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5th Oct '17 2:06:15 PM IndirectActiveTransport
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* El Cazador De Dragones Eragon in IWRG and Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Mexico.

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* El Cazador De Dragones Eragon in IWRG and Wrestling/{{N|ationalWrestlingAlliance}}WA Mexico. Although he wrestlers there, the dragon slaying is an example of WrestlingDoesntPay.
22nd Sep '17 4:14:56 AM Luppercus
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* The TV show ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'', a SequelSeries of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'' introduces the Dragon Hunters who capture and often kill dragons for profit and sport.
30th Aug '17 12:27:55 AM Lves
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**[[UpToEleven Taken up to eleven]] with [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Buster_Blader,_the_Dragon_Destroyer_Swordsman Buster Blader, the Dragon Destroyer Swordsman]] which gains an even bigger ATK boost for every dragon in your opponent's field and graveyard, as well as switching those dragon monsters to defense position and preventing them from activating their effects [[GameplayAndStorySegregation which represents the dragons fear]] of Buster Blader's new form.
16th Jun '17 9:35:32 PM aidreamer
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* In ''Webcomic/DragonMango'':
** Dragonslayers are an actual species. They are humanoids with random unusual features similar to dragons and have natural magical abilities. They are the only species innately strong enough stand up to dragons. In truth, [[spoiler:they ''are'' dragons, who decided to secretly shapeshift into human-like forms, befriend humans, integrate into human civilization, and use humans as easy meal tickets by protecting them from their kin.]]
** There is also a human named Steen Dragonsbane who has made it his life's mission to wipe them out. Defeating a dragon is believed to be a near impossible feat for a human, but thanks to his SuperStrength, years of experience in their weaknesses, and the weapons he has made from their corpses, he has killed quite afew.
26th May '17 2:26:39 PM buckykattlove
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* Parn from ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar'' has over the course of the show killed at least two dragons, one in the first episode, and the other was an ancient dragon.

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* Parn from ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar'' has has, over the course of the show show, killed at least two dragons, one dragons. One in the first episode, episode and the other was an ancient dragon.



* In the manga ''Rain'', the main character Rain gained the title of "dragon slayer" after he supposedly single-handedly fought and killed a dragon in one-on-one combat and absorbed the dragon's lifeforce and power.

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* In the manga ''Rain'', ''{{Manga/Rain}}'', the main character Rain gained the title of "dragon slayer" after he supposedly single-handedly fought and killed a dragon in one-on-one combat and absorbed the dragon's lifeforce and power.
11th May '17 2:08:53 AM LordInsane
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** ''Draconomicon'' suggested that many of the dragons who [[DragonKnight become paladins]] end up as this -- being [[ThePaladin paladins]] they are driven to confront evil, and being dragons they tend think more of dragons -- including how much of an evil evil ones can be. They also, of course, are intimately familiar with the strengths and weaknesses of dragons...
24th Apr '17 9:49:18 AM DaveE
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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'': Dwarf Slayers are dwarves who, to make up for some failure, become mohawked Slayers -- DeathSeekers who look for the toughest monsters around so they can die a glorious death. Except being dwarves, they're naturally quite good at killing the things, and so their failure becomes greater the more monsters they kill, and so you can find Troll Slayers and Giant Slayers and Dragon Slayers and Daemon Slayers.

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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'': Dwarf Slayers are dwarves who, to make up for some failure, become mohawked Slayers -- DeathSeekers [[DeathSeeker death seekers]] who look for the toughest monsters around so they can die a glorious death. Except being dwarves, they're naturally quite good at killing the things, and so their failure becomes greater the more monsters they kill, and so you can find Troll Slayers and Giant Slayers and Dragon Slayers and Daemon Slayers.Slayers.
** The human poet Felix Jaeger, companion to the world's most infamous Slayer, possesses a sword that was enchanted for dragon slaying. The effect is that Felix, who usually approaches CowardlySidekick compared to Gotrek, will turn into TheBerserker any time they have to face off against a dragon. Fortunately the sword gives Felix a few buffs to help him survive.
17th Apr '17 12:14:35 AM Mhazard
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* In ''VideoGame/DarkSoulsIII'', the Dragonslayer Armour is a heavy armor resembling Dragnslayer Ornstein, equipped with a melted iron greataxe tailored for slaying archdragons and a greatshield resistant to lightning. [[spoiler:It is in fact an AnimatedArmor controlled by the Pilgrim Butterflies like a puppet. The real Ornstein wasn't even in Lothric Castle, he's finding the Nameless King, Gwyn's first born son in Archdragon's Peak.]]
14th Mar '17 10:17:53 PM ultimomant
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* The lair of [[ShapedLikeItself Dragon the dragon]] from ''WesternAnimation/Shrek'' is filled with countless knights who attempted to slay the dragon in order to rescue the princess. When Fiona confronts Shrek (who just grabs the princess and runs) about not killing the dragon, he makes fun of what an ineffective strategy dragon killing would be.

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* The lair of [[ShapedLikeItself Dragon the dragon]] from ''WesternAnimation/Shrek'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Shrek}}'' is filled with countless knights who attempted to slay the dragon in order to rescue the princess. When Fiona confronts Shrek (who just grabs the princess and runs) about not killing the dragon, he makes fun of what an ineffective strategy dragon killing would be.
18th Feb '17 3:42:07 AM Morgenthaler
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[[Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific So this is just a variant]] of TheHunter right? Well, no. TheHunter normally suffers the AchillesHeel of CripplingOverspecialization, while The Dragonslayer still has a giant sword, which unlike a stake or silver daggers, [[OneHeroHoldTheWeaksauce is very effective in battle]]. The Dragonslayer is often TheHero with a few dead dragons tacked on.

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[[Administrivia/TheSameButMoreSpecific So this is just a variant]] of TheHunter the HunterOfMonsters right? Well, no. TheHunter The Hunter normally suffers the AchillesHeel of CripplingOverspecialization, while The Dragonslayer still has a giant sword, which unlike a stake or silver daggers, [[OneHeroHoldTheWeaksauce is very effective in battle]]. The Dragonslayer is often TheHero with a few dead dragons tacked on.
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