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** Pay [[Disney/TheLionKing the Pride Lands]] a visit in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' and Sora turns into one of these. A cute little lion cub who is more than capable of taking on all the Heartless the world can offer, including the ''[[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever effing ginormous]]'' [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Groundshaker]].

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** Pay [[Disney/TheLionKing [[WesternAnimation/TheLionKing1994 the Pride Lands]] a visit in ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'' and Sora turns into one of these. A cute little lion cub who is more than capable of taking on all the Heartless the world can offer, including the ''[[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever effing ginormous]]'' [[AttackOfThe50FootWhatever Groundshaker]].

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* ''VideoGame/Wasteland2:'' The puppy (recruitable in Hollywood) is a downplayed example. It doesn't have a powerful attack, but it is entirely capable of finishing off weakened enemies, and attacks on its own initiative.

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* VideoGame/EVOSearchForEden: A literal example. The rabbit evolution parts are comically overpowered.


** The Cuccos also appear in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', no more different than other depictions, except not even enemies are immune to them, leading to several humorous cases including a case where a giant Hinox is slaughtered by them. They won't do this for [[BossInMooksClothing Lynels]] though. In fact, they attack ''you'' for bringing them to them.

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** The Cuccos also appear in ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', no more different than other depictions, except not even enemies are immune to them, leading to several humorous cases including a case where a giant Hinox is slaughtered by them. They won't do this for [[BossInMooksClothing [[BossInMookClothing Lynels]] though. In fact, they attack ''you'' for bringing them to them.

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** Annette from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses'' is one of the smallest characters pre- and post-timeskip, and pre-timeskip, could easily be mistaken for a small child. In your first proper mission with the Blue Lions (where you actually kill enemies instead of knocking them out), she's surprisingly at ease with killing people, instead happily commenting on how well her magic is coming along, whereas the more seasoned Dimitri has a more somber and regretful attitude towards it. In her B-support with Mercedes, she's also shown to have zero issues with threatening people if they hurt her friends.


** The Black Rabite, one of the adorable little creatures mentioned above, with the respective color, is the most dangerous thing in the game. It looks like a small black bunny slipper until it opens a can of whoop-ass on you. The Black Rabite can be tamed a great deal by avoiding the use of spells or any tech stronger than the basic one, as these will not trigger its ferocious counterattacks. It also helps to use stat-affecting magic like the Necromancer's Black Curse spell and the Nightblade's Deadly Weapon spell.

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** The Black Rabite, one of the adorable little creatures mentioned above, with the respective color, is the most dangerous thing in the game. It looks like a small black bunny slipper until it opens a can of whoop-ass on you. The Black Rabite can be tamed a great deal by avoiding the use of spells or any tech stronger than the basic one, as these will not trigger its ferocious counterattacks. It also helps to use stat-affecting magic like the Necromancer's Black Curse spell and the Nightblade's Deadly Weapon spell. The remake has every character give an OhCrap face when they realize just what they're about to face off against, and boy howdy is it warranted -- it's higher in level than even the [[spoiler:postgame boss, and ''that'' outlevels the actual]] FinalBoss!

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* ''VideoGame/HeartsLikeClockwork'': The Roombas, which are automatic vacuum machines that are shaped like harmless circles, turn hostile and attack Rin's party. Some variants of the Roombas can whip out buzzsaws, becoming more dangerous as a result. While they're individually not as strong as the tutorial {{Duel Boss}}es, they make up for it in numbers.


** Not to mention the Genocide run, [VillainProtagonist where you, as a small child murder]] countless of monsters, even those who are extremely experienced in combat or possess superpowers.

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** Not to mention the Genocide run, [VillainProtagonist [[VillainProtagonist where you, as a small child murder]] countless of monsters, even those who are extremely experienced in combat or possess superpowers.

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** Not to mention the Genocide run, [VillainProtagonist where you, as a small child murder]] countless of monsters, even those who are extremely experienced in combat or possess superpowers.


* ''VideoGames/{{Wildermyth}}'' includes Avenger the golden rabbit, a spirit who once took the form of a magical sword. As a pet who can be adopted through an event, she's an adorable glowing bunny who grants the hero she's bonded to a boost to their combat damage. She wiggles her nose vindictively when she's adopted.

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* ''VideoGames/{{Wildermyth}}'' ''VideoGame/{{Wildermyth}}'' includes Avenger the golden rabbit, a spirit who once took the form of a magical sword. As a pet who can be adopted through an event, she's an adorable glowing bunny who grants the hero she's bonded to a boost to their combat damage. She wiggles her nose vindictively when she's adopted.

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* ''VideoGames/{{Wildermyth}}'' includes Avenger the golden rabbit, a spirit who once took the form of a magical sword. As a pet who can be adopted through an event, she's an adorable glowing bunny who grants the hero she's bonded to a boost to their combat damage. She wiggles her nose vindictively when she's adopted.

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** Pachirisu was dismissed as just another useless "Pika-clone." [[spoiler: Then it won the World Championships.]]


** The spinoff ''FNaF World'', on the other hand, has a talking, goofy-eyed, buck toothed rainbow... that is secretly a murderous jerk who enjoys making fun of everyone she can.

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** The spinoff ''FNaF World'', ''World'', on the other hand, has a talking, goofy-eyed, buck toothed rainbow... that is secretly a murderous jerk who enjoys making fun of everyone she can.


* The Rabbids from ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}: VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' aren't quite literal killer rabbits (their violence tends more towards slapstick AmusingInjuries), but they're still violently insane and insanely violent. And they're trying to take over the Earth and television. ''They're succeeding.''

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* The Rabbids from ''VideoGame/{{Rayman}}: VideoGame/RavingRabbids'' aren't quite literal killer rabbits (their violence tends more towards slapstick AmusingInjuries), but they're still violently insane and insanely violent. And they're trying to take over the Earth and television. ''They're succeeding.'''' Worse still, they, for a time, forced Rayman out of the series and stole his role as main character.



* ''[[VideoGame/{{Oddworld}} Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee]]'''s Fuzzles, looking like furry cute big-eyed blob types... which happen to be voracious carnivores ''and can be used like attack animals'' by [[LastOfHisKind Munch]] with MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily.

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* ''[[VideoGame/{{Oddworld}} Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee]]'''s Fuzzles, looking like furry cute big-eyed blob types... which happen to be voracious carnivores ''and can be used like attack animals'' by [[LastOfHisKind Munch]] with MoreTeethThanTheOsmondFamily. And if you don’t rescue enough of them, they’ll ensure Abe and Munch don’t make it out of Vykkers Labs alive...


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** The spinoff ''FNaF World'', on the other hand, has a talking, goofy-eyed, buck toothed rainbow... that is secretly a murderous jerk who enjoys making fun of everyone she can.


*** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has it's own Master Tonberry slowly walking around. Of course, players new to the series would think that the high mobility combat style of the game would mean that such an enemy would be an easy target for hit-and-run approaches and ambush him. They are promptly surprised when he then pulls out a ''lightsaber three times his size'' and starts flipping around like Yoda. At that point the "run" portion becomes more a matter of survival then a strategy.

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*** ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXV'' has it's its own Master Tonberry slowly walking around. Of course, players new to the series would think that the high mobility combat style of the game would mean that such an enemy would be an easy target for hit-and-run approaches and ambush him. They are promptly surprised when he then pulls out a ''lightsaber three times his size'' and starts flipping around like Yoda. At that point the "run" portion becomes more a matter of survival then a strategy.

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