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* Gilda's duel with Starfall, while definitely not a good thing, is still awesome and badass enough to make the list. She shows up unarmed (and without armor) and goes up against a heavily armored opponent who is ''not'' fighting fair... [[CurbStompBattle and still wins]]. The way she takes him down is deliciously ironic, and to make it even sweeter, she follows it up by ''refusing to kill him''.

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* Gilda's duel with Starfall, while definitely not a good thing, is still awesome and badass enough to make the list. She shows up unarmed (and without armor) and goes up against a heavily armored opponent who is ''not'' fighting fair... [[CurbStompBattle and still wins]]. The way she takes him down is deliciously ironic, and to make it even sweeter, she follows it up by ''refusing to kill him''.him''.
* From the first installment, Heart of Gold, Feathers of Steel: Celestia shows an 80-member tribe of pony-eating griffons why she is called a [[PhysicalGod god]]. One spell, 77 kills. And the survivors were spared to send a message to the other tribes. [[GoodIsNotSoft Yeah, Celestia]] [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill doesn't play around at all]].

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* "Hey, ''Fotze''!" Cue [[ThrowingYourSwordAlwaysWorks thrown baton to the face.]]
* Gilda's duel with Starfall, while definitely not a good thing, is still awesome and badass enough to make the list. She shows up unarmed (and without armor) and goes up against a heavily armored opponent who is ''not'' fighting fair... [[CurbStompBattle and still wins]]. The way she takes him down is deliciously ironic, and to make it even sweeter, she follows it up by ''refusing to kill him''.

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