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* The inhabitants of the planet [[LethalLavaLand Hotted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' are giant yellow [[ArmlessBiped Armless Bipeds]]. They're [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race Guys]], but they're neither evil nor leaders of any type.

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* The inhabitants of the planet [[LethalLavaLand Hotted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' are giant yellow [[ArmlessBiped Armless Bipeds]].Bipeds]] with heads that resemble crowns. They're [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race Guys]], but they're neither evil nor leaders of any type.


* The inhabitants of the planet [[LethalLavaLand Hotted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' are giant yellow [[ArmlessBiped Armless Bipeds]]. They're [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy]]s, but they're neither evil nor leaders of any type.

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* The inhabitants of the planet [[LethalLavaLand Hotted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' are giant yellow [[ArmlessBiped Armless Bipeds]]. They're [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy]]s, [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy Proud Warrior Race Guys]], but they're neither evil nor leaders of any type.

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* The inhabitants of the planet [[LethalLavaLand Hotted]] in ''VideoGame/{{Meteos}}'' are giant yellow [[ArmlessBiped Armless Bipeds]]. They're [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy]]s, but they're neither evil nor leaders of any type.


* There's a bit of fan disagreement concerning Queen Chrysalis' "crown" in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic''; some think it's a cluster of antennae, others think it's an actual crown. There are fanfics and fanart of both, though the IDW comic shows it to be the latter.


** In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', King Sammer's whole head is shaped like a giant crown, though this might not count, as it isn't formed from horns or appendages.

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** In ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', King Sammer's whole head is shaped like a giant crown, though this might not count, as it isn't formed from horns or appendages.


* In ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', deer are treated as royalty (for example, Bambi is often referred to as Young Prince, and Bambi's father carries the title Great Prince). Their antlers form a natural crown over their heads.

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* In ''Disney/{{Bambi}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Bambi}}'', deer are treated as royalty (for example, Bambi is often referred to as Young Prince, and Bambi's father carries the title Great Prince). Their antlers form a natural crown over their heads.


* In ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', the white golem has a crown molded into its head (along with a much more realistic human physique than other golems, who are described as looking a bit like gingerbread men.) [[spoiler:They made him be their king and lead them out of servitude.]]

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* In ''Discworld/FeetOfClay'', ''Literature/FeetOfClay'', the white golem has a crown molded into its head (along with a much more realistic human physique than other golems, who are described as looking a bit like gingerbread men.) [[spoiler:They made him be their king and lead them out of servitude.]]


* The Pale King from ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has one, as does the FinalBoss [[spoiler: the Radiance]]. The crowns' appearances are played with a bit as well; the final boss has three spikes, while the Pale King has four. Though the lore of the game is often up for interpretation, in this case the symbolism is quite clear: the Pale King was attempting to both usurp the final boss' place, and set himself up as ''greater'' than it. At the game shows, results were... not everything he had hope for.

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* The Pale King from ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has one, as does the FinalBoss [[spoiler: the Radiance]]. The crowns' appearances are played with a bit as well; the final boss has three spikes, while the Pale King has four. Though the lore of the game is often up for interpretation, in this case the symbolism is quite clear: the Pale King was attempting to both usurp the final boss' place, and set himself up as ''greater'' than it. At the game shows, results were... not everything he had hope hoped for.


* The original [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Basilisk]] was a [[KillerRabbit small creature]] akin to lizards. Its most remarkable feature was a series of bumps or a crest forming a crown on its head. Thereby, it is known by all accounts as "the king of snakes".

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* The original [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Basilisk]] basilisk's name means "little king," and was a [[KillerRabbit small creature]] akin to lizards. Its most remarkable feature was a series supposedly the king of bumps or snakes because of a crown-like crest forming a crown on growing out of its head. Thereby, Contrary to some modern depictions, however, it is known by all accounts was described as "the king of snakes".being less than a foot long rather than LargeAndInCharge.

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* The ''Literature/{{Goosebumps}} Series 2000'' book ''Brain Juice'' has the protagonists abducted by aliens and taken before their emperor, whose "crown" turns out to be growing out of his head.


* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Padparadsha's three pronged tuft of hair on top of her head resembles a crown.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Padparadsha's Padparadscha's three pronged tuft of hair on top of her head resembles a crown.


-> '''Cell:''' And for that, I tip my... huh, what ''is'' that on my head? Would you call it a crown? 16, would you call this a crown?
-> '''Android 16:''' I hate you.
-> '''Cell:''' We'll call it a crown.

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-> '''Cell:''' ->'''Cell:''' And for that, I tip my... huh, what ''is'' that on my head? Would you call it a crown? 16, would you call this a crown?
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crown?\\
'''Android 16:''' I hate you.
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you.\\
'''Cell:''' We'll call it a crown.







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* The Skull Knight in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has small bony protuberances forming a circle on his skull where a crown might sit. Fan speculation has it that he is actually King [[spoiler: Gaiseric, legendary founder of Midland]].

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* The Skull Knight in ''Manga/{{Berserk}}'' has small bony protuberances forming a circle on his skull where a crown might sit. Fan speculation has it that he is actually King [[spoiler: Gaiseric, [[spoiler:Gaiseric, legendary founder of Midland]].



* ''Anime/DragonballZ'': Cell's semi-perfect and [[UltimateLifeForm perfect]] forms each have two protruding 'spires' surrounding his black chitin-like dome of a scalp, while it is never outright called a crown, the inspiration is obvious enough that ''WebVideo/DragonballZAbridged'' ran with it.

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* ''Anime/DragonballZ'': Cell's semi-perfect and [[UltimateLifeForm perfect]] forms each have two protruding 'spires' "spires" surrounding his black chitin-like dome of a scalp, while it is never outright called a crown, the inspiration is obvious enough that ''WebVideo/DragonballZAbridged'' ran with it.



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-->'''Surtur:''' ''This'' is my crown.
-->'''Thor:''' Oh, that's a crown? I thought it was a big eyebrow.
-->'''Surtur:''' ''[annoyed]'' It's a crown!

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-->'''Surtur:''' ''This'' is my crown.
-->'''Thor:'''
crown.\\
'''Thor:'''
Oh, that's a crown? I thought it was a big eyebrow.
-->'''Surtur:'''
eyebrow.\\
'''Surtur:'''
''[annoyed]'' It's a crown!



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* Exaggerated with Phala in ''Webcomic/LsEmpire''. Her entire head is a 3 pointed golden crown.

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Exaggerated with Phala in ''Webcomic/LsEmpire''. Phala. Her entire head is a 3 pointed three-pointed golden crown.



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* Fatty Puffer in VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand, in Extra Mode, has a mass of corals on his head that serves as a "crown" of sorts.
* A few ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' species play the trope straight.

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* Fatty Puffer in VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand, ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'', in Extra Mode, has a mass of corals on his head that serves as a "crown" of sorts.
* A few ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' species play the trope straight.


* The Pale King from VideoGame/HollowKnight has one, as does the FinalBoss [[spoiler: the Radiance]]. The crowns' appearances are played with a bit as well; the final boss has three spikes, while the Pale King has four. Though the lore of the game is often up for interpretation, in this case the symbolism is quite clear: the Pale King was attempting to both usurp the final boss' place, and set himself up as ''greater'' than it. At the game shows, results were... not everything he had hope for.

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* The Pale King from VideoGame/HollowKnight ''VideoGame/HollowKnight'' has one, as does the FinalBoss [[spoiler: the Radiance]]. The crowns' appearances are played with a bit as well; the final boss has three spikes, while the Pale King has four. Though the lore of the game is often up for interpretation, in this case the symbolism is quite clear: the Pale King was attempting to both usurp the final boss' place, and set himself up as ''greater'' than it. At the game shows, results were... not everything he had hope for.

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* The Pale King from VideoGame/HollowKnight has one, as does the FinalBoss [[spoiler: the Radiance]]. The crowns' appearances are played with a bit as well; the final boss has three spikes, while the Pale King has four. Though the lore of the game is often up for interpretation, in this case the symbolism is quite clear: the Pale King was attempting to both usurp the final boss' place, and set himself up as ''greater'' than it. At the game shows, results were... not everything he had hope for.

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