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** ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'':

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* The ''VideoGame/{{Atelier}}'' series has the punis, colorful slime monsters with eyes, a smiley face and rosey cheeks.


* Blow Fly and Trash-A-Pillar from ''Toys/TheTrashPack''. They're both the main characters of the webseries, too.

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* Blow Fly and Trash-A-Pillar from ''Toys/TheTrashPack''. They're both the main characters of the webseries, [[WebAnimation/TheTrashPack webseries]], too.


* Morrigan from ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' is popular enough to be the series' biggest representative in [[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever Capcom's various crossover games]] (though Felicia takes a close second.)

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* Morrigan from ''VideoGame/{{Darkstalkers}}'' is popular enough to be the series' biggest representative in [[VideoGame/CapcomVsWhatever [[VideoGame/CapcomVs Capcom's various crossover games]] (though Felicia takes a close second.)

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** ''VideoGame/KisekiSeries'':
** Poms, bouncing little puffballs with eyes that come in all different varieties. The standout example (and the one that represented the franchise in [[IntercontinuityCrossover Alternative Saga]]) is the [[MetalSlime Shining Pom]], which adds wings and a halo.
** Mishy the cat, the mascot of Crosbell's Mishelam Wonderland and also considered the mascot of Nihon Falcom overall. A plush Mishy was included as an extra in the Thors Academy Edition release of ''The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III''.


** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-682 SCP-682]] follows SCP-173 by a close second. It's an unkillable, [[HealingFactor regenerating]] giant reptile which (temporarily) [[AdaptiveAbility adapts to any new form of attack]], and who wants to [[OmnicidalManiac kill all Earth life]]. The SCP Foundation is constantly trying (and failing) to destroy it with many different methods, which has made SCP-682 one of the most recurring antagonists.

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** [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-682 SCP-682]] follows SCP-173 by a close second. It's an unkillable, [[HealingFactor regenerating]] giant reptile which (temporarily) [[AdaptiveAbility adapts to any new form of attack]], and who wants to [[OmnicidalManiac kill all Earth life]]. The SCP Foundation is constantly trying (and failing) ([[JokerImmunity and failing]]) to destroy it with many different methods, which has made SCP-682 one of the most recurring antagonists.


* For WWE's women's division, Wrestling/WendiRichter, Wrestling/{{Sable}}, Wrestling/{{Chyna}}, Wrestling/TrishStratus, and Wrestling/{{Lita}} have all filled the role.

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* For WWE's Wrestling/{{WWE}}'s women's division, Wrestling/WendiRichter, Wrestling/{{Sable}}, Wrestling/{{Chyna}}, Wrestling/TrishStratus, Wrestling/{{Lita}}, Wrestling/TorrieWilson, Wrestling/MickieJames, Wrestling/AJLee, the Wrestling/BellaTwins and Wrestling/{{Lita}} the Four Horsewomen (Wrestling/BeckyLynch, Wrestling/CharlotteFlair, Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, and Wrestling/SashaBanks) have all filled the role.
** ''Wrestling/{{WWE NXT}}'': Wrestling/{{Paige}}, Wrestling/SashaBanks, Wrestling/{{Bayley}}, [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka]] and Shayna Baszler are the wrestlers most synonymous with the brand. For the U.K. brand, Rhea Ripley and Wrestling/ToniStorm fill the
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* For Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling: Riho, Hikaru Shida, Britt Baker, and Wrestling/KrisStatlander are the female names most synonymous with the company so far.
* For Wrestling/ImpactWrestling: Wrestling/GailKim, Wrestling/TheBeautifulPeople, [[Wrestling/KiaStevens Awesome Kong]], [[Wrestling/JessicaKresa ODB]], [[Wrestling/LisaMarieVaron Tara]], Wrestling/TarynTerrell, Taya Valkyrie, and Wrestling/TessaBlanchard are the female names most synonymous with the company.



* ''Wrestling/{{WWE}}'': Wrestling/BrunoSammartino, Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/BretHart, Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin, [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] and Wrestling/JohnCena have all served as the "face" of the company at different points. Wrestling/TheUndertaker also warrants a mention although hes never been ''the'' face of the company.

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* ''Wrestling/{{WWE}}'': Wrestling/BrunoSammartino, Wrestling/HulkHogan, Wrestling/BretHart, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin, [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]] Rock]], Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/BrockLesnar, and Wrestling/JohnCena Wrestling/RomanReigns have all served as the "face" of the company at different points. Wrestling/TheUndertaker also warrants a mention although hes never been ''the'' face of the company.company.
** ''Wrestling/WWERaw'': Wrestling/StoneColdSteveAustin, Wrestling/ShawnMichaels, Wrestling/TripleH, Wrestling/ChrisJericho, Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/RandyOrton, Wrestling/CMPunk, Wrestling/BrockLesnar, Wrestling/RomanReigns and Wrestling/SethRollins are the wrestlers most synonymous with the brand.
** ''Wrestling/WWESmackdown'': [[Wrestling/DwayneJohnson The Rock]], Wrestling/TheUndertaker, Wrestling/KurtAngle, Wrestling/BrockLesnar, Wrestling/EddieGuerrero, Wrestling/{{Rey Mysterio|Jr}}, Wrestling/JohnCena, Wrestling/{{Batista}}, Wrestling/{{Edge}}, [[Wrestling/BryanDanielson Daniel Bryan]], Wrestling/TheNewDay and Wrestling/AJStyles are the wrestlers most synonymous with the brand.
** ''Wrestling/{{WWE NXT}}'': Wrestling/SamiZayn, Wrestling/KevinOwens, [[Wrestling/FergalDevitt Finn Balor]], Wrestling/SamoaJoe, Wrestling/JohnnyGargano, Wrestling/TommasoCiampa, Wrestling/AleisterBlack and Wrestling/TheUndisputedEra are the wrestlers most synonymous with the brand. For the U.K. version, Wrestling/BritishStrongStyle and IMPERIUM fill the role.



* For Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling: Wrestling/CodyRhodes, Wrestling/ChrisJericho, Wrestling/KennyOmega, Wrestling/TheYoungBucks, and [[Wrestling/DeanAmnbrose Jon Moxley]] are the names most synonymous with the company so far.

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* For Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling: Wrestling/CodyRhodes, Wrestling/ChrisJericho, Wrestling/KennyOmega, Wrestling/TheYoungBucks, and [[Wrestling/DeanAmnbrose [[Wrestling/DeanAmbrose Jon Moxley]] are the names most synonymous with the company so far.

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** Then invoked in full force for the ''Gundam Build'' continuity with the Petitguys, made in every possible color and even colors homaging a previous season, ''Gundam 00''. While they're still in the franchise as of ''Anime/GundamBuildDivers'', they're in significantly less numbers with the load shared by the return of Haro.


* Wrestling/AJStyles for [[Wrestling/ImpactWrestling TNA]], to the point that fans, critics, ''and'' wrestling personalities themselves universally agree that the company truly died upon his departure. Billy Corgan of Music/TheSmashingPumpkins thought he could save the company with a movie about Wrestling/MattHardy, who became [[CareerResurrection unexpectedly popular]] after Styles left, but he was overruled.
* ''Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling'': Wrestling/AntonioInoki, Wrestling/{{Vader}}, Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto, [[Wrestling/SatoruSayama Tiger Mask]], [[Wrestling/TheGreatMuta Great Muta/Keiji Mutoh]], Wrestling/JushinThunderLiger([[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff in the US and Mexico]]), Masahiro Chono, Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi, Wrestling/ShinsukeNakamura, Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada, CHAOS, Wrestling/BulletClub (Wrestling/KennyOmega to an extent) and Wrestling/LosIngobernablesDeJapon are the ones who people think most when talking about the company.

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* Wrestling/AJStyles for [[Wrestling/ImpactWrestling TNA]], to the point that fans, critics, ''and'' wrestling personalities themselves universally agree that the company truly died upon his departure. Billy Corgan of Music/TheSmashingPumpkins thought he could save the company with a movie about Wrestling/MattHardy, who became [[CareerResurrection unexpectedly popular]] after Styles left, but he was overruled.
overruled. Wrestling/KurtAngle also counts, to a lesser extent.
* ''Wrestling/NewJapanProWrestling'': Wrestling/AntonioInoki, Wrestling/{{Vader}}, Wrestling/ShinyaHashimoto, [[Wrestling/SatoruSayama Tiger Mask]], [[Wrestling/TheGreatMuta [[Wrestling/KeijiMutoh Great Muta/Keiji Mutoh]], Wrestling/JushinThunderLiger([[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff in the US and Mexico]]), Masahiro Chono, Wrestling/MasahiroChono, Wrestling/HiroshiTanahashi, Wrestling/ShinsukeNakamura, Wrestling/KazuchikaOkada, CHAOS, Wrestling/BulletClub (Wrestling/KennyOmega to an extent) and Wrestling/LosIngobernablesDeJapon (especially Wrestling/TetsuyaNaito) are the ones who people think most when talking about the company.


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* For Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling: Wrestling/CodyRhodes, Wrestling/ChrisJericho, Wrestling/KennyOmega, Wrestling/TheYoungBucks, and [[Wrestling/DeanAmnbrose Jon Moxley]] are the names most synonymous with the company so far.

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* [[LampshadeHanging Lampshaded]] in Webcomic/BattleKreaturez with Wally the Platrox, the mascot of the Wyldcard team, a role which he only begrudgingly accepts.

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* [[WesternAnimation/TrueAndTheRainbowKingdom True and the Wishes]] are the most commonly advertised characters of Creator/GuruStudio, even moreso than the studio's [[WesternAnimation/PAWPatrol biggest hit]].


* Creator/{{Konami}} tried in the late 1980s to establish Konami Man as their mascot. He never really caught on, though ''Konami VideoGame/WaiWaiWorld'' gave him the leading part and a DistaffCounterpart, Konami Lady. Konami Man still makes occasional cameos in ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games.
** Solid Snake and Simon Belmont also qualify, due to being the heroes of some of Konami's biggest franchises. After Konami fully absorbed Hudson Soft, Bomberman also served this role to an extent.

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* Creator/{{Konami}} {{Creator/Konami}}:
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tried in the late 1980s to establish Konami Man as their mascot. He never really caught on, though ''Konami VideoGame/WaiWaiWorld'' gave him the leading part and a DistaffCounterpart, Konami Lady. Konami Man still makes occasional cameos in ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' ''{{Franchise/Castlevania}}'' games.
** [[VideoGame/MetalGear Solid Snake Snake]] and [[{{Franchise/Castlevania}} Simon Belmont Belmont]] also qualify, due to being the heroes of some of Konami's biggest franchises. After Konami fully absorbed Hudson Soft, Bomberman Creator/HudsonSoft, {{VideoGame/Bomberman}} also served this role to an extent.


** ''Theatre/{{Alegria}}'' -- A Nymph.

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** ''Theatre/{{Alegria}}'' -- A Nymph.Nymph for the original staging, Monsieur Fleur for the 2019 revival.


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** ''Crystal'' -- The titular heroine.


** {{Creator/Pixar}} has Luxo Jr. the lamp. [[Franchise/ToyStory Buzz Lightyear]] also qualifies, being the most popular Pixar character.

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** {{Creator/Pixar}} has Luxo Jr. the lamp. [[Franchise/ToyStory [[WesternAnimation/ToyStory Buzz Lightyear]] also qualifies, being the most popular Pixar character.


** Following the release of the Clan Invasion storyline and the ''VideoGame/MechWarrior'' video games, and the massive upshoot in popularity for the franchise, the The Timber Wolf/[[ReportingNames Mad Cat]] heavy 'mech became the mascot for both the game series and for most of the franchise set after 3049 InUniverse. The Timber Wolf is still ''the'' iconic battlemech for much of the franchise's fans as a result, and also because it is one of the most powerful 'mechs to drop on the table on a match. [[spoiler:(And calling it the Mad Cat among the wrong group of fans will get you labeled a [[FantasticSlurs stravag freebirth]].)]

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** Following the release of the Clan Invasion storyline and the ''VideoGame/MechWarrior'' video games, and the massive upshoot in popularity for the franchise, the The Timber Wolf/[[ReportingNames Mad Cat]] heavy 'mech became the mascot for both the game series and for most of the franchise set after 3049 InUniverse. The Timber Wolf is still ''the'' iconic battlemech for much of the franchise's fans as a result, and also because it is one of the most powerful 'mechs to drop on the table on a match. [[spoiler:(And calling it the Mad Cat among the wrong group of fans will get you labeled a [[FantasticSlurs stravag freebirth]].)])]]


** Following the "Warhammer" being taken out of official artwork, the duty of official mascot of franchise material set before the introduction of the Clans (such as the Star League and Succession Wars era) became the AS7-D "Atlas" assault battlemech, a massive [[SkullForAHead skull-faced]], [[ShouldersOfDoom broad-shouldered]] [[WeaponForIntimidation death machine]] often depicted ripping enemy battlemechs limb from limb. Its skull-faced visage is part of the logo for the 2018 ''VideoGame/{{Battletech}}'' video game, [[spoiler:with the story mode itself featuring an SLDF Atlas II as [[TheHero Kamea's]] second 'mech.]]

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** Following the "Warhammer" being taken out of official artwork, the duty of official mascot of franchise material set before the introduction of the Clans (such as the Star League and Succession Wars era) became the AS7-D [=AS7-D=] "Atlas" assault battlemech, Battlemech, a massive [[SkullForAHead skull-faced]], [[ShouldersOfDoom broad-shouldered]] [[WeaponForIntimidation death machine]] often depicted ripping enemy battlemechs limb from limb. Its skull-faced visage is part of the logo for the 2018 ''VideoGame/{{Battletech}}'' video game, [[spoiler:with the story mode itself featuring an SLDF Atlas II as [[TheHero Kamea's]] second 'mech.]]

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