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6th May '18 5:12:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'': Hexxus, the Tim Curry-voiced pollution-demon villain, although he was the primordial spirit of destruction before he latched on to human inventions. His forms varied from a sludge-based blob monster to an exhaust fume-based ghost to a ''giant burning skeleton made of tar''.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FernGullyTheLastRainforest'': Hexxus, the Tim Curry-voiced pollution-demon villain, although he was the [[DestroyerDeity primordial spirit of destruction destruction]] before he latched on to human inventions. His forms varied from a sludge-based blob monster to an exhaust fume-based ghost to a ''giant burning skeleton made of tar''.
6th Jan '18 7:58:58 PM BattleMaster
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' had a number of these, such as the Shambling Mound and the demon prince Juiblex.

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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' had a number of these, such as the Shambling Mound grey ooze and the demon prince Juiblex.


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* Naturally ''WesternAnimation/CaptainPlanet'' had an episode with one of these. In this case it was an artificial organism that was supposed to eat garbage, but of course when Sly Sludge used it, it [[GoneHorriblyWrong went horribly wrong]] and turned into a GreyGoo that threatened to turn the entire planet into one big pile of living garbage.
24th Dec '17 7:33:23 PM Andyroid
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* ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' has the [[spoiler:River Spirit that was mistaken for a]] Stink God, who is literally just a moving pile of sludge with eyes. His smell is so bad that it makes everyone's eyes water and makes all of the food around him rot. [[spoiler:It's due to the pollution in he river he inhabits.]]

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* ''Anime/SpiritedAway'' has the [[spoiler:River Spirit that was mistaken for a]] Stink God, who is literally just a moving pile of sludge with eyes. His smell is so bad that it makes everyone's eyes water and makes all of the food around him rot. [[spoiler:It's [[spoiler:He turns out to actually be a River Spirit, and his filthy state was due to the pollution in he the river he inhabits.]]
17th Sep '17 8:22:49 PM SarcasmKid
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* Franchise/{{Batman}}'s enemy Clayface [[LegacyCharacter (all eight of them)]] fit the Trope in some way, although some are more humanoid than others. The worst part is, all of them [[WasOnceAMan were once human]].

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* Franchise/{{Batman}}'s enemy Clayface [[LegacyCharacter (all eight of them)]] fit the Trope in some way, although some are more humanoid than others. The worst part is, all of them [[WasOnceAMan were once human]].human]], except for the fifth one, who is a child of Clayface III and Clayface IV born AFTER they each gained their powers.
16th Sep '17 1:36:44 PM nombretomado
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* ''Film/{{Dogma}}'' had a demon, the Golgothum, constructed from crap - specifically, the crap of all the prisoners crucified at Golgotha ([[JesusChrist yes, including Him]]). He's defeated by deodorant (which "knocks out strong odors").

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* ''Film/{{Dogma}}'' had a demon, the Golgothum, constructed from crap - specifically, the crap of all the prisoners crucified at Golgotha ([[JesusChrist ([[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} yes, including Him]]). He's defeated by deodorant (which "knocks out strong odors").
28th May '17 9:22:55 AM cybertoy0
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* In ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'', a group of mud people come to offer Aku a tribute for being allowed to live on Earth (An equally muddy statue of Aku). All Aku really cares about is that they are dripping mud all over his floor.
-->'''Aku:''' I just had it vacuumed! Out! ''Out!''
24th Feb '17 9:38:07 PM MagnusForce
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* Mudman from ''WesternAnimation/AtomicPuppet'', a minor member of the RoguesGallery able to possess other beings, shapeshift, and regenerate FromASingleCell.
23rd Feb '17 12:51:29 AM Kooshmeister
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* The title creature in ''Slime'' by William Essex: a living lake of toxic waste that eats people and animals.

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* The title creature in ''Slime'' ''Literature/{{Slime}}'' by William Essex: a living lake of toxic waste that eats people and animals.
30th Jan '17 1:14:33 PM TimG5
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Compare BlobMonster, which is more transparent (and generally less smelly), TalkingPoo. See also ToxicWasteCanDoAnything, where the toxin creates a monster without being sentient itself.

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Compare BlobMonster, which is more transparent and tends to keep itself in one defined and consistent mass rather than constantly oozing and leaving parts of itself in its wake, (and generally less smelly), and TalkingPoo. See also ToxicWasteCanDoAnything, where the toxin creates a monster without being sentient itself.
24th Jan '17 8:54:00 PM ReikoKazama
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* The Amoeboids in the VideoGame/RatchetAndClank series are a kind of slime monster that walk in circles and says "Nein!". When hit, they split into two, half as small slime monsters (except for [[GoddamnedBats the smallest sort]], which just disappears). The biggest ones will split five times, meaning that you have to kill 63 slimes in total.

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* The Amoeboids in the VideoGame/RatchetAndClank series are a kind of slime monster that walk walks in circles and says "Nein!". When hit, they split into two, half as small slime monsters (except for [[GoddamnedBats the smallest sort]], which just disappears). The biggest ones will split five times, meaning that you have to kill 63 slimes in total.
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