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17th Sep '17 12:55:58 PM Aspr3
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* The Zephryians in ''Series/SonOfZorn'' are animated humans. They can mate with un-animated humans and have children. Male Zephryian humans have [[spoiler: two penises, two scrotums and a man-womb.]]
29th Aug '17 1:03:58 PM CosmicFerret
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* Common in ''Franchise/MetalGear'':

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20th Aug '17 5:01:49 PM Fireblood
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* In ''Literature/TheBleedingMan'', no one can figure out how titular character keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.

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* In ''Literature/TheBleedingMan'', no one can figure out how the titular character keeps bleeding, or how to stop it.
17th Jul '17 1:58:56 PM LavonPapillon1
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* Humans from ''VideoGame/DarkSouls'' are a race of beings descended from the Furtive Pygmy, who created mankind by sharing fragments of the Dark Soul. Because of this, mankind has an inherent link to the dark, with "Humanity" implied to be fragments of the dark soul watered down over the years and maintaining mankind's human characteristics. When the first flame starts to fade, mankind becomes marked with the darksign, a curse that leaks Humanity out of humans [[spoiler:cursed onto mankind when Gwyn branded the pygmys with fire in hopes of controlling the Dark]] and turning them into the Undead, unable to die and slowly wasting away until they become Hollows. An alternative title for "the Age of Dark" is even called "the Age of Man."
* The people of Yharnam from ''VideoGame/{{Bloodborne}}'' end up turning into werewolves and monsters due to [[spoiler:experimenting with alien blood they found deep in the catacombs under Yharnam]]. The fact that the people of Yharnam were so accepting with the drinking and injection of blood in the first place implies that the humans of this world are vampiric in nature.
16th Jul '17 7:55:54 PM M84
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** The Primaris Marines engineered by Cawl have three additional organs. They have metal coils ( that reinforce their sinews to enhance strength, a brain implant that improves the performance of the other implants (which is actually half of the original God-Maker organ the Emperor used in the creation of the Primarchs -- the plans for the other half were destroyed), and a heart implant that pumps the Primaris Marines full of stimulants when they are on the brink of death to jumpstart repair of bone, muscle, and tissue.

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** The Primaris Marines engineered by Cawl have three additional organs. They have metal coils ( that reinforce their sinews to enhance strength, a brain implant that improves the performance of the other implants (which is actually half of the original God-Maker organ the Emperor used in the creation of the Primarchs -- the plans for the other half were destroyed), and a heart implant that pumps the Primaris Marines full of stimulants when they are on the brink of death to jumpstart repair of bone, muscle, and tissue.
16th Jul '17 7:55:08 PM M84
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** The Primaris Marines engineered by Cawl have three additional organs. They have metal coils ( that reinforce their sinews to enhance strength, a brain implant that improves the performance of the other implants (which is actually half of the original God-Maker organ the Emperor used in the creation of the Primarchs -- the plans for the other half were destroyed), and a heart implant that pumps the Primaris Marines full of stimulants when they are on the brink of death to jumpstart repair of bone, muscle, and tissue.
13th Jul '17 12:08:36 PM Discar
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* The Sebeceans in ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' are [[spoiler: humans decended from SuperSoldiers who were genetically engineered by aliens long ago.]] They have improved physical strength and eyesight (humans are apparently practically blind by the standards of other races) but fewer redundant organs and an extreme ([[FateWorseThanDeath seriously]]) weakness to high temperatures.

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* The Sebeceans in ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' are [[spoiler: humans decended from SuperSoldiers who were genetically engineered by aliens long ago.]] They have improved physical strength and eyesight (humans are apparently practically blind by the standards of other races) but fewer redundant organs and an extreme ([[FateWorseThanDeath seriously]]) weakness to high temperatures.



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* Similar to the Hetalia example above, Aoba from Dramatical Murder has hair with nerve endings in it. [[spoiler:In his backstory, it's revealed that he was born attached to his twin brother from it.]]

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* Similar to the Hetalia example above, Aoba from Dramatical Murder has hair with nerve endings in it. [[spoiler:In his backstory, it's revealed that he was born attached to his twin brother from it.]]

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11th Jul '17 3:39:08 AM Slothgirl
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* In ''[[http://archiveofourown.org/works/10696920/chapters/23692221 Mission's end, mission's beginning]]'', about one in a thousand human males have a mutation referred to as Rutgers XY- [[{{Hermaphrodite}} the development of female reproductive organs alongside the typical (and functional) male equipment]], theorised to have been deliberately introduced to the human genetic code during the [[Franchise/StarTrek Eugenics Wars]] to allow the supermen to breed with [[HomosexualReproduction each other]] or [[TrulySingleParent themselves]] without having to involve inferior specimens. Not all males actually develop said organs fully, and those that do won't necessarily menstruate, but ([[MisterSeahorse as demonstrated by one James T. Kirk]]) that doesn't automatically mean they're infertile. It's still not as weird as some of the BizarreAlienBiology from the franchise itself.
3rd Jul '17 10:05:23 PM troodos
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* [[ComicBook/Batgirl2000 Batgirl's]] blood chemistry is so unusual that the government scientist ordered to analyze it thought he was being pranked. This despite the fact that, according to his analysis, she's entirely human from a genetic standpoint. [[RiddleForTheAges The series never explains this,]] not does it explain her seemingly superhuman prowess beyond a vague "gift" inherited from [[ComicBook/LadyShiva her mother]], despite the before mentioned lack of any superhuman genetics.
7th Jun '17 1:12:32 PM Everdream
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*** Anything can become this when you think about it the right way. The mouth for example? It's a hole in your skull lined with exposed bone (teeth), housing a exposed muscle that is detached at one end (tongue) that people touch with their exposed muscle for pleasure (kissing), and used to put various things inside you. Common examples are the heated-with-fire muscles of animals (cooked meat), flowers heads (broccoli), the ejected and empty "womb" of a bird (eggs), and bug puke (honey).

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*** Anything can become this when you think about it the right way. The mouth for example? It's a hole in your skull lined with exposed bone (teeth), housing a exposed muscle that is detached at one end (tongue) that people touch with their exposed muscle for pleasure (kissing), and used to put various things inside you. you (food). Common examples are the heated-with-fire muscles of animals (cooked meat), flowers flower heads (broccoli), the ejected and empty "womb" of a bird (eggs), and bug puke (honey).
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