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* In ''Literature/{{RavenorVsEisenhorn}}'', the Chaos Space Marine Teke can control rose petals with his sorcery. He can send them to attack people like a swarm of bees, or wrap them around himself and magically transform them into either a bodyglove or a suit of PowerArmor.
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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', users of the Flower Breath swordsmanship have flower petals flowing in the direction of their sword attacks, as a visual effect in the setting, the prominent user of the Flower Breath currently is Kanao Tsuyuri, but in the past it is shown her step-older sister was a Flower Breath user as well.


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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', users of the Flower Breath swordsmanship have flower petals flowing in the direction of their sword attacks, as a visual effect in the setting, the prominent user of the Flower Breath currently is Kanao Tsuyuri, but in the past it is shown her step-older sister was a Flower Breath user as well.

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* In ''Manga/DemonSlayerKimetsuNoYaiba'', users of the Flower Breath swordsmanship have flower petals flowing in the direction of their sword attacks, as a visual effect in the setting, the prominent user of the Flower Breath currently is Kanao Tsuyuri, but in the past it is shown her step-older sister was a Flower Breath user as well.


* Both ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and its sequel ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' feature "Sleep Flower" spells that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin use flower petals to put your opponents to sleep]].

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* Both ''VideoGame/SecretOfMana'' and its sequel ''VideoGame/SeikenDensetsu3'' ''VideoGame/TrialsOfMana'' feature "Sleep Flower" spells that [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin use flower petals to put your opponents to sleep]].


** And in a Part 1 filler arc, we are called to ''"witness the Flower Ninja Art of the Land of Vegetables"'': the heads [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal fly off flowers in the field where the fight takes place]], turning into shuriken or ''exploding''.

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** And in a Part 1 filler arc, we are called to ''"witness the Flower Ninja Art of the Land of Vegetables"'': the heads [[AddedAlliterativeAppeal fly off flowers in the field where the fight takes place]], place, turning into shuriken or ''exploding''.


* [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes]]: When Team Rose unleash their Team Blast, it involves a balancing act that generates an explosion of flower petals. It's surprisingly effective.

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* [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes]]: ''VideoGame/SonicHeroes'': When Team Rose unleash their Team Blast, it involves a balancing act that generates an explosion of flower petals. It's surprisingly effective.


* When [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes Team Rose]] uses its Team Blast, it involves a balancing act that generates an explosion of flower petals. It's surprisingly effective.

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* [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes]]: When [[VideoGame/SonicHeroes Team Rose]] uses its Rose unleash their Team Blast, it involves a balancing act that generates an explosion of flower petals. It's surprisingly effective.


* Kodachi Kuno in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' often has black rose petals around her. Usually incorporated [[IncomingHam into her exits or entrance]], but occasionally involved in an attack.

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* Kodachi Kuno in ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'' often has black rose petals around her. Usually incorporated [[IncomingHam into her exits or entrance]], but occasionally involved in an attack. Parodied in one episode, where Akane struggles to clean up the petals left after one of Kodachi's dramatic exits, then eventually gives up and goes to bed.

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* Hannah[=/=]Spring from ''Podcasts/{{Sequinox}}'' can summon roots, vines, and flowers. Syd[=/=]Autumn can also make leaves that are sharp as knives and throw them with her wind power.
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* One episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheBackyardigans'' features a superhero named Flower Girl (played by Uniqua) who has this power.


* A decent number of enemies in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' use a petal attack [[note]]which is actually called "Petal Power," appropriately enough[[/note]] that turns the players into mushrooms (unless prevent by a Transform Pin).

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* A decent number of enemies in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' use a petal attack [[note]]which is actually called "Petal Power," appropriately enough[[/note]] that turns the players into mushrooms (unless prevent prevented by a Transform Pin).


* Piscis Aphrodite from ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' who use several type of ''rose'' (petals included) for his attacks. He also filled the stairs behind his temple with poisonous roses so, even if he lost, Seiya and Co. wouldn't reach their goals. Too bad Marin derails his plans, though to be fair, he didn't have any way to know she'd show up there.

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* Piscis Pisces Aphrodite from ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' who use several type of ''rose'' (petals included) for his attacks. He also filled the stairs behind his temple with poisonous roses so, even if he lost, Seiya and Co. wouldn't reach their goals. Too bad Marin derails his plans, though to be fair, he didn't have any way to know she'd show up there.


** And even Crusadermon, who is not flower-themed. Turns out, the rose that's typically a prop (see James from {{Pokemon}}) can be used to create a storm of petals to blind/distract the enemy. (It actually seems to hurt them ''just'' once.)

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** And even Crusadermon, who is not flower-themed. Turns out, the rose that's typically a prop (see James from {{Pokemon}}) Franchise/{{Pokemon}}) can be used to create a storm of petals to blind/distract the enemy. (It actually seems to hurt them ''just'' once.)



* Kurama from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' has his Fuuka Enbujin attack, which is basically [[{{Pokemon}} Razor Leaf]] with [[SuckMyRose rose petals]]. The dub had two different translations for it, one of which was "Petals and Thorns".

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* Kurama from ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' has his Fuuka Enbujin attack, which is basically [[{{Pokemon}} [[Franchise/{{Pokemon}} Razor Leaf]] with [[SuckMyRose rose petals]]. The dub had two different translations for it, one of which was "Petals and Thorns".



* [[GreenThumb Grass-Type]] {{Pokemon}} give us a few attacks like this.

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* [[GreenThumb Grass-Type]] {{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} give us a few attacks like this.


* Archer from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is capable of using the legendary shield Rho Aias of the greek hero Ajax, which takes the form of seven large flower petals.

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* Archer from ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is capable of using the legendary shield Rho Aias of the greek hero Ajax, Ajax the Greater, which takes the form of seven large flower petals.


* In Animation/LittleDoorGods, the spirit Huaxian/[[DubNameChange Bloom]] fights using pink petals.

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* In Animation/LittleDoorGods, ''Animation/LittleDoorGods'', the spirit Huaxian/[[DubNameChange Bloom]] fights using pink petals.

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