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5th May '17 7:03:57 PM shonengirl
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* The author of [[Fanfic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries A Wild Badfic Appeared! Commentaries]] is from Kansai, and has her AuthorAvatar Erika wield one of these starting from episode 5.

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* The author of [[Fanfic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries A Wild Badfic Appeared! Commentaries]] ''Fanfic/AWildBadficAppearedCommentaries'' is actually from Kansai, and rather appropriately has her AuthorAvatar Erika wield one of these starting from episode 5.Episode 5. Though, it isn't until Episode 25 that she actually uses it as a weapon.
5th May '17 12:45:53 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* [[VideoGame/{{Persona4}} Yukiko Amagi]] makes use of these. Oddly, she throws them at enemies rather than the typical smacking.

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* [[VideoGame/{{Persona4}} ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]''
** In ''VideoGame/Persona4'',
Yukiko Amagi]] Amagi makes use of these. Oddly, she throws them at enemies rather than the typical smacking.


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** In ''VideoGame/Persona5'' a party member whose Confidant is at least at Rank 6 can cure a teammate's status aliment by ''grabbing a paper fan out of nowhere'' and [[GetAHoldOfYourselfMan slapping them with it]].
27th Mar '17 3:17:16 AM Fuyumoto
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'':
** Yōko uses his (always folded) folding fan for his ranged slash-like attacks.
** Daitengu delivers air-based attacks with his ''uchiwa''.
** Seimei can also be seen using his trademark folding fan while casting one of his spells.
27th Mar '17 3:16:35 AM Fuyumoto
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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'':
** Yōko uses his (always folded) folding fan for his ranged slash-like attacks.
** Daitengu delivers air-based attacks with his ''uchiwa''.
** Seimei can also be seen using his trademark folding fan while casting one of his spells.
26th Mar '17 1:24:41 PM nombretomado
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* Hilariously enough, OdaNobunaga from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', one of the baddest and most feared badasses has a paper fan (like the one in the image) as his [[JokeItem Joke Weapon]].

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* Hilariously enough, OdaNobunaga UsefulNotes/OdaNobunaga from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', one of the baddest and most feared badasses has a paper fan (like the one in the image) as his [[JokeItem Joke Weapon]].
10th Feb '17 2:29:20 AM eroock
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2nd Dec '16 1:27:41 PM BlueDogXL
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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games feature the paper fan as a weapon. It does measly damage and no knockback, but its attack speed is so high that one can whack an opponent with it infinitely to rack up their damage up extremely quickly. Plus, it has high knockback when thrown and always sends the target upward, so it's very easy to just whack an enemy for half a minute with no escape then throw the fan at them for an easy kill. This is known as "fantrapping". The fan can also instantly break an opponent's shield if used as a smash attack and the shield will break no matter how charged it is.

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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games feature the paper fan as a weapon. It does measly damage and no knockback, but its attack speed is so high that one can whack an opponent with it infinitely to rack up their damage up extremely quickly. Plus, it has high knockback when thrown and always sends the target upward, so it's very easy to just whack an enemy for half a minute with no escape then throw the fan at them for an easy kill. This is known as "fantrapping". The fan can also instantly break an opponent's shield if used as a smash attack and the shield will break no matter how charged it is. Alas, it was removed in Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U.
8th Nov '16 4:54:05 PM nombretomado
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* JackieChan uses a fan as his preferred weapon in ''Film/DrunkenMaster 2'', released in America as ''Legend of Drunken Master''. His character had been made to decorate such fans as punishment by his father, but when he battles some thugs, his step-mother throws him the fan to use in self-defence.

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* JackieChan Creator/JackieChan uses a fan as his preferred weapon in ''Film/DrunkenMaster 2'', released in America as ''Legend of Drunken Master''. His character had been made to decorate such fans as punishment by his father, but when he battles some thugs, his step-mother throws him the fan to use in self-defence.
2nd Oct '16 6:35:47 PM nombretomado
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** In SpinOff ''Super Robot Taisen: OG Saga: EndlessFrontier'', character Suzuka uses folding fans. She primarily uses them as an unusual control scheme for her not-so-HumongousMecha, but in at least one of her skills, she actually uses them to attack directly.

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** In SpinOff ''Super Robot Taisen: OG Saga: EndlessFrontier'', VideoGame/EndlessFrontier'', character Suzuka uses folding fans. She primarily uses them as an unusual control scheme for her not-so-HumongousMecha, but in at least one of her skills, she actually uses them to attack directly.
9th Jul '16 9:15:48 PM Steven
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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games feature the paper fan as a weapon. It does measly damage and no knockback, but its attack speed is so high that one can whack an opponent with it infinitely to rack up their damage up extremely quickly. Plus, it has high knockback when thrown and always sends the target upward, so it's very easy to just whack an enemy for half a minute with no escape then throw the fan at them for an easy kill. This is known as "fantrapping".

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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' games feature the paper fan as a weapon. It does measly damage and no knockback, but its attack speed is so high that one can whack an opponent with it infinitely to rack up their damage up extremely quickly. Plus, it has high knockback when thrown and always sends the target upward, so it's very easy to just whack an enemy for half a minute with no escape then throw the fan at them for an easy kill. This is known as "fantrapping". The fan can also instantly break an opponent's shield if used as a smash attack and the shield will break no matter how charged it is.
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