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22nd Jun '17 1:29:38 PM supergod
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* "Technomancer", is billed as {{Cyberpunk}}, but clearly involves magic.
22nd Jun '17 1:07:40 PM supergod
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* "Technomancer", is billed as {{Cyberpunk}}, but when you see it involves magic, among other things, it's pretty clear that [[CriticalResearchFailure they didn't do the research.]]

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* "Technomancer", is billed as {{Cyberpunk}}, but when you see it clearly involves magic, among other things, it's pretty clear that [[CriticalResearchFailure they didn't do the research.]]magic.
18th May '17 7:54:43 AM WillyFourEyes
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* ''VideoGame/DivineDivinity'' features a distinctly dungeon punk setting, particularly in its latest entry, ''VideoGame/DivinityDragonCommander'', which features airships, turret installations, and various war machines as units.

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* ''VideoGame/DivineDivinity'' features a distinctly dungeon punk setting, particularly in its latest entry, in ''VideoGame/DivinityDragonCommander'', which features airships, turret installations, and various war machines as units.
22nd Oct '16 12:15:24 PM Galacton
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Compare Magitek. See also, DarkFantasy, FantasticNoir, GaslampFantasy, ScienceFantasy and UrbanFantasy.

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Compare Magitek. See also, DarkFantasy, FantasticNoir, GaslampFantasy, ScienceFantasy and UrbanFantasy.
UrbanFantasy. Contrast, MedievalStasis.
22nd Oct '16 12:11:27 PM Galacton
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Compare TheDungAges. See also, DarkFantasy, FantasticNoir, GaslampFantasy, ScienceFantasy and UrbanFantasy.

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Compare TheDungAges.Magitek. See also, DarkFantasy, FantasticNoir, GaslampFantasy, ScienceFantasy and UrbanFantasy.
22nd Oct '16 11:56:31 AM Galacton
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Usually, this takes the maxim [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"]] and turns it on its head. As we get more proficient with the use of magic, it takes on characteristics of technology. We have railroads, but instead of burning coal to work a steam engine, they have a bound air elemental. We have radios, but instead of sending electromagnetic waves across space, they work by sympathetic magic. Instead of fighter pilots, air forces will train {{Dragon Rider}}s.

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Usually, this takes the maxim [[SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic "any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic"]] and turns it on its head. As we get more proficient with the use of magic, it takes on characteristics of technology. We have railroads, but instead of burning coal to work a steam engine, they have a bound air elemental. We have radios, but instead of sending electromagnetic waves across space, they work by sympathetic magic. Instead of fighter pilots, air forces will train {{Dragon Rider}}s.
26th Mar '16 12:00:14 AM Rynnec
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* Likewise, ''VideoGame/DmCDevilMayCry'' has it in the Virility Factory, Mundus corporation, and in Vergil's base:[[LaResistance "The Order"]]. Considering we're dealing with angels and demons, it's no surprise.

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* Likewise, ''VideoGame/DmCDevilMayCry'' has it in the Virility Factory, Mundus corporation, and in Vergil's base:[[LaResistance "The Order"]]. Considering we're dealing with Since most of the dealings of angels and demons, it's no surprise.demons are behind the scenes, the game leans more toward UrbanFantasy and GothicPunk, much like the [[Franchise/DevilMayCry original series]]. [[spoiler:[[BrokenMasquerade At least until the ending]]]].



* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Being ''VideoGame/BlazBlue's'' predecessor, having magic born from science, fantasy creatures and what not, except, if anime tropes are concerned, ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is a [[Main/ShonenDemographic Shonen]], meanwhile ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' is {{Seinen}}, having more cynicism, and less humor, but still has its moments.

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* ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'': Being ''VideoGame/BlazBlue's'' predecessor, having magic born from science, fantasy creatures and what not, except, if anime tropes are concerned, ''VideoGame/BlazBlue'' is a [[Main/ShonenDemographic Shonen]], meanwhile ''VideoGame/GuiltyGear'' is {{Seinen}}, having more cynicism, and less humor, but still has its moments. Magic here comes from an EldritchLocation that, in computer terms, serves as the world's "code". Mankind used magic to create creatures intended to be the next step in evolution (the titular "Gears"). Eventually the project shifted intentions and the gear ended up being used as weapons, one of these Gears rebelled and declared a century long war that formed the backstory of the series. Gears themselves are frequent victims of FantasticRacism, and the co-existence of humans and Gears is part one of the central plots of the story.
28th Feb '16 9:39:19 PM Heckfire
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* ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'', an early 90s pornographic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'', an early 90s pornographic erotic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.
28th Feb '16 9:08:33 PM Heckfire
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* ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'', an 80s pornographic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.

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* ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'', an 80s early 90s pornographic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.
28th Feb '16 8:47:50 PM Heckfire
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* ''ComicBook/Ironwood'', an 80s pornographic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.

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* ''ComicBook/Ironwood'', ''ComicBook/{{Ironwood}}'', an 80s pornographic comic miniseries by ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' creator Creator/BillWillingham, is an OlderThanTheyThink example of the genre.
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