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* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary'': Rosiel and Sandalphon may qualify. Rosiel has an [[WhoWantsToLiveForever immortal]], [[TheCorruption slowly rotting]] OrganicTechnology body that's made of tentacles and {{Squick}} (said rot has been [[MindRape Mind Raping]] him ''since before his birth'').
* In ''Manga/AnimalLand'', [[spoiler:the [[ArtificialHuman artificially created Human shaped Chimeras]] can pass off as regular humans in appearance until they start doing their BodyHorror transformations.]]
* In ''Manga/ApocalypseNoToride'' (Fortress of The Apocalypse) the four juvenile delinquents escape from prison (which has been overrun with zombies) into the city and encounter a giant mountain of rotting zombies controlled by an androgynous naked man on the top, using the zombies like a grotesque throne. When Maeda catches its attention, said naked man (who was about a half-mile away) uses the zombies to [[TheWormThatWalks move like a hideous organism]] at lightning speed, until it's only a foot in front of the terrified youth. A close-up reveals that it has [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Sharingan]]-like eyes, [[http://mangafox.me/manga/apocalypse_no_toride/v02/c004/24.html with three smaller eyes inhabiting each of its pupils]].
* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' has [[spoiler:Ronnie Schiatto]], an ancient and incomprehensibly powerful "demon" who decided to take human form and become a gangster [[ItAmusedMe for the lulz]]. While he's usually content to just sit back and be the AllPowerfulBystander, sometimes he likes to switch his Lovecraftian terror aura on while still in human form - it does wonders for negotiations.
-->If he had just been a simple mafioso, those gathered there would not have felt such an alien sense of awe. The aura rolling off of him was that of innumerable things mixed chaotically together... of something that was not human.



* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', [[TitleDrop the]] [[TheOmnipotent titular]] [[AmnesiacGod character]] and the [[RealityWarper Humanoid Interfaces]] only look human.
* Guu in ''Anime/HareGuu'' is a rare protagonist example. The first episode alone reveals her stomach is a PocketDimension and that she can swallow things alive!
* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', many of the Great Old Ones take humanoid shapes but are regarded as something inhuman and spiritually beyond the realms of human comprehension. The primary example is probably Asura, the incarnation of madness, whose presence causes hallucinations and reality to go wibbly-wobbly. [[spoiler:Lord Death]] is a more benign example, and [[spoiler:Death the Kid looks and acts entirely human to the point that it is a [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness a very bad sign]] when he denounces his connection to humanity (and [[OmnicidalManiac life itself]]) in favour of his decidedly inhuman heritage. Asura later reveals that he is the embodiment of Lord Death's fear, making him Kid's older brother.]]

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* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', [[TitleDrop the]] [[TheOmnipotent titular]] [[AmnesiacGod character]] ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' has [[OneWingedAngel Awakened]] [[BigBad Priscilla]], a nightmare that makes ''other nightmares'' crap their pants and required a different Abomination to perform a FusionDance to temporarily seal her away, yet most of the [[RealityWarper Humanoid Interfaces]] only look human.
* Guu in ''Anime/HareGuu'' is
time either looks like a rare protagonist example. The first episode alone reveals her stomach is human woman or a PocketDimension humanoid creature with jagged wings and a single horn. Her power so vastly outclasses the other Awakened Beings that she can swallow things alive!
* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', many of
has been called a PhysicalGod, but she is disinterested with the Great Old Ones take humanoid shapes but are regarded as something inhuman conflict between the Claymores and spiritually beyond the realms of human comprehension. The Organization, her primary example is probably Asura, the incarnation of madness, whose presence causes hallucinations motivations being eating everything she comes across and reality to go wibbly-wobbly. [[spoiler:Lord Death]] hunting down Clare.
* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': In a long list of over-powered heroes and villains, Majin Buu
is a more benign example, [[TimeAbyss incalculably ancient]] entity of destruction that eats the populations of whole cities, casually explodes planets, and [[spoiler:Death the Kid looks and acts entirely tears down dimensions by ''shouting'', shaped like a pint-sized human to the point that it is with bubblegum-pink skin and a [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness a very bad sign]] when he denounces his connection to humanity (and [[OmnicidalManiac life itself]]) in favour tentacle growing out of his decidedly inhuman heritage. Asura later reveals that he is head. He can become even more powerful (and conversely, weaker) by [[TheAssimilator assimilating others]], gaining their powers and personalities.
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'',
the embodiment [[spoiler:Black Dragon of Lord Death's fear, making him Kid's older brother.]]Apocalypse, Acnologia]] turns out to be capable of taking human form.



* The title character of ''Manga/{{Tomie}}'' might just look like an improbably beautiful teenage girl at first glance, but on closer inspection it's in an [[UncannyValley abnormally creepy way]] which [[RedRightHand underscores that she is NOT truly human]]. Unfortunately, by the time men figure ''that'' out, they're usually infatuated/obsessed with her and [[DrivenToMadness well on their way to complete insanity]]. Women who find this out are less affected, but have a hard time convincing anyone, as those not already completely fascinated by the new beauty in town usually ascribe it to mere jealousy. And don't get started on her [[FromASingleCell regeneration]] or how things [[RealityWarper always seem go in her favor even when they possibly couldn't]].
* The eponymous character of ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' falls more under this than [[OurVampiresAreDifferent traditional vampire origins.]] She's explicitly of the same breed as the much less humanoid {{Eldritch Abomination}}s she hunts, and is tasked with sending them all back to their original dimension.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary'': Rosiel and Sandalphon may qualify. Rosiel has an [[WhoWantsToLiveForever immortal]], [[TheCorruption slowly rotting]] OrganicTechnology body that's made of tentacles and {{Squick}} (said rot has been [[MindRape Mind Raping]] him ''since before his birth'').
* In ''Manga/ApocalypseNoToride'' (Fortress of The Apocalypse) the four juvenile delinquents escape from prison (which has been overrun with zombies) into the city and encounter a giant mountain of rotting zombies controlled by an androgynous naked man on the top, using the zombies like a grotesque throne. When Maeda catches its attention, said naked man (who was about a half-mile away) uses the zombies to [[TheWormThatWalks move like a hideous organism]] at lightning speed, until it's only a foot in front of the terrified youth. A close-up reveals that it has [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Sharingan]]-like eyes, [[http://mangafox.me/manga/apocalypse_no_toride/v02/c004/24.html with three smaller eyes inhabiting each of its pupils]].
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the [[spoiler:Black Dragon of Apocalypse, Acnologia]] turns out to be capable of taking human form.

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* Guu in ''Anime/HareGuu'' is a rare protagonist example. The title character of ''Manga/{{Tomie}}'' might just look like an improbably beautiful teenage girl at first glance, but on closer inspection it's in an [[UncannyValley abnormally creepy way]] which [[RedRightHand underscores episode alone reveals her stomach is a PocketDimension and that she is NOT truly human]]. Unfortunately, by the time men figure ''that'' out, they're usually infatuated/obsessed with her and [[DrivenToMadness well on their way to complete insanity]]. Women who find this out are less affected, but have a hard time convincing anyone, as those not already completely fascinated by the new beauty in town usually ascribe it to mere jealousy. And don't get started on her [[FromASingleCell regeneration]] or how can swallow things alive!
* In ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'', [[TitleDrop the]] [[TheOmnipotent titular]] [[AmnesiacGod character]] and the
[[RealityWarper always seem go in her favor Humanoid Interfaces]] only look human.
* In ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', Alucard looks like just an "ordinary" vampire. It turns out he's actually something far, far more horrific, being at the very least a HiveMind of ''millions'' of undead souls, all slaved to a single once-human mind. He freely shifts through the most horrific forms at will, with his "true form" being essentially a city-swallowing ocean of blood with wailing human and animal corpses rising half-formed from its depths and potentially becoming an independent army. [[spoiler: In the finale he goes
even when they possibly couldn't]].
further, killing off his undead army to become a walking, talking quantum anomaly.]]
* The eponymous character of ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' falls more under this than Pillar Men from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part II are horrifyingly powerful LongLived [[OurVampiresAreDifferent traditional vampire origins.]] She's explicitly of the same breed as the much less humanoid {{Eldritch Abomination}}s she hunts, vampiric superbeings]] who are borderline {{Physical God}}s [[TheAssimilator that absorb flesh on mere contact]] [[BodyHorror and is tasked with sending them all back to distort their original dimension.
* ''Manga/AngelSanctuary'': Rosiel
bodies in ways that are utterly impossible for humans]]. They also turn to stone when exposed to sunlight. The only thing that can really hurt or kill them is the Ripple, and Sandalphon may qualify. Rosiel even then it has an [[WhoWantsToLiveForever immortal]], [[TheCorruption slowly rotting]] OrganicTechnology body that's made of tentacles and {{Squick}} (said rot has been [[MindRape Mind Raping]] him ''since before his birth'').
* In ''Manga/ApocalypseNoToride'' (Fortress of The Apocalypse) the four juvenile delinquents escape
to be strong enough to penetrate their incredibly tough skin first. Yet aside from prison (which has been overrun with zombies) horns that are usually hidden by their headgear, the Pillar Men look almost exactly like humans. The Rock Humans from Part 8 also count.
* Gessho Kuki, aka The Shadow, and BigBad of ''Manga/KagerouNostalgia'' may look like a man (albeit one who is deep
into the city UncannyValley) but is not, and encounter never was, human. He's eventually revealed as a giant mountain mass of rotting zombies controlled evil magic left behind by an androgynous naked man on previous BigBad King Haku, and trapped in the top, form of a man. When he loses his temper he goes OneWingedAngel, changing into a billowing mass of magic that keeps only his human form's eyes.
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, the mother of the legendary Sage of Six Paths. Where she came from and whether she was human to begin with is unknown, but she had horns, the Byakugan, a ThirdEye combining the Rinnegan and Sharingan, [[spoiler:and considers herself the progenitor of chakra, which she possesses an unfathomable amount of]]. She was both worshipped as a goddess and feared as a demon due to her overwhelming power, [[spoiler:and her means of bringing "peace" to the world involved
using the zombies like a grotesque throne. [[LotusEaterMachine Infinite Tsukuyomi]] on people and then turning them into [[PlantPerson Zetsus]]. When Maeda catches its attention, said naked man (who was about a half-mile away) uses she saw her sons had inherited her power and were teaching others to use it, she assimilated the zombies [[WorldTree Shinju]] transformed into EldritchAbomination to [[TheWormThatWalks move like a hideous organism]] at lightning speed, until it's only a foot in front of the terrified youth. A close-up reveals that get it has [[Manga/{{Naruto}} Sharingan]]-like eyes, [[http://mangafox.me/manga/apocalypse_no_toride/v02/c004/24.html with three smaller eyes inhabiting each of its pupils]].
* In ''Manga/FairyTail'', the [[spoiler:Black Dragon of Apocalypse, Acnologia]] turns out to be capable of taking human form.
back.]]



* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' has [[spoiler:Ronnie Schiatto]], an ancient and incomprehensibly powerful "demon" who decided to take human form and become a gangster [[ItAmusedMe for the lulz]]. While he's usually content to just sit back and be the AllPowerfulBystander, sometimes he likes to switch his Lovecraftian terror aura on while still in human form - it does wonders for negotiations.
-->If he had just been a simple mafioso, those gathered there would not have felt such an alien sense of awe. The aura rolling off of him was that of innumerable things mixed chaotically together... of something that was not human.
* Gessho Kuki, aka The Shadow, and BigBad of ''Manga/KagerouNostalgia'' may look like a man (albeit one who is deep into the UncannyValley) but is not, and never was, human. He's eventually revealed as a mass of evil magic left behind by previous BigBad King Haku, and trapped in the form of a man. When he loses his temper he goes OneWingedAngel, changing into a billowing mass of magic that keeps only his human form's eyes.
* ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' has [[OneWingedAngel Awakened]] [[BigBad Priscilla]], a nightmare that makes ''other nightmares'' crap their pants and required a different Abomination to perform a FusionDance to temporarily seal her away, yet most of the time either looks like a human woman or a humanoid creature with jagged wings and a single horn. Her power so vastly outclasses the other Awakened Beings that she has been called a PhysicalGod, but she is disinterested with the conflict between the Claymores and the Organization, her primary motivations being eating everything she comes across and hunting down Clare.
* In ''Manga/AnimalLand'', [[spoiler:the [[ArtificialHuman artificially created Human shaped Chimeras]] can pass off as regular humans in appearance until they start doing their BodyHorror transformations.]]

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* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'' has [[spoiler:Ronnie Schiatto]], an ancient and incomprehensibly powerful "demon" who decided to take It's never actually revealed ''what'' Kazuo Umezu's Orochi is, but human form and become a gangster [[ItAmusedMe for isn't even in the lulz]]. While he's usually content to just sit back and be the AllPowerfulBystander, sometimes he likes to switch his Lovecraftian terror aura on while still in human form - it does wonders for negotiations.
-->If he had just been
running, despite her looking like a simple mafioso, those gathered there would not have felt such an alien sense of awe. The aura rolling off of him was that of innumerable young teen girl. She can make things mixed chaotically together... of something that was not human.
* Gessho Kuki, aka The Shadow,
happen by pointing, use her blood and BigBad of ''Manga/KagerouNostalgia'' may look life force to do things like a man (albeit animate inanimate objects (though the one who is deep into time we see her try, it goes wrong), can come back from being pulverized to a puddle of blood by a speeding train after a few years with a weakening of her powers being the UncannyValley) but is not, only way she's worse for wear, and never was, human. He's more.
* ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' has entities called Chains, which can form contracts with humans and will
eventually revealed as a mass of evil magic left behind by previous BigBad King Haku, consume them. They run the gamut from this trope to AnimalisticAbomination to all-out EldritchAbomination, and trapped in the form many of a man. When he loses his temper he goes OneWingedAngel, changing into a billowing mass of magic that keeps only his human form's eyes.
* ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'' has [[OneWingedAngel Awakened]] [[BigBad Priscilla]], a nightmare that makes ''other nightmares'' crap their pants and required a different Abomination
them used to perform a FusionDance to temporarily seal her away, yet most of the time either looks like a human woman or a humanoid creature with jagged wings and a single horn. Her power so vastly outclasses the other Awakened Beings that she has been called a PhysicalGod, but she is disinterested with the conflict between the Claymores and the Organization, her primary motivations being eating everything she comes across and hunting down Clare.
* In ''Manga/AnimalLand'', [[spoiler:the [[ArtificialHuman artificially created Human shaped Chimeras]] can pass off as regular
be humans in appearance until they start doing their BodyHorror transformations.]]and animals that fell into [[EldritchLocation the Abyss]].



* In ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}'', Alucard looks like just an "ordinary" vampire. It turns out he's actually something far, far more horrific, being at the very least a HiveMind of ''millions'' of undead souls, all slaved to a single once-human mind. He freely shifts through the most horrific forms at will, with his "true form" being essentially a city-swallowing ocean of blood with wailing human and animal corpses rising half-formed from its depths and potentially becoming an independent army. [[spoiler: In the finale he goes even further, killing off his undead army to become a walking, talking quantum anomaly.]]
* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' has Kaguya Ōtsutsuki, the mother of the legendary Sage of Six Paths. Where she came from and whether she was human to begin with is unknown, but she had horns, the Byakugan, a ThirdEye combining the Rinnegan and Sharingan, [[spoiler:and considers herself the progenitor of chakra, which she possesses an unfathomable amount of]]. She was both worshipped as a goddess and feared as a demon due to her overwhelming power, [[spoiler:and her means of bringing "peace" to the world involved using the [[LotusEaterMachine Infinite Tsukuyomi]] on people and then turning them into [[PlantPerson Zetsus]]. When she saw her sons had inherited her power and were teaching others to use it, she assimilated the [[WorldTree Shinju]] transformed into EldritchAbomination to get it back.]]



* ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' has entities called Chains, which can form contracts with humans and will eventually consume them. They run the gamut from this trope to AnimalisticAbomination to all-out EldritchAbomination, and many of them used to be humans and animals that fell into [[EldritchLocation the Abyss]].
* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': In a long list of over-powered heroes and villains, Majin Buu is a [[TimeAbyss incalculably ancient]] entity of destruction that eats the populations of whole cities, casually explodes planets, and tears down dimensions by ''shouting'', shaped like a pint-sized human with bubblegum-pink skin and a tentacle growing out of his head. He can become even more powerful (and conversely, weaker) by [[TheAssimilator assimilating others]], gaining their powers and personalities.
* The Pillar Men from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part II are horrifyingly powerful LongLived [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampiric superbeings]] who are borderline {{Physical God}}s [[TheAssimilator that absorb flesh on mere contact]] [[BodyHorror and distort their bodies in ways that are utterly impossible for humans]]. They also turn to stone when exposed to sunlight. The only thing that can really hurt or kill them is the Ripple, and even then it has to be strong enough to penetrate their incredibly tough skin first. Yet aside from horns that are usually hidden by their headgear, the Pillar Men look almost exactly like humans. The Rock Humans from Part 8 also count.
* It's never actually revealed ''what'' Kazuo Umezu's Orochi is, but human isn't even in the running, despite her looking like a young teen girl. She can make things happen by pointing, use her blood and life force to do things like animate inanimate objects (though the one time we see her try, it goes wrong), can come back from being pulverized to a puddle of blood by a speeding train after a few years with a weakening of her powers being the only way she's worse for wear, and more.

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* ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' has entities called Chains, which can form contracts with humans and will eventually consume them. They run the gamut from this trope to AnimalisticAbomination to all-out EldritchAbomination, and In ''Manga/SoulEater'', many of them used to be humans the Great Old Ones take humanoid shapes but are regarded as something inhuman and animals that fell into [[EldritchLocation spiritually beyond the Abyss]].
* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'': In a long list
realms of over-powered heroes and villains, Majin Buu is a [[TimeAbyss incalculably ancient]] entity of destruction that eats the populations of whole cities, casually explodes planets, and tears down dimensions by ''shouting'', shaped like a pint-sized human with bubblegum-pink skin comprehension. The primary example is probably Asura, the incarnation of madness, whose presence causes hallucinations and reality to go wibbly-wobbly. [[spoiler:Lord Death]] is a tentacle growing out more benign example, and [[spoiler:Death the Kid looks and acts entirely human to the point that it is a [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness a very bad sign]] when he denounces his connection to humanity (and [[OmnicidalManiac life itself]]) in favour of his head. He can become even more powerful (and conversely, weaker) decidedly inhuman heritage. Asura later reveals that he is the embodiment of Lord Death's fear, making him Kid's older brother.]]
* The title character of ''Manga/{{Tomie}}'' might just look like an improbably beautiful teenage girl at first glance, but on closer inspection it's in an [[UncannyValley abnormally creepy way]] which [[RedRightHand underscores that she is NOT truly human]]. Unfortunately,
by [[TheAssimilator assimilating others]], gaining the time men figure ''that'' out, they're usually infatuated/obsessed with her and [[DrivenToMadness well on their powers and personalities.
way to complete insanity]]. Women who find this out are less affected, but have a hard time convincing anyone, as those not already completely fascinated by the new beauty in town usually ascribe it to mere jealousy. And don't get started on her [[FromASingleCell regeneration]] or how things [[RealityWarper always seem go in her favor even when they possibly couldn't]].
* The Pillar Men from ''Manga/JojosBizarreAdventure'' Part II are horrifyingly powerful LongLived eponymous character of ''Manga/VampirePrincessMiyu'' falls more under this than [[OurVampiresAreDifferent vampiric superbeings]] who are borderline {{Physical God}}s [[TheAssimilator that absorb flesh on mere contact]] [[BodyHorror traditional vampire origins.]] She's explicitly of the same breed as the much less humanoid {{Eldritch Abomination}}s she hunts, and distort is tasked with sending them all back to their bodies in ways that are utterly impossible for humans]]. They also turn to stone when exposed to sunlight. The only thing that can really hurt or kill them is the Ripple, and even then it has to be strong enough to penetrate their incredibly tough skin first. Yet aside from horns that are usually hidden by their headgear, the Pillar Men look almost exactly like humans. The Rock Humans from Part 8 also count.
* It's never actually revealed ''what'' Kazuo Umezu's Orochi is, but human isn't even in the running, despite her looking like a young teen girl. She can make things happen by pointing, use her blood and life force to do things like animate inanimate objects (though the one time we see her try, it goes wrong), can come back from being pulverized to a puddle of blood by a speeding train after a few years with a weakening of her powers being the only way she's worse for wear, and more.
original dimension.
25th Sep '16 12:57:37 PM SorPepita
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** Counter Guardians look as human as the other Servants but are arguably even weirder. These beings aren't heroes in the traditional sense. They are the agents of Alaya, the collective will of humanity itself, and are deployed whenever something threatens humanity. Unleashing them is the equivalent of deploying a tactical nuke on the part of Alaya, and often ends with equivalent collateral damage. On certain occasions, Counter Guardians are willing, and ''have'', killed thousands of people to save humanity as a whole.

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** Counter Guardians look as human as the other Servants but are arguably even weirder. These beings aren't heroes in the traditional sense. They are the agents of Alaya, the collective will of humanity itself, and are deployed whenever something threatens humanity. Unleashing them is the equivalent of deploying a tactical nuke on the part of Alaya, and often ends with equivalent collateral damage. On certain occasions, Counter Guardians are willing, willing to, and ''have'', killed thousands of people to save humanity as a whole.
25th Sep '16 12:33:23 PM SorPepita
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* The Clockmaker, from Creator/AlastairReynolds' ''Literature/ThePrefect''. Can assume any shape, but its default form resembles a stretched out human form, spindly and quicksilver. Enjoys wanton slaughter and leaving intricately designed clocks and trinkets around... which may or may not be [[BodyHorror Body Horror-inducing]] booby traps.

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* The Clockmaker, [[spoiler:formerly Philip Lascaille]], from Creator/AlastairReynolds' ''Literature/ThePrefect''. Can assume any shape, but its default form resembles a stretched out human form, spindly and quicksilver. Enjoys wanton slaughter and leaving intricately designed clocks and trinkets around... which may or may not be [[BodyHorror Body Horror-inducing]] booby traps.
24th Sep '16 7:22:03 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Despite its appearance, they will very likely also not think in terms human reason can readily grasp, [[BlueAndOrangeMorality and will often lack anything resembling a recognizable or conventional moral code.]] At best, they will be comparable to TheFairFolk. Nor will they conform to the expected laws of nature - or magic, in such settings - so expect {{Lovecraftian Superpower}}s and other unspeakable traits.

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Despite its appearance, they will very likely also not think in terms human reason can readily grasp, [[BlueAndOrangeMorality and will often lack anything resembling a recognizable or conventional moral code.]] At best, they will be comparable to TheFairFolk.TheFairFolk (and indeed, many of TheFairFolk qualify as this trope -- which is to be expected, since "eldritch" originally meant "elven"). Nor will they conform to the expected laws of nature - or magic, in such settings - so expect {{Lovecraftian Superpower}}s and other unspeakable traits.



* Most if not all examples of TheFairFolk. To be expected, since "eldritch" originally meant "elven".
22nd Sep '16 7:49:03 PM M84
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* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', many of the Great Old Ones take humanoid shapes but are regarded as something inhuman and spiritually beyond the realms of human comprehension. The primary example is probably Asura, the incarnation of madness, whose presence causes hallucinations and reality to go wibbly-wobbly. [[spoiler:Lord Death]] is a more benign example, and [[spoiler:Death the Kid looks and acts entirely human to the point that it is a [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness a very bad sign]] when he denounces his connection to humanity (and [[OmnicidalManiac life itself]]) in favour of his decidedly inhuman heritage.]]

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* In ''Manga/SoulEater'', many of the Great Old Ones take humanoid shapes but are regarded as something inhuman and spiritually beyond the realms of human comprehension. The primary example is probably Asura, the incarnation of madness, whose presence causes hallucinations and reality to go wibbly-wobbly. [[spoiler:Lord Death]] is a more benign example, and [[spoiler:Death the Kid looks and acts entirely human to the point that it is a [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness a very bad sign]] when he denounces his connection to humanity (and [[OmnicidalManiac life itself]]) in favour of his decidedly inhuman heritage. Asura later reveals that he is the embodiment of Lord Death's fear, making him Kid's older brother.]]
22nd Sep '16 4:48:17 AM VoxAquila
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* ''Film/LostHighway:'' The Mystery Man. Upon meeting the main character he says they've meet before, at his home. When this denied, the Mystery Man has he's at the house ''right now,'' and to call him. [[MindScrew He answers.]]

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* ''Film/LostHighway:'' The Mystery Man. Upon meeting the main character he says they've meet before, at his home. When this denied, the Mystery Man has says he's at the house ''right now,'' and to call him. [[MindScrew He answers.]]
22nd Sep '16 4:47:23 AM VoxAquila
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* ''Film/LostHighway:'' The Mystery Man. Upon meeting the main character he says they've meet before, at his home. When this denied, the Mystery Man has he's at the house ''right now,'' and to call him. [[MindScrew He answers.]]
21st Sep '16 2:08:11 PM jakobitis
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** Daemonhosts are literally abominations bound into human bodies.
20th Sep '16 1:15:07 PM SorPepita
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* ''Literature/SpaceTrilogy'' The Un-man is a BigBad of a second book, and is a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent fallen eldila, who's heavily implied to be Satan.]], possessing one of his pawns. It's so petty and evil, that protagonist can't be near him for too long.

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* ''Literature/SpaceTrilogy'' ''Literature/SpaceTrilogy'': The Un-man is a the BigBad of a the second book, and is a [[OurDemonsAreDifferent fallen eldila, who's heavily implied to be Satan.]], Satan]], possessing one of his pawns. It's so petty and evil, that protagonist can't be near him for too long.
19th Sep '16 11:46:12 PM lalalei2001
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** When he returns, Tea has a STRONG UncannyValley reaction to him, until they return to the physical world where he can sucessfully borrow Ryou's humanity again.

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** When he returns, Tea has a STRONG strong UncannyValley reaction to him, until they return to the physical world where he can sucessfully successfully borrow Ryou's humanity again.
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