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24th Aug '16 7:22:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* Cittagazze in ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''. The Spectres suck the soul out of anyone who has hit puberty.

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* Cittagazze in ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials''. The Spectres suck the soul out of anyone who has hit puberty.



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* The RealityShow ''Series/KidNation'' was based off this trope.

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20th Aug '16 9:19:56 AM Tre
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* Naturally, SyFy's miniseries ''Series/{{Neverland}}'', which serves as an OriginStory for Peter Pan, and "[[{{Technobabble}} explains]]" that no one ages in Neverland because it's on a planet in the center of the universe, so time stands still for anyone there.

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* Naturally, SyFy's Creator/{{Syfy}}'s miniseries ''Series/{{Neverland}}'', which serves as an OriginStory for Peter Pan, and "[[{{Technobabble}} explains]]" that no one ages in Neverland because it's on a planet in the center of the universe, so time stands still for anyone there.
14th Jun '16 4:42:40 AM Dravencour
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The trope name is something of a misnomer, since in J.M. Barrie's ''Literature/PeterPan'', being on Neverland didn't actually stop anyone from growing older, though it works that way in many adaptations.

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The trope name, which comes from the name is something of a misnomer, since the MagicalLand in J.M. Barrie's ''Literature/PeterPan'', is something of a misnomer, since being on in Neverland didn't actually stop anyone from growing older, though it works that way in many adaptations.
28th Mar '16 4:59:48 AM Morgenthaler
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* The ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E06ChildhoodsEnd "Childhood's End"]] features a set of villages populated entirely by children (and young adults) because they commit ritual suicide upon turning 24.

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* The ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E06ChildhoodsEnd "Childhood's End"]] features a set of villages populated entirely by children (and young adults) because they commit ritual suicide upon turning 24. This is revealed to be the result of an Ancient setting up a forcefield on the planet to protect them from the Wraith, but because the shield was only so big they turned to PopulationControl.
29th Nov '15 12:18:02 PM morenohijazo
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* The ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode "Childhood's End" features a set of villages populated entirely by children (and young adults) because they commit ritual suicide upon turning 24.

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* The ''Series/StargateAtlantis'' episode [[Recap/StargateAtlantisS01E06ChildhoodsEnd "Childhood's End" End"]] features a set of villages populated entirely by children (and young adults) because they commit ritual suicide upon turning 24.
29th Nov '15 11:54:45 AM morenohijazo
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* The ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "Miri" contains a fairly dark example: A planet of [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld long-lived, unaging]] children who sicken and die upon reaching long-delayed adolescence.

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* The ''Series/{{Star Trek|The Original Series}}'' episode "Miri" [[Recap/StarTrekS1E8Miri "Miri"]] contains a fairly dark example: A planet of [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld long-lived, unaging]] children who sicken and die upon reaching long-delayed adolescence.
23rd Oct '15 4:41:09 PM nombretomado
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** Interestingly, it's never revealed whether the reason is that the Kokiri themselves are immortal, if it comes from all the [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies that congregate there]], or if it's because of the mysterious protection of the Deku Tree (the implication in the sequel WindWaker is that the Kokiri might just be its humanoid ''children'', with a lifespan comparable to its own)

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** Interestingly, it's never revealed whether the reason is that the Kokiri themselves are immortal, if it comes from all the [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies that congregate there]], or if it's because of the mysterious protection of the Deku Tree (the implication in the sequel WindWaker ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker Wind Waker]]'' is that the Kokiri might just be its humanoid ''children'', with a lifespan comparable to its own)
16th Jun '15 11:37:29 AM Paranoia
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** Interestingly, it's never revealed whether the reason is that the Kokiri themselves are immortal, if it comes from all the [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies that congregate there]], or if it's because of the mysterious protection of the Deku Tree.

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** Interestingly, it's never revealed whether the reason is that the Kokiri themselves are immortal, if it comes from all the [[OurFairiesAreDifferent fairies that congregate there]], or if it's because of the mysterious protection of the Deku Tree.Tree (the implication in the sequel WindWaker is that the Kokiri might just be its humanoid ''children'', with a lifespan comparable to its own)
20th Mar '15 6:03:57 AM jormis29
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* The RealityShow ''KidNation'' was based off this trope.

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* The RealityShow ''KidNation'' ''Series/KidNation'' was based off this trope.
25th Jun '13 5:20:24 PM GlennMagusHarvey
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Not to be confused with the game developer {{Creator/Neverland}}.
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