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Not to be confused with HighAltitudeInterrogation, which generally involves dangling ''and'' drama, but is entirely different.

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Not to be confused with JustForFun/NotToBeConfusedWith HighAltitudeInterrogation, which generally involves dangling ''and'' drama, but is entirely different.


This goes straight into ImpossiblyCoolClothes and/or ImpracticallyFancyOutfit in many cases, with that hanging stuff, however extravagant, never getting in the way, encumbering the user, [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty being exploited by enemies (or heroes, for that matter, when the enemy abuses this trope)]] and is always in the right position for maximum drama.

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This goes straight into ImpossiblyCoolClothes and/or ImpracticallyFancyOutfit in many cases, with that hanging stuff, however extravagant, never getting in the way, encumbering the user, [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty [[CombatPragmatist being exploited by enemies (or heroes, for that matter, when the enemy abuses this trope)]] and is always in the right position for maximum drama.


In {{Media}} anytime a character does anything dramatic or {{Badass}} it seems to be regarded as exponentially cooler if the Character has something hanging off their clothing while doing it, whether it be the ScarfOfAsskicking, BadassLongcoat, [[BadassCape A Cape]], a decoration on their NiceHat, [[BadassInANiceSuit a Tie]], [[BlingOfWar general bling]] or anything else. It can also extend to things like hair (RapunzelHair being one of the most extreme examples). This is generally because it makes the Characters overall appearance much more visually engaging.

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In {{Media}} anytime a character does anything dramatic or {{Badass}} badass it seems to be regarded as exponentially cooler if the Character has something hanging off their clothing while doing it, whether it be the ScarfOfAsskicking, BadassLongcoat, [[BadassCape A Cape]], a decoration on their NiceHat, [[BadassInANiceSuit a Tie]], [[BlingOfWar general bling]] or anything else. It can also extend to things like hair (RapunzelHair being one of the most extreme examples). This is generally because it makes the Characters overall appearance much more visually engaging.

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* DramaticWind
** HotWind


* BadassLonghair

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* BadassLonghair


This goes straight into ImpossiblyCoolClothes and/or ImpracticallyFancyOutfit in many cases, with that hanging stuff, however extravagant, never getting in the way, encumbering the user, [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty being exploited by enemies (or heros, for that matter, when the enemy abuses this trope)]] and is always in the right position for maximum drama.

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This goes straight into ImpossiblyCoolClothes and/or ImpracticallyFancyOutfit in many cases, with that hanging stuff, however extravagant, never getting in the way, encumbering the user, [[TryingToCatchMeFightingDirty being exploited by enemies (or heros, heroes, for that matter, when the enemy abuses this trope)]] and is always in the right position for maximum drama.


In {{Media}} anytime a character does anything dramatic or {{Badass}} it seems to be regarded as exponentially cooler if the Character has something hanging off their clothing while doing it, whether it be the ScarfOfAsskicking, BadassLongcoat, [[BadassCape A Cape]], a decoration on their NiceHat, [[DressedToKill a Tie]], [[BlingOfWar general bling]] or anything else. It can also extend to things like hair (RapunzelHair being one of the most extreme examples). This is generally because it makes the Characters overall appearance much more visually engaging.

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In {{Media}} anytime a character does anything dramatic or {{Badass}} it seems to be regarded as exponentially cooler if the Character has something hanging off their clothing while doing it, whether it be the ScarfOfAsskicking, BadassLongcoat, [[BadassCape A Cape]], a decoration on their NiceHat, [[DressedToKill [[BadassInANiceSuit a Tie]], [[BlingOfWar general bling]] or anything else. It can also extend to things like hair (RapunzelHair being one of the most extreme examples). This is generally because it makes the Characters overall appearance much more visually engaging.


* AwesomeBackpack (The awesome part doesn't necessarily come into it, but in many cases backpacks and similar are of a type that works for this trope)



* BlingOfWar
* CapedMecha
* CapeWings



* FrillsOfJustice



* RingAroundTheCollar (as mentioned, sometimes doubles up as this)


* DressedToKill
* InTheHood (If the hood is not worn a lot of the time and therefore hangs behind like a sort of mini-cape)
* EverythingsBetterWithZippers (This trope is probably a big reason why zippers are so overused lately)



* NiceHat

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* GasMaskLongcoat

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Not to be confused with HighAltitudeInterrogation, which generally involves dangling ''and'' drama, but is entirely different.

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