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17th Jan '17 4:39:33 PM Exxolon
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** Kender, a race in the ''Literature/Dragonlance'' setting, have the racial ability to taunt opponents into attacking them wildly without regard to their personal safety as a tactical combat option.

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** Kender, a race in the ''Literature/Dragonlance'' ''Literature/{{Dragonlance}}'' setting, have the racial ability to taunt opponents into attacking them wildly without regard to their personal safety as a tactical combat option.
17th Jan '17 4:39:03 PM Exxolon
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** Kender in the ''Dragonlance'' setting have the racial ability to taunt opponents into attacking them wildly without regard to their personal safety as a tactical combat option.

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** Kender Kender, a race in the ''Dragonlance'' setting ''Literature/Dragonlance'' setting, have the racial ability to taunt opponents into attacking them wildly without regard to their personal safety as a tactical combat option.
17th Jan '17 4:38:39 PM Exxolon
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** Kender in the ''Dragonlance'' setting have the racial ability to taunt opponents into attacking them wildly without regard to their personal safety as a tactical combat option.
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14th Jan '17 3:05:47 PM WikiWitness
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[[caption-width-right:350:[-How appropriate. [[TropeNamers You fight like a cow!]]-] ]]

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3rd Oct '16 11:22:51 AM erforce
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* The swashbuckling films of ErrolFlynn and Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. (''and'' Jr.) were rife with this trope.
** The 1937 ''Prisoner of Zenda'' includes a particularly delicious example between Fairbanks Jr. (as a ''villain'') and Ronald Colman. And of course any film in which Flynn crosses swords with Basil Rathbone is bound to feature outstanding examples of the trope.

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* The swashbuckling films of ErrolFlynn Creator/ErrolFlynn and Douglas Fairbanks, Sr. (''and'' Jr.) were rife with this trope.
** The 1937 ''Prisoner of Zenda'' ''Film/PrisonerOfZenda'' includes a particularly delicious example between Fairbanks Jr. (as a ''villain'') and Ronald Colman. And of course any film in which Flynn crosses swords with Basil Rathbone is bound to feature outstanding examples of the trope.



* ''[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl]]'' features a short exchange of witty banter between Jack Sparrow and Will Turner, and the series only builds on the banter from there. Indeed, at many points in the trilogy one can discern who has the advantage in a fight by paying attention to who gets the better lines.

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* ''[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean The Curse of the Black Pearl]]'' ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl'' features a short exchange of witty banter between Jack Sparrow and Will Turner, and the series only builds on the banter from there. Indeed, at many points in the trilogy ''[[Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean PotC]]'' franchise one can discern who has the advantage in a fight by paying attention to who gets the better lines.
2nd Oct '16 11:08:06 PM Whitewings
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' gives bonuses for using stunts, interesting descriptions of a character's actions. Combat quips, insults, banter, and repartee are all valid stunts.
14th Sep '16 2:47:05 PM ArthurEld
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* In ''Literature/JohannesCabalTheDetective'' Cabal uses this to his advantage-he challenges Count Marechal to a swordfight (as opposed to just shooting Cabal dead) by provoking his pride into giving Cabal the chance of a fair fight. During the actual fight he wonders if the Count learned to fight via correspondence course. The Count calls him a "low-born dog."
21st Jul '16 12:15:34 AM lolface123
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17th Jul '16 7:47:52 PM JakesBrain
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* The [[{{Animesque}} Amerimanga}} incarnation of the LightNovel/DirtyPair mention taking a class in "[[BondOneLiner Combat Quips]]," although they may have been just pulling their interlocutor's leg.

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* The [[{{Animesque}} Amerimanga}} Amerimanga]] incarnation of the LightNovel/DirtyPair mention taking a class in "[[BondOneLiner Combat Quips]]," although they may have been just pulling their interlocutor's leg.
17th Jul '16 7:47:04 PM JakesBrain
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* The ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' mention, in the [[{{Animesque}} Amerimanga]] version, taking a class in "[[BondOneLiner Combat Quips]]." They may have been pulling Cory's leg, though.
* During his battle with Kyuzo in ''Anime/SamuraiSeven'', Kambe confides that he is [[HoYay in love]]... with Kyuzo's skill, that is. He also tries to convince Kyuzo to join the samurai.

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* The ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' mention, in the [[{{Animesque}} Amerimanga]] version, Amerimanga}} incarnation of the LightNovel/DirtyPair mention taking a class in "[[BondOneLiner Combat Quips]]." They Quips]]," although they may have been just pulling Cory's leg, though.
their interlocutor's leg.
* During his battle with Kyuzo in ''Anime/SamuraiSeven'', Kambe Kambei confides that he is [[HoYay in love]]... with Kyuzo's skill, that is. He also tries to convince Kyuzo to join the samurai.
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