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18th Feb '18 3:44:39 AM Milarqui
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* ''LetTheGalaxyBurn'' is an ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' fanfic that takes in the Seven Kingdoms RecycledInSpace

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* ''LetTheGalaxyBurn'' ''Fanfic/LetTheGalaxyBurn'' is an ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' fanfic that takes in the Seven Kingdoms RecycledInSpaceRecycledInSpace, with the plot diverging from canon when Robert dies during the Rebellion.
18th Feb '18 3:43:26 AM Milarqui
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* ''LetTheGalaxyBurn'' is an ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' fanfic that takes in the Seven Kingdoms RecycledInSpace
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2nd Feb '18 4:47:28 PM Discar
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Frequently [[TheKingdom rather benevolent]], but may range all the way to AristocratsAreEvil and DeadlyDecadentCourt. However, it is seldom explicitly {{Dystopia}}; Dystopian authorities tend to be more blatantly kept in place by naked force. This trope covers only societies where social status is ''legally'' inherited; ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1984]]'', where the children of Party members are theoretically admitted because of an exam, and the children of proles who might qualify tend to vanish before it, does not qualify. Also, under this trope, the royals and nobles draw their authority from the law, where the ruling party of a Dystopia does not acknowledge anything as giving them their power.

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Frequently [[TheKingdom [[TheGoodKingdom rather benevolent]], but may range all the way to AristocratsAreEvil and DeadlyDecadentCourt. However, it is seldom explicitly {{Dystopia}}; Dystopian authorities tend to be more blatantly kept in place by naked force. This trope covers only societies where social status is ''legally'' inherited; ''[[Literature/NineteenEightyFour 1984]]'', where the children of Party members are theoretically admitted because of an exam, and the children of proles who might qualify tend to vanish before it, does not qualify. Also, under this trope, the royals and nobles draw their authority from the law, where the ruling party of a Dystopia does not acknowledge anything as giving them their power.
26th Jan '18 11:39:54 AM IdumeanPatriot
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* In the future history of ''Literature/{{Victoria}}'', this is averted in the North American Confederation, which remains a free republic, but present worldwide. Germany and Russia both become real empires with emperors again following a social collapse, and Great Britain and Japan both appear to emphasize their imperial nature much more than they presently do in real life.
20th Nov '17 6:06:02 PM Fireblood
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* Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs's [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars Mars]]

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* Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs's [[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars Mars]]Mars]] books.



* A number of Russian sci-fi novels portray future Russia as a restored monarchy with prosperous economy. Despite being a monarchy, civil rights are still enforced. This likely stems from the idea that Russian people need a single strong ruler who gets things done and doesn't get bogged down with politics and bureaucracy. The same novels will often portray the US as an [[TheEmpire empire]] and/or a WretchedHive, which may or may not be caused by another civil war.

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* A number of Russian sci-fi novels portray future Russia as a restored monarchy with a prosperous economy. Despite being a monarchy, civil rights are still enforced. This likely stems from the idea that Russian people need a single strong ruler who gets things done and doesn't get bogged down with politics and bureaucracy. The same novels will often portray the US as an [[TheEmpire empire]] and/or a WretchedHive, which may or may not be caused by another civil war.



* Theodore Judson's novel ''The Martian General's Daughter'' takes place in the late 23. century on an Earth with a massively changed socio-political landscape. The main superpower is the [[AwesomeMcCoolName Pan-polarian Empire]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin which spans most of the northern hemisphere]]. The empire's society and political philosophy is modelled after many previous eras of history, including the Roman and Greek empires of Antiquity and 18th and 19th century monarchies; the story is based on the life of the Ancient Roman emperor Commodus. Similarly to the writer's previous but unrelated novel, ''Fitzpatrick's War'', the novel mixes high sci-fi technology with a deliberately {{steampunk}}ish aesthetic.

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* Theodore Judson's novel ''The Martian General's Daughter'' takes place in the late 23. 23rd century on an Earth with a massively changed socio-political landscape. The main superpower is the [[AwesomeMcCoolName Pan-polarian Empire]], [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin which spans most of the northern hemisphere]]. The empire's society and political philosophy is modelled after many previous eras of history, including the Roman and Greek empires of Antiquity and 18th and 19th century monarchies; the story is based on the life of the Ancient Roman emperor Commodus. Similarly to the writer's previous but unrelated novel, ''Fitzpatrick's War'', the novel mixes high sci-fi technology with a deliberately {{steampunk}}ish aesthetic.
20th Nov '17 5:56:30 PM Fireblood
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** It's eventually expanded by, naturally, the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Naboo elects a new monarch every four years, the monarch is meant to represent the innocence of humanity and as such is often very young, which explains why Amidala was queen at age 14. Also the monarch is usually given a new post when their time to reign is over, monarchs are allowed only two terms, with Padme Amidala becoming the galactic senator for her planet after her reign as Queen. Apparently they tried to change this rule to permit Padmé more time in office, but she declined. She
*** Sheev Palpatine is a member of House Palpatine, one of Naboo's noble houses though their title is never given. He actually got into politics partly because he was to far down in line to become the heir, which actually pretty common for younger sons of nobility in nations like Great Britain.

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** It's eventually expanded by, naturally, the Star Wars Expanded Universe. Naboo elects a new monarch every four years, the monarch is meant to represent the innocence of humanity and as such is often very young, which explains why Amidala was queen at age 14. Also the monarch is usually given a new post when their time to reign is over, monarchs are allowed only two terms, with Padme Amidala becoming the galactic senator for her planet after her reign as Queen. Apparently they tried to change this rule to permit Padmé more time in office, but she declined. She
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Sheev Palpatine is a member of House Palpatine, one of Naboo's noble houses houses, though their title is never given. He actually got into politics partly because he was to far down in line to become the heir, which actually was pretty common for younger sons of nobility in nations like Great Britain.
2nd Nov '17 7:50:56 PM PaulA
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* The hero of Creator/EdmondHamilton's ''The Star Kings'', John Gordon, is somewhat disappointed to discover the far future is monarchical until reassured that they are constitutional monarchies.

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* The time-displaced hero of Creator/EdmondHamilton's ''The Star Kings'', ''Literature/TheStarKings'', John Gordon, is somewhat disappointed to discover the far future is monarchical until reassured that they are constitutional monarchies.
26th Oct '17 12:22:50 AM PaulA
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* Creator/AndreNorton features a good number in her SF: ''Literature/IceCrown'', ''Literature/AndroidAtArms'', ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Forerunner Foray]]''. In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', the upper-crust that come to the planet often have titles that indicate their home worlds are like this.

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* Creator/AndreNorton features a good number in her SF: ''Literature/IceCrown'', ''Literature/AndroidAtArms'', ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Forerunner Foray]]''. SF:
** ''Literature/IceCrown''.
** ''Literature/AndroidAtArms''
** ''Literature/ForerunnerForay''.
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In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', ''Literature/{{Catseye|1961}}'', the upper-crust that come to the planet often have titles that indicate their home worlds are like this.
25th Oct '17 8:28:37 PM PaulA
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* Creator/AndreNorton features a good number in her SF: ''Literature/IceCrown'', ''Android At Arms'', ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Forerunner Foray]]''. In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', the upper-crust that come to the planet often have titles that indicate their home works are like this.

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* Creator/AndreNorton features a good number in her SF: ''Literature/IceCrown'', ''Android At Arms'', ''Literature/AndroidAtArms'', ''[[Literature/{{Warlock}} Forerunner Foray]]''. In ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', the upper-crust that come to the planet often have titles that indicate their home works worlds are like this.
18th Oct '17 9:02:49 AM SSJKamui
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* Ernst Jüngers Books Heliopolis, at the marble cliffs and eumeswil are set in a future which reverted to feudalism.
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