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** As the page image shows, this is actually the standard weapon used by members of the TSAB. However, few of their weapons ever become as gun-like as [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Raging/Raising]] Heart. Storm Raider, the usual device of the character in the picture, has a combat mode that looks more like a Dragunov SVD than a magic weapon, Teana's Phantom Mirage is either a single or a pair of sci-fi looking pistols and Runessa's Silver Dagger is an actual firearm with an Armed Intelligence mounted on it.

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** As the page image shows, this is actually the standard weapon used by members of the TSAB. However, few of their weapons ever become as gun-like as [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Raging/Raising]] Raising Heart. Storm Raider, the usual device of the character in the picture, has a combat mode that looks more like a Dragunov SVD than a magic weapon, Teana's Phantom Mirage is either a single or a pair of sci-fi looking pistols and Runessa's Silver Dagger is an actual firearm with an Armed Intelligence mounted on it.


* The ComicBook/{{Kingpin}} sometimes uses a cane that fires laser beams or releases knockout gas.
* ''ComicBook/{{Manhunter}}'': Kate Spencer wields a staff weapon called a Power Baton which once belonged to one of her predecessors, Mark Shaw. It is a SwissArmyWeapon whose function includes a magnetic pulse emitter and a sonic maser which produces a similar sound to Black Canary's sonic scream.

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* The ComicBook/{{Kingpin}} ComicBook/TheKingpin sometimes uses a cane that fires laser beams or releases knockout gas.
* ''ComicBook/{{Manhunter}}'': Kate Spencer wields a staff weapon called a Power Baton which once belonged to one of her predecessors, Mark Shaw. It is a SwissArmyWeapon whose function includes a magnetic pulse emitter and a sonic maser which produces a similar sound to Black Canary's ComicBook/BlackCanary's sonic scream.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Manhunter}}'': Kate Spencer wields a staff weapon called a Power Baton which once belonged to one of her predecessors, Mark Shaw. It is a SwissArmyWeapon whose function includes a magnetic pulse emitter and a sonic maser which produces a similar sound to Black Canary's sonic scream.

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* ''ComicBook/NewGods'': Big Barda's Mega Rod is a baton like weapon which can extend to a longer staff and fire powerful energy blasts. Kalibak has a similar weapon called the Beta-Club.
* One of ComicBook/{{Deathstroke}}'s weapons is a staff that can fire energy blasts or bullets.
* The ComicBook/{{Kingpin}} sometimes uses a cane that fires laser beams or releases knockout gas.
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* ''VideoGame/{{Warframe}}'' has the Speargun weapon class, which is exactly what it sounds like, a spear that can fire projectiles from its head. They can also be used as throwing weapons.


* Series/{{Merlin}} has a magical sidhe staff, that fires a blast of magical energy that can even kill a [[TheFairFolk sidhe]]. Despite it being a cool and effective weapon, he's only used it in three episodes (''The Gates of Avalon'', ''To Kill The King'' and ''The Changeling'').

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* Series/{{Merlin}} Series/{{Merlin|2008}} has a magical sidhe staff, that fires a blast of magical energy that can even kill a [[TheFairFolk sidhe]]. Despite it being a cool and effective weapon, he's only used it in three episodes (''The Gates of Avalon'', ''To Kill The King'' and ''The Changeling'').


* In the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/TheWorldIsNotEnough'', the Russian mobster Zukovsky carries a cane to help his bad leg. However, when he gets injured his CrowningMomentOfAwesome comes when it turns out that his cane is also a potent (and accurate) firearm.

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* In the Film/JamesBond film ''Film/TheWorldIsNotEnough'', the Russian mobster Zukovsky carries a cane to help his bad leg. However, when he gets injured his CrowningMomentOfAwesome SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome comes when it turns out that his cane is also a potent (and accurate) firearm.


* In ''Videogame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'', the main villain fights using a staff that fires concussive blasts.

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* In ''Videogame/BatmanTheTelltaleSeries'', the main villain of Season One fights using a staff that fires concussive blasts.


* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'': When Scrooge temporarily takes up the popular billionaire hobby of PartTimeHero vigilantism, one of the gadgets Gyro builds him is a cane that shoots laser beams.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'': When In "The Masked Mallard", Scrooge temporarily takes up the popular billionaire hobby of PartTimeHero vigilantism, one vigilantism. One of the gadgets Gyro builds him is a cane that shoots laser beams.


The name of this trope is a play on "ThisIsMyBoomstick", but is otherwise [[IThoughtItMeant unrelated]]. May also be a SwissArmyWeapon.

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The name of this trope is a play on "ThisIsMyBoomstick", but is otherwise [[IThoughtItMeant [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant unrelated]]. May also be a SwissArmyWeapon.


* Boomsticks appear in ''[[MagiNation Magi-Nation]]'', as seen [[http://bluefurok.com/NDimages/cald_boomstick.jpg here.]]

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* Boomsticks appear in ''[[MagiNation Magi-Nation]]'', ''TabletopGame/MagiNation'', as seen [[http://bluefurok.com/NDimages/cald_boomstick.jpg here.]]


* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'': When Scrooge temporarily takes up the popular billionaire hobby of PartTimeHero vigilantism, one of the gadgets Gyro builds him is a cane that shoots laser beams.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'': ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'': When Scrooge temporarily takes up the popular billionaire hobby of PartTimeHero vigilantism, one of the gadgets Gyro builds him is a cane that shoots laser beams.


* Angel Blade has the villains (all female) pull these out... but it's a {{Hentai}}, [[GagPenis s]][[{{Hermaphrodite}} o]]...

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* Angel Blade ''Angel Blade'' has the villains (all female) pull these out... but it's a {{Hentai}}, [[GagPenis s]][[{{Hermaphrodite}} o]]...



* Ifurita in ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' uses a staff that fires energy beam. The staff itself is of a technological nature.

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* Ifurita in ''Anime/ElHazardTheMagnificentWorld'' uses a staff that fires energy beam.beams. The staff itself is of a technological nature.


* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cane_gun Cane guns]] are precisely this trope: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a gun concealed inside a cane]]. They see a lot of use in SpyFiction, which is TruthInTelevision to some extent, but most real cane guns are carried by defense-conscious [[BadassGrandpa elderly folk]].

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* [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cane_gun Cane guns]] are precisely this trope: [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin a gun concealed inside a cane]]. They see a lot of use in SpyFiction, which is TruthInTelevision to some extent, but most real cane guns are carried by defense-conscious [[BadassGrandpa [[WhenEldersAttack elderly folk]].


* Pretty much all staves, wands and such rod-like items in the [[VideoGame/{{Heretic}} Serpent]] [[VideoGame/{{Hexen}} Riders]] trilogy. The sole exception is the SimpleStaff, the EmergencyWeapon of ''VideoGame/{{Heretic]]''.

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* Pretty much all staves, wands and such rod-like items in the [[VideoGame/{{Heretic}} Serpent]] [[VideoGame/{{Hexen}} Riders]] trilogy. The sole exception is the SimpleStaff, the EmergencyWeapon of ''VideoGame/{{Heretic]]''.''VideoGame/{{Heretic}}''.

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