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25th Jul '16 12:18:37 AM Ghostninja109
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** Pretty much any Digimon in a special group would likely count in the broader franchise as being part of a special group suggests both uniqueness and great power. Yes, even the Devas despite them being a level below the rest.
22nd Jul '16 12:25:54 PM Morgenthaler
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** The DangerouslyGenreSavvy Ghetsis from ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' points this out.

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** The DangerouslyGenreSavvy Ghetsis from ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' points this out.
20th Jul '16 5:30:07 PM SpinAttaxx
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** The Gen VII games ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' continue the trend with a 500 year old RobotGirl with immense power inside it[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], with many more sure to follow.

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** The Gen VII games ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' games, ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'', continue the trend with a psychic metal lion said to be the beast that devours the sun[[note]]Solgaleo[[/note]], a ghostly bat that's thought to be the moon's emissary[[note]]Lunala[[/note]], and a 500 year old RobotGirl with immense power inside it[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], {{magitek}} RobotGirl[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], with many more sure to follow.
10th May '16 12:52:45 AM Hylarn
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* Happens occasionally on Pokebattles due to its Pokemon style format. The quote above was probably taken from one.

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* Happens occasionally on Pokebattles due to its Pokemon style format. The quote above was probably taken from one.
3rd Apr '16 4:42:36 AM Wixelt
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** The games allow you to capture, among other things: Elemental birds of ice, thunder, and fire[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres[[/note]]; the common ancestor of most other {{Mon}}s and its SuperSoldier [[CloningBlues clone]] GoneHorriblyRight[[note]]Mew and Mewtwo[[/note]]; Elemental beasts of thunder, fire, and water[[note]]Raikou, Entei, and Suicune[[/note]]; a rainbow phoenix and a draconic bird that can cause storms with a flap of its wings[[note]]Lugia and Ho-Oh[[/note]]; a time-traveling avatar of flora[[note]]Celebi[[/note]]; golems of rock, ice, and steel[[note]]Regirock, Regice, and Registeel[[/note]]; twin dragons with enough psychic firepower to stop a tidal wave[[note]]Latios and Latias[[/note]]; the embodiments of the sea, earth, and sky[[note]]Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza[[/note]]; a wish granting FunSize star[[note]]Jirachi[[/note]]; a shapeshifting alien virus creature[[note]]Deoxys[[/note]]; the creators of knowledge, emotion, and free will[[note]]Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf[[/note]]; the masters of time, space, and antimatter/death[[note]]Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina[[/note]]; a volcano spirit[[note]]Heatran[[/note]]; a colossal golem that supposedly moved continents and created the aforementioned rock, ice, and steel golems[[note]]Regigigas[[/note]]; the crescent moon/living embodiment of dreams and the new moon/a living embodiment of nightmares[[note]]Cresselia and Darkrai[[/note]]; the prince of the seas[[note]]Manaphy[[/note]] and his son[[note]]Phione[[/note]]; another avatar of flora for good measure[[note]]Shaymin[[/note]]; and what is outright stated[[note]]In the Heart Gold and Soul Silver Dex entries[[/note]] to be ''[[PhysicalGod the creator of the Pokemon universe itself]]''[[note]]Arceus[[/note]].
** Gen V introduced a small critter that is the personification of victory (and [[ILoveNuclearPower possibly a nuke]])[[note]]Victini[[/note]], ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' and D'artagnan[[note]]Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, and Keldeo[[/note]], dragons of Yang, Yin, and Wuji that were originally one entity that may or may not have been an alien[[note]]Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem[[/note]], the Japanese gods of wind, thunder, and fertility[[note]]Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus[[/note]], a muse[[note]]Meloetta[[/note]], and a long since extinct insect resurrected from a fossil and cybernetically enhanced by Team Plasma scientists in the hope of creating the ultimate weapon[[note]]Genesect[[/note]].
** With the arrival of ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', one can now have the avatar of life[[note]]Xerneas[[/note]], death[[note]]Yveltal[[/note]] and order[[note]]Zygarde[[/note]], as well as a small creature made of rock that can create gems out of thin air[[note]]Diancie[[/note]], a kleptomaniac being that can open cross-dimensional wormholes on a whim[[note]]Hoopa[[/note]] and an OxymoronicBeing which is the embodiment of steam and volcanoes[[note]]Volcanion[[/note]].
** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' continue the trend with a 500 year old RobotGirl with immense power inside it[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], with many more sure to follow.

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** The Gen I-IV games allow you to capture, among other things: Elemental birds of ice, thunder, and fire[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres[[/note]]; the common ancestor of most other {{Mon}}s and its SuperSoldier [[CloningBlues clone]] GoneHorriblyRight[[note]]Mew and Mewtwo[[/note]]; Elemental beasts of thunder, fire, and water[[note]]Raikou, Entei, and Suicune[[/note]]; a rainbow phoenix and a draconic bird that can cause storms with a flap of its wings[[note]]Lugia and Ho-Oh[[/note]]; a time-traveling avatar of flora[[note]]Celebi[[/note]]; golems of rock, ice, and steel[[note]]Regirock, Regice, and Registeel[[/note]]; twin dragons with enough psychic firepower to stop a tidal wave[[note]]Latios and Latias[[/note]]; the embodiments of the sea, earth, and sky[[note]]Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza[[/note]]; a wish granting FunSize star[[note]]Jirachi[[/note]]; a shapeshifting alien virus creature[[note]]Deoxys[[/note]]; the creators of knowledge, emotion, and free will[[note]]Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf[[/note]]; the masters of time, space, and antimatter/death[[note]]Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina[[/note]]; a volcano spirit[[note]]Heatran[[/note]]; a colossal golem that supposedly moved continents and created the aforementioned rock, ice, and steel golems[[note]]Regigigas[[/note]]; the crescent moon/living embodiment of dreams and the new moon/a living embodiment of nightmares[[note]]Cresselia and Darkrai[[/note]]; the prince of the seas[[note]]Manaphy[[/note]] and his son[[note]]Phione[[/note]]; another avatar of flora for good measure[[note]]Shaymin[[/note]]; and what is outright stated[[note]]In the Heart Gold and Soul Silver Dex entries[[/note]] to be ''[[PhysicalGod the creator of the Pokemon universe itself]]''[[note]]Arceus[[/note]].
** Gen V introduced a & Gen VI continue the trend by introducing: A small critter that is the personification of victory (and [[ILoveNuclearPower possibly a nuke]])[[note]]Victini[[/note]], ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' and D'artagnan[[note]]Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, and Keldeo[[/note]], dragons of Yang, Yin, and Wuji that were originally one entity that may or may not have been an alien[[note]]Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem[[/note]], the Japanese gods of wind, thunder, and fertility[[note]]Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus[[/note]], a muse[[note]]Meloetta[[/note]], and a long since extinct insect resurrected from a fossil and cybernetically enhanced by Team Plasma scientists in the hope of creating the ultimate weapon[[note]]Genesect[[/note]].
** With the arrival of ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', one can now have
weapon[[note]]Genesect[[/note]], the avatar of life[[note]]Xerneas[[/note]], death[[note]]Yveltal[[/note]] and order[[note]]Zygarde[[/note]], as well as a small rock-based creature made of rock that can create gems out of thin air[[note]]Diancie[[/note]], a kleptomaniac being that can open cross-dimensional wormholes on a whim[[note]]Hoopa[[/note]] and an OxymoronicBeing which is the embodiment of steam and volcanoes[[note]]Volcanion[[/note]].
** The Gen VII games ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' continue the trend with a 500 year old RobotGirl with immense power inside it[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], with many more sure to follow.
2nd Apr '16 2:56:26 PM wootzits
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* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}}'' has Opal, designated as the Jewelpet of "Awakening and Miracles" and the only pet based on [[WingedUnicorn a mythical animal]]. She plays this trope straight in the first season, where she single-handedly stopped a war in the backstory, and later gets summoned by the heroes to defeat a rampaging villain in a climactic mid-season battle. However, later seasons have diminished her godly characteristics and put her on par with most other pets.

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* ''Franchise/{{Jewelpet}}'' has Opal, designated as the Jewelpet of "Awakening and Miracles" and the only pet based on [[WingedUnicorn a mythical animal]]. She plays this trope straight in [[Anime/{{Jewelpet 2009}} the first season, season]], where she single-handedly stopped a war in the backstory, and later gets summoned by the heroes to defeat a rampaging villain in a climactic mid-season battle. However, later seasons have diminished her godly characteristics and put her on par with most other pets.
10th Mar '16 12:41:44 PM SpinAttaxx
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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''
** The game allows you to capture, among other things: Elemental birds of ice, thunder, and fire[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres[[/note]]; the common ancestor of most other {{Mon}}s and its SuperSoldier [[CloningBlues clone]] GoneHorriblyRight[[note]]Mew and Mewtwo[[/note]]; Elemental beasts of thunder, fire, and water[[note]]Raikou, Entei, and Suicune[[/note]]; a rainbow phoenix and a draconic bird that can cause storms with a flap of its wings[[note]]Lugia and Ho-Oh[[/note]]; a time-traveling avatar of flora[[note]]Celebi[[/note]]; golems of rock, ice, and steel[[note]]Regirock, Regice, and Registeel[[/note]]; twin dragons with enough psychic firepower to stop a tidal wave[[note]]Latios and Latias[[/note]]; the embodiments of the sea, earth, and sky[[note]]Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza[[/note]]; a wish granting FunSize star[[note]]Jirachi[[/note]]; a shapeshifting alien virus creature[[note]]Deoxys[[/note]]; the creators of knowledge, emotion, and free will[[note]]Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf[[/note]]; the masters of time, space, and antimatter/death[[note]]Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina[[/note]]; a volcano spirit[[note]]Heatran[[/note]]; a colossal golem that supposedly moved continents and created the aforementioned rock, ice, and steel golems[[note]]Regigigas[[/note]]; the crescent moon/living embodiment of dreams and the new moon/a living embodiment of nightmares[[note]]Cresselia and Darkrai[[/note]]; the prince of the seas[[note]]Manaphy[[/note]] and his son[[note]]Phione[[/note]]; another avatar of flora for good measure[[note]]Shaymin[[/note]]; and what is outright stated [[note]]In the Heart Gold and Soul Silver Dex entries[[/note]] to be ''[[PhysicalGod the creator of the Pokemon universe itself]]''[[note]]Arceus[[/note]].
** As of the 5th gen, there's a small critter that is the personification of victory (and possibly a nuke)[[note]]Victini[[/note]], ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' and D'artagnan[[note]]Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, and Keldeo[[/note]], dragons of Yang, Yin, and Wuji that were originally one entity that may or may not have been an alien[[note]]Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem[[/note]], the Japanese gods of wind, thunder, and fertility[[note]]Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus[[/note]], a muse[[note]]Meloetta[[/note]], and a long since extinct insect resurrected from a fossil and cybernetically enhanced by Team Plasma scientists in the hope of creating the ultimate weapon[[note]]Genesect[[/note]].
** With the arrival of ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', one can now have the avatar of life[[note]]Xerneas[[/note]], death[[note]]Yveltal[[/note]] and order[[note]]Zygarde[[/note]], as well as a small creature made of rock that can create gems out of thin air[[note]]Diancie[[/note]], a kleptomaniac being that can open cross-dimensional wormholes on a whim [[note]]Hoopa[[/note]] and a creature which is the embodiment of steam, volcanos, and heat [[note]]Volcanion[[/note]].

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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''
''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** The game allows games allow you to capture, among other things: Elemental birds of ice, thunder, and fire[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, and Moltres[[/note]]; the common ancestor of most other {{Mon}}s and its SuperSoldier [[CloningBlues clone]] GoneHorriblyRight[[note]]Mew and Mewtwo[[/note]]; Elemental beasts of thunder, fire, and water[[note]]Raikou, Entei, and Suicune[[/note]]; a rainbow phoenix and a draconic bird that can cause storms with a flap of its wings[[note]]Lugia and Ho-Oh[[/note]]; a time-traveling avatar of flora[[note]]Celebi[[/note]]; golems of rock, ice, and steel[[note]]Regirock, Regice, and Registeel[[/note]]; twin dragons with enough psychic firepower to stop a tidal wave[[note]]Latios and Latias[[/note]]; the embodiments of the sea, earth, and sky[[note]]Kyogre, Groudon, and Rayquaza[[/note]]; a wish granting FunSize star[[note]]Jirachi[[/note]]; a shapeshifting alien virus creature[[note]]Deoxys[[/note]]; the creators of knowledge, emotion, and free will[[note]]Uxie, Mesprit, and Azelf[[/note]]; the masters of time, space, and antimatter/death[[note]]Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina[[/note]]; a volcano spirit[[note]]Heatran[[/note]]; a colossal golem that supposedly moved continents and created the aforementioned rock, ice, and steel golems[[note]]Regigigas[[/note]]; the crescent moon/living embodiment of dreams and the new moon/a living embodiment of nightmares[[note]]Cresselia and Darkrai[[/note]]; the prince of the seas[[note]]Manaphy[[/note]] and his son[[note]]Phione[[/note]]; another avatar of flora for good measure[[note]]Shaymin[[/note]]; and what is outright stated [[note]]In stated[[note]]In the Heart Gold and Soul Silver Dex entries[[/note]] to be ''[[PhysicalGod the creator of the Pokemon universe itself]]''[[note]]Arceus[[/note]].
** As of the 5th gen, there's Gen V introduced a small critter that is the personification of victory (and [[ILoveNuclearPower possibly a nuke)[[note]]Victini[[/note]], nuke]])[[note]]Victini[[/note]], ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' and D'artagnan[[note]]Cobalion, Terrakion, Virizion, and Keldeo[[/note]], dragons of Yang, Yin, and Wuji that were originally one entity that may or may not have been an alien[[note]]Reshiram, Zekrom, and Kyurem[[/note]], the Japanese gods of wind, thunder, and fertility[[note]]Tornadus, Thundurus, and Landorus[[/note]], a muse[[note]]Meloetta[[/note]], and a long since extinct insect resurrected from a fossil and cybernetically enhanced by Team Plasma scientists in the hope of creating the ultimate weapon[[note]]Genesect[[/note]].
** With the arrival of ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', one can now have the avatar of life[[note]]Xerneas[[/note]], death[[note]]Yveltal[[/note]] and order[[note]]Zygarde[[/note]], as well as a small creature made of rock that can create gems out of thin air[[note]]Diancie[[/note]], a kleptomaniac being that can open cross-dimensional wormholes on a whim [[note]]Hoopa[[/note]] whim[[note]]Hoopa[[/note]] and a creature an OxymoronicBeing which is the embodiment of steam, volcanos, steam and heat [[note]]Volcanion[[/note]].volcanoes[[note]]Volcanion[[/note]].
** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' continue the trend with a 500 year old RobotGirl with immense power inside it[[note]]Magearna[[/note]], with many more sure to follow.



** Apparently, you can do this because the Pokeballs work as power limiters, allowing you to control them. This is one of the reasons why the big bad of ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' wants to control the masters of time and/or space by force, rather than capturing them in Pokéballs.

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** Apparently, you can do this because the Pokeballs Poké Balls work as power limiters, allowing you to control them. This is one of the reasons why the big bad BigBad of ''VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl'' wants to control the masters of time and/or space by force, rather than capturing them in Pokéballs.Poké Balls.



** Oddly enough, story-wise, while it seems easy enough for the heroes to tame these creatures, villains aren't so good at it. With the exception of Team Rocket and Team Plasma in their first appearance, the villain team's EvilPlan ''always'' involves harnessing the power of a Legendary in some way. It ''never'' works. Either the Legendary sides with the hero or [[TheDogBitesBack lashes out at everything in anger]], forcing the hero to battle it in order to calm it. The only villain to have ''any'' success taming one in N, if [[AntiVillain you can even call him a villain.]] The exception is [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Cip]][[VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness her]], who has seized control of the Birds of Kanto[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres[[/note]], the Beasts of Johto[[note]]Entei, Raikou and Suicune[[/note]] and Lugia, [[TheCorruption convert them into Shadow Pokemon]], and retain complete control over them until they were snagged. Cipher uses [=XD001=] (Shadow Lugia) to seize a Pokemon import vessel and [[NeverSayDie toss the crew overboard]] before [[SaharanShipwreck dropping it in the Eclo Wastes]]; a sizable chunk of NightmareFuel revolves around what they'd use the ''other'' legendaries for if given the opportunity to Shadow them.

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** Oddly enough, story-wise, while it seems easy enough for the heroes to tame these creatures, villains aren't so good at it. With the exception of Team Rocket and Team Plasma in their first appearance, Rocket, the villain team's EvilPlan of every villain team ''always'' involves harnessing the power of a Legendary in some way. It almost ''never'' works. Either the Legendary sides with the hero or [[TheDogBitesBack lashes out at everything in anger]], forcing the hero to battle it in order to calm it. The only villain villains to have ''any'' success taming one in N, if are [[VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite N]] (if [[AntiVillain you can even call him a villain.]] villain]]) and [[VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 Ghetsis]]. The exception is [[VideoGame/PokemonColosseum Cip]][[VideoGame/PokemonXDGaleOfDarkness her]], who has seized control of the Birds of Kanto[[note]]Articuno, Zapdos, Moltres[[/note]], the Beasts of Johto[[note]]Entei, Raikou and Suicune[[/note]] and Lugia, [[TheCorruption convert them into Shadow Pokemon]], and retain complete control over them until they were snagged. Cipher uses [=XD001=] (Shadow Lugia) to seize a Pokemon import vessel and [[NeverSayDie toss the crew overboard]] before [[SaharanShipwreck dropping it in the Eclo Wastes]]; a sizable chunk of NightmareFuel revolves around what they'd use the ''other'' legendaries for if given the opportunity to Shadow them.
25th Jan '16 9:29:00 AM SAMAS
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Sometimes, in {{Mon}} games, the game will allow the player to [[CapturedSuperEntity capture and control creatures]] that a [[KidHero preteen hero]] has absolutely no business owning. A kind of DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu moment for TheKidWithTheRemoteControl, {{Mon}} games will allow the player to capture [[CosmicEntity cosmic]], and other supernaturally-powerful beings. Of course, other media occasionally have gods captured by humankind as well.

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Sometimes, in {{Mon}} games, the game will allow the player to [[CapturedSuperEntity capture and control creatures]] that a [[KidHero preteen hero]] has absolutely no business owning. A kind of DidYouJustPunchOutCthulhu moment for TheKidWithTheRemoteControl, {{Mon}} games will allow the player to capture [[CosmicEntity cosmic]], cosmic entities]], [[PhysicalGod living forces of nature]], and other supernaturally-powerful beings. Of course, other media occasionally have gods captured by humankind as well.
21st Jan '16 3:04:23 PM ultimomant
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** ''[[Anime/YuGiOh the original Yu-Gi-Oh]]'' has the playable [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Egyptian God]] [[CardGames Cards]]. There are also a number of arch-demonlike/godlike cards out there. Timaeus & company, [[InstantWinCondition Exodia]], Dark Ruler Ha Des, Dark Creator, the Sacred Beasts, Black Luster Soldier and Chaos Emperor Dragon, Five God Dragon, and the list goes on. Most characters who use these cards do so frivilously; Yugi, being the hero, is likely the only one who at first realizes the potential danger they may pose. (As he says when he wins Sky Dragon Osiris, "I must be ''very'' careful with this...") Heck, even Blue Eyes White Dragon had a god-like backstory before the game's PowerCreep got the better of it. And there's still its fusion forms, the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon]] (which even after the power creep still has the 5th highest attack power in the game, with all of the stronger cards being ludicrously impractical to use) and the even more powerful Dragon Master Knight.

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** ''[[Anime/YuGiOh the The original Yu-Gi-Oh]]'' has the playable [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Egyptian God]] [[CardGames Cards]]. There are also a number of arch-demonlike/godlike cards out there. Timaeus & company, [[InstantWinCondition Exodia]], Dark Ruler Ha Des, Dark Creator, the Sacred Beasts, Black Luster Soldier and Chaos Emperor Dragon, Five God Dragon, and the list goes on. Most characters who use these cards do so frivilously; Yugi, being the hero, is likely the only one who at first realizes the potential danger they may pose. (As he says when he wins Sky Dragon Osiris, "I must be ''very'' careful with this...") Heck, even Blue Eyes White Dragon had a god-like backstory before the game's PowerCreep got the better of it. And there's still its fusion forms, the [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Blue Eyes Ultimate Dragon]] (which even after the power creep still has the 5th highest attack power in the game, with all of the stronger cards being ludicrously impractical to use) and the even more powerful Dragon Master Knight.



** Yu-gi-oh Zexal introduces Number 100: Numeron Dragon who was before before being reborn as a Number said to create the universe and was used Yuma and Nasch/[[spoiler: Shark]] in their battle against Don Thousand.

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** Yu-gi-oh Zexal ''Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL'' introduces Number 100: Numeron Dragon who was before before being reborn as a Number said to create the universe and was used by Yuma and Nasch/[[spoiler: Shark]] in their battle against Don Thousand.
15th Jan '16 5:44:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''{{Pokethulhu}}'' is pretty much made of this.
* ''MonstersAndOtherChildishThings'' is pretty much based on this concept. Your character (who may be anywhere from 8 to 18 years old depending on the game) has a pet monster that's his or her absolute best friend, and backs the character up in fights against other kids and their monsters. The adult world generally knows about these monsters, but is powerless to stop them - only monsters can really hurt other monsters, and they can tear through people and most earthly materials like tissue paper. Most monsters are some form of EldritchAbomination to boot.
* ''MagicTheGathering'' has '''tons''' of creatures that can easily count, most of which are Legendary. One of the most famous examples is [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=370405 Progenitus]], with his famous "protection from everything". The flavor text, "The Soul of the World has returned", pretty much say it all.

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* ''{{Pokethulhu}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Pokethulhu}}'' is pretty much made of this.
* ''MonstersAndOtherChildishThings'' ''TabletopGame/MonstersAndOtherChildishThings'' is pretty much based on this concept. Your character (who may be anywhere from 8 to 18 years old depending on the game) has a pet monster that's his or her absolute best friend, and backs the character up in fights against other kids and their monsters. The adult world generally knows about these monsters, but is powerless to stop them - only monsters can really hurt other monsters, and they can tear through people and most earthly materials like tissue paper. Most monsters are some form of EldritchAbomination to boot.
* ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has '''tons''' of creatures that can easily count, most of which are Legendary. One of the most famous examples is [[http://gatherer.wizards.com/Pages/Card/Details.aspx?multiverseid=370405 Progenitus]], with his famous "protection from everything". The flavor text, "The Soul of the World has returned", pretty much say it all.
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