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6th Jul '17 2:25:00 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* Bull Elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage.

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* Bull Elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage. There is a reason Elephants are ranked as number one on ''The Most Extreme: Hissy Fits;'' even over ''Grizzly Bears'' and '''Africanized Honeybees!'''
6th Jul '17 2:17:48 PM SinisterHoodedFigure2
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* Bull Elephants in Musth would be the crowning animal example of Unstoppable rage. A periodic hormonal condition where male elephants are extremely violent towards its surroundings unless they mate with a female, these frenzied monsters are capable of destroying everything in their path, including trees, vehicles, and houses. They can easily kill any animal within range, from carnivores to large surly animals such Cape Buffalo, Rhinos, Hippos and ''even other male Elephants.'' Outside of musth, it is still very unwise to provoke ''any'' elephant; they are the largest land animals, so not many things can stop an angry elephant's rampage.
23rd Jun '17 9:13:13 PM Geoduck
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* In ''Film/TheMuppetMovie'', Miss Piggy flies into one of these, complete with NightmareFuel eyes, when the villain tells her he's about to zap Kermit's brain. Mentioning [[BerserkButton bacon]] didn't help his cause.
11th Jun '17 10:34:14 PM DeliciousFart
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* ''Film/WonderWoman'' after [[spoiler:Steve Trevor's self-sacrifice]]. Diana proceeds to tear through German soldiers like they're wet tissue.
28th Apr '17 9:30:47 AM Golondrina
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* An ever-present and incredibly dangerous trope in the {{Walkyverse}}. See, for example [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20001015.html Joyce]] and [[http://www.shortpacked.com/2007/comic/book-4/08-the-gospel-of-faz/confidence/ Amber]]. [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030721.html Walky]] is by far the scariest example, though.

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* An ever-present and incredibly dangerous trope in the {{Walkyverse}}.Webcomic/{{Walkyverse}}. See, for example [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20001015.html Joyce]] and [[http://www.shortpacked.com/2007/comic/book-4/08-the-gospel-of-faz/confidence/ Amber]]. [[http://www.itswalky.com/d/20030721.html Walky]] is by far the scariest example, though.
2nd Mar '17 12:13:39 AM AbsoluteSword
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** All of the above also applies to the Tasmanian Devil, it's closest Australian Marsupial equivalent. Made doubly scary (or hilarious) for the fact that that unlike the wolverine, it's no bigger than a large house-cat.
2nd Mar '17 12:04:27 AM AbsoluteSword
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[[folder:The Animal Kingdom]]
* The savage Wolverine after which the popular X-Man is named after is infamous for its relentless refusal to stop chasing, attacking and mauling it's prey/threat until either it or itself is dead. In fact, it's jaws will clamp down and '''lock onto''' its victim in death, and nothing short of a crowbar can pry it open if you do not want your limb to go gangrenous.
* Played with in the common Honeybee, which will pursue and sting all threats to the hive literally unto their deaths; the curved nature of their stings makes sure they should they attempt to fly free, their insides will be pulled out in the process. Hornets play this trope straighter as they, with a straight sting, do ''not'' possess this problem, and will ''repeatedly'' sting threats to their hives until it is dead or driven off.
* Defied with the poor animals killed in Bull fights, which are by nature peaceful herbivores, and have to be goaded into anger with multiple stabs of the dagger moments before they are sent to their deaths at the blades of the Matador in the arena.
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3rd Jan '17 6:26:51 PM Wyldchyld
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This is even more BadAss when his screams are carried all the way to the Persian camp, and ''scares them more than the deepest battledrums''.

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This is even more BadAss badass when his screams are carried all the way to the Persian camp, and ''scares them more than the deepest battledrums''.
29th Dec '16 8:19:16 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Kylo Ren himself, who tends to get really pissed about things not going to plan and uses his lightsaber to vent his rage in a fury of screaming and destruction.

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** Kylo Ren himself, who tends to get really pissed about things not going to plan and uses his lightsaber to vent his rage in a fury of screaming and destruction. Unfortunately he never puts this into use in any practical way (as any time he gets into a conflict he tries to force a facade of composure, which probably weakens him to a degree).
29th Dec '16 8:11:05 AM SolidSonicTH
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** Kylo Ren himself, who tends to get really pissed about things not going to plan and uses his lightsaber to vent his rage in a fury of screaming and destruction.
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