Made-Up Strong Bad Animals
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Monstrosity is the first animal Strong Bad imagines himself as. Its defining features include:
- Segmented Eyes
Although Strong Bad mentions these, it doesn't appear to have:
- Power Doors
- 15 Year Drivetrain Warranty
Monstrosity bubbles a green froth when it tries to speak due to its proboscis.
 Deep Sea Fangly Fish
The second attempt at a Strong Bad animal is rendered in Powered by The Cheat style. It comes fully equipped with Christmas lights all over, and a back deck (for dinner and dancing). Strong Bad originally envisioned himself dancing with Baby Styles on this back deck, until he realized that he was already the fangly fish. Instead of a dangling bioluminescent light, its lure is a Homestar Runner head, which tries to attract prey with promises of free puppies, ginger snaps, and Pocket PCs. Somehow, the lure seems to be the brains of this operation, though it is only as articulate as one would expect from a Powered by The Cheat Homestar Runner. This is designed after a species of Anglerfish.
 Da Huuuuuudge
- Main Article: Da Huuuuuudge
 The Red Steckled Elbermung
This is a red gastropod-like animal with a pattern like Strong Bad's mask around its eyes and huge lips, displayed as an illustration in a children's book. It seems to have hair growing on its back. As Strong Bad reconsiders the creature, it is accompanied by targeted captions shooting down its salient features with a "no".
 El Pardack
This is a stodgy creature with one arm resembling Senor Cardgage's. Its other arm is a soolnd with three toes. It says "what the?", as Strong Bad dismisses it as a "nasty blob thing". The style in which El Pardack is drawn somewhat resembles that of Biscuitdoughhandsman.
 Stnank and Grumberto
Two animals that were to be used in animal, but didn't make it.
The name "Stnank" was eventually used in the email do over, though it was not used as any kind of made-up animal. Strong Bad made up the word to describe a mild mistake that would be worthy of re-doing.
- Main article: Sterrance