Sticks and stones MAY break your bones The mistress of the lash, she is all about the soft weapons. All of them cool. Multiple versions offer multiple takes on the weapon. From electrically charged run of the mill whip, to toothed energy ribbons, to the movie version.
A snake monster "kaijin" who repeatedly vexes the Kamen Riders. Dracula's not-quite-so-loving son from the Castlevania franchise. He is a vampire who fights against his father on the side of good. This is the main character whom the player controls in the game Steal Princess. She is described as a theif and joins up with Kukri to fight the Demon Lord.
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In a video game, enemies can be seen in all sizes, colors, and genders. Bring on the girls! Whip girls are simply girls armed with a whip are you writing this down? Just ask Mai Shiranui where she has been hiding her fans all these years. Not fighting back may cost you your life some times.
A bullwhip's signature cracking noise is a miniature sonic boom. It's about as close to the Stuff Blowing Up type of coolness as you can get without infringing upon Fantasy Gun Control. A whip is also, basically, more or less a long piece of leather rope, and we all know how sexy leather is, right? In video games, action adventure and fantasy tales, some characters will show how extra badass they are by using a bullwhip or other flexible weapon as their primary armament, as well as employing it for a Building Swing. If this person is a woman, and they often are, she is likely to also have a Stripperiffic costume that brings to mind a dominatrix outfit , and will probably be The Vamp or The Baroness. This is also a preferred weapon of the Repulsive Ringmaster , thanks to the fact that ringmasters in the olden days were in charge of the equestrian acts. It's also a favored weapon of slavers, slave-owners and torturers alike, owing to their historical use in slavery, torture and punishment alike. More neutrally, it'll also show up as a commander's weapon in more stylised historical works - whips are a traditional symbol of authority that multiple cultures have issued to military officers, and while they're usually harmless ceremonial items, that doesn't stop a work of fiction from making them much deadlier.