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30th Mar '16 9:17:16 PM VanHohenheimOfXerxes
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* ([[SubvertedTrope Almost]]) every last goddamn ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' villain.

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* ([[SubvertedTrope Almost]]) With the occasional exception, pretty much every last goddamn ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo'' villain.villain is this. And they would've gotten away with it too, if it wasn't for {{you meddling kids}}.
29th Nov '15 1:05:15 PM FierceArtist
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** The Toclafane who appeared in "The Sound Of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords" were the last surviving humans from the previous episode "Utopia", who turned themselves into PsychopathicManchild {{cyborgs}} to escape the universe's final collapse.

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** The Toclafane who appeared in "The Sound Of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords" were the last surviving humans from the previous episode "Utopia", who turned themselves into PsychopathicManchild {{cyborgs}} {{Cyborg}}s to escape the universe's final collapse.
29th Nov '15 1:04:18 PM FierceArtist
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** The Toclafane who appeared in "The Sound Of Drums" and "Last of the Time Lords" were the last surviving humans from the previous episode "Utopia", who turned themselves into PsychopathicManchild {{cyborgs}} to escape the universe's final collapse.
26th Nov '15 9:20:21 AM Godzillawolf
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* In the ''Fanfic/PonyPOVSeries'', it's revealed [[spoiler:the Changelings aren't a seperate species, but a lost tribe of ponies descended from the Flutterponies]]. Even [[spoiler:the Changelings themselves]] were unaware of this.
15th Sep '15 9:39:42 PM Tacitus
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* ''{{Fanfic/FiveScoreDividedByFour}}'': [[spoiler:Inverted example, they were ponies the entire time]]

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* ''{{Fanfic/FiveScoreDividedByFour}}'': ''Fanfic/FiveScoreDividedByFour'': [[spoiler:Inverted example, they were ponies the entire time]]



* In ''RockADoodle'', Edmond was a BalefulPolymorph who had been turned into a kitten, but none of the animals really believed him until he turned back into a human at the end of the movie.

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* In ''RockADoodle'', ''WesternAnimation/RockADoodle'', Edmond was a BalefulPolymorph who had been turned into a kitten, but none of the animals really believed him until he turned back into a human at the end of the movie.



* In ''{{Dragonback}}'', the long-lost original [[TheSymbiote hosts]] of the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent K'da]] were called the Dhghem. Turns out that's actually "Human" in a really old language.

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* In ''{{Dragonback}}'', ''Literature/{{Dragonback}}'', the long-lost original [[TheSymbiote hosts]] of the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent K'da]] were called the Dhghem. Turns out that's actually "Human" in a really old language.



* This is the big twist behind the Shades in ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'', though the backstory for it is rather complicated. The events of ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'''s weirdest ending introduced a magical plague to Earth that forced humans to separate their souls from their bodies and store them until an army of {{Artificial Human}}s cleaned up the planet. Unfortunately these Replicants developed sentience, forgot their origins after completing their mission, and built their own civilization in the world's ruins. By the time of the game the Replicants are slowly dying out due to complications like the Black Scrawl disease, while the humans' Shades have started going insane without their bodies, with many devolving into ravening shadow monsters. There ''was'' a plan to put things right and reunite the humans' Shades with their Replicants, but by the end of the game, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nier kind of killed it.]]

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* This is the big twist behind the Shades in ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'', though the backstory for it is rather complicated. The events of ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'''s weirdest ending introduced a magical plague to Earth that forced humans to separate their souls from their bodies and store them until an army of {{Artificial Human}}s cleaned up the planet. Unfortunately these Replicants developed sentience, forgot their origins after completing their mission, and built their own civilization in the world's ruins. By the time of the game the Replicants are slowly dying out due to complications like the Black Scrawl disease, while the humans' Shades have started going insane without their bodies, with many devolving into ravening shadow monsters. There ''was'' a plan to put things right and reunite the humans' Shades with their Replicants, but by the end of the game, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nier kind of killed it.]]
15th Sep '15 9:37:20 PM Tacitus
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* This is the big twist behind the Shades in ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'', though the backstory for it is rather complicated. The events of ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'''s weirdest ending introduced a magical plague to Earth that forced humans to separate their souls from their bodies and store them until an army of {{Artificial Human}}s cleaned up the planet. Unfortunately these Replicants developed sentience, forgot their origins after completing their mission, and built their own civilization in the world's ruins. By the time of the game the Replicants are slowly dying out due to complications like the Black Scrawl disease, while the Shades have started going insane without their bodies, with many devolving into ravening shadow monsters. There ''was'' a plan to put things right and reunite the humans' Shades with their Replicants, but by the end of the game, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nier kind of killed it.]]

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* This is the big twist behind the Shades in ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'', though the backstory for it is rather complicated. The events of ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'''s weirdest ending introduced a magical plague to Earth that forced humans to separate their souls from their bodies and store them until an army of {{Artificial Human}}s cleaned up the planet. Unfortunately these Replicants developed sentience, forgot their origins after completing their mission, and built their own civilization in the world's ruins. By the time of the game the Replicants are slowly dying out due to complications like the Black Scrawl disease, while the humans' Shades have started going insane without their bodies, with many devolving into ravening shadow monsters. There ''was'' a plan to put things right and reunite the humans' Shades with their Replicants, but by the end of the game, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nier kind of killed it.]]
15th Sep '15 9:36:44 PM Tacitus
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* A subdues version appears in ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': all of the enemies Raiden fights throughout the game are cyborgs who, like himself, are practically entirely mechanical except for their brain. When he finally defeats Jetstream Sam, however, he discovers that his rival had virtually no cybernetic enhancements whatsoever. This is particularly prominent in the Japanese version of the game, where cyborgs bleed white artificial blood, but Sam bled red.

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* A subdues subdued version appears in ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': all of the enemies Raiden fights throughout the game are cyborgs who, like himself, are practically entirely mechanical except for their brain. When he finally defeats Jetstream Sam, however, he discovers that his rival had virtually no cybernetic enhancements whatsoever. This is particularly prominent in the Japanese version of the game, where cyborgs bleed white artificial blood, but Sam bled red.
* This is the big twist behind the Shades in ''VideoGame/{{NieR}}'', though the backstory for it is rather complicated. The events of ''VideoGame/{{Drakengard}}'''s weirdest ending introduced a magical plague to Earth that forced humans to separate their souls from their bodies and store them until an army of {{Artificial Human}}s cleaned up the planet. Unfortunately these Replicants developed sentience, forgot their origins after completing their mission, and built their own civilization in the world's ruins. By the time of the game the Replicants are slowly dying out due to complications like the Black Scrawl disease, while the Shades have started going insane without their bodies, with many devolving into ravening shadow monsters. There ''was'' a plan to put things right and reunite the humans' Shades with their Replicants, but by the end of the game, [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Nier kind of killed it.]]
8th Sep '15 3:44:20 PM superkeijikun
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* In the end of ''VideoGame/PhantasyStarII'', the creators of [[BigBad Mother Brain]] are revealed to be an alien race who were planning to conquer the planets of the Algol system. Their homeworld? [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters Earth]].
* A subdues version appears in ''VideoGame/MetalGearRisingRevengeance'': all of the enemies Raiden fights throughout the game are cyborgs who, like himself, are practically entirely mechanical except for their brain. When he finally defeats Jetstream Sam, however, he discovers that his rival had virtually no cybernetic enhancements whatsoever. This is particularly prominent in the Japanese version of the game, where cyborgs bleed white artificial blood, but Sam bled red.
19th Aug '15 2:39:09 AM jormis29
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* In ''Merlin's Gun'' (a Creator/AlastairReynolds short story), the AbsoluteXenophobe fleets that swarmed out from [[BigDumbObject dyson spheres]] near the galactic core millenia ago and have since then been eradicating every human ship and colony they come across are revealed to be human, albeit heavily modified with cybernetics.

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* In ''Merlin's Gun'' "Merlin's Gun" (a Creator/AlastairReynolds short story), the AbsoluteXenophobe fleets that swarmed out from [[BigDumbObject dyson spheres]] {{Dyson Sphere}}s near the galactic core millenia ago and have since then been eradicating every human ship and colony they come across are revealed to be human, albeit heavily modified with cybernetics.
18th Aug '15 1:48:23 PM Saber15
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* In ''Merlin's Gun'' (a Creator/AlastairReynolds short story), the AbsoluteXenophobe fleets that swarmed out from [[BigDumbObject dyson spheres]] near the galactic core millenia ago and have since then been eradicating every human ship and colony they come across are revealed to be human, albeit heavily modified with cybernetics.
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