Greater dog

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Greater Dog is a monster who lives near the edge of Snowdin Forest and acts as the last miniboss before Frisk reaches Snowdin Town. In order to be spared, Greater Dog must be beckoned, pet, played with, and pet two more times. After being spared, Greater Dog will jump out of its suit, revealing itself to only be a regular, normal sized dog wearing a colossal suit of armor before jumping back in and walking off. Unlike the Dogi and Doggo, Greater Dog appears to be incapable of speech, a trait it shares with Lesser Dog.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 8-B, likely 8-A

Name: Greater Dog

Origin: Undertale

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Monster, Sentry, Relatively large dog in a very large suit

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman strength, speed, and durability, Spear proficiency, Homing barks, Soul Manipulation, Can ignore Durability to an extent via SOUL Magic, Danmaku, Resistance to Soul Manipulation (Can take hits at his soul like a normal attack).

Attack Potency: At least City Block level, likely Multi-City Block level (Greater Dog has an attack value of 15, compared to Papyrus' 20)

Speed: Unknown, likely Massively Hypersonic+, possibly much higher (Could keep up with Frisk while thinking they were just playing)

Lifting Strength: Unknown (Greater Dog was capable of casually lifting up all of the snow in the area)

Striking Strength: Unknown

Durability: At least City Block level, likely Multi-City Block level (Greater Dog has a defense value of 8, meaning it would receive a rather large boost to its regular defenses)

Stamina: Slightly above average dog level

Range: Extended melee range with its spear, much farther with homing barks

Standard Equipment: Enormous suit of armor, Spear

Intelligence: Dog level

Weaknesses: Appears to be a normal dog outside its suit. Weak against murder intentions.

Notable Attacks/Techniques:

  • Spear Attacks --  Its dog-faced spear flies from the right of the opponent to the left, flickering from blue to white at short intervals. The white spear must be outrun, but a blue spear can be avoided by remaining perfectly still.
  • Homing Barks --  An Annoying Dog-like canine (possibly Greater Dog itself) lies on the ground, first sleeping but quickly waking and firing off the word BARK upwards in different directions as soon as the opponent moves. If the opponent stays completely still during this attack, the dog will continue its brief sleep without attacking.



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