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1st May '16 9:07:07 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Played with in ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo''. The humans built space-colony super-computers that will prove for all the humans' needs, and they ''do'' fulfill their purpose, but is it the be-all and end-all of things?

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* Played with in ''Anime/SoraOKakeruShoujo''.''Anime/TheGirlWhoLeaptThorughSpace''. The humans built space-colony super-computers that will prove for all the humans' needs, and they ''do'' fulfill their purpose, but is it the be-all and end-all of things?
16th Apr '16 11:32:11 AM PaulA
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* In ''Literature/TheBalancedSword'' trilogy, the male lead's patron god, Terian, is said to have once been a mortal man. This sets up the denouement in which [[spoiler:the female lead defeats the Big Bad by ascending to a higher plane of existence and becoming a god herself]].
3rd Apr '16 3:14:47 AM Adept
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* The truth behind [[CrystalDragonJesus Abel]] in ''AnimaBeyondFantasy'' [[spoiler: created by [[AncientConspiracy Imperium]] from the essence of gods killed by them according to WordOfGod, who prepared everything to have him as the center of a [[PathOfInspiration fake religion]] from his birth to his teachings and finally to his death as a martyr, all based on ''ancient legends''.]]

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* The truth behind [[CrystalDragonJesus Abel]] in ''AnimaBeyondFantasy'' ''TabletopGame/AnimaBeyondFantasy'' [[spoiler: created by [[AncientConspiracy Imperium]] from the essence of gods killed by them according to WordOfGod, who prepared everything to have him as the center of a [[PathOfInspiration fake religion]] from his birth to his teachings and finally to his death as a martyr, all based on ''ancient legends''.]]
9th Mar '16 12:06:53 PM Pichu-kun
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* It's never clarified in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' if alicorns are {{Physical God}}s are not however {{fanon}} portrays them as so. Celestia's and Luna's origins are unknown however Cadance was born a pegasus according to a licensed book and Twilight spent her entire life being a unicorn until the season 3 finale. Whether either are immortal depends on the fans interpretation.
24th Feb '16 10:23:47 PM M84
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* In ''Comicbook/TheSandman'', [[spoiler:Daniel Hall]] eventually has his mortality burned away, and the immortal part [[spoiler:becomes the new Dream of the Endless when Morpheus dies.]]


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* In ''Videogame/PillarsOfEternity'', [[spoiler:''all'' of the gods are artificial sentient soul constructs created via animancy by the ancient Engwithans.]]
15th Feb '16 6:48:55 PM Xelloss08
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* In ''Literature/ALandFitForHeroes'', the Sky Dwellers, also known as the Dark Court, are apparently immortal and possess godlike magical powers, but drop the occasional hint that they were once human. [[spoiler:Specifically, that they are characters from the author's previous trilogy, ''Literature/TakeshiKovacs'']].
31st Dec '15 5:49:03 PM Anddrix
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* In the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, the character that best fits this trope is probably the ''High Evolutionary'': he creates an entire planet and [[HollywoodEvolution evolves]] animals into new humans to populate it, as well as spending large periods of time away from his creation and no longer having a human body underneath his armor. However, he's still depressed at times by the presence of {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s out there which are ''way'' more powerful than he is. A more common way is to have a human join an established Pantheon of gods Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}} for example tried to make Comicbook/{{Storm}} the new Asgard god of thunder at one point but these ascensions have a tendency to end up being temporary.

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* In the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, the character that best fits this trope is probably the ''High Evolutionary'': he creates an entire planet and [[HollywoodEvolution evolves]] animals into new humans to populate it, as well as spending large periods of time away from his creation and no longer having a human body underneath his armor. However, he's still depressed at times by the presence of {{Sufficiently Advanced Alien}}s out there which are ''way'' more powerful than he is. A more common way is to have a human join an established Pantheon of gods Selfdemonstrating/{{Loki}} Loki for example tried to make Comicbook/{{Storm}} the new Asgard god of thunder at one point but these ascensions have a tendency to end up being temporary.
23rd Dec '15 12:52:15 PM Nazetrime
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* Saralzar in the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' is set. He was originally human, but used forbidden magic that turned him into a [[LiminalBeing soulless]], but perfected the forbidden magic enough to be able to become its Source. In this setting, any other character that is a Source is a PhysicalGod.

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* Saralzar in the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' is set. He was originally human, but used forbidden magic that turned him into a [[LiminalBeing [[TheUndead soulless]], but perfected the forbidden magic enough to be able to become its Source. In this setting, any other character that is a Source is a PhysicalGod.
23rd Dec '15 12:50:08 PM Nazetrime
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* Saralzar in the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' is set. He was originally human, but used forbidden magic that turned him into a [[LimnialBeing soulless]], but perfected the forbidden magic enough to be able to become its Source. In this setting, any other character that is a Source is a PhysicalGod.

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* Saralzar in the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' is set. He was originally human, but used forbidden magic that turned him into a [[LimnialBeing [[LiminalBeing soulless]], but perfected the forbidden magic enough to be able to become its Source. In this setting, any other character that is a Source is a PhysicalGod.
23rd Dec '15 12:47:36 PM Nazetrime
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* Saralzar in the FictionalVideoGame in which ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' is set. He was originally human, but used forbidden magic that turned him into a [[LimnialBeing soulless]], but perfected the forbidden magic enough to be able to become its Source. In this setting, any other character that is a Source is a PhysicalGod.
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