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18th Oct '17 1:30:43 PM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is [[CharacterTitle "the crocodile-god"]] as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a positive figure since Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be gods or [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern-type dragons.]] Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from Maori mythology and the film ''Film/WhaleRider''; due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his other titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Eastern dragon that the author based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is [[CharacterTitle "the crocodile-god"]] as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a positive figure since Filipino figure--Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be gods or [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern-type dragons.]] dragons]] or even gods themselves. Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from Maori mythology and the film ''Film/WhaleRider''; due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his other titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Eastern dragon that the author based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]
18th Oct '17 1:29:19 PM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is [[CharacterTitle "the crocodile-god"]] as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a positive figure for the ancient Tagalogs, since Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be gods or [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern dragons.]] Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from Maori mythology and the film ''Film/WhaleRider''; due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Eastern dragon that the author based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is [[CharacterTitle "the crocodile-god"]] as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a positive figure for the ancient Tagalogs, since Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be gods or [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern Eastern-type dragons.]] Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from Maori mythology and the film ''Film/WhaleRider''; due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER other titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Eastern dragon that the author based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]
18th Oct '17 1:27:06 PM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god" as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a NiceGuy and a positive figure, and Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be Asian-type dragons. Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider'' and Maori mythology, as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Asian-type dragon that the author openly based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is [[CharacterTitle "the crocodile-god" crocodile-god"]] as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a NiceGuy and a positive figure, and figure for the ancient Tagalogs, since Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be Asian-type dragons. gods or [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Eastern dragons.]] Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from Maori mythology and the film ''Film/WhaleRider'' and Maori mythology, as ''Film/WhaleRider''; due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of Paikea.) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Asian-type Eastern dragon that the author openly based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]
16th Oct '17 5:17:22 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/CaptureTheFlag'': When trying to sneak onto the NASA launch site, the 3 kids have to cross a swamp filled with alligators.
14th Oct '17 12:40:35 PM Mukademaoh
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* Zigzagged with Crocosec from ''WesternAnimation/DofusTheTreasuresOfKerubim'', one of Kerubim's TrueCompanons. He's a perfectly nice and lovable crocodile-man who suffers from a literal ChronicBackstabbingDisorder which forces him to betray his friends, usually during critical moments.
11th Oct '17 9:44:30 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god" as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a NiceGuy and a positive figure, and Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves. Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of [[NamesTheSame the Maori figure Paikea.]]) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth,"]] and he does that by turning into an Asian-type dragon that the author openly based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god" as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since Haik is very much a NiceGuy and a positive figure, and Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves.Asian-type dragons. Haik has implied YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (intentionally (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' ''Film/WhaleRider'' and Maori mythology, as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of [[NamesTheSame the Maori figure Paikea.]]) ) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth,"]] and he teeth."]] He does that by turning into an Asian-type dragon that the author openly based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]
10th Oct '17 11:52:08 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god," and he often turned into a saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size, aggression, and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. However, DarkIsNotEvil since like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves, and he's implied to have YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of [[NamesTheSame the Maori figure Paikea.]])

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god," and crocodile-god" as he often turned into a huge saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size, aggression, and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. crocodile. However, DarkIsNotEvil since like Haik is very much of Asia, a NiceGuy and a positive figure, and Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves, and he's themselves. Haik has implied to have YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally (intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story views him as a folk-memory of [[NamesTheSame the Maori figure Paikea.]])]]) However, Haik is [[GoodIsNotSoft definitely not SOFT]] since one of his OTHER titles is [[SeaMonster "(he) who breaks the ships in his teeth,"]] and he does that by turning into an Asian-type dragon that the author openly based on [[DinosaursAreDragons even BIGGER ancient crocodilians.]]
9th Oct '17 11:40:06 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god," and he often turned into a saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size, aggression, and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. However, DarkIsNotEvil since like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves, and he's implied to have YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as the story holds him to be a folk-memory of the Maori figure Paikea.)

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet is "the crocodile-god," and he often turned into a saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size, aggression, and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. However, DarkIsNotEvil since like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves, and he's implied to have YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as due to lack of real-life myths about Haik, the story holds views him to be as a folk-memory of [[NamesTheSame the Maori figure Paikea.)]])
9th Oct '17 11:39:15 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet of "the crocodile-god" was widely-known in the precolonial Philippines, he often turned into a saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. (He also turns into a SeaMonster / Asian-type dragon resembling [[DinosaursAreDragons a ship-sized ancestor of said crocodile.]]) However, DarkIsNotEvil since like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves. Haik is very much a NiceGuy--he's just [[GoodIsNotSoft not SOFT.]] (Exemplified when a colonial-era Spaniard [[TooDumbToLive shot Haik's pregnant wife in front of him,]] and immediately [[PrimalFear got EATEN by an enraged crocodile-shifted Haik.]])

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. His titular epithet of is "the crocodile-god" was widely-known in the precolonial Philippines, crocodile-god," and he often turned into a saltwater crocodile--notorious for its size size, aggression, and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. (He also turns into a SeaMonster / Asian-type dragon resembling [[DinosaursAreDragons a ship-sized ancestor of said crocodile.]]) However, DarkIsNotEvil since like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves. Haik is very much a NiceGuy--he's just [[GoodIsNotSoft not SOFT.]] (Exemplified when a colonial-era Spaniard [[TooDumbToLive shot Haik's pregnant wife in front of him,]] themselves, and immediately [[PrimalFear got EATEN by an enraged crocodile-shifted Haik.]])he's implied to have YinYangBomb symbolism due to his two most widely-used epithets: The crocodile-god, and [[ShoutOut the Whale Rider.]] (This is intentionally drawing from the film ''Film/WhaleRider,'' as the story holds him to be a folk-memory of the Maori figure Paikea.)
9th Oct '17 11:30:32 AM Sharysa
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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. Before the Spanish conquered the Philippines, he was frequently referred to as the titular crocodile-god, and often turned into a saltwater crocodile as well as a SeaMonster resembling [[DinosaursAreDragons a ship-sized ancestor of said crocodile.]] However, DarkIsNotEvil since as with much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves. Haik is very much a NiceGuy--he's just [[GoodIsNotSoft not SOFT.]] (Exemplified when a colonial-era Spaniard [[TooDumbToLive shot Haik's pregnant wife in front of him,]] and immediately [[PrimalFear got EATEN by an enraged crocodile-shifted Haik.]])

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* ''Literature/TheCrocodileGod'' features Haik, the Tagalog sea-god with extensive indigenous crocodile tattoos on his arm and back. Before His titular epithet of "the crocodile-god" was widely-known in the Spanish conquered the precolonial Philippines, he was frequently referred to as the titular crocodile-god, and often turned into a saltwater crocodile as well as crocodile--notorious for its size and its ability to travel between saltwater AND freshwater. (He also turns into a SeaMonster / Asian-type dragon resembling [[DinosaursAreDragons a ship-sized ancestor of said crocodile.]] ]]) However, DarkIsNotEvil since as with like much of Asia, Filipino mythology held crocodiles to be either dragons or gods themselves. Haik is very much a NiceGuy--he's just [[GoodIsNotSoft not SOFT.]] (Exemplified when a colonial-era Spaniard [[TooDumbToLive shot Haik's pregnant wife in front of him,]] and immediately [[PrimalFear got EATEN by an enraged crocodile-shifted Haik.]])
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