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- Multiple characters in Ravages Of Time are able to hold their own against whole armies, such as Liaoyuan Huo and Zhang Liao. A special notice goes to Lu Bu who, with his daughter strapped to his back, tried to break through the siege of Xiapi; he was severely out-numbered but managed to take out all of Cao Cao's generals and was only defeated when he was absolutely exhausted.
- Several characters in God of High School are this, but very few can match Jin Mo Ri's feat of wiping out over 180,000 angels the size of skyscrapers in under thirty seconds after unlocking his power as the Monkey King.
- Played oh-so-straight when Sgt. Slaughter joined the ranks of G.I. Joe. The commercials were something else...
- In BIONICLE, Toa usually work in teams, but there are occasions where they manage to demolish small armies. One particular example that stands out is Kopaka defeating three dozen Zyglak offscreen. What makes this even more impressive is that Zyglak are almost immune to Elemental Powers which Toa usually use as their primary attack.
- He-Man, the Most Powerful Man in the Universe. Of course, he doesn't always fight the forces of evil by himself...
- Hank from Madness Combat is perhaps the universal embodiment of this trope. In the flashes, he could kill a hundred guys in five minutes.
- Jebus also qualifies. As well as all of the fan-characters.
- CollegeHumor video "Video Game Boss Lament" has villains expressing shock to their minions at how a protagonist is able to get through them.
- Every. Single. Freelancer. Ever. from Red vs. Blue. Season 9 makes this very apparent.
- When sufficiently angered, Caboose can smash his way through dozens of soldiers. Problem is, he's Caboose, so he forgets how to get angry fairly often.
- In Episode 67 of The Most Popular Girls in School, Brittnay kills all four of The Expendables, in self-defense.
- RWBY: In the "Red" Trailer, Ruby Rose carves through a huge horde of demonic werewolves without taking a single hit. In Volume 3, Neopolitan infiltrates an Atlesian airship and slaughters all the soldiers on board, freeing Roman Torchwick and allowing him to hijack the ship.
- Dreamscape: Implied with Melinda, considering it took the entire population of her Mirror Universe to weaken her enough to seal her away, as seen in the flashback in "The Mystery of Melinda".
- Los Hermanos, a member of the Global Guardians, is literally this. He's a super-powered duplicator who can make thousands upon thousands of copies of himself.
- The Kriegan Army from Lambda. Each soldier is trained to take down dozens of enemies by themselves. Higher up, their elite Knights of Grabacr are up there at Person of Mass Destruction.
- In the pilot of Hogan Vs Flair, the card features the "Kevin Nash Burial Gauntlet Match". It's pretty much Nash just destroying one guy after another after another with his Jackknife Powerbomb, parodying the way the Real Life Nash would always insist on winning (and get his way most of the time.)
- Worm has quite a few, but the standout example is Contessa, who has singlehandedly delivered a Curb-Stomp Battle to a large group of people in every fight she's been in.
- As a result of the Mob's total inability to switch out Pokemon, some Mons in Twitch Plays Pokémon tend to fall into this category. Pidgeot ("Bird Jesus") from the first run is the primary example, but Feraligatr ("Lazor Gator") and Azumarill ("M4 Moe") also have this status.