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29th Oct '16 1:26:18 PM billybobfred
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* Many species in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' have multiple tails, such as Vulpix (six), Ninetales ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin obvious]]), Tauros (three). Espeon has a forked tail with two tips, as do Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf. Buizel and Floatzel have two (they even use them as propellers), as well as Ambipom, Electivire and Meowstic. There are also some ambiguous cases such as Grovyle (which has branching fern leaves for a tail) and Suicune (which has two ribbon-like appendages for a tail).

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* Many species in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' have multiple tails, such as Vulpix (six), (six)[[note]][[AllThereInTheManual According to Pokédex entries]], it starts with one at birth and gradually grows more. Side media confirms this, but in-game you'll only ever see six.[[/note]], Ninetales ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin obvious]]), Tauros (three). Espeon has a forked tail with two tips, as do Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf. Buizel and Floatzel have two (they even use them as propellers), as well as Ambipom, Electivire and Meowstic. There are also some ambiguous cases such as Grovyle (which has branching fern leaves for a tail) and Suicune (which has two ribbon-like appendages for a tail).
22nd Sep '16 4:15:45 AM Morgenthaler
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* Very rarely, animals are born with extra limbs, tails included. For example, here's a [[http://www.messybeast.com/freak-tail.htm twin-tailed cat found in Canada]].

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* Very rarely, animals are born with extra limbs, tails included. For example, here's a [[http://www.messybeast.com/freak-tail.htm twin-tailed cat found in Canada]].
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14th Mar '16 2:37:15 AM FarseerLolotea
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* 'Website/{{Subeta}} has the Escalade, Darkonite, and Kora pets (although in that last case, they're more [[CombatTentacles tentacular]] than anything else).

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* 'Website/{{Subeta}} Website/{{Subeta}} has the Escalade, Darkonite, and Kora pets (although in that last case, they're more [[CombatTentacles tentacular]] than anything else).
14th Mar '16 2:36:39 AM FarseerLolotea
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''Website/{{Subeta}} has the Escalade, Darkonite, and Kora pets (although in that last case, they're more [[CombatTentacles tentacular]] than anything else).

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''Website/{{Subeta}} * 'Website/{{Subeta}} has the Escalade, Darkonite, and Kora pets (although in that last case, they're more [[CombatTentacles tentacular]] than anything else).
14th Mar '16 2:36:15 AM FarseerLolotea
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''Website/{{Subeta}} has the Escalade, Darkonite, and Kora pets (although in that last case, they're more [[CombatTentacles tentacular]] than anything else).
4th Mar '16 1:47:20 AM TheHeroHartmut
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-->'''Nanny Ogg''': He's as happy as a dog with two ... oh, he ''does'' have two tails.

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-->'''Nanny Ogg''': Ogg:''' He's as happy as a dog with two ... oh, he ''does'' have two tails.



* Many species in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' have multiple tails, such as Vulpix (six), Ninetales ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin obvious]]), Tauros (three). Espeon has a forked tail with two tips, as do Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf. Buizel and Floatzel have two (they even use them as propellers), as well as Ambipom, Electivire and Meowstic. There are also some ambiguous cases such as Grovyle (which has branching fern leaves for a tail) and Suicune (which has two ribbons for a tail).

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* Many species in ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' have multiple tails, such as Vulpix (six), Ninetales ([[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin obvious]]), Tauros (three). Espeon has a forked tail with two tips, as do Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf. Buizel and Floatzel have two (they even use them as propellers), as well as Ambipom, Electivire and Meowstic. There are also some ambiguous cases such as Grovyle (which has branching fern leaves for a tail) and Suicune (which has two ribbons ribbon-like appendages for a tail).




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* A late-game {{mook}} in ''VideoGame/DonkeyKongCountry2DiddysKongQuest'' called the [[{{Pun}} Cat O' 9 Tails]] is, as can be inferred, a cat-like creature with multiple tails. If Diddy or Dixie gets too close, it gets up and start spinning about, entangling and tossing them with its tails if it catches them.
11th Oct '15 2:56:29 AM Thomasfan
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* [[PunnyName Miles "Tails" Prower]] in the SonicTheHedgehog series has two tails, and frequently uses them to helicopter around. As a nod to folklore concerning Japanese ''kitsune'', he is the smartest character in canon and employs lots of transforming or disguised machinery as weapons and transportation.

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* More like 'Multiple Tailed BadassAdorable', but [[PunnyName Miles "Tails" Prower]] in the SonicTheHedgehog series has two tails, and frequently uses them to helicopter around. As a nod to folklore concerning Japanese ''kitsune'', he is the smartest character in canon and employs lots of transforming or disguised machinery as weapons and transportation.
9th Sep '15 10:36:32 AM Willbyr
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* Moro, the female Wolf God that raised San in ''PrincessMononoke'' had a two-pronged split-tail.
* ''YamiToBoushiToHonNoTabibito'' stars two {{kitsune}}s, one with nine tails and one with just three.

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* Moro, the female Wolf God that raised San in ''PrincessMononoke'' ''Anime/PrincessMononoke'' had a two-pronged split-tail.
* ''YamiToBoushiToHonNoTabibito'' ''VisualNovel/YamiToBoushiToHonNoTabibito'' stars two {{kitsune}}s, one with nine tails and one with just three.



* [[FinalBoss Slattern]] of PacificRim possesses three main tails and several much smaller ones. They're prone to twirling at high speeds to mislead adversaries before striking.

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* [[FinalBoss Slattern]] of PacificRim ''Film/PacificRim'' possesses three main tails and several much smaller ones. They're prone to twirling at high speeds to mislead adversaries before striking.
24th May '15 9:06:51 PM nombretomado
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* [[MultipleHeadCase The Zipplebacks]] from ''Film/HowToTrainYourDragon''.

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* [[MultipleHeadCase The Zipplebacks]] from ''Film/HowToTrainYourDragon''.
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30th Jan '15 2:18:44 AM Nithael
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* Chimaeras, the two-headed dragons([[OurDragonsAreDifferent ?]]) from {{Warcraft}} also have two tails. This partially helps to differentiate them from their Draenor counterpart, the Rylak.

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* Chimaeras, the two-headed dragons([[OurDragonsAreDifferent ?]]) from {{Warcraft}} ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'' also have two tails. This partially helps to differentiate them from their Draenor counterpart, counterpart in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'', the Rylak.
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