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  • In Yu-Gi-Oh! East Academy David utterly destroys Denero in his first duel. Proving himself to be more than just some fanboy.
    • And before that was Marcus's duel against Denero's father. Every move the latter made only served to help Marcus's strategy. Which cultimated in him finishing off the culitst with a casual One-Hit Kill.
  • In My Little Metroid: Magic is Showtime, a My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic/Metroid/Kamen Rider Wizard crossover, has several of these due to the Tokusatsu elements (though Samus also dishes out her fair share of them), but of note is the Mnwga Phantom, who delivers a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown to Twilight (who's become a Kamen Rider) as well as Trixie and Squire, putting all three in the hospital, and later doing the same to Rarity (though she fairs better due to Generosity Style's Weak, but Skilled dynamic), breaking her arm/leg. Twilight returns the favor when she unlocks Magic Phantom Style and demolishes Mngwa in Tranquil Fury for hurting her loved ones.
  • Destroy the Godmodder: the nature of the godmodder himself causes lots of this, and many other things have been good examples of this.
    • Whenever a player tries to one on one the godmodder.
    • Ninjatwist vs. metal sonic. The robot went from 80% health to dead in almost no time at all. It was a forty post summon too.
    • when sigma's Wily Egg Zone got counter-invaded by three other players at the same time.
  • Dino Attack RPG:
    • Amanda vs. Sam Sinister and the Brickster in the subway station, and Frozeen and Libo vs. Lord Vladek in the subway tunnel. The villains never stood a chance.
    • Rex vs. French Fries and Pharisee vs. French Fries. In both instances, French Fries was soundly curb-stomped.
    • Pharisee vs. Trigger was actually a subversion. For most of the fight, it was definitely a Curb-Stomp Battle, as Pharisee easily overpowered Trigger in the fight. However, it was ultimately subverted because Trigger knocked out Pharisee in the end, emerging as the victor of that fight.
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  • Lords Among The Ashes: Has several with the most prominent one taking place on turn one. Most armies, even those from Remnant, would suffer severe casualties or even complete annihilation if they tried to invade a Grimm-infested ancient city on the Dark Continent. Most armies aren't led by Jaune Arc. The city is taken and all of its former inhabitants were purged in under two years with only six lives lost.


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