List of fictional rabbits and hares

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This is a list of fictional rabbits and hares. Fantasy hybrids such as Jackelopes do not apply.

Literature[edit]

Name Specie(s) Work Author Notes
Babbitty Rabbitty Rabbit The Tales of Beedle the Bard J. K. Rowling
Basil Stag Hare Hare Redwall & Mattimeo Brian Jacques Basil gave himself the middle name "Stag" because he greatly admired that animal. Basil is a bit eccentric, but an excellent fighter.
Benjamin Bunny Rabbit The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, The Tale of Mr. Tod Beatrix Potter Son of Old Mr. Bouncer, Peter Rabbit's cousin and eventually Flopsy's husband and father of six bunnies.
Bigwig Rabbit Watership Down Richard Adams The largest, bravest rabbit of the group who escape destruction at the Sandleford warren, he is "bluff and tough."[1] While helping to defend the rabbits' new home at Watership Down from an invasion, he famously delivers the line, "My Chief Rabbit has told me to defend this run and until he says otherwise I shall stay here." Bigwig matures over the course of the novel[2] and saves Watership Down because he "used cunning as well as his strength" in the climactic battle.[3]
Bionic Bunny Rabbit Arthur Marc Brown Also appears in various Arthur episodes as Arthur's favourite TV show character.
Br'er Rabbit Rabbit Uncle Remus Joel Chandler Harris
Bunnicula Rabbit Bunnicula: A Rabbit-Tale of Mystery Deborah and James Howe
Mr. Bunnsy Rabbit The Amazing Maurice and His Educated Rodents Terry Pratchett
Bunny Queen Janet Rabbit Voyage to the Bunny Planet Rosemary Wells The queen of the Bunny Planet, who helps poor rabbit children in distress who have a bad day.
Buster Baxter Rabbit Arthur Marc Brown A white anthropomorphic rabbit who is Arthur's best friend and has an obsession with aliens.
Cecily Parsley Rabbit Cecily Parsley's Nursery Rhymes Beatrix Potter
Cottontail Rabbit The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes Dubose Heyward Mother of twenty-one bunnies who is picked to be an Easter Bunny and is given the little golden shoes so as to deliver a very special Easter egg to a sick child
E. Aster Bunnymund Rabbit The Guardians of Childhood William Joyce
Edward Tulane Rabbit The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane Kate DiCamillo
Fierce Bad Rabbit Rabbit The Story of a Fierce Bad Rabbit Beatrix Potter A bad tempered rabbit who ends up losing his whiskers and tail.
Fiver Rabbit Watership Down Richard Adams An undersized rabbit who can occasionally foretell the future - a "small mystical rabbit, a kind of Cassandra"[4] - he saves the lives of a dozen rabbits from the Sandleford warren, one from Cowslip's warren, and several more from Efrafa. He is listed among "The 50 Best Animated Movie Characters" by Empire magazine[5] and has been compared by some critics with oracular characters in the Lost television series.[6]
Flopsy Rabbit The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, The Tale of Mr. Tod Beatrix Potter One of Peter Rabbit's sisters and eventually Benjamin's wife and mother to six bunnies.
Flopsy Bunnies Rabbits The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, The Tale of Mr. Tod Beatrix Potter Benjamin and Flopsy's six children.
God Rabbit When God Was a Rabbit Sarah Winman
Grandfather Bunny Rabbit The Country Bunny and the Little Gold Shoes Dubose Heyward Lives in the Palace of Easter Eggs and is responsible for picking the five kindest, swiftest, and wisest rabbits or hares as Easter Bunnies.
Harvey Pooka Harvey (play)

Harvey (film)

Mary Chase Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen (and presumably imaginary) friend Harvey — whom Elwood describes as a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall pooka resembling an anthropomorphic rabbit. (from Irish/Celtic mythology)
Hazel / Hazel-rah Rabbit Watership Down Richard Adams Hazel becomes the "Chief Rabbit" of a group who flee from a disaster and create a new home on a hill called Watership Down; the group includes Fiver, Bigwig, Blackberry, Dandelion, Pipkin, Silver, Holly, Bluebell, Speedwell, Hawkbit, Buckthorn, Acorn and many others. Hazel is loyal to all of the rabbits in his new clan; he is a "courageous pioneer;"[7] and he is willing both to accept responsibility for his decisions and to trust his friends to make good decisions of their own.[8]
Jack Hare Hare Masquerade Kit Williams
Lille Skutt Rabbit Bamse Rune Andréasson Given the name "Little Frisky" in English.
Lily Rabbit Cookie Jacqueline Wilson
Little Georgie Rabbit Rabbit Hill Robert Lawson
Little Grey Rabbit Rabbit Little Grey Rabbit Alison Uttley A modest busybody, who enjoys her work and cares for her two friends Hare and Squirrel.
Lively Little Rabbit Rabbit The Lively Little Rabbit Ariane A playful young rabbit who gets tangles with a hungry mean weasel, befriends a red squirrel and owl and with all his friends and family, drive out the weasel.
March Hare Hare Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll Equally as mad as the hatter and also believes it is always tea-time.
Max Rabbit Max and Ruby Rosemary Wells Ruby's little brother, who usually says one word or sentence in each book and seems to arouse problems for Ruby and her friends.
Miffy Rabbit Miffy Dick Bruna
Nutbrown Hares Hares Guess How Much I Love You Sam McBratney A father hare and his son who spend a lot of time playing together throughout the seasons.
Pantoufle Imaginary Rabbit Chocolat (novel)

Chocolat (film)

Joanne Harris (novel)

Robert Nelson Jacobs (screenplay)

In the novel, Anouk Rocher, daughter of the protagonist Vianne, is a precocious child, who often plays with her imaginary friend, a rabbit named Pantoufle (French for 'slipper'; pronounced pon-toof-eh). (the eponymous film changed the animal type to a kangaroo)
Pat Rabbit Pat the Bunny Dorothy Kunhardt
Peter Cottontail Rabbit Peter Cottontail Thornton Burgess A prominent character in the "Old Mother West Wind" series, in some books known as Peter Rabbit.
Peter Rabbit Rabbit The Tale of Peter Rabbit, The Tale of Benjamin Bunny, The Tale of The Flopsy Bunnies, The Tale of Mr. Tod Beatrix Potter Flopsy's brother and Benjamin Bunny's cousin.
Pupu Tupuna Rabbit Pupu Tupuna Pirkko Koskimies
Rabbit Rabbit Hurry Up, Franklin Paulette Bourgeois A jolly, somewhat goofy Eastern cottontail individual and the best long jumper in the class.
Rabbit Rabbit Winnie-the-Pooh A. A. Milne He is a good friend of Winnie-the-Pooh. He is always practical and keeps his friends on their toes, although they sometimes raise his ire unintentionally.
Ralph Rabbit Bunny Trouble Hans Wilhelm A bunny who loves soccer over the others' Easter traditions. Followed by sequels Bad, Bad Bunny Trouble and More Bunny Trouble
Responsible Rabbit Rabbit Sweet Pickles Ruth Lerner Perle, Jacquelyn Reinach, and Richard Hefter The town's banker, who never seems to deviate from his constantly busy schedule.
Roger Rabbit Rabbit Who Censored Roger Rabbit? Gary Wolf A comic striped rabbit who was censored/murdered, thus preventing him from having his own strip.
Ruby Rabbit Max and Ruby Rosemary Wells Max's big sister who spends most of her time keeping an eye on Max and trying to keep him out of trouble. Despite Max's persistence she is very patient with him.
Runny Babbit Rabbit Runny Babbit Shel Silverstein
Serena Hare The Little White Horse Elizabeth Goudge Maria saved her from the Men from the Dark Woods.
Uncle Wiggily Rabbit Uncle Wiggily Howard R. Garis An engaging elderly rabbit, lame from rheumatism and targeted by many predators.
Velveteen Rabbit Rabbit The Velveteen Rabbit Margery Williams A plushy toy rabbit that is transformed into a real rabbit by love and care from his owner.
White Rabbit Rabbit Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Lewis Carroll A rabbit wearing a waistcoat and a pocket watch. Has an important appointment with the Duchess and later serves as the Queen of Heart's herald.

Video media[edit]

Film[edit]

Name Specie(s) Film Notes
Alec Azam Rabbit Presto Magician's assistant who is more interested in carrots.
Bean Bunny Rabbit The Tale of the Bunny Picnic A rabbit who is pretty overlooked by others until he saves everyone from the farmer's dog.
E. Aster Bunnymund (Bunny) Unspecified, likely Púca Rise of the Guardians 6'1" humanoid rabbit, Guardian of Hope
E.B. Rabbit Hop The titular character who has very different passion in drumming as opposed to his family's Easter traditions.
Frank Rabbit Donnie Darko The 7-foot-tall (2.1 m) apocalyptic rabbit.
Hartley Hare Hare Pipkins
Harvey Púca Harvey
Mimzy Rabbit The Last Mimzy The stuffed rabbit that enhances the intelligence of the kids playing with it.
The Rabbit of Caerbannog Rabbit Monty Python and the Holy Grail A killer rabbit. Adopted as the Vorpal Bunny into many Dungeons & Dragons scenarios.
Sundry Bunnies Rabbit Jean de Florette Central to the plot.
Trudy Rabbit Local Hero

Television[edit]

Name Specie(s) Film Notes
Assoud Rabbit Tomorrow's Pioneers An aggressively anti-Semitic rabbit.
Benny Rabbit Rabbit Sesame Street
Mr. Bunny Rabbit Rabbit Captain Kangaroo
Mr. Floppy Rabbit Unhappily Ever After
Greg Rabbit Greg the Bunny
Mixy Rabbit The Ferals A simple-minded, but affectionate pink rabbit and one of the four gang members of the Ferals.
Rapid T. Rabbit Rabbit Rapid T. Rabbit and Friends An independently produced children's puppet show.

Animation[edit]

Name Specie(s) Origin Notes
Ace Bunny Rabbit Loonatics Unleashed Descendant of Bugs Bunny. Before the meteor hit the city, Ace worked a stunt rabbit in the movies.
Alice Baskerville Rabbit Pandora Hearts Aka Bloodstained Black Rabbit, B-Rabbit for short. The most powerful chain in the Abyss.
Anais Watterson Rabbit The Amazing World of Gumball A pink girl rabbit main character and the little sister of Gumball Watterson.
Angel Rabbit My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Fluttershy's pet rabbit
Babs Bunny Rabbit Tiny Toon Adventures She co-stars frequently with Buster. She represents the crazy and maniac side of Bugs Bunny and her constant changes of attire and her imitations of fellow characters is a homage to the tendency of Bugs Bunny to disguise himself to fool other characters.
Beehonie Rabbit Kissyfur
Bellflower Family Rabbits Bellflower Bunnies The family consists of Poppy, Violette, Periwinkle, Mistletoe, Dandelion, their father Papa Bramble and their mother Aunt Zinia.
Boingo Rabbit Hoodwinked! A conniving rabbit, innocent at first sight, who is the Goodie Bandit out to steal Granny's recipes.
Br'er Rabbit Rabbit Song of the South
Brother Rabbit Rabbit Coonskin
Bucky O'Hare Hare Bucky O'Hare and the Toad Wars
Bugs Bunny Rabbit or Hare (sometimes) Looney Tunes & Merrie Melodies
Buster Bunny Rabbit Tiny Toon Adventures The Main Character of the show. Buster resembles the intrepid and intelligent side of Bugs Bunny, sometimes being incredibly ingenious compared to his mentor.
Crusader Rabbit Rabbit Crusader Rabbit
Cuddles Rabbit Happy Tree Friends A yellow bunny with pink cheeks who inexplicably wears pink bunny slippers. His white fluffy curly hair tuft and cotton tail look exactly the same. His ears also move to match how he feels. For example, if he's happy, they'll stay up, and when he's upset, they'll drop. Cuddles is one of the main characters in the series.
Dark Bunny Rabbit Arthur Bionic Bunny's dark, scary, nocturnal counterpart comparable to Batman.
E. Aster Bunnymund Pooka Rise of the Guardians
Hare-ham Hare Monster Rancher
Mr. Herriman Rabbit Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends
Hutch Rabbit Wallace and Grommit's The Curse of the Were Rabbit A rabbit who develops human speech and Wallace's personality after an experiment accident. Thought to be the wererabbit at first.
Io Rabbit Jewelpet A brown Holland Lop rabbit who symbolizes refreshment and wears a purple bow tie.
Iyo Rabbit Animal Yokochō
Jack Bunny Rabbit Merrie Melodies A rabbit spoof of Jack Benny, from three shorts, Goofy Groceries, I Love to Singa and Slap Happy Pappy.
January Q. Irontail Rabbit Here Comes Peter Cottontail, Here Comes Peter Cottontail: The Movie
Jumpy Ghostface Rabbit Hero: 108
Kanoko Rabbit Sweet Valerian
Kate Rabbit Sweet Valerian
Kockásfülű nyúl Rabbit Kockásfülű nyúl
Lexi Bunny Rabbit Loonatics Unleashed
Lola Bunny Rabbit Space Jam Bugs Bunny's significant other.
Luna Rabbit Jewelpet A pink and yellow Netherland Dwarf rabbit who symbolizes charm improvement. She wears a blue bow on her head and a necklace shaped like a blue crescent moon.
Momiji Rabbit Fruits Basket A boy cursed to turn into a rabbit whenever he is touched by a female.
My Melody and Kuromi, Sanrio Rabbits Onegai My Melody (おねがいマイメロディ?)
Oswald Rabbit Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
Pogoriki Rabbit Gogoriki
Pop Rabbit Sweet Valerian
Princess Vi Rabbit Samurai Pizza Cats
Rabbit Rabbit Skunk Fu
Rancid Rabbit Rabbit CatDog
Randy Rabbit Rabbit Garfield Gets Real
Rapid Rabbit Rabbit Looney Tunes (Quick Brown Fox and Rapid Rabbit)
Richard Watterson Rabbit The Amazing World of Gumball
Ricochet Rabbit Rabbit Ricochet Rabbit & Droop-a-Long
Robert Rabbit The Adventures of the American Rabbit
Rosie Rabbit Paboo & Mojies A white girl rabbit who wears a rainbow colored bow on her head and is the best friend of Paboo the panda.
Ruby Hare Jewelpet A White Japanese Hare who symbolizes courage and wears a pink and red cherry blossom on her head. She also wears a necklace shaped like a pair of red cherries. One of the three main characters of the series.
Shirousa and Kurousa Rabbits Sugarbunnies
Skipper and Bluebell Rabbits Chucklewood Critters
Stampy Rabbit Beast Wars Neo
Swift Heart Rabbit Rabbit Care Bears One of the Care Bear Cousins. She has blue fur and her tummy symbol is a pink or red heart with white or pale blue wings.
Thumper Rabbit Bambi
Tuzki Rabbit Tuzki
Untalkative Bunny Rabbit Untalkative Bunny
Usahara Rabbit Damekko Dōbutsu An aggressive, chain-smoking rabbit.
Usajii Rabbit Domo An elderly rabbit.
Ushagi-san Rabbit Kobato. The messenger of God who takes the form of a silent plush rabbit with wings and carries messages in the form of a flower.
Mr. Whiskers Rabbit Brandy and Mr. Whiskers
Yin and Yang Rabbits Yin Yang Yo! Crimefighting rabbits trained by a panda named Master Yo.
Yoyo Rabbit Hoops & Yoyo A green rabbit. He is excitable and prone to mistakes.
Zayats Hare Nu, pogodi!
Zombunny Rabbit Dr. Zitbag's Transylvania Pet Shop A dumb, motionless rabbit.

Comics[edit]

Name Specie(s) Origin Notes
3 Rabbit We3 Also known as Pirate
Billy Bunny Sr. Rabbit Over the Hedge An associate of Hammy Sammy Squirrel whose interests are Catholicism and extreme sports. He also has a son.
Binky Binkenstein Rabbit Life in Hell A chronically embittered rabbit employed as an author.
Bobo Rabbit Bobo A nine year old blue rabbit.
Bongo Binkenstein Rabbit Life in Hell A one-eared rabbit teenager who is Binky's son.
Boss Rabbit Rabbit Dragon Ball Also known as Monster Carrot. A mafia boss whose touch can turn people into carrots.
Bun-Bun Rabbit Sluggy Freelance A psychotic rabbit with a switchblade.
Bunnista Rabbit Minimum Security The one-eyed cosmetic-testing victim.
Bunnie Rabbot Rabbit Sonic the Hedgehog (Archie Comics) Based on the same character from the Sonic the Hedgehog (SatAM) cartoon series.
Bunny Rabbit Bunny
Bun Rab Rabbit Pogo an enthusiastic white rabbit with a drum and drum-major hat who often accompanies P. T. Bridgeport and likes to broadcast news in the manner of a town crier.
Buster Bunny Rabbit Buster Bunny A comic-book character from the 1940s and '50s by Standard Comics.
Captain Carrot Rabbit Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew! Leader of the "funny-animal" superhero group.
Coelho Caolho Rabbit Lionel's Kingdom Wears glasses and lives under the ground, on a burrow filled with his uncountable children.
Cutey Bunny Rabbit Army Surplus Komikz Cutey Bunny (a.k.a. "QT Bunny" for short) is secretly Cpl. Kelly O'Hare, a special agent for the United States, based in Washington, D.C. and employed by an unspecified branch of the United States Armed Forces.
Frederick Dickinson Rabbit (transformed human) Judecca A man in hell transformed into a rabbit for his sins. Works as a bookkeeper.
Hodge-Podge Rabbit Bloom County He is politically conservative and fanatical about various issues, despite the fact that he is extremely ignorant about those same issues.
Honey Bunny Rabbit Acorn Green
Honey Bunny Rabbit Bugs Bunny comic book Bugs Bunny's girlfriend.
Hoppy the Marvel Bunny Rabbit Marvel Family A pink bunny rabbit who lives in the town of Funny Animalville. One day he decides to emulate his hero Captain Marvel and speaks the magic word "Shazam!". Surprisingly, the magic word transforms Hoppy into Captain Marvel Bunny.
Jack and Jill Rabbits Funny Bunnies
Jack Rabbit Jack
Jimmy Rabbit Chronicles of Wormwood
Happy Bunny Rabbit It's Happy Bunny An antisocial rabbit once-commonly found on girls' shirts, stickers, and other merchandise.
Kevin Dewclaw Rabbit Kevin and Kell
Lord Big Rabbit Rabbit Monica's Gang
Mashimaro Rabbit Mashimaro A Korean fictional character who resembles a fat rabbit
Max Rabbit Sam & Max Described as a 'hyperkinetic rabbity thing'.
Miyamoto Usagi Rabbit Usagi Yojimbo
Mell Rabbit Wish me mell The main protagonist of Sanrio's Wish me mell series. She is a white bunny with a rainbow-colored tail.
Mr. Bun Rabbit Calvin and Hobbes Susie's stuffed rabbit.
Mokona Modoki Rabbit Magic Knight Rayearth, xxxHolic, Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle A magical rabbit-like being who is the mascot of the manga artist team CLAMP.
Momiji Rabbit Fruits Basket A boy cursed to turn into a rabbit whenever he is touched by a female.
Nailbunny Rabbit Johnny the Homicidal Maniac
Panku Ponk Rabbit Panku Ponk An oversized bunny.
Samson Rabbit Monica's Gang
Schnuffel Rabbit Created by Jamba! appearing in ringtones and songs, notably "Kuschel Song"
Sheba Jones Rabbit Life in Hell An easily irked yuppie executive rabbit and Binky Binkenstein's girlfriend.
Super Rabbit Rabbit Super Rabbit
Warren Strong Rabbit The funny animal version of Tom Strong.
Wonder Wabbit Rabbit Just'a Lotta Animals

Video games[edit]

Name Specie(s) Origin System(s) Notes
Alice Rabbit Bloody Roar Arcade, Playstation, Playstation 2, GameCube, Xbox
Amber Rabbit Armello Windows, Mac, Linux, iOS Chosen hero of the Rabbit clan and treasure-seeker.
Badd Bunny Rabbit The Radioactive Chicken Heads in: Badd Bunny Breakout PC (Windows) A normal rabbit mutated into a ten-ton beast by radiation. Badd Bunny is the primary antagonist in the fictional backstory for the comedy punk band The Radioactive Chicken Heads, and regularly appears as part of their stage shows.
Bianca Rabbit Spyro: Year of the Dragon PlayStation An apprentice magician who wears a maroon cape. She works for the Sorceress and steals dragon eggs, but after realising she'll kill the hatchlings, defects to help Spyro.
Bonnie Bunny Animatronic Rabbit Five Nights at Freddy's Windows,iOS,Android A lavender colored animatronic bunny, in which you must fend off in order to survive the night shift at the fictional family restaurant known as Freddy Fazbear's Pizza.
Bunston (Rampa) Rabbit The Legendary Starfy Nintendo DS
Cream the Rabbit Rabbit Sonic Advance 2 Game Boy Advance
Eva Earlong Jackrabbit Jazz Jackrabbit MS-DOS The Princess of the planet Carrotus.
Fluffy Fluffy Bun Bun Rabbit Toonstruck MS-DOS, Windows, Macintosh The sugar-sweet rabbit of Cutopia, whose job is to be the 'cutest rabbit in the whole wide world'. However, she is not all that she seems. Voiced by Tress MacNeille.
Harvey Stuffed Rabbit Edna & Harvey: The Breakout Windows, Mac, Linux, Steam A pyromaniac stuffed rabbit who helps his owner Edna.
Hikaru and Akane Rabbit Girl Parodius SNES, Sega Saturn, Playstation
Hopsalot Rabbit JumpStart Kindergarten. PC (Windows, Macintosh) Also called Mr. Hopsalot and Hops.
Jazz Jackrabbit Jackrabbit Jazz Jackrabbit MS-DOS A green space jackrabbit who wears a red bandana and is armed with an LFG9000.
Kung Fu Bunny Rabbit Brutal: Paws of Fury Mega Drive/Genesis, SNES, Amiga, Amiga CD32, Sega Man-CD, DOS, Sega 32X
Lori Jackrabbit Jackrabbit Jazz Jackrabbit 2: The Secret Files Microsoft Windows, Mac OS
MIPS Rabbit Super Mario 64 Nintendo 64 A golden rabbit found in the castle's basement. Named after the Nintendo 64's CPU type.
Palne Taguel Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo 3DS Yarne's mother.
Rabbid Rabbit Raving Rabbids Android, Game Boy Advance, iOS, Nintendo 3DS, Nintendo DS, Playstation 2, Wii, Wii U, Windows, Windows Phone, Xbox 360 Crazy rabbits created for the Rayman spin-off franchise.
Reader Rabbit Rabbit Reader Rabbit Apple II, MS-DOS, Macintosh A greyish blue rabbit.
Redmond Rabbit Whiplash PlayStation 2, Xbox Serves as Spanx's weapon and tool in the gameplay and as a result, complains a lot.
Peppy Hare Hare Star Fox
Reisen Udongein Inaba Rabbit Imperishable Night A Lunar rabbit Youkai and a boss.
Shara Viera Final Fantasy Tactics Advance Game Boy Advance Shara is an archer/sniper and member of the Viera, a rabbit-like people with long ears and supple limbs. She is the partner of Ritz Malheur, who has access to all the equipment and weapons of the Viera. Not much is known about her past, but she convinces Ritz to keep her natural white hair, which she is ashamed of, saying that white hair is considered a blessing among the Viera. Shara has primarily high Attack and speed but low HP and MP, and she uses the special ability Sharpshoot.
Spaz Jackrabbit Jackrabbit Jazz Jackrabbit 2 Microsoft Windows, Mac OS
Tewi Inaba Rabbit Imperishable Night The Rabbit of Good Fortune. See also Hare of Inaba.
Turner Rabbit Lugaru AmigaOS 4, AROS, Linux, Windows, Mac OS X A rabbit warrior who sets on a quest for revenge against "The Raiders".
Miyamoto Usagi Rabbit Samurai Warrior: The Battles of Usagi Yojimbo
Vanilla the Rabbit Rabbit Sonic Advance 2 Game Boy Advance Cream's mother.
Vibri Rabbit Vib-Ribbon
Yarne Taguel Fire Emblem: Awakening Nintendo 3DS Palne's son from the future.
Yumigami Celestial brush god Okami Playstation 2, Nintendo Wii, Playstation 3 Yumigami (弓神?; God of the Bow) is the Celestial brush god of the moon. She is depicted as a rabbit with a mochi-pounding mallet, and her constellation is found in Agata Forest after saving Ume from Whopper.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Somerville, Christopher (2012). "Pilgrimage to Watership Down". In Stephen Moss. The Hedgerows Heaped with May: The Telegraph Book of the Countryside. London: Daily Telegraph. ISBN 9781845138431. 
  2. ^ Hauerwas, Stanley (2001). The Hauerwas Reader. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. p. 188. ISBN 978-0822326915. 
  3. ^ Hauerwas, Stanley (2001). The Hauerwas Reader. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. p. 196. ISBN 978-0822326915. 
  4. ^ Anderson, Celia Catlett (Spring 1983). "Troy, Carthage, and Watership Down". Children's Literature Association Quarterly (Project MUSE) 8 (1): 12. Retrieved November 21, 2014. 
  5. ^ Empire (2010). "The 50 Best Animated Movie Characters". Empire magazine. Retrieved November 21, 2014. 
  6. ^ Porter, Lynnette R.; Lavery, David; Robson, Hillary (2009). Lost's Buried Treasures (2nd ed.). Naperville, Illinois: Sourcebooks, Inc. p. 40. ISBN 9781402246234. Watership Down's Fiver seems to have a sixth sense; his dreams often provide knowledge of current or future events. Several Lost characters act like Fiver at times: Locke follows his visions ... Charlie becomes motivated by his dreams ... Desmond, however, becomes a true 'Fiver' in Season Three when he glimpses pieces of the future... 
  7. ^ Rennison, Nick; Andrews, Stephen E. (2009). 100 Must-read Fantasy Novels. 9781408114872: A and C Black Publishers. p. 1. 
  8. ^ Hauerwas, Stanley (2001). The Hauerwas Reader. Durham, NC: Duke University Press. p. 192. ISBN 978-0822326915.