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18th Mar '17 6:18:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Neopets}}'': While the pirate Captain Scarblade is a savage pirate, not all Lupes, a wolf-like species, are evil or vicious. However, the species was known for eating another Neopet species (Chias) in the past.

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* ''{{Neopets}}'': ''{{Website/Neopets}}'': While the pirate Captain Scarblade is a savage pirate, not all Lupes, a wolf-like species, are evil or vicious. However, the species was known for eating another Neopet species (Chias) in the past.
8th Mar '17 9:23:37 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* It's been widely reported that in WWI two armies of German and Russian soldiers signed a temporary ceasefire in order to fight off hundreds of wolves that tried to eat them. It's unknown if this is true but there were some incredibly violent wolf attacks during the Great War caused by all the environmental destruction happening at the time. Or maybe the [[{{Squick}} rapid increase of human meat available.]]

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* It's been widely reported that in WWI two armies of German and Russian soldiers [[EnemyMine signed a temporary ceasefire ceasefire]] in order to fight off hundreds of wolves that tried to eat them. It's unknown if this is true but there were some incredibly violent wolf attacks during the Great War caused by all the environmental destruction happening at the time. Or maybe the [[{{Squick}} rapid increase of human meat available.]]
8th Feb '17 4:49:15 PM Theriocephalus
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** The third-party mod ''VideoGame/MoCreatures'' includes the feral-looking Wild Wolves, which cannot be tamed, and sometimes spawn with a [[HorseOfADifferentColor zombie, skeleton or silver skeleton riding them]]. They’re neutral during the day, but turn hostile at night and will try to kill you as soon as they see you. They’re not a big threat -- their attacks don’t do much damage and they have less health than other hostile mobs -- but they're faster and more dangerous if they spawn with a rider.
5th Feb '17 7:23:03 PM Pichu-kun
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%%* A theme in ''Film/TheCompanyOfWolves'' too.

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%%* A theme in ''Film/TheCompanyOfWolves'' too.''Film/TheCompanyOfWolves''.



* Zigzagged with Alpha for three books in ''Literature/{{Survivors}}'' despite him being ''part'' wolf. He rules over the Wild Pack with a strict yet firm paw on one hand, but he's also a bully and racist towards pets and Fierce Dogs on the other. Finally, this trope gets played straight in ''The Endless Lake'', where Alpha [[spoiler:fakes his own death and joins the Fierce Dogs as their Omega]], thus betraying his pack.

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* Zigzagged with Alpha for three books in ''Literature/{{Survivors}}'' ''Literature/SurvivorDogs'' despite him being ''part'' wolf. He rules over the Wild Pack with a strict yet firm paw on one hand, but he's also a bully and racist towards pets and Fierce Dogs on the other. Finally, this trope gets played straight in ''The Endless Lake'', where Alpha [[spoiler:fakes his own death and joins the Fierce Dogs as their Omega]], thus betraying his pack.
25th Jan '17 11:10:17 PM Luppercus
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* According to WordOfGod one of the main villains in ''WesternAnimation/TaleSpin'' (and [[DracoInLeatherPants probably the most popular one]]) Don Karnage is a red wolf. Considering that he is the leader of a band of canine SkyPirates then it could be consider a flock of (sky) wolves.
4th Jan '17 11:21:10 AM Ragitsu
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* ''Film/TheNeverendingStory'': Gmork is pretty damn terrifying based on looks alone, though he is more intelligent than the typical example of this trope.
31st Dec '16 2:10:23 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''WesternAnimation/BooBoomTheLongWayHome'': episode 12, while travelling throug the mountains, the protagonists find themselves under attack by a pack of these, but are saved in time by Mario.

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* ''WesternAnimation/BooBoomTheLongWayHome'': In episode 12, while travelling throug the mountains, the protagonists find themselves under attack by a pack of these, but are saved in time by Mario.
23rd Dec '16 11:30:15 AM erforce
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* The baby-sacrificing druid priestess in ''The Guardian'' (1990) has a pack of wolves at her beck and call, which she mostly uses to get rid of people.

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* The baby-sacrificing druid priestess in ''The Guardian'' (1990) ''Film/TheGuardian1990'' has a pack of wolves at her beck and call, which she mostly uses to get rid of people.
21st Dec '16 11:23:52 AM BoukenDutch
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* ''WesternAnimation/BooBoomTheLongWayHome'': episode 12, while travelling throug the mountains, the protagonists find themselves under attack by a pack of these, but are saved in time by Mario.
7th Dec '16 9:29:59 AM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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Note that while this trope usually comes in the form of a pack of wolves, it can equally apply to a lone one. [[SuperPersistentPredator Bonus points if it's much more dangerous and persistent than a single wolf has any right to be.]]

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Note that while this trope usually comes in the form of a pack of wolves, it can equally apply to a lone one. Bonus points if it's [[ConservationOfNinjitsu much more dangerous]] and [[SuperPersistentPredator Bonus points if it's much more dangerous and persistent persistent]] than a single wolf has any right to be.]]
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