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29th May '17 2:28:17 PM johnnye
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* The boyfriend drags a shovel this way as he decides whether to [[spoiler:finish off the MistakenForDead guy he was planning to bury.]] It's more a sign of reluctance than a deliberate intimidation tactic, but it's no less creepy for it.
28th May '17 7:55:47 AM Morgenthaler
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25th May '17 8:23:00 AM MarsJenkar
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** James also does this when wielding the Great Knife, as he's barely strong enough to swing the thing, let alone carry normally. This even becomes a game mechanic; dragging the Knife in the dark will cause enemies to think James is the Pyramid Head and [[TheDreaded run the hell away]].

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** James also does this when wielding the Great Knife, as he's barely strong enough to swing the thing, let alone carry normally. normally.
%% NOTE: All references to the Great Knife trick have been commented out, until we get video proof that overturns the following: https://youtu.be/U81JzUj9i10?t=8m58s
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This even becomes a game mechanic; dragging the Knife in the dark will cause enemies to think James is the Pyramid Head and [[TheDreaded run the hell away]].
22nd Mar '17 9:32:22 PM Joysweeper
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* During Season Five of ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' Jack faces off against a very tall assassin who wields a very large sword he controls musically; it flies around at his command. When Jack, stripped of his other weapons, finally cuts Scaramouche down he drags that sword over before heaving it up for the strike.
12th Feb '17 9:24:47 AM Prometheus117
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* Lucina does this in her approach to attack Captain Falcon in her and Robin's reveal trailer for ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros for Wii U/Nintendo 3DS''.

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* Lucina does this in her approach to attack Captain Falcon in her and Robin's reveal trailer for ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros for Wii U/Nintendo 3DS''. {{Justified}} in that Falchion is an unbreakable magic sword which presumably wouldn't suffer too much from such an act.
6th Feb '17 9:54:33 AM Prometheus117
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* In ''Film/BlackRain'', Sato does this [[spoiler: right before he kills Charlie]]

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* In ''Film/BlackRain'', Sato does this ''while riding a motorcycle'' [[spoiler: right before he kills Charlie]]Charlie]].
5th Feb '17 6:43:34 AM WackyPanda
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'', the protagonist Red drags the titular Transistor behind her at all times, [[JustifiedTrope since it's almost as tall as she is]].

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Transistor}}'', the protagonist Red drags the titular Transistor behind her at all times, [[JustifiedTrope since it's almost as tall as she is]]. The "wear down the sword" bit comes up in an unused line where [[spoiler:Royce]] expresses his distaste upon watching Red drag it around. It's still sharp enough to [[spoiler:stab through Red]] at the end.
1st Dec '16 5:13:34 PM crayontattoo
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* "Series/BreakingBad": In the episode "One Minute", one of the cousins does this with his axe while [[spoiler:going after Hank.]]

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* "Series/BreakingBad": ''Series/BreakingBad'': In the episode "One Minute", one of the cousins does this with his axe while [[spoiler:going after Hank.]]
1st Dec '16 5:11:55 PM crayontattoo
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*"Series/BreakingBad": In the episode "One Minute", one of the cousins does this with his axe while [[spoiler:going after Hank.]]
2nd Nov '16 7:55:22 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Some haunted houses and mazes (including Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights and Howl-O-Scream) have actors drag their prop blades across walls and floors to scare the guests, sometimes while running at them.

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* Some haunted houses and mazes (including Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights and Howl-O-Scream) Theatre/HowlOScream) have actors drag their prop blades across walls and floors to scare the guests, sometimes while running at them.
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