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12th Jun '17 6:37:03 AM Piterpicher
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* The race of the titular character from {{Bomberman}} is usually this (his race changed between robot, alien, and humanoid with a helmet in his earlier games). More recent games seem to have settled on his race being a race of Robotic Lifeforms.

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* The race of the titular character from {{Bomberman}} VideoGame/{{Bomberman}} is usually this (his race changed between robot, alien, and humanoid with a helmet in his earlier games). More recent games seem to have settled on his race being a race of Robotic Lifeforms.
18th May '17 1:11:05 AM ElectroKraken
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** Robots in general are treated no differently as people.

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** Robots in general are not treated no much differently as people.than other people. They're even capable of sexual reproduction.
11th May '17 10:36:33 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when clues are discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become, and the two races agree to share the world equally.]]


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* Like the Transformers, Marvel's ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when clues are discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become, and the two races agree to share the world equally.]]
11th May '17 10:34:32 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when clues are discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]

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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. lives. The conflict of the story arises when clues are discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The become, and the two races agree to share the world equally.]]
11th May '17 10:34:08 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]

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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is clues are discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]
11th May '17 10:33:44 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to to tend the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]

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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to to tend protect the world and nurse it back to habitability. habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]
11th May '17 10:29:04 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseBased based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to to tend the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]

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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseBased [[MerchandiseDriven based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to to tend the world and nurse it back to habitability. habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]
11th May '17 10:28:52 AM HelloLamppost
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** Like the Transformers, the ''Starriors'' miniseries by Louise Simonson was [[MerchandiseBased based on a line of toys]] and is not part of the main Marvel Universe, but it's very well done. When solar flares threaten the Earth, the surviving humans decide to go into [[HumanPopsicle suspended animation]] until the catastrophe passes, leaving robots called Starriors to to tend the world and nurse it back to habitability. Unfortunately, the sleeping humans' alarm clock never goes off, and the Starriors gradually forget about them, except as vague legends, and continue leading their own lives. The conflict of the story arises when a lead is discovered to the sleeping humans' location, and the Starriors go to war over whether or not it's a good idea to wake them. In the end, [[spoiler: the heroes wake the humans, who are both grateful and amazed at how fully sentient the robots have become. The two races agree to share the world equally.]]
6th May '17 8:02:12 PM nombretomado
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* As mentioned in the Toys folder, the [[Franchise/TransformersFilmSeries Transformers]] are described as "autonomous robotic organisms." The term "Autobot" is apparently an abbreviation of this term.

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* As mentioned in the Toys folder, the [[Franchise/TransformersFilmSeries [[Film/TransformersFilmSeries Transformers]] are described as "autonomous robotic organisms." The term "Autobot" is apparently an abbreviation of this term.
3rd May '17 2:10:53 AM weirdfantasy
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* A few sequences from various ''[[Animation/TheMindsEye Mind's Eye]]'' videos feature robots and robotic animals, from singing parrots to dinosaurs.
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