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22nd Jul '17 3:40:41 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* The Reavers in ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' are human, but their behavior is distinctly ogrish:
-->"If they take the ship, they'll rape us to death, eat our flesh, and sew our skins into their clothing... and if we're very, very lucky, they'll do it in that order."
15th Jul '17 12:25:23 PM Theriocephalus
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** Rat Ogres are hulking rat-like monsters the size of ogres used as shock troops by the [[RatMen Skaven]]. There's some debate about where they're from -- it's certain that they're creation of the monster-breeders of Clan Moulder, but besides that there's debate about whether they were once regular Ogres who were twisted by dark magic or whether they were bred and mutated from Skaven stock. True Ogres, at least, don't see any kinship.

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** Rat Ogres are hulking rat-like monsters the size of ogres used as shock troops by the [[RatMen Skaven]]. There's some debate about where they're from -- it's certain that they're creation creations of the monster-breeders of Clan Moulder, but besides that there's debate about whether they were once regular Ogres who were twisted by dark magic or whether they were bred and mutated from Skaven stock. True Ogres, at least, don't see any kinship.



* The Super Mutants seem to fill this role in the post-apocalyptic setting of VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}. Super mutants [[VideoGame/{{Fallout1}} from the]] [[VideoGame/{{Fallout2}} other]] [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas games]] are more akin to [[OurOrcsAreDifferent "Blizzard" orcs]] than ogres.
** The art book for ''Fallout 3'' puts even more emphasis on the "ogre" aspect as they are shown to make their own cobbled-together armor and guns, as well as forge melee weapons such as [[AnAxeToGrind axes]], [[{{BFS}} swords]], [[CarryABigStick maces]], and [[EpicFlail flails/ball-and-chains.]]

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout}}'': The Super Mutants seem to fill this role in the post-apocalyptic setting of VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}. ''VideoGame/Fallout3'' and ''[[VideoGame/Fallout4 4]]'', where they're big, hulking, brutish and fairly stupid, and very aggressive and warlike. Super mutants [[VideoGame/{{Fallout1}} [[VideoGame/Fallout1 from the]] [[VideoGame/{{Fallout2}} [[VideoGame/Fallout2 other]] [[VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas games]] are more akin to [[OurOrcsAreDifferent "Blizzard" orcs]] than ogres.
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ogres. The art book for ''Fallout 3'' puts even more emphasis on the "ogre" aspect aspect, as they are shown to make their own cobbled-together armor and guns, as well as guns and forge melee weapons such as [[AnAxeToGrind axes]], [[{{BFS}} swords]], [[CarryABigStick maces]], and [[EpicFlail flails/ball-and-chains.]] flails/ball-and-chains]].
15th Jul '17 12:14:42 PM Theriocephalus
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*** There are also [[BigfootSasquatchAndYeti Yhetees]], mutant white-furred ogres that inhabit the highest slopes and peaks of mountains.
12th Jul '17 11:38:17 AM CaptainCrawdad
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* ''TabletopGame/PalladiumFantasy'' has Ogres as a playable race, one of the main civilizations in the game. As expected, they are larger, stronger and stupider than humans, though not considered monstrous.
11th Jul '17 10:25:28 AM BeerBaron
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* Ogres in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' are very large, unintelligent brutes who smash things with their fists. They live in Cyrodiil, the thickly forested province in the center of Tamriel. They are also one of the chosen protectorates of Malacath, the Daedric Prince of the spurned and the ostracized, which is partially why they feel that "might makes right" and pick fights with everyone/thing that they come across

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* Ogres in ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has Ogres who are very large, unintelligent brutes nearly twice the size of the average playable races, while being DumbMuscle [[GiantMook Giant]] {{Smash Mook}}s. They are considered a race of "Goblin-ken" who smash things with are related to [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins]], Ogres typically have [[AmazingTechnicolorPopulation grayish-blue skin]], pronounced teeth, and PointedEars, though Ogres in colder climates are known to shaggy white hair covering their fists. bodies as well. They live in Cyrodiil, primitive hunter-gatherer societies, most often inhabiting natural caves in remote areas. Like Goblins and [[OurOrcsAreDifferent Orcs]], Ogres are known to revere the thickly forested province in the center of Tamriel. They are also one of the chosen protectorates of Malacath, the [[OurGodsAreDifferent Daedric Prince Prince]] of the spurned Spurned and the ostracized, which is partially why Ostracized. Ogres can be found throughout most of mainland Tamriel, where they feel that "might makes right" are feared as [[ImAHumanitarian man-eaters]] and pick fights with everyone/thing that they come acrossare known to raid settlements and attack travelers in remote wilderness areas.
9th Apr '17 11:18:25 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' Ogres have a society influenced by the Mongols, and wield a strange form of Gut Magic, which depends on what the caster ate. They literally worship the concept of hunger and practice rampant cannibalism, eating both other sentient races and their own kind; a KlingonPromotion generally entails the usurper devouring its predecessor. Some are captured by the Skaven to be turned into Rat Ogres.
** Ogre Maneaters are wanderers who have served as mercenaries in various armies, keeping souvenirs and trophies. Now available in [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Pirate-Maneater Pirate]], [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Ninja-Maneater Ninja]] (yes), [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Female-Maneater and]] BrawnHilda flavors.
** Warhammer Ogres also have ties to the [[{{Hobbits}} halflings]], since both were created as last-ditch stave-off-the-apocalypse races by the Old Ones. Both races have large appetites and a degree of resistance to the warping effects of Chaos. However, they live in quite different areas - the halflings in a fairly idyllic and verdant land and the ogres in a barbaric mountain range infested with large carnivores - so they rarely associate, causing the ogres to adopt a breed of goblin as servants and minions instead.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'':
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Ogres have a society influenced by the Mongols, and wield a strange form of Gut Magic, which depends on what the caster ate. They literally worship the concept of hunger and practice rampant cannibalism, eating both other sentient races and their own kind; a KlingonPromotion generally entails the usurper devouring its predecessor. Some are captured by the Skaven to be turned into Rat Ogres.
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Ogre Maneaters are wanderers who have served as mercenaries in various armies, keeping souvenirs and trophies. Now available in [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Pirate-Maneater Pirate]], [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Ninja-Maneater Ninja]] (yes), [[http://www.games-workshop.com/en-US/Ogre-Kingdoms-Female-Maneater and]] BrawnHilda flavors.
** Warhammer *** ''Warhammer'' Ogres also have ties to the [[{{Hobbits}} halflings]], since both were created as last-ditch stave-off-the-apocalypse races by the Old Ones. Both races have large appetites and a degree of resistance to the warping effects of Chaos. However, they live in quite different areas - -- the halflings in a fairly idyllic and verdant land and the ogres in a barbaric mountain range infested with large carnivores - -- so they rarely associate, causing the ogres to adopt a breed of goblin as servants and minions instead.instead.
** Rat Ogres are hulking rat-like monsters the size of ogres used as shock troops by the [[RatMen Skaven]]. There's some debate about where they're from -- it's certain that they're creation of the monster-breeders of Clan Moulder, but besides that there's debate about whether they were once regular Ogres who were twisted by dark magic or whether they were bred and mutated from Skaven stock. True Ogres, at least, don't see any kinship.
** Dragon Ogres are Chaos-aligned monsters resembling monstrous centaurs, with the body of a horned Ogre atop that of a wingless dragon-like beast. They are some of the most feared minions of Chaos, only seen as part of the greatest and most fearsome Chaos warhosts and spending the rest of their ageless lives slumbering. They are not actually true Ogres -- in fact, when they and the Ogres first met they instantly became enemies, and have fought many vicious wars over the ages.
3rd Apr '17 1:16:25 PM mantis
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3rd Apr '17 12:44:17 PM mantis
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* The Reavers in ''Series/Firefly'' are human, but their behavior is distinctly ogrish:

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* The Reavers in ''Series/Firefly'' ''Series/{{Firefly}}'' are human, but their behavior is distinctly ogrish:
3rd Apr '17 12:43:35 PM mantis
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* Wrestling/SurvivalTobita faced a character called Ogre. Tobita threw ''[[ImprobableWeaponUser rice]]'' at him.


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* Wrestling/SurvivalTobita faced a character called Ogre. Tobita threw ''[[ImprobableWeaponUser rice]]'' at him.
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3rd Apr '17 12:42:58 PM mantis
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* The Reavers in ''Series/Firefly'' are human, but their behavior is distinctly ogrish:
-->"If they take the ship, they'll rape us to death, eat our flesh, and sew our skins into their clothing... and if we're very, very lucky, they'll do it in that order."
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