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  • Coeurl realizes it can feed on humans but plays along in order to learn more about them and their ship.
  • When a human starship arrives on the planet, they find Coeurl but assume it is an unintelligent animal, and even allow it to come on board.
  • Coeurl appear as feline enemies in the Final Fantasy series, usually with enlarged tentacle-like whiskers.
  • In the novel, it is theorized that the members of Coeurl's race were pets or servants of the original inhabitants of the planet.
  • The prowler makes a distinctive "coeurl" sound, described several times as "the prowler coeurled on."
  • The displacer beast in the Dungeons & Dragons role-playing game was inspired by the coeurl, being a large feline with shoulder tentacles.
  • It featured a fierce, carnivorous alien, the coeurl, stalking the crew of an exploration spaceship.
  • The Dirty Pair have a coeurl named Mughi as a sidekick.
  • In the MMORPG Guild Wars 2, colocals are a type of enemy that resembles a coeurl and can be found in various zones across the game world.
  • Coeurl, a starving, intelligent and vicious cat-like carnivore with tentacles on its shoulders, approaches the ship, pretending to be a unintelligent animal, and quickly infiltrates it.
  • The crew suspects the Coeurl did it, and tries to prove it by feeding the creature organically-bound phosphorus similar to that in the victim's bones, but Coeurl is smart enough to pass the test.
  • The Pathfinder Roleplaying Game was able to secure permission for a single use of Van Vogt's original coeurl in the adventure booklet The End of Eternity.
  • The reference to the Coeurl in the first story of the Voyage of the Space Beagle, where the phrase "Coeurl prowled on" occurs, is unmistakable.
  • A combat droid used by the lead character in David Gerrold's novel A Season for Slaughter is similarly catlike and vocalises the word "Coeurl" when it is on standby and awaiting further orders.
  • In the Liar-soft Visual Novel Sekien no Inganock ~ What a Beautiful People, mutated "fantastic humans" whose mutations changed their body parts to those of cats are referred to as "Coeurl."
  • The displacer beast was inspired by the coeurl, a feline-like creature from the 1939 science fiction story "Black Destroyer" by A. E. van Vogt, later incorporated into the novel The Voyage of the Space Beagle (1950).
  • A sentient panther-like species named Coeurl (or Zorl in French editions), with psi capabilities and tentacles coming out of its shoulders, was adapted as the character Mughi (or Mugi) in the anime Dirty Pair.