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19th Jan '17 6:38:29 PM Blazer
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* In ''VideoGame/DCUniverseOnline'', players who pick up the Light Power Set (re: ComicBook/GreenLantern's power set.) gain a set of claws as one of the player's set of super moves.
18th Nov '16 10:46:33 AM ashlay
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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': The main character's GuardianEntity, Arsène, has metal claws on the ends of each of its fingers it can use for physical attacks.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': The main character's GuardianEntity, Arsène, has metal bird claws on the ends of each of its fingers it can use for physical attacks.
18th Nov '16 10:46:15 AM ashlay
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* Teddie in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''.

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* Teddie in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}''.4}}'' uses a variety of multi-bladed weapons that wrap around his knuckles.
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': The main character's GuardianEntity, Arsène, has metal claws on the ends of each of its fingers it can use for physical attacks.
4th Oct '16 4:56:34 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/FaustLoveOfTheDamned'': As part of his demonic superhero form, John Jaspers has huge blades attached to his hands.
12th Sep '16 10:57:51 PM alnair20aug93
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* Semi-averted by actual wolverines though, as their claws are semi-retractable.
29th Aug '16 12:29:42 PM hullflyer
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Weapons of these type are presumably easier to conceal and use in close quarters, depending on the size and nature of the blades. However, in fights involving larger weapons they would be [[NecessaryDrawback less effective]] considering their limited reach compared to a sword or polearm.

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Weapons of these type are presumably easier to conceal and use in close quarters, depending on the size and nature of the blades. However, in fights involving larger weapons they would be [[NecessaryDrawback less effective]] considering their limited reach compared to a sword or polearm.
polearm. Also, since they usually lack a guard piece (especially when they are retractable), any claw-to-sword type combat really should end with the other blade sliding down into the back of your hand, or under it into the knuckles.
18th Aug '16 12:59:46 PM SecretStrategist
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* Fo from ''VideoGame/BattleArenaToshinden'' sports these, as do his [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute after-death replacements]], Bayhou and Cuiling (Bayhou's [[EvilCounterpart nemesis]]).

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* Fo [[AxCrazy Fo]] [[BadassGrandpa Fai]] from ''VideoGame/BattleArenaToshinden'' sports these, a pair of these as his personal weapon of choice, as do his after-death replacements as well, [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute after-death replacements]], Bayhou Bay]][[ManiacMonkeys hou]] and Cuiling (Bayhou's [[EvilCounterpart nemesis]]).[[TheApprentice Cui]][[RedeemingReplacement ling]].
12th Jun '16 12:05:13 PM contrafanxxx
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** Slash Man (''VideoGame/MegaMan7'') and Neon Tiger (''VideoGame/MegaManX3'')

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** Slash Man (''VideoGame/MegaMan7'') and (''VideoGame/MegaMan7''), Neon Tiger (''VideoGame/MegaManX3'')(''VideoGame/MegaManX3''), and Slash Beast (''VideoGame/MegaManX4'')
26th May '16 7:31:38 PM merotoker
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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS''

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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS''''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''



** Blackbeard was seen with one in a flashback during the Fishman Island Arc. [[spoiler: Also the probable way he scarred Shanks in their fight years ago]].

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** Blackbeard was seen with one in a flashback during the Fishman Island Arc. [[spoiler: Also the probable way he scarred Shanks in their fight years ago]].ago.]]



** During the events of ''[[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan The Other]]'', ComicBook/SpiderMan developed poisonous ''hand stingers'' that he even calls [[LampshadeHanging a case of Logan Envy.]] When Peter protested that spiders don't have stingers, The Other responded that they ''will''... in the ''future''. Even before the CosmicRetcon of ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'', they weren't used much ([[DependingOnTheWriter some writers]] claiming that they only came out around "fellow totemic beings" as a defence mechanism). It's been revealed that Kaine [[spoiler:(the new ComicBook/ScarletSpider)]] has them as well.

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** During the events of ''[[ComicBook/JMSSpiderMan The Other]]'', ComicBook/SpiderMan Franchise/SpiderMan developed poisonous ''hand stingers'' that he even calls [[LampshadeHanging a case of Logan Envy.]] When Peter protested that spiders don't have stingers, The Other responded that they ''will''... in the ''future''. Even before the CosmicRetcon of ''ComicBook/OneMoreDay'', they weren't used much ([[DependingOnTheWriter some writers]] claiming that they only came out around "fellow totemic beings" as a defence mechanism). It's been revealed that Kaine [[spoiler:(the new ComicBook/ScarletSpider)]] has them as well.



** Doctor Strange gains them as surgical implants in the Bullet Points timeline as part of SHIELD's attempt to restore use of his hands (for some reason).

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** Doctor Strange ComicBook/DoctorStrange gains them as surgical implants in the Bullet Points timeline as part of SHIELD's attempt to restore use of his hands (for some reason).



* In ''UndocumentedFeatures'', "Wolverines" are the slang name for cyberclaws of this variety even ''before'' Logan is imported from a parallel Marvel Universe.

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* In ''UndocumentedFeatures'', ''FanFic/UndocumentedFeatures'', "Wolverines" are the slang name for cyberclaws of this variety even ''before'' Logan is imported from a parallel Marvel Universe.



** Wolverine. [[TropeNamer Obviously]]. Both bone and adamantium versions.

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** Wolverine. [[TropeNamer [[TropeNamers Obviously]]. Both bone and adamantium versions.



* In ''Discworld/UnseenAcademicals'', [[spoiler: Mr. Nutt turns out to have these. Seems to be a standard feature for [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Discworld orcs]].]]

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* In ''Discworld/UnseenAcademicals'', [[spoiler: Mr. Nutt turns out to have these. Seems to be a standard feature for [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Discworld orcs]].]]orcs]]]].



* [[Literature/MoreauSeries Nohar Rajasthan]] has large retractable claws in his fingers. This is only natural, as he's an [[PettingZooPeople anthrpomorphic tiger]]

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* [[Literature/MoreauSeries Nohar Rajasthan]] has large retractable claws in his fingers. This is only natural, as he's an [[PettingZooPeople anthrpomorphic tiger]]anthropomorphic tiger]].



* ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' features Leaping Tiger, a martial art so ferocious, claws made out of [[KiAttacks chi]] materialise on the user's hands. That's right, it's [[CrazyAwesome Magic Kung Fu That Temporarily Turns You Into Wolverine]].

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* ''VideoGame/JadeEmpire'' features Leaping Tiger, a martial art so ferocious, claws made out of [[KiAttacks [[KiManipulation chi]] materialise on the user's hands. That's right, it's [[CrazyAwesome Magic Kung Fu That Temporarily Turns You Into Wolverine]].



* In ''[[VideoGame/BatmanSunsoft Batman: Return of the Joker]]'' for the GameBoy, these are wielded by Dark Claw, the first boss.

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* In ''[[VideoGame/BatmanSunsoft Batman: Return of the Joker]]'' for the GameBoy, UsefulNotes/GameBoy, these are wielded by Dark Claw, the first boss.



* Parodied in the "Super-Griffins" segment of the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' season 3 episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1", in which the Griffins start abusing the superpowers they acquired after being bathed in nuclear waste. Of all the cool powers (Peter being able to transform into anything he wants at will, Brian's super-speed, Chris' pyrokinesis, Stewie's telepathic abilities, and Lois' super strength), it is, of course, the show's ButtMonkey, Meg, who can only grow her fingernails barely an inch in length in a similar fashion, with the only collateral she can do amounting to lightly scratching the skin of some person who dissed her worth.

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* Parodied in the "Super-Griffins" segment of the ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' season 3 episode "Family Guy Viewer Mail #1", in which [[ScrewTheRulesIHaveSupernaturalPowers the Griffins start abusing the superpowers they acquired after being bathed in nuclear waste.waste]]. Of all the cool powers (Peter being able to transform into anything he wants at will, Brian's super-speed, Chris' pyrokinesis, Stewie's telepathic abilities, and Lois' super strength), it is, of course, the show's ButtMonkey, Meg, who can only grow her fingernails barely an inch in length in a similar fashion, with the only collateral she can do amounting to lightly scratching the skin of some person who dissed her worth.
14th May '16 12:28:55 AM Doug86
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* [[BongoComics Bongo Comics']] ''Radioactive Man'' books feature Weasel Woman, a Wolverine parody who has unbreakable "rigidium polymer" fingernails.

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* [[BongoComics Bongo Comics']] Creator/BongoComics' ''Radioactive Man'' books feature Weasel Woman, a Wolverine parody who has unbreakable "rigidium polymer" fingernails.
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