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24th Jun '16 5:12:30 PM nombretomado
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* Elmyra in ''TinyToonAdventures'' utterly terrifies any FunnyAnimal that she encounters, as her attempts to "love" cute critters [[AndCallHimGeorge tend to cause extreme pain]].

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* Elmyra in ''TinyToonAdventures'' ''WesternAnimation/TinyToonAdventures'' utterly terrifies any FunnyAnimal that she encounters, as her attempts to "love" cute critters [[AndCallHimGeorge tend to cause extreme pain]].



* Spoofed in ''TheSimpsons'' episode "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner." Homer's shouting "[[CatchPhrase D'oh!]]" makes the zoo animals panic.

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* Spoofed in ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' episode "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner." Homer's shouting "[[CatchPhrase D'oh!]]" makes the zoo animals panic.



* ''SushiPack'': The very presence of Sir Darkly causes everyone in the vicinity to instantly burst into tears. On top of that, wherever he goes flowers wilt, ice cream scoops fall off of cones, and water even freezes.

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* ''SushiPack'': ''WesternAnimation/SushiPack'': The very presence of Sir Darkly causes everyone in the vicinity to instantly burst into tears. On top of that, wherever he goes flowers wilt, ice cream scoops fall off of cones, and water even freezes.
22nd Jun '16 1:42:48 PM StrixObscuro
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* The ''ComicBook/EarthTwo'' version of Solomon Grundy is the "Champion of the Grey", created to drain all life from the earth.

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* The ''ComicBook/EarthTwo'' ''ComicBook/{{Earth 2}}'' version of Solomon Grundy is the "Champion of the Grey", created to drain all life from the earth.



* The most ancient and evil vampires, such as ''{{Dracula}}'', tend to fall into this trope, with only the "children of the night" (bats, wolves and other animals seen as evil back in the day) able to abide them.

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* The most ancient and evil vampires, such as ''{{Dracula}}'', ''Film/{{Dracula}}'', tend to fall into this trope, with only the "children of the night" (bats, wolves and other animals seen as evil back in the day) able to abide them.
22nd Jun '16 1:23:36 PM StrixObscuro
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* Decay of MarvelComics.

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* Decay of MarvelComics.Creator/MarvelComics.



* Styx gets a mention but Carrion doesn't? Guy has got a DEATH TOUCH and exists to spread it.

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* Styx gets a mention but Carrion doesn't? Guy has got a DEATH TOUCH and exists to spread it.


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* The ''ComicBook/EarthTwo'' version of Solomon Grundy is the "Champion of the Grey", created to drain all life from the earth.
22nd Jun '16 12:23:30 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''Anime/YuGiOh5Ds'', [[PsychoPsychologist Professor Frank]] is this, but only in the Spirit World, where he seems to exude an evil aura that corrupts and rots the ecosystem, causing Ancient Fairy Dragon to intervene and try to kill him. (Ruka pleads with her to spare him, but when that fails, she is able to force a draw in their duel to end it and "kick" them both out of the place.)
11th Jun '16 3:48:18 PM nombretomado
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* In the seventh book of the ''SwordOfTruth'' series, Oba listens to the whispers of The Keeper of the Underworld and animals start fearing him. Later, Jennsen realizes she has been corrupted as well when her goat runs away from her.

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* In the seventh book of the ''SwordOfTruth'' ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, Oba listens to the whispers of The Keeper of the Underworld and animals start fearing him. Later, Jennsen realizes she has been corrupted as well when her goat runs away from her.
19th May '16 9:51:58 AM Doug86
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** Also [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} Wither]]. But that's more of a case of [[BlessedWithSuck his mutant power]], and less that he's that terrifying - he's really just an EmoTeen. [[spoiler:Before his FaceHeelTurn, anyway.]]
** And Styx, an enemy of Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}. It's not clear whether this result of curing his cancer means he's BlessedWithSuck or not, since he very much enjoys what he does.
** Writers have occasionally portrayed ComicBook/{{X-Men}} villain Mojo as being this, too. ComicBook/DoctorStrange has made it clear that if Mojo left his PocketDimension and came to Earth it would be a ''very'' bad thing.

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** Also [[Comicbook/{{X-Men}} [[Comicbook/XMen Wither]]. But that's more of a case of [[BlessedWithSuck his mutant power]], and less that he's that terrifying - he's really just an EmoTeen. [[spoiler:Before his FaceHeelTurn, anyway.]]
** And Styx, an enemy of Comicbook/{{Spider-Man}}.Comicbook/SpiderMan. It's not clear whether this result of curing his cancer means he's BlessedWithSuck or not, since he very much enjoys what he does.
** Writers have occasionally portrayed ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen villain Mojo as being this, too. ComicBook/DoctorStrange has made it clear that if Mojo left his PocketDimension and came to Earth it would be a ''very'' bad thing.



* Linda Tarvara of the ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' Graphic Novels essentially has a power similar to Rogue of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, being able to suck the life (Indeed, it's implied the very essence or "Soul") out of someone. The difference between her and Rogue? She really, REALLY likes doing it. Yeah, she's a sick puppy.

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* Linda Tarvara of the ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' Graphic Novels essentially has a power similar to Rogue of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}}, ComicBook/XMen, being able to suck the life (Indeed, it's implied the very essence or "Soul") out of someone. The difference between her and Rogue? She really, REALLY likes doing it. Yeah, she's a sick puppy.
4th Mar '16 7:49:01 AM Morgenthaler
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* Cady from ''{{Reaper}}'' occasionally makes things around her wither and die.

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* Cady from ''{{Reaper}}'' ''Series/{{Reaper}}'' occasionally makes things around her wither and die.
15th Jan '16 9:17:39 PM nombretomado
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* ''TheStand'': Randall Flagg has been known to cause fatal brain embolisms in various animals. And [[WalkingWasteland withers the grass where he walks]].

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* ''TheStand'': ''Literature/TheStand'': Randall Flagg has been known to cause fatal brain embolisms in various animals. And [[WalkingWasteland withers the grass where he walks]].
29th Dec '15 6:06:44 PM nombretomado
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* In an [[AvertedTrope aversion]], Lina Inverse from ''{{Slayers}}'' is ''called'' "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The Enemy of All Who Live]]" due to her... rather destructive temper. She displays none of the signs of this trope apart from everyone running away when she starts to cast a spell, and given that many spells in Slayers-world tend to be highly destructive [[FireBalls and]] [[IncendiaryExponent usually]] [[StuffBlowingUp explosive]] this is probably a good idea no matter who's casting them.

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* In an [[AvertedTrope aversion]], Lina Inverse from ''{{Slayers}}'' ''{{LightNovel/Slayers}}'' is ''called'' "[[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast The Enemy of All Who Live]]" due to her... rather destructive temper. She displays none of the signs of this trope apart from everyone running away when she starts to cast a spell, and given that many spells in Slayers-world tend to be highly destructive [[FireBalls and]] [[IncendiaryExponent usually]] [[StuffBlowingUp explosive]] this is probably a good idea no matter who's casting them.
24th Dec '15 4:25:11 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In the ''TabletopGame/DarkSun'' setting, every single wizard is an example of this trope; they drain life from the plants around them to fuel their magic. Some learn to limit their destruction so as not to cause permanent damage. Most... don't. The most powerful example of the latter is the Dragon (not to be confused with the [[TheDragon trope of]] [[ThisTropeIsNotAnExample the same name]]), which consumes animal as well as plant life and whose depredations are largely responsible for the ravaged state of the Dark Sun world.

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* In the ''TabletopGame/DarkSun'' setting, every single wizard is an example of this trope; they drain life from the plants around them to fuel their magic. Some learn to limit their destruction so as not to cause permanent damage. Most... don't. The most powerful example of the latter is the Dragon (not to be confused with the [[TheDragon trope of]] [[ThisTropeIsNotAnExample of the same name]]), which consumes animal as well as plant life and whose depredations are largely responsible for the ravaged state of the Dark Sun world.
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