History KillerRabbit / VideoGames

2nd Jan '18 8:26:21 PM Rakurai
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** Bunnits return in ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'', but the game also introduces a new type of cuddly critter known a Peppito which resembles a cross between a ferret and a fox. It normally acts as the game's MetalSlime, being prone to running away if not killed quickly and yielding a lot of EXP while not being even remotely threatening...at least until you encounter the level 120 superboss version named Chickenheart Dagmara. It initially seems fairly unremarkable outside of its ability to topple its foes with its regular attacks, but after it [[TurnsRed enrages]], it'll start giving your party a taste of the floor with its Master Art special which makes it spontaneously conjure an energy blade and engage in swordplay that would make Jin proud.
25th Dec '17 2:57:07 AM RandomNumberReactor
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*** Special mention goes to Rare Nightmares, which have seemingly less threatening [[LightIsNotGood white color]], but all of their stats are bumped up enormously. Notably Rare Ryu Dragon in Symphony of Sorcery will kill you dead even on lower difficulties.
24th Dec '17 1:00:18 PM Arachnos
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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'' has its fair share of cute anthropomorphic animals that obliterate {{Killer Robot}}s on a daily basis. The straightest example comes from Cream (a literal rabbit) but especially her pet Chao named Cheese, who is even tinier and cuter than the various animals, but can fly at extreme speeds, is effectively impervious to harm, and '''will''' ram giant death machines into oblivion.
24th Dec '17 1:35:18 AM Arachnos
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** Wishiwashi is a harmless-looking fish with atrocious stats. However, once its [[MagikarpPower level is high enough]], it gains the ability to summon a massive school of its kind to combine with, and suddenly its stats outmatch those of Mythical Pokémon and pseudo-legendaries until its health drops too low.
* The fanmade Pokémon parody ''[[DarkerAndEdgier Pokémon Edge Rising]]'' has Squirro, a "[[RecurringElement regional rodent]]" that resembles a cute squirrel with terrible stats. Even the Dex tells you not to use it because it's probably just a normal squirrel. However, it has the ability "Bloodmode", with the vague description "The blood moon shall rise", which seems to do nothing... [[MagikarpPower until Squirro reaches level 20]]. Stick with it to that point, and the cute squirrel will turn BlackAndRedAndEvilAllOver and see its stats skyrocket, functioning very much like Wishiwashi (above) in that it reverts to its normal stats once its health is below 25%. According to the lore, Bloodmode is a sort of [[UnstoppableRage reverse Nirvana of pure hatred and wrath]] that Squirro have attained due to their resentment over being dismissed as weak and useless.

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** Wishiwashi is a harmless-looking fish with atrocious stats. However, once its [[MagikarpPower level is high enough]], it gains the ability to summon a massive school of its kind to combine with, and suddenly its stats outmatch those of Mythical Pokémon and pseudo-legendaries until its health drops too low.
* The fanmade Pokémon parody ''[[DarkerAndEdgier Pokémon Edge Rising]]'' has Squirro, a "[[RecurringElement regional rodent]]" that resembles a cute squirrel with terrible stats. Even the Dex tells you not to use it because it's probably just a normal squirrel. However, it has the ability "Bloodmode", with the vague description "The blood moon shall rise", which seems to do nothing... [[MagikarpPower until Squirro reaches level 20]]. Stick with it to that point, and the cute squirrel will turn BlackAndRedAndEvilAllOver RedAndBlackAndEvilAllOver and see its stats skyrocket, functioning very much like Wishiwashi (above) in that it reverts to its normal stats once its health is below 25%. According to the lore, Bloodmode is a sort of [[UnstoppableRage reverse Nirvana of pure hatred and wrath]] that Squirro have attained due to their resentment over being dismissed as weak and useless.
24th Dec '17 1:33:46 AM Arachnos
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** Wishiwashi is a harmless-looking fish with atrocious stats. However, once its [[MagikarpPower level is high enough]], it gains the ability to summon a massive school of its kind to combine with, and suddenly its stats outmatch those of Mythical Pokémon and pseudo-legendaries until its health drops too low.
* The fanmade Pokémon parody ''[[DarkerAndEdgier Pokémon Edge Rising]]'' has Squirro, a "[[RecurringElement regional rodent]]" that resembles a cute squirrel with terrible stats. Even the Dex tells you not to use it because it's probably just a normal squirrel. However, it has the ability "Bloodmode", with the vague description "The blood moon shall rise", which seems to do nothing... [[MagikarpPower until Squirro reaches level 20]]. Stick with it to that point, and the cute squirrel will turn BlackAndRedAndEvilAllOver and see its stats skyrocket, functioning very much like Wishiwashi (above) in that it reverts to its normal stats once its health is below 25%. According to the lore, Bloodmode is a sort of [[UnstoppableRage reverse Nirvana of pure hatred and wrath]] that Squirro have attained due to their resentment over being dismissed as weak and useless.
11th Dec '17 6:51:20 AM Cgad
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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4E0e-ZCn14 The creature]] from ''VideoGame/TheLastGuardian''. This adorable thing that makes you love it just from the trailer also managed to splatter an armored guard against a wall with a swing of its claw.

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* [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4E0e-ZCn14 The creature]] Trico]] from ''VideoGame/TheLastGuardian''. This adorable thing that makes you love it just from the trailer also managed to splatter an armored guard against a wall with a swing of its claw.
14th Sep '17 3:28:23 AM kome360
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* ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'': Aww, look at how FAT the giant ravens have gotten! They'd be much more menacing if they weren't so morbidly obese that they waddle on the gr- AUGH '''They can still fly'''! Run from the swarm!
** Also, the Celestials are these giant-headed alien dwarves that have barely any combat skills and few hit points. But if they're far away and know SPELLS, get ready to die from artillery overkill.
11th Sep '17 8:15:22 PM PaulA
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* Since animals available as starting pets in ''VideoGame/NetHack'' are [[PVPBalanced designed to be viable combat escorts]] for the PlayerCharacter, they tend to be disproportionately powerful. This includes ponies, dogs, and kittens; kittens that can kill a squad of grown men and clean the flesh from their bones in seconds. Oh, and the fluff quote for kittens? A passage from ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft The Cats of Ulthar]]''.

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* Since animals available as starting pets in ''VideoGame/NetHack'' are [[PVPBalanced designed to be viable combat escorts]] for the PlayerCharacter, they tend to be disproportionately powerful. This includes ponies, dogs, and kittens; kittens that can kill a squad of grown men and clean the flesh from their bones in seconds. Oh, and the fluff quote for kittens? A passage from ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft The Cats of Ulthar]]''."Literature/TheCatsOfUlthar".
9th Sep '17 7:05:48 PM sgamer82
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* [[Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru Kukuri]] in ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena''. She's a SuperDeformed sorceress that uses hilariously cute spells and out-adorables every other character by miles (which is saying something since this game is filled to the brim with {{Magical Girl}}s), but good grief, she is deadly. Between the strawberry firing Strawberry Snake (read: Machine Gun), the smiling pink Mini-Planet (read: GravitySucks Mines), and the cat totem-pole Long Voiced Cat (read: ManaDrain), all of which she can cast nigh-instantaneously, she's a deceptively dangerous fighter in the battlefield.

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* [[Anime/MahoujinGuruGuru [[Manga/MagicalCircleGuruGuru Kukuri]] in ''VideoGame/MagicalBattleArena''. She's a SuperDeformed sorceress that uses hilariously cute spells and out-adorables every other character by miles (which is saying something since this game is filled to the brim with {{Magical Girl}}s), but good grief, she is deadly. Between the strawberry firing Strawberry Snake (read: Machine Gun), the smiling pink Mini-Planet (read: GravitySucks Mines), and the cat totem-pole Long Voiced Cat (read: ManaDrain), all of which she can cast nigh-instantaneously, she's a deceptively dangerous fighter in the battlefield.
2nd Sep '17 2:21:27 AM Grudgeal
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*** Notably, in ''VideoGame/SunlessSea'' you can come across an island where factions of the two species are at war. You must back one of the two sides, but post-victory you can succeed in forging an alliance that leads to a united republic/kingdom that can stand on its own as a minor power in the Unterzee.


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* Isadora from ''VideoGame/AtlasReactor'' is a squirrel with an IQ of 6,000, a desire for world domination, and a DeathRay. Other (if not quite as ludicrous) examples from the same game include the toy robot with military laser weaponry (Oz), the RobotDog {{mascot}} with stealth and shapeshifting abilities ([=PuP=]) and the eternally happy EnergyBeing who can reduce people to their component atoms (Quark).
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