5th Apr '14 8:03:43 PM ChaoticBrain
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Removed since it's not an example - there are no cases in the series I can think of which follow the trope description of a single monster going from more to less monstrous-looking as it gains power. We have a different trope for the phenomenon described in the example.
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come to think of it, "characteristics" was too broad—it's not like eating good people would make the monster good
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