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10th Jun '18 9:06:59 PM MagnusForce
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** ''Series/UltramanLeo'' added a fourth Capsule Monster named Sevengar, a robot stored inside a football-shaped capsule called a "Monster Ball" (keep in mind that this was some 20 years before ''Pokemon''!). He proved to be pretty strong, but had [[HourOfPower a 1 minute time limit]] and a 50 hour recharge time, [[AwesomeButImpractical which is probably why he's never been seen since]].
10th Jun '18 8:53:34 PM Kuruni
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMcPUgOhdKE Jellyfish Eyes]], the debut film of the famous visual artist Takashi Murakami is about a group of kids who able to communicate and control a group of fantastic creatures.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMcPUgOhdKE Jellyfish Eyes]], ''Film/JellyfishEyes'', the debut film of the famous visual artist Takashi Murakami is about a group of kids who able to communicate and control a group of fantastic creatures.
10th Jun '18 1:54:59 PM scudisreal
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The upcoming Paramount Animation film ''Monster on the Hill'', planned for a 2020 release, is about a world where "monster wrestling" is a popular sport and focuses on a human protagonist who becomes a manager for a monster.

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The *[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xMcPUgOhdKE Jellyfish Eyes]], the debut film of the famous visual artist Takashi Murakami is about a group of kids who able to communicate and control a group of fantastic creatures.
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upcoming Paramount Animation film ''Monster on the Hill'', planned for a 2020 release, is about a world where "monster wrestling" is a popular sport and focuses on a human protagonist who becomes a manager for a monster.
18th May '18 2:34:23 PM Sniccups
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A Mon[[note]]short for "monster", as in Franchise{{Pokemon}} (Pocket Monsters) and Anime/{{Digimon}} (Digital Monsters)[[/note]] is a creature, generally magically or mystically summoned, which fights on behalf of its summoner. This allows characters to fight each other without actually fighting themselves; instead, they conjure an avatar--perhaps a beast or a machine--that fights for them. Sometimes only one side will have Mons, so the characters on the other side directly fight the Mons. Wild Mons--those uncontrolled by anyone--are also known to appear.

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A Mon[[note]]short for "monster", as in Franchise{{Pokemon}} Franchise/{{Pokemon}} (Pocket Monsters) and Anime/{{Digimon}} (Digital Monsters)[[/note]] is a creature, generally magically or mystically summoned, which fights on behalf of its summoner. This allows characters to fight each other without actually fighting themselves; instead, they conjure an avatar--perhaps a beast or a machine--that fights for them. Sometimes only one side will have Mons, so the characters on the other side directly fight the Mons. Wild Mons--those uncontrolled by anyone--are also known to appear.
18th May '18 2:34:07 PM Sniccups
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A Mon[[note]]short for "monster"[[/note]] is a creature, generally magically or mystically summoned, which fights on behalf of its summoner. This allows characters to fight each other without actually fighting themselves; instead, they conjure an avatar--perhaps a beast or a machine--that fights for them. Sometimes only one side will have Mons, so the characters on the other side directly fight the Mons. Wild Mons--those uncontrolled by anyone--are also known to appear.

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A Mon[[note]]short for "monster"[[/note]] "monster", as in Franchise{{Pokemon}} (Pocket Monsters) and Anime/{{Digimon}} (Digital Monsters)[[/note]] is a creature, generally magically or mystically summoned, which fights on behalf of its summoner. This allows characters to fight each other without actually fighting themselves; instead, they conjure an avatar--perhaps a beast or a machine--that fights for them. Sometimes only one side will have Mons, so the characters on the other side directly fight the Mons. Wild Mons--those uncontrolled by anyone--are also known to appear.
7th May '18 7:44:13 PM KingGhost
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* ''VideoGame/MonsterCrown'', An ambitious monster collecting game in a similar vein to ''Pokémon Uranium,'' with a ton of creatures to catch and create through various means.
26th Apr '18 2:44:41 PM ElSquibbonator
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The upcoming Paramount Animation film ''Monster on the Hill'', planned for a 2020 release, is about a world where "monster wrestling" is a popular sport and focuses on a human protagonist who becomes a manager for a monster.
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28th Mar '18 8:35:15 AM TokoWH
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* ''VideoGame/NiNoKuniIIRevenantKingdom'' does away with most of the {{Mon}} aspect because of it's switch to an ActionRPG style approach but still has something akin to this in the form of Higgledies, tiny sprite-like creatures that are the AnthropomorphicPersonification of elements. They either found throughout the world or crafted through a mid-game shop. They offer a wide variety of effects, be it [[GeoEffects temporarily creating areas that give passive effects]], applying buffs to the player characters or healing them, or carrying out special attacks when commanded to by a player character.
2nd Mar '18 11:47:55 AM legendaryweredragon
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* ''Anime/Kiba'' is a very dark example of this genre, possibly a deconstruction, as many character die, go insane, or suffer horrible trauma. In the setting of ''Kiba'', Mons, which are called spirits are used for war between several factions. When not in use the spirits exist as small spheres called shards which the characters pull from somewhere on their body. Unlike other Mon shows, the masters also fight each other at the same time using lightsaber-like weapons and spells that are also stored in spheres, instead of just standing around and giving commands to their spirits. The various villains of the series are trying to collect the six [[OlympusMons key spirits]].

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* ''Anime/Kiba'' ''Anime/{{Kiba}}'' is a very dark example of this genre, possibly a deconstruction, as many character die, go insane, or suffer horrible trauma. In the setting of ''Kiba'', Mons, which are called spirits are used for war between several factions. When not in use the spirits exist as small spheres called shards which the characters pull from somewhere on their body. Unlike other Mon shows, the masters also fight each other at the same time using lightsaber-like weapons and spells that are also stored in spheres, instead of just standing around and giving commands to their spirits. The various villains of the series are trying to collect the six [[OlympusMons key spirits]].
2nd Mar '18 11:46:09 AM legendaryweredragon
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* ''Anime/Kiba'' is a very dark example of this genre, possibly a deconstruction, as many character die, go insane, or suffer horrible trauma. In the setting of ''Kiba'', Mons, which are called spirits are used for war between several factions. When not in use the spirits exist as small spheres called shards which the characters pull from somewhere on their body. Unlike other Mon shows, the masters also fight each other at the same time using lightsaber-like weapons and spells that are also stored in spheres, instead of just standing around and giving commands to their spirits. The various villains of the series are trying to collect the six [[OlympusMons key spirits]].
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