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24th Feb '16 6:21:11 PM MisterTulip
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* In ''Fanfic/TheWitchOfTheEverfree'', when a pack of timberwolves surrounds Sunset Shimmer, she's perfectly fine with it, labeling it as a "target-rich environment" rather than the ambush it was intended to be. Then she proceeds to drive almost the whole pack away with a single spell.
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19th Feb '15 9:30:21 AM advent_child
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* The "Placement Bonus" introduced in modern ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWars'' titles, wherein a unit surrounded on two or more sides by enemies will receive an increase in damage taken. This modifier applies to allied and enemy units.
5th Nov '14 11:12:50 PM susmitds
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* Nearly every major villain in ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' does this. However their ways of doing this vary a lot.
** Axel, Larxene, Lexaeus, Saïx, Marluxia and Roxas has attacks that cover all of the battle field.
** Various characters in the series can create [[StormOfBlades a storm of blades]].
** Many others use [[MagicMissileStorm a high number of magic missiles]] to do this.
11th Sep '14 1:40:49 PM StFan
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* The ''VideoGame/{{Bangai-O}}'' games give your ship the ability to fire missiles in all directions. The more under pressure you are, the more (and sometimes BIGGER and more powerful) missiles you can shoot.

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Bangai-O}}'' ''VideoGame/BangaiO'' games give your ship the ability to fire missiles in all directions. The more under pressure you are, the more (and sometimes BIGGER and more powerful) missiles you can shoot.
10th May '14 10:00:04 AM LordQwert
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* In [[StarWarsTheCloneWars Star Wars: The Clone Wars]] episode "Bounty", droid bounty hunter C-21 Highsinger performs a rapid fire spinning blaster barrage against a crowd of mooks.
29th Apr '14 1:05:48 PM Chazz
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* In Season 3 of WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}} after the TimeSkip, Matrix has a gun, named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gun]]. It's able to lock onto a target, at which point a [[LaserSight glowing M]] appears on the target's forehead after which he literally can't miss. When cornered in a bar by rogue Guardians, he puts it in "[[Film/TheLastStarfighter Death Blossom]]" mode: it begins to gimble crazy-fast, and the target-M appears on ''every single sprite in the bar'' besides himself. The Guardians back down.

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* In Season 3 of WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}} after the TimeSkip, Matrix has a gun, named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gun]]. It's able to lock onto a target, at which point a [[LaserSight glowing M]] appears on the target's forehead after which he literally can't miss. When cornered in a bar by rogue Guardians, he puts it in "[[Film/TheLastStarfighter Death Blossom]]" mode: it begins to gimble crazy-fast, and the target-M appears on ''every single sprite in the bar'' besides himself. The Guardians back down.down.

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29th Apr '14 1:05:34 PM Chazz
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* In Season 3 of WesternAnimation/{{Reboot}} after the TimeSkip, Matrix has a gun, named [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Gun]]. It's able to lock onto a target, at which point a [[LaserSight glowing M]] appears on the target's forehead after which he literally can't miss. When cornered in a bar by rogue Guardians, he puts it in "[[Film/TheLastStarfighter Death Blossom]]" mode: it begins to gimble crazy-fast, and the target-M appears on ''every single sprite in the bar'' besides himself. The Guardians back down.
23rd Mar '14 1:28:00 AM GreatGuts
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* Most incarnations of the Giga Attack in the ''VideoGame/MegaManX'' series, the exceptions being the variations used by the ''VideoGame/MegaManX6'' armors and, ironically, the infamous GameBreaker, the Nova Strike. X uses them by equipping the Body Part of his armor, while Zero learns them from specific bosses who also use this kind of attack.
10th Mar '14 10:50:08 AM StarSword
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* The ''Literature/NewJediOrder'' novel ''Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream'' has the SSD ''Lusankya'' foul up a hyperjump and emerge ''inside'' a Yuuzhan Vong warfleet. Commander Eldo Davip frantically orders the ship to BeamSpam the vicinity and inflicts some pretty serious damage, killing the Vong commander, even before reinforcments arrive to extricate him.

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* The ''Literature/NewJediOrder'' novel ''Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream'' has the SSD ''Lusankya'' foul up a hyperjump and emerge ''inside'' a Yuuzhan Vong warfleet. Commander Eldo Davip frantically orders the ship to BeamSpam the vicinity and inflicts some pretty serious damage, killing the Vong commander, even before reinforcments reinforcements arrive to extricate him.
10th Mar '14 10:49:49 AM StarSword
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* The ''Literature/NewJediOrder'' novel ''Enemy Lines I: Rebel Dream'' has the SSD ''Lusankya'' foul up a hyperjump and emerge ''inside'' a Yuuzhan Vong warfleet. Commander Eldo Davip frantically orders the ship to BeamSpam the vicinity and inflicts some pretty serious damage, killing the Vong commander, even before reinforcments arrive to extricate him.
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