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26th Mar '17 8:46:04 PM rmctagg09
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' has ''a lot'' of dark Pokédex entries. Almost everyone seems to revolve around Pokémon hunting or attacking each other (or humans). Hau outright mentions that nature can be scary.

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' has ''a lot'' of dark Pokédex entries. Almost everyone every one seems to revolve around Pokémon hunting or attacking each other (or humans). Hau outright mentions that nature can be scary.
26th Mar '17 11:19:20 AM Pichu-kun
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* ''KidIcarusUprising'': [[GaiasVengeance Viridi, Goddess of Nature]], though unlike most examples where nature/its personifications are apathetic about humanity, Viridi despises humans and is [[SoapboxSadie extremely vocal]] about her beliefs that HumansAreTheRealMonsters. To that end, she aspires to KillEmAll using [[FantasticNuke Reset Bombs]] designed to both wipe out humanity and restore the local natural order by creating massive forests.

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* ''KidIcarusUprising'': ''VideoGame/KidIcarusUprising'': [[GaiasVengeance Viridi, Goddess of Nature]], though unlike most examples where nature/its personifications are apathetic about humanity, Viridi despises humans and is [[SoapboxSadie extremely vocal]] about her beliefs that HumansAreTheRealMonsters. To that end, she aspires to KillEmAll using [[FantasticNuke Reset Bombs]] designed to both wipe out humanity and restore the local natural order by creating massive forests.forests.
* ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' has ''a lot'' of dark Pokédex entries. Almost everyone seems to revolve around Pokémon hunting or attacking each other (or humans). Hau outright mentions that nature can be scary.



* The Pokédex entries in ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' invoke this in spades, giving us much more realistic descriptions of various Pokémon, however dark they may seem.
15th Feb '17 9:05:04 PM Sharysa
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* Applied full force in ''{{Literature/Moonflowers}}'', where it's eventually revealed that TheWildHunt's leader--aptly called the Hunter--isn't just [[TheFairFolk a powerful fairy]], but the ''Horned Hunter'' of CelticMythology. Which means he ''[[AnthropomorphicPersonification embodies predators]]''. His deer-skull mask has [[RuleOfScary huge, menacing antlers]] and [[RedEyesTakeWarning burning red sockets,]] which he uses [[UseYourHead to gore people like an actual stag.]] The Irish gods are at their wit's end trying to break the curse he put on Alima Song and her family as victims of [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Fairy Raid,]] since [[GodsHandsAreTied even they need to respect nature]]. As Maidin the river-fairy notes, they can't actually stop the Raid--they can only make him stop hunting ''specific people,'' and they'd need to [[EquivalentExchange sacrifice others in exchange for his former victims' lives.]] If the gods tell him to call off the Raid entirely, there's a serious risk that he'd use that as an excuse [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame to go open-season on EVEN MORE people]] in retaliation for [[ExactWords "going against the natural order."]]

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* Applied full force in ''{{Literature/Moonflowers}}'', where it's eventually revealed that TheWildHunt's leader--aptly called the Hunter--isn't just [[TheFairFolk a powerful fairy]], but the ''Horned Hunter'' of CelticMythology. Which means he ''[[AnthropomorphicPersonification embodies predators]]''. His deer-skull mask has [[RuleOfScary huge, menacing antlers]] and [[RedEyesTakeWarning burning red sockets,]] which he uses [[UseYourHead to gore people like an actual stag.]] The Irish gods are at their wit's end trying to break the curse he put on Alima Song and her family as victims of [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Fairy Raid,]] since [[GodsHandsAreTied even they need to respect nature]]. As Maidin the river-fairy notes, the closest thing they can't actually stop the Raid--they can only do is to make him stop hunting ''specific people,'' and then they'd need to [[EquivalentExchange sacrifice others in exchange for his former victims' lives.exchange.]] If the gods they openly [[SwiperNoSwiping tell him to call off the Raid entirely, Horned Hunter to stop hunting,]] there's a serious risk that he'd use that as an excuse [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame to go open-season on EVEN MORE people]] in retaliation for [[ExactWords "going against the natural order."]]
28th Jan '17 12:11:26 AM rmctagg09
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* The Forest of Doom from ''WesternAnimation/TheMisadventuresofGumball'' is a dangerous place filled with hostile monsters, [[KillerRabbit including the squirrels]], that has managed to nearly kill Gumball and Darwin every time they've entered it. It even looks like a skull from the sky.

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* The Forest of Doom from ''WesternAnimation/TheMisadventuresofGumball'' ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' is a dangerous place filled with hostile monsters, [[KillerRabbit including the squirrels]], that has managed to nearly kill Gumball and Darwin every time they've entered it. It even looks like a skull from the sky.
28th Jan '17 12:11:01 AM rmctagg09
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* The Forest of Doom from ''WesternAnimation/TheMisadventuresofGumball'' is a dangerous place filled with hostile monsters, [[KillerRabbit including the squirrels]], that has managed to nearly kill Gumball and Darwin every time they've entered it. It even looks like a skull from the sky.
27th Jan '17 9:49:52 PM Sharysa
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* Applied full force in ''{{Literature/Moonflowers}}'', where it's revealed that TheWildHunt's leader--aptly called the Hunter--isn't just a powerful [[TheFairFolk fairy]], but the ''Horned Hunter'' of CelticMythology. Which means he ''[[AnthropomorphicPersonification embodies predators]]''. His deer-skull mask has [[RuleOfScary huge, menacing antlers,]] which he frequently uses [[UseYourHead to gore people like an actual stag.]] The Irish gods are at their wit's end trying to break the curse he put on Alima and her family, since [[GodsHandsAreTied even they need to respect nature.]] And they really don't want to risk [[ExactWords the Hunter twisting their actions into "upsetting the balance of nature"]] and going [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame open-season on MORE people]].

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* Applied full force in ''{{Literature/Moonflowers}}'', where it's eventually revealed that TheWildHunt's leader--aptly called the Hunter--isn't just a powerful [[TheFairFolk a powerful fairy]], but the ''Horned Hunter'' of CelticMythology. Which means he ''[[AnthropomorphicPersonification embodies predators]]''. His deer-skull mask has [[RuleOfScary huge, menacing antlers,]] antlers]] and [[RedEyesTakeWarning burning red sockets,]] which he frequently uses [[UseYourHead to gore people like an actual stag.]] The Irish gods are at their wit's end trying to break the curse he put on Alima Song and her family, family as victims of [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame the Fairy Raid,]] since [[GodsHandsAreTied even they need to respect nature.]] And nature]]. As Maidin the river-fairy notes, they really don't want can't actually stop the Raid--they can only make him stop hunting ''specific people,'' and they'd need to [[EquivalentExchange sacrifice others in exchange for his former victims' lives.]] If the gods tell him to call off the Raid entirely, there's a serious risk [[ExactWords the Hunter twisting their actions into "upsetting the balance of nature"]] and going that he'd use that as an excuse [[HuntingTheMostDangerousGame to go open-season on EVEN MORE people]].people]] in retaliation for [[ExactWords "going against the natural order."]]
24th Jan '17 11:27:10 PM PaulA
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* The live-action version of ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'' uses this for the Wild Woods, the home of the Weasels. This is the Weasels life philosophy, as described in their VillainSong ''Secret Of Survival (In a Very Nasty World)''.

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* The live-action version of ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'' ''Film/{{The Wind in the Willows|1996}}'' uses this for the Wild Woods, the home of the Weasels. This is the Weasels Weasels' life philosophy, as described in their VillainSong ''Secret VillainSong, "Secret Of Survival (In a Very Nasty World)''.World)".
30th Dec '16 6:03:02 PM rmctagg09
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* The Pokedex entries in the new ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' invokes this in spades, giving us much more realistic descriptions of various Pokemon, however dark they may seem.

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* The Pokedex Pokédex entries in the new ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' invokes invoke this in spades, giving us much more realistic descriptions of various Pokemon, Pokémon, however dark they may seem.
30th Dec '16 4:41:58 PM sorin255
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* The Pokedex entries in the new ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' invokes this in spades, giving us much more realistic descriptions of various Pokemon, however dark they may seem.
17th Dec '16 8:33:10 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* The live-action version of ''WindInTheWillows'' uses this for the Wild Woods, the home of the Weasels. This is the Weasels life philosophy, as described in their VillainSong ''Secret Of Survival (In a Very Nasty World)''.

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* The live-action version of ''WindInTheWillows'' ''Literature/TheWindInTheWillows'' uses this for the Wild Woods, the home of the Weasels. This is the Weasels life philosophy, as described in their VillainSong ''Secret Of Survival (In a Very Nasty World)''.
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