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7th May '17 4:50:39 PM zarpaulus
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* In ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'', the Teraport starts out as an experimental FTL drive, it's later realized that it can also be used as a teleporter to quickly move infantry around, and eventually, there comes the Terapedo, a torpedo that teraports itself inside an enemy ship. By now, the Teraport has revolutionized warfare: Anyone who loses their TAD [[TeleportInterdiction (Teraport Area Denial)]] has essentially lost the battle.

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* In ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'', the Teraport starts out as an experimental FTL drive, it's later realized that it can also be used as a teleporter to quickly move infantry around, and eventually, there comes the Terapedo, [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2002-03-07 Terapedo]], a torpedo that teraports itself inside an enemy ship. By now, the Teraport has revolutionized warfare: Anyone who loses their TAD [[TeleportInterdiction (Teraport Area Denial)]] has essentially lost the battle.
29th Mar '17 10:46:13 AM nighttrainfm
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* Used defensively in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Parting of the Ways" against the Daleks, by teleporting them to an undisclosed location (likely back to their own ship) to slow down their invasion progress. It didn't help much.

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* Used defensively in the ''Series/DoctorWho'' episode "The Parting of the Ways" against the Daleks, by teleporting them to an undisclosed location (likely back to their own ship) to slow down their invasion progress. It didn't help much.''Series/DoctorWho'':


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** Used defensively in "The Parting of the Ways" against the Daleks, by teleporting them to an undisclosed location (likely back to their own ship) to slow down their invasion progress. It didn't help much.
19th Mar '17 5:40:49 PM Doug86
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* Eldar Distort weapons in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40k}}'' work along similar principles -- with the caveat that (given [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the nature of hyperspace]] in this setting) they're effectively teleporting targets ''directly to hell''. The Ork's Shokk Attack Gun can function like this if (when) something goes wrong; it's ''supposed'' to teleport grots (space goblins) into enemies, but has a nasty habit of sucking the target and/or user up in a Distort explosion. Their Tellyport Blasta causes TeleFrag or relocates the target several meters in the air.

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* Eldar Distort weapons in ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40k}}'' ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'' work along similar principles -- with the caveat that (given [[HyperspaceIsAScaryPlace the nature of hyperspace]] in this setting) they're effectively teleporting targets ''directly to hell''. The Ork's Shokk Attack Gun can function like this if (when) something goes wrong; it's ''supposed'' to teleport grots (space goblins) into enemies, but has a nasty habit of sucking the target and/or user up in a Distort explosion. Their Tellyport Blasta causes TeleFrag or relocates the target several meters in the air.
28th Jan '17 6:11:22 PM ArbyWorks
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* In ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'', Noctis utilizes warpstriking as his main combat gimmick and uses teleporation regularly to dodge and fly through the air.
23rd Dec '16 11:33:17 AM Michaelos
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* The MegaCrossover "''The Eternity Legion''" has [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Geordi [=LaForge=] ]] doing this to a bunch of [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] that assault the Enterprise, by half-teleporting them (beaming them but pausing the teleportation so the monsters remain on the computer) and using an override to erase the monsters' patters from the memory banks. He even lampshades this:

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* The MegaCrossover "''The Eternity Legion''" has [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Geordi [=LaForge=] ]] doing this to a bunch of [[EldritchAbomination Eldritch Abominations]] that assault the Enterprise, by half-teleporting them (beaming them but pausing the teleportation so the monsters remain on the computer) and using an override to erase the monsters' patters patterns from the memory banks. He even lampshades this:
19th Dec '16 4:34:08 PM WillyFourEyes
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* The Teleportation spell from ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSin'' blinks a target (an item, ally or enemy) some distance away from the caster and into the air, causing damage when they hit the ground.
9th Dec '16 12:35:04 PM StFan
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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'': Any time Nightcrawler used his natural mutant teleportation ability offensively against an enemy in combat.
** Also applies to Magik (ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin) of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''. In one story, both she and Nightcrawler teleported part of Magus away, severely injuring him.
** Blink in the crossover that led to the creation of ''ComicBook/GenerationX.'' She could "blink things apart;" it turned out the nature of this was using unstable portals to PortalCut things.
* Done accidentally by Doctor Manhattan in ''{{ComicBook/Watchmen}}'', when he teleports a television show's studio audience away and some of them die of shock. He also breaks up a riot this way.
** Later done as part of [[spoiler: Ozymandias' plot]], when he teleports a genetically engineered creature into New York which explodes upon arrival.
* ''ComicBook/PS238'': Superpowered bully Charles liked to teleport people he didn't like into the lake.

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* ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'': ''ComicBook/XMen'':
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Any time Nightcrawler used his natural mutant teleportation ability offensively against an enemy in combat.
** Also applies to Magik (ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin) of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}''. (ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin). In one story, both she and Nightcrawler teleported teleport part of Magus away, severely injuring him.
** Blink in the crossover that led to the creation of ''ComicBook/GenerationX.'' ''ComicBook/GenerationX''. She could can "blink things apart;" it turned turns out the nature of this was is using unstable portals to PortalCut things.
* ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'':
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Done accidentally by Doctor Manhattan in ''{{ComicBook/Watchmen}}'', Manhattan, when he teleports a television show's studio audience away and some of them die of shock. He also breaks up a riot this way.
** Later done as part of [[spoiler: Ozymandias' [[spoiler:Ozymandias' plot]], when he teleports a genetically engineered creature into New York which explodes upon arrival.
* ''ComicBook/PS238'': Superpowered bully Charles liked likes to teleport people he didn't don't like into the lake.



* In the crossover story ''FanFic/TheBridge'', a shrunk down [[{{Franchise/Godzilla}} Gigan]] gets into a fight with [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Mane-iac]]. Failing to land a clear shot at her with his other attacks and getting tangled up in her PrehensileHair, Gigan resorts to teleporting them high into the air before separating them. He can fly, she couldn't. [[spoiler: Fall didn't work because Gigan didn't know about ToonPhysics.]] In a later fight he has against Grand King Ghidorah, Gigan flies down, teleports up, and flies down again. By repeating this cycle hundreds of times, he builds up enough momentum to penetrate Ghidorah's hide.

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* In the crossover story ''FanFic/TheBridge'', ''Fanfic/TheBridge'', a shrunk down [[{{Franchise/Godzilla}} Gigan]] gets into a fight with [[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Mane-iac]]. Failing to land a clear shot at her with his other attacks and getting tangled up in her PrehensileHair, Gigan resorts to teleporting them high into the air before separating them. He can fly, she couldn't. [[spoiler: Fall didn't work because Gigan didn't know about ToonPhysics.]] In a later fight he has against Grand King Ghidorah, Gigan flies down, teleports up, and flies down again. By repeating this cycle hundreds of times, he builds up enough momentum to penetrate Ghidorah's hide.



--->'''Enterprise Computer''': No destination set. Please set destination.
--->'''Geordi''': Hell.
--->'''[[DoesNotUnderstandSarcasm Enterprise Computer]]''': Command not understood. Please set destination.
--->'''Geordi''': No destination. Erase all life signs from buffer.

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--->'''Enterprise Computer''': -->'''Enterprise Computer:''' No destination set. Please set destination.
--->'''Geordi''': Hell.
--->'''[[DoesNotUnderstandSarcasm
destination.\\
'''Geordi:''' Hell.\\
'''[[SarcasmBlind
Enterprise Computer]]''': Computer]]:''' Command not understood. Please set destination.
--->'''Geordi''':
destination.\\
'''Geordi:'''
No destination. Erase all life signs from buffer.



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* ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' has this happen towards the end when O'Neill drops the teleporter rings on top of a {{Mook}}, teleporting his head from his body, essentially decapitating him. Later, he uses them to teleport a bomb onto Ra's ship right before it goes off.

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* ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' has this happen towards the end when O'Neill drops the teleporter rings on top of a {{Mook}}, TheDragon, teleporting his head from his body, essentially decapitating him. Later, he uses them to teleport a bomb onto Ra's ship right before it goes off.



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18th Nov '16 8:39:33 AM Morgenthaler
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2nd Nov '16 1:50:20 AM Fireblood
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SubTrope of TeleportersAndTransporters. {{Supertrope}} to TeleportGun and sometimes TeleFrag, if [[InvokedTrope used on purpose rather than accidentally]]. Appropriate examples should go to subtrope pages.

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SubTrope of TeleportersAndTransporters.{{Teleportation}}. {{Supertrope}} to TeleportGun and sometimes TeleFrag, if [[InvokedTrope used on purpose rather than accidentally]]. Appropriate examples should go to subtrope pages.
24th Oct '16 12:13:46 PM FordPrefect
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* ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' has this happen towards the end when O'Neill drops the teleporter rings on top of a {{Mook}}, teleporting his head from his body, essentially decapitating him.

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* ''Film/{{Stargate}}'' has this happen towards the end when O'Neill drops the teleporter rings on top of a {{Mook}}, teleporting his head from his body, essentially decapitating him. Later, he uses them to teleport a bomb onto Ra's ship right before it goes off.
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