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17th Jun '18 7:37:47 AM Riccardiccio
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* ''WebVideo/EverymanHYBRID'' pretty much applies this to a number of creepypastas, having [[spoiler: Slender-Man, the Rake, Candle Cove ...]] all being part of their story, in addition to the multiple other Slender-blogs/-vlogs they've crossed over with.
7th Jun '18 12:30:30 AM MagnusForce
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* It's almost a guarantee in the ''Franchise/UltraSeries'' that whenever a myth or legend plays a role in an episode, it is 100% real and involves a {{kaiju}} that will be battled by the series' title Ultra. And about half of the time, the Ultramen themselves are connected to or inspired the myth.
5th Jun '18 6:42:13 PM KrspaceT
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** The third Apollo book mentioned the Babylonian God Marduk and the Samnite god Mefitis.
29th May '18 8:21:53 AM bwburke94
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** There is also the legend of the Sliver-Eyed Warriors. Who are said to have existed before huntsmen and the Kingdoms and were able to strike a Grimm down with a single look. However, very few people are even aware of their existence. [[spoiler:Ruby]] is the only known living one in the show. [[spoiler:She]] involuntary activated [[spoiler:her]] power after seeing [[spoiler:Pyrrha being executed by Cinder]] and in doing so "froze" the Grimm Dragon and severely injuring [[spoiler:Cinder]].

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** There is also the legend of the Sliver-Eyed Warriors. Who are said to have existed before huntsmen and the Kingdoms and were able to strike a Grimm down with a single look. However, very few people are even aware of their existence. [[spoiler:Ruby]] is the only known living one in the show. [[spoiler:She]] involuntary activated [[spoiler:her]] power after seeing [[spoiler:Pyrrha being executed by Cinder]] and in doing so "froze" the Grimm Dragon and severely injuring [[spoiler:Cinder]].
23rd Apr '18 3:29:30 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Film/DCExtendedUniverse'' establishes that Myth/ClassicalMythology is real, with Zeus having created humanity. However, other legends with seemingly no relation also exist in this setting like [[Film/Aquaman2018 underwater kingdom of Atlantis]], South-American gods like the [[Film/SuicideSquad2016 Enchantress and her brother Incubus]], the [[Film/JusticeLeague2017 New Gods of Apokolips]] that attempted to invade Earth millenia ago before being stopped by an alliance between humans, Amazons and Atlanteans, and according to WordOfGod, Native American legends are real too with [[spoiler:one of [[Film/WonderWoman2017 Wonder Woman's companions in World War I]] being actually a demigod from Blackfoot myths]].

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* The ''Film/DCExtendedUniverse'' ''Franchise/DCExtendedUniverse'' establishes that Myth/ClassicalMythology is real, with Zeus having created humanity. However, other legends with seemingly no relation also exist in this setting like [[Film/Aquaman2018 underwater kingdom of Atlantis]], South-American gods like the [[Film/SuicideSquad2016 Enchantress and her brother Incubus]], the [[Film/JusticeLeague2017 New Gods of Apokolips]] that attempted to invade Earth millenia ago before being stopped by an alliance between humans, Amazons and Atlanteans, and according to WordOfGod, Native American legends are real too with [[spoiler:one of [[Film/WonderWoman2017 Wonder Woman's companions in World War I]] being actually a demigod from Blackfoot myths]].
18th Apr '18 4:32:43 AM Hjortron18
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* ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'': Let's see... we have Kanna Kamui (named after an Ainu god) as one of the main characters, [[Myth/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]] and [[UsefulNotes/NorseMythology Fafnir]] are both secondary characters, and Tohru is mentioned to have a beef with Jesus' dad during the ChristmasEpisode. References to dragons from other mythologies are also made in the passing, like Herensuge from Basque mythology.

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* ''Manga/MissKobayashisDragonMaid'': Let's see... we have Kanna Kamui (named after an Ainu god) as one of the main characters, [[Myth/AztecMythology Quetzalcoatl]] and [[UsefulNotes/NorseMythology [[Myth/NorseMythology Fafnir]] are both secondary characters, and Tohru is mentioned to have a beef with Jesus' dad during the ChristmasEpisode. References to dragons from other mythologies are also made in the passing, like Herensuge from Basque mythology.
17th Apr '18 11:33:10 AM KrspaceT
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** ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' adds the Roman Gods as the Greek Gods' alternate personalities.

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** ''Literature/TheHeroesOfOlympus'' adds the Roman Gods as the Greek Gods' alternate personalities.personalities, though it also does confirm something that is truly just a story: the sunken city of Atlantis (at least from the Greek and Roman perspective).



** Teasing in ''Heroes'' and ''Magnus Chase'' also hinted at Aztec gods, which ''Literature/TheTrialsOfApollo'' confirmed.
** In the second ''Apollo'' book, the title character also mentions in passing past experiences where his sun chariot almost struck a Chinese celestial dragon, indicating that Chinese mythology exists in this universe as well. Granny Zhang had made mention of them in passing in Son of Neptune. In the same book a Demigod from an African pantheon also showed up.
** In the first ''Magnus Chase'' book, it is mentioned that Thor once challenged Jesus to a duel, but the latter never showed up. [[RealityIsUnrealisitc This was something that was told in myths at the time as anti-Christian propoganda]].

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** Teasing in ''Heroes'' and ''Magnus Chase'' also hinted at Aztec gods, which ''Literature/TheTrialsOfApollo'' confirmed.
confirmed do exist, even if that is all that said about them.
** In the second ''Apollo'' book, the title character also mentions in passing past experiences where his sun chariot almost struck a Chinese celestial dragon, indicating that Chinese mythology exists in this universe as well. Granny Zhang had made mention of them in passing in Son of Neptune. In the same book a Demigod from an African pantheon also showed up.
up. He also mentions interacting with Indra from Hindu mythology, though due to author statements on the subject and the topics covered in the books it is unclear if it [[Literature/AruShahAndTheEndOfTime is in reference to the version in the Rick Riordan Presents line or not]].
** In the first ''Magnus Chase'' book, it is mentioned that Thor once challenged Jesus to a duel, but the latter never showed up. [[RealityIsUnrealisitc [[RealityIsUnrealistic This was something that was told in myths at the time as anti-Christian propoganda]].propoganda]]. The third book suggested that Celtic Mythology, at least the Irish variant, may also exist.
12th Apr '18 2:13:37 AM Mildegard
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* [[http://icegifts.webcomic.ws/comics/201 Legend of the black iceberg]] in ''Webcomic/GiftsOfWanderingIce''. A fairy tale little kids love so much turns out to be a real story where ancient technology described as magic.
24th Mar '18 2:30:30 PM IdumeanPatriot
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** In the ''Literature/{{Shadowspawn}}'' series, the title beings are the basis for just about every legend of magic or monsters (especially vampires and werecreatures) there is.

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** In the ''Literature/{{Shadowspawn}}'' ''[[Literature/TheShadowspawn Shadowspawn]]'' series, the title beings are the basis for just about every legend of magic or monsters (especially vampires and werecreatures) there is.
24th Feb '18 9:04:04 PM nombretomado
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For the [[SciFiCounterpart scientific counterpart]], see AllTheoriesAreTrue. For the conspiracy nut, there's the ConspiracyKitchenSink. For the video game rumor counterpart, see InfallibleBabble. Someone with the tendency to exclaim "That can't exist!" in one of these settings may suffer from ArbitrarySkepticism.

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For the [[SciFiCounterpart [[JustForFun/SciFiCounterpart scientific counterpart]], see AllTheoriesAreTrue. For the conspiracy nut, there's the ConspiracyKitchenSink. For the video game rumor counterpart, see InfallibleBabble. Someone with the tendency to exclaim "That can't exist!" in one of these settings may suffer from ArbitrarySkepticism.
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