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* In ''VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3'', Monokuma uses a gun that shoots robotic wasps during [[spoiler: Gonta Gokuhara's execution.]]

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* In ''VisualNovel/NewDanganronpaV3'', ''VisualNovel/DanganronpaV3KillingHarmony'', Monokuma uses a gun that shoots robotic wasps during [[spoiler: Gonta Gokuhara's execution.]]


* The venom of the Asian Giant Hornet is not only one of the most painful in the world, but it also contains an enzyme that marks the unfortunate victim so that other Asian Giant Hornets in the vicinity will home in and attack the target. It also ''dissolves human skin''.

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* The venom of the Asian Giant Hornet is not only one of the most painful in the world, world (it measures a 4 on the Schmidt Sting Pain Scale, a rating achieved by only two other insects--the tarantula hawk wasp and the bullet ant), but it also contains an enzyme that marks the unfortunate victim so that other Asian Giant Hornets in the vicinity will home in and attack the target. It also ''dissolves human skin''.


* In the ''ComicBook/AmazonsAttack'' storyline in Creator/DCComics, the Amazons deployed a secret weapon: bees -- or, technically, giant "stygian killer hornets" whose sting could kill a person within hours. Being "giant" meant they were not very hard targets to hit from a safe distance (unlike regular-sized insects), and since their venom took "hours" to kill someone (unless a cure was found (which it was)) they were arguably far less deadly than a weapon that killed someone instantly. For a "secret weapon" unveiled by an invading nation that was already supposedly bringing America to its knees they left something to be desired. And there was only about a dozen of the things anyway. There was also a running gag in ''WonderWoman'', post-AA, in which a special agent had to keep being reminded he wasn't recovering from an ''ordinary'' bee sting. Parodied in ''Comicbook/BlueBeetle'', where Traci Thirteen uses a staff to cast "Gds Ddly Wpon" -- magical Bees. (Obligatory response from Jaime's father? "My God.")

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* In the ''ComicBook/AmazonsAttack'' storyline in Creator/DCComics, the Amazons deployed a secret weapon: bees -- or, technically, giant "stygian killer hornets" whose sting could kill a person within hours. Being "giant" meant they were not very hard targets to hit from a safe distance (unlike regular-sized insects), and since their venom took "hours" to kill someone (unless a cure was found (which it was)) they were arguably far less deadly than a weapon that killed someone instantly. For a "secret weapon" unveiled by an invading nation that was already supposedly bringing America to its knees they left something to be desired. And there was only about a dozen of the things anyway. There was also a running gag in ''WonderWoman'', ''Franchise/WonderWoman'', post-AA, in which a special agent had to keep being reminded he wasn't recovering from an ''ordinary'' bee sting. Parodied in ''Comicbook/BlueBeetle'', where Traci Thirteen uses a staff to cast "Gds Ddly Wpon" -- magical Bees. (Obligatory response from Jaime's father? "My God.")


* The aerial shooter ''Snoopy Vs the Red Baron'' has one of these as a weapon for Snoopy to mount on his Sopwith Camel.


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* ''VideoGame/SaintsRowGatOutOfHell'' has the Organic SMG, which fires insects that home in on enemies.


* In the Middle Ages, throwing/catapulting beehives over city walls at attacking armies was an effective tactic, and fairly common, as in those days honey was the most available sweetener and almost everybody had a couple of hives around.

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* In the Middle Ages, throwing/catapulting beehives over city walls at attacking armies was an effective tactic, and fairly common, as in those days honey was the most available sweetener and almost everybody had a couple of hives around. And bad then you had to kill the bees and smash the hive open anyway so firing one wasn't a big loss.


* One of the competitors in the Hunter test arc of ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' was a girl who had a hat literally full of bees, which she commanded [[AttackAnimal to sting her foes.]]

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* One Ponzu, one of the competitors in the Hunter test arc of ''Manga/HunterXHunter'' was a girl who had a hat literally full of bees, which she commanded [[AttackAnimal to sting her foes.]]


** The artifact [[http://ww2.wizards.com/gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=5173 Hornet Cannon]] depicts a cannon that fires robotic wasps.
** [[http://ww2.wizards.com/Gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=153478 Belligerent Hatchling]], which as a doglike creature with bees [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons pouring out of its mouth]].
** [[https://scryfall.com/card/lrw/118 Hornet Harasser]] depicts a goblin that went to look for honey in a wasp nest and instead found something "far more interesting". Its card art depicts it carrying around a tame wasp colony, and it has the ability to instantly lower another creature's toughness and attack power -- potentially enough to immediately kill a target creature -- representing the damage done by the insects it unleashes.
** One of the cards released in Unstable, the third Un-set (non-canon card sets intended to be deliberately goofy, weird and off-the-wall), [[https://magiccards.info/ust/en/171.html Bee-Bee Gun]], depicts [[MixAndMatchCritters a dolphin-mole chimera]] shooting a swarm of fat bumblebees out of a Gatling gun fitted with a compartment filled with honeycomb.

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** The artifact [[http://ww2.[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=5173 com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=209146 Hornet Cannon]] depicts a cannon that fires robotic wasps.
** [[http://ww2.[[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=153478 com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=153478 Belligerent Hatchling]], which as an elemental that takes the form of a doglike creature with bees [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons pouring out of its mouth]].
** [[https://scryfall.com/card/lrw/118 [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=142355 Hornet Harasser]] depicts a goblin that went to look for honey in a wasp nest and instead found something "far more interesting". Its card art depicts it carrying around a tame wasp colony, and it has the ability to instantly lower another creature's toughness and attack power -- potentially enough to immediately kill a target creature -- representing the damage done by the insects it unleashes.
** One of the cards released in Unstable, the third Un-set (non-canon card sets intended to be deliberately goofy, weird and off-the-wall), [[https://magiccards.info/ust/en/171.html [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=439560 Bee-Bee Gun]], depicts [[MixAndMatchCritters a dolphin-mole chimera]] shooting a swarm of fat bumblebees out of a Gatling gun fitted with a compartment filled with honeycomb.


* In the ''Franchise/MarioAndLuigi'' series, Beehosses are sentient, walking beehives that shoot bees at the Mario Bros.
* In the ''Franchise/SuperSmashBros'' series, throwing the beehive item at opponents will swarm bees around them, dealing them damage and brief but numerous hitstuns.

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* In the ''Franchise/MarioAndLuigi'' ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigi'' series, Beehosses are sentient, walking beehives that shoot bees at the Mario Bros.
* In the ''Franchise/SuperSmashBros'' ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series, throwing the beehive item at opponents will swarm bees around them, dealing them damage and brief but numerous hitstuns.

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* In the ''Franchise/MarioAndLuigi'' series, Beehosses are sentient, walking beehives that shoot bees at the Mario Bros.
* In the ''Franchise/SuperSmashBros'' series, throwing the beehive item at opponents will swarm bees around them, dealing them damage and brief but numerous hitstuns.


* [[VideoGame/{{Everquest}} Champions: Return To Arms]] had the Iksar Shaman, a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot man-sized sentient magic lizard]] who, for one spell, shot out bees. To balance that out, though, his [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway animal summoning spell was a badger.]] [[BlessedWithSuck Who will die a lot.]] [[RuleOfFunny I named him]] [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Kenny]].

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* [[VideoGame/{{Everquest}} Champions: ''VideoGame/ChampionsOfNorrath: Return To Arms]] had Arms'' has the Iksar Shaman, a [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot man-sized sentient magic lizard]] LizardFolk who, for one spell, shot out shoots bees. To balance that out, though, his [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway animal summoning spell was a badger.]] [[BlessedWithSuck Who will die a lot.]] [[RuleOfFunny I named him]] [[WesternAnimation/SouthPark Kenny]].


** [[http://ww2.wizards.com/Gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=153478 Belligerent Hatchling]], which as a doglike creature with bees pouring out of its mouth ''actually matches up with description #4''.

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** [[http://ww2.wizards.com/Gatherer/CardDetails.aspx?&id=153478 Belligerent Hatchling]], which as a doglike creature with bees [[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons pouring out of its mouth ''actually matches up with description #4''.mouth]].


* In ''VideoGame/{{Octogeddon}}'', the tentacles of the bee variety can shoot homing bees at eneies.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Octogeddon}}'', the tentacles of the bee variety can shoot homing bees at eneies.enemies.

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* In ''VideoGame/{{Octogeddon}}'', the tentacles of the bee variety can shoot homing bees at eneies.


* On ''WesternAnimation/JimmyTwoShoes'', Lucius has a button on his desk that shoots bees at people.



* On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', in the episode "Burns' Heir", Homer guesses that Mr. Burns's home is guarded by dogs, bees, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs dogs with bees in their mouths]] [[MemeticMutation so that when they bark, they shoot bees at you]]. (He is incorrect. Burns just goes back inside and locks the door. A deleted scene reveals that he has a Robotic RichardSimmons guarding the manor.)

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* On ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', in the episode "Burns' Heir", Homer guesses that Mr. Burns's home is guarded by dogs, bees, or [[BreadEggsBreadedEggs dogs with bees in their mouths]] [[MemeticMutation so that when they bark, they shoot bees at you]]. (He is incorrect. Burns just goes back inside and locks the door. A deleted scene reveals that he has a Robotic RichardSimmons Creator/RichardSimmons guarding the manor.)



* [[WesternAnimation/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]] becomes a ''literal'' Bee Bee Gun in ''"Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree"'' after he eats a handful of bees when eating honey straight out of a honey tree. As he's spitting out bees, Pooh decides to have a little fun by pulling his arm back like a trigger and shooting bees out of his mouth like a gun ''bang bang''.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh [[Disney/TheManyAdventuresOfWinnieThePooh Winnie the Pooh]] becomes a ''literal'' Bee Bee Gun in ''"Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree"'' after he eats a handful of bees when eating honey straight out of a honey tree. As he's spitting out bees, Pooh decides to have a little fun by pulling his arm back like a trigger and shooting bees out of his mouth like a gun ''bang bang''.

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* ''TabletopGame/VillainsAndVigilantes'': The villain the Beekeeper controls a swarm of mutated bees.

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