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11th Feb '18 1:27:08 PM DaibhidC
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* Reynard Fossman in the ''Literature/RiversOfLondon'' books is a fae with red hair, a pointy face and an aura of disreputability that makes PC Grant want to arrest him on general principles. In ''The Hanging Tree'' he turns out to be a [[LegacyCharacter descendant]] of the original Reynard. Possibly CunningLikeAFox, but not nearly as much as the thinks, with a tendency to get in over his head. Also possibly a shapeshifter, since in a fight he ''almost'' seems to grow a muzzle before he starts biting people.

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* Reynard Fossman in the ''Literature/RiversOfLondon'' books is a fae with red hair, a pointy face and an aura of disreputability that makes PC Grant want to arrest him on general principles. In ''The Hanging Tree'' he turns out to be a [[LegacyCharacter descendant]] of the original Reynard. Possibly CunningLikeAFox, but not nearly as much as the he thinks, with a tendency to get in over his head. Also possibly a shapeshifter, since in a fight he ''almost'' seems to grow a muzzle before he starts biting people.
11th Feb '18 1:26:16 PM DaibhidC
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* Reynard Fossman in the ''Literature/RiversOfLondon'' books is a fae with red hair, a pointy face and an aura of disreputability that makes PC Grant want to arrest him on general principles. In ''The Hanging Tree'' he turns out to be a [[LegacyCharacter descendant]] of the original Reynard. Possibly CunningLikeAFox, but not nearly as much as the thinks, with a tendency to get in over his head. Also possibly a shapeshifter, since in a fight he ''almost'' seems to grow a muzzle before he starts biting people.
28th Jan '18 12:03:07 PM EDP
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* In ''WesternAnimation/MiraculousLadybug'', the Fox Miraculous, inhabitated by the fox-like spirit Trixx, gives it holder awesome illusion powers, as shown by Rena Rouge easily summoning an ''immense'' amusement park to distract the [[VillainOfTheWeek Sapotis]].
** Before the actual Fox Miraculous makes its debut, the imitator Volpina showed up with a similar power, her illusions being easily dispelled (something that foils her first attempt at getting the Ladybug Miraculous) but being easily spammed (the Miraculous' ones can be cast only once per transformation, and once they're used there's a five minutes countdown before a forced detransformation).
11th Jan '18 4:28:24 PM Vos
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* Reynaldo, the main protagonist in ''Stories: The Path of Destiny'', is a fox.

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* Reynaldo, Reynardo, the main protagonist in ''Stories: The Path of Destiny'', is a fox.
11th Jan '18 4:07:14 PM Vos
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' introduces Zorua and Zoroark, which are based on foxes and can create illusions in addition to the {{Kitsune}}-based Vulpix and Ninetales from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' and [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY sixth generation]] starter Fennekin. The Eeveelutions also resemble foxes, except for Espeon (based on a [[{{Youkai}} nekomata]]).

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' introduces Zorua and Zoroark, which are based on foxes the yako or nogitsune version of {{Kitsune}} and can create illusions in addition to the zenko {{Kitsune}}-based Vulpix and Ninetales from ''VideoGame/PokemonRedAndBlue'' and [[VideoGame/PokemonXAndY sixth generation]] starter Fennekin. The Eeveelutions also resemble foxes, foxes to a degree, except for Espeon (based on a [[{{Youkai}} nekomata]]).


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* Reynaldo, the main protagonist in ''Stories: The Path of Destiny'', is a fox.
16th Dec '17 3:50:55 PM Malady
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* The eponymous character of ''{{Laon}}''.

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* The eponymous character of ''{{Laon}}''.''Manhwa/{{Laon}}''.
9th Dec '17 12:55:52 PM creader
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28th Mar '17 4:41:29 AM Vos
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* Alef from ''VideoGame/ShiningForce'' is a foxling mage.
* Miles "Tails" Prower from the VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog series is a two-tailed fox who is Sonic's sidekick.
27th Nov '16 3:16:40 PM Goldfritha
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Since the fox is very clever, it is often depicted as a trickster, using cunning to get what it wants. In this guise it may be benevolent, teaching a lesson to the deceived, but more often it is only out for its own amusement or advancement, or even completely malicious.

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Since the fox is very clever, it is often depicted as a trickster, using cunning to get what it wants. In this guise it may be benevolent, teaching a lesson to the deceived, but more often it is only out for its own amusement or advancement, or even completely malicious.
malicious. It does tend to be more clever than wise, and often ends up the victim of its own pranks.
23rd Nov '16 10:09:05 PM Darth_Meow_504
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* In RealLife, calling a girl foxy (as an adjective) is a compliment, implying she is sexually attractive. On the other hand, it can refer to attractive older men who are referred to as {{silver fox}}es. In China, calling a woman ''huli jing'' implies that she's a homewrecker, so it is sort of similar to the English word 'bitch'. Calling a woman a vixen is similarly a comment on her attractiveness, with the added connotations that she is free-spirited or, alternatively, mean-spirited. A vulpine grin has fox-like characteristics - it often indicates the wearer is cunning or tricking the recipient.

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* In RealLife, calling a girl foxy (as an adjective) is a compliment, implying she is sexually attractive. On the other hand, it can refer to attractive older men who are referred to as {{silver fox}}es. In China, calling a woman ''huli jing'' implies that she's a homewrecker, so it is sort of similar to the English word 'bitch'. Calling a woman a vixen is similarly a comment on her attractiveness, with the added connotations that she is free-spirited or, alternatively, mean-spirited. A vulpine grin has fox-like characteristics - it often indicates the wearer is cunning or tricking the recipient. Also drawing on the fox as trickster concept, to be "outfoxed" means to be outsmarted or conned, and to be "crazy like a fox" is to seem foolish or insane but actually crafty and one step ahead of the competition.
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