History Main / AllMythsAreTrue

2nd Jul '16 12:36:56 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Franchise/BIONICLE}}'' has made liberal use of this, though most of the myths have been distorted through the ages, and the rest have other things keeping them from being perfectly straight examples:

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* ''{{Franchise/BIONICLE}}'' ''{{Toys/BIONICLE}}'' has made liberal use of this, though most of the myths have been distorted through the ages, and the rest have other things keeping them from being perfectly straight examples:
1st Jul '16 6:29:41 AM Quanyails
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* ''Anime/CastleInTheSky''blends legends and myth with that of biblical events. Muska references the blast from the mystic city of Laputa with that of Sodom and Gomorrah's destruction in the bible.

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* ''Anime/CastleInTheSky''blends ''Anime/CastleInTheSky'' blends legends and myth with that of biblical events. Muska references the blast from the mystic city of Laputa with that of Sodom and Gomorrah's destruction in the bible.
13th Jun '16 12:43:08 PM karlofflugosi
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** Angels? Check. Vampires? Check. Titans? Check. Human representations of the animals in the Chinese calendar? Sure, why the hell not?

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** Angels? Check. Vampires? Check. Titans? Check. Leprechauns? Check. Demons? Check. Genies? Check. Human representations of the animals in the Chinese calendar? Sure, why the hell not?



* Let's not forget ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', where literally everything but Bigfoot, and possibly unicorns, has been confirmed to exist in some shape or form. Makes you feel sorry for the poor bastards who exist in that reality, given how practically every monster, folklore, wives tale, myth and legend either hates humanity or loves to eat humanity.

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* Let's not forget ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', where literally everything but Bigfoot, and possibly unicorns, has been confirmed to exist in some shape or form. Makes you feel sorry for the poor bastards who exist in that reality, given how practically every monster, folklore, wives tale, myth and legend either hates humanity or loves to eat humanity. Angels, demons, werewolves, zombies, gods, ghosts, witches, fairies, ghouls, djinn, shape shifters, hellhounds, banshees, golems, and wendigos amongst others have all had screen time at one point.



* ''Series/{{The Librarians}}'' has its heroes encounter beings from mythology, fairy tales, literature and urban legend. The Minotaur, dragons, a genie, the big bad wolf, Santa, King Arthur's knights, Frankenstein's monster, The Queen of Hearts, Sherlock's nemesis Moriarty and Shakespeare's Prospero have all boasted screen time.

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* ''Series/{{The Librarians}}'' has its heroes encounter beings from mythology, fairy tales, literature and urban legend. The Minotaur, dragons, a genie, Dorian Gray, the big bad wolf, Santa, Santa Claus, King Arthur's knights, a demon, Frankenstein's monster, The Queen of Hearts, Sherlock's nemesis Moriarty and Shakespeare's Prospero have all boasted screen time.
19th May '16 11:00:53 PM narm00
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* Subverted in ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'', where part of being a mage is sorting through which myths are true and which are not. Note that, in this case, "true" probably means "contains a tiny kernel of actual supernatural, historical or cosmic insight which was either implanted or leaked through into the human consciousness", while "not true" probably means "was deliberately fabricated by other mages in order to mislead those who would seek the truth, was deliberately fabricated by other mages in order manipulate the course of human culture, or was just a myth that people came up with".

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* Subverted in ''TabletopGame/MageTheAwakening'', where part of being a mage is sorting through which myths are true and which are not. Note that, in this case, "true" probably means "contains a tiny kernel of actual supernatural, historical or cosmic insight which was either implanted or leaked through into the human consciousness", while "not true" probably means "was deliberately fabricated by other mages in order to mislead those who would seek the truth, was deliberately fabricated by other mages in order to manipulate the course of human culture, or was just a myth that people came up with".
19th May '16 3:16:25 PM TrollMan
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* WordOfGod says ''ComicBook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' deliberately plays on this.

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* WordOfGod says ''ComicBook/TheLeagueOfExtraordinaryGentlemen'' deliberately plays on this.this (it's less that all myths are true, instead that all ''fiction'' is true).
6th May '16 1:47:25 AM narm00
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** In ''Scion'' 1e, however, the Abrahamic god is ultimately a facade for one of the [[OurTitansAreDifferent Titans.]])

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** In ''Scion'' 1e, however, the Abrahamic god is ultimately a facade for one of the [[OurTitansAreDifferent Titans.]])]]
23rd Apr '16 8:00:36 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': About half the time, when it's not parodied to hell and back.
19th Apr '16 7:04:23 PM Trogdor7620
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* ''FanFic/RWBYReckoning'' shows that Adam and Eve were created, not by God, but by an [[AbusivePrecursors oppressive species known only as the Founders]]. Adam grew tired of seeing humankind suffer under their rule, and [[GiveMeLibertyOrGiveMeDeath decided to rebel]]. In the end, Adam and Eve were forced to construct a galactic portal, and escape to an uninhabited planet, armed with an array of Dust crystals.


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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has numerous legends and fairy tales in it's universe. One of which tells the story of four sisters slowly coaxing a bitter old man out of his hut, who subsequently blessed them with incredible power, creating the Seasonal Maidens. Ozpin even states that the existence of the maidens used to be common knowledge, but so many attempts on their lives were made, the constant struggle to hold the power grew too dangerous, and now the only record of their existence is a fairy tale told to children.
9th Apr '16 9:39:08 AM NPCZoey
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* In LightNovel/GodComplex the first chapters alone, it's clear that figures like Jesus, Hera and Freya all exist in the same world. With the premise that sets up THE God as being dead and other pantheons vying for his position, it becomes clear that we'll see many gods from here on out.


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* In LightNovel/GodComplex the first chapters alone, it's clear that figures like Jesus, Hera and Freya all exist in the same world. With the premise that sets up THE God as being dead and other pantheons vying for his position, it becomes clear that we'll see many gods from here on out.
3rd Apr '16 11:04:25 PM RRabbit42
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** {{Word Of God}} from series creator John Rogers is that all the mythologies we've heard of are correct, but maybe not the exact version we've heard, allowing the writers to draw upon all of those for characters to appear in the show.
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