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25th May '16 9:48:08 AM Woggs123
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* Dogmeat of ''Franchise/Fallout'' qualifies for any player going for [[MoralityMeter low karma.]] In ''Videogame/Fallout4'' he leaps onto and eviscerates fallen foes, and can be upgraded to cripple foes that can still fight, turning [[LegacyCharacter his grandson]] into a PayEvilUntoEvil method no matter how idealistic you are.

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* Dogmeat of ''Franchise/Fallout'' the ''Fallout'' series qualifies for any player going for [[MoralityMeter low karma.]] In ''Videogame/Fallout4'' he leaps onto and eviscerates fallen foes, and can be upgraded to cripple foes that can still fight, turning [[LegacyCharacter his grandson]] into a PayEvilUntoEvil method no matter how idealistic you are.
25th May '16 9:46:31 AM Woggs123
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* Dogmeat of ''Videogame/Fallout'' qualifies for any player going for [[MoralityMeter low karma.]] In ''Videogame/Fallout4'' he leaps onto and eviscerates fallen foes, and can be upgraded to cripple foes that can still fight, turning [[LegacyCharacter his grandson]] into a PayEvilUntoEvil method no matter how idealistic you are.

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* Dogmeat of ''Videogame/Fallout'' ''Franchise/Fallout'' qualifies for any player going for [[MoralityMeter low karma.]] In ''Videogame/Fallout4'' he leaps onto and eviscerates fallen foes, and can be upgraded to cripple foes that can still fight, turning [[LegacyCharacter his grandson]] into a PayEvilUntoEvil method no matter how idealistic you are.
25th May '16 9:46:11 AM Woggs123
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* Dogmeat of ''Videogame/Fallout'' qualifies for any player going for [[MoralityMeter low karma.]] In ''Videogame/Fallout4'' he leaps onto and eviscerates fallen foes, and can be upgraded to cripple foes that can still fight, turning [[LegacyCharacter his grandson]] into a PayEvilUntoEvil method no matter how idealistic you are.
6th May '16 2:59:07 PM Dutchtica
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** Wood Man in ''VideoGame/MegaMan2'' has two [[PlayingWithFire fire]]-[[BreathWeapon breathing]] [[PunnyName "Hot Dogs"]] in his stage.
29th Jan '16 5:35:07 PM nombretomado
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* In the SvenHassel novels, Chief Mechanic Wolf has a pair of wolfhounds as his personal guard dogs, and boasts of having people who annoy him fed to them.

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* In the SvenHassel Creator/SvenHassel novels, Chief Mechanic Wolf has a pair of wolfhounds as his personal guard dogs, and boasts of having people who annoy him fed to them.
24th Jan '16 6:18:14 AM madhatter42
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* Tabaqui the jackal is this to Shere Khan in ''Literature/TheJungleBook''
10th Jan '16 7:58:23 PM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ComicBook/{{Spider Man}}'s comic, the elderly crime boss Fortunado has a she-wolf named Angel as a companion who is trained to attack anyone who makes a rush for her master or pulls a gun on him.
4th Jan '16 6:19:19 PM Cakeman
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* Homeschool Winner has one in the form of a walrus by the name of Dijory Doo. Notably, he comes dangerously close to eating The Cheat, though fortunately he is saved by Trivia Time.

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* In Pom Pom's Eleven, Homeschool Winner has one in the form of a walrus by the name of Dijory Doo. Notably, he comes dangerously close to eating The Cheat, though fortunately he is saved by Trivia Time.
4th Jan '16 6:18:15 PM Cakeman
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* Homeschool Winner has one in the form of a walrus by the name of Dijory Doo. Notably, he comes dangerously close to eating The Cheat, though fortunately he is saved by Trivia Time.
28th Nov '15 12:48:15 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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In contrast to the generally sedentary RightHandCat, this is what happens when the villains' pet plays an active role as a guard/weapon against the heroes. Expect FluffyTheTerrible in terms of naming and for the villain to be a confirmed FluffyTamer. Typically, villains will either show a NightmareFetishist streak and be oblivious to how savage their pets are, and will treat them kindly, or else, they will use the pets to (perhaps even literally) KickTheDog, sometimes by [[FedToTheBeast feeding underlings and other poor unfortunates to them]]. Finally, as the title suggests, when the creature in question isn't a fantasy animal, it's very likely to be some kind of canine.

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In contrast to the generally sedentary RightHandCat, this is what happens when the villains' pet plays an active role as a guard/weapon against the heroes. Expect FluffyTheTerrible in terms of naming and for the villain to be a confirmed FluffyTamer. Typically, villains will either show a NightmareFetishist streak and be oblivious to how savage their pets are, and will [[PetTheDog treat them kindly, kindly]], or else, they will use the pets to (perhaps even literally) KickTheDog, sometimes by [[FedToTheBeast feeding underlings and other poor unfortunates to them]]. Finally, as the title suggests, when the creature in question isn't a fantasy animal, it's very likely to be some kind of canine.



* In ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', Kodachi Kunō has Midorigame ("Mr. Green Turtle") as a pet... which, like its name ''doesn't'' suggest, is a huge ''crocodile''.

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* In ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', Kodachi Kunō has Midorigame ("Mr. Green Turtle") as a pet... which, like its name ''doesn't'' ''[[NonIndicativeName doesn't]]'' suggest, is a huge ''crocodile''.
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