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28th Jun '16 2:09:32 AM Kimarous
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* In ''Injustice: Gods Among Us'', Batman tends to play this way. Although he says "Get Down Here!", and it is an anti-air move using his trademark [[Main/GrapplingHookGun grappling hook pistol]].

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* In ''Injustice: Gods Among Us'', ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'', Batman tends to play this way. Although he says "Get Down Here!", and it is an anti-air move using his trademark [[Main/GrapplingHookGun grappling hook pistol]].
19th May '16 9:55:03 PM zequeins
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* Akainu often says this to any pirate that he deems as "potentially dangerous" in ''Manga/OnePiece'', and will pursue his targets until he kills them. His determination is so strong that he continued to go after Luffy even though he suffered 2 direct strong blows from Whitebeard. In the end, he was pissed off at Shanks for letting Luffy get away.

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* Akainu From ''Manga/OnePiece'':
** [[GeneralRipper Akainu]]
often says this to any pirate that he deems as "potentially dangerous" in ''Manga/OnePiece'', and will pursue his targets until he kills them. His determination is so strong that he continued to go after Luffy even though he suffered 2 direct strong blows from Whitebeard. In the end, he was pissed off at Shanks for letting Luffy get away.away.
** [[CastingAShadow Blackbeard's]] ''Kurouzu'' forcibly pulls his target to him. The problem is there's no known way to defend against it (so far), and once he grabs you, [[ManOfKryptonite you lose your power]] and open to his powerful melee attacks. You can try to attack him as you're pulled, but he's such a MightyGlacier he can tank it and hit you anyway. This backfired when he tried this on [[WorldsStrongestMan Whitebeard.]]
19th May '16 8:46:34 AM MrUnderhill
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** The Magician class of player characters get a level 55 spell named Call of the Hero that allows them to summon an ''ally'' to their location using the same game mechanic. By contrast, the magician version has a 12 second cast time (although it can be reduced to as little as 6 seconds with the proper abilities and/or equipment) and a comparably long recast. Saying "You will not evade me!" to creep out your ally is optional, but [[GuiltyPleasure why would you not?]]

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** The Magician class of player characters get a level 55 spell named Call of the Hero that allows them to summon an ''ally'' to their location using the same game mechanic. By contrast, the magician version has a 12 second cast time (although it can be reduced to as little as 6 seconds with the proper abilities and/or equipment) and a comparably long recast. Saying "You will not evade me!" to creep out your ally is optional, but [[GuiltyPleasure [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential why would you not?]]
22nd Apr '16 11:02:08 AM superkeijikun
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* In ''Manga/JoJosBizarreAdventure'' Okuyasu Nijimura's Stand, The Hand, can use its power to erase anything its right hand touches to eliminate the space between himself and his opponent. He uses this power to pummel Josuke until it proves to be his undoing, when he gets hit in the head with flower pots his power accidentally drew towards him.
3rd Apr '16 10:29:27 PM Feinoha
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15th Mar '16 4:27:20 PM ObsidianFire
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** During the Soul Society arc, Ichigo demonstrates [[GenreSavvy his awareness of this trope]]. While the group had been told that under no circumstance should they fight a Captain, as each one as a PersonOfMassDestruction, when confronted by [[BloodKnight Kenpachi]] he acknowledges it would be pointless to run away because any opponent too powerful to fight would surely also be too fast to outrun.

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** During the Soul Society arc, Ichigo demonstrates [[GenreSavvy his awareness of this trope]].trope. While the group had been told that under no circumstance should they fight a Captain, as each one as a PersonOfMassDestruction, when confronted by [[BloodKnight Kenpachi]] he acknowledges it would be pointless to run away because any opponent too powerful to fight would surely also be too fast to outrun.
8th Mar '16 9:36:04 AM Fox-Pirate-87
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*Invoked by "You Can't Escape Me" by ChaoticCanineCulture. Song link here.
9th Feb '16 12:49:22 PM FlakyPorcupine
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** ''VideoGame/MortalKombatX'' introduces Takeda, who has a variation that also plays with this trope. This is justified, as Scorpion was his adoptive father and trainer for a good chunk of his life.
1st Feb '16 2:29:57 PM Berrenta
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** In the Metagame, the Dark move Pursuit is a pseudo-example, especially against Psychics and Ghosts, which Dark-type moves inflict double damage against. If this is used when the opponent switches out, your Pokemon hits them as they flee for double the normal damage (so if they're weak to Dark, the double damage [[ForMassiveDamage gets]] [[ElementalRockPaperScissors doubled again]] due to being Super Effective). This discourages switching and is known as Pursuit-trapping.

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** In the Metagame, the Dark move Pursuit is a pseudo-example, especially against Psychics and Ghosts, which Dark-type moves inflict double damage against. If this is used when the opponent switches out, your Pokemon hits them as they flee for double the normal damage (so if they're weak to Dark, the double damage [[ForMassiveDamage gets]] [[ElementalRockPaperScissors gets doubled again]] due to being Super Effective). This discourages switching and is known as Pursuit-trapping.
30th Jan '16 6:26:42 PM Qube
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* ''VideoGame/KingdomsOfAmalur'' provides Might-using characters with the Harpoon ability early on to close the distance between them and their opponents; either by reeling in smaller foes, or pulling the user towards larger ones.
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