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20th Aug '16 7:54:42 AM AsherTye
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* The show's being what they were, many of the monsters in ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse'' and ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower'' fell into this if they weren't meant to look majestic somehow. Most memorable was Orko's pet from Trolla, a seven foot tall three eyed T-Rex like creature that felt the need to glop him when it wasn't being mind controlled. On the other side of the spectrum was Hordak's little buddy Imp, who tended to have all the mannerisms of a spoiled child.
10th Jul '16 4:36:17 PM whalewithwings
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[[caption-width-right:221:He's like a big puppy. From another world. [[{{Dissimile}} That spits corrosive acid.]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:221:He's like a big puppy. From puppy from another world. world, [[{{Dissimile}} That which spits corrosive acid.]]]]
15th Jun '16 8:34:22 PM nombretomado
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* The dragons of the ''{{Temeraire}}'' series. They're roughly as intelligent as humans and most of them grow to be massive, but they're generally [[IncrediblyLamePun flighty]] and very compassionate to their [[DragonRider human companions]]. And while they're intelligent, they only have the wisdom and common sense appropriate for their life experience, and most dragons we see are just a few months or years old. Thus there are many scenes where Temeraire has to be told politely but firmly that he can't just eat any cow he sees, they should be bought and paid for, even if it seems unfair to him that he can freely eat any fish he catches; and despite his size he makes slower progress than a human while walking because he's curious about every unfamiliar rock, tree and house he sees; and they think of human babies as eggs, and it's painfully awkward to explain to them that humans give birth differently; and feral dragons jockey for status among themselves on the most puffed-up pretenses.

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* The dragons of the ''{{Temeraire}}'' ''Literature/{{Temeraire}}'' series. They're roughly as intelligent as humans and most of them grow to be massive, but they're generally [[IncrediblyLamePun flighty]] and very compassionate to their [[DragonRider human companions]]. And while they're intelligent, they only have the wisdom and common sense appropriate for their life experience, and most dragons we see are just a few months or years old. Thus there are many scenes where Temeraire has to be told politely but firmly that he can't just eat any cow he sees, they should be bought and paid for, even if it seems unfair to him that he can freely eat any fish he catches; and despite his size he makes slower progress than a human while walking because he's curious about every unfamiliar rock, tree and house he sees; and they think of human babies as eggs, and it's painfully awkward to explain to them that humans give birth differently; and feral dragons jockey for status among themselves on the most puffed-up pretenses.
21st Mar '16 12:02:22 PM ClearMadness
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* In ''Literature/TheIronTeeth'' web serial, Blacknail the goblin is small little fellow with big cute eyes. He's also totally devoid of anything resembling morals and thinks nothing of killing people or other living things.

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* In ''Literature/TheIronTeeth'' web serial, Blacknail the goblin is small little fellow with big cute eyes. He's also totally devoid of anything resembling morals and thinks nothing of killing people or other living things. His small size and tiny reach makes violence somewhat difficult for him though.
21st Mar '16 12:00:56 PM ClearMadness
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* In ''Literature/TheIronTeeth'' web serial, Blacknail the goblin is small little fellow with big cute eyes. He's also totally devoid of anything resembling morals and thinks nothing of killing people or other living things.
24th Feb '16 9:08:09 PM Mhazard
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See also AdorableAbomination for cute EldritchAbomination.

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See In some cases, the Cute Monster might be EldritchAbomination themselves, see also AdorableAbomination for cute EldritchAbomination.
AdorableAbomination.
24th Feb '16 9:06:06 PM Mhazard
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See also AdorableAbomination for cute EldritchAbomination.
27th Jan '16 3:17:29 PM Piando
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7th Jan '16 6:11:06 PM nombretomado
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* Spike from ''SpaceQuest V'' is treated as one, despite whiddling acid and being a [[Franchise/{{Alien}} facehugger]] in all but name.

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* Spike from ''SpaceQuest V'' ''VideoGame/SpaceQuestVTheNextMutation'' is treated as one, despite whiddling acid and being a [[Franchise/{{Alien}} facehugger]] in all but name.
19th Nov '15 11:21:59 PM Xelloss08
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* The Literature/{{Boojumverse}} has Cheshires, little eldritch beasties which are treated a lot like cats. They're useful for hunting extradimensional Cthuloid vermin like Toves, and are intelligent and loyal towards their owners. [[spoiler:They are actually young Hounds of Tindalos; and if their growth wasn't stunted to prevent them from maturing, they would become members of the race of unstoppable monsters called Bandersnatches]].
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