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22nd Jul '16 2:43:42 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Shank}} 2'' allows the titular hero (or his friend [[ActionGirl Corina]]) to use frozen fish as weapons, or, in a variation, flick a switch and send either a net full of fish or a great white shark careening into their foes.

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* ''{{Shank}} ''VideoGame/{{Shank}} 2'' allows the titular hero (or his friend [[ActionGirl Corina]]) to use frozen fish as weapons, or, in a variation, flick a switch and send either a net full of fish or a great white shark careening into their foes.
9th Jun '16 8:48:27 AM skyandbeyond49
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* ''VideoGame/HeroesOfTheStorm'' has [[VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft Murky]], baby [[FishPeople Murloc]] that wields a fish as a melee weapon. And if you upgrade his [[TentacleRope Octo-Grab]] [[LimitBreak heroic]]... [[UpToEleven and a shark, too!]]
7th May '16 7:15:00 PM eroock
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-->--'''Roger''', ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' ("Frannie 911")

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-->--'''Roger''', -->-- '''Roger''', ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' ("Frannie 911")
6th May '16 6:42:43 PM nombretomado
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* On GaiaOnline, ''zOMG!'' has an attack ring that summons sharks to attack monsters.

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* On GaiaOnline, Website/GaiaOnline, ''zOMG!'' has an attack ring that summons sharks to attack monsters.
20th Apr '16 1:20:35 AM Freezer
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* In ''VideoGame/RuneFactory3'', Pia's default weapon is the Dekash - a weaponized giant Tuna. It's also craftable.
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* There is no requirement that summoned creatures in DungeonsAndDragons must be summoned into environments that they can survive in, after all the creatures return fully healed to where they were once the spell ends or the creature dies. This has led more than one crafty Summoner to drop whales onto battlefields as a "Wall of Orca", or even as just a large thing to drop on top of enemies.
19th Mar '16 6:46:31 AM Hossmeister
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7th Mar '16 3:46:34 PM Pinokio
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* Doujin artist [=WancozoW=] depicts a sea lion throwing fish as a kunai-style weapon.



* In the CBBC office, presenter Iain Stirling hit fellow presenter, Hacker, (A puppet dog) on the back of the head with a fish, apparently knocking him out, people started requesting that Chris and Ben hit Hacker with the fish too... leading to new presenter Katie forcefully hitting Ben and Chris with the fish, this seemingly knocked them out.
* In the season one finale of ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'', John [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9qA8c-E_oA gets a Salmon Cannon]] and proceeds to giddily launch salmon at different celebrities including former boss Creator/JonStewart, Creator/StephenColbert, Creator/TomHanks, Creator/JJAbrams, [[Franchise/StarWars R2-D2]], Creator/AndersonCooper, Creator/DavidLetterman, Creator/JimmyFallon, and in the middle of ''Series/TheYoungAndTheRestless'', ''Series/GreysAnatomy'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''!



* [[Series/XenaWarriorPrincess Xena]] had a long-standing habit of using seafood as weaponry in mortal combat. She fought off several attackers in season one, who'd attacked her while fishing, and in season three, an episode climax featured Xena fighting off an army, just using the fish she'd spent the episode catching.



* In the CBBC office, presenter Iain Stirling hit fellow presenter, Hacker, (A puppet dog) on the back of the head with a fish, apparently knocking him out, people started requesting that Chris and Ben hit Hacker with the fish too... leading to new presenter Katie forcefully hitting Ben and Chris with the fish, this seemingly knocked them out.
* In the season one finale of ''Series/LastWeekTonightWithJohnOliver'', John [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l9qA8c-E_oA gets a Salmon Cannon]] and proceeds to giddily launch salmon at different celebrities including former boss Creator/JonStewart, Creator/StephenColbert, Creator/TomHanks, Creator/JJAbrams, [[Franchise/StarWars R2-D2]], Creator/AndersonCooper, Creator/DavidLetterman, Creator/JimmyFallon, and in the middle of ''Series/TheYoungAndTheRestless'', ''Series/GreysAnatomy'' and ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''!



* [[Series/XenaWarriorPrincess Xena]] had a long-standing habit of using seafood as weaponry in mortal combat. She fought off several attackers in season one, who'd attacked her while fishing, and in season three, an episode climax featured Xena fighting off an army, just using the fish she'd spent the episode catching.



* ''VideoGame/MercenaryKings'' gives us the Fish Knife. No, it's not a knife that you cut fish with, it is a fish that is used as a knife.

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* ''VideoGame/MercenaryKings'' gives ''[[VideoGame/ThreeDDotGameHeroes 3D Dot Game Heroes]]'' has a giant fish among its large collection of bizarre swords.
* ''ArmedAndDangerous'' brings
us the Fish Knife. No, it's not Landshark Gun, a knife [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin large gun which launches a shark]] that you cut [[FastTunnelling burrows through the ground]] and bursts out under the targeted enemy.
* Death in ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' casts a spell that throws a giant demonic
fish with, it is a fish that is used as a knife.at you.



* Speaking of Frozen Tuna, you can wield one as a two-handed blunt weapon in ''MapleStory''.
** And then there's the Thunder Breaker class, which throws sharks ''made out of thunder'' at your foes in later levels.
* Joachim in ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' can also wield a frozen tuna as a weapon, just one in a series of increasingly improbable {{Improvised Weapon}}s.
** Frank from ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld'' has a habit of creating {{Improvised Weapon}}s by sticking sword hilts onto.. anything, really. Including a Marlin.
* Death in ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' casts a spell that throws a giant demonic fish at you.
* One popular mod for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' turns the pillows into large fish when your sims start pillow fights.
** In the console version, the ''default'' for Slap is to slap with a fish. Depending on the other person's personality and the extent of enmity, they'll either walk away or pull out ''[[AlwaysABiggerFish an even bigger fish]]'' to slap the first one.

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* Speaking of Frozen Tuna, you can wield one as a two-handed blunt weapon in ''MapleStory''.
** And then there's the Thunder Breaker class, which throws sharks ''made out of thunder'' at your foes in later levels.
* Joachim in ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' can also wield a frozen tuna as a weapon, just one in a series of increasingly improbable {{Improvised Weapon}}s.
** Frank from ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld''
''VideoGame/DeadRising2'' has a habit of creating {{Improvised Weapon}}s by sticking sword hilts onto.. anything, really. Including swordfish available as a Marlin.
* Death in ''VideoGame/{{Castlevania 64}}'' casts a spell that throws a giant demonic fish at you.
* One popular mod for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' turns the pillows into large fish when your sims start pillow fights.
** In the console version, the ''default'' for Slap
weapon. It's not especially good (although it's alternate attack is to slap with a fish. Depending on the other person's personality and the extent of enmity, they'll either walk away or pull out ''[[AlwaysABiggerFish an even bigger fish]]'' to slap the first one.one hit kill... against a single zombie).



* There are several fishy swords in ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', thanks entirely to the RuleOfFunny.



* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Rockhide Strongfish, a mid level mace, and the Dark Herring, a high level dagger. There are also some fish caught with the fishing skill that can be held in the off hand. They are entirely useless aside from looks and since you can't actually attack with them they don't really count.

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has the Rockhide Strongfish, a mid level mace, and the Dark Herring, halibut as a high level dagger. (very good) weapon. Why? [[StealthPun Well...]]
** Also, every Turtle Tamer knows how to toss a familiar at an enemy.
There are also some fish caught with piscine familiars.
* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', Fizz
the fishing skill that can be held in the off hand. They are entirely useless aside from looks and since you can't actually Tidal Trickster's ultimate special attack with them "Chum the Waters" involves throwing a fish at an opponent. This summons a massive shark to erupt from the ground and take a bite out of any enemy champion that gets hit by the fish. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything If the target is killed, they don't really count.won't leave a corpse if they're small enough]].



* There are several fishy swords in ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', thanks entirely to the RuleOfFunny.
* Nightmare from the ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series wields a squid as a joke weapon in SC III, SC IV and SC V.
** In ''Soul Calibur V'', Patroklos' joke weapon is a salmon for a sword and a ray for a shield.

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* There The LEGO ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' game has multiple examples:
** In some levels, there
are several fishy swords in ''VideoGame/DragonFable'', thanks entirely to the RuleOfFunny.
crates with fish you can throw.
** The LEGO version of [[spoiler: Norrington's HeroicSacrifice scene]] has him whack Jones with a fish.
** The Ancient Fisherman unlockable character has a fish as his weapon.
* Nightmare from the ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series wields a squid Speaking of Frozen Tuna, you can wield one as a joke two-handed blunt weapon in SC III, SC IV and SC V.
''MapleStory''.
** And then there's the Thunder Breaker class, which throws sharks ''made out of thunder'' at your foes in later levels.
*
In ''Soul Calibur V'', Patroklos' joke weapon ''MegaManPoweredUp'', Roll's CatGirl outfit uses a fish as a weapon.
* ''VideoGame/MercenaryKings'' gives us the Fish Knife. No, it's not a knife that you cut fish with, it
is a salmon for fish that is used as a sword and a ray for a shield.knife.



* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' has a halibut as a (very good) weapon. Why? [[StealthPun Well...]]
** Also, every Turtle Tamer knows how to toss a familiar at an enemy. There are piscine familiars.

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* ''VideoGame/KingdomOfLoathing'' ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' has Professor Genki's Mollusk Launcher, a gun that fires "singing, exploding, mind-controlling octopi. Yeah. Mind-control. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer We're serious.]]" There's also the Shark-O-Matic, a blunderbuss-looking weapon with a funnel of fish entrails attached to the lock that covers the target in chum, followed shortly by an attack by the Steelport sewer shark.
* Joachim in ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsCovenant'' can also wield a frozen tuna as a weapon, just one in a series of increasingly improbable {{Improvised Weapon}}s.
** Frank from ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld''
has a halibut habit of creating {{Improvised Weapon}}s by sticking sword hilts onto.. anything, really. Including a Marlin.
* ''{{Shank}} 2'' allows the titular hero (or his friend [[ActionGirl Corina]]) to use frozen fish
as weapons, or, in a (very good) weapon. Why? [[StealthPun Well...]]
variation, flick a switch and send either a net full of fish or a great white shark careening into their foes.
* One popular mod for ''VideoGame/TheSims2'' turns the pillows into large fish when your sims start pillow fights.
** Also, every Turtle Tamer knows how In the console version, the ''default'' for Slap is to toss slap with a familiar at fish. Depending on the other person's personality and the extent of enmity, they'll either walk away or pull out ''[[AlwaysABiggerFish an enemy. There are piscine familiars.even bigger fish]]'' to slap the first one.



* ''[[VideoGame/ThreeDDotGameHeroes 3D Dot Game Heroes]]'' has a giant fish among its large collection of bizarre swords.

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* ''[[VideoGame/ThreeDDotGameHeroes 3D Dot Game Heroes]]'' has VideoGame/{{Skylanders}}: Terrafin (a shark-man) and Thumpback (a humanoid whale) both have "belly flop" body slam attacks, which probably qualify. Even discounting them, Chill the ice knight can summon a giant fish among its large collection of bizarre swords.narwhal to charge her enemies.
* You can do this to enemies in ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs''. You even get an achievement for it!
* Nightmare from the ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series wields a squid as a joke weapon in SC III, SC IV and SC V.
** In ''Soul Calibur V'', Patroklos' joke weapon is a salmon for a sword and a ray for a shield.



* ''VideoGame/DeadRising2'' has a swordfish available as a weapon. It's not especially good (although it's alternate attack is a one hit kill... against a single zombie).

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* ''VideoGame/DeadRising2'' has ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' allows you to fish up various fish that you can employ as tools or weapons. This includes the Reaver Shark (pickaxe), Rockfish (hammer), Sawtooth Shark (Chainsaw), Purple Clubberfish (sword), and Swordfish (spear, ironically).
* In ''VideoGame/Uncharted3DrakesDeception'', there's one level where Nate fights some {{Mooks}} in
a swordfish available market. If you back Nate against the fish stalls, using the Punch button will result in him picking up a fish and hitting a mook with it. Doing this three times nets you the trophy [[IncrediblyLamePun "Gonna Need a Sturgeon."]]
** The fish was later used
as a weapon. melee item pick-up in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale''. It's not especially good (although it's alternate swung like a bat and launches opponents pretty far.
* ''WayOfTheSamurai 3'' has the hidden companion [[CatGirl Nya Nya]], who wields a fish for her weapon. With the free DLC installed, the player can essentially craft a gigantic bluefin tuna and beat people to death with it, or DualWield two of them for double the fish-bludgeoning fun.
* Kidd from the ''VideoGame/WorldHeroes'' games uses sharks as projectiles. Who needs shuriken or fireballs when you're throwing a shark at someone?
* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the Rockhide Strongfish, a mid level mace, and the Dark Herring, a high level dagger. There are also some fish caught with the fishing skill that can be held in the off hand. They are entirely useless aside from looks and since you can't actually
attack is a one hit kill... against a single zombie).with them they don't really count.



* The LEGO ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' game has multiple examples:
** In some levels, there are crates with fish you can throw.
** The LEGO version of [[spoiler: Norrington's HeroicSacrifice scene]] has him whack Jones with a fish.
** The Ancient Fisherman unlockable character has a fish as his weapon.
* In ''MegaManPoweredUp'', Roll's CatGirl outfit uses a fish as a weapon.
* ''{{Shank}} 2'' allows the titular hero (or his friend [[ActionGirl Corina]]) to use frozen fish as weapons, or, in a variation, flick a switch and send either a net full of fish or a great white shark careening into their foes.
* Kidd from the ''VideoGame/WorldHeroes'' games uses sharks as projectiles. Who needs shuriken or fireballs when you're throwing a shark at someone?
* ''WayOfTheSamurai 3'' has the hidden companion [[CatGirl Nya Nya]], who wields a fish for her weapon. With the free DLC installed, the player can essentially craft a gigantic bluefin tuna and beat people to death with it, or DualWield two of them for double the fish-bludgeoning fun.
* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowTheThird'' has Professor Genki's Mollusk Launcher, a gun that fires "singing, exploding, mind-controlling octopi. Yeah. Mind-control. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer We're serious.]]" There's also the Shark-O-Matic, a blunderbuss-looking weapon with a funnel of fish entrails attached to the lock that covers the target in chum, followed shortly by an attack by the Steelport sewer shark.
* VideoGame/{{Skylanders}}: Terrafin (a shark-man) and Thumpback (a humanoid whale) both have "belly flop" body slam attacks, which probably qualify. Even discounting them, Chill the ice knight can summon a narwhal to charge her enemies.
* In ''VideoGame/Uncharted3DrakesDeception'', there's one level where Nate fights some {{Mooks}} in a market. If you back Nate against the fish stalls, using the Punch button will result in him picking up a fish and hitting a mook with it. Doing this three times nets you the trophy [[IncrediblyLamePun "Gonna Need a Sturgeon."]]
** The fish was later used as a melee item pick-up in ''VideoGame/PlaystationAllStarsBattleRoyale''. It's swung like a bat and launches opponents pretty far.
* ArmedAndDangerous brings us the Landshark Gun, a [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin large gun which launches a shark]] that [[FastTunnelling burrows through the ground]] and bursts out under the targeted enemy.
* You can do this to enemies in ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs''. You even get an achievement for it!
* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', Fizz the Tidal Trickster's ultimate special attack "Chum the Waters" involves throwing a fish at an opponent. This summons a massive shark to erupt from the ground and take a bite out of any enemy champion that gets hit by the fish. [[TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything If the target is killed, they won't leave a corpse if they're small enough]].
* ''VideoGame/{{Terraria}}'' allows you to fish up various fish that you can employ as tools or weapons. This includes the Reaver Shark (pickaxe), Rockfish (hammer), Sawtooth Shark (Chainsaw), Purple Clubberfish (sword), and Swordfish (spear, ironically).
6th Jan '16 7:37:45 PM nombretomado
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* ''PowerStone 2'' has the Frozen Tuna, which is unlocked through ItemCrafting.
* In ''PuzzlePirates'', you can use fish as a bludgeon in the Rumble game.

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* ''PowerStone ''VideoGame/PowerStone 2'' has the Frozen Tuna, which is unlocked through ItemCrafting.
* In ''PuzzlePirates'', ''VideoGame/PuzzlePirates'', you can use fish as a bludgeon in the Rumble game.



* Nightmare from the ''SoulCalibur'' series wields a squid as a joke weapon in SC III, SC IV and SC V.

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* Nightmare from the ''SoulCalibur'' ''VideoGame/SoulCalibur'' series wields a squid as a joke weapon in SC III, SC IV and SC V.
18th Dec '15 11:24:25 PM nombretomado
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** Frank from ''ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld'' has a habit of creating {{Improvised Weapon}}s by sticking sword hilts onto.. anything, really. Including a Marlin.

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** Frank from ''ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld'' ''VideoGame/ShadowHeartsFromTheNewWorld'' has a habit of creating {{Improvised Weapon}}s by sticking sword hilts onto.. anything, really. Including a Marlin.
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