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7th Dec '16 5:53:22 PM Gravityman
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces a couple. Sandygast and Palossand are ''carnivorous sandcastles'', and Dhelmise is a haunted length of seaweed using an anchor and ship's wheel as weapons.

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces a couple. Sandygast and Palossand are ''carnivorous ''carnivorous, mind-controlling sandcastles'', and Dhelmise is a haunted length of seaweed using an anchor and ship's wheel as weapons.
22nd Nov '16 4:49:41 PM GahmahRaan
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** ''Sun and Moon'' also introduced the Ultra Beasts, creatures that are not even technically Pokemon and seem to be StarfishAliens. Standouts include Nihilego, a parasitic glass jellyfish whose poison controls and strengthens its host and Celesteela, a gigantic, flying metal thing with what seem to be detached, floating pillars for arms that inexplicably uses a lot of Grass-type moves.

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** ''Sun and Moon'' also introduced the Ultra Beasts, creatures that are not even technically Pokemon and seem to be StarfishAliens. Standouts include Nihilego, a parasitic glass jellyfish whose poison controls and strengthens its host host; Xurkitree, a vaguely humanoid collection of power cables that function as limbs and has a spark-ball for a head, which makes it look like a tree; Celesteela, a gigantic, flying metal thing that looks like a long-necked priestess with what seem to be detached, floating pillars for arms that inexplicably uses a lot of Grass-type moves.moves; and Kartana, an origami humanoid capable of slicing buildings in half.
21st Nov '16 5:49:41 PM Gravityman
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** ''Sun and Moon'' also introduced the Ultra Beasts, creatures that are not even technically Pokemon and seem to be StarfishAliens. Standouts include Nihilego, a parasitic glass jellyfish whose poison controls and strengthens its host and Celesteela, a gigantic, flying metal thing with what seem to be detached, floating pillars for arms.

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** ''Sun and Moon'' also introduced the Ultra Beasts, creatures that are not even technically Pokemon and seem to be StarfishAliens. Standouts include Nihilego, a parasitic glass jellyfish whose poison controls and strengthens its host and Celesteela, a gigantic, flying metal thing with what seem to be detached, floating pillars for arms.arms that inexplicably uses a lot of Grass-type moves.
20th Nov '16 5:55:15 PM Gravityman
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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces Sandygast and Palossand, ''carnivorous sandcastles''.

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** ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces a couple. Sandygast and Palossand, Palossand are ''carnivorous sandcastles''.sandcastles'', and Dhelmise is a haunted length of seaweed using an anchor and ship's wheel as weapons.
** ''Sun and Moon'' also introduced the Ultra Beasts, creatures that are not even technically Pokemon and seem to be StarfishAliens. Standouts include Nihilego, a parasitic glass jellyfish whose poison controls and strengthens its host and Celesteela, a gigantic, flying metal thing with what seem to be detached, floating pillars for arms.
4th Nov '16 5:36:17 AM TheKaizerreich
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** A minor enemy that sometimes shows up in (fan) artwork [[note]]its first apperance was in the HolidayMode artwork of German Destroyer Z3 Max Schultz[[/note]] is the "Enemy Naval Mine", a [[OrganicTechnology bio-mechanical]] black sphere with glowing lights, at least one huge mouth and a number of tentacles, whose attack is to ''strip'' the ship girls and... presumably worse. They also prefer submarine girls and other UsefulNotes/{{Pettanko}}s.
3rd Nov '16 12:38:04 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** ''PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces Sandygast and Palossand, ''carnivorous sandcastles''.

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** ''PokemonSunAndMoon'' ''VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon'' introduces Sandygast and Palossand, ''carnivorous sandcastles''.
28th Oct '16 8:22:43 AM hamza678
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* ''Aratama Tribe:'' Most of the Oni (former human spirits who mutated into demons that eat negative emotions and produce even more malice) look like their mythological Japanese counterpart: horned heads, sharp teeth, muscled bodies, the usual. The Oni Otoshi, unlike the typical Oni, looks more human and is a pure blood oni that turns living humans into other Oni. One of those humans happened to be a pair of bullied high school students who, under the power of the Oni Otoshi, fused back to back into a bizarre two headed creature with two pairs of hands and legs: http://www.mangafox.com/manga/aratama_tribe/v01/c002/15.html.

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* ''Aratama Tribe:'' Most of the Oni (former human spirits who mutated into demons that eat negative emotions and produce even more malice) look like their mythological Japanese counterpart: horned heads, sharp teeth, muscled bodies, the usual. The Oni Otoshi, unlike the typical Oni, looks more human and is a pure blood oni that turns living humans into other Oni. One of those humans happened to be a pair of bullied high school students who, under the power of the Oni Otoshi, fused back to back into a bizarre two headed creature with two pairs of hands and legs: http://www.mangafox.com/manga/aratama_tribe/v01/c002/15.html.legs.
21st Oct '16 1:46:13 PM KatanaCat
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* This is the main appeal of ''VideoGame/MonsterParty''. Deep-fried food, fish with human legs, naked pairs of disembodied legs, [[DancingPants wandering pants]], umpires... it could be renamed "GiantSpaceFleaFromNowhere: The Game".
30th Sep '16 4:08:35 AM tigerstar
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' delights in showing us strange and fantastical monsters, from giant eyeballs, to sentient buildings, to gems that cause clothing to come to life. The gem fusions can also tip over into freaky territory, such as Alexandrite (six arms, a second mouth in her jaw) and Malachite (four arms that act as legs).

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' delights in showing us strange and fantastical monsters, from giant eyeballs, to sentient buildings, to gems that cause clothing to come to life. The gem fusions can also tip over into freaky territory, such as Alexandrite (six arms, a second mouth in her jaw) and Malachite (four arms that act as legs). The artificial fusions that start appearing in season 2 are especially horrifying, being assemblages of various body parts stuck together seemingly at random.
16th Sep '16 4:39:14 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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** In the original live action ''Series/GiantRobo'' series they had some ''bizarre'' monsters, like a giant flying hairy eyeball -- that grew legs, no less -- and a giant robot hand. ''Just'' a hand. [[{{Pun}} Maybe they wanted to give the good guys the finger.]]

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** In the original live action ''Series/GiantRobo'' ''Manga/GiantRobo'' series they had some ''bizarre'' monsters, like a giant flying hairy eyeball -- that grew legs, no less -- and a giant robot hand. ''Just'' a hand. [[{{Pun}} Maybe they wanted to give the good guys the finger.]]
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