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23rd Dec '17 2:50:53 AM Desentil
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** Fridge logic, as [[spoiler:Legion]] is intended to help the [[spoiler:Geth]] understand organics and help build relationships with them. By copying these kinds of actions, [[spoiler:Legion]]Legion appears more 'human/turian/asari' and stops the uncanny valley effect.

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** Fridge logic, as [[spoiler:Legion]] is intended to help the [[spoiler:Geth]] understand organics and help build relationships with them. By copying these kinds of actions, [[spoiler:Legion]]Legion [[spoiler:Legion]] appears more 'human/turian/asari' and stops the uncanny valley effect.
23rd Dec '17 2:50:16 AM Desentil
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** Fridge logic, as [[soiler:Legion]] is intended to help the [[spoiler:Geth]] understand organics and help build relationships with them. By copying these kinds of actions, [[spoiler:Legion]]Legion appears more 'human/turian/asari' and stops the uncanny valley effect.

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** Fridge logic, as [[soiler:Legion]] [[spoiler:Legion]] is intended to help the [[spoiler:Geth]] understand organics and help build relationships with them. By copying these kinds of actions, [[spoiler:Legion]]Legion appears more 'human/turian/asari' and stops the uncanny valley effect.
23rd Dec '17 2:49:39 AM Desentil
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** Fridge logic, as [[soiler:Legion]] is intended to help the [[spoiler:Geth]] understand organics and help build relationships with them. By copying these kinds of actions, [[spoiler:Legion]]Legion appears more 'human/turian/asari' and stops the uncanny valley effect.
16th Dec '17 7:50:41 AM TheCuza
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** A Claptrap in ''VideoGame/BorderlandsThePreSequel'' says that people only ''think'' robots can't feel pain, when not only can they feel it, the intensity of the pain is amplified significantly for them, ''and'' they feel it in slow motion!
2nd Nov '17 8:37:05 PM PaulA
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* ''Anime/CaptainFuture'' has both an obvious robot and an android in his crew. In one scene where there is a risk of depressurization in the ship, the latter is seen wearing a space helmet.



* ''CaptainFuture'' has both an obvious robot and an android in his crew. In one scene where there is a risk of depressurization in the ship, the latter is seen wearing a space helmet.
1st Apr '17 3:54:58 PM Jake
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* Franchise/{{Transformers}} has this so often, and in so many different ways, that it has enough examples for [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization an incredibly lengthy list]], with various instances of coughing and breathing being the most blatantly odd/difficult to explain away examples.

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* Franchise/{{Transformers}} has this so often, and in so many different ways, that it has enough examples for [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization an incredibly lengthy list]], with various instances of coughing and breathing being the most blatantly odd/difficult to explain away examples. Possibly justified in that some continuities are rather vague about whether Cybertronians are true robots or MechanicalLifeforms of some sort.
24th Mar '17 2:43:50 PM RebeccaOTool
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** Bender also makes huffing noises when the crew are running for their lives (which is quite often).
22nd Jan '17 6:20:50 PM jccw227
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** On several occasions, it's been stated that as a robot, Bender lacks the ability to taste, which is why he's a LethalChef, but we see him visibly cringe upon trying anchovies, and when he first tries Slurm, he notes that it's not that bad.
15th Dec '16 10:33:47 PM Doug86
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* Toy/{{Transformers}} has this so often, and in so many different ways, that it has enough examples for [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization an incredibly lengthy list]], with various instances of coughing and breathing being the most blatantly odd/difficult to explain away examples.

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* Toy/{{Transformers}} Franchise/{{Transformers}} has this so often, and in so many different ways, that it has enough examples for [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization an incredibly lengthy list]], with various instances of coughing and breathing being the most blatantly odd/difficult to explain away examples.



* ''{{Transformers}}'' in all incarnations go back and forth on the scale of humanness constantly. They can survive in space but they can make breathing noises. They endure great damage and don't act like they're in any pain but other times they get hit in the face and show about as much pain as a human. They have no blood (with their blue-or-purple fuel, Energon, being SymbolicBlood in incarnations where it runs throughout their bodies in liquid form - constantly seen in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime.'') but they blush red. The [[Wiki/TFWikiDotNet Transformers Wiki]] has [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization a page of considerable size]] dealing with the matter.

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* ''{{Transformers}}'' ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}'' in all incarnations go back and forth on the scale of humanness constantly. They can survive in space but they can make breathing noises. They endure great damage and don't act like they're in any pain but other times they get hit in the face and show about as much pain as a human. They have no blood (with their blue-or-purple fuel, Energon, being SymbolicBlood in incarnations where it runs throughout their bodies in liquid form - constantly seen in ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime.'') ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime''.) but they blush red. The [[Wiki/TFWikiDotNet Transformers Wiki]] has [[http://tfwiki.net/wiki/Humanization a page of considerable size]] dealing with the matter.
9th Jun '16 7:35:20 PM nombretomado
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* An episode of ''SamuraiJack'' featured a group of metal-eating robots who, of course, forgot they were robots (thanks to synthetic skin). They're defeated when, in their frenzy, they tear the skin off each other, and, seeing metal, consume each other.

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* An episode of ''SamuraiJack'' ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' featured a group of metal-eating robots who, of course, forgot they were robots (thanks to synthetic skin). They're defeated when, in their frenzy, they tear the skin off each other, and, seeing metal, consume each other.
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