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14th Aug '16 12:14:21 AM Wooboo
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** And while the majority of police officers won't kill you, there's nothing stopping them from applying pain or violence to counter a violent offender. That said, any good police officer will exercise restraint, [[PoliceBrutality as going too far, even non-lethally, will get you into trouble just as deep as if you killed someone, depending on the circumstances.]]
4th Aug '16 8:03:04 AM windleopard
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* Franchise/Wonder Woman. Like Captain America mentioned above, Diana will use lethal force but only as a last resort.

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* Franchise/Wonder Woman.Franchise/{{Wonder Woman}}. Like Captain America mentioned above, Diana will use lethal force but only as a last resort.
4th Aug '16 8:00:41 AM windleopard
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* ComicBook/Wonder Woman. Like Captain America mentioned above, Diana will use lethal force but only as a last resort.

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* ComicBook/Wonder Franchise/Wonder Woman. Like Captain America mentioned above, Diana will use lethal force but only as a last resort.
4th Aug '16 7:58:44 AM windleopard
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*ComicBook/Wonder Woman. Like Captain America mentioned above, Diana will use lethal force but only as a last resort.
25th Jul '16 2:15:49 PM cdru
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25th Jul '16 2:07:43 PM cdru
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* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' has the Reluctant Killer disadvantage, which keeps a character from attacking a recognizable person. The character can still attack: [[FacelessGoons people wearing masks]], people he can't see, occupied vehicles, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman anything that looks like a monster]], and [[BombersOnTheScreen blips on a radar screen]]. Along with a number of other Pacifism variants, ranging from Cannot Kill to [[ActualPacifist Total Nonviolence]]. Even beyond that, the highest level of pacifism requires you to stop other people from doing anything that might hurt another person for any reason.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' has the Reluctant Killer disadvantage, which keeps a character from lethally attacking a recognizable person. The character can still attack: use deadly force on: [[FacelessGoons people wearing masks]], people he can't see, occupied vehicles, [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman anything that looks like a monster]], and [[BombersOnTheScreen blips on a radar screen]]. Along with a number of other Pacifism variants, ranging from Cannot Kill to [[ActualPacifist Total Nonviolence]]. Even beyond that, the highest level of pacifism requires you to stop other people from doing anything that might hurt another person for any reason.
23rd Jul '16 10:24:11 PM Kazmahu
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* Issei in ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' will never hesitate to fight, especially if it's [[TheChampion for Rias]], but he would really rather talk his enemies down or intimidate them into submission with a beatdown and/or warning shot. It's made very clear this is a conscious philosophy and not something that comes naturally, as he [[spoiler:nearly causes a CasualtyInTheRing (only stopped by the victim being recalled femtoseconds before being atomized) and doesn't hesitate to finally kill a major villain once and for all when the opportunity presents itself.]]

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* Issei in ''LightNovel/HighSchoolDXD'' will never hesitate to fight, especially if it's [[TheChampion for Rias]], but he would really rather talk his enemies down or intimidate them into submission with a beatdown and/or warning shot. It's made very clear this is a conscious philosophy and not something that comes naturally, as he [[spoiler:nearly causes a CasualtyInTheRing (only stopped by the when his buttons are sufficiently pushed (and he was committed to doing so, which his victim being recalled femtoseconds before being atomized) saved by outside forces) and doesn't hesitate to finally kill a major villain once and for all when the opportunity presents itself.]]
21st Jul '16 8:10:48 PM dmcreif
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* John Dillinger robbed banks for the money and the thrill of it, his heists involving as much planning as a real job might, but would never, ever kill. In fact, he despised cold blooded killers Bonnie and Clyde, saying they gave honest crooks like him a bad name.
** He may have killed a Chicago policeman in 1934, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dillinger#Trouble_in_East_Chicago though this is debatable]].

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* John Dillinger robbed banks for the money and the thrill of it, his heists involving as much planning as a real job might, but would never, ever kill.kill (though other members of his gang often ''did'' hurt or kill people). In fact, he despised cold blooded killers Bonnie and Clyde, saying they gave honest crooks like him a bad name.
** He may have killed a was suspected of killing an East Chicago policeman police officer during a bank robbery in January 1934, [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Dillinger#Trouble_in_East_Chicago though this is debatable]].
12th Jul '16 4:36:56 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Dororo.
6th Jul '16 10:37:58 AM nighttrainfm
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** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' pushes this even further. Besides all the existing brutal takedowns, Batman can now drop room lights on people and smash their faces into live electrical outlets.

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** ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' pushes this even further. Besides all the existing brutal takedowns, Batman can now drop room lights on people and people, smash their faces into live electrical outlets.outlets, and fire supposedly "non-lethal" rounds at them from his ''tank-grade Batmobile''.
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