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3rd Feb '16 1:28:44 PM Scorpion451
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* A long shallow cut or cuts across the torso. (most common in sword fights)

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Works featuring bladed weapons often add a fifth:
* A long a remarkably shallow cut or a set of parallel cuts across the torso. (most common in sword fights)
back, chest, or stomach.
3rd Feb '16 1:10:12 PM Scorpion451
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* A long shallow cut or cuts across the torso. (most common in sword fights)
20th Jan '16 6:57:18 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:270:And yet, he can still see with both eyes.]]

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[[caption-width-right:270:And [-[[caption-width-right:270:And yet, he can still see with both eyes.]]]]-]
20th Jan '16 6:57:06 PM Willbyr
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[[caption-width-right:270:And yet, he can still see with both eyes.]]
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18th Jan '16 5:11:34 AM Willbyr
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* In ''TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', Kamina's HumongousMecha was once hit so hard that it apparently made him bang his forehead against the inside. Earlier in the same episode, Viral also suffers a [[PaperCutting cut to the cheek]].
* ''ChronoCrusade'' uses these a ''lot'', particularly for [[MartyrWithoutACause Chrono]]. Rosette also gets cut on the cheek enough that it's not unusual to see her running around with a bandaid on her cheek after a fight.

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* In ''TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', ''Anime/TengenToppaGurrenLagann'', Kamina's HumongousMecha was once hit so hard that it apparently made him bang his forehead against the inside. Earlier in the same episode, Viral also suffers a [[PaperCutting cut to the cheek]].
* ''ChronoCrusade'' ''Manga/ChronoCrusade'' uses these a ''lot'', particularly for [[MartyrWithoutACause Chrono]]. Rosette also gets cut on the cheek enough that it's not unusual to see her running around with a bandaid on her cheek after a fight.



* In what must be a RunningGag for ''SaintSeiya'' fans by now, Dragon Shiryu is blinded (''again'') during combat with the Asgardian God Warrior Fenrir, who uses his Cloth's wolf-like claws to cut a gash across Shiryu's forehead. The blood flows so freely and thick that it washes over his eyes until he literally can't see anymore.

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* In what must be a RunningGag for ''SaintSeiya'' ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' fans by now, Dragon Shiryu is blinded (''again'') during combat with the Asgardian God Warrior Fenrir, who uses his Cloth's wolf-like claws to cut a gash across Shiryu's forehead. The blood flows so freely and thick that it washes over his eyes until he literally can't see anymore.



* In ''OnePiece'', during the Enies Lobby arc, every member of the Straw Hats ends up with the same streak of blood running down their face.

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* In ''OnePiece'', ''Manga/OnePiece'', during the Enies Lobby arc, every member of the Straw Hats ends up with the same streak of blood running down their face.
5th Nov '15 5:53:14 PM nombretomado
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* In ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'', when Ranma and Shinnosuke clash over Akane, they leap at each other with fists/brooms drawn. When they land, the shoulder of Ranma's shirt is ripped, and Shinnosuke somehow manages to get a bleeding ''cut'' across his cheek (even though Ranma overwhelmingly favors punches over open-hand strikes.)

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* In ''[[RanmaOneHalf Ranma 1/2]]'', ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', when Ranma and Shinnosuke clash over Akane, they leap at each other with fists/brooms drawn. When they land, the shoulder of Ranma's shirt is ripped, and Shinnosuke somehow manages to get a bleeding ''cut'' across his cheek (even though Ranma overwhelmingly favors punches over open-hand strikes.)
22nd Aug '15 9:58:19 PM nombretomado
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* A scene in ''GundamWing'' takes a slightly different angle on the hairline spot. During a KnifeThrowingAct in the circus, Trowa Barton does not dodge a knife thrown at his head, and as a result is cut on the side of his temple near his sideburn area.

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* A scene in ''GundamWing'' ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing'' takes a slightly different angle on the hairline spot. During a KnifeThrowingAct in the circus, Trowa Barton does not dodge a knife thrown at his head, and as a result is cut on the side of his temple near his sideburn area.
31st Jan '15 2:23:41 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The forehead variant is especially common in ProfessionalWrestling. Typically, a wrestler will inflict it on himself using a razor blade hidden on his person (a process known as a bladejob) and through a little cooperative sleight of hand, it will be made to look like the opponent, usually a {{Heel}}, inflicted the wound. There is also a technique wherein a wrestler can split open another performer's eyebrow with a well-placed punch. More common in the early days, few are skilled enough to execute it properly today. In Pro-Wrestling terminology the practice of intentionally drawing blood is known as "juicing", "gigging" or "drawing colour" and has become less common in recent years, due to concerns over HIV and other blood-borne diseases. The forehead is the favored spot for bleeding because of the abundance of blood vessels and the fact that the blood will mix with sweat on the forehead and run everywhere, making the wound look more dramatic. The best example would probably be the 1992 NJPW match between The Great Muta and Hiroshi Hase, in which Muta bled so profusely that by the end of the match his face was stained completely red. To this day the severity of bladejobs is measured on the "Muta Scale".
** AbdullahTheButcher is famous for having a forehead ''covered'' in scars from years of blading.

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* The forehead variant is especially common in ProfessionalWrestling. Typically, a wrestler will inflict it on himself using a razor blade hidden on his person (a process known as a bladejob) and through a little cooperative sleight of hand, it will be made to look like the opponent, usually a {{Heel}}, inflicted the wound. There is also a technique wherein a wrestler can split open another performer's eyebrow with a well-placed punch. More common in the early days, few are skilled enough to execute it properly today. In Pro-Wrestling terminology the practice of intentionally drawing blood is known as "juicing", "gigging" or "drawing colour" and has become less common in recent years, due to concerns over HIV and other blood-borne diseases. The forehead is the favored spot for bleeding because of the abundance of blood vessels and the fact that the blood will mix with sweat on the forehead and run everywhere, making the wound look more dramatic. The best example would probably be the 1992 NJPW Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling match between The Great Muta Wrestling/TheGreatMuta and Hiroshi Hase, in which Muta bled so profusely that by the end of the match his face was stained completely red. To this day the severity of bladejobs is measured on the "Muta Scale".
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AbdullahTheButcher is famous for having a forehead ''covered'' in scars from years of blading.blading.
* One of the few times the "Muta/Hase" case was surpassed (Wrestling/EddieGuerrero vs Wrestling/JohnBradshawLayfield) was by an accidentally too hard chair shot. Coincidentally, it still came out of the standard forehead spot.
14th Sep '14 6:31:12 PM eowynjedi
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* The heroes of ''MagicKnightRayearth'' bled from the cheek in great ''Mortal Kombat''-style gushes, in pretty much ''every'' fight.

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* The heroes of ''MagicKnightRayearth'' ''Manga/MagicKnightRayearth'' bled from the cheek in great ''Mortal Kombat''-style gushes, in pretty much ''every'' fight.
21st Jul '14 9:17:00 PM Vandegraff1
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Related to FirstBlood, BloodFromTheMouth. Note that Standard Bleeding Spots do not necessarily entail defeat -- indeed, many a shounen hero has [[HeroicSecondWind just stood up after sustaining each and every one of them and proceeded to completely trash the antagonist]].

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Related to FirstBlood, BloodFromTheMouth. Note that Standard Bleeding Spots do not necessarily entail defeat -- indeed, defeat--indeed, many a shounen hero has [[HeroicSecondWind just stood up after sustaining each and every one of them and proceeded to completely trash the antagonist]].



* The forehead variant is especially common in ProfessionalWrestling. Typically, a wrestler will inflict it on himself using a razorblade hidden on his person (a process known as a bladejob) & through a little co-operative sleight of hand it will be made to look like the opponent, usually a {{Heel}} inflicted the wound. There is also a technique wherein a wrestler can split open another performer's eyebrow with a well-placed punch. More common in the early days, few are skilled enough to execute it properly today. In Pro-Wrestling terminology the practise of intentionally drawing blood is known as "juicing", "gigging" or "drawing colour" & has become less common in recent years due to concerns over HIV & other bloodborne diseases. The forehead is the favored spot for bleeding because of the abundance of bloodvessels & the fact that the blood will mix with sweat on the forehead & run everywhere, making the wound look more dramatic. The best example would probably be the 1992 NJPW match between The Great Muta & Hiroshi Hase, in which Muta bled so profusely that by the end of the match his face was stained completely red. To this day the severity of bladejobs is measured on the "Muta Scale".

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* The forehead variant is especially common in ProfessionalWrestling. Typically, a wrestler will inflict it on himself using a razorblade razor blade hidden on his person (a process known as a bladejob) & and through a little co-operative cooperative sleight of hand hand, it will be made to look like the opponent, usually a {{Heel}} {{Heel}}, inflicted the wound. There is also a technique wherein a wrestler can split open another performer's eyebrow with a well-placed punch. More common in the early days, few are skilled enough to execute it properly today. In Pro-Wrestling terminology the practise practice of intentionally drawing blood is known as "juicing", "gigging" or "drawing colour" & and has become less common in recent years years, due to concerns over HIV & and other bloodborne blood-borne diseases. The forehead is the favored spot for bleeding because of the abundance of bloodvessels & blood vessels and the fact that the blood will mix with sweat on the forehead & and run everywhere, making the wound look more dramatic. The best example would probably be the 1992 NJPW match between The Great Muta & and Hiroshi Hase, in which Muta bled so profusely that by the end of the match his face was stained completely red. To this day the severity of bladejobs is measured on the "Muta Scale".
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