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9th Apr '18 10:57:07 AM IndyRevolution
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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinelese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon. [[TheRemant Their numbers may or may not have been culled considerably by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake]], but good luck trying to find out yourself, as the last two people to set foot on the island were violently slaughtered by the natives.

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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinelese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon. [[TheRemant [[TheRemnant Their numbers may or may not have been culled considerably by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake]], but good luck trying to find out yourself, as the last two people to set foot on the island were violently slaughtered by the natives.
9th Apr '18 10:56:55 AM IndyRevolution
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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinelese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon.

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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinelese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon. [[TheRemant Their numbers may or may not have been culled considerably by the 2004 Indian Ocean earthquake]], but good luck trying to find out yourself, as the last two people to set foot on the island were violently slaughtered by the natives.
28th Mar '18 10:03:44 PM nombretomado
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* The StarWarsExpandedUniverse has the Lost Tribe of the Sith. Also the Jedi in ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''. And the Dathomiri, and probably a few others. Kind of a JustifiedTrope when you've got CasualInterstellarTravel; there's a hell of a lot of galaxy to lose yourselves in, intentionally or otherwise.

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* The StarWarsExpandedUniverse has the Lost Tribe of the Sith. Also the Jedi in ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''. And the Dathomiri, and probably a few others. ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'': Kind of a JustifiedTrope when you've got CasualInterstellarTravel; there's a hell of a lot of galaxy to lose yourselves in, intentionally or otherwise.otherwise.
%%** The Lost Tribe of the Sith.
%%** The Jedi in ''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''.
%%** The Dathomiri, and probably a few others.
3rd Apr '17 5:26:01 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinalese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon.

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* Perhaps the best example of this trope in real life is the Sentinalese Sentinelese tribe, which may very well be the most isolated group of indigenous people on earth. They live on North Sentinel Island in the Indian Ocean, and violently reject all attempts at contact, shooting at all outsiders with arrows. Because of that, we know next to nothing about them, including their customs, language, and how they live. The last attempt at contact was made in the mid 1990's, and since then, they've been left alone, and it's very unlikely that will change anytime soon.
30th Dec '15 7:08:17 PM jormis29
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* ''Literature/KushielsLegacy'' has the main character of the first trilogy run into the Tribe of Dan, one of the Lost Tribes of Israel, guarding the [[PublicDomainArtifact Ark of the Covenant]] down around what in our world is Lake Victoria.

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* ''Literature/KushielsLegacy'' has the main character of the first trilogy run into the Tribe of Dan, one of the Lost Tribes of Israel, guarding the [[PublicDomainArtifact Ark of the Covenant]] TheArkOfTheCovenant down around what in our world is Lake Victoria.
17th Sep '15 4:56:15 PM nombretomado
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* The StarWarsExpandedUniverse has the Lost Tribe of the Sith. Also the Jedi in ''DarkEmpire''. And the Dathomiri, and probably a few others. Kind of a JustifiedTrope when you've got CasualInterstellarTravel; there's a hell of a lot of galaxy to lose yourselves in, intentionally or otherwise.

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* The StarWarsExpandedUniverse has the Lost Tribe of the Sith. Also the Jedi in ''DarkEmpire''.''ComicBook/DarkEmpire''. And the Dathomiri, and probably a few others. Kind of a JustifiedTrope when you've got CasualInterstellarTravel; there's a hell of a lot of galaxy to lose yourselves in, intentionally or otherwise.
16th Dec '14 2:31:01 PM nombretomado
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* ''FinalFantasy'' likes to use this trope:

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* ''FinalFantasy'' ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' likes to use this trope:
29th Sep '14 6:47:50 PM foxley
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* ''Series/TheGoodies'': In "The Lost Tribe of the Orinoco", the Goodies go in search of the eponymous lost tribe and find it in a most unexpected location.
17th Aug '14 1:32:41 PM edara
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* Uzo and Muzo are the last survivors of the Mt. Gokuho clan in the game "VideoGame/KingdomOfParadise".

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* Uzo and Muzo are the last survivors of the Mt. Gokuho clan in the game "VideoGame/KingdomOfParadise".''VideoGame/KingdomOfParadise''. [[spoiler:Shinbu makes them [[IncrediblyLamePun lost]] for good.]]
7th May '14 5:08:07 PM Scalfin
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* Previously unknown offshoots of the Jewish diaspora show up every decade or so.
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