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"Until the advent of gunpowder, a man on foot had a decent chance of dodging artillery projectiles by the virtue of the fact that the projectiles were not particularly fast and rather large. As long as he wasn't hindered by a tight packed formation."
I don't think it's true. I almost sure that arrows were faster than bullets when they first shown.
Please check it.
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This doesn't sound like an example at all. It's saying that at long ranges, a projectile is more inaccurate. That's not a Painfully Slow Projectile, that's common sense.
Maybe it can be reworded better to be an example, but as it stands, it isn't.
Could we PLEASE make the picture for this article the pebble dance from The Last Airbender? XD
Dropping this quote — apparently it's not an example of the trope.
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Too much Natter. Not sure how to fix it. It's shown as Painfully Slow, but is actually fast?
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