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27th May '17 7:58:05 PM rmctagg09
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* The Beast Titan from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' does not resemble a human as much as other Titans do, being more reminiscient of a gigantic sasquatch. [[spoiler: It's also shaping up to be the BigBad, and the MonsterProgenitor. Oh, and ItCanThink, talk, and command lesser Titans.]]

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* The Beast Titan from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' does not resemble a human as much as other Titans do, being more reminiscient of a gigantic sasquatch. [[spoiler: It's [[spoiler:It's also shaping up to be the BigBad, and the MonsterProgenitor. Oh, and ItCanThink, talk, and command lesser Titans.]]



* The more powerful beast gods of ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' are implied to sometimes reach this status, but the title most definitely goes to The Great Bear Who Hunts The Moon. [[spoiler: He ''ate'' Yuetsu. The ''country.'']]

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* The more powerful beast gods of ''LightNovel/SpiceAndWolf'' are implied to sometimes reach this status, but the title most definitely goes to The Great Bear Who Hunts The Moon. [[spoiler: He [[spoiler:He ''ate'' Yuetsu. The ''country.'']]



* In the ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' x ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' crossover, ''[[FanFic/UnwelcomeStormsHunter Hunter]]'', Beasts have this appearance. [[spoiler: Sophia is the most notable, as she's the first one seen in Brockton Bay.]]

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* In the ''Literature/{{Worm}}'' x ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' crossover, ''[[FanFic/UnwelcomeStormsHunter Hunter]]'', Beasts have this appearance. [[spoiler: Sophia [[spoiler:Sophia is the most notable, as she's the first one seen in Brockton Bay.]]



** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduce a number of beings known as Ultra Beasts, denizens of an EldritchLocation known as Ultra Space. They arrive into the Pokémon via [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Ultra Wormholes]]. These being also possess powers that make them incredibly dangerous to humans and Pokémon alike. [[spoiler: It turns out that Ultra Beasts are in fact Pokémon themselves and the reason they're so dangerous is the fact that they're disoriented by traveling into an alien dimension against their wills and are also overflowing with energy from the Ultra Wormholes.]]
** Also introduced in ''Sun and Moon'' are the box legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala. [[spoiler: They also come from Ultra Space and have the ability to travel between dimensions as well. Cosmog and Cosmoem evolve into either Solgaleo and Lunala and are also theorized to be Ultra Beasts as well.]]. Another Pokémon, Necromza is a giant black... Crystal thing. [[spoiler: It might be an Ultra Beast, but its relationship to them is sketchy]].

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduce a number of beings known as Ultra Beasts, denizens of an EldritchLocation known as Ultra Space. They arrive into the Pokémon via [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Ultra Wormholes]]. These being also possess powers that make them incredibly dangerous to humans and Pokémon alike. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It turns out that Ultra Beasts are in fact Pokémon themselves and the reason they're so dangerous is the fact that they're disoriented by traveling into an alien dimension against their wills and are also overflowing with energy from the Ultra Wormholes.]]
** Also introduced in ''Sun and Moon'' are the box legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala. [[spoiler: They [[spoiler:They also come from Ultra Space and have the ability to travel between dimensions as well. Cosmog and Cosmoem evolve into either Solgaleo and Lunala and are also theorized to be Ultra Beasts as well.]]. Another Pokémon, Necromza is a giant black... Crystal thing. [[spoiler: It [[spoiler:It might be an Ultra Beast, but its relationship to them is sketchy]].



* ''Webcomic/NatureOfNaturesArt'' has a rather [[MindScrew trippy]] example suggested at the end of the ''Lycosa'' storyline. [[spoiler: Gladicosa posits that Lycosa herself isn't a real spider, but an entity formed from the abandoned individuality of the members of Venom 8.]]

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* ''Webcomic/NatureOfNaturesArt'' has a rather [[MindScrew trippy]] example suggested at the end of the ''Lycosa'' storyline. [[spoiler: Gladicosa [[spoiler:Gladicosa posits that Lycosa herself isn't a real spider, but an entity formed from the abandoned individuality of the members of Venom 8.]]
27th May '17 7:02:17 PM PDL
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduce a number of being known as Ultra Beasts, denizens of an EldritchLocation known as Ultra Space. They arrive into the Pokémon via [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Ultra Wormholes]]. These being also possess powers that make them incredibly dangerous to humans and Pokémon alike. [[spoiler: It turns out that Ultra Beasts are in fact Pokémon themselves and the reason they're so dangerous is the fact that they're disoriented by traveling into an alien dimension against their wills and are also overflowing with energy from the Ultra Wormholes.]]

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduce a number of being beings known as Ultra Beasts, denizens of an EldritchLocation known as Ultra Space. They arrive into the Pokémon via [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Ultra Wormholes]]. These being also possess powers that make them incredibly dangerous to humans and Pokémon alike. [[spoiler: It turns out that Ultra Beasts are in fact Pokémon themselves and the reason they're so dangerous is the fact that they're disoriented by traveling into an alien dimension against their wills and are also overflowing with energy from the Ultra Wormholes.]]
27th May '17 7:01:18 PM PDL
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** Groudon and Kyogre are astoundingly old, slumber in places well beyond the reach of humans, and can literally shape the world with their powers, and awakening them constitutes an apocalyptic event that could quite possibly wipe out all life on the planet. Rayquaza, meanwhile, is their mediator, which is to say that when those two have their squabbles, it swoops in to break it up and keep the planet from being flooded or reduced to a barren rock, and while it doesn't have the WalkingWasteland attributes of the other two, it's still frighteningly powerful and beyond the reach of humans.
** Xerneas, Yveltal and Zygarde from ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' are similar to Groudon, Kyogre and Rayquaza in that they also slumber and their awakening changes things in the world. However, Xerneas is a far more benevolent example then other examples listed here, although [[TheFairFolk its appearance and powers are certainly "Eldritch"]].
** Type: Null from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' is an artificial Pokémon created from various Pokémon to adapt to virtually any situation. As such, it possesses features such as a fish tail, front legs that resemble a bird's feet, and scales on its hind legs.

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** Groudon and Kyogre are astoundingly old, slumber in places well beyond the reach of humans, and can literally shape the world with their powers, and awakening them constitutes an apocalyptic event that could quite possibly wipe out all life on the planet. Rayquaza, meanwhile, is their mediator, which is to say that when those two have their squabbles, it swoops in to break it up and keep the planet from being flooded or reduced to a barren rock, and while it doesn't have the WalkingWasteland attributes of the other two, it's still frighteningly powerful and beyond the reach of humans.
humans. Groudon vaguely looks like a dinosaur, Kyorge resembles a whale and Rayquaza is a Chinese dragon.
** Xerneas, Yveltal and Zygarde from ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'' are similar to Groudon, Kyogre and Rayquaza in that they also slumber and their awakening changes things in the world. However, Xerneas is a far more benevolent example then other examples listed here, although [[TheFairFolk its appearance and powers are certainly "Eldritch"]].
"Eldritch"]]. Xerneas resembles a deer, Yveltal is bird-like and Zygarde usually resembles a large serpent. Usually because [[TheWormThatWalks its actually made up of smaller creatures and the more of them comprise the whole, the larger and stronger the form]].
** Type: Null from ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' is introduce a number of being known as Ultra Beasts, denizens of an artificial EldritchLocation known as Ultra Space. They arrive into the Pokémon created from various via [[OurWormholesAreDifferent Ultra Wormholes]]. These being also possess powers that make them incredibly dangerous to humans and Pokémon to adapt to virtually any situation. As such, it possesses features such as a fish tail, front legs alike. [[spoiler: It turns out that resemble a bird's feet, Ultra Beasts are in fact Pokémon themselves and scales on the reason they're so dangerous is the fact that they're disoriented by traveling into an alien dimension against their wills and are also overflowing with energy from the Ultra Wormholes.]]
** Also introduced in ''Sun and Moon'' are the box legendaries Solgaleo and Lunala. [[spoiler: They also come from Ultra Space and have the ability to travel between dimensions as well. Cosmog and Cosmoem evolve into either Solgaleo and Lunala and are also theorized to be Ultra Beasts as well.]]. Another Pokémon, Necromza is a giant black... Crystal thing. [[spoiler: It might be an Ultra Beast, but
its hind legs.relationship to them is sketchy]].
4th May '17 2:19:10 AM TheNerevarine
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* ''VideoGame/{{Darksiders}}'': Four of the Chosen were monstrous beings that resembled Earth animals with gigantic proportions: Tiamat was a giant bat, the Stygian is a massive sand worm, Sillitha was a GiantSpider while the Griever vaguely resembled a praying mantis, only even more terrifying. While employed as Hell's generals, they are not demons themselves but something far older natives from the Abyss that were summoned by the Destroyer to serve him.
17th Apr '17 3:57:31 PM Derkhan
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* In ''Literature/TheSorcererOfTheWildeeps'', the jukiere, or jook-toother tiger, from Demane's homeland is some kind of animalistic, necromantic sorcerer in the form of a green-furred tiger, with SuperSpeed, SuperStrength and a HealingFactor thrown in. It eats only pigs or people, but only when they're particularly fresh and likes its hide-out to stink to high heavens of death and decay.
16th Apr '17 11:49:50 AM Abodos
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]
16th Apr '17 11:49:48 AM Abodos
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]
16th Apr '17 11:49:47 AM Abodos
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]
16th Apr '17 11:49:47 AM Abodos
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]
16th Apr '17 11:49:47 AM Abodos
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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]

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** In ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'', [[spoiler:Ganon's final form goes even further with the abomination approach; on top of taking the boar-like appearance and making it an amalgamation of gel-like Malice, it's also stated to be the result of Ganon giving up on proper reincarnation into a physical body with an intelligent personality for the sake of destroying Hyrule with its uninhibited power. Its BossSubtitles even label this monstrosity "Hatred and Malice Incarnate."]]
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