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14th Apr '17 11:47:52 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''Anime/MonColleKnights'' has several, including chimeras, forest elves, lizardmen and even ''[[{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]]''.

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* ''Anime/MonColleKnights'' has several, including chimeras, forest elves, lizardmen and even ''[[{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]]''.dragons.
14th Apr '17 7:53:26 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''Anime/MonColleKnights'' has several, including chimeras, forest elves, lizardmen and even ''{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]]''.

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* ''Anime/MonColleKnights'' has several, including chimeras, forest elves, lizardmen and even ''{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} ''[[{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]]''.
13th Apr '17 5:26:04 AM fruitstripegum
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%%* ''Anime/MonColleKnights''.

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%%* ''Anime/MonColleKnights''.* ''Anime/MonColleKnights'' has several, including chimeras, forest elves, lizardmen and even ''{{Literature/{{Beowulf}} Grendel]]''.
9th Apr '17 6:48:37 PM eroock
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->''Green tea from Iemon\\

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->''Green
->''"Green
tea from Iemon\\



''Yes, in this world many different kinds of mons are known to exist''
-->--Music/{{Hyadain}}'s ''GanbareGoemon''

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''Yes, in this world many different kinds of mons are known to exist''
-->--Music/{{Hyadain}}'s
exist."''
-->-- Music/{{Hyadain}}'s
''GanbareGoemon''
9th Apr '17 12:02:25 PM fruitstripegum
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%%* ''Manga/{{Legendz}}''.

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%%* * The Soul Dolls of ''Manga/{{Legendz}}''.
1st Apr '17 12:30:40 PM Gosicrystal
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* ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline'' Episodes I and II sort of has this with the mag. Mags are a race of [[RobotBuddy living computers]] that are freely distributed to [[AnAdventurerIsYou new hunters/rangers/forces]], but more can be found in other places such as [[RandomlyDrops the mines in Ragol]]. When they are new, all mags share [[PaletteSwap the exact same form except for their color]] (which they have a handful of options), and are [[MagikarpPower almost widely useless]] for anything except to [[InventoryManagementPuzzle use up extra mates/fluids when they take up too much space in your pack]]. The mon part? If you feed them certain [[HealingPotion mates/fluids/cures/etc]]. or a combination of them that typical mag can [[UnstableGeneticCode quickly change its form into many other different and unique models]] (sometimes even changing back to a previous form, not including the infant model) and learn different combinations of photon blasts (up to three). Their transformations are based around their levels, their stats and a few other tricks (such as the owner's Section ID or other [[LostForever rare]] event items), and if the stats are [[GuideDangIt tweaked the right way]] by the time they [[LevelGrinding cap their level]], they can make a permanent change into a very rare model of mag. While they aren't used to directly fight in battle (unless you count some of the photon blasts) and while the player has few reasons to go out hunting extra mags, some of the rarer mags can perform valuable techs aside from the photons, including [[AutoRevive reviving their owner if they die]] or [[StatusBuff temporarily boosting their attack and defense]]. Not to mention that their stats directly affects the players and also adds significant boosts to them for as long as that model is equipped (which can [[GameBreaker really shoot high]] with some more [[GuideDangIt clever]] [[TrialAndErrorGameplay tweaking]]). They also have [[PetInterface intelligence and feelings to watch for as well as a damage meter]], the two formers of which are affected by their "food", such as if they like it or if it's good for them, or (for synch) whether or not you give them [[HealingPotion mates/fluids/cures/so on]] [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly quick enough when they're hungry]] (the latter charges up energy for the photon blast the [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential more hits you/they take]]). Ironically, although the game also makes an effort in a few missions to make it clear how mags are living creatures that try to protect and serve you well in exchange for care, and they made it also clear that every Hunter (and Ranger and Force) gets one upon becoming hunters (part of the Hunter's Guild/government on Pioneer 2, not just the class), there are only a small number of characters (besides player made ones) whom have one or were seen with one (Elenor comes to mind and supposedly Ult).

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* ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarOnline'' Episodes I and II sort of has this with the mag. Mags are a race of [[RobotBuddy living computers]] that are freely distributed to [[AnAdventurerIsYou new hunters/rangers/forces]], but more can be found in other places such as [[RandomlyDrops the mines in Ragol]]. When they are new, all mags share [[PaletteSwap the exact same form except for their color]] (which they have a handful of options), and are [[MagikarpPower almost widely useless]] for anything except to [[InventoryManagementPuzzle use up extra mates/fluids when they take up too much space in your pack]]. The mon part? If you feed them certain [[HealingPotion mates/fluids/cures/etc]]. or a combination of them that typical mag can [[UnstableGeneticCode quickly change its form into many other different and unique models]] (sometimes even changing back to a previous form, not including the infant model) and learn different combinations of photon blasts (up to three). Their transformations are based around their levels, their stats and a few other tricks (such as the owner's Section ID or other [[LostForever [[TemporaryOnlineContent rare]] event items), and if the stats are [[GuideDangIt tweaked the right way]] by the time they [[LevelGrinding cap their level]], they can make a permanent change into a very rare model of mag. While they aren't used to directly fight in battle (unless you count some of the photon blasts) and while the player has few reasons to go out hunting extra mags, some of the rarer mags can perform valuable techs aside from the photons, including [[AutoRevive reviving their owner if they die]] or [[StatusBuff temporarily boosting their attack and defense]]. Not to mention that their stats directly affects the players and also adds significant boosts to them for as long as that model is equipped (which can [[GameBreaker really shoot high]] with some more [[GuideDangIt clever]] [[TrialAndErrorGameplay tweaking]]). They also have [[PetInterface intelligence and feelings to watch for as well as a damage meter]], the two formers of which are affected by their "food", such as if they like it or if it's good for them, or (for synch) whether or not you give them [[HealingPotion mates/fluids/cures/so on]] [[WizardNeedsFoodBadly quick enough when they're hungry]] (the latter charges up energy for the photon blast the [[VideoGameCrueltyPotential more hits you/they take]]). Ironically, although the game also makes an effort in a few missions to make it clear how mags are living creatures that try to protect and serve you well in exchange for care, and they made it also clear that every Hunter (and Ranger and Force) gets one upon becoming hunters (part of the Hunter's Guild/government on Pioneer 2, not just the class), there are only a small number of characters (besides player made ones) whom have one or were seen with one (Elenor comes to mind and supposedly Ult).
26th Mar '17 10:53:08 AM fruitstripegum
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[[folder:Fanfiction]]
* Unohana's shikai is portrayed as this in ''FanFic/{{Downfall}}'' taking the form of both a flying manta creature with therapeutic stomach juices and a [[spoiler:fifteen-foot cylopean monstrosity with massive claws]].
[[/folder]]
18th Mar '17 10:28:46 PM Onlythrice
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* Ling-ling of ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' is a parody of Pikachu who was apparently abused by his trainer. Among other things said trainer; captured him using a bear trap, turned him into a sociopathic killing machine, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking took his dance shoes]].

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* Ling-ling of ''WesternAnimation/DrawnTogether'' is a parody of Pikachu who that was apparently abused by his trainer. Among other things said trainer; trainer who captured him using a bear trap, turned him into a sociopathic killing machine, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking took his dance shoes]].



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Monsuno}}'' featured people battling monsters created with alien and animal DNA and sending them out to duel by throwing small hourglass-shaped devices called Cores.



%%* ''{{WesternAnimation/Monsuno}}''
18th Mar '17 7:15:54 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}''.
** In universe, however, Franchise/{{Neopets}} is more of a constructed world, since the Mons are the "humans" of Neopia, and owners... well, they don't exist in the storylines on the site.

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* ''Franchise/{{Neopets}}''.
** In universe, however, Franchise/{{Neopets}}
''Website/{{Neopets}}'', but InUniverse, it is more of a constructed world, since the Mons are the "humans" of Neopia, and owners... well, they don't exist in the storylines on the site.
17th Mar '17 6:58:43 PM nombretomado
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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is a VisualNovel set in the {{Nasuverse}} where the main characters get control of "Servants." (The souls of former heroes, now in various RPG-esque classes.)

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* ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'' is a VisualNovel set in the {{Nasuverse}} {{Franchise/Nasuverse}} where the main characters get control of "Servants." (The souls of former heroes, now in various RPG-esque classes.)
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