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** Donatello, [[TheSmartGuy the intellectual]], uses a (bo) staff.
** And Michaelangelo, being the cool party guy, uses the coolest ninja weapon of the '80s: nunchaku. A flashback has him practicing with a ''manriki-gusari'' and complaining that he'd prefer using his "'chucks".
** The supporting cast gives another example: Casey Jones, the badass street-fighting vigilante armed with a variety of sports equipment: baseball bats, golf clubs, hockey sticks... he even produced a cricket bat in the first movie, prompting Raphael to mock him.

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** Donatello, [[TheSmartGuy the intellectual]], uses a [[SimpleStaff (bo) staff.
staff]].
** And Michaelangelo, being the cool party guy, uses the coolest ninja weapon of the '80s: nunchaku.[[FightingWithChucks nunchaku]]. A flashback has him practicing with a ''manriki-gusari'' and complaining that he'd prefer using his "'chucks".
** The supporting cast gives another example: Casey Jones, the badass street-fighting vigilante armed with [[BatterUp a variety of sports equipment: baseball bats, golf clubs, hockey sticks...sticks]]... he even produced a cricket bat in the first movie, prompting Raphael to mock him.



* Franchise/{{Batman}} the current and former Robins all have a favored weapon:

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* Franchise/{{Batman}} the [[Franchise/{{Batman}} The current and former Robins Robins]] all have a favored weapon:



%%* ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, who may or may not be [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel's]] expy of [[Creator/DCComics DC's]] ComicBook/GreenArrow, is likewise a hotshot archer whose real weapon isn't the bow so much as the bag of tricks he fires from it. He's shown to have the same accuracy hand-throwing his arsenal of arrowheads or firing them from improvised launchers.
%%** In the Ultimate Universe, he's even shown using his ''fingernails'', but then that version of the character is borderline AxCrazy and a former black ops. As of Volume Three, he started showing a preference for guns.

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%%* * ComicBook/{{Hawkeye}}, who may or may not be [[Creator/MarvelComics Marvel's]] expy of [[Creator/DCComics DC's]] ComicBook/GreenArrow, is likewise a hotshot archer whose real weapon isn't the bow so much as the bag of tricks he fires from it. He's shown to have the same accuracy hand-throwing his arsenal of arrowheads or firing them from improvised launchers.
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launchers. As Ronin, he shifts his weapon to a katana.
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In the Ultimate Universe, he's even shown using his ''fingernails'', but then that version of the character is borderline AxCrazy and a former black ops. As of Volume Three, he started showing a preference for guns.



%%* Whiplash/Blacklash, an IronMan foe best known as the partial basis for TheMovie's Whiplash, engineered his own electric whips and used them to wreck things up... until he was accidentally killed by his old enemy. He could also turn his whips into nunchucks. Anyway, since his death, a BDSM-loving couple adopted both the Whiplash and Blacklash identities, then his daughter stepped into the role, a version inspired by the movie character debuted, and the original's been seen in action again, too.

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%%* * Whiplash/Blacklash, an IronMan foe best known as the partial basis for TheMovie's Whiplash, WHiplash in ''Film/IronMan2'', engineered his own electric whips and used them to wreck things up... until he was accidentally killed by his old enemy. He could also turn his whips into nunchucks. Anyway, since his death, a BDSM-loving couple adopted both the Whiplash and Blacklash identities, then his daughter stepped into the role, a version inspired by the movie character debuted, and the original's been seen in action again, too.



%%* ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'', Freddy Krueger's signature weapon is his leather glove, with knives for fingers.
%%* In ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'', Michael Myers' signature weapon is a large kitchen knife.
%%* In the ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' franchise, Jason Voorhees's signature weapon is a machete. Not a chainsaw.
%%* In Psycho, the insane Norman Bates's signature weapon is a normal kitchen knife.
%%* In Scream, everyone who is Ghostface uses either a Bowie Knife or a hunting knife, the signature weapons of Ghostface. Except for Sidney, who uses an [[CombatPragmatist umbrella]], of all things.

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%%* ''Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet'', Freddy Krueger's signature weapon is his leather glove, with * As indicated by the name "SlasherMovie", horror villains tend to prefer bladed weapons, such as kitchen knives for fingers.
%%* In ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}'',
([[Franchise/{{Halloween}} Michael Myers' signature weapon is a large kitchen knife.
%%* In the ''Franchise/FridayThe13th'' franchise, Jason Voorhees's signature weapon is a machete. Not a chainsaw.
%%* In Psycho, the insane
Myers]], [[Film/{{Psycho}} Norman Bates's signature weapon is a normal kitchen knife.
%%* In Scream, everyone who is Ghostface uses either a Bowie Knife or a
Bates]]), [[MacheteMayhem machetes]] ([[Franchise/FridayThe13th Jason Voorhees]]), hunting knife, the signature weapons of Ghostface. Except for Sidney, who uses an [[CombatPragmatist umbrella]], of all things.knives ([[Franchise/{{Scream}} Ghostface]]) and a glove with attached knives ([[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy Krueger]]).



%%* Film/JamesBond and his Walther PPK have gone [[IncrediblyLamePun gun-in-hand]] ever since ''Film/DrNo'', when it replaced his Beretta 418. Although it got swapped in ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies'' for the P99, it seems to be making a comeback in ''Film/QuantumOfSolace''.
%%** Also, he used a Walther P5 in ''Film/{{Octopussy}}'', but nothing was made of that.

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%%* * Film/JamesBond and his has the Walther PPK have gone [[IncrediblyLamePun gun-in-hand]] ever since pistol, introduced in his first movie, ''Film/DrNo'', when it replaced his where he is given to replace the Beretta 418. Although it got swapped 418 which is his preferred gun in [[Literature/JamesBond the original books]]. 007 has wielded other Walther pistols too, such as the P99 between ''Film/TomorrowNeverDies'' for and ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', and the P99, it seems to be making a comeback in ''Film/QuantumOfSolace''.
%%** Also, he used a Walther
P5 in ''Film/{{Octopussy}}'', but nothing was made of that.''Film/{{Octopussy}}''.



%%* Franchise/IndianaJones' most distinctive weapon/tool is his [[WhipItGood whip]]; however, he most frequently [[GoodOldFisticuffs uses his fists]] or revolver (against armed foes).

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%%* * Franchise/IndianaJones' most distinctive weapon/tool is has both his [[WhipItGood whip]]; however, whip]] and a [[https://indianajones.fandom.com/wiki/Indy%27s_pistol revolver]]. However, he most frequently [[GoodOldFisticuffs uses his fists]] or revolver (against armed foes).fists]].



%%** Han tends to go for his DL-44 heavy blaster pistol as his first choice.
%%** Chewbaccas weapon is his bowcaster.

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%%** ** Han tends to go for his Solo, as a rogue, has a DL-44 heavy blaster pistol pistol, as in his first choice.
%%** Chewbaccas weapon is
own words, "Hokey religions and ancient weapons are no match for a good blaster at your side, kid. "
** Chewbacca has
his bowcaster.bowcaster, a laser crossbow that makes a subversion of the HunterOfMonsters case - in this case, it's the monster wielding!



%%* ''{{Film/Highlander}}'' has Connor's dragonhead katana given to him by his mentor and the Kurgan's sword that could be taken apart.
%%* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': What else but a bow for Katniss Everdeen?

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%%* * The Immortals from ''{{Film/Highlander}}'' has Connor's have swords, given the only way they can be killed is through [[OffWithHisHead decapitation]]. Connor [=McLeod=] in particular wields a dragonhead katana given to him by his mentor and the Kurgan's sword that could be taken apart.
%%* ''Film/TheHungerGames'': What else but a bow for Katniss Everdeen?
Ramírez.



%%* In ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', Rue is shown to be pretty handy with a slingshot during the training sessions.

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%%* * In ''Literature/TheHungerGames'', Rue having a preferred weapon is shown to be pretty handy with a slingshot downright enforced for Tributes during [[DeadlyGame the training sessions.games themselves]], given the Gamemakers will make sure there is one of those to retrieve. They are usually related to the character's story: protagonist Katniss Everdeen prefers the bow and arrow, because she hunted for food; Johanna Mason wielded an axe, because she's from the logging District; and Finnick Odair had the trident, for being a fisherman.



* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'': In the original lineup, Jason the Red Ranger (TheHero) used a sword, Zack the Black Ranger (TheLancer) used an axe, Trini the Yellow Ranger (ActionGirl) used twin daggers, Billy the Blue Ranger (TheSmartGuy) used a [[DoubleWeapon lance that could split in two]], and Kimberly the Pink Ranger (TheChick) used a bow. When Tommy the Green Ranger first appeared, he also used a sword, but he changed to a dagger that could summon his [[HumongousMecha Dragonzord]] after his HeelFaceTurn. All of them except Tommy had blasters as backup.
** Didn't matter much, considering the Dragon Dagger could fire off energy blasts, as well as lightning.

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* ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'': In the original lineup, Jason the Red Ranger (TheHero) used a sword, Zack the Black Ranger (TheLancer) used an axe, Trini the Yellow Ranger (ActionGirl) used twin daggers, Billy the Blue Ranger (TheSmartGuy) used a [[DoubleWeapon lance that could split in two]], and Kimberly the Pink Ranger (TheChick) used a bow. When Tommy the Green Ranger first appeared, he also used a sword, but he changed to a dagger that could summon his [[HumongousMecha Dragonzord]] after his HeelFaceTurn. All of them except Tommy had blasters as backup.
** Didn't matter much, considering the Dragon Dagger
backup... because Tommy's dagger could fire off fire, both energy blasts, as well as lightning.



* Music/BrianMay and his homemade guitar, the Red Special. To such an extent that, when appearing at a concert celebrating the Fender Stratocaster, he still played the Red Special.

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* Many musicians have a preferred brand or downright singular instrument, which becomes an IconicItem for fans. One such case is Music/BrianMay and his homemade guitar, the Red Special. To such an extent that, when appearing at a concert celebrating the Fender Stratocaster, he still played the Red Special.



%%** Sniper Wolf, anybody know what she uses?
%%** The bosses of ''Sons of Liberty'' had their own weapons of choice - Fatman had his bombs, Fortune had her gigantic railgun, and Vamp was a KnifeNut. Solidus himself had a P90 and a pair of high-frequency blades.

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%%** Sniper Wolf, anybody know what she uses?
%%**
** The bosses of ''Sons of Liberty'' had their own weapons of choice - Fatman had his bombs, bombs (he's a MadBomber), Fortune had her gigantic railgun, and railgun (which she could use without problem because [[BornLucky her luck allowed so]]), Vamp was a KnifeNut. KnifeNut and Solidus himself Snake had CombatTentacles and a P90 machine gun. These are in turn recycled into the ''[=MGS4=]'' Beauty and the Beast Unit: Raging Raven wields a pair of high-frequency blades.grenade launcher, Crying Wolf had an attached railgun, Screaming Mantis shoots blades, and Laughing Octopus used both the tentacles and the gun.



%%* The ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur]]'' series. Some are rather strange (see Necrid's fragment of an alternate universe).

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%%* The * Everyone in the ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries SoulCalibur]]'' series. Some are series: swords, whips, axes, and even some rather strange weapons (see Necrid's fragment of an alternate universe).


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* ''VideoGame/ChronoCross'' has LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters, and their weapons usually relate to the character's origins or class: protagonist Serge has the Swallow, a double-sided boat oar, because he's a fisherman; villain Lynx has a scythe; the thief Kid has knives; swords are used by both a knight (Glenn) and a pirate (Fargo); [[InstrumentOfMurder instruments]] for a musician (Nikki, guitar) and a mermaid (Irenes, harp); a hammer for a blacksmith (Zappa), etc


** '''[[ShoeSlap Shoes]]''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe.

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** '''[[ShoeSlap Shoes]]''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe. In some cultures, the use of a shoe as a weapon is meant to be extremely insulting to the person it is used against because shoes are considered to be dirty.


%%*** [[KnightInSourArmour Vossler]] uses great swords

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%%*** [[KnightInSourArmour [[KnightInSourArmor Vossler]] uses great swords


** '''Shoes''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe.

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** '''Shoes''': '''[[ShoeSlap Shoes]]''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe.


* '''[[ImprobableWeaponUser Strange weapons]]''': If a character is just [[ImprovisedWeapon improvising]] and ordinarily goes unarmed, he's probably the UnluckyEverydude who just got caught in a fight (like most of the characters Jackie Chan plays). If someone regularly goes around with a weapon like this, they're not totally connected to reality -- either TheDitz or the {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, or they're so badass they can kill people without needing "regular" weapons. Or they have a need to go armed in portions of society that do not take kindly to the presence of actual weapons, and have adapted accordingly.

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* '''[[ImprobableWeaponUser Strange weapons]]''': Weapons]]''': If a character is just [[ImprovisedWeapon improvising]] and ordinarily goes unarmed, he's probably the UnluckyEverydude who just got caught in a fight (like most of the characters Jackie Chan plays). If someone regularly goes around with a weapon like this, they're not totally connected to reality -- either TheDitz or the {{Cloudcuckoolander}}, or they're so badass they can kill people without needing "regular" weapons. Or they have a need to go armed in portions of society that do not take kindly to the presence of actual weapons, and have adapted accordingly.


* '''Shoes''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe.

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* ** '''Shoes''': The weapon of choice for many a woman or mother from or in Mexico. Chanclas ("sandal" or "flip-flop" in Spanish) are the most popular kind of shoe used for this purpose. Can be used to point as someone in a threatening, protective, or aggressive manner, to shove in someone's face, or to throw at them. It is customary for the one at the receiving end of the shoe throwing to fetch the shoe for the one who threw the shoe.


** '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es''': {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.

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** '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es''': {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, sheath, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.


** '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es: {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.

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** '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es: '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es''': {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.


** '''[[Sheath|Strike}}es: {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.

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** '''[[Sheath|Strike}}es: '''{{Sheath|Strike}}es: {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.

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** '''[[Sheath|Strike}}es: {{Technical Pacifist}}s that don't look forward to shedding blood may use their sword's sheathes as their main form of combat, drawing their actual blades when they find themselves with no choice. Some may also {{Dual Wield|ing}} their sword and sheathe, using the latter as a defensive or support tool.

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* ''Fanfic/CodeGeassPaladinsOfVoltron'': The forms the Bayards take in this story are:
** HeroesPreferSwords[=/=]KatanasAreJustBetter: A katana with a European hilt for Suzaku
** WolverineClaws: a clawed gauntlet for Kallen
** TheStraightAndArrowPath: A bow for Shirley
** SinisterScythe[=/=]EpicFlail: A kusarigama for Milly
** CoolGuns: A rifle for Rivalz
** KnifeNut: A Katar-like blade for Rai
** Lelouch, being the Black Paladin, [[TheLastOfTheseIsNotLikeTheOthers doesn't have one since the Black Bayard is currently in Zarkon's possession.]] He instead relies upon his Geass, [[ShockAndAwe which has gained a new trick]]. [[spoiler: He later gains a MorphWeapon in the form of a Blade of Marmora Knife inherited from his grandmother.]]


** Although they don't state it outright like in ''3'', the heroes of ''VideoGame/Persona4'' use weapons that reflect their personality. TheHero uses broadswords, symbolizing his leadership role. Yosuke tends to go to DualWielding whatever he can get his hands on which shows his [[IJustWantToBeSpecial desire to be special,]] his goofiness given what he could wield and also his verstaility showing he is more talented than he appears; additionally, his ''best'' weapons are a pair of wretches, symbolizing his reliability and desire to help. ActionGirl Chie has leg greaves to best utilize her powerful kicking prowess. YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko uses [[PaperFanOfDoom fans]], showing off her grace and power given her skill in Fire magic attacks. Delinquent Kanji rlies on whatever blunt heavy object he get his hands on (such as a desk or a folding chair). Teddie meanwhile uses clawed gauntlets and usually fights in his bear outfit. Naoto menawhile uses a gun, which showcases her serious personality and efficiency, especially given the strict firearm rules of Japan.
** The heroes of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' wield two weapons, one ranged and one melee, each reflecting their personality and circumstances: TheHero is a dual-faced trickster with a hammy PhantomThief persona who uses [[KnifeNut knives]] and handguns. Delinquent outcast Ryuji Sakamoto uses [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter shotguns]] and blunt instruments such as [[PipePain lead pipes]]. Tough-minded HeroicSeductress Ann Takamaki uses [[WhipItGood whips]] and [[MoreDakka sub-machine guns]]. Morgana, a smart-alecky cat-like entity who looks like a Wild West-style Puss in Boots, uses curved swords and [[BratsWithSlingshots slingshots]]. Flamboyant painter Yusuke Kitagawa had a traditional Japanese upbringing and wields [[KatanasAreJustBetter Katanas]] and assault rifles. Straight-laced Makoto Niijima, who has self-defense training, comes from a long line of police officers, and loves action movies, uses her [[BareFistedMonk fists]] and [[RevolversAreJustBetter revolvers]] in battle. Rebellious {{Ojou}} Haru Okumura opposes everything her father's corrupt fast-food corporation stands for, which makes her use of [[AnAxeToGrind axes]] and grenade launchers look like a deliberate defiance of her refined upbringing. Goro Akechi looks to be a straight-laced GreatDetective, but uses {{Laser Blade}}s and {{Ray Gun}}s which are stated to be based on "popular ''children's'' toys". Granted, this is likely to show off his belief in justice (especially given how his predecessor, Naoto also has her childish side) though in the animation, it was show he played hero a lot as a child. [[spoiler: Also serves as evidence being a PsychopathicManchild when he reveals himself to be the murderer. On the other hand, in his true form, he uses serrated blades and pistols with silencers, showing off his abrasiveness and ruthlessness.]]

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** Although they don't state it outright like in ''3'', the heroes of ''VideoGame/Persona4'' use weapons that reflect their personality.personalities. TheHero uses broadswords, symbolizing his leadership role. Yosuke tends to go to DualWielding whatever he can get his hands on on, which shows his [[IJustWantToBeSpecial desire to be special,]] his goofiness given what he could wield (especially in ''Golden'') and also his verstaility versatility showing he is more talented than he appears; additionally, his ''best'' weapons are a pair of wretches, wrenches, symbolizing his reliability and desire to help. ActionGirl Chie has leg greaves to best utilize her powerful kicking prowess. YamatoNadeshiko Yukiko uses [[PaperFanOfDoom fans]], showing off her grace and power given her skill in Fire magic attacks. Delinquent Kanji rlies relies on what the game classifies as shields but are really whatever blunt heavy object objects he get gets his hands on (such as (including a desk or and a folding chair). Teddie meanwhile uses clawed gauntlets and usually fights in his bear outfit. Finally, Naoto menawhile uses a gun, which showcases her serious personality and efficiency, especially given the strict firearm rules of Japan.
** The heroes of ''VideoGame/Persona5'' wield two weapons, one ranged and one melee, each reflecting their personality and circumstances: TheHero is a dual-faced trickster with a hammy PhantomThief persona who uses [[KnifeNut knives]] and handguns. Delinquent outcast Ryuji Sakamoto uses [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter shotguns]] and blunt instruments such as [[PipePain lead pipes]]. Tough-minded HeroicSeductress Ann Takamaki uses [[WhipItGood whips]] and [[MoreDakka sub-machine guns]]. Morgana, a smart-alecky cat-like entity who looks like a Wild West-style Puss in Boots, uses curved swords and [[BratsWithSlingshots slingshots]]. Flamboyant painter Yusuke Kitagawa had a traditional Japanese upbringing and wields [[KatanasAreJustBetter Katanas]] and assault rifles. Straight-laced Makoto Niijima, who has self-defense training, comes from a long line of police officers, and loves action movies, uses her [[BareFistedMonk fists]] [[PowerFist brass knuckles]] and [[RevolversAreJustBetter revolvers]] in battle. Rebellious {{Ojou}} Haru Okumura opposes everything her father's corrupt fast-food corporation stands for, which makes her use of [[AnAxeToGrind axes]] and grenade launchers look like a deliberate defiance of her refined upbringing. Lastly, Goro Akechi looks to be a straight-laced GreatDetective, but uses {{Laser Blade}}s and {{Ray Gun}}s which are stated to be based on "popular ''children's'' toys". Granted, this is likely to show off his belief in justice (especially given how his predecessor, Naoto also has her childish side) side), though in the animation, it was show shown he played hero a lot as a child. [[spoiler: Also serves as evidence being a PsychopathicManchild when he reveals himself to be the murderer. On the other hand, in his true form, he uses serrated blades and pistols with silencers, showing off his abrasiveness and ruthlessness.]]


** [[VideoGame/ShinSakuraWars The New Imperial Combat Revue]]

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* The playable characters of ''VideoGame/BulletGirlsPhantasia'' all have a specific weapon type they favour, which they must use in their first of three weapon slots, and have unique, powerful versions of that double as NamedWeapons.


** '''[[KillerYoYo Yo-yos]]''': The quirkier and often more accurate/precise cousin to the Flail, created by adding a [[EverythingIsBetterWithSpinning spin]] to the weapon, bonus points if the yo-yo deploys a [[ChainsawGood saw blade or other cutting device]] mid-trajectory. Yo-yos frequently have the benefit in fiction of always returning to the user, regardless of the trajectory it took. Yo-yos are often wielded as a more unique alternative to the traditional Flail, or as an ImprovisedWeapon in the hands of a child (i.e. Ness from Earthbound).

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** '''[[KillerYoYo Yo-yos]]''': The quirkier and often more accurate/precise cousin to the Flail, created by adding a [[EverythingIsBetterWithSpinning [[SpectacularSpinning spin]] to the weapon, bonus points if the yo-yo deploys a [[ChainsawGood saw blade or other cutting device]] mid-trajectory. Yo-yos frequently have the benefit in fiction of always returning to the user, regardless of the trajectory it took. Yo-yos are often wielded as a more unique alternative to the traditional Flail, or as an ImprovisedWeapon in the hands of a child (i.e. Ness from Earthbound).

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