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14th May '17 9:08:59 PM nombretomado
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* If it weren't for [[{{Trigun}} Vash the Stampede's]] ImprobableAimingSkills, there is absolutely no way that any of his opponents would still be alive.

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* If it weren't for [[{{Trigun}} [[Manga/{{Trigun}} Vash the Stampede's]] ImprobableAimingSkills, there is absolutely no way that any of his opponents would still be alive.
22nd Apr '17 6:47:56 PM Alangme
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** Slashing some bounty hunters with his sword and throwing bombs at another one
** Slicing in half robots which seemed to be organic beings.

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** Slashing some bounty hunters with his sword and throwing bombs at another one
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** Slicing in half robots in half, which actually, seemed to be organic beings.
22nd Apr '17 6:47:02 PM Alangme
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* ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' has killed for the first time in season 5, however he had no problem
** Throwing two people from a moving train down a cliff without knowing if they would survive.
** Slashing some bounty hunters with his sword and throwing bombs at another one
** Slicing in half robots which seemed to be organic beings.
** Destroying a car in the second episode without knowing if there was someone alive inside it.
2nd Apr '17 10:57:47 AM trixus
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* VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum has plenty of this, mostly because Batman's instant takedown moves include strangling mooks, breaking mook bones, or dropping mooks down a few floors. Don't forget the [[ExplosionPropulsion explosive gel]]!

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* VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum has plenty of this, mostly because Batman's instant takedown moves include strangling mooks, breaking mook bones, or dropping mooks down a few floors. Don't forget the [[ExplosionPropulsion explosive gel]]!gel]]! It's even one of the reason why Gordon didn't trust Batman at first, he is leaving people on the cold streets with broken bones.
12th Feb '17 2:19:40 PM NNinja
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* HarryPotter does this in Deathly Hallows - yes, Stupefy technically just knocks people unconscious, but when they're riding broomsticks hundreds of feet in the air... matters are made worse when he recognises one Death Eater as someone most likely under mind control and chooses to simply disarm him, which raises questions about all the ones whose faces he didn't see...
19th Jan '17 2:49:22 PM SteveMB
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* Franchise/DocSavage has a strict policy of nonlethality, to the point that he won't normally carry a gun. When he does shoot people, he prefers tranquilizer pellets over bullets. His lieutenants (especially Monk and Ham) aren't so squeamish. The evil mastermind, however, typically dies in the end, thanks to his own infernal contraption, without any interference from Doc.

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* Franchise/DocSavage has a strict policy of nonlethality, to the point that he won't normally carry a gun. When he does shoot people, he prefers tranquilizer pellets over bullets. His lieutenants (especially Monk and Ham) aren't so squeamish. The evil mastermind, however, typically dies in the end, [[SelfDisposingVillain thanks to his own infernal contraption, contraption]], without any interference from Doc.
27th Oct '16 7:48:00 AM JoieDeCombat
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* Eliot on ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' causes an incredible amount of havoc for a supposed "hero."
-->"So yeah, we managed to get 7 million dollars back from that evil company and bankrupt them to boot. Let's see, that covers the original victims, and... well, fifteen policemen with life-changing nerve damage, one guard whose dream of being a concert violinist will never come true, eight thousand workers who've just lost their jobs and will have to find a new way to feed their families over the holidays, twelve cars whose windows I broke as a distraction (I'm sure the insurance will cover it... oh, wait, we just bankrupted the insurance company), three young men waiting for organ transplants who died because we shut down the freeway the ambulances were on...."

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* Eliot on ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' causes an incredible amount of havoc for a supposed "hero."
-->"So yeah, we managed
" As the team's "hitter"/"retrieval specialist" it is often his role to get 7 million dollars back from that evil company charge in and bankrupt them to boot. Let's see, that covers beat the original victims, and... well, fifteen policemen with life-changing nerve damage, one guard whose dream crap out of being a concert violinist will never come true, eight thousand workers who've crowds of people in defense of his teammates; since the Leverage crew are thieves and con artists working outside the law, often the people who Eliot is beating unconscious and generally tossing around like ragdolls are in fact innocent security guards and law enforcement officers just lost trying to do their jobs and will have to find a new way to feed their families over the holidays, twelve cars whose windows I broke as a distraction (I'm sure the insurance will cover it... oh, wait, we just bankrupted the insurance company), three young men waiting for organ transplants who died because we shut down the freeway the ambulances were on...."jobs.
2nd Oct '16 8:51:30 AM TSBasilisk
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* The Goddess Sariel in ''LightNovel/KumoDesuGaNaniKa'' always prioritizes saving lives in the moment with no regard for the future consequences. This behavior has resulted in the near-collapse of the system which would kill every living creature on the planet and yet she still interferes when a solution is being implemented that costs lives.
21st Jun '16 7:05:13 PM DearestWindmillGirl
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* Matt Murdock in ''Series/Daredevil'' has a strong ThouShaltNotKill policy for his vigilante activities. It doesn't stop him from pulling moves like ''throwing people off buildings'' or ''lighting them on fire''. Perhaps {{Justified}} by his super-senses giving him a better understanding of human anatomy and physics, but ''still''.

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* Matt Murdock in ''Series/Daredevil'' ''Series/Daredevil2015'', following the Tao of his comic counterpart, has a strong ThouShaltNotKill policy for his vigilante activities. It doesn't stop him from pulling moves like ''throwing people off buildings'' or ''lighting them on fire''. Perhaps {{Justified}} by his super-senses giving him a better and more precise understanding of human anatomy and physics, but ''still''.''still''.
21st Jun '16 7:02:37 PM DearestWindmillGirl
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* Matt Murdock in ''Series/Daredevil'' has a strong ThouShaltNotKill policy for his vigilante activities. It doesn't stop him from pulling moves like ''throwing people off buildings'' or ''lighting them on fire''. Perhaps {{Justified}} by his super-senses giving him a better understanding of human anatomy and physics, but ''still''.
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