“Don't piss off the maternal”

Films: Grizzly Rage (2007)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Forest

Height/Weight: That of an average grizzly.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Damn kids, always dissing on nature when they have the chance because they're simply not old enough to recognize that they ain't the dominant ones in the woods. Okay, that applies to people of all ages, but damn, does it ever get bothersome? The predators certainly agree...

History: One day in the woods of Saranoc Grotto, a bunch of feckless teens barreled through the 'no trespassing' sign to have a drunken good time. Then they ran over a grizzly cub. Naturally, while some felt just a smidge guilty over it, the rest tried to blow it off. Big mistake, for the mom was not far behind, and was rightfully fueled by vengeance. Now all of them will pay...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Eventually, the survivors manage to trap the bear in a shack, but even that doesn't stop it. Pretty soon, all of the trespassers are taken out by the bear.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 4-Come Hell or high water, this bear WILL see her revenge through. And while most of those kids were grade A a-holes, you can't deny that getting mauled by an actual, non-CGI bear is a horrible way to go.

Trivia: -The maternal instinct of a grizzly bear is something to be envied. Granted, their reproduction rate is the lowest in all of North America, but they make up for it by protecting their cubs (up to two can be conceived by one) with ferocious fervor and not mating for up to two years. Once the cubs leave, the female will still not mate for at least three more years.

-The grizzly was played by a bear named Koda. And get this. In order for him to give off the impression of roaring, his trainer made him smile with marshmallows! The roaring was dubbed afterwards.


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All by a Grizzly, who is also a ninja, apparently.


Death by splatter effects. A most ignoble end.
That's no growl! That's a declaration of hate!

Still better than being held hostage by Mountain Lions.
Clearly, this bear learned from the Prehistoric Grizzly Bear of the 70s.

Boog has finally snapped.

"THIS IS FOR FURRY VENGEANCE! I know it hasn't come out yet, but still!"


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