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5th Feb '16 3:08:03 PM sslemmons
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* In Emily St. John Mandel's ''Literature/StationEleven,'' the members of the prophet's doomsday cult specialize in this. They capture several members of the Traveling Symphony so quickly and silently that others mere feet away don't see it happen.
2nd Feb '16 4:28:59 AM rafi
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* Sam Fisher and his colleagues from ''VideoGame/SplinterCell''. * Garrett, from ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}''. The Keepers who trained him specialize in stealth as well. Indeed, the first game shows him being recruited because he actually managed to spot (and attempt to pickpocket) his soon-to-be mentor in a crowd. * Solid Snake and Big Boss from the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series are iconic examples of this trope. Though the specifics vary between games (and the playstyle of the person controlling them), generally they prefer infiltration and evasion to simply shooting everything that moves. ** [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2 Raiden]] is this to a lesser degree, though he's mostly abandoned the stealthy approach by the time of VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4 and VideoGame/MetalGearRising. * Cyrus in ''[[VideoGame/DawnofWar Dawn Of War 2]]''. The fact that he and his scouts can be cloaked and sent in and plant extremely powerful traps and explosives almost makes him a GameBreaker with the right upgrades (using him in one mission is also the only way to avoid killing marines who are loyal, but think you've turned traitor, thus assuring you get the GoldenEnding). * Master thief Kasumi Goto and assassin Thane Krios in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Infiltrator!Shepard gets the [[InvisibilityCloak Tactical Cloak]] ability. * The Spy in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. * The titular Assassins of ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed''. ** Unlike your typical example, Assassins are also quite adept at hiding in plain sight, blending into crowds of random people with ease.
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* Sam Fisher and his colleagues from ''VideoGame/SplinterCell''. * Garrett, from ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}''. The Keepers who trained him specialize in stealth as well. Indeed, VideoGame/AmericasArmy has a couple missions where the first game shows him being recruited because he actually managed goal is to spot (and attempt to pickpocket) his soon-to-be mentor in a crowd. * Solid Snake and Big Boss from the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series are iconic examples of this trope. Though the specifics vary between games (and the playstyle of the person controlling them), generally they prefer infiltration and evasion to simply shooting everything that moves. ** [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2 Raiden]] is this to a lesser degree, though he's mostly abandoned the stealthy approach by the time of VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4 and VideoGame/MetalGearRising. * Cyrus in ''[[VideoGame/DawnofWar Dawn Of War 2]]''. The fact that he and his scouts can be cloaked and sent in and plant extremely powerful traps and explosives almost makes him a GameBreaker with the right upgrades (using him in one mission is also the only way to avoid killing marines who are loyal, but think you've turned traitor, thus assuring you get the GoldenEnding). * Master thief Kasumi Goto and assassin Thane Krios in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Infiltrator!Shepard gets the [[InvisibilityCloak Tactical Cloak]] ability. * The Spy in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. this. * The titular Assassins of ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed''. ** ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed''. Unlike your typical example, Assassins are also quite adept at hiding in plain sight, blending into crowds of random people with ease.

* Sam Fisher and his colleagues from ''VideoGame/SplinterCell''. * Garrett, from ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}''. The Keepers who trained him specialize in stealth as well. Indeed, Zer0, the first game shows him being recruited because he actually managed to spot (and attempt to pickpocket) his soon-to-be mentor assassin character in a crowd. * Solid Snake and Big Boss from the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series are iconic examples of this trope. Though the specifics vary between games (and the ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}''. His playstyle of encourages either [[ColdSniper picking off foes from a distance]] or sneaking close enough to stab them in the person controlling them), generally they prefer infiltration and evasion to simply shooting everything that moves. ** [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2 Raiden]] is this to a lesser degree, though he's mostly abandoned the stealthy approach by the time of VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4 and VideoGame/MetalGearRising. * Cyrus in ''[[VideoGame/DawnofWar Dawn Of War 2]]''. The fact that he and his scouts can be cloaked and sent in and plant extremely powerful traps and explosives almost makes him a GameBreaker back, then [[{{Invisibility}} vanishing]] with the right upgrades (using him in one help of a decoy hologram. * Price and [=MacMillan=] during the ''All Ghillied Up'' mission is also the only way to avoid killing marines who are loyal, but think you've turned traitor, thus assuring you get the GoldenEnding). * Master thief Kasumi Goto and assassin Thane Krios in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Infiltrator!Shepard gets the [[InvisibilityCloak Tactical Cloak]] ability. * The Spy in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. * The titular Assassins ''[[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Call of ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed''. ** Unlike your typical example, Assassins are also quite adept at hiding in plain sight, blending into crowds of random people with ease.Duty: Modern Warfare]]''.

* Rogues in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' get a Stealth score. Maxed out, they can enter stealth any time, which prevents enemies from seeing you until you attack. The expansion pack also gives a prestige class called the Shadow, which lets you stay near invisible all the time. * Rangers and Snipers can become invisible in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'', so that they can't be targeted by enemies until they perform an action. * Rogues in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' have the ability to go into "stealth" mode (which translates to very limited aggro radii in [=PvE and invisibility in PvP=]). They gain several ambush moves, as well as the ability to pick pocket. They get even more stealth related abilities if they specialize in the subtly talent tree (e.g. the ability to teleport straight behind enemies).

* Rogues Cyrus in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' get a Stealth score. Maxed out, they ''[[VideoGame/DawnofWar Dawn Of War 2]]''. The fact that he and his scouts can enter stealth any time, which prevents enemies from seeing you until you attack. The expansion pack be cloaked and sent in and plant extremely powerful traps and explosives almost makes him a GameBreaker with the right upgrades (using him in one mission is also gives a prestige class called the Shadow, which lets only way to avoid killing marines who are loyal, but think you've turned traitor, thus assuring you stay near invisible all get the time. * Rangers and Snipers can become invisible in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'', so that they can't be targeted by enemies until they perform an action. * Rogues in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' have the ability to go into "stealth" mode (which translates to very limited aggro radii in [=PvE and invisibility in PvP=]). They gain several ambush moves, as well as the ability to pick pocket. They get even more stealth related abilities if they specialize in the subtly talent tree (e.g. the ability to teleport straight behind enemies).GoldenEnding).

* Price and [=MacMillan=] during the ''All Ghillied Up'' mission in ''[[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]]''.
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* Price Joe in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', of the "socially invisible" kind. He doesn't even bother lowering his voice when playing ThePeepingTom. * Among the ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb'' playable mercenaries is Phantom, who provides the page image. He has a katana for lethal sneak attacks and [=MacMillan=] during can turn invisible for short durations thanks to his Refractive Armor. * Rogues in ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' get a Stealth score. Maxed out, they can enter stealth any time, which prevents enemies from seeing you until you attack. The expansion pack also gives a prestige class called the ''All Ghillied Up'' mission Shadow, which lets you stay near invisible all the time. * The sneak skill in ''[[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Call ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' allows you to move undetected, while running and wearing heavy armour. A high level perk means you can vanish into thin air by crouching. And all of Duty: Modern Warfare]]''.that is without using illusion magic that can make you invisible and silent. * Rangers and Snipers can become invisible in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsA2'', so that they can't be targeted by enemies until they perform an action. * ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' gives you the option to be this. Levelling up the stealth skill may take time, but is very useful whenever your trying to avoid the police, ambush someone, or prefer subtlety over strength in your missions and online.

* Price and [=MacMillan=] during Agent 47 from the ''All Ghillied Up'' mission in ''[[VideoGame/ModernWarfare Call of Duty: Modern Warfare]]''.''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' series prides himself on killing his targets with little issues to hinder him. * Kyle "Shadow" Simmons from ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance 2''.

* The Scoundrel and Imperial Operative advanced classes from ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' have stealth as one of their class abilities and can also BackStab opponents, though the Smuggler uses a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter scattershot]] instead of a knife. The Jedi Shadow and Sith Assassin can do the same, using the force to hide themselves from sight. * Some classes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront''. * The Burger King in ''Sneak King''.

* Kyle "Shadow" Simmons from ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance 2''. * Joe in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', of the "socially invisible" kind. He doesn't even bother lowering his voice when playing ThePeepingTom. * The sneak skill in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' allows you to move undetected, while running and wearing heavy armour. A high level perk means you can vanish into thin air by crouching. And all of that is without using illusion magic that can make you invisible and silent. * Zer0, the assassin character in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}''. His playstyle encourages either [[ColdSniper picking off foes from a distance]] or sneaking close enough to stab them in the back, then [[{{Invisibility}} vanishing]] with the help of a decoy hologram. * The Poison Type from ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' are generally based off animals who are well known for their stealth such as spiders or ambush predators. Bonus points for being used by various stealthy trainers most notably Janine and Koga.
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* Kyle "Shadow" Simmons from ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance 2''. * Joe in ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor2'', of the "socially invisible" kind. He doesn't even bother lowering his voice when playing ThePeepingTom. * The sneak skill in ''VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim'' allows you to move undetected, while running Master thief Kasumi Goto and wearing heavy armour. A high level perk means you can vanish into thin air by crouching. And all of that is without using illusion magic that can make you invisible and silent. * Zer0, the assassin Thane Krios in ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Infiltrator!Shepard gets the [[InvisibilityCloak Tactical Cloak]] ability. * Solid Snake and Big Boss from the ''Franchise/MetalGear'' series are iconic examples of this trope. Though the specifics vary between games (and the playstyle of the person controlling them), generally they prefer infiltration and evasion to simply shooting everything that moves. ** [[VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2 Raiden]] is this to a lesser degree, though he's mostly abandoned the stealthy approach by the time of VideoGame/MetalGearSolid4 and VideoGame/MetalGearRising. * Styx the intelligent goblin in ''VideoGame/OfOrcsAndMen'' and the spinoff stealth game ''VideoGame/StyxMasterOfShadows'' is this, though it is more fleshed out in ''Master Of Shadows'' due to the lead character in ''VideoGame/{{Borderlands 2}}''. His playstyle encourages either [[ColdSniper picking off foes from a distance]] or sneaking close enough to stab them Arkail in the back, then [[{{Invisibility}} vanishing]] with first game ''Of Orcs And Men'' favors attacking head on a lot more. He is probability the help of first stealth expert in video game history that happens to be a decoy hologram. goblin. * ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' ** The Poison Type from ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' are generally based off animals who are well known for their stealth such as spiders or ambush predators. Bonus points for being used by various stealthy trainers most notably Janine and Koga.

* Among the ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb'' playable mercenaries is Phantom, who provides the page image. He has a katana for lethal sneak attacks and can turn invisible for short durations thanks to his Refractive Armor.
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* Among the ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb'' playable mercenaries is Phantom, who provides the page image. He has a katana for lethal sneak attacks and can turn invisible for short durations thanks to his Refractive Armor.The Prince in ''VideoGame/PrinceOfPersiaTheTwoThrones''.

* Agent 47 from the ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' series prides himself on killing his targets with little issues to hinder him. * AmericasArmy has a couple missions where the goal is to be this. * ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' gives you the option to be this. Levelling up the stealth skill may take time, but is very useful whenever your trying to avoid the police, ambush someone, or prefer subtlety over strength in your missions and online. * Styx the intelligent goblin in ''VideoGame/OfOrcsAndMen'' and the spinoff stealth game ''VideoGame/StyxMasterOfShadows'' is this, though it is more fleshed out in ''Master Of Shadows'' due to the lead character Arkail in the first game ''Of Orcs And Men'' favors attacking head on a lot more. He is probability the first stealth expert in video game history that happens to be a goblin.
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* Agent 47 The Burger King in ''Sneak King''. * Sam Fisher and his colleagues from the ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' series prides himself on killing his targets with little issues to hinder him. ''VideoGame/SplinterCell''. * AmericasArmy has a couple missions where the goal is to be this. Some classes in ''VideoGame/StarWarsBattlefront''. * ''VideoGame/GrandTheftAutoV'' gives you the option to be this. Levelling up the The Scoundrel and Imperial Operative advanced classes from ''VideoGame/StarWarsTheOldRepublic'' have stealth skill may take time, but is very useful whenever your trying to avoid as one of their class abilities and can also BackStab opponents, though the police, ambush someone, or prefer subtlety over strength in your missions Smuggler uses a [[ShotgunsAreJustBetter scattershot]] instead of a knife. The Jedi Shadow and online. * Styx Sith Assassin can do the intelligent goblin in ''VideoGame/OfOrcsAndMen'' and same, using the spinoff force to hide themselves from sight. * The Spy in ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2''. * Garrett, from ''VideoGame/{{Thief}}''. The Keepers who trained him specialize in stealth game ''VideoGame/StyxMasterOfShadows'' is this, though it is more fleshed out in ''Master Of Shadows'' due to the lead character Arkail in as well. Indeed, the first game ''Of Orcs And Men'' favors attacking head on shows him being recruited because he actually managed to spot (and attempt to pickpocket) his soon-to-be mentor in a lot more. He is probability crowd. * Rogues in ''VideoGame/WorldOfWarcraft'' have the first ability to go into "stealth" mode (which translates to very limited aggro radii in [=PvE and invisibility in PvP=]). They gain several ambush moves, as well as the ability to pick pocket. They get even more stealth expert related abilities if they specialize in video game history that happens the subtly talent tree (e.g. the ability to be a goblin. teleport straight behind enemies).
29th Jan '16 4:20:28 PM Benbeasted
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->''"Some people call me a backstabber. Hell, I'll stab you from the front if you want."''
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10th Jan '16 5:24:07 PM Shishkahuben
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This ability often enables them to infiltrate areas while dressed in [[HighlyVisibleNinja a ridiculously conspicuous costume,]] rather than using camouflage like a [[strike:normal]] sane human being. If done too much, it make break the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief. Some stealth experts are also [[MasterOfDisguise Masters Of Disguise]], although they do not use this skill as often as the audience might expect. They're often capable of StealthHiBye and OffscreenTeleportation.
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This ability often enables them to infiltrate areas while dressed in [[HighlyVisibleNinja a ridiculously conspicuous costume,]] rather than using camouflage like a [[strike:normal]] sane human being. If done too much, it make may break the WillingSuspensionOfDisbelief. Some stealth experts are also [[MasterOfDisguise Masters Of Disguise]], although they do not use this skill as often as the audience might expect. They're often capable of StealthHiBye and OffscreenTeleportation.

** From Season 3, [[EvilCounterpart The Red Lotus]] have all proven to have a level of stealth, However [[BlowYouAway Zaheer]] and [[MakingASplash Ming-Hua]] seem to be on higher level of swift action, than brute force [[PlayingWithFire P'Li]] and [[MagmaMan Ghazan]] their theme even sounds stealthy. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwPCd1D2tZA
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** From Season 3, [[EvilCounterpart The Red Lotus]] have all proven to have a level of stealth, However [[BlowYouAway Zaheer]] and [[MakingASplash Ming-Hua]] seem to be on higher level of swift action, than brute force [[PlayingWithFire P'Li]] and [[MagmaMan Ghazan]] their theme even sounds stealthy. https://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qwPCd1D2tZAcom/watch?v=qwPCd1D2tZA stealthy.]]
10th Jan '16 5:19:22 PM Shishkahuben
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Cleaned up lots of capitalization and grammar, removed unnessecary text, added clarification to real life section.
* The Poison Type from ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' are generally based off animals who are well known for their stealth (like a Spider or Scorpian). Bonus points for being used by various stealthy trainers most notably Janine and Koga.
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* The Poison Type from ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' are generally based off animals who are well known for their stealth (like a Spider such as spiders or Scorpian).ambush predators. Bonus points for being used by various stealthy trainers most notably Janine and Koga.

* Animals such as flounder and octopuses can do this ([[LifeOrLimbDecision and make a cunning escape as well!]]). The aptly named mimic octopus can imitate 40 different species and change colour, pattern, texture, and shape at will. * Cats (all sizes) are essentially made for this trope. They have mottled coats to blend in with foliage, padded paws to muffle the sound of their footsteps, antibacterial saliva which kills odours (and explains why they [[OutDamnedSpot groom so obsessively]]) and they also possess ''night vision''. It gets even better: they have a distinct gait which minimizes their profile (one side first, then the other), hypersensitive hearing and smell, and whiskers which act as feelers in the dark. * Bats (especially the smaller species) can fly incredibly fast that they literally, are swift enough to catch insects even in flight. The most impressive quality of their stealth is they use sound as a weapon to see in the a dark, and strike like flying Ninjas. * Snakes are the reptilian equivalent of this. Snakes are both cunning and vicious strikers from the [[GoodAnimalsEvilAnimals darker side]] of the animal kingdom. Their methods of survival is surprisingly similar to an Assassin, being that they track their prey then kill it by any means necessary, using camouflage, intimidation and powerful venom secluded in their knive-like fangs.
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* Animals such as flounder and octopuses can do this ([[LifeOrLimbDecision and make a cunning escape as well!]]). The aptly named mimic octopus can imitate 40 different species and change colour, color, pattern, texture, and shape at will. * Cats (all sizes) of all sizes are essentially made for this trope. They have mottled coats to blend in with foliage, padded paws to muffle the sound of their footsteps, antibacterial saliva which kills odours odors (and explains why they [[OutDamnedSpot groom so obsessively]]) and they also possess ''night vision''.better night vision than virtually all other animals. It gets even better: they have a distinct gait which minimizes their profile (one side first, then the other), hypersensitive hearing and smell, and whiskers which act as feelers in the dark. * Bats (especially Bats, especially the smaller species) species, can fly incredibly fast that they literally, are swift enough to catch insects even in flight. The most impressive ultrasonic quality of their stealth is echolocation means they use sound as a weapon to see in the a dark, and can strike like flying Ninjas. undetected in total darkness. * Snakes are the reptilian equivalent of this. Snakes are both cunning and vicious strikers from the [[GoodAnimalsEvilAnimals darker side]] of the animal kingdom. Their methods of survival is surprisingly similar to an Assassin, being assassin, in that they track their prey then kill it by any means necessary, using camouflage, intimidation and powerful venom secluded in their knive-like hollow fangs.

* [[SubStory Submarines]] * Snipers, often enough, in order to get the jump on their targets and avoid being killed in turn. Similarly to submarines, this means snipers often are employed as scouts, being sent out to discretely gather information rather than engage the enemy directly. Give them a radio, and they can call in air strikes and artillery fire as well.
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* [[SubStory Submarines]] Submarines]] are invisible from above the waves, and can be very difficult to detect unless actively seeking them. This makes them useful in warfare both as scouts and as an unexpected weapon. * Snipers, often enough, in order to get the jump on their targets and avoid being killed in turn. Similarly to submarines, this means snipers often are employed as scouts, being sent out to discretely gather information rather than engage the enemy directly. Give them a radio, and they can call in air strikes and artillery fire as well.

* The Infamous Jack the Ripper from the Victorian Era of England. Killing and decapitating his victims so skillfully that his crimes are never forgotten. Stealth-wise nobody knew who he was and ultimately NEVER was caught, which automatically makes him a stealth master amongst criminals. * Spiders, especially tarantulas, are partly feared for being this. Using web as traps and snares, is their most useful ability they have. However even without tools, their frightening appearance and ambush techniques both combined with an impressive speed, is the stuff of [[NightmareFuel nightmares]]. * Ninjas of Feudal Japan were hired by the wealthy to commit assassinations and espionage. However, they probably spent less time skulking about in black stagehand costumes and more time HiddenInPlainSight in [[MasterOfDisguise disguise]] as [[BeneathSuspicion peasants or servants]]. * The Tasselled Wobbegong is this among it's Shark brethren, this incredibly patient creature camouflages on the sea floor waiting for its victim then strikes mercilessly. When all else fails it hides within other areas then uses it's tail to attract fish similar to a Decoy. * Foxes are the Canine equivalent of this. While most Dogs use teamwork and brute force to hunt, Foxes however hide and scout their terrain and are especially effective at night. Their skills of purging prey had put many generations of farmers in a state of paranoia, but do not threat they tend to shy away from us humans.
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* The infamous [[UsefulNotes/VictorianBritain Jack the Ripper]]. Infamous Jack for both the Ripper from the Victorian Era of England. Killing apparent surgical precision evident on his victims, and decapitating his victims so skillfully that his crimes are for never forgotten. Stealth-wise nobody knew who he was and ultimately NEVER was caught, which automatically makes him a stealth master amongst criminals. being apprehended. His identity remains unknown to this day. * Spiders, especially tarantulas, are partly feared effective ambush predators for being this. this reason. Using web as webbing to create traps and snares, is snares provides them versatile tools for hunting their most useful ability they have. However even prey. Even without tools, webs, their frightening appearance and ambush techniques both combined with an impressive speed, speed is the stuff of [[NightmareFuel nightmares]]. * Ninjas of Feudal Japan [[JidaiGeki Ninjas]] were hired by the wealthy to commit assassinations and espionage. However, they probably spent less time skulking about in black stagehand costumes and more time HiddenInPlainSight in [[MasterOfDisguise disguise]] as [[BeneathSuspicion peasants or servants]]. * The Tasselled Wobbegong is this among it's Shark brethren, this sharks. This incredibly patient creature camouflages on the sea floor waiting for its victim victim, then strikes mercilessly. When all else fails it hides within other areas then uses it's tail to attract fish similar to a Decoy. decoy. * Foxes are the Canine canine equivalent of this. While most Dogs sogs use teamwork and brute force to hunt, Foxes foxes however hide and scout their terrain and are especially effective at night. Their skills of purging prey had put many generations of farmers in a state of paranoia, but do not threat they tend to shy away from us humans.
24th Dec '15 10:57:56 AM eroock
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-->-- '''Phantom''', pictured right, ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb''
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-->-- '''Phantom''', pictured right, ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb''
22nd Dec '15 7:57:09 AM Willbyr
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22nd Dec '15 5:57:08 AM eroock
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-> ''"Some people call me a backstabber. Hell, I'll stab you from the front if you want."'' --> '''Phantom''', pictured right, ''VideoGame/DirtyBomb''
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