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8th Jul '17 1:31:09 PM CG-Druid
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** Likewise, they also want to kill all the Awakened Beings who are still left. *** The warriornesses can also be themselves awakened, but then they are probably quickly killed by the other warriornesses.

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** Likewise, they also want to kill all the Awakened Beings who are still left. left.
*** The warriornesses can also be themselves awakened, but then they are probably quickly killed by the other warriornesses.
8th Jul '17 1:29:39 PM CG-Druid
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* In ''Manga/{{Claymore}}'', this is probably true for all types of youma. Toward the end of the manga, the organization is defeated, so that no more half-youma warriornesses can be created.
** Without the organization, no new youma will be created, and the warriornesses have decided to have all the youma left, hunt and destroy.
** Likewise, they also want to kill all the Awakened Beings who are still left. *** The warriornesses can also be themselves awakened, but then they are probably quickly killed by the other warriornesses.
** The "Abyss Feeders" have probably been killed during the plot of the manga all or almost all.
** However, this applies only to the island where the plot took place. The organization on the continent can create more youma and half-youma warriors and warriornesses.
* This is in ''Manga/{{Shiki}}'' for the vampires. The anime shows that a village full of vampires could only be created in the country, because humans in the big cities immediately burn the corpses. This makes it very unlikely that the surviving vampires can create a new colony of vampires.


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* So it is also for the alien hybrids in ''Film/{{Species}}''. Although they can cure injuries very quickly, they are very vulnerable to earthly bacteria and viruses.


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** The Tok'ra can not reproduce. Her only symbiont queen has been killed so she can not create a new symbiont. However, from time to time, some Goa'uld have joined the Tok'ra, perhaps one day a new queen is among them.


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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' the ''Seed of Wonder'' [[TheMagicGoesAway were destroyed]] in the comics. This meant that no more vampires could be created, instead the humans were killed by vampires, a kind of zombie vampire. Finally, the ''Seed of Wonder'' [[TheMagicComesBack was restored]], and a new race of vampires emerged. This was much more powerful than the old race. Both the old race of the vampires and the zompires can no longer be created, but only the new race of the vampires.
23rd Jun '17 6:55:18 AM Clare
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* The aufwaders in Robin Jarvis's ''Whitby Witches'' trilogy are under a curse which kills any female of their races who becomes pregnant, unless she takes a special herb to end the pregnancy. Even if the pregnancy is carried to term, both mother and baby will die shortly after the birth, the mother dissolving into a briny sludge (the curse causes its victim's blood to turn into salt water) while the baby crumbles to dust.
As a result only a handful of mostly middle-aged and elderly aufwaders remain, Nelda (one of the main characters in the trilogy) being the only member of their race born since the laying of the curse to survive infancy.

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* The aufwaders in Robin Jarvis's ''Whitby Witches'' trilogy are under a curse which kills any female of their races who becomes pregnant, unless she takes a special herb to end the pregnancy. Even if the pregnancy is carried to term, both mother and baby will die shortly after the birth, birth; the mother dissolving dissolves into a briny sludge (the curse causes its victim's blood to turn into salt water) while the baby crumbles to dust.
dust. As a result only a handful of mostly middle-aged and elderly aufwaders remain, Nelda (one of the main characters in the trilogy) being the only member of their race born since the laying of the curse to survive infancy.
23rd Jun '17 6:53:32 AM Clare
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* The aufwaders in Robin Jarvis's ''Whitby Witches'' trilogy are under a curse which kills any female of their races who becomes pregnant, unless she takes a special herb to end the pregnancy. Even if the pregnancy is carried to term, both mother and baby will die shortly after the birth, the mother dissolving into a briny sludge (the curse causes its victim's blood to turn into salt water) while the baby crumbles to dust.
As a result only a handful of mostly middle-aged and elderly aufwaders remain, Nelda (one of the main characters in the trilogy) being the only member of their race born since the laying of the curse to survive infancy.
11th Jun '17 8:09:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Harlzoids briefly show up in the backstory of ''{{Spacetrawler}}''. They are finished off by food poisoning from an improperly-calibrated food synthesizer.

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* The Harlzoids briefly show up in the backstory of ''{{Spacetrawler}}''.''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}''. They are finished off by food poisoning from an improperly-calibrated food synthesizer.
23rd May '17 1:39:00 PM legendaryweredragon
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* ''VideoGame/RuneScape''. The Mahjarrat is the perfect example, as there are only nine of them confirmed alive, and each one of them is "as powerful as one of your (human) armies".
** It also doesn't help that for them to continue to survive in the world of Runescape, one of them must be sacrificed in a ritual every 500 years, meaning that even if no one manages to kill any of them, they'll still go extinct. It's just a matter of time.
** And only one pure blooded female still exists, and she isn't interested in reproducing.

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* ''VideoGame/RuneScape''. ''VideoGame/RuneScape''.
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The Mahjarrat is the perfect example, as there are only nine of them confirmed alive, and each one of them is "as powerful as one of your (human) armies".
** *** It also doesn't help that for them to continue to survive in the world of Runescape, one of them must be sacrificed in a ritual every 500 years, meaning that even if no one manages to kill any of them, they'll still go extinct. It's just a matter of time.
** *** And only one pure blooded female still exists, and she isn't interested in reproducing.
23rd May '17 1:37:45 PM legendaryweredragon
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** The plot of the quests "The Elder Kiln" and "The Brink Of Extinction" is the player saving the Tzhaar race from going extinct. The Tzhaar are a race of creature made of living volcanic rock that pass their memories to their offspring when they reproduce, but recently they have only been able to create Ga'al, which are TzHaar born without memories, and without the ability to pass their memories to their offspring, they fear that their culture will die. In "The Elder Kiln" they want to try fusing the remains of a dead Tzhaar to a Ga'al to give it memories. This reveals the horrifying truth that dead tzhaar remain [[AndIMustScream conscious and in agony]] when they die and are broken into pieces. In "The Brink Of Extinction" they still want to continue doing this despite being told this horrible truth, and the player has to find and solve the cause of their loss of their ability to pass on their memories. [[spoiler: After the quest is over the player can confront the Tokhaar responsible for taking away the Tzhaar's ability to reproduce normally and he reveals that he was trying to force the Tzhaar to return to the Kiln in order to save them because the Tzhaar are growing weaker with every generation because the transference of memories to their offspring isn't perfect. The Tzhaar were never meant to reproduce or die at all, they are supposed to be melted down and reborn in the Kiln. So even though the player has saved the Tzhaar in the short tern, they are still doomed in the long run if they don't return to the Kiln.]]

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** The plot of the quests "The Elder Kiln" and "The Brink Of Extinction" is the player saving the Tzhaar race from going extinct. The Tzhaar are a race of creature made of living volcanic rock that pass their memories to their offspring when they reproduce, but recently they have only been able to create Ga'al, which are TzHaar born without memories, and without the ability to pass their memories to their offspring, they fear that their culture will die. In "The Elder Kiln" they want to try fusing the remains of a dead Tzhaar to a Ga'al to give it memories. This reveals the horrifying truth that dead tzhaar remain [[AndIMustScream conscious and in agony]] when they die and are broken into pieces. In "The Brink Of Extinction" they still want to continue doing this despite being told this horrible truth, and the player has to find and solve the cause of their loss of their ability to pass on their memories. [[spoiler: After the quest is over the player can confront the Tokhaar responsible for taking away the Tzhaar's ability to reproduce normally and he reveals that he was trying to force the Tzhaar to return to the Kiln in order to save them because the Tzhaar are growing weaker with every generation because the transference of memories to their offspring isn't perfect. The Tzhaar were never meant to reproduce or die at all, they are supposed to be melted down and reborn in the Kiln. Kiln. creation of the Ga'al wasn't something he expected to happen So even though the player has saved the Tzhaar in the short tern, they are still doomed in the long run if they don't return to the Kiln.Kiln, which turns the end of the quest into a DownerEnding if the player finds out about this.]]
23rd May '17 1:32:05 PM legendaryweredragon
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** The plot of the quests "The Elder Kiln" and "The Brink Of Extinction" is the player saving the Tzhaar race from going extinct. The Tzhaar are a race of creature made of living volcanic rock that pass their memories to their offspring when they reproduce, but recently they have only been able to create Ga'al, which are TzHaar born without memories, and without the ability to pass their memories to their offspring, they fear that their culture will die.

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** The plot of the quests "The Elder Kiln" and "The Brink Of Extinction" is the player saving the Tzhaar race from going extinct. The Tzhaar are a race of creature made of living volcanic rock that pass their memories to their offspring when they reproduce, but recently they have only been able to create Ga'al, which are TzHaar born without memories, and without the ability to pass their memories to their offspring, they fear that their culture will die. In "The Elder Kiln" they want to try fusing the remains of a dead Tzhaar to a Ga'al to give it memories. This reveals the horrifying truth that dead tzhaar remain [[AndIMustScream conscious and in agony]] when they die and are broken into pieces. In "The Brink Of Extinction" they still want to continue doing this despite being told this horrible truth, and the player has to find and solve the cause of their loss of their ability to pass on their memories. [[spoiler: After the quest is over the player can confront the Tokhaar responsible for taking away the Tzhaar's ability to reproduce normally and he reveals that he was trying to force the Tzhaar to return to the Kiln in order to save them because the Tzhaar are growing weaker with every generation because the transference of memories to their offspring isn't perfect. The Tzhaar were never meant to reproduce or die at all, they are supposed to be melted down and reborn in the Kiln. So even though the player has saved the Tzhaar in the short tern, they are still doomed in the long run if they don't return to the Kiln.]]
23rd May '17 1:08:24 PM legendaryweredragon
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** The Dragonkin, creator of dragons, has only three individuals, Sakirth, Sithaph and Strisath left. However, they appear to be males...

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** And only one pure blooded female still exists, and she isn't interested in reproducing.
** The Dragonkin, creator of the race that created dragons, has only three individuals, Sakirth, Sithaph and Strisath left. However, they appear to be males...a few individuals remaining. They were based on the Skeksis from ''Film/TheDarkCrystal''.



** Only 15 Skavids and a handful of Aviansie remain on [=RuneScape=].

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** Only 15 Skavids and a handful of remain in Gielinor.
** The
Aviansie remain were believed to have gone extinct during the God Wars until a small army of that that were frozen alive got thawed out, although later it was discovered that a larger population of them survived on [=RuneScape=].their homeworld so they were not dying after all.
** The plot of the quests "The Elder Kiln" and "The Brink Of Extinction" is the player saving the Tzhaar race from going extinct. The Tzhaar are a race of creature made of living volcanic rock that pass their memories to their offspring when they reproduce, but recently they have only been able to create Ga'al, which are TzHaar born without memories, and without the ability to pass their memories to their offspring, they fear that their culture will die.
18th May '17 7:51:39 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* In ''Film/TheDarkCrystal'' there are three dying races: The Skeksis, the Mystics, and the Gelflings. At the start of the movie there are only ten each of the Skeksis & Mystics left; and only one Gelfling.[[spoiler: At the end of the movie both the Skeksis and the Mystics are gone. And only two known Gelflings are left to rebuild the world: Jen and Kira]].

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* In ''Film/TheDarkCrystal'' there are three dying races: The Skeksis, the Mystics, and the Gelflings. At the start of the movie there are only ten each of the Skeksis & Mystics left; and only one Gelfling. [[spoiler: At the end of the movie both the Skeksis and the Mystics are gone. And only two known Gelflings are left to rebuild the world: Jen and Kira]].
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