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26th Jan '16 10:06:28 PM M84
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* In ''WesternAnimation/Wakfu'' [[spoiler:Yugo tapping into the power of the Eliatrope Dofuses in the OVA screws up time, allowing some humans in the ''Dofus'' era to see him. They understandably come to believe the incredibly powerful being manipulating space and time before their eyes is some previously unknown god-king and begin to worship him. Due to the way souls and races work in the setting, this retroactively introduces a new race to the World of Twelve, the Eliotropes. This new race wields powers similar to the Eliatropes and worship Yugo as their god. Yugo meanwhile is blissfully unaware that he has worshipers.]]
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* In ''WesternAnimation/Wakfu'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' [[spoiler:Yugo tapping into the power of the Eliatrope Dofuses in the OVA screws up time, allowing some humans in the ''Dofus'' era to see him. They him. These people understandably come to believe the incredibly powerful being manipulating space and time before their eyes is some previously unknown god-king and begin to worship him. Due to the way souls and races work in the setting, this retroactively introduces a new race to the World of Twelve, the Eliotropes. This new race wields powers similar to the Eliatropes and worship Yugo as their god. Yugo meanwhile is blissfully unaware that he has worshipers.]]
26th Jan '16 10:05:04 PM M84
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* In ''WesternAnimation/Wakfu'' [[spoiler:Yugo tapping into the power of the Eliatrope Dofuses in the OVA screws up time, allowing some humans in the ''Dofus'' era to see him. They understandably come to believe the incredibly powerful being manipulating space and time before their eyes is some previously unknown god-king and begin to worship him. Due to the way souls and races work in the setting, this retroactively introduces a new race to the World of Twelve, the Eliotropes. This new race wields powers similar to the Eliatropes and worship Yugo as their god. Yugo meanwhile is blissfully unaware that he has worshipers.]]
8th Jan '16 3:15:36 PM Discar
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* ''Literature/TheBookOfAllHours''- the Unkin. [[spoiler: humans that experienced an unique event in their life that allowed them to touch the Vellum underneath reality.]] In the multiverse inscribed on the surface of the Vellum, these meta-humans have long since taken up [[GodGuise different roles]], presenting themselves to mortal humans [[OurDemonsAreDifferent in different ways]] in pursuit of power, such as the [[OurGodsAreGreater Sovereigns]] and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Metatron's Covenant.]]
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* ''Literature/TheBookOfAllHours''- the Unkin. [[spoiler: humans that experienced an unique event in their life that allowed them to touch the Vellum underneath reality.]] In the multiverse inscribed on the surface of the Vellum, these meta-humans have long since taken up [[GodGuise different roles]], presenting themselves to mortal humans [[OurDemonsAreDifferent in different ways]] in pursuit of power, such as the [[OurGodsAreGreater [[OurGodsAreDifferent Sovereigns]] and [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Metatron's Covenant.]]
30th Dec '15 5:26:58 AM eroock
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-->--'''Tulio''', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'' %% One quote. Please put additional entries on the quotes tab.
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-->--'''Tulio''', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado'' %% One quote. Please put additional entries on the quotes tab. -->-- '''Tulio''', ''WesternAnimation/TheRoadToElDorado''
28th Dec '15 2:28:23 PM Malloon
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* TagalongReporter Donald O'Shea is mistaken for the moon god when the crew of the balloon in ''Film/FiveWeeksInABalloon'' lands in the city of Hazek. They do nothing to dispel this mistake.
27th Dec '15 4:19:56 PM Anddrix
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* In ''Literature/TheHouseOfNight'' series, Kalona and [[spoiler:Neferet's]] EvilPlan is to convince the vampyre high council that they are the incarnations of Erebus and Nyx, respectively.
22nd Dec '15 8:40:40 PM AilavynSiniyash
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* ''Literature/TheRiddleMasterTrilogy'': [[spoiler:Ghistelwchlohm spent centuries posing at the High One... while, mind, the real High One was hiding in plain sight as the "High One"'s harpist.]]
23rd Oct '15 8:01:11 PM Phred
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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/AllHailKingJulien'', EvilGenius Karl attempts to exploit the lemurs belief in sky gods to have King Julien killed, constructing a robot suit in the shape of the Sky God Frank and instructing the kingdom that they have to sacrifice Julien to the Volcano God Larry, which Julien counters by having his own robot suit made in the shape of Larry.
19th Oct '15 12:08:24 AM foxley
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** Magnus Greel posing as Weng-Chiang; though he doesn't try to hide his identify from Chang, to whom it makes no difference anyway as Greel has risen him up from his humble life as a Chinese peasant to someone who performs before royalty.
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** Magnus Greel posing as Weng-Chiang; Weng-Chiang in "The Talons of Weng-Chiang"; though he doesn't try to hide his identify from Chang, to whom it makes no difference anyway as Greel has risen him up from his humble life as a Chinese peasant to someone who performs before royalty.

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** Magnus Greel posing In "The Girl Who Died", the leader of the Mire poses as Weng-Chiang; though Odin when he doesn't try turns up to hide his identify from Chang, to whom it makes no difference anyway as Greel has risen him up from his humble life as a Chinese peasant to someone who performs before royalty.collect the Viking warriors.
18th Oct '15 8:33:23 AM rjung
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* In the first ''VideoGame/Spellforce'' expansion, the player character can fool a tribe of trolls with this trope, by secretly climbing inside a statue of a primitive deity and use it to talk to said tribe. This way you can command them to destroy several fortified enemy bases. The second game in the series references this by having an NPC crawl inside a god statue to fool some orcs.
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* In the first ''VideoGame/Spellforce'' ''VideoGame/{{Spellforce}}'' expansion, the player character can fool a tribe of trolls with this trope, by secretly climbing inside a statue of a primitive deity and use it to talk to said tribe. This way you can command them to destroy several fortified enemy bases. The second game in the series references this by having an NPC crawl inside a god statue to fool some orcs.
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