History ZergRush / WesternAnimation

7th Nov '16 8:19:36 AM dlchen145
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** A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's [[{{Mooks}} henchmen]] a rare and costly victory over [[{{Badass}} Brock Samson]]. It was possible because they were in the middle of partying and getting tattoos which... increased their morale enough to [[TakingAThirdOption just dog pile him]] while he was distracted.

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** A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's [[{{Mooks}} henchmen]] a rare and costly victory over [[{{Badass}} Brock Samson]].Samson. It was possible because they were in the middle of partying and getting tattoos which... increased their morale enough to [[TakingAThirdOption just dog pile him]] while he was distracted.
30th Oct '16 5:06:56 PM nombretomado
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* The animated mini-movie of ''HeroFactory'' has this done with ''kaiju'', of all things.

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* The animated mini-movie of ''HeroFactory'' ''Toys/HeroFactory'' has this done with ''kaiju'', of all things.
28th Jan '16 7:11:42 PM Eddy1215
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* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': ''[[TheMovie So the Drama]]'', the little Diablos made by Dr. Drakken follow this method by rushing to anyone that's in their paths.

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* In ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'': ''[[TheMovie So the Drama]]'', ''WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama'', the little Diablos made by Dr. Drakken follow this method by rushing to anyone that's in their paths.
12th Nov '14 8:51:24 AM BeerBaron
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* A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's henchmen a rare and costly victory over Brock Samson in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. It was possible because they were in the middle of partying and getting tattoos which... increased their morale enough to [[TakingAThirdOption just dog pile him.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'' gives a few examples:
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A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's henchmen [[{{Mooks}} henchmen]] a rare and costly victory over [[{{Badass}} Brock Samson in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''.Samson]]. It was possible because they were in the middle of partying and getting tattoos which... increased their morale enough to [[TakingAThirdOption just dog pile him.]]him]] while he was distracted.
** They later use the same tactic to bring down Guild Wasps; fighter jets piloted by Guild of Calamitous Intent EliteMooks. They just pile on to force the Wasps to crash, and, in at least one instance, suicide dive into the engines.
23rd May '14 11:45:59 AM WaffletreeSorry
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** EVEN worse, an individual chi blocker was a competent and dangerous opponent even for main characters. They were skilled enough to actually win in one-v-one fights against the series main character. A highly coordinated rush on top of that was basically overkill for most enemies.
25th Jan '14 3:39:57 PM Ionz
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* The animated mini-movie of ''HeroFactory'' has this done with ''kaiju'', of all things.
12th Dec '13 6:22:43 PM Premonition45
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* This is the favored tactic of Fmecks, the {{Evil Counterpart}}s of the diminutive Arquillians on ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack''.
20th Sep '13 6:28:10 AM MarkLungo
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* This is the primary strategy of the ''GeneratorRex'' villain No-Face, who telepathically directs all of the [=EVOs=] at strategic points to overwhelm opponents who are attempting to escape.

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* This is the primary strategy of the ''GeneratorRex'' ''WesternAnimation/GeneratorRex'' villain No-Face, who telepathically directs all of the [=EVOs=] at strategic points to overwhelm opponents who are attempting to escape.



* In the HannaBarbera ''RichieRich'', Irona faced a group of inferior impostors all charging at her at once and she simply converted her lower body into a large roller and flattened all her attackers at once.

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* In the HannaBarbera ''RichieRich'', Creator/HannaBarbera ''ComicBook/RichieRich'', Irona faced a group of inferior impostors all charging at her at once and she simply converted her lower body into a large roller and flattened all her attackers at once.
27th Jul '13 7:35:36 PM NimmerStill
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* In several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', Zapp Brannigan reminisces about winning one of his many "victories" using this tactic with human troops. What happened was there was an attack by "Killbots", in which he just sent waves and waves of his own men against them until they filled their pre-set "kill limit" and stopped. Yes, he did just devoid the purpose of attempting to ''fight'' the Killbots in the first place.

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* In several episodes of ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'', Zapp Brannigan reminisces about winning one of his many "victories" using this tactic with human troops. What happened was there was an attack by "Killbots", in which he just sent waves and waves of his own men against them until they filled their pre-set "kill limit" and stopped. Yes, he did just devoid the purpose of attempting to ''fight'' the Killbots in the first place.
8th May '13 5:48:19 AM Thecommander236
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* A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's henchmen a rare and costly victory over Brock Samson in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''.

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* A Zerg Rush gives the Monarch's henchmen a rare and costly victory over Brock Samson in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers''. It was possible because they were in the middle of partying and getting tattoos which... increased their morale enough to [[TakingAThirdOption just dog pile him.]]
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