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20th Sep '17 12:48:01 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Grizzly Peaks in California Adventure is shaped, as the name suggests, like a grizzly bear, though it's clearly visible like that only from certain angles.

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* Grizzly Peaks in [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's California Adventure is shaped, as the name suggests, Adventure]] theme park has Grizzly Peak, shaped like a grizzly bear, bear's head. It was originally the park's signature landmark, though it's clearly visible like that only from certain angles.
honor has since gone to the Carthay Circle Theatre.



* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's California Adventure]] theme park has Grizzly Peak, shaped like a bear's head. It was originally the park's signature landmark, though that honor has since gone to the Carthay Circle Theatre.

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* [[Ride/DisneyThemeParks Disney's California Adventure]] theme park has Grizzly Peak, shaped like a bear's head. It was originally the park's signature landmark, though that honor has since gone to the Carthay Circle Theatre.
20th Sep '17 12:46:27 PM ZombieAladdin
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* Grizzly Peaks in California Adventure is shaped, as the name suggests, like a grizzly bear, though it's clearly visible like that only from certain angles.
11th Sep '17 2:06:44 PM Sharlee
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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb. For it's [[{{Squick}} squicker]] sister trope, see GiantCorpseWorld, a landscape made of a decaying corpse.

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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb. For it's its [[{{Squick}} squicker]] squickier]] sister trope, see GiantCorpseWorld, a landscape made of a decaying corpse.
11th Sep '17 12:05:45 PM PistolsAtDawn
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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb. For it's [[{Squick}} squicker]] sister trope, see GiantCorpseWorld, a landscape made of a decaying corpse.

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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb. For it's [[{Squick}} [[{{Squick}} squicker]] sister trope, see GiantCorpseWorld, a landscape made of a decaying corpse.
11th Sep '17 12:05:25 PM PistolsAtDawn
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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb.

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Both variants are often combined with CaveMouth. Mountaineers may find themselves engaged in a ColossusClimb.
ColossusClimb. For it's [[{Squick}} squicker]] sister trope, see GiantCorpseWorld, a landscape made of a decaying corpse.
10th Sep '17 1:51:44 AM PaulA
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* ''Literature/ThePrydainChronicles'' novel ''The High King''. Mount Dragon was so named because its peak was in the rough shape of a monstrous, crested dragon's head with gaping jaws, and on either side the lower slopes spread like outflung wings.

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* ''Literature/ThePrydainChronicles'' ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfPrydain'' novel ''The High King''. Mount Dragon was so named because its peak was in the rough shape of a monstrous, crested dragon's head with gaping jaws, and on either side the lower slopes spread like outflung wings.
10th Sep '17 1:50:37 AM PaulA
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* In ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath]]'', Carter learns what the gods look like by viewing a gigantic face carved into the side of the mountain Ngranek.

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* In ''[[Creator/HPLovecraft The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath]]'', Creator/HPLovecraft's ''Literature/TheDreamQuestOfUnknownKadath'', Carter learns what the gods look like by viewing a gigantic face carved into the side of the mountain Ngranek.
9th Apr '17 12:55:38 PM nombretomado
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* In Glorantha, the primary setting of ''RuneQuest'', True Dragons are a part of the landscape of the world, forming several major mountain ranges. Even the smallest known True Dragon is dozens of miles long. Most of them are asleep, while their spirits wonder in other planes, but one in the vicinity of Kralorela acts as a guardian deity of sorts for the nation, occasionally communicating with their Emperor, who is a human with a dragon's soul.

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* In Glorantha, the primary setting of ''RuneQuest'', ''TabletopGame/RuneQuest'', True Dragons are a part of the landscape of the world, forming several major mountain ranges. Even the smallest known True Dragon is dozens of miles long. Most of them are asleep, while their spirits wonder in other planes, but one in the vicinity of Kralorela acts as a guardian deity of sorts for the nation, occasionally communicating with their Emperor, who is a human with a dragon's soul.
9th Apr '17 5:58:38 AM Sharlee
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* More of a CompanionCube than a creature, but the island of Skrattlantis from ''WesternAnimation/IceAge4ContinentalDrift'' looks like a giant acorn when seen from the right angle.
11th Mar '17 2:06:42 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''VideoGame/TotalWarWarhammer'': Mountains shaped like giant skulls are scattered throughout all mountain ranges in the campaign map, especially in Norsca and the World's Edge Mountains.
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