practically live on this trope, going from carrying mildly impressive pistols to gauss rifles and a tactical nuclear warhead launcher. [[TankGoodness Oh, and there's a tank too.]] [[UpToEleven It fires miniature nuclear warheads for ammunition from it's main gun.]]
** This appears again in the sequel, ''FanFic/FalloutEquestriaEmptyQuiver'', where Night Strike carries a forty millimeter grenade rifle/[[ShotgunsAreJustBetter shotgun]] as her primary weapon. And then she finds experimental ammunition with the same yield as her dad's balefire egg launcher. And then they come across the 37mm autocannons and racks upon racks of machine guns.
31st Jan '17 9:20:42 AM brianify
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* Generally speaking, the ''VideoGame/TotalWar'' series has relatively little dakka due to the historical periods covered; early gunpowder weapons, as in RealLife, are mostly slow, inefficient, and expensive. That is, until the ''VideoGame/TotalWarShogun2'' expansion ''Fall of the Samurai'', which introduces proto-WorldWarI era weaponry. Any open-order assault on a modernized army becomes suicide, as rifle regiments, Gatling Guns, and quick-firing artillery batteries now have the firepower to level their opposite numbers in ''seconds''.
28th Jan '17 6:21:08 AM Sturmtrommel
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' this is HK-206's play style. It uses its machine gun and Gattling gun to shower its enemies with rapid barrages of bullets.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' this is HK-206's play style. It uses its machine gun and Gattling gun to shower its enemies with rapid barrages of bullets. Its Fortify ability shifts it to siege mode, sacrificing its ability to move but allowing it to fire continuously and increasing accuracy by eliminating bullet spread.
28th Jan '17 6:15:34 AM Sturmtrommel
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Gigantic}}'' this is HK-206's play style. It uses its machine gun and Gattling gun to shower its enemies with rapid barrages of bullets.
23rd Jan '17 7:14:38 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* ''Film/{{Dredd}} 3D''. Ma-Ma unloads on Dredd and Anderson with ''three'' [[GatlingGood massive gatling guns]]. The results are kind of mind-blowing. She turns the entire floor they're on into rubble, civilians included, and is still savvy enough not to write the Judges off unless her people find their bodies...or what's left of them.

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* ''Film/{{Dredd}} 3D''. Ma-Ma unloads on Dredd and Anderson with ''three'' [[GatlingGood massive gatling guns]]. The results are kind of mind-blowing. She turns the entire floor they're on into rubble, civilians included, and is still savvy enough not to write the Judges off unless her people find their bodies... or what's left of them.



** Chaos, not being left out of the fun, comes in with the Forgefiend Daemonengine. Mounting not one, but TWO Hades Autocannons, this freak of un-nature can fire 8 autocannon shots per turn. That's 8 heavy caliber armor piercing shots in the same time as the aforementioned assault rifle fires 2 shots. If that's not enough to utterly flatten whatever it's looking at, you can opt to trade it's cannons ''and it's face'' for Ecto-plasmic cannons, which are essentially three ''overcharged plasma cannons'' firing in tandem. And all of this is mounted on what is essentially a robo-demon-dinosaur. The only thing that makes it tame compared to others is that you can't take it in squadrons, severely limiting how many you can deploy...unless you go with the Khorne Daemonkin and basically gain the ability to field up to 8 of these beauties.

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** Chaos, not being left out of the fun, comes in with the Forgefiend Daemonengine. Mounting not one, but TWO Hades Autocannons, this freak of un-nature can fire 8 autocannon shots per turn. That's 8 heavy caliber armor piercing shots in the same time as the aforementioned assault rifle fires 2 shots. If that's not enough to utterly flatten whatever it's looking at, you can opt to trade it's cannons ''and it's face'' for Ecto-plasmic cannons, which are essentially three ''overcharged plasma cannons'' firing in tandem. And all of this is mounted on what is essentially a robo-demon-dinosaur. The only thing that makes it tame compared to others is that you can't take it in squadrons, severely limiting how many you can deploy... unless you go with the Khorne Daemonkin and basically gain the ability to field up to 8 of these beauties.



* ''TabletopGame/NewHorizon'' does allow for this kind of weapon.... but it's prohibitively expensive.

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* ''TabletopGame/NewHorizon'' does allow for this kind of weapon....weapon... but it's prohibitively expensive.



* The Anime Fighting Game ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' has Noel Vermillion, a shy officer of the setting's military police armed with dual heavy calibre pistols which she can chain together combos of bullet spamming goodness, with seemingly BottomlessMagazines. Then her Distortion Drive Fenrir has her transform her pistols into a [[GatlingGood handheld minigun]] and then a {{Magitek}} Crossbow. Her Aerial Version has her simply leap into the air and rain shells down on the enemy, finishing up a freaking RPG! (5 of them in Unlimited mode...yes, ''even more dakka'')

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* The Anime Fighting Game ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' has Noel Vermillion, a shy officer of the setting's military police armed with dual heavy calibre pistols which she can chain together combos of bullet spamming goodness, with seemingly BottomlessMagazines. Then her Distortion Drive Fenrir has her transform her pistols into a [[GatlingGood handheld minigun]] and then a {{Magitek}} Crossbow. Her Aerial Version has her simply leap into the air and rain shells down on the enemy, finishing up a freaking RPG! (5 of them in Unlimited mode... yes, ''even more dakka'')
15th Jan '17 1:18:38 PM Mr.Guye
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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': This is basically the only way to take out the Dark Judges since being reanimated corpses they don't feel pain. Just keep shooting until there's nothing left and pray you have something to capture their spirits with. Judge Fire is even worse because he's ([[MeaningfulName obviously]]) also immune to the Lawgiver's incendiary bullets.

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* ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'': This is basically the only way to take out the Dark Judges since being reanimated corpses they don't feel pain. Just keep shooting until there's nothing left and pray you have something to capture their spirits with. Judge Fire is even worse because he's ([[MeaningfulName obviously]]) also immune [[RequiredSecondaryPowers immune]] to the Lawgiver's [[KillItWithFire incendiary bullets.bullets]].
15th Jan '17 1:16:22 PM Mr.Guye
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* As proof of how tough TheJuggernaut is, in the two-part story where Franchise/SpiderMan fought him for the first time, a SWAT team set a roadblock for the villain on a city street, and when he refused to halt, opened fire with machine gun fire that the narration called "enough to reduce a house to splinters". But it didn't even slow him down.

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* [[TheWorfBarrage As proof of how tough tough]] TheJuggernaut is, in the two-part story where Franchise/SpiderMan fought him for the first time, a SWAT team set a roadblock for the villain on a city street, and when he refused to halt, opened fire with machine gun fire that the narration called "enough to reduce a house to splinters". But it didn't even slow him down.
13th Jan '17 11:39:00 AM PixelKnight
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More Dakka is the art of solving problems by unloading as many rounds of ammunition at them as possible; related to WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer, More Dakka is a SubTrope of SpamAttack, but with bullets. The name comes from the [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Ork]] onomatopoeia for machine gun firing: "dakka-dakka-dakka-dakka..."

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More Dakka is the art of solving problems by unloading as many rounds of ammunition at them as possible; related to WhenAllYouHaveIsAHammer, More Dakka is a SubTrope of SpamAttack, but with bullets. The name comes from the [[TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} Ork]] onomatopoeia for machine gun firing: firing, and subsequently the Ork term for rapid fire capacity: "dakka-dakka-dakka-dakka..."
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