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23rd May '16 8:00:46 AM RayneCyro
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* A few weapons in ''VideoGame/MonsterHunter'' fit the bill, providing yet another example to the series' long history of SchizoTech aesthetic. One [[RuleOfCool particularly ludicrous]] example is the [[http://vignette3.wikia.nocookie.net/monsterhunter/images/7/7a/MH4-Hammer_Render_016.png/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/198?cb=20150408013610 Seltas hammer]], a rocket-propelled [[ThisIsADrill drill]] hammer.
11th Apr '16 4:32:52 PM REV6Pilot
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[[caption-width-right:329:[[IncrediblyLamePun You're gonna get]] ''[[IncrediblyLamePun Nailed!]]'']]

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5th Mar '16 10:16:55 PM joshua1227
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* Glaive in
''VideoGame/{{VainGlory}}'' Wields a jet powered axe with a chain attached to the end, in a quote, he stated that when he first used the axe, it ended up in a lake

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* Glaive in
in ''VideoGame/{{VainGlory}}'' Wields a jet powered axe with a chain attached to the end, in a quote, he stated that when he first used the axe, it ended up in a lake
5th Mar '16 10:15:11 PM joshua1227
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*Glaive in
''VideoGame/{{VainGlory}}'' Wields a jet powered axe with a chain attached to the end, in a quote, he stated that when he first used the axe, it ended up in a lake
5th Jan '16 2:04:58 AM DarkSoldier
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* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'' several top Knightmares had rocket powered harpoones, Slash Harkens (most notably, Tristan) and Knightmares of Toudou both had a rocket powered sword, Brake Blade.

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* In ''Anime/CodeGeass'' several top Knightmares had rocket powered harpoones, harpoons, Slash Harkens (most notably, Tristan) and Knightmares of Toudou both had a rocket powered sword, Brake Blade.



* TabletopGame/{{Digimon}}'s ''Journey To The West'' set makes the rake used by Zhu Bajie's stand in jet powered.

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* TabletopGame/{{Digimon}}'s ''Journey To The to the West'' set makes the rake used by Zhu Bajie's stand in jet powered.




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* The super sledge appearing in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' appears to be a regular sledgehammer with a rocket motor on one face and part of the handle replaced with a fuel tank.



* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Optimus' axe and Lugnut's ''arm''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'': Optimus' Optimus's axe and Lugnut's ''arm''.
[[FanNickname "Punch of Kill Everything."]]
17th Dec '15 7:41:54 PM Gregzilla
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* One of Tony Stark's armors in ''Film/IronMan3'' has backhand-mounted repulsors designed for this purpose.

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* One of Tony Stark's armors The [[SuperSpeed Shotgun]] PoweredArmor in ''Film/IronMan3'' has backhand-mounted repulsors designed for this purpose.
16th Dec '15 7:21:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''LeagueOfLegends'' has Vi and her giant, rocket-powered Hextech gauntlets.

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* ''LeagueOfLegends'' ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'' has Vi and her giant, rocket-powered Hextech gauntlets.
6th Sep '15 6:59:59 AM Vir
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* Khamsin in ''Videogame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' uses a rocket to assist his HumongousMecha's arms in swinging a massive hammer, and uses it as a speed boost. Jetstream Sam's [[VibroWeapon vibro]] katana is a variant on the rocket concept; the sword's scabbard is based on a modified AR-15 receiver loaded with blanks. By pressing the trigger, he can send the sword [[IaijutsuPractitioner shooting out of the scabbard at lethal velocity]]; it's the only way he managed to [[spoiler: sever Senator Armstrong's nanotech-reinforced arm]]

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* Khamsin in ''Videogame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'' uses a rocket to assist his HumongousMecha's arms in swinging a massive hammer, and uses it as a speed boost. Jetstream Sam's [[VibroWeapon vibro]] katana is a variant on the rocket concept; the sword's scabbard is based on a modified AR-15 receiver loaded with blanks. By pressing the trigger, he can send the sword [[IaijutsuPractitioner shooting out of the scabbard at lethal velocity]]; it's the only way he managed to [[spoiler: sever Senator Armstrong's nanotech-reinforced arm]]
6th Sep '15 6:59:44 AM Vir
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* The BountyHunter class in ''VideoGame/TheOldRepublic'' has an ability (called "Rocket Punch" but not actually a RocketPunch) where they use their JetPack to propel themselves into a {{Shoryuken}} strike. A Powertech specializing in the [[PlayingWithFire Pyrotech]] discipline can learn a version of the attack that lights enemies on fire, too.

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* The BountyHunter class in ''VideoGame/TheOldRepublic'' ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' has an ability (called "Rocket Punch" but not actually a RocketPunch) where they use their JetPack to propel themselves into a {{Shoryuken}} strike. A Powertech specializing in the [[PlayingWithFire Pyrotech]] discipline can learn a version of the attack that lights enemies on fire, too.



* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'''s Pogo Hammer is actually spring-powered, but acts like a standard rocket-powered weapon, right down to using it to gain altitude (along with just flying around like crazy bouncing off of enemies).

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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'''s ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'''s Pogo Hammer is actually spring-powered, but acts like a standard rocket-powered weapon, right down to using it to gain altitude (along with just flying around like crazy bouncing off of enemies).
16th Jul '15 12:01:06 PM advent_child
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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha'': Baran Doban's [[HumongousMecha Bemidoban]] has a rocket-powered ball and chain.
** Also Sanger's (and later Rishu's) Grungust Type 0. Since it was the first Super Robot built, TheFederation didn't have the physics-defying super science figured out yet. Thus in order to make its Zankantou work, it has thrusters mounted on the reverse edge, which when used properly makes it hit ''incredibly'' hard. However, this also means that only the two aforementioned men are capable of piloting the Type 0 properly.

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* ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha'': In the last game of the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsAlpha'' saga, Baran Doban's [[HumongousMecha Bemidoban]] has uses a rocket-powered ball and chain.
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** Also Sanger's (and later Rishu's) The Grungust Type 0. Since it was Type-0 in the first Super Robot built, ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' series: because TheFederation didn't have the had yet to incorporate physics-defying super science figured out yet. Thus in order to make technology into HumongousMecha, this first-generation SuperRobot and its Zankantou work, it has ''[[{{BFS}} Reishiki Zankantou]]'' (Type-0 Colossal Blade) with mounted thrusters mounted on the reverse edge, which when used properly makes it hit properly, hits ''incredibly'' hard. hard, even when compared against its modern peers. However, this also the amount of skill required to use the Type-0 means that only the two aforementioned men are capable of piloting the Type 0 properly.machine properly and effectively.
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