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12th Apr '18 4:01:54 AM MeleKalikimaka
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGummiBears'' had Duke Igthorn, the human leader of the ogres.
10th Apr '18 10:11:30 AM TheNerevarine
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* ComicBook/WonderWoman's villain Circe is an immortal demigod sorceress whose favorite minions are [[BeastMan bestiamorphs]], humans that were turned into monstrous animals.
2nd Mar '18 12:13:31 PM darkemyst
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* A number of the Sparks from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' have turned themselves into this due to being just as willing to experiment on themselves as they are other people and animals.
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31st Dec '17 4:11:42 AM jormis29
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** On the non-villainous side, ''Monsters Unleashed'' introduces Kid Kaiju whose ability as an Inhuman is to summon monsters by drawing them. He's even able to use this ability to create ''new'' monsters in this way, bringing his own team of heroic kaiju into existence.

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** On the non-villainous side, ''Monsters Unleashed'' ''ComicBook/MonstersUnleashed'' introduces Kid Kaiju whose ability as an Inhuman is to summon monsters by drawing them. He's even able to use this ability to create ''new'' monsters in this way, bringing his own team of heroic kaiju into existence.
28th Aug '17 11:41:04 AM nighttrainfm
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* This is the case in most ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' games. The hordes of monstrous Heartless and Nobodies eventually turn out to be under the control of a being (or collective of beings) who look and act entirely human, [[spoiler:but looks are deceiving.]]
** [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep The Unversed]] are also under the control of [[spoiler: Vanitas, as they are incarnations of his feelings. Vanitas himself is under Xehanort's control as he is his master, although the exact degree of control he is under is [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder debatable]]]].

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* * ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'':
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This is the case in most ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' games. The hordes of monstrous Heartless and Nobodies eventually turn out to be under the control of a being (or collective of beings) who look and act entirely human, [[spoiler:but human - but looks are deceiving.]]
can be deceiving.
** [[VideoGame/KingdomHeartsBirthBySleep The Unversed]] are also under the control of [[spoiler: Vanitas, as they are incarnations of his feelings. Vanitas himself is under Xehanort's control as he is his master, although the exact degree of control he is under is [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder debatable]]]].debatable]].]]
2nd Jul '17 11:06:56 AM nombretomado
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* Paul Bearer may have been ghoulish-looking, but at least he wasn't a seven-foot-tall undead giant like TheUndertaker.

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* Paul Bearer may have been ghoulish-looking, but at least he wasn't a seven-foot-tall undead giant like TheUndertaker.Wrestling/TheUndertaker.
1st Jul '17 8:19:34 PM crowmagnon
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** On the non-villainous side, ''Monsters Unleashed'' introduces Kid Kaiju whose ability as an Inhuman is to summon monsters by drawing them. He's even able to use this ability to create ''new'' monsters in this way, bringing his own team of heroic kaiju into existence.
29th Jun '17 9:55:15 PM Lopiny
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* The Ancestor from ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' is directly responsible for almost every enemy you face, and the rest are probably his indirect fault as well. Brainwashing fishmen, demonic swinefolk, undead legions and parasitic fungus were all brought about by his hand, and when the villagers complained he hired a group of bandits to keep them in line and gave the witnesses to the creatures he had created. The reason behind all this is he was bored and wanted eldritch power for a laugh. This being a CosmicHorrorStory, it all went wrong quite quickly. Unusually he is not the BigBad, as he killed himself after realizing what he had done and supports you via narration as you clean up his mess.

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* The Ancestor from ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'' is directly responsible for almost every enemy you face, and the rest are probably his indirect fault as well. Brainwashing fishmen, demonic swinefolk, undead legions and legions, parasitic fungus and vampirized aristocrat ex-pals were all brought about by his hand, and when the villagers complained he hired a group of bandits to keep them in line and gave the witnesses to the creatures he had created. The reason behind all this is he was bored and wanted eldritch power for a laugh. This being a CosmicHorrorStory, it all went wrong quite quickly. Unusually he is not the BigBad, as he killed himself after realizing what he had done and supports you via narration as you clean up his mess.
18th May '17 12:03:27 PM intastiel
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* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'', as seen [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/alumni/20061212a here]].
14th May '17 2:55:34 PM nombretomado
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* ''[[Franchise/StarCraft Star Craft: Brood War]]'' has Kerrigan, the (human with shoulder-mounted extensible claws) leader of the insectoid Zerg after the Overmind's fall. Before she arrives however, the trope was averted: the Overmind [[EldritchAbomination couldn't look less like a humanoid]].

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* ''[[Franchise/StarCraft Star Craft: Brood War]]'' ''VideoGame/StarcraftBroodWar'' has Kerrigan, the (human with shoulder-mounted extensible claws) leader of the insectoid Zerg after the Overmind's fall. Before she arrives however, the trope was averted: the Overmind [[EldritchAbomination couldn't look less like a humanoid]].
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