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30th Apr '16 5:32:20 PM nombretomado
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* Ma'ti of ''CaptainPlanet'' can communicate and guide any creature on Earth.
* Roxy, the seventh fairy in the WesternAnimation/WinxClub, is the 'Fairy of Animals'. While intially only able to communicate with animals, and enable them to speak with other humans, she later gains this power. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Her first use is to summon of horde of rats]] to successfully ZergRush Gantlos.

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* Ma'ti of ''CaptainPlanet'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Captain Planet|and the Planeteers}}'' can communicate and guide any creature on Earth.
* Roxy, the seventh fairy in the WesternAnimation/WinxClub, is the 'Fairy of Animals'. While intially initially only able to communicate with animals, and enable them to speak with other humans, she later gains this power. [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome Her first use is to summon of horde of rats]] to successfully ZergRush Gantlos.
27th Apr '16 2:50:55 PM Camberf
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* Kouji Kouda from ''Manga/MyHeroAcademia'' has the power to command and control animals.
26th Apr '16 12:55:36 PM narm00
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** Pathfinder keeps the Druid and Ranger options, and throws in a Summoner class who binds his life to his beast (known as an Eidolon). While the beast in question is technically a planar outsider, the Eidolon takes the form of an animal, and as the Summoner levels up, the Summoner adds more and more abilities to his Eidolon. And if you choose the Broodmaster Archetype instead of the standard class, you can make a hoard of individually weaker Eidolons that still kick plenty of ass!

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** Pathfinder TabletopGame/{{Pathfinder}} keeps the Druid and Ranger options, and throws in a Summoner class who binds his life to his beast (known as an Eidolon). While the beast in question is technically a planar outsider, the Eidolon takes the form of an animal, and as the Summoner levels up, the Summoner adds more and more abilities to his Eidolon. And if you choose the Broodmaster Archetype instead of the standard class, you can make a hoard horde of individually weaker Eidolons that still kick plenty of ass!



* The power of the Animalism discipline in both ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' and ''VampireTheRequiem''.

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* The power of the Animalism discipline in both ''TabletopGame/VampireTheMasquerade'' and ''VampireTheRequiem''.''TabletopGame/VampireTheRequiem''.
12th Apr '16 10:03:43 AM MattStriker
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* ''VideoGame/GuildWars2'' still has the first game's Ranger class but also introduces Tyria's Ogres, who wear this trope as their Hat. Few ogres are ever seen without their pets and they often make heavy use of them in combat.
29th Mar '16 10:56:13 PM Eievie
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* In the setting of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'', dragons come in various breeds, all of which are terrifying in some way (some spit acid, some throw bone shards like spears, some roar loudly enough to shatter boats...) but none more so than the Night Furies. A Night Fury can breathe fire, blend perfectly into darkness, and fly terrifyingly fast. [[TheDreaded No one has ever killed a Night Fury.]] And Hiccup, a scrawny fifteen-year-old- with no combat experience, no outside assistance and no previous training- was able to tame one. And fly it into battle. [[spoiler:Even after Hiccup teaches the other Vikings how to ride and bond with dragons, he's clearly the best at it.]]

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* In the setting of ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon'', dragons come in various breeds, all of which are terrifying in some way (some spit acid, some throw bone shards like spears, some roar loudly enough to shatter boats...) but none more so than the Night Furies. A Night Fury can breathe fire, blend perfectly into darkness, and fly terrifyingly fast. [[TheDreaded No one has ever killed a Night Fury.]] And Hiccup, a scrawny fifteen-year-old- with 15-year-old--with no combat experience, no outside assistance and no previous training- was training--was able to tame one. And fly it into battle. [[spoiler:Even after Hiccup teaches the other Vikings how to ride and bond with dragons, he's clearly the best at it.]]



* Several characters in George R. R. Martin's ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' qualify. The Stark children all possess direwolf cubs. Hints are dropped that all of them can actually project themselves into the creature's mind, though only Bran actively develops the ability, while it remains a passive one with Jon and Arya. Also, Varamyr Sixskins, a wildling.

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* Several characters in George R. R. Martin's ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' qualify. The Stark children all possess direwolf cubs. Hints are dropped that all of them can actually project themselves into the creature's mind, though only Bran actively develops the ability, while it remains a passive one with Jon and Arya. Also, Varamyr Sixskins, a wildling.


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*''Literature/MissPeregrinesHomeForPeculiarChildren'': Hugh Apiston is a ''Bee''master specifically. That's his peculiarity--he has a swarm of bees living in his stomach, whom he can control.
8th Mar '16 8:08:12 PM Hanz
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* In ''Videogame/FarCryPrimal'', the protagonist has the ability to tame prehistoric predators simply by tossing some bait, slowly approaching them and waving his hands around, letting him call upon them in battle.
8th Mar '16 8:03:15 PM Hanz
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* Grineer Drahk Masters in ''Videogame/{{Warframe}}'' train and use the pig-like Drahks in combat, which they can endlessly summon. Drahk Masters wear a heavy suit with padded arms much like police K9 trainers, allowing them to deflect the player's melee blows from in front; paired with their throwing mace which can [[BlastingItOutOfTheirHands disarm you]], they can become highly obnoxious foes. [[PlayerCharacter The Tenno]] train Kubrows, a monotreme dog-like creature, and augment them with shield generators to assist them in combat, albeit only one Kubrow at a time.

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* Grineer Drahk Masters in ''Videogame/{{Warframe}}'' train and use the pig-like Drahks in combat, which they can endlessly summon. Drahk Masters wear a heavy suit with padded arms much like police K9 trainers, allowing them to deflect the player's melee blows from in front; paired with their throwing mace which can [[BlastingItOutOfTheirHands disarm you]], they can become highly obnoxious foes. Similarly, there's the Hyekka Masters, who utilize cat-like creatures to attack their enemies. [[PlayerCharacter The Tenno]] train Kubrows, a monotreme dog-like creature, and augment them with shield generators to assist them in combat, albeit only one Kubrow at a time.
11th Feb '16 8:44:43 PM Theriocephalus
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In WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels, Ezra seems to have a talent for this. On numerous occasions, he uses the Force to commune with various animals (loth-cats, fyrnocks, [[SpaceWhale purrgils]]) and save the day.

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* In WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels, Ezra seems to have a talent for this. On numerous occasions, he uses the Force to commune with various animals (loth-cats, fyrnocks, [[SpaceWhale purrgils]]) and save the day.
11th Feb '16 8:44:27 PM Theriocephalus
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* Jar Jar [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch kriffing]] Binks, of all people, in ''StarWarsTheCloneWars''.

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* Jar Jar [[ThisIsForEmphasisBitch kriffing]] Binks, of all people, in ''StarWarsTheCloneWars''. The best example would be in ''Bombad Jedi'', where he befriends a [[SeaMonster Kwazel Maw]] which helps him fight off a Separatist force.
In WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels, Ezra seems to have a talent for this. On numerous occasions, he uses the Force to commune with various animals (loth-cats, fyrnocks, [[SpaceWhale purrgils]]) and save the day.
1st Feb '16 1:49:33 PM Mikeal52
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* ''Fanfic/AdorableMurderbeasts'': A fic where a SI is dropped into the Young Justice universe with nothing but his Pokemon to protect him. This trope is a given.

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* ''Fanfic/AdorableMurderbeasts'': A fic where a SI is dropped into the Young Justice ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' universe with nothing but his Pokemon ''Franchise/Pokemon'' to protect him. This trope is a given.
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