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* King Rasta Mon in ''Super Saturday Slam Masters''.

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* King Rasta Mon in ''Super Saturday Slam Masters''.''VideoGame/SaturdayNightSlamMasters''.


* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type character inspired by Creator/JasonStatham in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a Wild Man so he was tweaked.

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* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type [[TheMenInBlack Man in Black]]-type character inspired by Creator/JasonStatham in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a Wild Man so he was tweaked.


** Yamakaze who is considered "king of the forest" but has a more [[{{Bishonen}} refined appearance]] and gentle personality.

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** Yamakaze who is considered "king of the forest" but has a more [[{{Bishonen}} refined appearance]] and gentle personality.a deep-down caring personality. Nonetheless, he is a badass, AxCrazy warrior whose battle scenes land squarely into NightmareFuel territory.


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** Yamakaze who is considered "king of the forest" but has a more [[{{Bishonen}} refined appearance]] and gentle personality.

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* Yamawaro from ''[[VideoGame/{{Onmyoji}} Onmyōji]]'' who provides the page image.

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When this character shows up in [=RPGs=], it will often overlap with TheBigGuy trope, but as far as fighters go, this character will usually be the odd looking guy with increased strength/agility and animal-based or generally very melee-based attacks.

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When this character shows up in [=RPGs=], it will often overlap with TheBigGuy trope, but as far as fighters go, this character will usually be the odd looking guy with increased strength/agility and animal-based or generally very melee-based attacks.
attacks, probably TheBerserker.


* A non-video game (but most likely inspired) example is Burk from ''WebComic/APathToGreaterGood'' and it's reboot ''WebComic/HeroOhHero'' He wears nothing but trousers (or GoofyPrintUnderwear after he lost them) and a shaggy head of hair while fighting with GoodOldFisticuffs.

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* A non-video game (but most likely inspired) example is Burk from ''WebComic/APathToGreaterGood'' and it's its reboot ''WebComic/HeroOhHero'' (the latter of which also gives him a better dressed Aristocrat as a foil). He wears nothing but trousers (or GoofyPrintUnderwear after he lost them) and a shaggy head of hair while fighting with GoodOldFisticuffs.

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* A non-video game (but most likely inspired) example is Burk from ''WebComic/APathToGreaterGood'' and it's reboot ''WebComic/HeroOhHero'' He wears nothing but trousers (or GoofyPrintUnderwear after he lost them) and a shaggy head of hair while fighting with GoodOldFisticuffs.


* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type character inspired by JasonStatham in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a Wild Man so he was tweaked.

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* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type character inspired by JasonStatham Creator/JasonStatham in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a Wild Man so he was tweaked.


* King Rasta Mon in Super Saturday Slam Masters.
* The eponymous hero of ''VideoGame/{{Tomba}}''

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* King Rasta Mon in Super ''Super Saturday Slam Masters.
Masters''.
* The eponymous hero of ''VideoGame/{{Tomba}}''''VideoGame/{{Tomba}}!''


* The classic fighting game version is Blanka from ''StreetFighter II'', almost more animal than man.
* Tam Tam from ''SamuraiShodown''; note that he comes complete with CuteMonsterGirl kid sister Cham Cham, who's playable in the second game. As well as being one of the few {{Catgirl}}s who actually has some feline behaviour.

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* The classic fighting game version is Blanka from ''StreetFighter II'', ''VideoGame/StreetFighterII'', almost more animal than man.
* Tam Tam from ''SamuraiShodown''; ''VideoGame/SamuraiShodown''; note that he comes complete with CuteMonsterGirl kid sister Cham Cham, who's playable in the second game. As well as being one of the few {{Catgirl}}s who actually has some feline behaviour.



* Gau in ''FinalFantasyVI''

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* Gau in ''FinalFantasyVI''''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI''



* The eponymous hero of ''{{Tomba}}!''

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* The eponymous hero of ''{{Tomba}}!''''VideoGame/{{Tomba}}''



* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type character inspired by JasonStathem in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a WildMan so he was tweaked.

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* Akihiko Sanada in ''VideoGame/Persona4Arena'' is built off of this archetype. He was [[WhatCouldHaveBeen originally]] going to be a ManInBlack-type character inspired by JasonStathem JasonStatham in ''Film/TheTransporter'', but developers wanted a WildMan Wild Man so he was tweaked.

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