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16th May '16 2:23:59 AM Bosco13
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* ''Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgardis based on NorseMythology but in modern times Alfheim and Nidavellir (worlds inhabited by elves and dwarfs respectively), the [[TheMagicGoesAway magic has gone away]] and humans are seen as mythical creatures confines to fairytales and TV shows.

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* ''Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgardis ''Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgard'' is based on NorseMythology but in modern times Alfheim and Nidavellir (worlds inhabited by elves and dwarfs respectively), the [[TheMagicGoesAway magic has gone away]] and humans are seen as mythical creatures confines confined to fairytales and TV shows.
16th May '16 2:23:24 AM Bosco13
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* ''MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard'' is based on NorseMythology but in modern times Alfheim and Nidavellir (worlds inhabited by elves and dwarfs respectively), the [[TheMagicGoesAway magic has gone away]] and humans are seen as mythical creatures confines to fairytales and TV shows.

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* ''MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard'' is ''Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgardis based on NorseMythology but in modern times Alfheim and Nidavellir (worlds inhabited by elves and dwarfs respectively), the [[TheMagicGoesAway magic has gone away]] and humans are seen as mythical creatures confines to fairytales and TV shows.
16th May '16 2:22:15 AM Bosco13
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* ''MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard'' is based on NorseMythology but in modern times Alfheim and Nidavellir (worlds inhabited by elves and dwarfs respectively), the [[TheMagicGoesAway magic has gone away]] and humans are seen as mythical creatures confines to fairytales and TV shows.
27th Apr '16 2:32:37 PM MisterDrBob2
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* Done jokingly in ComicBook/XMen. While in Banshee's ancestral home, the X-Men run into leprachauns. When Wolverine expresses his disbelief in leprachauns, one of them retorts "Well maybe I don't believe in talkin' wolverines!"
14th Jan '16 3:54:45 AM REV6Pilot
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* In some ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfics where humans are mentioned or implied, ponies (except Lyra Heartstrings) regard them as mythical or imaginary creatures.

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* In some a number of ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' fanfics where humans are mentioned or implied, ponies (except Lyra Heartstrings) tend to regard them as mythical or imaginary creatures.creatures. DependingOnTheWriter, even the [[{{Fanon}} widely accepted as]] human-obsessed Lyra Heartstrings is prone to this.
16th Dec '15 3:22:02 PM FF32
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* Humans are so rare in the world of ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'' that the Pokémon living there believe that humans are only found in fairy tales. That is, until the human protagonist arrives in a form of a Pokémon like in past mystery dungeon games.
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* Humans are so rare in the world of ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonGatesToInfinity'' that the Pokémon living there believe that humans are only found in fairy tales. That is, until the human protagonist arrives in a form of a Pokémon like in past mystery dungeon games.
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17th Sep '15 7:11:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* An early portion of ''TheMartianChronicles'' has a martian parent talking to a child, assuring it that there can't be any life on Earth, because of the excessive amounts of oxygen.
* In one of the ''GarrettPI'' novels, the protagonist muses that certain creatures of legend ''don't'' exist in his FantasyKitchenSink world, being allegorical fictions rather than genuine beings. These include fire-breathing dragons, gryphons, and ''ostriches''.

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* An early portion of ''TheMartianChronicles'' ''Literature/TheMartianChronicles'' has a martian parent talking to a child, assuring it that there can't be any life on Earth, because of the excessive amounts of oxygen.
* In one of the ''GarrettPI'' ''Literature/GarrettPI'' novels, the protagonist muses that certain creatures of legend ''don't'' exist in his FantasyKitchenSink world, being allegorical fictions rather than genuine beings. These include fire-breathing dragons, gryphons, and ''ostriches''.



* ''ThreeHeartsAndThreeLions'': the main protagonist is a real-world Dane from World War II who gets transported in a fantasy world where the characters of the Matter of France are historical characters, but where some figures like Julius Caesar and emperor Napoleon are legendary.
* The dwarven grags of the {{Discworld}} (deep-downers, or "those who do not get out in the fresh air enough") believe humans to be a kind of bad dream. This puts them at odds with the rest of the dwarfs, who are quite willing to deal with humans (their mythology even gives a shared origin for humans, warves and trolls).

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* ''ThreeHeartsAndThreeLions'': ''Literature/ThreeHeartsAndThreeLions'': the main protagonist is a real-world Dane from World War II who gets transported in a fantasy world where the characters of the Matter of France are historical characters, but where some figures like Julius Caesar and emperor Napoleon are legendary.
* The dwarven grags of the {{Discworld}} Literature/{{Discworld}} (deep-downers, or "those who do not get out in the fresh air enough") believe humans to be a kind of bad dream. This puts them at odds with the rest of the dwarfs, who are quite willing to deal with humans (their mythology even gives a shared origin for humans, warves and trolls).
12th Jul '15 11:45:18 AM WaveSwallow
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* In the first episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfTeddyRuxpin'', [[AbsentMindedProfessor Gimmick]] crashes his airship into the tree of Leota the Woodsprite. When she introduces herself, Gimmick says there's no such things as "woodsprites", she quips back that there's no such thing as big bags of air stuck in her tree, yet there it, big as life.
20th Apr '15 5:10:10 PM Gamecubist
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* The Divide trilogy by Elizabeth Kay has a fantasy world where all kinds of creatures from our myths live. They not only think humans are mythical, but also many animals from our world as well.

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* The Divide ''Literature/TheDivide'' trilogy by Elizabeth Kay has a fantasy world where all kinds of creatures from our myths live. They not only think humans are mythical, but also many animals from our world as well.
11th Apr '15 1:44:43 AM Chabal2
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* The dwarven grags of the {{Discworld}} (deep-downers, or "those who do not get out in the fresh air enough") believe humans to be a kind of bad dream. This puts them at odds with the rest of the dwarfs, who are quite willing to deal with humans (their mythology even gives a shared origin for humans, warves and trolls).
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