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8th Nov '17 6:22:00 PM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': Cho performs a Reverse Mid-Air Unsheathing and Sheathing technique. With a '''[[WouldHurtAChild baby]]''' hanging on the sheath of the sword.

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* ''Manga/RurouniKenshin'': Cho performs a Reverse Mid-Air Unsheathing and Sheathing technique. With technique...with a '''[[WouldHurtAChild baby]]''' hanging on the sheath of the sword.



* Toboso Yana seems to like this trope. In ''Manga/BlackButler'''s anime season two, [[spoiler: Hannah keeps a demon sword in her esophagus.]] In ''Manga/RustBlaster'', [[spoiler: Kai literally is the sheath.]]
* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Orochimaru retrieves the Sword of {{Kusanagi}} by [[StomachOfHolding vomiting it.]] Occasionally it comes out tip first as a surprise attack, or hilt first to be wielded.

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* Toboso Yana seems to like this trope. In ''Manga/BlackButler'''s anime season two, [[spoiler: Hannah [[spoiler:Hannah keeps a demon sword in her esophagus.]] esophagus]]. In ''Manga/RustBlaster'', [[spoiler: Kai [[spoiler:Kai literally is the sheath.]]
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* In ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'', Orochimaru retrieves the Sword of {{Kusanagi}} by [[StomachOfHolding vomiting it.]] it]]. Occasionally it comes out tip first as a surprise attack, or hilt first to be wielded.
8th Nov '17 12:52:36 PM StFan
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': With his introduction in the first episode of Season 2, Remington Smith shows off his skills by sending his Shushu sword twirling in the air before landing straight in its sheath.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': With his introduction in the first episode of Season 2, Remington Smith shows off his skills by sending his Shushu sword dagger twirling in the air before landing straight in its sheath.
8th Nov '17 12:52:09 PM StFan
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-->'''Zetsu''': There he goes again, puking stuff up and just being creepy and gross.

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-->'''Zetsu''': -->'''Zetsu:''' There he goes again, puking stuff up and just being creepy and gross.












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** While not having an actual sheath, Qui-Gon Jinn in ''[[Film/ThePhantomMenace Star Wars: The Phantom Menace]]'' ignites his Lightsaber before it's fully left his belt, making it look like he's 'drawing' the energy blade. He does the same thing when 'sheathing' it.

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** While not having an actual sheath, Qui-Gon Jinn in ''[[Film/ThePhantomMenace Star Wars: The Phantom Menace]]'' ignites his Lightsaber before it's fully left his belt, making it look like he's 'drawing' "drawing" the energy blade. He does the same thing when 'sheathing' "sheathing" it.






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-->So he had us out behind the mess, practising, and and how the adjutant didn't decapitate himself remains a mystery. Even the Colonel had to admit, reluctantly, that to have all his officers minus their right ears would present an unbalanced appearance, so the idea was shelved.

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-->So -->''So he had us out behind the mess, practising, practicing, and and how the adjutant didn't decapitate himself remains a mystery. Even the Colonel had to admit, reluctantly, that to have all his officers minus their right ears would present an unbalanced appearance, so the idea was shelved.''






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* Link has one of these in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''; two slashes before him, then three spins to the side before sheathing the sword on his back. He does it in the cutscenes after six of the eight dungeon bosses (and two minibosses), but he'll also do it if the player manually resheathes immediately after clearing an area of enemies. It also appears as one of Link's taunts in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess'':
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Link has one of these in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''; performs two slashes before him, then three spins to the side before sheathing the sword on his back. He does it in the cutscenes cut scenes after six of the eight dungeon bosses (and two minibosses), but he'll also do it if the player manually resheathes immediately after clearing an area of enemies. It also appears as one of Link's taunts in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''.



* Vergil and Dante of ''Franchise/DevilMayCry'' sheathe the Yamato in odd ways after performing its aerial attack. After performing his aerial rave move, Vergil moves the sword and its sheath behind him at hip level, sheathing the sword behind his back horizontally, the same form was used by Dante in homage to his brother once acquiring Yamato. [[HalfHumanHybrid Naturally]], they're able to do this with flawless precision in less than half a second.
** Vergil, the weapon's original owner, also has variants of his sheathing technique in holding the sheathe behind him, moves the sword over his head and drops it directly down into the sheath after decimating a Hell Abyss ambush. He also sheathes Yamato in the same way as he does with his aerial rave technique - behind him at hip-level - after confronting Beowulf.
** Vergil does the same behind-the-back sheathing in his ''Ultimate VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' victory animation.

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* Vergil and Dante of ''Franchise/DevilMayCry'' sheathe the Yamato in odd ways after performing its aerial attack. After performing his aerial rave move, Vergil moves the sword and its sheath behind him at hip level, sheathing the sword behind his back horizontally, the same form was used by Dante in homage to his brother once acquiring Yamato. [[HalfHumanHybrid Naturally]], they're able to do this with flawless precision in less than half a second.
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second. Vergil, the weapon's original owner, also has variants of his sheathing technique in holding the sheathe behind him, moves the sword over his head and drops it directly down into the sheath after decimating a Hell Abyss ambush. He also sheathes Yamato in the same way as he does with his aerial rave technique - -- behind him at hip-level - -- after confronting Beowulf.
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Beowulf. Vergil does the same behind-the-back sheathing in his ''Ultimate VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3'' victory animation.



* Keiji Maeda from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', whose {{BFS}} sheath descends from the heavens and lands perfectly over the blade after the end of each battle (with the implications that he threw it away at the beginning and can summon it back at will).

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Keiji Maeda from ''VideoGame/SengokuBasara'', Maeda, whose {{BFS}} sheath descends from the heavens and lands perfectly over the blade after the end of each battle (with the implications that he threw it away at the beginning and can summon it back at will).






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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'': With his introduction in the first episode of Season 2, Remington Smith shows off his skills by sending his Shushu sword twirling in the air before landing straight in its sheath.



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* According to Samurai experts, female samurai and ninjas in old Japan exploited a [[ChastityDagger very natural place]] to hide a Weapon of Last Resort, usually a long knife - in a suitably shaped sheath, naturally. Given the difficulty of extracting it whilst wearing the required layers of formal clothing and kimonos, the circumstances in which this dagger could be employed would be limited - and possibly very effective.

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* According to Samurai experts, female samurai and ninjas in old Japan exploited a [[ChastityDagger very natural place]] to hide a Weapon of Last Resort, usually a long knife - -- in a suitably shaped sheath, naturally. Given the difficulty of extracting it whilst wearing the required layers of formal clothing and kimonos, the circumstances in which this dagger could be employed would be limited - -- and possibly very effective.



12th Sep '17 9:40:22 PM KZN02
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* ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'': In the GBA games, the Hero classes sheathe their weapon into their shield while in midair. Their critical hit animation has them throwing their shield in the air before jumping after it, unsheathing their weapon, and hitting their opponent.
10th Sep '17 10:08:09 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'': One of Lloyd Irving's {{Victory Pose}}s is to ''throw his blades spinning up into the air'' which both land perfectly into their sheaths without him even moving them. It's somewhat justified, however, by the fact that Lloyd Irving is empowered by an [[MacGuffin Exsphere]], which gives him superhuman strength and reflexes... and, by virtue of being the protagonist, he has the most powerful one among his allies.
* Link has one of these in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''. Mostly it just involves lots of random spinning until he gets around to putting it back in. He always does it in cutscenes, but he'll also do it if the player manually resheathes immediately after clearing an area of enemies. It also appears as one of Link's taunts in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''.

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* ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'': One of Lloyd Irving's {{Victory Pose}}s is to ''throw his blades spinning up throw a sword into the air'' which both land perfectly into their sheaths without him even moving them. It's somewhat justified, however, by air, sheath the fact that Lloyd Irving is empowered by an [[MacGuffin Exsphere]], which gives him superhuman strength other with a spin, and reflexes... and, by virtue of being then catch the protagonist, he has first one and sheathe it the most powerful one among his allies.
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* Link has one of these in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''. Mostly it just involves lots of random spinning until he gets around ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTwilightPrincess''; two slashes before him, then three spins to putting it back in. the side before sheathing the sword on his back. He always does it in cutscenes, the cutscenes after six of the eight dungeon bosses (and two minibosses), but he'll also do it if the player manually resheathes immediately after clearing an area of enemies. It also appears as one of Link's taunts in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Brawl]]''.
4th Jul '17 3:20:17 AM foxley
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Thriller}}'', the assassin Scabbard got his name because he carried his sword in a sheath that was mounted beneath the skin over his spine.

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20th Jun '17 6:02:49 PM Tractical_Chunder
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15th Jun '17 10:35:02 AM CynicalBastardo
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* Witchers in ''Franchise/TheWitcher'' wear their swords across the back and it's stated that witchers are the only ones who really do so. In the games, they wear both swords with the hilt over the right shoulder, except in the first game, where they're crossed.
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