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20th Jan '16 3:59:30 PM Trogdor7620
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* The [[BigCreepyCrawlies Cy-]][[AlwaysChaoticEvil Bugs]] of ''Disney/WreckItRalph''. When one newly-hatched Cy-Bug is inadvertently taken from it's home game of Hero's Duty into the cutesy kart-racing game Sugar Rush, in the process of one night, it manages to create an entire colony of Cy-bugs, big enough to cause a [[ApocalypseHow Class 4]] apocalypse event.
17th Jan '16 4:12:04 PM nombretomado
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* ''StarControl'' has the Shofixti, a sentient rodent species. At the time of ''Star Control II'', due to the war against the Ur-Quan, their species is down to [[AdamAndEvePlot one male and six females]]. Bring them together and the species repopulates within a few weeks, and gives you a cheap supply of crewmembers for your fleet.
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* ''StarControl'' ''VideoGame/StarControl'' has the Shofixti, a sentient rodent species. At the time of ''Star Control II'', due to the war against the Ur-Quan, their species is down to [[AdamAndEvePlot one male and six females]]. Bring them together and the species repopulates within a few weeks, and gives you a cheap supply of crewmembers for your fleet.
7th Jan '16 6:16:04 PM nombretomado
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* Space Monkeys in ''SpaceQuest V''. They actually ''exploded a space station they were in''.
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* Space Monkeys in ''SpaceQuest V''.''VideoGame/SpaceQuestVTheNextMutation''. They actually ''exploded a space station they were in''.
4th Jan '16 5:40:16 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The "[[TheHerculoids Squishface]]" from ''WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2021}}'' when its has alcohol. Also shares characteristics with [[LilAbner shmoos]] and Film/{{Gremlins}}.
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* The "[[TheHerculoids "[[WesternAnimation/TheHerculoids Squishface]]" from ''WesternAnimation/{{Sealab 2021}}'' when its has alcohol. Also shares characteristics with [[LilAbner [[ComicStrip/LilAbner shmoos]] and Film/{{Gremlins}}.

* ''TheTransformers'' G1 episode "Kremzeek" was about a little [[EnergyBeing energy creature]] who did this.
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* ''TheTransformers'' ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' G1 episode "Kremzeek" was about a little [[EnergyBeing energy creature]] who did this.
2nd Jan '16 5:02:03 AM jormis29
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** And what's worse, this theory isn't very far from reality: individual Orkoids release spores gradually over time and ''en masse'' on death (being Orks, they tend to do that a lot). If the spores find somewhere safe and out of the way to grow, they usually first produce useful mushrooms and varieties of Squig, followed by Snotlings and Gretchen who begin cultivating the land, taming the Squigs and establishing crude settlements, until the actual Orks start to grow and take charge of the burgeoning tribe. The timeframe for this process is not very long at all, likely only a few years. Chances are if a single green-skin organism lands on a planet, it will be infested with them for centuries to come, as the local inhabitants will have to continually fight off increasingly larger hordes of greenskins attacking from the wilderness. The only way to stop this is to burn the Orks' bodies after killing them.
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** And what's worse, this theory isn't very far from reality: individual Orkoids release spores gradually over time and ''en masse'' on death (being Orks, they tend to do that a lot). If the spores find somewhere safe and out of the way to grow, they usually first produce useful mushrooms and varieties of Squig, followed by Snotlings and Gretchen who begin cultivating the land, taming the Squigs and establishing crude settlements, until the actual Orks start to grow and take charge of the burgeoning tribe. The timeframe for this process is not very long at all, likely only a few years. Chances are if a single green-skin organism lands on a planet, it will be infested with them for centuries to come, as the local inhabitants will have to continually fight off increasingly larger hordes of greenskins attacking from the wilderness. The only way to stop this is to [[FireKeepsItDead burn the Orks' bodies after killing them.them]].
2nd Jan '16 4:43:10 AM thatmadork
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** And what's worse, this theory isn't very far from reality: individual Orkoids release spores gradually over time and ''en masse'' on death (being Orks, they tend to do that a lot). If the spores find somewhere safe and out of the way to grow, they usually first produce useful mushrooms and varieties of Squig, followed by Snotlings and Gretchen who begin cultivating the land, taming the Squigs and establishing crude settlements, until the actual Orks start to grow and take charge of the burgeoning tribe. The timeframe for this process is not very long at all, likely only a few years. Chances are if a single green-skin organism lands on a planet, it will be infested with them for centuries to come, as the local inhabitants will have to continually fight off increasingly larger hordes of greenskins attacking from the wilderness. The only way to stop this is to burn the Orks' bodies after killing them.
10th Dec '15 8:56:32 PM Berrenta
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** A commercial pokes fun at the length of credit card verification by having a pair of rabbits a girl and her father bought multiply exponentially.
10th Dec '15 8:53:53 PM Berrenta
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* Here's a fun experiment: Take any two [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction compatible]] Franchise/{{Pokemon}}, and leave them at the Day Care. Once you have your egg, time how long it takes for the next one to appear. [[http://trickeria.deviantart.com/art/Pokemon-THAT-S-JUST-GROSS-167322186 Repeat ad nauseum.]]
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* Here's a fun experiment: Take any two [[HotSkittyOnWailordAction compatible]] Franchise/{{Pokemon}}, and leave them at the Day Care. Once you have your egg, time how long it takes for the next one to appear. [[http://trickeria.deviantart.com/art/Pokemon-THAT-S-JUST-GROSS-167322186 Repeat ad nauseum.]]
16th Nov '15 5:19:12 PM Prfnoff
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* In ''BioMetal'', a computer analysis apparently shows the titular monsters increasing in such a number that, if their planet is not destroyed within 32 hours, they would take over the entire galaxy! * ''{{Creatures}}'': Norns. Especially a genetic variant known as Fast-ager norns, who reach adulthood within seconds, live forever and are incredibly fertile. Many Fast-ager norns also go through pregnancy extremely fast, leaving them ready to breed almost immediately. If it weren't for the population limit preventing new eggs from hatching, they'd crash your game.
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* In ''BioMetal'', ''VideoGame/BioMetal'', a computer analysis apparently shows the titular monsters increasing in such a number that, if their planet is not destroyed within 32 hours, they would take over the entire galaxy! * ''{{Creatures}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Creatures}}'': Norns. Especially a genetic variant known as Fast-ager norns, who reach adulthood within seconds, live forever and are incredibly fertile. Many Fast-ager norns also go through pregnancy extremely fast, leaving them ready to breed almost immediately. If it weren't for the population limit preventing new eggs from hatching, they'd crash your game.
14th Nov '15 11:29:33 AM nombretomado
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* In ''WebVideo/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', it's played as a RunningGag with the ancient Eldar - whenever a pair of them appears on screen, they multiply exponentially until entire screen is covered with them. The Emperor mentions that they were breeding so fast, they eventually ruined their reproductive cycle, explaining why in present day they are EndangeredSpecies.
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* In ''WebVideo/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', ''WebAnimation/IfTheEmperorHadATextToSpeechDevice'', it's played as a RunningGag with the ancient Eldar - whenever a pair of them appears on screen, they multiply exponentially until entire screen is covered with them. The Emperor mentions that they were breeding so fast, they eventually ruined their reproductive cycle, explaining why in present day they are EndangeredSpecies.
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