History FanonPokedex / Tepig

15th Jun '15 5:42:50 PM rmctagg09
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the [[AnimalFarm Tyrannical leaders of a farm taken over by pokemon by force]] (Though there were also positively portrayed characters of the same species), the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the [[AnimalFarm Tyrannical [[Literature/AnimalFarm tyrannical leaders of a farm taken over by pokemon by force]] (Though there were also positively portrayed characters of the same species), the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms [[Literature/RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
15th Jun '15 5:40:00 PM nombretomado
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the [[AnimalFarm Tyrannical leaders of a farm taken over by pokemon by force]] (Though there were also positively portrayed characters of the same species), the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the [[AnimalFarm Tyrannical leaders of a farm taken over by pokemon by force]] (Though there were also positively portrayed characters of the same species), the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest [[Literature/JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
23rd Nov '13 8:04:11 PM Savini24
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the [[AnimalFarm Tyrannical leaders of a farm taken over by pokemon by force]] (Though there were also positively portrayed characters of the same species), the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
23rd Nov '13 7:43:33 PM Savini24
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Historically, Tepig and its evolutions have generally been held in low regard in human societies exposed to these creatures, despite its current status as a starter Pokémon officially endorsed by the Unova League. The initial stage, Tepig has long been domesticated en masse for food, and as a means of disposing refuse by human societies in close proximity to Tepig populations, due in no small part to their physiology and the relative ease of maintaining and raising these creatures. Tepig and its evolutions occasionally see other agriculture-related applications, one of the most prominent being the use of creatures from this line to ferret out [=TinyMushrooms=] and [=BigMushrooms=] in forests to be harvested. Unlike a number of other Pokémon raised as livestock, there does not appear to be as much of a rise in qualms amongst the general public about the consumption of Tepig meat. This lack of public empathy appears to be closely tied to the perception of members of this line as a whole as being dirty and dim-witted creatures, with the latter forms having to bear the further ignominy of being perceived as aggressive brutes, a depiction which has long been present in human folklore.

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Historically, Tepig and its evolutions have generally been held in low regard in human societies exposed to these creatures, despite its current status as a starter Pokémon officially endorsed by the Unova League. The initial stage, Tepig has long been domesticated en masse for food, and as a means of disposing refuse by human societies in close proximity to Tepig populations, due in no small part to their physiology and the relative ease of maintaining and raising these creatures. Tepig and its evolutions occasionally see other agriculture-related applications, one of the most prominent being the use of creatures from this line to ferret out [=TinyMushrooms=] and [=BigMushrooms=] in forests to be harvested. Unlike a number of other Pokémon raised as livestock, there does not appear to be as much of a rise in qualms amongst the general public about the consumption of Tepig meat. This lack of public empathy appears to be closely tied to the perception of members of this line as a whole as being dirty and dim-witted creatures, with the latter forms having to bear the further ignominy of being perceived as aggressive brutes, a depiction which has long been present in human folklore.
folklore. Some religions [[{{UsefulNotes/Judaism}} prohibit the consumption of their meat]] [[{{UsefulNotes/Islam}} due to their perceived uncleanliness]].
16th Jun '12 6:23:49 PM Cyrok
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
16th Jun '12 3:24:45 AM FELH2
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Historically, Tepig and its evolutions have generally been held in low regard in human societies exposed to these creatures, despite its current status as a starter Pokémon officially endorsed by the Unova League. The initial stage, Tepig has long been domesticated en masse for food, and as a means of disposing refuse by human societies in close proximity to Tepig populations, due in no small part to their physiology and the relative ease of maintaining and raising these creatures. Tepig and its evolutions occasionally see other agriculture-related applications, one of the most prominent being the use of creatures from this line to ferret out [=TinyMushrooms=] and [=BigMushrooms=] in forests to be harvested. Unlike a number of other Pokémon raised as livestock, there does not appear to be as much of a rise in qualms amongst the general public about the consumption of Tepig meat. This lack of public empathy appears to be closely tied to the perception of members of this line as a whole as being dirty and dim-witted creatures, with the latter forms having to bear the further ignominy of being perceived as aggressive brutes, a depiction which has long been present in human folklore.

This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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Historically, Tepig and its evolutions have generally been held in low regard in human societies exposed to these creatures, despite its current status as a starter Pokémon officially endorsed by the Unova League. The initial stage, Tepig has long been domesticated en masse for food, and as a means of disposing refuse by human societies in close proximity to Tepig populations, due in no small part to their physiology and the relative ease of maintaining and raising these creatures. Tepig and its evolutions occasionally see other agriculture-related applications, one of the most prominent being the use of creatures from this line to ferret out [=TinyMushrooms=] and [=BigMushrooms=] in forests to be harvested. Unlike a number of other Pokémon raised as livestock, there does not appear to be as much of a rise in qualms amongst the general public about the consumption of Tepig meat. This lack of public empathy appears to be closely tied to the perception of members of this line as a whole as being dirty and dim-witted creatures, with the latter forms having to bear the further ignominy of being perceived as aggressive brutes, a depiction which has long been present in human folklore.

folklore.

This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem [[VideoGame/DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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24th Apr '12 12:22:00 PM rmctagg09
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Although the reputation that Tepig and its elder counterparts possess is undoubtedly rife with hyperbole and at times borders upon libel, one must remember that as with an overwhelming majority of Pokémon, trifling with these creatures, especially wild members that have been less socialized with human beings than their captive counterparts, is an exercise for the foolhardy. All three members of this line employ a range of melee attacks. Although physical attacks by Tepig are unlikely to exceed "Tackle" attack capable of moderate bruising and knocking oneself off of one's feet, the same cannot be said for its bulkier evolutions. Pignite and Emboar both routinely utilize techniques involving attacks with their arms, which include powerful open-palm slaps and punches. Depending upon the strength of the individual, these attacks' effects range from severe bruising, the breaking of major bones, internal bleeding, to gashes from the sharp nails on a Pignite or Emboar's nails. One particularly potent technique utilized by members of this line is a tactic that involves curling into a ball and rolling into an opponent at high speed, a tactic that when coupled with the significant bulk of the latter stages of the Tepig line, is capable of severely wounding a trainer unfortunate enough to be caught in such an attack's path. It should also be noted that all stages of the Tepig line are also capable of utilizing incendiary attacks, which are capable of inflicting second and third-degree burns over large portions of the body, it should also be noted that a number of techniques utilized by Pignite and Emboar combine incendiary attacks along with physical assaults, which in addition to inflicting severe burns, are capable of inflicting the same injuries that these creatures' purely physically-oriented attacks do. Pignite and Emboar have also been recorded spewing clouds of smoke at assailants in an attempt to either weaken them or to buy time to flee, which is capable of causing injuries related to smoke inhalation.

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Although the reputation that Tepig and its elder counterparts possess is undoubtedly rife with hyperbole and at times borders upon libel, one must remember that as with an overwhelming majority of Pokémon, trifling with these creatures, especially wild members that have been less socialized with human beings than their captive counterparts, is an exercise for the foolhardy. All three members of this line employ a range of melee attacks. Although physical attacks by Tepig are unlikely to exceed "Tackle" attack capable of moderate bruising and knocking oneself off of one's feet, the same cannot be said for its bulkier evolutions. Pignite and Emboar both routinely utilize techniques involving attacks with their arms, which include powerful open-palm slaps and punches. Depending upon the strength of the individual, these attacks' effects range from severe bruising, the breaking of major bones, internal bleeding, to gashes from the sharp nails on a Pignite or Emboar's nails.hands. One particularly potent technique utilized by members of this line is a tactic that involves curling into a ball and rolling into an opponent at high speed, a tactic that when coupled with the significant bulk of the latter stages of the Tepig line, is capable of severely wounding a trainer unfortunate enough to be caught in such an attack's path. It should also be noted that all stages of the Tepig line are also capable of utilizing incendiary attacks, which are capable of inflicting second and third-degree burns over large portions of the body, it should also be noted that a number of techniques utilized by Pignite and Emboar combine incendiary attacks along with physical assaults, which in addition to inflicting severe burns, are capable of inflicting the same injuries that these creatures' purely physically-oriented attacks do. Pignite and Emboar have also been recorded spewing clouds of smoke at assailants in an attempt to either weaken them or to buy time to flee, which is capable of causing injuries related to smoke inhalation.
28th Jan '12 8:45:45 AM Oreochan
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[MOTHER3 [[VideoGame/MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
15th Jan '12 8:52:21 AM Oreochan
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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]

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This perception continues to exert a heavy influence upon contemporary media, and has led to the final form of this stage being utilized either directly or as an inspirational basis for a number of antagonistic characters. Among them include the use of antagonistic creatures modeled after Emboar in a number of fantasy tabletop games and works, the use of an Emboar as the true form of a recurring antagonist in [[TheLegendOfZelda an action adventure video game franchise]], the use of "'Boar cops" in [[DukeNukem a first-person combat franchise infamous for its erratic development cycles]], the use of a greedy, self-centered Emboar as a recurring minor antagonist in [[VideoGame/StarFox a rail shooter franchise revolving around more hominid Pokémon]], and the use of an army of soldiers in uniforms modeled after Emboar in [[MOTHER3 the third installment of a cult role-playing franchise]]. Despite this, Tepig and its evolutions occasionally receive more sympathetic portrayals in human folklore and media. Some of these depictions include the presence of an Emboar [[JourneyToTheWest in a popular set of folk tales surrounding the adventures of a staff-wielding Infernape]], who becomes an progressively more sympathetic, albeit flawed, character throughout the duration of the narrative, the presence of a number of sympathetic characters explicitly modeled upon creatures from this line in a collection of folk tales based upon a [[RomanceOfTheThreeKingdoms series of military conflicts in the distant past]], and the use of an Emboar as the "uncle" to the protagonist of [[BeyondGoodAndEvil [[VideoGame/BeyondGoodAndEvil a cult action-adventure series.]]
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