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* In ''Franchise/{{SAW}}'''s video games, to defend yourself, one weapon of choice is a pipe.


* In the second episode of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier'', Kouji proceeds to use this against a horde of Pagumon. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome And wins.]] At least until one of them [[LetsGetDangerous digivolves]] [[OhCrap into Raremon.]]

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* In the second episode of ''Anime/DigimonFrontier'', Kouji proceeds to use this against a horde of Pagumon. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome And wins.]] wins. At least until one of them [[LetsGetDangerous digivolves]] [[OhCrap into Raremon.]]


* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Leoben tries to beat Commander Adama to death with a pipe in the pilot. It doesn't go well, because William Adama is a BadassGrandpa.

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* ''Series/BattlestarGalactica2003'': Leoben tries to beat Commander Adama to death with a pipe in the pilot. It doesn't go well, because William Adama is a BadassGrandpa.an OldSoldier.

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* These are the default weapons for students in the Assault class in ''VideoGame/LastYearTheNightmare''. They can also be upgraded by wrapping them in barbed wire and attaching nails.


* In the ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' sketch "{{Iron|Man}} [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Cheney]]" the terrorists order the vice-president to build them weapons. He says he already has one and knocks one out with a pipe, calling it the "Cheney Special." The terrorists say they'll take a thousand.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/RobotChicken'' sketch "{{Iron|Man}} "ComicBook/IronMan [[UsefulNotes/GeorgeWBush Cheney]]" the terrorists order the vice-president to build them weapons. He says he already has one and knocks one out with a pipe, calling it the "Cheney Special." The terrorists say they'll take a thousand.



* ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject'': During the boss fight with Groundchuck he starts out unarmed, after taking several hits he rips a large pipe out of the wall and uses it as a weapon.
* ''VideoGame/UrbanDead'': Metal Poles are possible weapons obtainable, although their base 2 damage and 10% accuracy is [[OvershadowedByAwesome overshadowed]] by stronger, more accurate weapons.
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFight'', pipes can be used as weapons, their slow attack speed mitigated by damage and long striking range. When some of the characters from the series [[{{Transplant}} were ported over to]] [[SharedUniverse other games set in the same universe]] (mainly ''StreetFighter''), the pipe made occasional appearances alongside them. It's brandished by [[CombatPragmatist Cody]] [[BatterUp in a baseball-like fashion]] at the end of his Last Dread [[AHandfulForAnEye Dust]] [[DesperationAttack Ultra Combo]] in ''[[CapcomSequelStagnation Super]] VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' and is used as a special by [[{{Ambadassador}} Haggar]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''; the (former) TropeNamer comes from seeing Haggar use the pipe in competitive play.
* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'': Pipes are one of the most common weapon type through the series, and they work pretty much exactly like they do in ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. The UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade rerelease of ''Streets of Rage 2'' also has an achivement for killing enemies with a pipe.

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\n* ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject'': During the boss fight with Groundchuck he starts out unarmed, after taking several hits he rips a large pipe out One of the wall and uses it as a weapon.
* ''VideoGame/UrbanDead'': Metal Poles are possible
many improvised weapons obtainable, although their base 2 damage and 10% accuracy is [[OvershadowedByAwesome overshadowed]] by stronger, more accurate weapons.
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFight'', pipes can be used as weapons, their slow attack speed mitigated by damage and long striking range. When some of the characters from the series [[{{Transplant}} were ported over to]] [[SharedUniverse other games set
available in the same universe]] (mainly ''StreetFighter''), the ''VideoGame/ActionDoom2UrbanBrawl''.
* Georg in ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki2'' uses a lead
pipe made occasional appearances alongside them. It's brandished by [[CombatPragmatist Cody]] [[BatterUp in a baseball-like fashion]] at the end of his Last Dread [[AHandfulForAnEye Dust]] [[DesperationAttack Ultra Combo]] in ''[[CapcomSequelStagnation Super]] VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' and is used as a special by [[{{Ambadassador}} Haggar]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''; the (former) TropeNamer comes from seeing Haggar use the pipe in competitive play.
JokeWeapon.
* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'': ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'': Pipes are one of the most a very common weapon type through use by the series, convicts, that can leave Batman dazed if he is hit.
* Oddly the pipe in ''VideoGame/BeneathASteelSky'' was not used as a weapon till very end,
and they work pretty much exactly like they do in ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. The UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade rerelease only to [[spoiler:damage one minor vein of ''Streets of Rage 2'' also has an achivement for killing enemies with Linc so you can enter a pipe.secret lab]].



* Lots of fragile mooks in ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' come at you with pipes.

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* Lots As is fitting for its AfterTheEnd setting, one of fragile mooks Nina's staffs in ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' come at you VideoGame/BreathOfFireDragonQuarter is a metal pipe with pipes.a tap still attached to it, which naturally gives her water-elemental attacks a damage boost.
* ''{{VideoGame/Bully}}'' has Edgar, the Townie's leader, who tears a large pipe out of the wall of the steam plant when you fight him.



* Oddly the pipe in ''VideoGame/BeneathASteelSky'' was not used as a weapon till very end, and only to [[spoiler:damage one minor vein of Linc so you can enter a secret lab]].
* Most ''Franchise/SilentHill'' games, except ''Shattered Memories'', ''0rigins'' and ''Downpour'' feature the Steel Pipe as the first decent melee weapon. It often remains as the weapon with the longest reach, and therefore the safest to beat the monsters with, throughout the game.

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* Oddly In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', lead pipes are weak melee weapons commonly used by raiders. Raul, a companion in the latter title, uses one as his default melee weapon.
* In ''VideoGame/FinalFight'', pipes can be used as weapons, their slow attack speed mitigated by damage and long striking range. When some of the characters from the series [[{{Transplant}} were ported over to]] [[SharedUniverse other games set in the same universe]] (mainly ''StreetFighter''), the pipe made occasional appearances alongside them. It's brandished by [[CombatPragmatist Cody]] [[BatterUp in a baseball-like fashion]] at the end of his Last Dread [[AHandfulForAnEye Dust]] [[DesperationAttack Ultra Combo]] in ''[[CapcomSequelStagnation Super]] VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'' and is used as a special by [[{{Ambadassador}} Haggar]] in ''VideoGame/MarvelVsCapcom3''; the (former) TropeNamer comes from seeing Haggar use
the pipe in ''VideoGame/BeneathASteelSky'' was not used as a weapon till very end, and only to [[spoiler:damage one minor vein of Linc so you can enter a secret lab]].
* Most ''Franchise/SilentHill'' games, except ''Shattered Memories'', ''0rigins'' and ''Downpour'' feature the Steel Pipe as the first decent melee weapon. It often remains as the weapon with the longest reach, and therefore the safest to beat the monsters with, throughout the game.
competitive play.



* Both ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'' games start you off with a pipe. The FlavorText in the second game is "Me and the pipe... we go way back".
* A pipe is the starting weapon in the first ''VideoGame/SystemShock''. Does less damage than a basic pistol bullet, but with greater CriticalHit chance and [[ArmorPiercingAttack armor penetration]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', lead pipes are weak melee weapons commonly used by raiders.
** Raul uses one as his default melee weapon.
* The ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' GameMod ''Poke646'' has a gaspipe as its first EmergencyWeapon.
** In the end of ''VideoGame/HalfLife2: Episode Two'', [[spoiler:Eli]] tries to attack [[spoiler:a Combine Advisor]] with a pipe, but this simply seems to have annoyed it.

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* Both ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'' games start you off with a pipe. The FlavorText in the second game is "Me and the pipe... we go way back".
* A pipe is the starting weapon in the first ''VideoGame/SystemShock''. Does less damage than a basic pistol bullet, but with greater CriticalHit chance and [[ArmorPiercingAttack armor penetration]].
* In ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}'' and ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'', lead pipes are weak melee weapons commonly used by raiders.
** Raul uses one as his default melee weapon.
* The ''VideoGame/HalfLife1'' GameMod ''Poke646'' ''[=Poke646=]'' has a gaspipe as its first EmergencyWeapon.
** In the end of ''VideoGame/HalfLife2: Episode Two'', [[spoiler:Eli]] tries to attack [[spoiler:a Combine Advisor]] with a pipe, but this simply seems to have annoyed it.
EmergencyWeapon.



* One of the many improvised weapons available in ''VideoGame/ActionDoom2UrbanBrawl''.
* Also one of the weapons that can be found in ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. With high damage and a long range, it's a good one.

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* One of ** In the many improvised weapons available in ''VideoGame/ActionDoom2UrbanBrawl''.
* Also one
end of the weapons that can be found in ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. With high damage and ''VideoGame/HalfLife2: Episode Two'', [[spoiler:Eli]] tries to attack [[spoiler:a Combine Advisor]] with a long range, it's a good one.pipe, but this simply seems to have annoyed it.



* Georg in ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki2'' uses a lead pipe as a JokeWeapon.
* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'': Mitsuru has one as a JokeWeapon, considering that she fights like a fencer.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': As a blunt weapon user, PlayerParty member Ryuji Sakamoto's can equip a large pipe segment with a 90 degree turn on the business end.

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* Georg in ''VideoGame/AgarestSenki2'' uses Pipes are a lead pipe common, as a JokeWeapon.
* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'': Mitsuru has one
well as a JokeWeapon, considering that she fights like a fencer.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': As a blunt
powerful, melee weapon user, PlayerParty member Ryuji Sakamoto's can equip a large pipe segment with a 90 degree turn on the business end.featured in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.



* In ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}''[='s=] prologue, the title character fends off an attack by Shades with a pipe. [[DistantPrologue 1,317 years later]] you can revisit the scene in a trippy sidequest and recover the very same pipe, which... [[JokeWeapon isn't a very effective weapon]] when it's competing against the likes of [[{{BFS}} Iron Will.]]
* In ''VideoGame/NierAutomata'', [[FishingMinigame fishing]] in a sewer can [[FishingForSole net you]] [[ContinuityNod Nier's iron pipe]]. This time around it's a LethalJokeWeapon that when fully-upgraded is capable of dealing massive damage and stunning enemies.
* Lots of fragile mooks in ''VideoGame/NoMoreHeroes'' come at you with pipes.
* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'': Mitsuru has one as a JokeWeapon, considering that she fights like a fencer.
** ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': As a blunt weapon user, PlayerParty member Ryuji Sakamoto's can equip a large pipe segment with a 90 degree turn on the business end.
* The tutorial case in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' is for assault with a pipe (and also for stealing a stuffed toy).



* As is fitting for its AfterTheEnd setting, one of Nina's staffs in VideoGame/BreathOfFireDragonQuarter is a metal pipe with a tap still attached to it, which naturally gives her water-elemental attacks a damage boost.
* Pipes are a common, as well as powerful, melee weapon featured in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.
* The very first weapon you find in ''VideoGame/SystemShock''.
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'': Pipes are a very common weapon use by the convicts, that can leave Batman dazed if he is hit.
* The tutorial case in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' is for assault with a pipe (and also for stealing a stuffed toy).
* ''{{VideoGame/Bully}}'' has Edgar, the Townie's leader, who tears a large pipe out of the wall of the steam plant when you fight him.

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* As is fitting for its AfterTheEnd setting, Also one of Nina's staffs the weapons that can be found in VideoGame/BreathOfFireDragonQuarter is ''VideoGame/RiverCityRansom''. With high damage and a metal pipe long range, it's a good one.
* Most ''Franchise/SilentHill'' games, except ''Shattered Memories'', ''0rigins'' and ''Downpour'' feature the Steel Pipe as the first decent melee weapon. It often remains as the weapon with the longest reach, and therefore the safest to beat the monsters with, throughout the game.
* Both ''VideoGame/{{Sonny}}'' games start you off
with a tap still attached to it, which naturally gives her water-elemental attacks a damage boost.
pipe. The FlavorText in the second game is "Me and the pipe... we go way back".
* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'': Pipes are a common, as well as powerful, melee weapon featured in ''VideoGame/TheLastOfUs''.
* The very first weapon you find in ''VideoGame/SystemShock''.
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamAsylum'': Pipes are a very
one of the most common weapon use by type through the convicts, that can leave Batman dazed if he is hit.
*
series, and they work pretty much exactly like they do in ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. The tutorial case in ''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonVsPhoenixWrightAceAttorney'' is UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade rerelease of ''Streets of Rage 2'' also has an achivement for assault killing enemies with a pipe.
* A
pipe (and also for stealing a stuffed toy).
* ''{{VideoGame/Bully}}'' has Edgar,
is the Townie's leader, who tears starting weapon in the first ''VideoGame/SystemShock''. Does less damage than a basic pistol bullet, but with greater CriticalHit chance and [[ArmorPiercingAttack armor penetration]].
* ''VideoGame/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtlesTheManhattanProject'': During the boss fight with Groundchuck he starts out unarmed, after taking several hits he rips
a large pipe out of the wall of the steam plant when you fight him.and uses it as a weapon.
* ''VideoGame/UrbanDead'': Metal Poles are possible weapons obtainable, although their base 2 damage and 10% accuracy is [[OvershadowedByAwesome overshadowed]] by stronger, more accurate weapons.





* In ''After Film/TheThinMan'', the bad guy has fashioned pipe into [[spoiler: a makeshift ladder and cosh]]. The detective Nick believes this is so they can then be thrown into a trash bin and blend in.

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* In ''After Film/TheThinMan'', ''Film/AfterTheThinMan'', the bad guy has fashioned pipe into [[spoiler: a makeshift ladder and cosh]]. The detective Nick believes speculates this is so way they can then be thrown into a nearby urban trash bin and blend in.
not be noticed.


* In ''After TheThinMan'', the bad guy has fashioned pipe into [[spoiler: a makeshift ladder and cosh]]. The detective Nick believes this is so they can then be thrown into a trash bin and blend in.

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* In ''After TheThinMan'', Film/TheThinMan'', the bad guy has fashioned pipe into [[spoiler: a makeshift ladder and cosh]]. The detective Nick believes this is so they can then be thrown into a trash bin and blend in.

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* In ''After TheThinMan'', the bad guy has fashioned pipe into [[spoiler: a makeshift ladder and cosh]]. The detective Nick believes this is so they can then be thrown into a trash bin and blend in.



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* Luffy relearns to fight with a pipe as his full time weapon thanks to Cross's intervention in ''Fanfic/ThisBites''. He's developed a few new techniques with it including Gum Gum [[HomeRunHitter Home Run]], Grand Slam and Ballista.


-->'''[[Website/RiffTrax Mike Nelson]]:''' Why is your pipe so sharp?! ''Why?!''

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-->'''[[Website/RiffTrax -->'''[[Podcast/RiffTrax Mike Nelson]]:''' Why is your pipe so sharp?! ''Why?!''


* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'': Pipes are one of the most common weapon type through the series, and they work pretty much exactly like they do in ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. The XboxLiveArcade rerelease of ''Streets of Rage 2'' also has an achivement for killing enemies with a pipe.

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* ''VideoGame/StreetsOfRage'': Pipes are one of the most common weapon type through the series, and they work pretty much exactly like they do in ''VideoGame/FinalFight''. The XboxLiveArcade UsefulNotes/XboxLiveArcade rerelease of ''Streets of Rage 2'' also has an achivement for killing enemies with a pipe.



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* ''VideoGame/WolfensteinTheOldBlood'' gives the player a pair of pipe sections with a multitude of uses, from stabbing and bludgeoning enemies, to climbing certain wall sections, to [[MundaneUtility smashing open boxes and prying and propping open doors.]]


* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'': Mitsuru's JokeWeapon
* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': As a blunt weapon user, PlayerParty member Ryuji Sakamoto's can equip a large pipe segment with a 90 degree turn on the business end.

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* ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
**
''VideoGame/{{Persona 3}}'': Mitsuru's JokeWeapon
*
Mitsuru has one as a JokeWeapon, considering that she fights like a fencer.
**
''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': As a blunt weapon user, PlayerParty member Ryuji Sakamoto's can equip a large pipe segment with a 90 degree turn on the business end.



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* In ''Film/MiamiConnection'' various characters weld pipes as weapons. Some of them seem to cut like swords.
-->'''[[Website/RiffTrax Mike Nelson]]:''' Why is your pipe so sharp?! ''Why?!''

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