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11th Jan '17 6:40:26 PM chelonianmobile
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** Two martens appear, both on the villainous side: the Emperor Ublaz (a CampStraight marten with HypnoticEyes ruling over monitor lizards), and Atunra, Riggu Felis' NumberTwo who is killed by his son as part of his effort to overthrow his father.

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** Two martens appear, both on the villainous side: the Emperor Ublaz (a CampStraight / AmbiguouslyGay marten with HypnoticEyes ruling over monitor lizards), and Atunra, Riggu Felis' NumberTwo who is killed by his son as part of his effort to overthrow his father.
19th Dec '16 7:29:10 AM Chabal2
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** Badgers, on the other hand, are universally good, if somewhat unsafe to be around when in battle (if a Bloodwrath-possessed badger ever killed an ally, it's not shown, but the risk is still present).
** Of the three wolverines known in the series, one died before the story began, one was seen lifting an entire ''tree'' off himself as a DyingMomentOfAwesome (also denying his batshit insane brother the right to rule the North, so he's not as villainous as most vermin), and the third is said batshit insane brother, the cannibal, [[HiroshimaAsAUnitOfMeasure stronger-than-a-badger]] Gulo the Savage.
** Two martens appear, both on the villainous side: the Emperor Ublaz (a CampStraight marten with HypnoticEyes ruling over monitor lizards), and Atunra, Riggu Felis' NumberTwo who is killed by his son as part of his effort to overthrow his father.
** A single polecat appears, a wretched old creature living underground and commanding an army, along with a hulking weasel-ferret hybrid called a Wearet.
** Swartt Sixclaw and his son Veil, the latter of which is taken in by Redwallers and is given the full DracoInLeatherPants treatment by some fans despite being a casual murderer due to occasional good deeds (extremely rare among vermin).



* The Weasleys of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series were intentionally named and created as heroic characters to ''{{avert|edTrope}}'' this trope. [[WordOfGod Quoth Rowling]]:

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* The Weasleys of the ''Literature/HarryPotter'' series were intentionally named and created as heroic characters to ''{{avert|edTrope}}'' this trope.trope (Mr. Weasly's Patronus, the only spell that works against the depression-incarnate dementors, is a weasel). [[WordOfGod Quoth Rowling]]:
6th Dec '16 11:46:52 AM REV6Pilot
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* Duke Weaselton in ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'' is a criminal weasel. There is also the DirtyCoward ferret Travis from Judy's childhood who helped the bully Gideon Grey as long as he could hide behind him.

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* ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}''
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Duke Weaselton in ''{{Disney/Zootopia}}'' is a criminal weasel. weasel, seller of bootlegged DVD's and thief [[spoiler:[[MoneyDearBoy when offered what he likes best]]]].
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There is also the DirtyCoward ferret Travis from Judy's childhood childhood, who helped the bully Gideon Grey as long as he could hide behind him.
24th Nov '16 11:20:15 AM MarkyVigoroth
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* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.

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* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: ''Anime/GambaNoBouken'': The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.
24th Nov '16 11:17:47 AM MarkyVigoroth
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* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.



* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.

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* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.
24th Nov '16 11:08:48 AM MarkyVigoroth
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* [[Gamba no Bōken]]: The main antagonist is Noroi, a weasel.
31st Oct '16 6:17:07 AM Morgenthaler
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In addition to weasels, stoats and polecats get a fair amount of this. Ferrets are portrayed similarly as clever, hyperactive, slightly crazy tricksters, but are often cute and harmless rather than malicious, probably because people are increasingly likely to be familiar with them as pets. Martens and fishers are somewhat less likely to be lumped in with weasels, and otters are [[PlayfulOtter something completely different]], as are badgers and wolverines. Skunks, formerly classified as mustelids but now given their own group Mephitidae, have [[SmellySkunk their own trope]]; a skunk is definitely something to avoid, but is not necessarily as wicked as a weasel. Mongooses are saved, ironically not by the fact that they're far closer to cats and hyenas than to weasels, but by being famous for fighting [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent snakes]].

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In addition to weasels, stoats and polecats get a fair amount of this. Ferrets are portrayed similarly as clever, hyperactive, slightly crazy tricksters, but are often cute and harmless rather than malicious, probably because people are increasingly likely to be familiar with them as pets. Martens and fishers are somewhat less likely to be lumped in with weasels, and otters are [[PlayfulOtter something completely different]], as are badgers and wolverines. Skunks, formerly classified as mustelids but now given their own group Mephitidae, have [[SmellySkunk their own trope]]; a skunk is definitely something to avoid, but is not necessarily as wicked as a weasel. Mongooses are saved, ironically not by the fact that they're far closer to cats and hyenas than to weasels, but by being famous for fighting [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent [[SnakesAreEvil snakes]].
14th Aug '16 4:30:28 AM albertonykus
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In addition to weasels, stoats and polecats get a fair amount of this. Ferrets are portrayed similarly as clever, hyperactive, slightly crazy tricksters, but are often cute and harmless rather than malicious, probably because people are increasingly likely to be familiar with them as pets. Martens and fishers are somewhat less likely to be lumped in with weasels, and otters are [[PlayfulOtter something completely different]], as are badgers and wolverines. Another mustelid, the skunk, has [[SmellySkunk its own trope]]; a skunk is definitely something to avoid, but is not necessarily as wicked as a weasel. Mongooses are saved, ironically not by the fact that they're far closer to cats and hyenas than to weasels, but by being famous for fighting [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent snakes]].

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In addition to weasels, stoats and polecats get a fair amount of this. Ferrets are portrayed similarly as clever, hyperactive, slightly crazy tricksters, but are often cute and harmless rather than malicious, probably because people are increasingly likely to be familiar with them as pets. Martens and fishers are somewhat less likely to be lumped in with weasels, and otters are [[PlayfulOtter something completely different]], as are badgers and wolverines. Another mustelid, the skunk, has Skunks, formerly classified as mustelids but now given their own group Mephitidae, have [[SmellySkunk its their own trope]]; a skunk is definitely something to avoid, but is not necessarily as wicked as a weasel. Mongooses are saved, ironically not by the fact that they're far closer to cats and hyenas than to weasels, but by being famous for fighting [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent snakes]].
8th Aug '16 9:45:15 AM longWriter
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* Don't forget the weasel from a few [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Foghorn Leghorn]] cartoons, who occasionally visits Foghorn's farm to steal chickens. Ironically, Foghorn generally sides with the weasel to spite the farm's dog, although the weasel doesn't appreciate his [[StopHelpingMe "help"]]. The weasel and the dog [[EnemyMine team up]] against him a few times.

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* Don't forget the weasel from a few [[WesternAnimation/LooneyTunes Foghorn Leghorn]] cartoons, who occasionally visits Foghorn's farm to steal chickens. Ironically, Foghorn generally sides with the weasel to spite the farm's dog, although the weasel doesn't appreciate his [[StopHelpingMe [[UnwantedAssistance "help"]]. The weasel and the dog [[EnemyMine team up]] against him a few times.
29th Jul '16 7:13:00 AM DrNoPuma
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-->-- '''Flinky the stoat ([[IAmNotWeasel not the same thing as a weasel]]), ''[[{{Redwall}} Loamhedge]]'''''

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-->-- '''Flinky the stoat ([[IAmNotWeasel not the same thing as a weasel]]), ''[[{{Redwall}} ''[[Literature/{{Redwall}} Loamhedge]]'''''



* Winkie's weasel henchmen in the "[[TheWindInTheWillows Wind in the Willows]]" scene of ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''.

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* Winkie's weasel henchmen in the "[[TheWindInTheWillows Wind "Wind in the Willows]]" scene Willows" segment of ''Disney/TheAdventuresOfIchabodAndMrToad''.



* Two weasels, again from "[[TheWindInTheWillows Wind in the Willows]]" are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a PeterLorre impression.

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* Two weasels, again from "[[TheWindInTheWillows ''The Wind in the Willows]]" Willows'' are shown digging Ebenezer Scrooge's grave in the 1983 special ''Disney/MickeysChristmasCarol''. One of them speaks in a Cockney dialect (befitting the story's London setting), while the other has what sounds like a PeterLorre impression.
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