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16th Jul '16 1:02:58 PM TheDogSage
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Erma}}'', the titular character is the elementary school-aged daughter of a human father and StringyHairedGhostGirl mother. They're shown to be a perfectly normal, loving family like any other.
11th Jul '16 9:56:30 PM foxley
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* ''Series/OutOfThisWorld'': The series revolves around Evie Ethel Garland, a young girl who discovers on her thirteenth birthday that her father is an alien named Troy, from the planet Antareus, who married her mother and "merged lifeforms" to create Evie. Evie's half-alien heritage gives her superhuman abilities.
30th Jun '16 10:18:20 PM PaulA
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* Implied future inversion: In ''Literature/TheElenium'' and ''Tamuli'' trilogies by Creator/DavidEddings, it's strongly implied that [[spoiler:Sparhawk's daughter Danae will marry the young thief Talen when she grows up. Their children will fit this trope, since Danae is really the Child-Goddess Aphrael]].

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* Implied future inversion: In ''Literature/TheElenium'' and ''Tamuli'' ''Literature/TheTamuli'' trilogies by Creator/DavidEddings, it's strongly implied that [[spoiler:Sparhawk's daughter Danae will marry the young thief Talen when she grows up. Their children will fit this trope, since Danae is really the Child-Goddess Aphrael]].
8th Jun '16 8:18:36 PM katrinahood
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** Also averted with Kirk's son in the "Shatnerverse" novels, whose mother is a genetically-engineered Klingon-Romulan-human hybrid. According to Spock, the kid is also Vulcan by virtue of his Romulan blood. The boy turns out to be [[spoiler:genetically identical to the {{Precursors}} found by Picard in "The Chase", even though he should be missing many other genetic markers, such as that of the Cardassians]].


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** Averted with Kirk's son in the "Shatnerverse" novels, whose mother is a genetically-engineered Klingon-Romulan-human hybrid. According to Spock, the kid is also Vulcan by virtue of his Romulan blood. The boy turns out to be [[spoiler:genetically identical to the {{Precursors}} found by Picard in "The Chase", even though he should be missing many other genetic markers, such as that of the Cardassians]].
8th Jun '16 11:48:13 AM katrinahood
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** K'Ehleyr, mother to Worf's son Alexander, is also a hybrid, though she embraces her human half rather than her Klingon half. It is, however, common to invert or subvert this in the Star Trek universe - [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise T'Pol and Trip's son Lorian and daughter Elizabeth]], [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Deanna Troi]], [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Benjamin Sisko (indirectly)]], and [[Series/StarTrekVoyager B'Elanna Torres]] all have non-human mothers and human fathers. Benjamin and B'Elanna also face the problems inherent to the trope: Benjamin's mother walked out on him when he was a little boy, and B'Elana grew up resenting her mother for driving her father away.

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** K'Ehleyr, mother to Worf's son Alexander, is also a hybrid, though she embraces her human half rather than her Klingon half. It is, however, common to invert or subvert this in the Star Trek universe - [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise T'Pol and Trip's son Lorian and daughter Elizabeth]], [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Deanna Troi]], [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Benjamin Sisko (indirectly)]], and [[Series/StarTrekVoyager B'Elanna Torres]] all have non-human mothers and human fathers. Benjamin and B'Elanna also face the problems inherent to the trope: Benjamin's mother walked out on him when he was a little boy, and B'Elana grew up resenting her mother for driving her father away.



* B'Elanna Torres on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' is the product of Klingon mother Miral and human father John Torres.

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* Commonly inverted and subverted in the [[Franchise/StarTrek Star Trek]] universe - [[Series/StarTrekEnterprise T'Pol and Trip's son Lorian and daughter Elizabeth]], [[Series/StarTrekTheNextGeneration Deanna Troi]], [[Series/StarTrekDeepSpaceNine Benjamin Sisko (indirectly)]], and [[Series/StarTrekVoyager B'Elanna Torres on ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' is the product of Klingon mother Miral Torres]] all have non-human mothers and human fathers. Benjamin and B'Elanna also face the problems inherent to the trope: Benjamin's mother walked out on him when he was a little boy, and B'Elana grew up resenting her mother for driving her father John Torres.away.
8th Jun '16 11:42:58 AM katrinahood
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* An often-forgotten part of the backstory of ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'' involved a rocket ship from Earth crashing on Eternia. The pilot goes on to marry the king. So He-Man and his twin sister She-Ra are half earthling and half Eternian. [[HumanAliens Not that you can tell the difference.]]



* An often-forgotten part of the backstory of ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983'' involved a rocket ship from Earth crashing on Eternia. The pilot goes on to marry the king. So He-Man and his twin sister She-Ra are half earthling and half Eternian. [[HumanAliens Not that you can tell the difference.]]
23rd May '16 3:54:18 AM hollowcity
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* Inverted in all cases in Creator/JRRTolkien's Middle-earth (''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'', etc.) and the films based on them: The father is always the more 'mundane', the mother the more 'exotic' parent: a few human males marry elven women, one elven male (Thingol) marries a female angel (Melian), and one mostly-human male (Aragorn) marries one elf-human-angel hybrid woman (Arwen), but the reverse never happens. The closest it comes is when the human-elf-angel hybrid Dior marries a purely elven woman, but he's still the more mortal of the two. Additionally, the various misfortunes befalling the families and children of these unions are never a result of the [[MalignedMixedMarriage mixed marriage being rejected by their respective societies]]. The ''one'' known example of a female human and male elf falling in love never married, because he (Galadriel's brother Aegnor) believed a MayflyDecemberRomance would only be even more painful than remaining apart.

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* Inverted in all cases in Creator/JRRTolkien's Middle-earth (''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'', ''Literature/TheSilmarillion'', etc.) and the films based on them: The father is always the more 'mundane', the mother the more 'exotic' parent: a few human males marry elven women, one elven male (Thingol) marries a female angel (Melian), and one mostly-human male (Aragorn) marries one elf-human-angel hybrid woman (Arwen), but the reverse never happens. The closest it comes is when the human-elf-angel hybrid Dior marries a purely elven woman, but he's still the more mortal of the two. Additionally, the various misfortunes befalling the families and children of these unions are never a result of the [[MalignedMixedMarriage mixed marriage being rejected by their respective societies]]. The ''one'' known example of a female human and male elf falling in love never married, because he (Galadriel's brother Aegnor) believed a MayflyDecemberRomance would only be even more painful than remaining apart.apart (which noticeably never stopped Arwen or numerous other female elves). Aegnor's refusal becomes [[HilariousInHindsight rather funny since he ended up dying long before Andreth,]] and they remain apart but forever pining for each other [[TearJerker even in death.]]
30th Apr '16 3:04:57 PM Sharlee
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* Played straight for two generations in the backstory of ''VideoGame/{{Myst}}'', with a D'ni and his half-human son both marrying humans from Earth's surface. ''Three'' generations, if Rivenese are also considered human.
30th Apr '16 3:00:04 PM Sharlee
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* In ''Film/TalesFromTheDarksideTheMovie'', in the "Lover's Vow" segment, a man unknowingly marries a gargoyle who's taken on human form. In a variant of the "kitsune" scenario (see Mythology below), both the wife and their two kids turn into gargoyles when he breaks a promise to her.

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* In ''Film/TalesFromTheDarksideTheMovie'', in the "Lover's Vow" segment, a man unknowingly marries a gargoyle who's taken on human form. In a variant of the "kitsune" "yuki-onna" scenario (see Mythology below), both the wife and their two kids turn into gargoyles when he breaks a promise to her.
30th Apr '16 2:58:32 PM Sharlee
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* In ''Film/TalesFromTheDarksideTheMovie'', in the "Lover's Vow" segment, a man unknowingly marries a gargoyle who's taken on human form. In a variant of the "kitsune" scenario (see Mythology below), both the wife and their two kids turn into gargoyles when he breaks a promise to her.
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* In ''[[Literature/DanShambleZombiePI Slimy Underbelly]]'', the BigBad villain is the product of a female EldritchHorror's affair with a human male.
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