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14th Jun '16 6:15:56 AM MissConception
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* The ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series has Toads, who resemble small humanoids with mushroom caps, though just how closely related they are to actual mushrooms DependingOnTheWriter. There's also the generally unfriendly Goombas, who more closely resemble mushrooms with BigOlEyebrows, CuteLittleFangs, and stubby legs, and the [[KnightOfCerebus significantly more unfriendly]] [[AlienInvasion Shroobs]] from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', who are mushroom-shaped aliens somewhat analogous to Toads.

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* The ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series has Toads, who resemble small humanoids with mushroom caps, though just how closely related they are to actual mushrooms DependingOnTheWriter.[[DependingOnTheWriter Depends on the Writer]]. There's also the generally unfriendly Goombas, who more closely resemble mushrooms with BigOlEyebrows, CuteLittleFangs, and stubby legs, and the [[KnightOfCerebus significantly more unfriendly]] [[AlienInvasion Shroobs]] from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', who are mushroom-shaped aliens somewhat analogous to Toads.



* Though they don't have faces, the Ramblin' Evil Mushroom and the Struttin' Evil Mushroom from Videogame/{{EarthBound}} and the Ramblin' Mushroom from VideoGame/{{Mother 3}} are all sentient, sporting a pair of working legs and a surprising amount of psychic powers.

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* Though they don't have faces, the Ramblin' Evil Mushroom and the Struttin' Evil Mushroom from Videogame/{{EarthBound}} VideoGame/{{EarthBound}} and the Ramblin' Mushroom from VideoGame/{{Mother 3}} are all sentient, sporting a pair of working legs and a surprising amount of psychic powers.
14th Jun '16 6:15:00 AM MissConception
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* The ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series has Toads, who resemble small humanoids with mushroom caps, though just how closely related they are to actual mushrooms DependsOnTheWriter. There's also the somewhat more unfriendly Goombas, who resemble mushrooms with BigOlEyebrows, CuteLittleFangs, and stubby legs, and the [[KnightOfCerebus significantly more unfriendly]] [[AlienInvasion Shroobs]] from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', who are mushroom-shaped aliens.

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* The ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' series has Toads, who resemble small humanoids with mushroom caps, though just how closely related they are to actual mushrooms DependsOnTheWriter. DependingOnTheWriter. There's also the somewhat more generally unfriendly Goombas, who more closely resemble mushrooms with BigOlEyebrows, CuteLittleFangs, and stubby legs, and the [[KnightOfCerebus significantly more unfriendly]] [[AlienInvasion Shroobs]] from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', who are mushroom-shaped aliens.aliens somewhat analogous to Toads.
13th May '16 11:03:40 PM BeeKirbysNewComputer
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* Several characters from the ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' games, including goombas and Toad, resemble mushrooms. [[WordOfGod It's not really clear what the Toads are beyond "not actually mushrooms"]].

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* Several characters from the The ''Franchise/SuperMarioBros'' games, including goombas and Toad, series has Toads, who resemble mushrooms. [[WordOfGod It's not really clear what small humanoids with mushroom caps, though just how closely related they are to actual mushrooms DependsOnTheWriter. There's also the Toads somewhat more unfriendly Goombas, who resemble mushrooms with BigOlEyebrows, CuteLittleFangs, and stubby legs, and the [[KnightOfCerebus significantly more unfriendly]] [[AlienInvasion Shroobs]] from ''VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiPartnersInTime'', who are beyond "not actually mushrooms"]].mushroom-shaped aliens.



* Though they don't have faces, the Ramblin' Evil Mushroom and the Struttin' Evil Mushroom from Videogame/{{EarthBound}} and the Ramblin' Mushroom from Videogame/{{Mother 3}}, might fit in this Trope.
* In ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy'', one of the Prince's Second-Cousins, Kinoko looks like a mushroom with arms and legs (no face). She even has a BilingualBonus name, given that "kinoko" is the Japanese word for "mushroom" that just happens to end in the ''-ko'' syllable so common to girls' names.

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* Though they don't have faces, the Ramblin' Evil Mushroom and the Struttin' Evil Mushroom from Videogame/{{EarthBound}} and the Ramblin' Mushroom from Videogame/{{Mother 3}}, might fit VideoGame/{{Mother 3}} are all sentient, sporting a pair of working legs and a surprising amount of psychic powers.
* One recurring enemy
in this Trope.
the ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' series is Cappy, a BedsheetGhost-like creature that tosses its mushroom-shaped hat up in the air in an attempt to hurt Kirby.
* In ''VideoGame/KatamariDamacy'', one of the Prince's Second-Cousins, Kinoko Kinoko, looks like a mushroom with arms and legs (no face). She even has a BilingualBonus name, given that "kinoko" is the Japanese word for "mushroom" that just happens to end in the ''-ko'' syllable so common to girls' names.
19th Apr '16 9:11:54 AM PDL
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* Several Franchise/{{Pokemon}}: Shroomish, Breloom, Foongus and Amoongus.

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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.
13th Apr '16 3:19:45 PM WillKeaton
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* In ''[[http://www.gamebooks.org/show_item.php?id=904 Endless Quest 6: Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons]]'', the mushroom men. It's not clear whether they are myconids or a separate race, but some are apparently creatures that have been transformed into mushrooms while others have always been that way.

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* In ''[[http://www.gamebooks.org/show_item.php?id=904 Endless Quest 6: Revenge of the Rainbow Dragons]]'', Dragons,]]'' the mushroom men. It's not clear whether they are myconids or a separate race, but some are apparently creatures that have been transformed into mushrooms while others have always been that way.
13th Apr '16 3:19:21 PM WillKeaton
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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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* ''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]], Sporoloths,]] towering fungus creatures similar to giant Thallids that came from Dominaria's far future during the Time Spiral crisis.
24th Mar '16 10:14:16 AM Elfkaiser
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* Miko from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' is a sentient ninja mushroom man who's the LastOfHisKind.

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* Miko from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' is a sentient ninja mushroom man being who's the LastOfHisKind.
LastOfItsKind.
24th Mar '16 10:02:31 AM Elfkaiser
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* Miko from ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'' is a sentient ninja mushroom man who's the LastOfHisKind.
1st Mar '16 2:45:59 PM Theriocephalus
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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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* ''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.
1st Mar '16 2:44:53 PM Theriocephalus
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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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