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5th Jun '18 2:06:53 AM darkemyst
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* ComicBook/WonderWoman's tiara can sometimes be pulled off and used as a sharp circular throwing weapon, which returns to her like a PrecisionGuidedBoomerang.
4th May '18 12:40:48 AM LinTaylor
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* ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'': Kamen Rider Ryugen has the Kiwi Gekirin in Kiwi Arms [[spoiler: and [[SuperMode Yomotsu Heguri Arms]]]]. Kamen Rider Baron and Gaim use the same weapons in the Hyper Battle DVD and [[WalkingArmory Kiwami]] [[SuperMode Arms]], respectively.

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* ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'': Kiwi Arms, used primarily by Kamen Rider Ryugen Ryugen, has wind and fire wheels called the Kiwi Gekirin in Kiwi Arms [[spoiler: and [[SuperMode Yomotsu Heguri Arms]]]]. Kamen Rider as its WeaponOfChoice. They're also used by Baron and Gaim use the same weapons in the Hyper Battle DVD (where they try out Kiwi Arms), Gaim's SuperMode Kiwami Arms (which is a WalkingArmory), and [[WalkingArmory Kiwami]] [[spoiler:Ryugen's [[DeadlyUpgrade Yomotsu]] [[SuperMode Arms]], respectively.Heguri Arms]] (likewise)]].
13th Jan '18 5:25:36 AM Rakurai
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* ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'' has these (In wind and fire wheels style) as one of the many weapon types available for your Drivers to wield. Their arts are usually focused on healing, though they're unusual in that the only unique Blade to have them as their associated weapon is Dromarch/Byakko, the personal blade of Nia (The party's resident healing specialist).
13th Jan '18 4:17:39 AM Dravencour
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* In ''Manga/BusouRenkin'', Gouta refers to his buso renkin as chakram, and are called Motor Gears. They look like gears, he throws them, and they have different abilities if he attaches them to different parts of the body.

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* In ''Manga/BusouRenkin'', Gouta refers to his buso busou renkin as chakram, and are called Motor Gears. They look like gears, he throws them, and they have different abilities if he attaches them to different parts of the body.



* A character in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' named Silat uses chakraam as a long-ranged weapon. When Guts catches them, he immediately ruins the moment by trying his hand at it, with the rings flying off to the sides.

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* A character in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' named Silat uses chakraam chakrams as a long-ranged weapon. When Guts catches them, he immediately ruins the moment by trying his hand at it, with the rings flying off to the sides.
5th Jan '18 8:26:19 AM SeptimusHeap
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* A minor supervillain in the MarvelUniverse, calling himself [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the Ringer]], tried using this as the basis for his criminal career. The first Ringer battled Nighthawk and {{Spider-Man}} and got his ass kicked each time, before he was blown away by the Scourge. The second Ringer took on ComicBook/SheHulk and Comicbook/MoonKnight. In neither case did the Ringer prove himself to be any kind of a threat. Marvel also has Ringleader, the razor-ring–wielding leader of the Death Throws.

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* A minor supervillain in the MarvelUniverse, calling himself [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin the Ringer]], tried using this as the basis for his criminal career. The first Ringer battled Nighthawk and {{Spider-Man}} Franchise/SpiderMan and got his ass kicked each time, before he was blown away by the Scourge. The second Ringer took on ComicBook/SheHulk and Comicbook/MoonKnight. In neither case did the Ringer prove himself to be any kind of a threat. Marvel also has Ringleader, the razor-ring–wielding leader of the Death Throws.
9th Dec '17 6:43:35 AM SolidSonicTH
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* June Lin Milliam from ''VideoGame/StarGladiator'' and it's sequel ''Plasma Sword'' fights with a Plasma Ring. Like {{Reverse Grip}}ping a LaserSword, this helps resolve issues with this weapon type (as you don't need a specific cutting edge or surface to do damage with it, allowing you to hold it anywhere and deliver an equal amount of force from all sides of the weapon).

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* June Lin Milliam from ''VideoGame/StarGladiator'' and it's sequel ''Plasma Sword'' fights with a Plasma Ring. Like {{Reverse Grip}}ping a LaserSword, LaserBlade, this helps resolve issues with this weapon type (as you don't need a specific cutting edge or surface to do damage with it, allowing you to hold it anywhere and deliver an equal amount of force from all sides of the weapon).
9th Dec '17 6:34:42 AM SolidSonicTH
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* June Lin Milliam from ''VideoGame/StarGladiator'' and it's sequel ''Plasma Sword'' fights with a Plasma Ring.

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* June Lin Milliam from ''VideoGame/StarGladiator'' and it's sequel ''Plasma Sword'' fights with a Plasma Ring. Like {{Reverse Grip}}ping a LaserSword, this helps resolve issues with this weapon type (as you don't need a specific cutting edge or surface to do damage with it, allowing you to hold it anywhere and deliver an equal amount of force from all sides of the weapon).
15th Nov '17 12:41:10 PM Sabrewing
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* ''VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight'' had disklords, which would occasionally drop a chakram.

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* ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'':
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''VideoGame/CastlevaniaSymphonyOfTheNight'' had disklords, which would occasionally drop a chakram.chakram.
** Carrie Fernandez of ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' uses small rings to bludgeon enemies as a melee attack.
16th Oct '17 2:05:04 PM Winter
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* In ''Manga/MobileSuitGundamTheOrigin'', Char encounters a thug in South America named Agha, who throws a chakram well enough to cut a man's head off or even return like a boomerang. Char only survives the encounter because of [[spoiler: his own awakening Newtype powers, and possibly psychic assistance from Lalah.]]
6th Aug '17 9:24:00 PM PrincessPandaTrope
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* ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'' and ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog2006'' introduce Dummy Rings, which are rings that destroy an enemy it touches. Rouge (''Heroes'' only) and Tails can use these.
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