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7th Dec '16 4:22:52 AM Doug86
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* In ''[[Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe]]'', Tumnus the faun reacts this way to Lucy the first time he meets her, and owns a book called ''Is Man a Myth?''. A rather justified example, since the few humans on Narnia at it's creation had been crossbred into oblivion with the other races within the first few generations, a thousand years before his time.

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* In ''[[Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe]]'', Tumnus the faun reacts this way to Lucy the first time he meets her, and owns a book called ''Is Man a Myth?''. A rather justified example, since the few humans on Narnia at it's its creation had been crossbred into oblivion with the other races within the first few generations, a thousand years before his time.



* ''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 confined to fairytales and TV shows.

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* ''Literature/MagnusChaseAndTheGodsOfAsgard'' is based on NorseMythology Myth/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 confined to fairytales and TV shows.
7th Nov '16 10:00:50 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* In ''[[Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe]]'', Tumnus the faun reacts this way to Lucy the first time he meets her, and owns a book called ''Is Man a Myth?''

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* In ''[[Literature/TheLionTheWitchAndTheWardrobe The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe]]'', Tumnus the faun reacts this way to Lucy the first time he meets her, and owns a book called ''Is Man a Myth?''Myth?''. A rather justified example, since the few humans on Narnia at it's creation had been crossbred into oblivion with the other races within the first few generations, a thousand years before his time.
16th Oct '16 7:45:58 PM TheCuza
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-->'''Red''': AAH! He does exist!
-->'''Santa''': They do exist... [''Both of them faint.'']

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-->'''Red''': AAH! -->'''Red:''' AAHH! He does exist!
-->'''Santa''':
''does'' exist!\\
'''Santa:'''
They do exist... [''Both of them faint.'']''do'' exist...\\
''[They both faint]''
26th Aug '16 9:33:10 AM Sark0TAG
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* The Mechanimals in ''VideoGame/TheDayTheWorldBroke'' only knew about humans within myths and legends, and despite knowing their language, were never aware that anything existed outside their home territory, let alone humans. The only human who ever lived with them was [[spoiler: Ozzie Jr., circa 65 million years prior. Having [[GoneHorriblyWrong accidentally caused all the prehistoric life forms to be sucked into the World Machine's core]] during the Great Tune Up, he fled there and fed them food with mechanical parts mixed in, that caused them to evolve into how they are now, up until he died in the magma cavern. By the time the newer breed of Mechanimals dug up his body, nobody but [[BigBad Diode]] suspected it was really a human.]] And then you come along when the entire world machinery above goes on the fritz.
10th Jul '16 7:32:23 PM Pichu-kun
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* In one ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' comic Ariel accidentally comes across a city where moray live. Moray were deemed fictional by merpeople. In turn, moray thought merpeople were a myth and are afraid of them. The moray princess decides to keep Ariel as a pet then ransom her when they learn her and her sister Aquata are princesses. Moray are depicted as the EvilCounterpart to merpeople.



* 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 ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeon'' games.


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* In one episode of ''WesternAnimation/TheLionGuard'' Bunga believes that Besthe's new okapi friend is imaginary because he sounds like a MixAndMatchCreature. When he turns out to be a NotSoImaginaryFriend and meets Bunga the okapi says he didn't believe honey badgers really existed, because their smell and looks sounded outlandish.
28th Jun '16 2:21:06 PM margdean56
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* An early portion of ''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.

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* An early portion of ''Literature/TheMartianChronicles'' has a martian Martian parent talking to a child, assuring it that there can't be any life on Earth, because of the excessive amounts of oxygen.



* ''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 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).
* ''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 confined to fairytales and TV shows.

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* ''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 Emperor Napoleon are legendary.
* The dwarven grags of the 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 dwarves and trolls).
* ''Literature/MagnusChaseandtheGodsofAsgard'' ''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 confined to fairytales and TV shows.
28th Jun '16 2:17:23 PM margdean56
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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!"

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* Done jokingly in ComicBook/XMen. While in Banshee's ancestral home, the X-Men run into leprachauns. leprechauns. When Wolverine expresses his disbelief in leprachauns, leprechauns, one of them retorts "Well maybe I don't believe in talkin' wolverines!"
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.
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