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11th Aug '16 9:26:04 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'': A couple of [[RaisedByWolves lusii]] fit the bill.
** Gl'bgolyb, a [[EldritchAbomination titanic, tentacled horror]] that dwells deep beneath the Alternian seas, and whose scream [[BrownNote would kill every troll alive in the galaxy]]. She was also the one responsible for raisng the [[FantasticCasteSystem magenta-blooded troll empresses]].
** The sea goats, a.k.a. [[FanNickname goatdads]], giant, amphibious half-goat half-fish creatures that can move on land like a seal. One was Gamzee's [[ParentalNeglect always absent]] parent. Jake English later met another, which proved to be extremely vicious and aggressive.
11th Aug '16 8:10:47 PM Theriocephalus
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* In one of ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries'' short stories, Eryk is attacked by some sort of sea serpent which crossed over from its plain into our reality. Szelma has to rescue him.

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* In one of the ''Literature/DoraWilkSeries'' short stories, Eryk is attacked by some sort of sea serpent which crossed over from its plain plane into our reality. Szelma has to rescue him.



* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', Characters/{{SCP Foundation SCPs 1000 And Beyond}}, [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1823 SCP-1823 ("Rock in a Hard Place")]]. There is a large monster with many heads that has attacked the SCP-1823 MegaMaelstrom on at least one occasion. It may be the inspiration for the creature Scylla in Myth/GreekMythology.

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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', Characters/{{SCP ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'': [[Characters/{{SCP Foundation SCPs 1000 And Beyond}}, Beyond}} SCP-1823]] [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-1823 SCP-1823 ("Rock in a Hard Place")]]. There is a large monster with many heads that has attacked the SCP-1823 MegaMaelstrom on at least one occasion. It may be the inspiration for the creature Scylla in Myth/GreekMythology.



* ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]'' - The boss of the [[UnderTheSea obligatory underwater level]] is Lord Woo Fak Fak, a gigantic lanternfish who literally lives in Davey Jones' Locker. He can [[ThatOneBoss be a bit tricky]], but is much easier to fight if you use the Submarine transformation.\\

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* ''[[VideoGame/BanjoKazooie Banjo-Tooie]]'' - Banjo-Tooie]]'': The boss of the [[UnderTheSea obligatory underwater level]] is Lord Woo Fak Fak, a gigantic lanternfish who literally lives in Davey Jones' Locker. He can [[ThatOneBoss be a bit tricky]], but is much easier to fight if you use the Submarine transformation.\\



* Every creature in [[the Videogame/TheAquaticAdventureoftheLastHuman aquatic Adventure of the last Human]] is this

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* Every creature in [[the Videogame/TheAquaticAdventureoftheLastHuman aquatic Adventure of the last Human]] ''Videogame/TheAquaticAdventureOfTheLastHuman'' is this this.
11th Aug '16 6:33:09 PM Theriocephalus
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** ''[[VideoGame/PokemonSunAndMoon Sun and Moon]]'''s Wishiwashi are, individually, very small and weak fish. However, they have the ability to school together in sync to form a giant, powerful fish-like monster [[TheWormThatWalks still visibly composed of individual fish]]. School Form Wishiwashi are very powerful, enough so to be known as the Demon of the Sea by local Alolans. Even Gyarados flee from these things!
1st Aug '16 11:32:08 AM LordGro
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1st Aug '16 11:31:53 AM LordGro
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* The ''Art/CartaMarina'' of 1539 depicts a sea-serpent, numerous types of gigantic whales, a merman, a marine unicorn, a sea-cow, a kind of giant seahorse, a giant lobster holding a man in his claws, a bizarre "sea-hog", a so-called "sea monk" and various other weird fishes or sea creatures.
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17th Jul '16 1:55:00 AM GravityBone
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* Podcast/DiceFunk: One pursues the party throughout Season 2, episode 3. The existence of such creatures is an important plot point.
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12th Jul '16 7:56:42 AM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': One episode has several sea creatures crawl out of the ingredients pot and come in contact with [[TransformationTrinket the Flash Spoon]], which turns them into giant sea creatures.
2nd Jul '16 10:29:09 AM nombretomado
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* Several in ''{{Bionicle}}'', particularly the Mahri Nui arc, including [[InherentlyFunnyWords Gadunka]]( basically a [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily giant, toothy mouth]] with small limbs attached), a 300-foot long eel-thing, and [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot cyborg sharks]].

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* Several in ''{{Bionicle}}'', ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'', particularly the Mahri Nui arc, including [[InherentlyFunnyWords Gadunka]]( basically a [[MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily giant, toothy mouth]] with small limbs attached), a 300-foot long eel-thing, and [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot cyborg sharks]].
26th Jun '16 3:16:36 PM KamenRiderOokalf
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* One of the magical creatures in ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' from which the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Wolkenritter]] took {{Mana}} was a many-eyed giant sea monster that emerged from a whirlpool.

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* One of the magical creatures in ''MagicalGirlLyricalNanoha'' ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' from which the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Wolkenritter]] took {{Mana}} was a many-eyed giant sea monster that emerged from a whirlpool.
4th Jun '16 6:02:20 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''OnePiece'', being a pirate-themed adventure, has lots of sea monsters the sea kings being a pretty prevalent example. They, along with a lack of winds, make it nearly impossible to enter the Grand Line from anywhere but the entrance.
** And to put an image in mind, Sea Kings can rival the size of islands in size and usually attack whatever they see.

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* ''OnePiece'', ''Franchise/OnePiece'', being a pirate-themed adventure, has lots of sea monsters the sea kings Sea Kings being a pretty prevalent example. They, along with a lack of winds, make it nearly impossible to enter the Grand Line from anywhere but the entrance.
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entrance. To put an image in mind, Sea Kings can rival the size of islands in size and usually attack whatever they see.



* [[MakingASplash Water]] {{Pokemon}}. Let us see, we have giant crabs (Kingler), giant lobsters (Crawdaunt), giant jellyfish (Tentacruel, Jellicent), a mini Loch-Ness monster thing (Lapras), a large sea-horse [[AllThereInTheManual that whips up whirlpools by snoring]] (Kingdra), giant clams (Clamperl and Cloyster), a torpedo shark (Sharpedo. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Yeah]].), a blimp-like whale (Wailord), ancient water animal and plant things (Lileep, Anorith, Relicanth)... and the waters hide many, many more.
** Other notable examples include killer crocodilians (Feraligatr), artillery wielding cephalopods (Octilliry), various kinds of sea dragons (Gyrados, Milotic), various denizens of the deep (Lanturn, Huntail, Gorebyss), and the creator and master of the seas of the Pokemon world (Kyorgre)!
** Also, in one episode Team Rocket accidentally created a [[{{Kaiju}} giant Tentacruel]], with what they believed was a ''poison''. Misty had to convince it not to destroy a city.

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* [[MakingASplash Water]] {{Pokemon}}. Let us see, we have giant crabs (Kingler), giant lobsters (Crawdaunt), giant jellyfish (Tentacruel, Jellicent), a mini Loch-Ness monster thing (Lapras), a large sea-horse [[AllThereInTheManual that whips up whirlpools by snoring]] (Kingdra), giant clams (Clamperl and Cloyster), a torpedo shark (Sharpedo. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Yeah]].), a blimp-like whale (Wailord), ancient water animal and plant things (Lileep, Anorith, Relicanth)... and the waters hide many, many more.
** Other notable examples include killer crocodilians (Feraligatr), artillery wielding cephalopods (Octilliry), various kinds of sea dragons (Gyrados, Milotic), various denizens of the deep (Lanturn, Huntail, Gorebyss), and the creator and master of the seas of the Pokemon world (Kyorgre)!
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In one episode of ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'', Team Rocket accidentally created a [[{{Kaiju}} giant Tentacruel]], with what they believed was a ''poison''. Misty had to convince it not to destroy a city.



* ''{{Pokemon}}''
** Kyogre fills the 'primal sea monster' niche, while lesser creatures such as Gyarados are based on sea serpents.
** Milotic is considered the benevolent counterpart to Gyarados due to the fact that it's also a serpent, opposite temperament and the fact it evolves from an equally weak Pokemon though it is much rarer.
** Gold/Silver/Crystal features a Red Gyarados (most are blue) rampaging in a lake. In the game a Red Gyarardos evolves from a Golden Magikarp.

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* ''{{Pokemon}}''
''{{Pokemon}}'': A fairly common archetype for [[MakingASplash Water-types]].
** Kyogre Kyogre, the creator and master of the seas, fills the 'primal "[[KrakenAndLeviathan colossal primal sea monster' niche, while lesser creatures such as monster]]" niche.
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Gyarados are based on is a ferocious, destructive sea serpents.
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serpent that can level cities, and evolves from the somewhat pathetic [[MagikarpPower Magikarp]]. Milotic is considered the its benevolent counterpart to Gyarados of sorts, due to the fact that it's also a serpent, opposite it has a much calmer temperament and the fact it evolves from an equally weak Pokemon as Gyarados, though it is much rarer.
** *** Gold/Silver/Crystal features a Red Gyarados (most are blue) rampaging in a lake. the aptly-named Lake of Rage. In the game a Red red Gyarardos evolves from a Golden golden Magikarp.


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** Other examples includes various {{Giant Enemy Crab}}s (Kingler, Crawdaunt, Clawitzer), giant ghost jellyfish that attack ships that pass through their territory (Jellicent), a mini Loch-Ness monster thing (Lapras), a large sea-horse [[AllThereInTheManual that whips up whirlpools by yawning]] (Kingdra), a vicious torpedo shark that can tear open supertankers (Sharpedo. [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Yeah]].), numerous prehistoric sea monsters (Lileep, Anorith, Kabutops), killer crocodilians (Feraligatr) and artillery-wielding cephalopods (Octillery).
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