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14th Jun '18 10:12:54 PM Kurogane7
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* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has the Mutant or [=FEV=] Hounds, feral dogs mutated by Super Mutatns into enormous freaks. Imagine a bulldog with a longer muzzle full of sharp teeth and green skin. Super Mutants use them as hunting and guard dogs. With ''Far Harbor'' installed you can buy three of them called Gracie, Scout, and Moby from a Super Mutant called Erikson to use as guard dogs. With ''Wasteland Workshop'' you can capture and tame Mutant Hounds to fight in a bloodsport.

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** In ''VideoGame/MonsterHunterWorld'', we get the Rotten Vale's own Odogaron; a creature that looks like a dog that has been FlayedAlive. It's a [[FragileSpeedster fast]], and [[GlassCannon vicious]] animal that's known to [[BloodKnight attack anything in sight]] with an immunity to the Dragon element. On the flipside, its immunity means it's suffering from a chronic case of SuicidalOverconfidence and being TooDumbToLive, as it is known to even attack Elder Dragons and '''[[TheDreaded Deviljho]]''' with no regard whatsoever for its own safety.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' has the Mutant or [=FEV=] Hounds, feral dogs mutated by Super Mutatns Mutants into enormous freaks. Imagine a bulldog with a longer muzzle full of sharp teeth and green skin. Super Mutants use them as hunting and guard dogs. With ''Far Harbor'' installed you can buy three of them called Gracie, Scout, and Moby from a Super Mutant called Erikson to use as guard dogs. With ''Wasteland Workshop'' you can capture and tame Mutant Hounds to fight in a bloodsport.
25th Apr '18 9:35:03 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** The Hounds of Shadow and eventually the [[spoiler:Hounds of Light]] are said to be the size of ponies, and the former can travel between realms using [[CastingAShadow shadow magic]] as they are basically the pets of the King of High House Shadow. They are also thousands, if not hundreds of thousands years old. Shadowthrone claims confidence in the Hounds' loyalty and guarding of his Shadow keep, but his right hand man Cotillion, the Patron God of Assassins, prefers to keep a weary eye on these 'pets'.

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** The Hounds of Shadow and eventually the [[spoiler:Hounds of Light]] are said to be the size of ponies, and the former can travel between realms using [[CastingAShadow shadow magic]] as they are basically the pets of the King of High House Shadow. They are also thousands, if not hundreds of thousands years old. Shadowthrone claims confidence in the Hounds' loyalty and guarding of his Shadow keep, but his right hand man Cotillion, the Patron God of Assassins, prefers to keep a weary wary eye on these 'pets'.
14th Apr '18 12:39:47 AM Mdumas43073
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29th Mar '18 12:00:37 AM SteelEdge
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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTensei'' has the recurring Cerberus and Othrus. Like practically all SMT demons, they are recruitable. Cerberus traditionally has one head due to its depiction in ''Literature/DigitalDevilStory'', and joins the protagonist early in the game. One Cerberus is unique because it can join the player at a higher level than the hero, which is normally impossible. In ''Shin Megami Tensei I'', that Cerberus was the hero's pet dog who fused with a demon to protect him, and is implied to be Madam's pet in ''Shin Megami Tensei II''.
25th Mar '18 7:15:55 AM Bruxist
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** In fact, "the Black Dog" is now a commonly used term among those struggling with depression, as a sort of coping mechanism.
23rd Mar '18 6:54:03 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* The [[CallASmeerpARabbit Tiger]]/[[MonsterClown Jo]][[TheGrimReaper ker]] hybrid in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 4'' is named after Barghest and resembles a Hell Hound.

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* The [[CallASmeerpARabbit Tiger]]/[[MonsterClown Jo]][[TheGrimReaper ker]] hybrid in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 4'' is named after Barghest and resembles a Hell Hound. Its entry in the encylcopedia states that it was born in hell.
23rd Mar '18 6:52:21 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* The Franchise/{{Digimon}} Dobermon is a demon beast Digimon based on the hellhound, albeit the one in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' [[DarkIsNotEvil is firmly on the side of good]].



* There's an Ultimate level ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' known as Cerberumon. There's also a card-game-only character named Anubismon. However, he's an ''aversion'' of EveryoneHatesHades - [[AllThereInTheManual the manual]] treats him as ''mythology'' treats death gods. Whether you're going to the Dark Area or eligible for reconfiguration is up to him.

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* There's an Ultimate level ''Franchise/{{Digimon}}'' known as Cerberumon. There's also a card-game-only character named Anubismon. However, he's an ''aversion'' of EveryoneHatesHades - [[AllThereInTheManual the manual]] treats him as ''mythology'' treats death gods. Whether you're going to the Dark Area or eligible for reconfiguration is up to him. Dobermon is also visually based on the trope, but the one in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' is [[DarkIsNotEvil firmly on the side of good]].
23rd Mar '18 6:50:33 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* The Franchise/{{Digimon}} Dobermon is a demon beast Digimon based on the hellhound, albeit the one in ''Anime/DigimonTamers'' [[DarkIsNotEvil is firmly on the side of good]].
23rd Mar '18 6:37:50 PM ninjamitsuki2
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* The [[CallASmeerpARabbit Tiger]]/[[MonsterClown Jo]][[TheGrimReaper ker]] hybrid in ''VideoGame/MonsterRancher 4'' is named after Barghest and resembles a Hell Hound.
18th Mar '18 1:07:56 PM nombretomado
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* Barghests are an enemy in the ''Franchise/WildArms'' series.

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* Barghests are an enemy in the ''Franchise/WildArms'' ''VideoGame/WildArms'' series.
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