History WebAnimation / MadnessCombat

27th Jan '16 7:48:45 PM Josef5678
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* FloatingLimbs: Floating hands are omnipresent in this series.

* RaymanianLimbs: Floating hands are omnipresent in this series.
18th Jan '16 3:11:29 PM StFan
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** In ''Project Nexus'', all Riot Troopers carry Billy Clubs. As well as that, the AAHW seems to have a thing for two particular SMGs-the HK SMG II and the infamous MP-40.
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** In ''Project Nexus'', all Riot Troopers carry Billy Clubs. As well as that, the AAHW seems to have a thing for two particular SMGs-the [=SMGs=] -- the HK SMG II and the infamous MP-40.
14th Jan '16 8:20:35 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** Downplayed in Project Nexus: It ''does'' work, but you have to aim your throw just right so you can destroy someone's forehead with your discarded gun/Sanford's hook. However, the M249 is the only gun too heavy to throw properly, resulting in your character dropping it.
14th Jan '16 8:17:50 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** Sanford gets his hands on a Bren machine gun in 6.5. *** And Deimos gets a MG-42 in 7.5.
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** Sanford gets his hands on a Bren light machine gun in 6.5. *** And Deimos gets a German MG-42 in 7.5.

* GoodGunsBadGuns: Various "Good" and "Bad" guns all appear briefly or prominently in the series. However, in ''Project Nexus'', the AAHW, fittingly enough, are often seen wielding the MP-40 in the later levels of Episode 1 and most of Episode 1.5.
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* GoodGunsBadGuns: Various "Good" and "Bad" guns all appear briefly or prominently in the series. However, in ''Project Nexus'', the AAHW, fittingly enough, AAHW troops are often seen wielding the MP-40 in the later levels of Episode 1 and most of throughout Episode 1.5.
14th Jan '16 8:15:51 PM TheWildWestPyro
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* GoodGunsBadGuns: Various "Good" and "Bad" guns all appear briefly or prominently in the series. However, in ''Project Nexus'', the AAHW, fittingly enough, are often seen wielding the MP-40 in the later levels of Episode 1 and most of Episode 1.5.

** The I33t Agents often carry the Desert Eagle as their standard issue sidearm/primary weapon, although it has become less common due to more handgun options being available. For handguns, they now favor 1911s and Beretta M9s alongside the Deagle.
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** The I33t Agents are often carry seen carrying the Desert Eagle as their standard issue sidearm/primary weapon, although it has become less common due to more handgun options being available. For handguns, they now favor 1911s and tend to carry the Browning Hi-Power or Beretta M9s M9 alongside the Deagle.Deagle. ** In ''Project Nexus'', all Riot Troopers carry Billy Clubs. As well as that, the AAHW seems to have a thing for two particular SMGs-the HK SMG II and the infamous MP-40.
14th Jan '16 8:03:16 PM TheWildWestPyro
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** While Deimos likes to ThrowAwayGuns, he seems to enjoy the M203 Grenade Launcher, the Glock 20, the Minebea PM9, the G36 and his stats in ''Project Nexus'' hint that he likes shotguns and submachine guns the most. He also carries a HK MP7 submachine gun with full attachments and a black Beretta M9 in ''Project Nexus.''
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** While Deimos likes to ThrowAwayGuns, he seems to enjoy the M203 Grenade Launcher, the Glock 20, the Minebea PM9, PM-9, the G36 {{G36}} and his stats in ''Project Nexus'' hint that he likes shotguns and submachine guns the most. He also carries a HK MP7 {{HK MP7}} submachine gun with full attachments and a fully modded black Beretta M9 in ''Project Nexus.''
27th Dec '15 8:37:20 AM MotherTrucker
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* WorldOfBadass
22nd Dec '15 2:29:08 PM maximsk
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* TheNightTHatNeverEnds: Hank causes an endless night by ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext bludgeoning the Sun to death]]'' in "Madness: Avenger".
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* TheNightTHatNeverEnds: TheNightThatNeverEnds: Hank causes an endless night by ''[[ItMakesSenseInContext bludgeoning the Sun to death]]'' in "Madness: Avenger".
4th Dec '15 9:13:01 AM JC75
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** A more unorthodox example is the FAL rifle which had appeared in several episodes ever since 4, standing out with it's bright color and the fact that it was ''never'' fired until Madness Combat 10. And the one that was finally fired in 10... had been dropped by an agent in episode 7.
2nd Dec '15 6:06:33 AM JC75
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* CrushKillDestroy: The katana that appears a few times throughout the series, named Dragon sword in Project Nexus, has "Crush, Destroy, Kill" inscribed on it's blade in Thai script. A fitting description for a weapon that Hank made extensive use of.

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* MeaningfulName: Episode 4's subtitle, Apotheosis, can be defined as "the ideal example; epitome; quintessence." Krinkels considers it the best episode of the series, and his personal favorite. Fittingly, it's by far the most popular entry of the series, and Krinkels' original plan was to end the series at this episode.
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