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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.
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).
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