Created By: Larkmarn on September 30, 2013 Last Edited By: Larkmarn on October 31, 2013
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Combat Hand Fan

A character goes into combat using fans made for battle.

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A subtrope of Improbable Weapon User, this is about a character using a handheld fan in combat. Often used by a Lady of War, as a folding fan is about as literal as Silk Hiding Steel can get. The fan is usually associated with grace, class, and elegance. Given the normal use of fans is to blow air, it\'s often taken to its logical extreme and used to boost wind-based abilities.

Compare Paper Fan of Doom, a comedic trope where a Dope Slap is performed with a paper fan. The two tropes can sometimes overlap, when the Paper Fan of Doom is used as a viable weapon. Nothing to do with the Deadly Rotary Fan.

Examples:

Anime and Manga
  • Wind Sorceress Kagura from InuYasha uses a fan to enhance her wind attacks.
  • Naruto:
    • Temari of the Hidden Sand Village carries a comically large fan on her back, which she uses for all of her ninja techniques.
    • Both Tobi and Madara Uchiha use a gunbai as well.
  • Hishoumaru from Swordbot Shinobi Team in Transformers Go! has a fan as weapon for his wind attacks.

Comic Book

Film
  • In Drunken Master II, Jackie Chan's character Wong Fei Hong brings a folding fan to the final battle, which he uses to great effect against a Giant Mook, and then becomes inspiration for him in the fight against the Big Bad.
  • A triad assassin from the third Rush Hour movie carries one that is loaded with knives that she can also remove and throw.

Tabletop Games
  • Dungeons & Dragons
    • Basic D&D supplement The Book of Marvelous Magic. The Fan Club is a magical fan that damages creatures it hits as if it were a plus 2 club.
    • 1st Edition supplement Oriental Adventures. The gunsen is an iron war fan that can do a couple of Hit Points of damage to an opponent and can also act as a small shield, thus improving the user's armor class. It is normally considered an emergency weapon.
  • In the tabletop game Exalted, the martial art Dreaming Courtesan Style gives combat bonuses if the player uses this to attack.
  • Pathfinder has the "Fighting Fan" (essentially a Tessan) and three types of enchanted fans; Black (magical gusts of wind), Red (suppresses magical light or darkness effects) and Wind (a weaker version of the black fan, which can break if it's overused).

Video Games
  • These are the Weapon of Choice for The Ojou Yukiko in Persona 4. They\'re exactly as powerful as the other weapons in the game, including swords, claws, and even a GUN.
  • A common weapon in Dynasty Warriors. Usually wielded by NPC strategists or Damsels in Distress.
    • In games where everyone has their own weapon, it will be most likely wielded by Xiao Qiao(or her sister Da Qiao in older installments) and Zhuge Liang. Also Sima Yi wielded one in most appearances except 6 and 8. Zhuge Dan also wielded one in his first appearance. Pang Tong gains a Shadow Fan in 8.
  • Princess Kitana of Mortal Kombat uses a pair of fans both for attacking and the occasional Blow You Away moment.
  • Guilty Gear: Anji Mito's weapons of choice are the Zessen, large fans that compliment his dancer fighting style. They are one of three known pieces of the Outrage set of weapons, representing the wind element, and the only one not in the hands of a main character.
  • Mai Shiranui of Fatal Fury / King of Fighters fame is known of using folding paper fans in combat. And two other things.
  • The War Fan from Super Mario RPG, accompanied by a satisfying "newspaper smack" sound when used.
  • A few examples from Phantasy Star Online:
    • There's a joke weapon called the Harisen Battle Fan
    • There's also the Plantain Fan and the Plantain Huge Fan, which are actually weapons for Mages based off of Journey to the West. Their description says that swinging them creates a great wind gust, which carries over to gameplay as a unique special ability.
  • The tengu Aya Shameimaru from Touhou wields a fan in battle which she uses to control wind.
  • Leblanc, the diva-ish antagonist from Final Fantasy X-2 wields one of these as well with the customary Tornado Move included.
  • Arle uses one of these in the Mega Drive port of Madou Monogatari I (the Dungeon Crawling predecessor to Puyo Puyo). Since she's a Squishy Wizard, her basic Fire spell costs no mana to cast, and the fan is an ordinary paper one with no enhancement, it's pretty much useless.
  • Fans are a weapon class in Dragon Quest IX. Putting skill points in it allows you to gain a free healing spell and reflect some attacks.
  • Parodied with Team Fortress 2 with the Scout's unlockable weapon "The Fan-O-War". It deals only 4 damage, making it the weakest weapon in the game. Its only upside is that it "marks the enemy for death", meaning they take 35% more damage for a brief period.
  • Imagawa Yoshimoto from Sengoku Basara wields one of these. Surprisingly (given the series' penchant for being incredibly over-the-top) he doesn't have any wind attacks. Instead, he beats people with it, and he can also throw it.

Western Animation
  • The Kiyoshi Warriors in Avatar: The Last Airbender all have fans as their default weapon. This, along with their kabuki makeup, are in honor of Avatar Kyoshi, who used them as well.
  • Similarly, in Code Lyoko, Yumi uses fans as her primary weapon in her kabuki-inspired Lyoko Warrior form.
  • Yori, Ron's ninja Girl of the Week from Kim Possible wielded one of these.

Real Life
  • In Real Life, weaponised fans did exist. Examples include;
    • Korean war fans, which were usually normal fans converted into concealed weapons, with reinforced frames and hidden blades or compartments containing toxins or irritants to waft in people's faces.
    • Japanese officers would sometimes carry a large, non-folding fan called a Gunbai as a shield and sign of office.
    • Tessan were metal framed fans that could be used as clubs when they were folded (or sharpened at the end). Like the Korean fans, they were used as concealed weapons.
Community Feedback Replies: 98
  • September 30, 2013
    Larkmarn
    Paper Fan Of Doom is specifically about the Japanese harisen-style fan, and the description makes it pretty clear that it's about its use in comedic settings.

    However, instances of other characters using battle fans keep getting shoehorned into the trope, hence this YKTTW.
  • September 30, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    When looking at the examples, I'm thinking it might be a good idea to add something about the connection between fans and wind powers (especially the Razor Wind variant) to the description.
  • September 30, 2013
    Bisected8
    • In Real Life, weaponised fans did exist. Examples include;
      • Korean war fans, which were usually normal fans converted into concealed weapons, with reinforced frames and hidden blades or compartments containing toxins or irritants to waft in people's faces.
      • Japanese officers would sometimes carry a large, non-folding fan called a Gunbai as a shield and sign of office.
      • Tessan were metal framed fans that could be used as clubs when they were folded (or sharpened at the end). Like the Korean fans, they were used as concealed weapons.
  • September 30, 2013
    Larkmarn
    Great point, Paradisesnake. Updated.

    Thanks for the examples, Bisected.
  • September 30, 2013
    KTera
    I don't know if it's worth noting but Yukiko from Persona 4 has fire elemental powers, unlike most examples of this trope.
  • September 30, 2013
    Stratadrake
    I remember having a YKTTW for this trope a long time ago. I think it must be blowing in the wind somewhere these days, because I've never found it again.
  • September 30, 2013
    DAN004
    "it must be blowing in the wind somewhere these days..."

    ^ Ironically, this trope is mainly used to blow winds. *Ba Dum Tish*

    Needs emphasis on handheld fan (either tessen/harisen or uchiwa, though I wish it's both); otherwise turbine or electrical fans should count. :P

    BTW
  • September 30, 2013
    KantonKage
    Madara and Tobi from Naruto wielded a Gunbai Dynasty Warriors is mostly incorrect. Most NPC strategists would wield one. Zhuge Liang and Xiao Qiao have this weapon in all their appearances. Sima Yi and Da Qiao had it in most appearance except 8. Zhuge Dan had one as his first weapon before getting the sword baton in 8.
  • September 30, 2013
    acrobox
  • September 30, 2013
    Arivne
    ^^^^ I remember that YKTTW also. I gave these two examples to it.

    Tabletop Games
    • Dungeons And Dragons
      • Basic D&D supplement The Book of Marvelous Magic. The Fan Club is a magical fan that damages creatures it hits as if it were a plus 2 club.
      • 1st Edition supplement Oriental Adventures. The gunsen is an iron war fan that can do a couple of Hit Points of damage to an opponent and can also act as a small shield, thus improving the user's armor class. It is normally considered an emergency weapon.
  • October 1, 2013
    reflaxion
    Video Games:

    The War Fan from Super Mario RPG, accompanied by a satisfying "newspaper smack" sound when used.
  • October 1, 2013
    DAN004
    @ Larkmarn: You typically use 2 apostrophes ('') instead of a quote mark (") to italicize words.
  • October 1, 2013
    RedBuster
  • October 2, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^^ Fixed.
  • October 2, 2013
    TrueShadow1
  • October 2, 2013
    Chabal2
  • October 2, 2013
    DAN004
    • As a one-time gag, Kirby's Ultra Sword power in Kirbys Return To Dreamland would sometimes have Kirby use a giant folding fan to slice enemies with.
  • October 2, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    err, think this needs a better name.

    or else this might end up like the trope formerly known as Weaponized Jackhammer,

    and possibly others.

    War Fan is clear enough and is an actual term for this.
  • October 2, 2013
    AgProv
    Weaponised fan?

    Oh, I see. Nothing to do with tooled-up football hooligans, then!
  • October 2, 2013
    Bisected8
    • Pathfinder has the "Fighting Fan" (essentially a Tessan) and three types of enchanted fans; Black (magical gusts of wind), Red (suppresses magical light or darkness effects) and Wind (a weaker version of the black fan, which can break if it's overused).
  • October 2, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    trope image? quick google couldn't find anyone actually attacking with these babies.
  • October 2, 2013
    reflaxion
    Temari from Naruto

    Kagura from Inuyasha (this one is a fan art, and credit would have to be given)
  • October 2, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^
    • that's temari (name's in the examples already), and shows Tornado Move more than it shows this. (on an unrelated note, that's one hell of a short, laconic description in tornado move.)
    • That's someone holding a fan. well so is mine, but at least there are enemies.
  • October 2, 2013
    reflaxion
    My mistake on the name.

    In any case, I'm not sure what you want in terms of a picture, then. It isn't like most instances involve actually hitting someone with the fan.

    EDIT: I didn't realize you were proposing a picture. I thought you were asking for one, because the formatting of your reply wasn't quite right. I'm still proposing the Temari picture though, because she's clearly wielding the fan as a weapon in combat.
  • October 2, 2013
    reflaxion
    Video games again:

    • The fan appears as an equippable weapon in all installments of the Super Smash Bros series.
  • October 2, 2013
    TrueShadow1
  • October 2, 2013
    acrobox
    ^^ the smash bros example is a Paper Fan Of Doom. maybe War Fan is a better name, or Warriors Fan; Fighters Fan; Fighting Fan ...

    Specifically "Fans designed to be weapons" as opposed to "fans repurposed to hit people."
  • October 3, 2013
    Argon2
    • In the tabletop game Exalted, the martial art Dreaming Courtesan Style gives combat bonuses if the player uses this to attack.
  • October 3, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^^ THAT.

    "Fans designed to be weapons" i mean.

    refraxion — ah, yeah, my bad.

    still disagree with Temari though, that would be like using an image that shows Wind From Beneath My Wings as trope image for Razor Wings from how i see it.

    EDIT:

    these? she's just holding them but they're clearly bladed and hence are obviously weapons.
  • October 3, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    How about this picture of kyoshi warriors from Avatar The Last Airbender? They are even wielding shields with the fans so it's obvious they're meant to be weapons, and there is no unnecessary Blow You Away going on.
  • October 3, 2013
    Larkmarn
    I like that Kyoshi Warriors examples.

    My issue with War Fan, Warriors Fan, Fighting Fan, Fighters Fan etc. is they really sound like it's about someone who's a fan of a particular warrior/war.

    I'm also thinking that allowing Paper Fan Of Doom examples so long as they're treated as legitimate weapons, and not just as part of a manzai routine.
  • October 3, 2013
    paycheckgurl
    In Code Lyoko, Yumi uses fans as her primary weapon in her Lyoko Warrior form.
  • October 3, 2013
    DAN004
    Paper Fan Of War? (Snowcloney, I know, but it gets the point across)
  • October 3, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ That makes no sense whatsoever. There is no reason why these kind of fans should be made of paper (in many cases they are actually made of some kind of metal).
  • October 3, 2013
    billybobfred
  • October 3, 2013
    lycropath
  • October 3, 2013
    TrueShadow1
    • The tengu Aya Shameimaru from Touhou wields a fan in battle which she uses to control wind.
  • October 4, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^5 what the hell DAN004?!

    Larkmarn — that's... really unavoidable. but i guess giving it a hand like Hand Fan Weapon would work.
  • October 4, 2013
    DAN004
    Yeah, forgot about the "paper" part. :P

    Handheld War Fan?
  • October 4, 2013
    reflaxion
  • October 4, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^ see larkman's post about confusion. think he has a good point.

    ^^ BOOM, 20 points! i think we have a winner.
  • October 4, 2013
    Larkmarn
    Handheld War Fan is my favorite thus far. Doesn't really roll off the tongue, but it's clear.

    I think I added all examples, barring the paper fan ones. Any thoughts on including those, so long as they're treated as legitimate weapons?
  • October 4, 2013
    KarjamP
    A fan of the handheld gaming console war came to mind when I've read "Handheld War Fan".

    Combat Fanning Blade, maybe?
  • October 4, 2013
    kjnoren
    Can't say I like the current name, since it pretty much precludes the use of a standard fan in a combat situation. (Notoriously impractical, but when has that stopped fiction?)

    Some possibilities that come to mind are:

    Or to make it less likely to be misunderstood:

  • October 4, 2013
    lakija
    I like Battle Fan personally.
  • October 4, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^^ In my opinion, titles like Fan Of Action and Fan Of Fighting are a lot more easily misunderstood for tropes about being a fan of something than War Fan or Battle Fan.
  • October 4, 2013
    KantonKage
    • Again the Dynasty Warriors is still incorrect. Only NPC strategist and the occasional Damsel Im Distress would wield them. Also Zhuge Dan wielded one in 7 and this was Sima Yi's weapon in every installment except 6 and 8. Also Pang Tong gains a shadow fan in 8 as his default weapon.
    • Another Naruto example the Banana Fan also it's user to utilize the standard five elements.
    • the Shensou Jing from Senki Zesshou Symphogear gives its wielder a fan as it's armed gear.
  • October 4, 2013
    DAN004
    Seriously? Someone mistook my Handheld War Fan for another thing? :/

    And since when "Fan" is a Loaded Trope Word?
  • October 5, 2013
    kjnoren
    Fan Myopia. Fan Service. Fan Disservice. Fan Fic. Fan Dumb. Big Name Fan. Fan Service Pack. Et c et c.

    Fan is arguably more than a loaded trope word. It's one of the core terms that underlies the entirety of TV Tropes. It's just that the other well-established meaning of fan has much less use here.
  • October 5, 2013
    JonnyB
    • Gunbai go back to the Edo period; daimyos would carry them as a sign of office.
    • The tessan was also a weapon more often used by onna-bugeisha (female samurai) and kunoichi (female ninja).
  • October 5, 2013
    DAN004
    ^^ Tell that to Paper Fan Of Doom, or Deadly Rotary Fan. (Just kidding)

    The more common meaning of "Fan" refers to "fanatic" anyways.

    So what, should we call this "Tessen" or "Gunbai"?
  • October 5, 2013
    kjnoren
    No, we can probably use Fan in the name, but we should be careful so people don't think about it as being a fan of something (by the way, the etymology of "fan" here is somewhat unclear - it might have come from fancy, but it's really unknown).
  • October 5, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^^ With those two, it's obvious to what fans the respective tropes are talking about.

    Was going to suggest something like "Combat Paper Fan" or something, but there's a complaint that it "doesn't have to be made out of paper" (but it makes it obvious what type of fan it is).
  • October 5, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    Kanton Kage— >_> fix it then?

    DAN 004 — beware the wrath of The Fast One, as both have an english term for them.

    is there a posh french/latin/german term for fan? i think that can work. since only japanese words aren't allowed apparently.
  • October 6, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^This is an English language wiki, so Fast Eddie may still be upset that it's in a non-English name.

    IE, I doubt it only applies to Japanese words.
  • October 6, 2013
    Bisected8
    What about Fans To Make People Fold? =P
  • October 6, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^ Ambigious use of the word "fan" with "fanatic" and "wind fan", in addition to not being obvious that it means "fans are being used as combat weapons".
  • October 6, 2013
    reflaxion
    I think any name we come up with will have some level of ambiguity in some troper's eyes, given that the key word itself has two different meanings. Can we just pick a name that makes sense in context?
  • October 6, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^ kinda hard. but lesee... Winnowers Of War? damn, sounds like "winners"....
  • October 6, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    I think the current one is perfectly okay. The possibility for this being mistaken for some handheld gaming console that KarjamP brought up seems unlikely at best.
  • October 6, 2013
    ungodlySupreme
    For video games, you can add the fan weapon in Super Smash Bros Brawl, where the fan would spawn as a drop weapon in most of the story and gameplay.
  • October 6, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ I think we haven't yet decided whether we accept examples that are also Paper Fan Of Doom.
  • October 6, 2013
    Stratadrake
    ^^ No, that is specifically a Paper Fan Of Doom. It makes a lot of noise, but doesn't actually pack much damage or knockback. Its saving grace is the high attack rate and throwing it as a blunt object.
  • October 6, 2013
    KZN02
    Team Fortress 2: the Scout's Fan O'War
  • October 6, 2013
    KarjamP
    What about Combat Hand Fan?

    Wikipedia has the article about said fan under "Hand Fan".

    Gosh, how I didn't realize how obvious that was.
  • October 7, 2013
    DAN004
    ^ That... is good enough.
  • October 7, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^^ ...pure genius. how did we miss that? to think we came up with all sorts of weird names for it...

    i'm sure there's a trope for this kind of blunder, anyone knows?

    anyway, we image pickin yet?
  • October 7, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^ [1] [2]
  • October 7, 2013
    Larkmarn
    I still like this Kiyoshi Warriors pic. They're clearly in a combat pose, especially since they have shields up.

    I'd also be down for an image showing a blatantly bladed fan.
  • October 7, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^ Possible to mistake fans for headdress.
  • October 8, 2013
    KantonKage
    ^do we really have to dumb it down that much. It seems you're trying to enforce that Viewers Are Morons. Here's one I've found. Courtesy of Hagoromo Gitsune from Nurarihyon No Mago.
  • October 8, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    Karjam — both are just people holding a seemingly ordinary fan.

    Larkmarn — that works. though personally i'd still go with this or this.

    Kanton Kage — lol, and that's good too.
  • October 8, 2013
    KarjamP
    ^One of the pictures show the girl looking like she's in a combat stance (complete with an facial expression which shows she's ready to strike).

    KantoKage's picture is the best one so far, me thinks.
  • October 8, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ I don't really like the one KantonKage suggested. The fan in the picture is so big that it's hard to even recognize it as one.
  • October 8, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    ^^ by that logic larkman's choice @ 2013-10-07 10:41:29 would be better.
  • October 8, 2013
    KarjamP
  • October 8, 2013
    reflaxion
    Now that everyone is focused on images, I'm going to re-suggest this one of Temari from Naruto.
  • October 8, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ I thought we went through the Temari ones already. Those fans look nothing like weapons.
  • October 8, 2013
    reflaxion
    ^ I was under the impression that the early submissions were forgotten.
  • October 8, 2013
    DAN004
    Maybe we can use a pic of someone with a gunbai. Tobi in later Naruto chapters may work.
  • October 8, 2013
    acrobox
  • October 9, 2013
    KomodoClassic
    In Power Rangers Samurai, Mia's special weapon is a "Sky Fan".

    In the Avatar example, it's actually spelled Kyoshi, like the name of the Avatar, not Kiyoshi.
  • October 26, 2013
    KarjamP
    ...Are we going to rename this trope, now?
  • October 26, 2013
    GeminiSparkSP
    Imagawa Yoshimoto from Sengoku Basara wields one of these. However (and perhaps staying true to the real usage of a hand fan in battle despite the series' over-the-topness), he doesn't have any wind attacks. Instead, he beats people with it, and he can also throw it.
  • October 26, 2013
    DAN004
    ^^ No we aren't.
  • October 26, 2013
    Paradisesnake
    ^ What do you mean? I thought we already agreed that Combat Hand Fan is the best choice for the name. You yourself were among the people who gave it their approval.
  • October 26, 2013
    Tuckerscreator
    • Parodied with Team Fortress 2 with the Scout's unlockable weapon "The Fan-O-War". It deals only 4 damage, making it the weakest weapon in the game. Its only upside is that it "marks the enemy for death", meaning they take 35% more damage for a brief period.
  • October 26, 2013
    DAN004
    ^^ Oops, I forgot. =P
  • October 29, 2013
    Bibliophile

    Also are you planning on removing the combat examples from Paper Fan Of Doom and putting them here? If so, here are some of the main ones (I don't know about any of the Anime, Live Action TV or Video Game examples).

    Film - Animation

    Film - Live Action
    • Jackie Chan uses a fan as his preferred weapon in Drunken Master 2, released in America as Legend of Drunken Master. His character had been made to decorate such fans as punishment by his father, but when he battles some thugs, his step-mother throws him the fan to use in self-defence.

    Literature
    • In Tamora Pierce's Tortall Universe, the Yamani women of the warrior class use shukusen, the delicate, deadly Japanese "war fans". Said women carry these fans when they feel endangered but can't carry a weapon openly. They are silk with razor-sharp steel ribs, are much heavier than they look, and can slice fingers like sausage (as demonstrated on a wooden tent pole).
      • Which means that when one of the characters just jumps in and joins a fan-tossing game, the women proceed to freak out (in a surprisingly well controlled fashion) because while they know what they're doing, he doesn't even know how close he came to losing all the fingers on the hand he caught it with until after the game is ended. To quote Keladry's reaction:
        Kel: Didn't your mother teach you not to grab things? You could have lost all your fingers. I doubt your father, good as he is, could have put them back on.
      • And once Queen Thayet learns about the purpose of the shukusen, she becomes intent on asking the Yamani princess for one of her very own.
      • That same character who tried to join the game later falls in love with one of the women playing it, and once they're engaged starts to carry her fan at his belt. (She gave it to him after his Ordeal, and special mention is made of the fact that he carried it at his knighting ceremony. Aww.)
    • In Eric van Lustbader's Sunset Warrior Series, Ronin's mentor and ultimately Big Bad the Salamander is a master of using the fan as a weapon.

    Western Animation
    • Avatar The Last Airbender:
      • Suki and the Kyoshi warriors (as well as Avatar Kyoshi herself) use the metal variant to very good effect most of the time until they run into Elite Mooks.
      • Aang demonstrates that they make good Airbending tools. In fact, that may be why Kyoshi used them in the first place; as the most powerful bender in the world she'd never use them in melee combat against swords and spears the way her fangirls do.
    • In the series Code Lyoko one of the main characters (Yumi) uses a fan as her weapon when she enters Lyoko.
      • Interestingly she initially is disappointed with her weapon, outright asking "Huh? A fan? That's all?" despite being from the culture that is most prone to using this trope.
    • Yori in Kim Possible slices into the side of a volcano and unleashes the lava flow within.

    Real Life
    • Tessenjutsu was actually an art around war fans. However; there was a difference between a paper fan and an actual fan meant to be concealed and used as a makeshift weapon.
      • Especially when such fans were made using several plates of solid wood or iron, and were essentially as deadly as any regular club.
    • Another variety (aptly known as the 'Fighting Fan') looks like your average folding fan, and can even be folded up for better concealment, but the spines are made out of steel that has been sharppend to a knife like edge.

  • October 29, 2013
    Larkmarn
    Appreciated! At the very least, they need to be pulled from that page since they're misuse over there anyway. I'll add them in the morning.
  • October 30, 2013
    DAN004
    Launch?
  • October 30, 2013
    ShanghaiSlave
    Not without an image, speaking of which. what got chosen?
  • October 30, 2013
    Larkmarn
    No consensus. I still like the Kyoshi Warriors with their shields.
  • October 30, 2013
    kjnoren
    My advice is to launch, and ask in the Image Picking workshop.
  • October 30, 2013
    Synchronicity
    Image suggestions:
    • Kyoshi Warriors: 1
    • Kitana from Mortal Kombat: 2
    • Anji Mito from Guilty Gear: 3
  • October 31, 2013
    DAN004
    I kinda preferred someone with a gunbai rather than a tessen. But if possible, I'd like both in one (a mishmash of pictures in one, like in Peek A Bangs)
  • October 31, 2013
    Discar
    Bump. You can make an image crowner, if that's the only thing holding this back.
  • October 31, 2013
    Larkmarn
    Fuggit. Imma launch tomorrow morning then make an image pickin'.
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