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27th Aug '16 9:58:03 AM ElodieHiras
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* How your soldier recover dead troopers (they won't complain) and their gear, or injured troopers (noted in WorstAid as being a last ditch way to carry someone, but considering that 1) your soldiers (probably) aren't doctors, and 2) if you have to carry an injured soldier, it's because they are either about to die or you need to evacuate the premises before enemy aircraft arrive to engage your DropShip, it's very justified) in ''VideoGame/{{XCOm2}}''.

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* How your soldier recover dead troopers (they won't complain) and their gear, or injured troopers (noted in WorstAid as being a last ditch way to carry someone, but considering that 1) your soldiers (probably) aren't doctors, and 2) if you have to carry an injured soldier, it's because they are either about to die or you need to evacuate the premises before enemy aircraft arrive to engage your DropShip, it's very justified) in ''VideoGame/{{XCOm2}}''.''VideoGame/{{XCOM2}}''.
27th Aug '16 9:57:36 AM ElodieHiras
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* How your soldier recover dead troopers (they won't complain) and their gear, or injured troopers (noted in WorstAid as being a last ditch way to carry someone, but considering that 1) your soldiers (probably) aren't doctors, and 2) if you have to carry an injured soldier, it's because they are either about to die or you need to evacuate the premises before enemy aircraft arrive to engage your DropShip, it's very justified) in ''VideoGame/{{XCOm2}}''.
21st Aug '16 7:04:17 AM whereismytea
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* In ''Anime/{{Brave 10}}'', Saizou carries Isanami this way after saving her from assassins.

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* In ''Anime/{{Brave 10}}'', ''Manga/Brave10'', Saizou carries Isanami this way after saving her from assassins.
4th Aug '16 5:49:01 AM Jake
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* As per the RealLife section, the only time this ever shows up in ''Series/LondonsBurning'' is when Colin and his new bride Sonia are embarking on their honeymoon, and when she asks to be carried over the threshold he jokingly uses the Fireman's Carry method instead of a BridalCarry. Sonia doesn't mind in the least.
28th Jun '16 6:17:33 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In Batman has to carry Harley like this after taking her down (giving the player a rather suggestive view of her ass) and she isn't happy about it, kicking, screaming, and hitting him futilely, [[SoreLoser while whining like a kindergartner.]]

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* In Batman ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamNight'', the hero has to carry Harley like this after taking her down (giving the player a rather suggestive view of her ass) and she isn't happy about it, kicking, screaming, and hitting him futilely, [[SoreLoser while whining like a kindergartner.]]
24th Jun '16 12:02:32 AM lavendermintrose
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* In the end of season 1 of ''Anime/{{K}}'', [[FoeYay Misaki and Saruhiko]] are still fighting, but the rest of the Red and Blue Clans have evacuated the island. Rikio has to carry them off like this. Misaki is kicking and screaming. Saruhiko is just embarrassed.
19th Jun '16 8:55:43 AM LadyJaneGrey
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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim from a dangerous area, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.

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When this happens in fiction, usually (but not always), it involves an antagonist carrying a DamselInDistress or other captive that he/she has caught or subdued. (Expect such a victim, if conscious, to scream, curse, and make lame attempts to punch the abductor.) However, this method is sometimes used as by a hero character as way of rescuing/evacuating an injured or unconcious victim from a dangerous area, since it allows them to be slightly more mobile then they would be using other carry forms like BridalCarry, and it leaves one hand free for doing things like opening doors or wielding a weapon. Compare NeckLift and HoistHeroOverHead, which are other ways a villain shows of their strength by lifting up a victim.
16th Jun '16 4:39:00 PM gman992
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* Sandor Clegan, "The Hound," rescues Sansa Stark from being gang-raped when a riot breaks out in King's Landing during the 2nd season of "Series/{{Game of Thrones}}"

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* Sandor Clegan, "The Hound," rescues Sansa Stark from being gang-raped when a riot breaks out in King's Landing during the 2nd season of "Series/{{Game of Thrones}}"Thrones}}."
16th Jun '16 4:35:59 PM gman992
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* Sandor Clegan, "The Hound," rescues Sansa Stark from being gang-raped when a riot breaks out in King's Landing during the 2nd season of "Series/{{Game of Thrones}}"
1st Jun '16 7:22:56 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Sometimes happens to PenelopePitstop during her frequent kidnappings.
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