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2nd Dec '16 4:49:56 AM StarTropes
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh'', the [[FlamingSword Flame Swordsman]] and [[DarkIsNotEvil Dark Magician]] are sometimes portrayed this way.

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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh'', the [[FlamingSword Flame Swordsman]] and [[DarkIsNotEvil Dark Magician]] are sometimes portrayed this way. So are their masters--[[TheLancer Joey]] is good in a physical scrap while [[TheHero Yugi]], or at least his SuperpoweredEvilSide, wields the shadow magic.
28th Nov '16 4:54:58 PM Morgenthaler
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* In ''VideoGame/BetrayalAtKrondor'', Gorath and Owyn. The former is a BadAss centuries old dark elf chieftain, the latter is a scrawny human boy magician.

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* In ''VideoGame/BetrayalAtKrondor'', Gorath and Owyn. The former is a BadAss badass centuries old dark elf chieftain, the latter is a scrawny human boy magician.
19th Nov '16 10:27:05 AM lilysakura220
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''A warrior and a magic user working together''

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''A warrior and a magic user working together''
together.''
28th Oct '16 2:24:57 PM nombretomado
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* [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blados]] and Chalis in ''GoldenSunDarkDawn''. There's a little mixing here as Blados can still cast [[CastingAShadow Shadow]] [[DeflectorShields Shield]] and Chalis can use [[SignatureMove Scornful Caress]] (a slashing attack).

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* [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blados]] and Chalis in ''GoldenSunDarkDawn''.''VideoGame/GoldenSunDarkDawn''. There's a little mixing here as Blados can still cast [[CastingAShadow Shadow]] [[DeflectorShields Shield]] and Chalis can use [[SignatureMove Scornful Caress]] (a slashing attack).
16th Oct '16 11:45:14 AM nombretomado
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* If you think about it, Marche and Montblanc from ''FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' kinda fits.

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* If you think about it, Marche and Montblanc from ''FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'' kinda fits.
23rd Sep '16 5:48:16 AM Origin
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* In the first act, at least, Ryushi and Kia from [[Literature/BrokenSky Broken Sky]] could qualify as this, with Ryushi taking up the Glass Cannon role. Although the pair of them are both rather adept at martial combat (Ryushi with his sword, a bo staff for his sister), Ryushi had little to no control over the series' equivalent of magic and ended up burning himself out completely after a single shot. Sure, that single shot has the potential to be immensely powerful, but still. As the series progresses and Ryushi learns how to better control himself, the duo progress to be more like [[BashBrothers Bash Twins]].

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* In the first act, at least, Ryushi and Kia from [[Literature/BrokenSky Broken Sky]] could qualify as this, with Ryushi taking up the Glass Cannon role. Although the pair of them are both rather adept at martial combat (Ryushi with his sword, a bo staff for his sister), Ryushi had little to no control over the series' equivalent of magic and ended up burning himself out completely after a single shot. Sure, that single shot has the potential to be immensely powerful, but still. As the series progresses and Ryushi learns how to better control himself, the duo progress to be even more like [[BashBrothers Bash Twins]].a [[SiblingTeam]].
23rd Sep '16 5:46:07 AM Origin
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* In the first act, at least, Ryushi and Kia from [[Literature/BrokenSky Broken Sky]] could qualify as this, with Ryushi taking up the Glass Cannon role. Although the pair of them are both rather adept at martial combat (Ryushi with his sword, a bo staff for his sister), Ryushi had little to no control over the series' equivalent of magic and ended up burning himself out completely after a single shot. Sure, that single shot has the potential to be immensely powerful, but still. As the series progresses and Ryushi learns how to better control himself, the duo progress to be more like [[BashBrothers Bash Twins]].
20th Aug '16 6:27:19 PM nombretomado
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* In addition to the Caramon/Raistlin example above, Goldmoon and Riverwind from the ''DragonLance'' novels would be an example of this type.

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* In addition to the Caramon/Raistlin example above, Goldmoon and Riverwind from the ''DragonLance'' ''Literature/DragonLance'' novels would be an example of this type.
26th Jun '16 7:55:21 PM nombretomado
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%%* Harry and Michael in TheDresdenFiles.

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%%* Harry and Michael in TheDresdenFiles.''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''.
25th Jun '16 10:59:40 AM lavendermintrose
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* An interesting example in ''Anime/{{K}}'', with Kuroh, Shiro, and Neko. Kuroh is a swordsman who also uses powers from his [[SuperEmpowering King]] in fights, usually in the form of a plasma-like giant hand he can use to push or pull things, or as a glow around his body and sword that helps his agility and force. Neko and [[NonActionGuy Shiro]] use Neko's psychic abilities to confuse their opponents or create a distraction. In the second season, however, [[spoiler: Kuroh and Neko are now Shiro's Clansmen, and he is their King, so their powers come from him (except for Neko's psychic abilities)]].
** In the finale of the second season, [[spoiler: it fits the GlassCannon element even more, with the rest of the three Clans protecting Shiro as he goes in to destroy the Slates]].
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