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29th Mar '17 5:58:53 PM MajinAkuma
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** The end of the Yugi vs Kaiba duel in the Battle City Finals. Yugi could've simply used his Dark Paladin to kill ''one'' of Kaiba's three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, and would've won the match. Instead he [[CastFromHitPoints paid a thousand lifepoints]] to allow the Paladin to attack and destroy ''all three dragons at once'', and totally blowing Kaiba's ego to smithereens.
** Epically done by Yami, after Yugi's soul is taken by the Oricalchos. Weevil Underwood ''[[BullyingADragon taunts]]'' the guilt-wracked and now rather unstable Yami by tearing up a card in front of him after claiming Yugi's soul was in it and that [[DeaderThanDead tearing it up erased him]], "[[MoralEventHorizon as a joke]]". Yami...well, he goes [[UnstoppableRage totally and utterly apeshit]]. Using a spell card which allows him to attack as long as he continues to draw monster cards, Yami defeats Weevil by drawing two monster cards, which are enough to drop his lifepoints to zero. However, the enraged Yami then continues bashing at him, by drawing at least '''six''' more monster cards in a row, each hitting for 1500 points each. He would've kept going too, if Tea hadn't stopped him. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9NBvsmQ2Ik Here's the scene]]...Not pretty.
*** Just to drive home ''how'' far into overkill this is: by the time Tea halted the onslaught, Weevil was down to -8300...dead ''[[DeaderThanDead three times over.]]'' Even at the card game's 8000 Life Point start rather than the anime's 4000, this whole onslaught would have been an OneHitKill.
*** The aforementioned spell card, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Berserker_Soul Berserker Soul]], exists in the real life card game. And just like Yami did to Weevil, the game mechanics meant that you were absolutely allowed to keep overkilling your opponent with it after dropping their Life Points to zero (up until a rule change stating that a Duel could end before a card effect resolves fully).

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** The end of the Yugi vs Kaiba duel in the Battle City Finals. Yugi could've simply used his Dark Paladin to kill ''one'' of Kaiba's three Blue-Eyes White Dragons, and would've won the match. Instead he [[CastFromHitPoints paid a thousand lifepoints]] Life Points]] to allow the Paladin to attack and destroy ''all three dragons at once'', and totally blowing Kaiba's ego to smithereens.
** Epically done by Yami, Yami Yugi, after Yugi's soul is taken by the Oricalchos. Weevil Underwood ''[[BullyingADragon Insector Haga''[[BullyingADragon taunts]]'' the guilt-wracked and now rather unstable Yami by tearing up a card in front of him after claiming Yugi's soul was in it and that [[DeaderThanDead tearing it up erased him]], "[[MoralEventHorizon as a joke]]". Yami...Yami Yugi...well, he goes [[UnstoppableRage totally and utterly apeshit]]. Using a spell card the Spell Card Berserker Soul which allows him to attack as long as he continues to draw monster cards, Monster Cards, Yami Yugi defeats Weevil Haga by drawing two monster cards, Monster Cards, which are enough to drop his lifepoints Life Points to zero. 0. However, the enraged Yami Yugi then continues bashing at him, by drawing at least '''six''' more monster cards in a row, each hitting for 1500 points damage each. He would've kept going too, if Tea Anzu hadn't stopped him. [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9NBvsmQ2Ik Here's the scene]]...Not pretty.
*** Just to drive home ''how'' far into overkill this is: by the time Tea Anzu halted the onslaught, Weevil Haga was down to -8300...dead ''[[DeaderThanDead three times over.]]'' Even at the card game's 8000 Life Point Points start rather than the anime's 4000, this whole onslaught would have been an OneHitKill.
*** The aforementioned spell card, Spell Card, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Berserker_Soul Berserker Soul]], exists in the real life card game. And just like Yami Yuhi did to Weevil, Haga, the game mechanics meant that you were absolutely allowed to keep overkilling your opponent with it after dropping their Life Points to zero 0 (up until a rule change stating that a Duel could end before a card effect resolves fully).



** And from an early episode of ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Jaden and Kaibaman face off, and the latter has Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon on his side, breathing down the former's powerful but much weaker Bladedge. Jaden looks ready to turn things, as well as this trope, around by springing a trap that would destroy Kaibaman's ultimate monster at the cost of his own, with the added effect of taking out the latter's life points equivalent to the just destroyed monster...only for Kaibaman to chain De-Fusion and split the ultimate dragon back into its 3 only somewhat weaker counterparts. Jaden, left with nothing on his side of his field, can only watch as Kaibaman launches his attack with ALL 3 of his Blue-Eyes, [[LargeHam shouting, to maximum effect: "Kyojin! Muteki! Saikyou! Funsai! Gyakusai! Daikasai!" ("Giant! Invincible! Strongest! Pulverize! Honorable Defeat! Big Applause!")]]
** In the SeasonFinale of that season, Ryu duels Judai. In Ryu's final turn, he uses Power Bond to summon Cyber End Dragon, which doubles its Attack Points to 8,000, and then plays Limiter Removal to double it ''again'', to 16,000. Ryu declares an attack against Judai's Shining Flare Wingman, which currently has 4,900 ATK, but Judai uses Battle Fusion, increasing his monster's ATK by that of Ryu's monster. (Meaning Shining Flare Wingman now has 20,900 ATK.) But wait! Ryu has a Battle Fusion too! Now Cyber End Dragon has 36,900 ATK! But Judai has one trick left: He uses a Trap called Final Fusion, which does damage to both players equal to the ATK of ''both'' monsters battling, meaning he ''and'' Ryu take 57,800 points of damage simultaneously and the duel ends in a draw. (By the way, at the start of the round, Judai had 100 Life Points remaining and Ryu had 550, and in this round alone, they both took more damage than ''fourteen times'' the Life Points they started with.)
** An example that also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome takes place in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' when Jack Atlas [[spoiler: summons Red Nova Dragon for the first time. Both he and his opponent have 200 life points left, and Jack, after turning the Big Bad into a card purely with the power of his own hot-blooded awesomeness, proceeds to summon said card and steamroll his opponent for almost 2000 points of Battle Damage.]]
** [[spoiler: Jack (LP/700) and Scar-Red Nova (ATK/5500) later find themselves on the receiving end, courtesy of Jose's Meklord Emperor Grannel (ATK/'''12000''').]] There's a reason its attack is called [[spoiler: GRAND SLAUGHTER CANNON!]] There is also how [[spoiler: Granel ruined Aporia's life 3 times; Childhood killing of his parents, killing his apparent lover, and being the cause of his death to Z-ONE.]]
** In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Quattro uses his ''jumbo-sized shredder puppet'' to grind two monsters into submission, then "holographically" blasts their owners off the ground with the laser cannon coming out of it. He then tells them their suffering is not over yet, and proceeds to repeat the process by reviving the shredded monsters and grinding them over. But of course, how could he be done without ''some whipping?''

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** And from an early episode of ''Anime/YuGiOhGX'', Jaden Judai and Kaibaman face off, and the latter has Blue-Eyes Ultimate Dragon on his side, breathing down the former's powerful but much weaker Bladedge. Jaden Judai looks ready to turn things, as well as this trope, around by springing a trap that would destroy Kaibaman's ultimate monster at the cost of his own, with the added effect of taking out the latter's life points equivalent to the just destroyed monster...only for Kaibaman to chain De-Fusion and split the ultimate dragon back into its 3 only somewhat weaker counterparts. Jaden, Judai, left with nothing on his side of his field, can only watch as Kaibaman launches his attack with ALL 3 of his Blue-Eyes, [[LargeHam shouting, to maximum effect: "Kyojin! Muteki! Saikyou! Funsai! Gyakusai! Daikasai!" ("Giant! Invincible! Strongest! Pulverize! Honorable Defeat! Big Applause!")]]
** In the SeasonFinale of that season, Ryu Kaiser duels Judai. In Ryu's Kaiser's final turn, he uses Power Bond to summon Cyber End Dragon, which doubles its Attack Points to 8,000, and then plays Limiter Removal to double it ''again'', to 16,000. Ryu Kaiser declares an attack against Judai's Shining Flare Wingman, which currently has 4,900 ATK, but Judai uses Battle Fusion, increasing his monster's ATK by that of Ryu's Kaiser's monster. (Meaning Shining Flare Wingman now has 20,900 ATK.) But wait! Ryu Kaiser has a Battle Fusion too! Now Cyber End Dragon has 36,900 ATK! But Judai has one trick left: He uses a Trap called Final Fusion, which does damage to both players equal to the ATK of ''both'' monsters battling, meaning he ''and'' Ryu Kaiser take 57,800 points of damage simultaneously and the duel ends in a draw. (By the way, at the start of the round, Judai had 100 Life Points remaining and Ryu Kaiser had 550, and in this round alone, they both took more damage than ''fourteen times'' the Life Points they started with.)
** An example that also doubles as a CrowningMomentOfAwesome takes place in ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'' when Jack Atlas [[spoiler: summons [[spoiler:summons Red Nova Dragon for the first time. Both he and his opponent have 200 life points left, and Jack, after turning the Big Bad into a card purely with the power of his own hot-blooded awesomeness, proceeds to summon said card and steamroll his opponent for almost 2000 points of Battle Damage.Damage]].
** [[spoiler:Jack (LP/700) and Scar-Red Nova (ATK/5500) later find themselves on the receiving end, courtesy of Jose's Meklord Emperor Grannel (ATK/'''12000''').]] There's a reason its attack is called [[spoiler:GRAND SLAUGHTER CANNON!]] There is also how [[spoiler:Granel ruined Aporia's life three times; Childhood killing of his parents, killing his apparent lover, and being the cause of his death to Z-ONE.
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** [[spoiler: Jack (LP/700) and Scar-Red Nova (ATK/5500) later find themselves on the receiving end, courtesy of Jose's Meklord Emperor Grannel (ATK/'''12000''').]] There's a reason its attack is called [[spoiler: GRAND SLAUGHTER CANNON!]] There is also how [[spoiler: Granel ruined Aporia's life 3 times; Childhood killing of his parents, killing his apparent lover, and being the cause of his death to Z-ONE.]]
** In ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'', Quattro IV uses his ''jumbo-sized shredder puppet'' to grind two monsters into submission, then "holographically" blasts their owners off the ground with the laser cannon coming out of it. He then tells them their suffering is not over yet, and proceeds to repeat the process by reviving the shredded monsters and grinding them over. But of course, how could he be done without ''some whipping?''



** Shun Kurosaki later outdoes himself by having his Raid Raptors - Revolution Falcon bomb the entire field to the ground and make a building fall on Sora.
** Shun Kurosaki outdoes himself again by [[spoiler:having his Raid Raptors - [[KillSat Satellite Cannon]] Falcon blast Dennis from orbit, leaving him in a huge crater.]]

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** Shun Kurosaki later outdoes himself by having his Raid Raptors - Revolution Falcon bomb the entire field to the ground and make a building fall on Sora.
** Shun Kurosaki outdoes himself again by [[spoiler:having his Raid Raptors - [[KillSat Satellite Cannon]] Falcon blast Dennis from orbit, orbit]], leaving him the opponent in a huge crater.]]
27th Mar '17 7:38:39 PM SAMAS
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** Subverted in one scene, where Deunan berates a police robot for putting down a criminal with a leaping double axehandle strike, saying the resulting smear on the floor was not going to go over well with reporters.

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** *** Subverted in one scene, where Deunan berates a police robot for putting down a criminal with a leaping double axehandle strike, saying the resulting [[LudicrousGibs smear on the floor floor]] was not going to go over well with reporters.
30th Jan '17 3:16:20 PM BossKey
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*** The aforementioned spell card, [[http://yugioh.wikia.com/wiki/Berserker_Soul Berserker Soul]], exists in the real life card game. And just like Yami did to Weevil, the game mechanics meant that you were absolutely allowed to keep overkilling your opponent with it after dropping their Life Points to zero (up until a rule change stating that a Duel could end before a card effect resolves fully).
19th Jan '17 7:39:38 PM cybertoy0
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** It should be noted that "A single punch" doesn't so much as 'defeat' as it 'totally and utterly pulverizes'.
5th Dec '16 10:27:43 PM Gamermaster
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* In {{Manga/Naruto}}:

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* In {{Manga/Naruto}}:''{{Manga/Naruto}}'':
12th Nov '16 8:40:10 AM Yib
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** Cioccolata's death is one of most brutal in the series, even if compared to the main villains'. Before the barrage, Cioccolata's been shot with a bullet to the head. Such bullet is transformed by Gold Experience into a stag beatle which proceeds to destroy his brain from inside out. Every single punch Gold Experience delivers afterward has expanding and delaying effects, putting him in lasting pain and suffering before he's thrown down a tall building and crashes full-speed into a garbage truck for combustible wastes.

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** Cioccolata's death is one of most brutal in the series, even if compared to the main villains'.villain's. Before the barrage, Cioccolata's been shot with a bullet to the head. Such bullet is transformed by Gold Experience into a stag beatle beetle which proceeds to destroy his brain from inside out. Every single punch Gold Experience delivers afterward has expanding and delaying effects, putting him in lasting pain and suffering before he's thrown down a tall building and crashes full-speed into a garbage truck for combustible wastes.
12th Nov '16 8:38:19 AM Yib
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** Cioccolata's death is one of most brutal in the series, even if compared to the main villains'. Before the barrage, Cioccolata's been shot with a bullet to the head. Such bullet is transformed by Gold Experience into a dunk beatle which proceeds to destroy his brain from inside out. Every single punch Gold Experience delivers afterward has expanding and delaying effects, putting him in lasting pain and suffering before he's thrown down a tall building and crashes full-speed into a garbage truck for combustible wastes.

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** Cioccolata's death is one of most brutal in the series, even if compared to the main villains'. Before the barrage, Cioccolata's been shot with a bullet to the head. Such bullet is transformed by Gold Experience into a dunk stag beatle which proceeds to destroy his brain from inside out. Every single punch Gold Experience delivers afterward has expanding and delaying effects, putting him in lasting pain and suffering before he's thrown down a tall building and crashes full-speed into a garbage truck for combustible wastes.



** Buggy planned to use abovementioned city-leveling cannon to kill Luffy. He was planning to use that amount of firepower to kill one man, who,at that moment was tied up and locked in the cage, which was standing several feet away from the cannon.

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** Buggy planned to use abovementioned city-leveling cannon to kill Luffy. He was planning to use that amount of firepower to kill one man, who,at who, at that moment was tied up and locked in the cage, which was standing several feet away from the cannon.
11th Nov '16 1:53:07 PM Yib
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** Buggy planned to use abovementioned city-leveling cannon to kill Luffy. He was planning to use that amount of firepower to kill one man, who,at that moment was tied up and locked in the cage, which was standing several feet away from the cannon.



** Buggy planned to use abovementioned city-leveling cannon to kill Luffy. He was planning to use that amount of firepower to kill one man, who,at that moment was tied up and locked in the cage, which was standing several feet away from the cannon.
11th Nov '16 1:52:11 PM Yib
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** Buggy planned to use abovementioned city-leveling cannon to kill Luffy. He was planning to use that amount of firepower to kill one man, who,at that moment was tied up and locked in the cage, which was standing several feet away from the cannon.
11th Nov '16 1:35:28 PM Yib
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** Naturally, when Polnareff defeated J.Geil, [[spoiler:guy, who killed his sister,]] he went extra mile to make his death as painful as possible, using his stand's rapier to riddle his body with more holes, than a fine swiss cheese - just his face was stabbed at least sixteen times. Fact that over the course of the fight Geil already get large slash wound from elbow to the hip and another one in the middle his face makes it even more over the top.

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** Naturally, when Polnareff defeated J.Geil, [[spoiler:guy, who killed his sister,]] he went extra mile to make his death as painful as possible, using his stand's rapier to riddle his body with more holes, than a fine swiss cheese - just his face was stabbed at least sixteen times. Fact that over the course of the fight Geil already get large slash wound from elbow shoulder to the hip and another one in the middle his face makes it even more over the top.
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