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10th Jun '18 3:15:42 PM PurrElise
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* The shark in ''VideoGame/{{Raft}}'' that stalks you and takes periodic bites out of the titular raft if you don't drive it away fast enough.
31st May '18 4:13:39 AM jormis29
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* ''VideoGames/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'': Sharks, including hammerhead, bull, and great white sharks, are the main enemies in the underwater segments.

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* ''VideoGames/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'': ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIVBlackFlag'': Sharks, including hammerhead, bull, and great white sharks, are the main enemies in the underwater segments.
26th May '18 11:04:13 AM ReconditePanine
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*In Literature/LittleGreyMen, the gnomes are terrorised by a monstrous pike.
22nd May '18 2:28:04 PM Jubileus57
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* Gash, the shark pet from ''VideoGame/{{Insaniquarium}}'', zig-zags this trope. On the one hand, he helps you defeating aliens, and quite effectively at that. On the other, he still has no qualms eating your guppies regardless of their size or status. Yes, he can devour your precious royal guppies, too.
22nd May '18 10:13:32 AM Jubileus57
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendaryStarfy'' has Snarks, which are shark enemies that cannot be harmed at all. There is also humongous Mega Snark, who prowls around the S.S Logwater and regularly rams onto the ship trying to devour Starfy. The latter will have to take cover behind the ship's masts to avoid being gobbled up.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendaryStarfy'' has Snarks, which are shark enemies that cannot be harmed at all. There is also humongous Mega Snark, who prowls around the S.S S. Logwater and regularly rams onto the ship trying to devour Starfy. The latter will have to take cover behind the ship's masts to avoid being gobbled up.
22nd May '18 10:11:50 AM Jubileus57
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendaryStarfy'' has Snarks, which are shark enemies that cannot be harmed at all. There is also humongous Mega Snark, who prowls around the S.S Logwater and regularly rams onto the ship trying to devour Starfy. The latter will have to take cover behind the ship's masts to avoid being gobbled up.


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* The ''VideoGame/MarioPlusRabbidsKingdomBattle'' DLC "DK Adventure" introduces Side Eye, a Hammerhead shark slash Rabbid wielding a SeaMine. He can dive into the sand [[SandIsWater as if it was water]] to move around, with only his fin poking out menacingly.
14th May '18 4:48:53 AM azbyc15243
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* Leviathan in ''Literature/MyVampireOlderSisterAndZombieLittleSister'' is a demon lord in the form of a 30 metre[[note]]about 100 feet, for those who use imperial[[/note]] long shark. It is even stronger than expected from its size, capable of casually destroying buildings by ramming them and jumping several stories into the air. On top of that, it has telepathic powers that it can use to paralyze people or to forcibly draw them into an alternate dimension with a five storey-deep flood, giving itself the home field advantage.
13th May '18 7:26:51 PM nombretomado
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* ResidentEvil has a species of shark called a "Neptune", an experimental shark that looks like an infamous Great White. In the original PlayStation game? A minor annoyance, but drain the water and it, along with two smaller sharks, flop around helplessly. This is taken further in the Gamecube remake, where upon entering the Aqua Ring, it has a more pronounced role where the player must get to door before the sharks take too much damage (and if they stand still for too long, the shark jumps out of the water and eats 'em!!). The goal is still to drain the water, but hopefully no more problems, right...?

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* ResidentEvil ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' has a species of shark called a "Neptune", an experimental shark that looks like an infamous Great White. In the [[VideoGame/ResidentEvil1 original PlayStation game? game]]? A minor annoyance, but drain the water and it, along with two smaller sharks, flop around helplessly. This is taken further in the Gamecube remake, where upon entering the Aqua Ring, it has a more pronounced role where the player must get to door before the sharks take too much damage (and if they stand still for too long, the shark jumps out of the water and eats 'em!!). The goal is still to drain the water, but hopefully no more problems, right...?
29th Apr '18 7:49:12 PM NeoChaos
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Tier Harribel, whose visual theme is that of a shark. Like Kisame above, she does away with the usual shark tropes - Harribel is a MamaBear MartialPacifist who is willing to die for [[AmazonBrigade Fracción]].

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Tier Harribel, whose visual theme is that of a shark. Like Kisame above, she does away with is also a contrast to the usual shark tropes - Harribel is a MamaBear MartialPacifist who is willing to die for her [[AmazonBrigade Fracción]].
29th Apr '18 7:48:11 PM NeoChaos
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Unlike the animal stereotype, though, Kisame seems rather [[ShownTheirWork played straight]]. He seems to have a good sense of humor, is definitely [[OnlySaneMan the most mentally sound of the Akatsuki]], and has a certain joie-de-vivre that his partner needed to pick up on (and on the note of his partner... Kisame seems to have been more of a father toward Itachi than Fugaku). In general, he is a [[AffablyEvil polite, intelligent, and a very social man]]... however, his mere presence seems to announce "You lose," with natural chakra reserves rivaling the Jinchuriki, who host 100-meter-tall chakra demons. Until [[ShownTheirWork even more fittingly]][[spoiler:he meets Killer Bee... who has ''octopus'' traits.]]\\\

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Unlike the animal stereotype, though, Kisame seems rather [[ShownTheirWork played straight]]. He seems to have a good sense of humor, is definitely [[OnlySaneMan the most mentally sound of the Akatsuki]], and has a certain joie-de-vivre that his partner needed to pick up on (and on the note of his partner... Kisame seems to have been more of a father toward Itachi than Fugaku). In general, he is a [[AffablyEvil polite, intelligent, and a very social man]]... however, his mere presence seems to announce "You lose," with natural chakra reserves rivaling the Jinchuriki, who host 100-meter-tall chakra demons. Until [[ShownTheirWork even more fittingly]][[spoiler:he fittingly]] [[spoiler:he meets Killer Bee... who has ''octopus'' traits.]]\\\



* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Tier Harribel, whose visual theme is that of a shark. In stark contrast with the usual shark tropes Harribel is a MamaBear MartialPacifist who is willing to die for [[AmazonBrigade Fracción]].

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has Tier Harribel, whose visual theme is that of a shark. In stark contrast Like Kisame above, she does away with the usual shark tropes - Harribel is a MamaBear MartialPacifist who is willing to die for [[AmazonBrigade Fracción]].
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