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1st Jan '18 10:25:33 AM Meira
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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community, whose cultural manifestations are all mere repetitions of ancient traditions for which they do not see much sense, beyond mere entertainment. Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are more beautiful, taller, sturdier, stronger, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.

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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community, whose cultural manifestations are all mere repetitions of ancient traditions for which they do not see much sense, beyond mere childish entertainment. Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are more beautiful, taller, sturdier, stronger, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.
31st Dec '17 10:16:58 AM Meira
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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community.Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are more beautiful, taller, sturdier, stronger, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.

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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community.community, whose cultural manifestations are all mere repetitions of ancient traditions for which they do not see much sense, beyond mere entertainment. Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are more beautiful, taller, sturdier, stronger, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.
31st Dec '17 3:43:45 AM Meira
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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community.Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are taller, sturdier, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.


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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community.Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are more beautiful, taller, sturdier, stronger, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.
31st Dec '17 3:21:41 AM Meira
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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, and strong.

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* ''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Social perfection would be so great that it dulled the artistic spirit and the intellectual manifestations of the members of the community.Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, strong and strong.self-controlled. Yet, in this underworld women are more perfected than men, and therefore, they are taller, sturdier, wiser, and self-controlled than men, which would contribute to greater social harmony.
30th Dec '17 12:38:45 PM Meira
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*''Creator/EdwardBulwerLytton'''s novel "The Coming Race" is a typical example, with its description of a subterranean society so perfectly organized and technologically advanced that it does not know any conflicts, even by any friction between the members of the society could be terribly destructive, since each controlling a mysterious enegria called vril, capable of destroying the entire world in which they live. Still, all the individuals in this society are beautiful, tall, and strong.
17th Dec '17 11:22:49 AM Trooper924
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** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] by IDW's version of [[Anime/TransformersCybertron Velocitron]]. When a delegation consisting of Knockout and Moonracer arrives from the colony, the former is quick to boast about how the Velocitronians have no major problems they need help with and have long since closed themselves off from the rest of the galaxy to focus on their favorite pastime of racing. But Moonracer soon admits that this isn't true, revealing that Velocitronian society has become increasingly elitist as their racing obsession has evolved into a kind of FantasticRacism. Slower Velocitronians are looked down upon and Moonracer herself mentions that she's disparaged simply for choosing to drive off-road instead of on the colony's racetracks.

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** [[SubvertedTrope Subverted]] by IDW's version of [[Anime/TransformersCybertron Velocitron]]. When a delegation consisting of Knockout and Moonracer arrives from the colony, the former is quick to boast about how the Velocitronians have no major problems they need help with and have long since closed themselves off from the rest of the galaxy to focus on their favorite pastime of racing. But Moonracer soon admits that this isn't true, revealing that Velocitronian society has become increasingly elitist as their racing obsession has evolved into a kind of FantasticRacism. Slower FantasticRacism with slower Velocitronians are being looked down upon as inferior and Moonracer herself mentions that she's disparaged simply for choosing to drive off-road instead of on the colony's racetracks.
13th Dec '17 2:30:46 PM eroock
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* Ernest Callenbach's novel ''Literature/{{Ecotopia}}'', which features an environmentalist utopia made up of several breakaway U.S. states in the [[TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner of the country]]. The villains are the U.S. government (which wants Ecotopia back in the U.S.) and Ecotopian businessmen who want a loosening of government regulations. Ecotopia exists solely as a foil for the author to attack capitalism and promote environmentalism.

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* Ernest Callenbach's novel ''Literature/{{Ecotopia}}'', which features an environmentalist utopia made up of several breakaway U.S. states in the [[TheOtherRainforest [[UsefulNotes/TheOtherRainforest northwestern corner of the country]]. The villains are the U.S. government (which wants Ecotopia back in the U.S.) and Ecotopian businessmen who want a loosening of government regulations. Ecotopia exists solely as a foil for the author to attack capitalism and promote environmentalism.
6th Dec '17 3:37:26 PM nombretomado
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* ''DancesWithWolves'''s [[IncrediblyLamePun merry Sioux]] are a GaryStu-topia. They're communists, [[FanDisservice have no sexual hangups]], and the sheer amount of male solidarity, while reflecting traditions, is taken to extremes, though ''not'' to the extreme of misogyny. They're also completely friendly to anyone, even the white men trying to kill them, as contrasted with the AlwaysChaoticEvil Pawnee, who even attack their white ''allies''.
* In ''Little Buddha'', the King attempts to invoke this when his son, the Prince Siddhartha decides to leave the palace to learn more about the world. The whole city seems to live in the same splendor the Prince does, so it seems like he has no reason to leave his home... until Siddhartha sees a poor beggar wander into the crowd who is then hauled away by the guards. This revelation about the world is one of the things that causes Siddhartha to begin a journey that will ultimately lead him to become the Buddha.

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* ''DancesWithWolves'''s ''Film/DancesWithWolves'''s [[IncrediblyLamePun merry Sioux]] are a GaryStu-topia. They're communists, [[FanDisservice have no sexual hangups]], and the sheer amount of male solidarity, while reflecting traditions, is taken to extremes, though ''not'' to the extreme of misogyny. They're also completely friendly to anyone, even the white men trying to kill them, as contrasted with the AlwaysChaoticEvil Pawnee, who even attack their white ''allies''.
* In ''Little Buddha'', ''Film/LittleBuddha'', the King attempts to invoke this when his son, the Prince Siddhartha decides to leave the palace to learn more about the world. The whole city seems to live in the same splendor the Prince does, so it seems like he has no reason to leave his home... until Siddhartha sees a poor beggar wander into the crowd who is then hauled away by the guards. This revelation about the world is one of the things that causes Siddhartha to begin a journey that will ultimately lead him to become the Buddha.
30th Nov '17 3:36:28 PM HighCrate
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* The world of [[IncrediblyLamePun Unicornicopia]] from ''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic''.

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* %%* The world of [[IncrediblyLamePun Unicornicopia]] from ''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic''.
30th Nov '17 3:01:51 PM hubakon1368
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* The world of [[IncrediblyLamePun Unicornicopia]] from ''Fanfic/MyLittleUnicorn''.

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* The world of [[IncrediblyLamePun Unicornicopia]] from ''Fanfic/MyLittleUnicorn''.''Fanfic/MyBravePonyStarfleetMagic''.
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