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18th Jan '17 7:44:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* The CthulhuMythos has the Mi-Go, the Fungi from Yuggoth, a species of fungus-based aliens from the depths of space that have established an outpost on Pluto. In their case, they're less Mushroom Men and more Mushroom Bat-Lobster-Things.

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* The CthulhuMythos Franchise/CthulhuMythos has the Mi-Go, the Fungi from Yuggoth, a species of fungus-based aliens from the depths of space that have established an outpost on Pluto. In their case, they're less Mushroom Men and more Mushroom Bat-Lobster-Things.
11th Jan '17 3:15:44 PM Theriocephalus
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* The CthulhuMythos has the Fungi from Yuggoth.

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* The CthulhuMythos has the Mi-Go, the Fungi from Yuggoth.Yuggoth, a species of fungus-based aliens from the depths of space that have established an outpost on Pluto. In their case, they're less Mushroom Men and more Mushroom Bat-Lobster-Things.



* The mushroom people from ''LIterature/{{The Marvelous Flight to the Mushroom Planet}}'' and its sequels.
* Jeff [=VanderMeer's=] ''Literature/{{Ambergris}}''-books prominently feature gray caps, also known as Mushroom Dwellers that live underneath the titular city. They seem to be long-necked humanoid fungus creatures, but they have developed OrganicTechnology to such heights that it seems like magic, and live in symbiosis with their fungus, allowing it to grow inside their bodies for various positive effects - most notably that almost all their wounds regenerate almost instantly, flesh replaced by mushroom tissue. They also wear wide-brimmed gray caps, but their function is unknown.

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* The mushroom people from ''LIterature/{{The Marvelous Flight to the Mushroom Planet}}'' ''LIterature/TheMarvelousFlightToTheMushroomPlanet'' and its sequels.
* Jeff [=VanderMeer's=] ''Literature/{{Ambergris}}''-books ''Literature/{{Ambergris}}'' books prominently feature gray caps, also known as Mushroom Dwellers Dwellers, that live underneath the titular city. They seem to be long-necked humanoid fungus creatures, but they have developed OrganicTechnology to such heights that it seems like magic, and live in symbiosis with their fungus, allowing it to grow inside their bodies for various positive effects - -- most notably that almost all their wounds regenerate almost instantly, flesh replaced by mushroom tissue. They also wear wide-brimmed gray caps, but their function is unknown.



* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' has [[http://df.magmawiki.com/index.php/DF2010:Plump%20helmet%20man plump helmet men]] (plump helmet is a fungus, one of dwarven crops).

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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' has the [[http://df.magmawiki.com/index.php/DF2010:Plump%20helmet%20man plump helmet men]] (plump helmet is a fungus, one of the dwarven crops).



* ''StarWarsTheCloneWars'': Season 4's Obi-Wan undercover arc gives us the BountyHunter [[StarfishAlien Derrown]], a member of the Parwan species. In addition to the cap-like growth on his head, he's got tentacle-like limbs, three eyes, can [[ShockAndAwe produce electricity]] and [[LivingGasbag can float in the air]]. He can also take an electrolytic serum that would kill most creatures (doesn't apply to all Parwans, as it really depends on the blood-type).

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* ''StarWarsTheCloneWars'': ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'': Season 4's Obi-Wan undercover arc gives us the BountyHunter [[StarfishAlien Derrown]], a member of the Parwan species. In addition to the cap-like growth on his head, he's got tentacle-like limbs, three eyes, can [[ShockAndAwe produce electricity]] and [[LivingGasbag can float in the air]]. He can also take an electrolytic serum that would kill most creatures (doesn't apply to all Parwans, as it really depends on the blood-type).
18th Nov '16 7:14:26 PM ironcommando
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* Several Franchise/{{Pokemon}} are based on mushrooms: Shroomish, Breloom, Foongus and Amoongus. Paras and Parasect are a partial example as they're bugs that enter a symbiotic relationship with a mushroom who takes control of the bug as it evolves. They're all considered to be Grass-Typed despite fungi and plants being in different kingdoms.

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* Several Franchise/{{Pokemon}} are based on mushrooms: Shroomish, Breloom, Foongus and Amoongus.Amoongus, and Shiinotic. Paras and Parasect are a partial example as they're bugs that enter a symbiotic relationship with a mushroom who takes control of the bug as it evolves. They're all considered to be Grass-Typed despite fungi and plants being in different kingdoms. Shiinotic in particular resembles a traditional myconid.
16th Nov '16 12:22:44 AM VoodooTikiGawd
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* Galwyn, a former wizard and now a singing mushroom in the 1986 movie ''Film/{{Troll}}''.
* The Lub-Lubs in ''Film/{{Mom and Dad Save the World}}'' have eyes and what appear to be cute little smiling mouths on the top of their caps. It turns out the "mouth" is actual a blowhole - the real mouth is under the cap, and full of nasty sharp fangs.
1st Nov '16 9:28:38 AM PDL
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* Several Franchise/{{Pokemon}}: Shroomish, Breloom, Foongus and Amoongus. Paras and Parasect are a partial example as they're bugs that enter a symbiotic relationship with a mushroom who takes control of the bug as it evolves.

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* Several Franchise/{{Pokemon}}: Franchise/{{Pokemon}} are based on mushrooms: Shroomish, Breloom, Foongus and Amoongus. Paras and Parasect are a partial example as they're bugs that enter a symbiotic relationship with a mushroom who takes control of the bug as it evolves. They're all considered to be Grass-Typed despite fungi and plants being in different kingdoms.
23rd Oct '16 11:31:42 AM Akaihiryuu
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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the denizens of Sporeggar, introduced in the Burning Crusade expansion.

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' has the denizens of Sporeggar, introduced in the Burning Crusade expansion. The race are called Sporelings, they evolved from the same Draenor fungus that the giant mushrooms in Zangarmarsh did.
13th Oct '16 9:01:19 AM Larkmarn
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* The Slavic black god Chernobog in ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' is usually portrayed as a skull-faced, sword-wielding figure with a mushroom cap head, and numerous mushroom rising out from beneath his black cloak. As a god of destruction and darkness, the mushrooms represent decay and poison.
13th Oct '16 8:56:15 AM Mavado
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* ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' has Kino the matango, a CuteMonsterGirl version.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', during the Other World Tournament in which Goku competes with other fighters in the afterlife, there's an announcer-person-thing with a mushroom cap as the upper part of his head.



* In ''LightNovel/{{Overlord 2012}}'', a barkeep in Nazarick is one of these.
* In ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'', there are a variety of sentient mushroom-like creatures. One of which is capable of shrinking people with spores if frightened.



* In ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'', there are a variety of sentient mushroom-like creatures. One of which is capable of shrinking people with spores if frightened.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', during the Other World Tournament in which Goku competes with other fighters in the afterlife, there's an announcer-person-thing with a mushroom cap as the upper part of his head.
* In ''LightNovel/{{Overlord 2012}}'', a barkeep in Nazarick is one of these.

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* In ''Manga/TheSevenDeadlySins'', there are a variety of sentient mushroom-like creatures. One of which is capable of shrinking people with spores if frightened.
* In ''Anime/DragonBallZ'', during the Other World Tournament in which Goku competes with other fighters in the afterlife, there's an announcer-person-thing with a mushroom cap as the upper part of his head.
* In ''LightNovel/{{Overlord 2012}}'', a barkeep in Nazarick is one of these.



* ''MagicTheGathering'' has the Thallids, a race of sentient fungus that produces saprolings. Developed by the elves as a food source, the Thallids wound up spreading faster than the elves could kill them and eventually overran their creators. There are also the [[http://magiccards.info/mma/en/163.html Sporoloths,]] towering fungus creatures similar to giant Thallids that came from Dominaria's far future during the Time Spiral crisis.



* ''MagicTheGathering'' has the Thallids, a race of sentient fungus that produces saprolings. Developed by the elves as a food source, the Thallids wound up spreading faster than the elves could kill them and eventually overran their creators. There are also the [[http://magiccards.info/mma/en/163.html Sporoloths,]] towering fungus creatures similar to giant Thallids that came from Dominaria's far future during the Time Spiral crisis.

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* ''MagicTheGathering'' has the Thallids, a race of sentient fungus that produces saprolings. Developed by the elves as a food source, the Thallids wound up spreading faster than the elves could kill them and eventually overran their creators. There are also the [[http://magiccards.info/mma/en/163.html Sporoloths,]] towering fungus creatures similar to giant Thallids that came from Dominaria's far future during the Time Spiral crisis.
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