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28th Jun '16 12:01:21 PM sorako
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* [[spoiler:Akise]] of ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' turns out to be one. Luckily he manages to prove his existence as an entity by doing something of his own free will. Even [[{{God}} Deus Ex Machina]] acknowledges it, and he's the one that made him.

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* [[spoiler:Akise]] of ''Manga/MiraiNikki'' ''Manga/FutureDiary'' turns out to be one. Luckily he manages to prove his existence as an entity by doing something of his own free will. Even [[{{God}} Deus Ex Machina]] acknowledges it, and he's the one that made him.
26th Jun '16 4:27:30 PM SpinAttaxx
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** Porygon is living computer data created by Silph Co.. Its evolutions of Porygon2 and Porygon-Z are essentially a software update and a third-party mod.

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** Porygon is living computer data created by Silph Co.. Its evolutions of Porygon2 [=Porygon2=] and Porygon-Z are essentially a software update and a third-party mod.
26th Jun '16 4:26:56 PM SpinAttaxx
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' has Cell, who couldn't be called a human by any means, was a manufactured organism engineered by Dr. Gero by taking genes from each of the Z fighters.
** A straighter example would be the 8-20 series of Artificial Humans Gero created/developed before Cell. However, #17, #18 and #20 (who was Gero himself) were cyborgs.
** That's right, #17 and #18 were normal human twins until Gero messed with them. That's why #18 and Krillin could have a kid so easily. It's not obvious in the English dub because the Japanese word meaning "artificial human", used for both Gero's robots and Gero's cyborgs, was translated as "Android", giving the false impression that #17 and #18 were robots like #16 and #19. Vegeta even has a line in the dub where he says that #18 moves fast "for someone who's made of metal".
*** Note that #20 (Gero) isn't a cyborg in the same sense of #17 and #18. #20 is actually a entirely robotic construct, the same type as #19, except with Gero's {{brain in a jar}} in its head.
** Naturally, ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' lampooned this inconsistency:

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' has ''Anime/DragonBallZ'':
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Cell, who couldn't be called a human by any means, was is a manufactured organism engineered by Dr. Gero by taking genes from each of Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Frieza and King Cold (with the Z fighters.
dub claiming genes from more characters were also used).
** A straighter example would be the 8-20 series of Artificial Humans Gero created/developed before Cell. However, #17, #18 and #20 (who was Gero himself) were cyborgs.
** That's right,
#17 and #18 were normal human twins until Gero messed with them. That's them (hence why #18 and Krillin could have a kid so easily. It's not later on), while #20 (Gero himself) is an entirely robotic construct, except with Gero's {{brain in a jar}} in its head, making those three {{cyborg}}s.
*** #17 and #18's cyborg status isn't
obvious in the English dub because the Japanese word meaning "artificial human", used for both Gero's robots and Gero's cyborgs, was translated as "Android", giving the false impression that #17 and #18 were robots like #16 and #19.#19 (and #8 all the way back in the original ''Manga/DragonBall''). Vegeta even has a line in the dub where he says that #18 moves fast "for someone who's made of metal".
*** Note that #20 (Gero) isn't a cyborg in the same sense of #17 and #18. #20 is actually a entirely robotic construct, the same type as #19, except with Gero's {{brain in a jar}} in its head.
**
Naturally, ''WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged'' lampooned this inconsistency:



** Mewtwo himself in ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'', since Blaine spliced some of his own DNA with Mew's to create him.

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** * In ''Manga/PokemonAdventures'', Mewtwo himself in ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'', is even more of an artificial human, since Blaine spliced some of his own DNA with Mew's to create him.


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* ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'':
** Mewtwo was created by a scientist who genetically engineered a clone of Mew.
** Porygon is living computer data created by Silph Co.. Its evolutions of Porygon2 and Porygon-Z are essentially a software update and a third-party mod.
** Grimer and Muk are said to have been created from a polluted stream by x-rays from the moon.
** Some of Voltorb's Pokédex entries claim it was made when a Poké Ball was exposed to an energy pulse.
** Baltoy and Claydol are said to be figures created by an ancient civilisation, which later came to life via mystical rays.
** Castform was created by Hoenn's Weather Institute to help forecast the weather. Despite that, Castform can have a gender and is capable of breeding.
** Deoxys is an alien virus which, upon contact with a laser beam/Earth's atmosphere, caused it to mutate into a humanoid shape.
** Like Grimer and Muk, Trubbish and Garbodor are said to have been accidentally made when industrial waste and garbage reacted to one another.
** Golett and Golurk are the oldest Pokémon known to have been deliberately made by humans, created by spirits inhabiting artificial constructs to defend villages.
** Genesect was created by cybernetically enhancing a prehistoric Bug Pokémon.
** Magearna is a five-hundred year old robot created by a human of extraordinary genius. They also created its [[HeartDrive Soul-Heart]] by gathering the life energy of other Pokémon.
22nd Jun '16 2:16:08 PM Willbyr
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* The last guardians of the Pyramid in ''{{Yaiba}}'', namely Ruby, Sapphire, Diamond [[spoiler: and Emerald]]. The Platina Company is also apparently working on building the Ultimate Fighter.

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* The last guardians of the Pyramid in ''{{Yaiba}}'', ''Manga/{{Yaiba}}'', namely Ruby, Sapphire, Diamond [[spoiler: and Emerald]]. The Platina Company is also apparently working on building the Ultimate Fighter.
7th Jun '16 8:21:34 PM Monolaf317
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* In the manga ''Minimum'', [[spoiler: the main [[LittlePeople tiny girl]], as well as the main antagonist, turn out be data people.]]
6th Jun '16 11:16:22 AM Morgenthaler
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* R. Daneel Olivaw, Dors Venabili and some other humanoid robots in Creator/IsaacAsimov's Robot and {{Foundation}} series.

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* R. Daneel Olivaw, Dors Venabili and some other humanoid robots in Creator/IsaacAsimov's Robot and {{Foundation}} Literature/{{Foundation}} series.
30th May '16 10:31:11 AM Nopperabo
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** The Vision's body is a [[TemporalParadox temporal duplicate]] of the android Human Torch's body, with some modifications and a different personality. Whatever those modifications were, the Vision is usually depicted as having a lot more inorganic bits than the Torch does.

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** * The Vision's body is a [[TemporalParadox temporal duplicate]] of the android Human Torch's body, with some modifications and a different personality. Whatever those modifications were, the Vision is usually depicted as having a lot more inorganic bits than the Torch does.does.
** In ''ComicBook/TheVision2015'', Vision creates three other synthezoids -- Virginia, Viv, and Vin -- using brain patterns from [[spoiler:Scarlet Witch]].
11th May '16 2:06:51 PM erforce
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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'': Cameron is the most realistic Terminator ever made, capable of crying, eating and even occasional humor. Though often called a RobotGirl, she'll point out that she's a cyborg; living flesh over a metal endoskeleton. Calling her a "very scary robot" [[DeathGlare has been known to bother her...]]

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* ''Series/TheSarahConnorChronicles'': ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'': Cameron is the most realistic Terminator ever made, capable of crying, eating and even occasional humor. Though often called a RobotGirl, she'll point out that she's a cyborg; living flesh over a metal endoskeleton. Calling her a "very scary robot" [[DeathGlare has been known to bother her...]]
5th May '16 1:44:29 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* All furniture in ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' is supposed to be some variant of this, [[spoiler:although with Shannon, Kanon and Genji, this turns out not to be the case]]. In fact, the person who created the term "furniture" in-universe was [[spoiler: Yasu, the original personality of Shannon, Kanon and Beatrice (III), who sees [[AmbiguousGender him/herself]] as less than human due to his/her mutilated sexual organs and inability to have sex as a result.]]

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* All furniture in ''VisualNovel/UminekoNoNakuKoroNi'' ''VisualNovel/UminekoWhenTheyCry'' is supposed to be some variant of this, [[spoiler:although with Shannon, Kanon and Genji, this turns out not to be the case]]. In fact, the person who created the term "furniture" in-universe was [[spoiler: Yasu, the original personality of Shannon, Kanon and Beatrice (III), who sees [[AmbiguousGender him/herself]] as less than human due to his/her mutilated sexual organs and inability to have sex as a result.]]
20th Apr '16 9:11:30 AM Theriocephalus
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Biological, but unnaturally created humans, ranging from "[[OrganicTechnology biological robot]]" to "[[CloningBlues clone]]" to "PlantPerson".

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Biological, Biological but unnaturally created humans, ranging from "[[OrganicTechnology biological robot]]" to "[[CloningBlues clone]]" to "PlantPerson".
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