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* Pumbaa the Warthog in Disney's ''Disney/TheLionKing'' (and the ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' series) goes into an Unstoppable Rage [[FoeTossingCharge charge]] whenever someone calls him a pig.
--> '''Pumbaa:''' [[TheyCallMeMisterTibbs They call me...]] '''''[[ShoutOut MISTER PIIIIIIIG!!!]]'''''

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* ''Disney/TheLionKing'':
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Pumbaa the Warthog in Disney's ''Disney/TheLionKing'' the film (and the ''WesternAnimation/TimonAndPumbaa'' series) goes into an Unstoppable Rage [[FoeTossingCharge charge]] whenever someone calls him a pig.
--> '''Pumbaa:''' --->'''Pumbaa:''' [[TheyCallMeMisterTibbs They call me...]] '''''[[ShoutOut MISTER PIIIIIIIG!!!]]'''''



--> '''''MURDERER!!'''''

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--> --->'''Simba:''' '''''MURDERER!!'''''



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* Complains Of Names from ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'', a barbarian, after [[spoiler: Chief's torture and death]] at the hands of Kore. Kore ticked off the bull and now he's getting the horns!
* [[http://ea.snafu-comics.com/index.php?comic_id=24 Red]] of ''Webcomic/EverAfter.'' It might just have something to do with the BigBad [[MindRape mind raping]] her all the time.
* Lemmy from ''Webcomic/{{Fanboys}}'' has one whenever [[BerserkButton someone calls Nintendo "kiddy" around him]]. Complete with white ''GlowingEyesOfDoom''.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', the BigBad is invincible... until he makes Grace angry, [[spoiler: at which point she proceeds to kick his butt without much trouble at all]].
* Fighter from ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'' is highly protective of Black Mage, whom he thinks as his best friend, despite the fact that Black Mage [[VitriolicBestBuds hates Fighter and has tried to kill him since they first met]]. [[spoiler: When Black Mage is [[BerserkButton killed by Lich]], Fighter, after a PleaseWakeUp moment goes into a screaming rage which he unleashes upon Lich]].
** Also Berserker, a normally cultured and eloquent dwarf who goes into a terrible (and monosyllabic) rage when he takes his monocle off.
* Roger Pepitone of ''Webcomic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell'' is normally a serene and friendly CloudCuckooLander, but when pushed too far, [[http://www.crfh.net/d/20040219.html this]] is the result.
* Even ''Webcomic/GeneCatlow'', who is normally calm and collected at times, succumbs to this... [[BerserkButton especially when his lady love is hurt]]. [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120627.html Heaven]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120629.html help]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120702.html you]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120704.html if]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120706.html Catswhisker doesn't]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120709.html stop]] '''''[[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120711.html him]]''''' ''first''.
* An ever-present and incredibly dangerous trope in the Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}}. See, for example [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20001015.html Joyce]] and [[http://www.shortpacked.com/2007/comic/book-4/08-the-gospel-of-faz/confidence/ Amber]]. [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030721.html Walky]] is by far the scariest example, though.
* In ''FunnyFarm'', ASCII goes into one when his slot machine "girlfriend" gets shot. He accompanies his rampage by saying leet versions of "delete", "format", and "defragment".
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** After [[spoiler: Xykon shatters his sword]], Roy knocks his head off, and throws him into [[spoiler: Dorukan's Gate, destroying his physical form. He comes back though.]]
--->[[spoiler:'''''"YOU! BROKE! MY! SWORD!"''''']]
** [[EvilCounterpart Thog]] [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0796.html rages]].
---> '''[[spoiler:TALKY-MAN BROKE THOG'S TUSK!]]'''
* In ''HookieDookiePanic'', Adda pulls a few of these, the biggest being [[spoiler: when she loses a Dance Dance Revolution tournament due to a fight going on, and she proceeds to go into a psychotic rampage and kill those responsible for the fight.]]
* Few days ago, in ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'', Mr. Blank had his moment of Unstoppable Rage against Mr. Black, at least in the beginning. The funny (or creepy) thing is, the audience could already sense the doom months ago.
* Averted in ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance''. Torg appears to go into one of these after Horribus [[spoiler:kills Alt-Zoe]], but, in a rare moment of rationality, he realizes saving the world is more important than a grudge match, and runs away instead.
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has this for its Sparks. When they get in the Mad Mood, they unleash all their most devastating gadgetry and can throw around clanks single-handedly. However, it is said that this is also the reason for most lower level sparks' deaths. They get in a rage without the ability or sense to keep themselves from dying.
** Tarvek flies into one of these while fighting [[spoiler: Zola]], [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20110117 beating her to the point]] where she tries to surrender - only Tarvek isn't listening to silly notions like that.
** Agatha goes [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070117 full tilt]] [[spoiler:after Lars is killed]]. Thank goodness for Sparky pies.
* Dr. Jean Poule in ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' can go from adorable GirlNextDoor innocence to [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20060926.html blind fury]] without too much trouble. This rarely manifests as physical violence, as the mere force of her yelling is usually enough to produce results (i.e., Bob: "Wow! Thanks, Jean! You're swell at yelling at people!" Jean: "Well, the secret is to ''enjoy'' it...") but it has gotten her into [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20061230.html fights upon occasion.]]
* In ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'', [[spoiler:Buwaro was born with ''permanent'' Unstoppable Rage. The only reason he's so happy-go-lucky is because his star pendant keeps the rage in check.]]
* Kedamono from ''Webcomic/ThePrideOfLife'' in episode six.
* Aradia Megido of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' was first introduced as a [[TheEeyore depressingly]] EmotionlessGirl [[spoiler: because she's a ghost]], but later on [[spoiler: when she gains a new robot body]] she becomes capable of showing one in particular. '''[[ExtremeMeleeRevenge Rage.]]'''
** Karkat Vantas walks around in a state of perpetual ire and will verbally tear into anyone with little provocation, so it's kind of a subversion that he doesn't do this.
** [[spoiler: Gamzee Makara's [[CharacterClassSystem title]] is the Bard of Rage. From all accounts, it manifests as him being nigh-unstoppable when he gets going - he is said to have dealt the most damage to the [[FinalBoss Black King]] with just one strike, and that was [[TheStoner when he was high]]. [[AxCrazy When]] [[OmnicidalManiac he's]] [[NoMedicationForMe sober]], this trope is more or less his default state. To wit: [[http://mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005350 what he did to Nepeta]]...]]
*** [[spoiler:Eventually however, Gamzee's rage is stopped by Karkat via a CooldownHug.]]
** Rose enters one after learning [[spoiler:that Bec Noir had killed her mother.]] Seeking revenge, she well and truly loses it when [[spoiler:he kills John at the very beginning of the battle, prompting her to destroy a large percentage of the battlefield in an attempt to kill Bec Noir. This being Homestuck, Rose's attempt is in vain and she eventually gets killed (and to add to insult, she did [[TheWorfEffect no damage to Bec Noir.]])]]
** Bec Noir goes into this after [[spoiler:Jade dies again]], and slaughters most of the Trolls' Dream Selves in their session.
** John Egbert, despite his usual calm personality, get into that state two times:
*** After he was already enraged by Davesprite, being more of a jerk, than usual, he meets Jack Noir and proceeds to beat him so furiously, that he resorts to blocking flurry of attacks, unable to fight back. Jack has to bind him with tentacles, just to get a chance to hit back. And even this didn't work. Just in one hit John manages to harm him nearly as much as Rose through the entire fight [[spoiler:and cause tremendous damage to his reputation in PM's eyes.]].
*** His second meeting with [[spoiler:Caliborn]] he unleashes all hatred, built trough their previous encounters. At first [[spoiler:Caliborn]] putting up a good fight, but soon enough ends up on the floor, reseiving one punch to the face after another. Only thing, that stops John, is [[spoiler:his abrupt teleportation out of the fight]], by which point [[spoiler:Caliborn]] lies on the ground, looking borderline traumatized.
** After Slick [[spoiler:breaks God-Tier clock]], Doc Scratch finally gets fed up with his behaviour, and proceeds to beat him into a pulp (with a teach-yourself programming book,nonetheless) and punch him through the wall, sending him fall a several stories to the ground.
* In ''Webcomic/GoldCoinComics'' there is something called [[http://www.goldcoincomics.com/?id=128 Berserk Mode]], when a character flies into an uncontrollable rage.
* In ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup'', this is practically a defining characteristic of the Bloodrage Tribe. [[http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/224 This is why you don't want to be on the receiving end.]]
** [[http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/106 Rejoice. For very bad things are about to happen.]]
* In ''Webcomic/{{Endstone}}'', [[http://endstone.net/2010/01/04/issue-3-webpage-6/ Kyri deliberately triggers this in Cole, so she won't realize she's exhausting her power.]]
* It takes a lot to make Byron from ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'' go into berserker rage, but when he does [[http://guildedage.net/webcomic/chapter-8/chapter-8-page-20/ he doesn't take half-measures.]]
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-07-03 Fuchsia sometimes gets so angry at everything.]]
* ''WebComic/DragonBallMultiverse'': [[spoiler: As implied by the title, Zangya is on the receiving side on one from Son Bra. All it took was one air pressure attack, and Zangya was already dead.]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Visseria}}'': Alchione gets [[http://visseria.net/?comic=00121-a-straight-line pushed a little too far]] by one particular criminal.
* Tessa in chapter 2 of ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain'', [[spoiler:burning out all her magical power]] in the process.
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* Complains Of Names from ''Webcomic/{{Goblins}}'', a barbarian, after [[spoiler: Chief's torture and death]] at the hands of Kore. Kore ticked off the bull and now he's getting the horns!
* [[http://ea.snafu-comics.com/index.php?comic_id=24 Red]] of ''Webcomic/EverAfter.'' It might just have something to do with the BigBad [[MindRape mind raping]] her all the time.
* Lemmy from ''Webcomic/{{Fanboys}}'' has one whenever [[BerserkButton someone calls Nintendo "kiddy" around him]]. Complete with white ''GlowingEyesOfDoom''.
* In ''Webcomic/ElGoonishShive'', the BigBad is invincible... until he makes Grace angry, [[spoiler: at which point she proceeds to kick his butt without much trouble at all]].
* Fighter from ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'' is highly protective of Black Mage, whom he thinks as his best friend, despite the fact that Black Mage [[VitriolicBestBuds hates Fighter and has tried to kill him since they first met]]. [[spoiler: When Black Mage is [[BerserkButton killed by Lich]], Fighter, after a PleaseWakeUp moment goes into a screaming rage which he unleashes upon Lich]].
** Also Berserker, a normally cultured and eloquent dwarf who goes into a terrible (and monosyllabic) rage when he takes his monocle off.
* Roger Pepitone of ''Webcomic/CollegeRoomiesFromHell'' is normally a serene and friendly CloudCuckooLander, but when pushed too far, [[http://www.crfh.net/d/20040219.html this]] is the result.
* Even ''Webcomic/GeneCatlow'', who is normally calm and collected at times, succumbs to this... [[BerserkButton especially when his lady love is hurt]]. [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120627.html Heaven]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120629.html help]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120702.html you]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120704.html if]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120706.html Catswhisker doesn't]] [[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120709.html stop]] '''''[[http://genecatlow.keenspot.com/d/20120711.html him]]''''' ''first''.
* An ever-present and incredibly dangerous trope in the Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}}. See, for example [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20001015.html Joyce]] and [[http://www.shortpacked.com/2007/comic/book-4/08-the-gospel-of-faz/confidence/ Amber]]. [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030721.html Walky]] is by far the scariest example, though.
* In ''FunnyFarm'', ASCII goes into one when his slot machine "girlfriend" gets shot. He accompanies his rampage by saying leet versions of "delete", "format", and "defragment".
* In ''Webcomic/TheOrderOfTheStick'':
** After [[spoiler: Xykon shatters his sword]], Roy knocks his head off, and throws him into [[spoiler: Dorukan's Gate, destroying his physical form. He comes back though.]]
--->[[spoiler:'''''"YOU! BROKE! MY! SWORD!"''''']]
** [[EvilCounterpart Thog]] [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0796.html rages]].
---> '''[[spoiler:TALKY-MAN BROKE THOG'S TUSK!]]'''
* In ''HookieDookiePanic'', Adda pulls a few of these, the biggest being [[spoiler: when she loses a Dance Dance Revolution tournament due to a fight going on, and she proceeds to go into a psychotic rampage and kill those responsible for the fight.]]
* Few days ago, in ''Webcomic/SamAndFuzzy'', Mr. Blank had his moment of Unstoppable Rage against Mr. Black, at least in the beginning. The funny (or creepy) thing is, the audience could already sense the doom months ago.
* Averted in ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance''. Torg appears to go into one of these after Horribus [[spoiler:kills Alt-Zoe]], but, in a rare moment of rationality, he realizes saving the world is more important than a grudge match, and runs away instead.
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has this for its Sparks. When they get in the Mad Mood, they unleash all their most devastating gadgetry and can throw around clanks single-handedly. However, it is said that this is also the reason for most lower level sparks' deaths. They get in a rage without the ability or sense to keep themselves from dying.
** Tarvek flies into one of these while fighting [[spoiler: Zola]], [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20110117 beating her to the point]] where she tries to surrender - only Tarvek isn't listening to silly notions like that.
** Agatha goes [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20070117 full tilt]] [[spoiler:after Lars is killed]]. Thank goodness for Sparky pies.
* Dr. Jean Poule in ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'' can go from adorable GirlNextDoor innocence to [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20060926.html blind fury]] without too much trouble. This rarely manifests as physical violence, as the mere force of her yelling is usually enough to produce results (i.e., Bob: "Wow! Thanks, Jean! You're swell at yelling at people!" Jean: "Well, the secret is to ''enjoy'' it...") but it has gotten her into [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20061230.html fights upon occasion.]]
* In ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'', [[spoiler:Buwaro was born with ''permanent'' Unstoppable Rage. The only reason he's so happy-go-lucky is because his star pendant keeps the rage in check.]]
* Kedamono from ''Webcomic/ThePrideOfLife'' in episode six.
* Aradia Megido of ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' was first introduced as a [[TheEeyore depressingly]] EmotionlessGirl [[spoiler: because she's a ghost]], but later on [[spoiler: when she gains a new robot body]] she becomes capable of showing one in particular. '''[[ExtremeMeleeRevenge Rage.]]'''
** Karkat Vantas walks around in a state of perpetual ire and will verbally tear into anyone with little provocation, so it's kind of a subversion that he doesn't do this.
** [[spoiler: Gamzee Makara's [[CharacterClassSystem title]] is the Bard of Rage. From all accounts, it manifests as him being nigh-unstoppable when he gets going - he is said to have dealt the most damage to the [[FinalBoss Black King]] with just one strike, and that was [[TheStoner when he was high]]. [[AxCrazy When]] [[OmnicidalManiac he's]] [[NoMedicationForMe sober]], this trope is more or less his default state. To wit: [[http://mspaintadventures.com/scratch.php?s=6&p=005350 what he did to Nepeta]]...]]
*** [[spoiler:Eventually however, Gamzee's rage is stopped by Karkat via a CooldownHug.]]
** Rose enters one after learning [[spoiler:that Bec Noir had killed her mother.]] Seeking revenge, she well and truly loses it when [[spoiler:he kills John at the very beginning of the battle, prompting her to destroy a large percentage of the battlefield in an attempt to kill Bec Noir. This being Homestuck, Rose's attempt is in vain and she eventually gets killed (and to add to insult, she did [[TheWorfEffect no damage to Bec Noir.]])]]
** Bec Noir goes into this after [[spoiler:Jade dies again]], and slaughters most of the Trolls' Dream Selves in their session.
** John Egbert, despite his usual calm personality, get into that state two times:
*** After he was already enraged by Davesprite, being more of a jerk, than usual, he meets Jack Noir and proceeds to beat him so furiously, that he resorts to blocking flurry of attacks, unable to fight back. Jack has to bind him with tentacles, just to get a chance to hit back. And even this didn't work. Just in one hit John manages to harm him nearly as much as Rose through the entire fight [[spoiler:and cause tremendous damage to his reputation in PM's eyes.]].
*** His second meeting with [[spoiler:Caliborn]] he unleashes all hatred, built trough their previous encounters. At first [[spoiler:Caliborn]] putting up a good fight, but soon enough ends up on the floor, reseiving one punch to the face after another. Only thing, that stops John, is [[spoiler:his abrupt teleportation out of the fight]], by which point [[spoiler:Caliborn]] lies on the ground, looking borderline traumatized.
** After Slick [[spoiler:breaks God-Tier clock]], Doc Scratch finally gets fed up with his behaviour, and proceeds to beat him into a pulp (with a teach-yourself programming book,nonetheless) and punch him through the wall, sending him fall a several stories to the ground.
* In ''Webcomic/GoldCoinComics'' there is something called [[http://www.goldcoincomics.com/?id=128 Berserk Mode]], when a character flies into an uncontrollable rage.
* In ''Webcomic/LookingForGroup'', this is practically a defining characteristic of the Bloodrage Tribe. [[http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/224 This is why you don't want to be on the receiving end.]]
** [[http://www.lfgcomic.com/page/106 Rejoice. For very bad things are about to happen.]]
* In ''Webcomic/{{Endstone}}'', [[http://endstone.net/2010/01/04/issue-3-webpage-6/ Kyri deliberately triggers this in Cole, so she won't realize she's exhausting her power.]]
* It takes a lot to make Byron from ''Webcomic/GuildedAge'' go into berserker rage, but when he does [[http://guildedage.net/webcomic/chapter-8/chapter-8-page-20/ he doesn't take half-measures.]]
* In ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}'', [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-07-03 Fuchsia sometimes gets so angry at everything.]]
* ''WebComic/DragonBallMultiverse'': [[spoiler: As implied by the title, Zangya is on the receiving side on one from Son Bra. All it took was one air pressure attack, and Zangya was already dead.]]
* ''Webcomic/{{Visseria}}'': Alchione gets [[http://visseria.net/?comic=00121-a-straight-line pushed a little too far]] by one particular criminal.
* Tessa in chapter 2 of ''Webcomic/SleeplessDomain'', [[spoiler:burning out all her magical power]] in the process.
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1st Apr '18 6:38:27 PM marciabradypink78
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** Also subverted as Ursula the Sea Witch becomes angry (after what Ariel did to Flotsam and Jetsam), causing the evil hag to grow into a 50-foot giant (while wearing King Triton's crown and using King Triton's trident to wipe the mermaid out).
16th Mar '18 3:18:00 PM infernape612
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* Bull elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage. There is a reason Elephants are ranked as number one on ''The Most Extreme: Hissy Fits;'' even over ''Grizzly Bears'' and '''Africanized Honeybees!'''
* And then there's the kind of groupthink-inspired unreasoning hate and rage that only the most vicious, ruthless, and destructive species on Earth is capable of. [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters Man]]. The festering anger of an entire society feeding back on eachother with dehumanizing propaganda and echo chambers provoked by anything from an attack on their soil to simply losing a sporting event or a single human being lost or killed. The resulting frenzies have left cities in ruins, entire forests laid waste in a singleminded hunt for any animal that dared attack on of them, and even vast swaths of continents turned into a grinding battlefield and nations left in ruin. Anyone who starts to calm down is simply roused back up again by the constant clamor or ostracized and silenced. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowd_psychology Just look at what we can do]] [[ThePowerOfFriendship when we work together]].

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* Bull elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage. There is a reason Elephants are ranked as number one on ''The Most Extreme: Hissy Fits;'' even over ''Grizzly Bears'' and '''Africanized Honeybees!'''
* And then there's the kind of groupthink-inspired unreasoning hate and rage that only the most vicious, ruthless, and destructive species on Earth is capable of. [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters Man]]. The festering anger of an entire society feeding back on eachother each other with dehumanizing propaganda and echo chambers provoked by anything from an attack on their soil to simply losing a sporting event or a single human being lost or killed. The resulting frenzies have left cities in ruins, entire forests laid waste in a singleminded hunt for any animal that dared attack on of them, and even vast swaths of continents turned into a grinding battlefield and nations left in ruin. Anyone who starts to calm down is simply roused back up again by the constant clamor or ostracized and silenced. [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crowd_psychology Just look at what we can do]] [[ThePowerOfFriendship when we work together]].
26th Feb '18 1:02:05 AM darkemyst
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* When [[BigBad Flint]] [[spoiler:kills Ruby]] in ''WebAnimation/BunnyKill 4'', Snowball proceeds to flip out in a manner that can only be described as [[Anime/DragonBallZ Super Saiyan]] meets [[VideoGame/CaveStory frenzied Mimiga]].
** And in ''5'', [[spoiler:Dust]] does Snowball one better after [[spoiler:killing him under the influence of the PsychoSerum that Smoke had injected into him]] by [[spoiler:completely devastating Smoke's army of mooks, wrecking his helicopter gunship as he tries to get away and then sending the bastard right through its rotor blades]].
* Flippy of ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' goes into this whenever anyone does something that reminds him of the war he fought in. Subverted in "Remains To Be Seen", "Class Act", "Autopsy Turvy", and "By The Seat Of Your Pants" when he is killed while in his flipped-out state. Taken UpToEleven in "A Vicious Cycle" where his rampage continues even ''after'' his death.
* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', the Emperor is prone to do this when he hears about something particularly [[BerserkButton wrath-inspiring]] about the Empire, such us the Inquisition, senseless waste of resources or Traitor Legions. As he's immobile, this mostly manifests by him spawning [[NegativeSpaceWedgie warp storms]].
** This went to the [[PapaWolf logical extreme]] when he found out that the Inquisition had killed off nearly all of the Senseis, his biological children, wile the others had gone into hiding and are now nearly impossible to find.
* ''WebAnimation/MysterySkullsAnimated'': When Lewis stops his rampage and seems to be connecting with Vivi Arthur (understandably) takes the opportunity to grab Vivi and run, Lewis and Vivi lose their moment to reconcile, breaking Lewis' heart (literally). As a result, Lewis becomes enraged and [[StuffBlowingUp cuts loose with his power]].
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Do not touch Yang's hair.
** Outside of trailers, the first time we see this is in the Emerald Forest where Yang nearly blows up an Ursa.
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* In ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', the Emperor is prone to do this when he hears about something particularly [[BerserkButton wrath-inspiring]] about the Empire, such us the Inquisition, senseless waste of resources or Traitor Legions. As he's immobile, this mostly manifests by him spawning [[NegativeSpaceWedgie warp storms]].
** This went to the [[PapaWolf logical extreme]] when he found out that the Inquisition had killed off nearly all of the Senseis, his biological children, wile the others had gone into hiding and are now nearly impossible to find.



* When [[BigBad Flint]] [[spoiler:kills Ruby]] in ''WebAnimation/BunnyKill 4'', Snowball proceeds to flip out in a manner that can only be described as [[Anime/DragonBallZ Super Saiyan]] meets [[VideoGame/CaveStory frenzied Mimiga]].
** And in ''5'', [[spoiler:Dust]] does Snowball one better after [[spoiler:killing him under the influence of the PsychoSerum that Smoke had injected into him]] by [[spoiler:completely devastating Smoke's army of mooks, wrecking his helicopter gunship as he tries to get away and then sending the bastard right through its rotor blades]].



* Flippy of ''WebAnimation/HappyTreeFriends'' goes into this whenever anyone does something that reminds him of the war he fought in. Subverted in "Remains To Be Seen", "Class Act", "Autopsy Turvy", and "By The Seat Of Your Pants" when he is killed while in his flipped-out state. Taken UpToEleven in "A Vicious Cycle" where his rampage continues even ''after'' his death.
* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': Do not touch Yang's hair.
** Outside of trailers, the first time we see this is in the Emerald Forest where Yang nearly blows up an Ursa.
25th Feb '18 10:37:07 AM MarqFJA
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* Played with in the common Honeybee, which will pursue and sting all threats to the hive literally unto their deaths; the curved nature of their stings makes sure they should they attempt to fly free, their insides will be pulled out in the process. Hornets play this trope straighter as they, with a straight sting, do ''not'' possess this problem, and will ''repeatedly'' sting threats to their hives until it is dead or driven off.
* Defied with the poor animals killed in Bull fights, which are by nature peaceful herbivores, and have to be goaded into anger with multiple stabs of the dagger moments before they are sent to their deaths at the blades of the Matador in the arena.
* Bull Elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage. There is a reason Elephants are ranked as number one on ''The Most Extreme: Hissy Fits;'' even over ''Grizzly Bears'' and '''Africanized Honeybees!'''

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* Played with in the common Honeybee, which honeybee: although they will pursue and sting all threats to the hive hive, they literally do so unto their deaths; deaths only in the case of mammals, as the curved and barbed nature of their stings makes sure they causes them to get lodged in a mammal's skin, and thus should they attempt to fly free, their insides will be pulled out in the process. Hornets play this trope straighter as they, with a straight and smooth sting, do ''not'' possess this problem, and will ''repeatedly'' sting threats any mammal that poses a threat to their hives until it is either dead or driven off.
* Defied with the poor animals killed in Bull bull fights, which are by nature peaceful herbivores, and have to be goaded into anger with multiple stabs of the dagger moments before they are sent to their deaths at the blades of the Matador in the arena.
* Bull Elephants elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage. There is a reason Elephants are ranked as number one on ''The Most Extreme: Hissy Fits;'' even over ''Grizzly Bears'' and '''Africanized Honeybees!'''
23rd Feb '18 2:26:10 PM igordebraga
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* PlayedForLaughs in the short film ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbGw_cWgr5U The Saw]]'' (by Creator/RoosterTeeth collaborator Samantha Ireland), where a woman attending a anger management group decides to use her fury to become a "vigilante".

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* PlayedForLaughs in the short film ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbGw_cWgr5U The Saw]]'' (by Creator/RoosterTeeth collaborator Samantha Ireland), where a woman attending a anger management group decides to use her fury to become a "vigilante"."heroine", The Saw (shortened from the original [[FunWithAcronyms Super Angry Woman]]).
22nd Feb '18 9:12:19 PM igordebraga
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* Wolverine/Logan flies into at least one of these in almost every ''X-Men'' film he's in.

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* Wolverine/Logan flies into at least one of these in almost every ''X-Men'' ''Film/XMen'' film he's in. And since it's genetic, his daughter-clone Laura/X-23 has a few in ''Film/{{Logan}}''.




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* PlayedForLaughs in the short film ''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbGw_cWgr5U The Saw]]'' (by Creator/RoosterTeeth collaborator Samantha Ireland), where a woman attending a anger management group decides to use her fury to become a "vigilante".
-->My uncontrollable rage will make this world a better place!
26th Jan '18 12:25:51 AM Cryoclaste
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* ''TheBlindSide'': Michael, normally a GentleGiant, gets his BerserkButton hit and hulks out when [[spoiler: a drug dealer [[WhereDaWhiteWomenAt makes sexual comments]] about Leigh Anne and Collins]].

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* ''TheBlindSide'': ''Film/TheBlindSide'': Michael, normally a GentleGiant, gets his BerserkButton hit and hulks out when [[spoiler: a drug dealer [[WhereDaWhiteWomenAt makes sexual comments]] about Leigh Anne and Collins]].
24th Jan '18 1:42:06 PM ironballs16
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* Subversion: In ''Film/MysteryMen'', Creator/BenStiller's character Mr. Furious was a superhero seemingly built around Unstoppable Rage -- except that when he raged, he wasn't much less stoppable than a "normal" adrenaline-fueled angry person. He didn't become substantially stronger, tougher or faster, which wasn't very useful. During the final battle, however, [[spoiler: his rage apparently gave him enough momentum to overcome the BigBad. In fact, it is implied that his "rage" had really been an act until that point.]]

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* Subversion: In ''Film/MysteryMen'', Creator/BenStiller's character Mr. Furious was a superhero seemingly built around Unstoppable Rage -- except that when he raged, he wasn't much less stoppable than a "normal" adrenaline-fueled angry person. He didn't become substantially stronger, tougher or faster, which wasn't very useful. During the final battle, however, [[spoiler: his rage apparently gave him enough momentum to overcome the BigBad. In fact, it is implied that his "rage" had really been an act until that point.BigBad, as the other instances were him trying to invoke this trope, and failing miserably.]]
23rd Jan '18 8:51:56 PM SpocktorWho
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** Kylo goes completely berserk in ''Film/TheLastJedi'' when [[spoiler:Luke shows up at Crait]]. He manages to stay calm for a few seconds, long enough to give the order to attack, but quickly loses it and starts screaming maniacally for MoreDakka, much to Hux's bemusement. He has a similar reaction a little earlier when the ''Millennium Falcon'' appears, although his rage is still nowhere near as violent as that sparked by [[spoiler:his former mentor]].
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