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18th Mar '18 12:38:55 PM nombretomado
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* The ''WildArms'' series is in love with this trope. Every game has a major character wearing a long flowing scarf. ''Wild Arms 1'' has Zed, ''2'' has Knight Blazer, ''3'' has Jet, ''4'' has Arnaud, ''5'' has Dean, and ''XF'' has Rupert.

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* The ''WildArms'' ''VideoGame/WildArms'' series is in love with this trope. Every game has a major character wearing a long flowing scarf. ''Wild Arms 1'' has Zed, ''2'' has Knight Blazer, ''3'' has Jet, ''4'' has Arnaud, ''5'' has Dean, and ''XF'' has Rupert.
11th Mar '18 5:04:15 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': Soya wears a very long white scarf.
6th Jan '18 9:04:55 PM nombretomado
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* In April 2010, [[JAMProject Mizuki Ichiro]] appeared on a certain show [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfPabkojSfw&feature=related sporting an absolutely ''magnificent'' Real Life example of this trope]]. The song's pretty damn funny, too.

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* In April 2010, [[JAMProject [[Music/JAMProject Mizuki Ichiro]] appeared on a certain show [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NfPabkojSfw&feature=related sporting an absolutely ''magnificent'' Real Life example of this trope]]. The song's pretty damn funny, too.
5th Jan '18 6:15:46 PM AFP
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** And of course, it is worth noting, it's ''cold'' at high-altitude. For every thousand feet up, you lose about five and a half degrees Fahrenheit. [[note]]About ten degrees centigrade for every thousand meters, for those of you [[WeAllLiveInAmerica not living in the US of A]][[/note]]. Cold enough for a WorldWarOne aviator flying upwards of twelve or fifteen thousand feet over Europe, much colder for a WorldWarII aviator in an unpressurized cabin twenty or thirty thousand feet up. Airmen were typically heavily bundled in cold weather gear which might even include a suit with an electrical heater which needed to be plugged in, although pilots of single-engined fighters got some heat from the high-powered engine they usually sat behind.
16th Dec '17 1:14:50 AM Dghcrh
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* [[InazumaEleven Fubuki Shirou]], [[AnIcePerson the icy ace striker]] of Hakuren, wears one. Also a TragicKeepsake.

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* [[InazumaEleven [[VideoGame/InazumaEleven Fubuki Shirou]], [[AnIcePerson the icy ace striker]] of Hakuren, wears one. Also a TragicKeepsake.
19th Nov '17 9:36:04 PM LinTaylor
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** ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' gains a scarf, but only when he uses his [[BlowYouAway Cyclone]] powers; in TheMovie, when ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' splits Double into two whole beings, the [=CycloneCyclone=] Double has two scarves. Also, the recurring antagonist Nasca Dopant has a bifurcated scarf. [[spoiler:He undergoes a HeelFaceTurn, only to be [[BlackWidow murdered by his wife shortly thereafter]].]]

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** ''Series/KamenRiderDouble'' gains a scarf, but only when he uses his [[BlowYouAway Cyclone]] powers; in TheMovie, when ''Series/KamenRiderDecade'' splits Double into two whole beings, the [=CycloneCyclone=] Double has two scarves. Also, the recurring antagonist Nasca Dopant has a bifurcated scarf. [[spoiler:He undergoes a HeelFaceTurn, only to be [[BlackWidow murdered by his wife shortly thereafter]].]]]] The movie-exclusive Kamen Rider Skull has a tattered scarf as part of his outfit.


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** In ''Series/KamenRiderBuild'', the title character gains a scarf when he uses his {{Ninja}}-themed powers.
16th Nov '17 5:26:31 PM MegaMarioMan
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* [[Characters/MrDriller Ataru Hori]] from ''MrDriller''

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* [[Characters/MrDriller Ataru Hori]] from ''MrDriller''''VideoGame/MrDriller''
22nd Oct '17 12:58:09 PM SeptimusHeap
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* [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} Captain Falcon]] has one in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' and ''Melee'', but it's fully shown in ''Brawl''.

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* [[VideoGame/{{F-Zero}} [[VideoGame/FZero Captain Falcon]] has one in ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' and ''Melee'', but it's fully shown in ''Brawl''.
2nd Oct '17 5:01:41 AM imaginateur
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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', Mikasa wears a long red one even when fighting Titans. [[spoiler: It's a keepsake from her childhood when Eren offered it to her when she said she was cold after he'd just rescued her from human traffickers.]]

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* In ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'', Mikasa nearly always wears a long red one even when fighting Titans. one, whether she's killing Titans several meters tall or taking on highly skilled soldiers. [[spoiler: It's a keepsake from her childhood when Eren offered it to her when she said she was cold after he'd just rescued her from human traffickers.]]]]
** On that note, albeit only then, [[spoiler:Eren himself, who was wearing said scarf when he rescued Mikasa by stabbing two adult human traffickers to death, all by himself]].
1st Oct '17 10:11:27 PM ADrago
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** Contrary to the popular image, the scarf of an airman, motorcyclist or racing driver was '''always''' tightly wrapped and knotted around the neck. A flowing scarf was a lethal danger: it could quickly be caught by the spinning propeller and [[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs strangle the hapless guy to death before he would even know it]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isadora_Duncan Isadora Duncan's]] death ''strangled by a silk scarf caught by a sportscar's open wheel'' became renowned, yet most people overlook the grisly details: she was not only strangled, but nearly decapitated (silk is almost as tough as a steel wire garrotte) and [[NightmareFuel pulled out of the car and smashed in the pavement]].

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** Contrary to the popular image, the scarf of an airman, motorcyclist or racing driver was '''always''' tightly wrapped and knotted around the neck. A flowing scarf was a lethal danger: it could quickly be caught by the spinning propeller and [[TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs [[JustForFun/TelevisionIsTryingToKillUs strangle the hapless guy to death before he would even know it]]. [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isadora_Duncan Isadora Duncan's]] death ''strangled by a silk scarf caught by a sportscar's open wheel'' became renowned, yet most people overlook the grisly details: she was not only strangled, but nearly decapitated (silk is almost as tough as a steel wire garrotte) and [[NightmareFuel pulled out of the car and smashed in the pavement]].
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