"Never see THIS at SeaWorld"

Films: Orca (1977)

Alias: None

Type: Natural

Location: Ocean

Height/Weight: That of an average orca.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: Honestly, why do we even think about hunting exotic animals, anymore? How low does your self-esteem have to be to want to kill off the most majestic nature has to offer? Well, either way, if you bring harm to any large animal's family, consider yourself utterly DONE.

History: This orca had a mate and a calf on the way. Or at least he did before a guy tried to kill him for mortgage money, only to end up killing his mate and unborn child instead. Hungry for vengeance, the orca began to trail the man, killing his associates one by one.

Notable Kills: See Final Fate.

Final Fate: The man and the orca eventually confront each other for the last time at the Strait of Belle Isle. The orca ultimately wins out when he flings the man via ice float into another ice float, killing him. The orca soon departs to parts unknown.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 3-It's important to know that this orca was only revolving its entire involvement with humans around just one. But Heaven help you if you're in cahoots with that man. Cause if you are, leave it to this big dolphin to wreck you.

Trivia: -The main orcas in this film were played by mates Nepo and Yaka. Nepo practically earned the role, as he was immensely protective of his mate, and would put himself between her and abusive jealous females (looking at you, Kianu). Unfortunately, Nepo died first, leaving Yaka all alone. And they say this film's tragic.

-Orcas are intelligent, being closely related to dolphins, and can indeed go a little nuts, especially if they're in captivity. Just ask that good old "Blackfish" documentary. It's not for the faint of heart.

Image Gallery

The film, summed up in one big wall of text and picture.

"AUGH! Dang words!"

Still feel high and mighty, mankind?

"STOP...in the name of lo-Oh, GOD! My men are dead!"

And vengeance is blood red.

Blackfish: The Logical Conclusion.
This orca just pulled off a Matrix ending, folks.

One final look before domination.
And he does it again, for good measure.

Uh, guy, that's not badass. That makes me want to call an ambulance.

It was at this moment the hunter realized challenging this being of water in a place filled with breakable ice was a bad idea.