I was watching a shoutcast of a strategy game called Company of Heroes 2, as I sometimes do, and one of the units being used was a crew of men with a raketenwerfer. A raketenwerfer is an anti-tank weapon that fires 88 millimeter rockets. Their accuracy and their rate of fire are both very low, so to avoid wasting the shots, the players usually set this unit to target vehicles only, which is their intended purpose. In this particular match, the player controlling the raketenwerfer had not done so, which I thought was a dangerous waste, as I had never seen an infantry model hit by this weapon. But then!
As I watched, a rocket shot forward and struck a man directly in the face! There was a terrific explosion of blood, and the body was hurled through the air. I was pleased to see an infantry model killed by the weapon for the first time. However!
The little infantry man bounced right off the ground, landed back on his feet, and continued fighting, because the damage of the rocket was too low to kill a model at full health, and the huge blood spatter that the impact produced was just his unnecessary surplus blood, which he was surely happy not to be carrying around in his face anymore.
I was so impressed that I made a picture to celebrate the little infantry man's remarkable fortitude.