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* Baraka, from ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'', is a member of the Tarkatan race, which have retractable blades in their arms. These blades serve many violent purposes, such as chopping off heads and impaling Torsos.

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* Baraka, from ''VideoGame/MortalKombat'', ''Franchise/MortalKombat'', is a member of the Tarkatan race, which have retractable blades in their arms. These blades serve many violent purposes, such as chopping off heads and impaling Torsos.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': In one episode, Spike says that one advantage a vampire has over a Slayer is that while the Slayer needs to reach for her weapon a vampire is always armed with their fangs. The episode in question demonstrates this by having Buffy suffer a near fatal encounter with a vampire in which he used her own stake against her.
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* When she's in her CatGirl form, Danielle from the Literature/RealRPG novel ''Literature/MindGames'' has claws on both her fingers and toes that count as System weapons, which means [[spoiler:they're more dangerous than bullets to most System-empowered beings.]]

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* When she's in her CatGirl form, Danielle from the Literature/RealRPG novel ''Literature/MindGames'' has claws on both her fingers and toes that count as System weapons, which means [[spoiler:they're more dangerous than bullets to most System-empowered beings.]]

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* When she's in her CatGirl form, Danielle from the Literature/RealRPG novel ''Literature/MindGames'' has claws on both her fingers and toes that count as System weapons, which means [[spoiler:they're more dangerous than bullets to most System-empowered beings.]]

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* WiltingOdor

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* In GreekMythology, Prometheus was given a bag full of gifts to distribute to the various new creatures populating the earth. Said gifts pretty much amounted to this, and that's why dogs have fangs, snakes have venom, lions have claws and fangs, and so on. But when it came to humans, Prometheus was out of gifts, and he decided to gave human fire that he stole from the gods. Thus humans lack Natural Weapon, but are granted a mind capable of reasoning. And for this act, [[AndIMustScream Prometheus was chained to a rock where an eagle would tear out his liver, he would suffer in pain all day, regenerate by the next day, and the process repeats.]]
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[[caption-width-right:230:To top it all off, its Japanese name is just "Spear"]]

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* The Laguz in VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Mamkutes]] elsewhere in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series. The former use claws, beaks, etc. while the latter use {{Breath Weapon}}s.

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* The Laguz in VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius ''VideoGame/FireEmblemPathOfRadiance'' as well as ''VideoGame/FireEmblemRadiantDawn'' and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Mamkutes]] elsewhere in the ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series. The former use claws, beaks, etc. while the latter use {{Breath Weapon}}s.



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* BadWithTheBone: specifically, the "superpowered bones" variant


** ''Mossflower'': [[TheBigBad Tsarmina]], unarmed and confronted by a fully armed and armoured Martin the Warrior, attacks him with only her teeth and claws. Since she's a wildcat and he's a mouse, she damn near kills him anyway.

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** ''Mossflower'': [[TheBigBad [[BigBad Tsarmina]], unarmed and confronted by a fully armed and armoured Martin the Warrior, attacks him with only her teeth and claws. Since she's a wildcat and he's a mouse, she damn near kills him anyway.

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* Several herbivorous dinosaurs had various natural weapons to deal with carnivores, such as ''Triceratops[='=]'' horns, ''Stegosaurus[='=]'' tail spikes, ''Ankylosaurus[='=]'' tail club, ''Therizinosaurus[='=]'' long claws, and such.


* AbsurdlySharpClaws
* AssKicksYou

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* AbsurdlySharpClaws
AbsurdlySharpClaws: A creature attacks using their own sharp claws.
* AssKicksYouAssKicksYou: A person attacks someone by hitting their opponent with their own rear end.



* {{Fartillery}}

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* {{Fartillery}}{{Fartillery}}: Weaponizing your own flatulence.



* GoombaStomp

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* GoombaStompGoombaStomp: Defeating video game enemies simply by jumping on their heads.



* MakeMeWannaShout

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* MakeMeWannaShoutMakeMeWannaShout: Someone has a loud scream as their super power.


* ''TabletopGame/HcSvntDracones'': All [[PettingZooPeople Vectors]] have a bite attack and a tail attack, bites are fairly weak but harder to parry than fists and deal lethal damage, while tail attacks only distract the enemy from parrying except reptiles whose tails are heavy enough to deal some nonlethal damage. [[TalkingAnimal Lateral]] Vectors also have claws. And the Reclaimed Venom surgery adds venom to bite attacks.

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* ''TabletopGame/HcSvntDracones'': All [[PettingZooPeople [[HalfHumanHybrid Vectors]] have a bite attack and a tail attack, bites are fairly weak but harder to parry than fists and deal lethal damage, while tail attacks only distract the enemy from parrying except reptiles whose tails are heavy enough to deal some nonlethal damage. [[TalkingAnimal Lateral]] Vectors also have claws. And the Reclaimed Venom surgery adds venom to bite attacks.



* Some of the [[PettingZooPeople anthropomorphic animals]] in ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' have natural weapons. Most of the time, it takes the forms of teeth, claws and muscle but snakes in this universe possess ''working'' venom glands.

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* Some of the [[PettingZooPeople [[BeastMan anthropomorphic animals]] in ''Roleplay/DarwinsSoldiers'' have natural weapons. Most of the time, it takes the forms of teeth, claws and muscle but snakes in this universe possess ''working'' venom glands.

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* The Laguz in VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Mamkutes]] elsewhere in the ''FireEmblem'' series. The former use claws, beaks, etc. while the latter use {{Breath Weapon}}s.

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* The Laguz in VideoGame/FireEmblemTellius and [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Mamkutes]] elsewhere in the ''FireEmblem'' ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series. The former use claws, beaks, etc. while the latter use {{Breath Weapon}}s.



* In ''Castle Cat'' the titular cat can shoot cannonballs out of his head.

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* In ''Castle Cat'' ''VideoGame/CastleCat'' the titular cat can shoot cannonballs out of his head.

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