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17th Jan '17 6:29:07 PM Psychadelico
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Compare SpontaneousGeneration. See also ABoyAndHisX (this trope being what creates the X).

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Compare SpontaneousGeneration. See also ABoyAndHisX (this trope being what creates the X). Distantly related to HumanityIsInfectious.
8th Dec '16 7:42:14 PM Gamermaster
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* This is the concept behind Klabautermann in ''Manga/OnePiece", being the spirit of a ship born out of love from it's crew. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, it only appears when the ship is soon to meet it's end.]]

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* This is the concept behind Klabautermann in ''Manga/OnePiece", ''Manga/OnePiece'', being the spirit of a ship born out of love from it's crew. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, it only appears when the ship is soon to meet it's end.]]
8th Dec '16 7:41:28 PM Gamermaster
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* This is the concept behind Klabautermann in ''Manga/OnePiece", being the spirit of a ship born out of love from it's crew. [[spoiler: Unfortunately, it only appears when the ship is soon to meet it's end.]]
8th Jun '16 9:55:04 AM DoctorCooper
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When one or more characters invest a lot of love and energy into an inanimate object, it comes to life in response thanks to ThePowerOfLove. It's usually a Literature/{{Pinocchio}} type situation where it's still not an organic, living being, but it's now animate in the {{Living Toy|s}} or "Creator/{{Disney}} talking furniture" sense. LivingToys usually have this as the backstory for why they're, well, ''living'' toys. Usually the newly animated object doesn't need more love in a GodsNeedPrayerBadly sort of way, but they all usually reciprocate the feeling of love with their "parent" and would be saddened if they stopped being loved (or worse, were treated as freaks for being alive).

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When one or more characters invest a lot of love and energy into an inanimate object, it comes to life in response thanks to ThePowerOfLove. It's usually a Literature/{{Pinocchio}} [[Literature/TheAdventuresOfPinocchio Pinocchio]] type situation where it's still not an organic, living being, but it's now animate in the {{Living Toy|s}} or "Creator/{{Disney}} talking furniture" sense. LivingToys usually have this as the backstory for why they're, well, ''living'' toys. Usually the newly animated object doesn't need more love in a GodsNeedPrayerBadly sort of way, but they all usually reciprocate the feeling of love with their "parent" and would be saddened if they stopped being loved (or worse, were treated as freaks for being alive).
11th Apr '16 5:50:29 PM Adept
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* In ''[[FrostyTheSnowman Frosty's Winter Wonderland]]'', this is how [[spoiler: Crystal]] comes to life. It is also how [[spoiler: Frosty comes back to life after Jack Frost blows off his hat.]]

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* In ''[[FrostyTheSnowman ''[[WesternAnimation/FrostyTheSnowman Frosty's Winter Wonderland]]'', this is how [[spoiler: Crystal]] comes to life. It is also how [[spoiler: Frosty comes back to life after Jack Frost blows off his hat.]]
7th Mar '16 4:12:58 PM Monkey_d_Lenny
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* The lesser known Disney movie about LivingToys called Where The Toys Come From. Two wind-up toys belonging to a little girl go on an adventure to find out the origin of toys and arrive at a factory in Japan, where a kindly toy designer finds them and shows them around the factory. They come to an assembly line full of identical wind-ups, but find that they don't talk back when they try to interact with them. The toy designer explains that once they find someone who loves them they'll be talk like them
21st Oct '15 5:57:14 PM nombretomado
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When one or more characters invest a lot of love and energy into an inanimate object, it comes to life in response thanks to ThePowerOfLove. It's usually a Literature/{{Pinocchio}} type situation where it's still not an organic, living being, but it's now animate in the {{Living Toy|s}} or "{{Disney}} talking furniture" sense. LivingToys usually have this as the backstory for why they're, well, ''living'' toys. Usually the newly animated object doesn't need more love in a GodsNeedPrayerBadly sort of way, but they all usually reciprocate the feeling of love with their "parent" and would be saddened if they stopped being loved (or worse, were treated as freaks for being alive).

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When one or more characters invest a lot of love and energy into an inanimate object, it comes to life in response thanks to ThePowerOfLove. It's usually a Literature/{{Pinocchio}} type situation where it's still not an organic, living being, but it's now animate in the {{Living Toy|s}} or "{{Disney}} "Creator/{{Disney}} talking furniture" sense. LivingToys usually have this as the backstory for why they're, well, ''living'' toys. Usually the newly animated object doesn't need more love in a GodsNeedPrayerBadly sort of way, but they all usually reciprocate the feeling of love with their "parent" and would be saddened if they stopped being loved (or worse, were treated as freaks for being alive).
20th Sep '15 5:26:16 PM nombretomado
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* Pauline Clarke's ''Return of the Twelves'' is about the (actual) NapoleonicWars wood soldiers owned by the Bronte sisters (Creator/AnneBronte, Creator/CharlotteBronte, and Creator/EmilyBronte) and their brother Branwell. In RealLife the kids endowed the "Young Men" with individual personalities, created an enormous [[WorldBuilding paracosm]] for their adventures and wrote countless stories, novels, poems and plays about them. The delicious concept in this novel is that the Young Men were brought to life by this loving attention. They are discovered by children in the 1960s, still alive, active and ornery as ever.

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* Pauline Clarke's ''Return of the Twelves'' is about the (actual) NapoleonicWars [[UsefulNotes/TheNapoleonicWars Napoleonic wars]] wood soldiers owned by the Bronte sisters (Creator/AnneBronte, Creator/CharlotteBronte, and Creator/EmilyBronte) and their brother Branwell. In RealLife the kids endowed the "Young Men" with individual personalities, created an enormous [[WorldBuilding paracosm]] for their adventures and wrote countless stories, novels, poems and plays about them. The delicious concept in this novel is that the Young Men were brought to life by this loving attention. They are discovered by children in the 1960s, still alive, active and ornery as ever.
8th Jul '15 7:38:32 PM nombretomado
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* This is used in ''TheCatReturns''. The slightly inappropriately named Cat Bureau is where all the creations of artists who were dearly loved come to life when the sun goes down.

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* This is used in ''TheCatReturns''.''Anime/TheCatReturns''. The slightly inappropriately named Cat Bureau is where all the creations of artists who were dearly loved come to life when the sun goes down.
22nd Jun '15 4:19:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* Pauline Clarke's ''Return of the Twelves'' is about the (actual) NapoleonicWars wood soldiers owned by [[AnneBronte the]] [[CharlotteBronte Bronte]] [[EmilyBronte sisters]] and their brother Branwell. In RealLife the kids endowed the "Young Men" with individual personalities, created an enormous [[WorldBuilding paracosm]] for their adventures and wrote countless stories, novels, poems and plays about them. The delicious concept in this novel is that the Young Men were brought to life by this loving attention. They are discovered by children in the 1960s, still alive, active and ornery as ever.

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* Pauline Clarke's ''Return of the Twelves'' is about the (actual) NapoleonicWars wood soldiers owned by [[AnneBronte the]] [[CharlotteBronte Bronte]] [[EmilyBronte sisters]] the Bronte sisters (Creator/AnneBronte, Creator/CharlotteBronte, and Creator/EmilyBronte) and their brother Branwell. In RealLife the kids endowed the "Young Men" with individual personalities, created an enormous [[WorldBuilding paracosm]] for their adventures and wrote countless stories, novels, poems and plays about them. The delicious concept in this novel is that the Young Men were brought to life by this loving attention. They are discovered by children in the 1960s, still alive, active and ornery as ever.
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