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21st Feb '17 6:37:49 PM Theriocephalus
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** In ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'', a number of these beings show up as a result of the Hogfather's disappearance creating a lot of loss belief that "grounds" itself by creating various odd-job personifications, including the Verruca Gnome, who goes around distributing verrucas out of a bag. Jack Frost also shows up, literally painting frost on windows. Apparently, he's really fond of doing ferns until the Verruca Gnome convinces him to branch out, resulting in pictures like three puppies poking out of a boot appearing in the first one people's windows.

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** In ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'', a number of these beings show up as a result of the Hogfather's disappearance creating a lot of loss belief that "grounds" itself by creating various odd-job personifications, including the Verruca Gnome, who goes around distributing verrucas out of a bag. Jack Frost also shows up, literally painting frost on windows. Apparently, he's really fond of doing ferns until the Verruca Gnome convinces him to branch out, resulting in pictures like three puppies poking out of a boot appearing in the first one frost on people's windows.
21st Feb '17 4:49:36 PM Theriocephalus
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** In ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'', a number of these beings show up as a result of the Hogfather's disappearance creating a lot of loss belief that "grounds" itself by creating various odd-job personifications, including the Verruca Gnome, who goes around distributing breaks out of a bag. Jack Frost also shows up, literally painting frost on windows. Apparently, he's really fond of doing ferns until the Verruca Gnome convinces him to branch out, resulting in pictures like three puppies poking out of a boot appearing in the first one people's windows.

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** In ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'', a number of these beings show up as a result of the Hogfather's disappearance creating a lot of loss belief that "grounds" itself by creating various odd-job personifications, including the Verruca Gnome, who goes around distributing breaks verrucas out of a bag. Jack Frost also shows up, literally painting frost on windows. Apparently, he's really fond of doing ferns until the Verruca Gnome convinces him to branch out, resulting in pictures like three puppies poking out of a boot appearing in the first one people's windows.
21st Feb '17 4:45:37 PM Theriocephalus
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* ''FanFic/ThroughTheWellOfPirene'': Besides the ponies' managing of nature from the show, the goblins in the Everfree do weather work of their own, making rainbows out of crushed gemstones and manticore oil, clouds with water and huge fans and lightning with jars of static and electrically charged thunderstones.
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* A lot of these show up in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'' including Jack Frost and the Verruca Gnome. Note that in Discworld, human belief can create supernatural beings, so this raises a chicken-or-egg question.
** And the title character of ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'', and his counterpart the Summer Lady.

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* A lot of these show up in Creator/TerryPratchett's ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'' including Jack Frost and the Verruca Gnome.''Literature/{{Discworld}}''. Note that in Discworld, human belief can create supernatural beings, so this raises a chicken-or-egg question.
** In ''Discworld/{{Hogfather}}'', a number of these beings show up as a result of the Hogfather's disappearance creating a lot of loss belief that "grounds" itself by creating various odd-job personifications, including the Verruca Gnome, who goes around distributing breaks out of a bag. Jack Frost also shows up, literally painting frost on windows. Apparently, he's really fond of doing ferns until the Verruca Gnome convinces him to branch out, resulting in pictures like three puppies poking out of a boot appearing in the first one people's windows.
** And the title character of ''Discworld/{{Wintersmith}}'', and his counterpart the Summer Lady.Lady, who bring and end the seasons.



* ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' has the sleeping goddess Burn. Since she dreams existence into reality, ''Burn's Pain'' is supposedly the source of Earthquakes, when the sleep of the goddess is disturbed or she is in pain.

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* ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' has the sleeping goddess Burn. Since she dreams existence into reality, ''Burn's Pain'' is supposedly the source of Earthquakes, earthquakes, when the sleep of the goddess is disturbed or she is in pain.pain.
''Literature/JamesAndTheGiantPeach'': As James and the insects fly over the Atlantic Ocean, they encounter the Cloud-Men, a civilization of ghostly humanoids who make the weather, sculpting hailstones, crafting and painting rainbows and producing blizzards.
17th Feb '17 3:00:25 PM StFan
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* The characters in the WesternAnimation/{{Pixar Short|s}} ''La Luna'' are in charge of sweeping stars along the surface of the moon, thus creating the moon's phases.



* The characters in the PixarShort ''La Luna'' are in charge of sweeping stars along the surface of the moon, thus creating the moon's phases.
17th Feb '17 2:59:23 PM StFan
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* All the fairies from ''Anime/ALittleSnowFairySugar'' create the weather by playing their instruments.
** Turmeric in particular seems to fit the artist type, not being satisfied with anything less than the perfect cloud.
* Multiple characters in ''{{Franchise/Anpanman}}''. Some include the citizens of the Flower Kingdom (each have a separate flower they're designed after, and each of them tend to that certain flower), Princess Nakayubi (a harvest princess, she helps fruits and vegetables grow in autumn) and Onsen-kun (has the ability to create hot springs).

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* All the fairies from ''Anime/ALittleSnowFairySugar'' create the weather by playing their instruments.
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instruments. Turmeric in particular seems to fit the artist type, not being satisfied with anything less than the perfect cloud.
* Multiple characters in ''{{Franchise/Anpanman}}''. ''Franchise/{{Anpanman}}''. Some include the citizens of the Flower Kingdom (each have a separate flower they're designed after, and each of them tend to that certain flower), Princess Nakayubi (a harvest princess, she helps fruits and vegetables grow in autumn) and Onsen-kun (has the ability to create hot springs).
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* ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' has a variety of servants who work to keep the dream world in order. It's implied that the beautiful scenery people dream about takes some effort to create.
** Of course, being The Dreaming, such effort varies. Adding a new wing to the library is as simple as pasting up wallpaper containing a picture of the new wing, like a portable hole.
* Some of the ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}'', such as Santa Claus and North Wind, appear to have these roles.

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* ''ComicBook/TheSandman'' has a variety of servants who work to keep the dream world in order. It's implied that the beautiful scenery people dream about takes some effort to create.
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create. Of course, being The Dreaming, such effort varies. Adding a new wing to the library is as simple as pasting up wallpaper containing a picture of the new wing, like a portable hole.
* Some of the ''Comicbook/{{Fables}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'', such as Santa Claus and North Wind, appear to have these roles.
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* A segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' has a Mother Nature type spirit who causes plant life to spring forth following a devastating volcanic eruption.

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* A segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' ''Disney/Fantasia2000'' has a Mother Nature type spirit who causes plant life to spring forth following a devastating volcanic eruption.






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* The [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] film ''Jack Frost'' featured a Grandfather Frost who used a magic wand that looked like a giant icicle to put frost on the trees in winter. Cue Mike:

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* The [[Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000 MST3K]] ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' film ''Jack Frost'' featured a Grandfather Frost who used a magic wand that looked like a giant icicle to put frost on the trees in winter. Cue Mike:






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* Originates, of course, in mythology and folklore--every tradition (at least in Europe and other parts of the world with major seasonal variations) probably has at least a few. Other depictions may borrow these, or just use generic fairies or nature spirits.

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* Originates, of course, in mythology and folklore--every folklore -- every tradition (at least in Europe and other parts of the world with major seasonal variations) probably has at least a few. Other depictions may borrow these, or just use generic fairies or nature spirits.
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* [[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Shizuha_Aki Aki Shizuha]] from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is the [[OddJobGods local goddess]] of [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway turning leaves]]. She turns leaves red by painting them by hand, which is why the leaves have different hues of colors, and she makes leaves fall from trees by kicking the tree and getting the leaves to scatter.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'':
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[[http://en.touhouwiki.net/wiki/Shizuha_Aki Aki Shizuha]] from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' is the [[OddJobGods local goddess]] of [[WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway turning leaves]]. She turns leaves red by painting them by hand, which is why the leaves have different hues of colors, and she makes leaves fall from trees by kicking the tree and getting the leaves to scatter.



* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' is a meta-example: It uses ProceduralGeneration to simulate weather, erosion, placement of lakes and rivers in extremely complex detail. Software engineers who work on aerodynamics simulations of the sort that run on ''Cray supercomputers'' are impressed by this game.
** [[RealityEnsues Your mundane computer's processors, on the other hand]]... The game won't [[ExplosiveOverclocking melt your PC]], but the playerbase still recommends that anyone playing on a PC with a processors from before TheNewTens or on a laptop should start worldgen, then go fix themselves a snack.

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* ''VideoGame/DwarfFortress'' is a meta-example: It uses ProceduralGeneration to simulate weather, erosion, placement of lakes and rivers in extremely complex detail. Software engineers who work on aerodynamics simulations of the sort that run on ''Cray supercomputers'' are impressed by this game.
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game. [[RealityEnsues Your mundane computer's processors, on the other hand]]... The game won't [[ExplosiveOverclocking melt your PC]], but the playerbase still recommends that anyone playing on a PC with a processors from before TheNewTens or on a laptop should start worldgen, then go fix themselves a snack.






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* This is apparently the sort of thing ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'''s Regional Fairies do. [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=150 This bonus page]] demonstrates one of them making metal rusty.
* A mundane scientific version shows up in ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}''. Winston's specialty as a veterinarian is actually not larger animals like [[UpliftedAnimal Florence]], but the unpleasant-but-necessary microfauna of Planet Jean's freshly-terraformed ecosystem -- things like parasites and vermin.
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%%** Pegasi control the weather and Earth ponies have the innate ability to make plants grow and care for "wild" animals. The pony population as a whole is responsible for changing the seasons -- for example, by cleaning up winter snow to make way for spring, and by shaking the autumn leaves out of trees.

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%%** ** Pegasi control the weather and Earth ponies have the innate ability to make plants grow and care for "wild" animals. The pony population as a whole is responsible for changing the seasons -- for example, by cleaning up winter snow to make way for spring, and by shaking the autumn leaves out of trees.



* JackFrost also appears in ''WesternAnimation/FrostysWinterWonderland.''

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* JackFrost Jack Frost also appears in ''WesternAnimation/FrostysWinterWonderland.''



* In [[WesternAnimation/The7D the land of Jollywood,]] winter is ended by Jollywood Joe, the Spring Chicken, perching on the castle and clucking.
* [[WesternAnimation/{{Rupert}} Rupert Bear]] is on a first name basis with a lot of these beings around his home town.

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* ''WesternAnimation/The7D'': In [[WesternAnimation/The7D the land of Jollywood,]] Jollywood, winter is ended by Jollywood Joe, the Spring Chicken, perching on the castle and clucking.
* [[WesternAnimation/{{Rupert}} ''WesternAnimation/{{Rupert}}'': Rupert Bear]] Bear is on a first name first-name basis with a lot of these beings around his home town.






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* This is apparently the sort of thing ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'''s Regional Fairies do. [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=150 This bonus page]] demonstrates one of them making metal rusty.
* A mundane scientific version shows up in ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}''. Winston's specialty as a veterinarian is actually not larger animals like [[UpliftedAnimal Florence]], but the unpleasant-but-necessary microfauna of Planet Jean's freshly-terraformed ecosystem-- things like parasites and vermin.

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* This is apparently Modellers that work on CGI movies can attest to the sort amount of thing ''Webcomic/GunnerkriggCourt'''s Regional Fairies do. [[http://www.gunnerkrigg.com/archive_page.php?comicID=150 This bonus page]] demonstrates one work it takes to make an environment. But instead of them making metal rusty.
* A mundane scientific version shows up in ''Webcomic/{{Freefall}}''. Winston's specialty as a veterinarian is actually not larger animals like [[UpliftedAnimal Florence]], but the unpleasant-but-necessary microfauna of Planet Jean's freshly-terraformed ecosystem--
fairies, we have coders and programs to make things like parasites snow and vermin.
sand.
* For that matter, any sort of digital media such as video games. One of the major skills designers (of any sort) tend to learn quickly if they want to maintain their sanity is the difference between needing/wanting/having a realistic environment and a believable one. In the former, you do this trope. In the latter, you only do as much of this trope as needed to fool the viewer.
* In Moscow it's customary to disperse rain clouds prior to major festivals by spraying them with silver-based reagents from jet planes.




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* Modellers that work on CGI movies can attest to the amount of work it takes to make an environment. But instead of fairies, we have coders and programs to make things like snow and sand.
** For that matter, any sort of digital media such as video games. One of the major skills designers (of any sort) tend to learn quickly if they want to maintain their sanity is the difference between needing/wanting/having a realistic environment and a believable one. In the former, you do this trope. In the latter, you only do as much of this trope as needed to fool the viewer.
* In Moscow it's customary to disperse rain clouds prior to major festivals by spraying them with silver-based reagents from jet planes.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'': The characters live on Planet Smileyland, where they can control whether it is day or night, or summer or winter, by pulling ropes.
4th Dec '16 11:14:56 AM Discar
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* In the Swedish picture book ''Olles skidfärd'' (app. "Olle's skiing trip") the boy Olle gets to meet King Bore, the ruler of winter. The King has an antagonistic relationship with Old Woman Thaw (an old hag with a bucket and broom), not because he minds her mistress Princess Spring taking over each year, but because Old Woman Thaw can't keep the time if her life depended on it, and will invariably be either too early or too late.

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* In the Swedish picture book ''Olles skidfärd'' (app. "Olle's skiing trip") the boy Olle gets to meet King Bore, the ruler of winter. The King has an antagonistic relationship with Old Woman Thaw (an old hag with a bucket and broom), not because he minds her mistress Princess Spring taking over each year, but because Old Woman Thaw can't keep the time if her life depended on it, and will invariably be either too early or too late.



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* There is also (again in Swedish) ''Vem tar hand om hösten?'' which reveals who takes care of the various seasons when it ''isn't" autumn, winter etc., in case you ever wondered. [[spoiler: The Hare watches over Autumn, Tomten (the Swedish Santa Claus) over Winter, the Lark over Spring, and the Shepherd herds Summer with his sheep.]]

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* There is also (again in Swedish) ''Vem tar hand om hösten?'' which reveals who takes care of the various seasons when it ''isn't" autumn, winter etc., in case you ever wondered. [[spoiler: The Hare watches over Autumn, Tomten (the Swedish Santa Claus) over Winter, the Lark over Spring, and the Shepherd herds Summer with his sheep.]]

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->'''Phoenix:''' [[TheStinger I still can't believe these ponies control the weather!]] It sounds like some sort of twist at the end of a ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episode...

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* ''Literature/MalazanBookOfTheFallen'' has the sleeping goddess Burn. Since she dreams existence into reality, ''Burn's Pain'' is supposedly the source of Earthquakes, when the sleep of the goddess is disturbed or she is in pain.
23rd Jul '16 7:13:59 PM HeraldAlberich
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* A segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' has a Mother Nature type spirit who causes plant life to spring forth following a devastating volcanic eruption.



* This is the Job of fairies in the Disney ''Tinkerbell'' series.



* Both ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' and ''Disney/{{Fantasia 2000}}'' contain examples of this, the former having little fairies that apply dew to flowers, and the latter with a Mother Nature type spirit who causes plant life to spring forth following a devastating volcanic eruption.



*** Some of them, like the Wintersmith or [[TheGrimReaper Death]], aren't necessarily obligated to do every last little detail personally; as anthropomorphic personifications they just have to exist, and do the trade equivalent of checking to make sure the factory production is up to snuff. They ''can'', if they have a particular aim in mind (see again the Wintersmith), but by and large the books compare it to a monarchy; the king exists and makes the rules, but he doesn't personally show up at your home telling you what kind of tea to have on your break.

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*** ** Some of them, like the Wintersmith or [[TheGrimReaper Death]], aren't necessarily obligated to do every last little detail personally; as anthropomorphic personifications they just have to exist, and do the trade equivalent of checking to make sure the factory production is up to snuff. They ''can'', if they have a particular aim in mind (see again the Wintersmith), but by and large the books compare it to a monarchy; the king exists and makes the rules, but he doesn't personally show up at your home telling you what kind of tea to have on your break.



* In ''[[LittleHouseOnThePrairie Little House in the Big Woods]]'' Laura's father tells her that Jack Frost comes to put frost on the windows. This results in Laura attempting to 'catch' Jack Frost in the act.
* In ''TheMagiciansNephew'', Aslan sings Narnia into being.
* Helen Keller wrote -- or thought she wrote -- a perfect fairy tale about melted jewels staining autumn leaves with brilliant colors. It turned out to be a paraphrase from a book that had been read to her. The book's author went on record that Helen's version was better.
* Daniel Curley, ''Ann's Spring''. Mother Nature has her hands full one year with tornadoes and hurricanes, so she asks her daughter Ann to start spring for her. Ann begins the complex task, assisted by her baby brother. The pair handle various snags and beginners' glitches, but things seem to be going okay -- until some neighborhood pranksters lock them in an old truck. Then it starts snowing...

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* In ''[[LittleHouseOnThePrairie ''[[Literature/LittleHouseOnThePrairie Little House in the Big Woods]]'' Laura's father tells her that Jack Frost comes to put frost on the windows. This results in Laura attempting to 'catch' Jack Frost in the act.
* In ''TheMagiciansNephew'', ''Literature/TheMagiciansNephew'', Aslan sings Narnia into being.
* Helen Keller wrote -- or wrote--or thought she wrote -- a wrote--a perfect fairy tale about melted jewels staining autumn leaves with brilliant colors. It turned out to be a paraphrase from a book that had been read to her. The book's author went on record that Helen's version was better.
* Daniel Curley, ''Ann's Spring''. Mother Nature has her hands full one year with tornadoes and hurricanes, so she asks her daughter Ann to start spring for her. Ann begins the complex task, assisted by her baby brother. The pair handle various snags and beginners' glitches, but things seem to be going okay -- until okay--until some neighborhood pranksters lock them in an old truck. Then it starts snowing...



--> Mike: I'm from Northern Wisconsin. I've seen plenty of this
* In the world of [[{{Charmed}} Charmed]] all natural processes are performed by magical creatures. So one day when they're all rendered powerless by [[TheMagicGoesAway the magic going away]], all the plants start to die, with full implications the world would end if magic doesn't return.

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--> Mike: -->'''Mike:''' I'm from Northern Wisconsin. I've seen plenty of this
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* In the world of [[{{Charmed}} Charmed]] ''Series/{{Charmed}}'' all natural processes are performed by magical creatures. So one day when they're all rendered powerless by [[TheMagicGoesAway the magic going away]], all the plants start to die, with full implications that the world would end if magic doesn't return.



* Originates, of course, in mythology and folklore - every tradition (at least in Europe and other parts of the world with major seasonal variations) probably has at least a few. Other depictions may borrow these, or just use generic fairies or nature spirits.

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* Originates, of course, in mythology and folklore - every folklore--every tradition (at least in Europe and other parts of the world with major seasonal variations) probably has at least a few. Other depictions may borrow these, or just use generic fairies or nature spirits.



* In ''{{Exalted}}'', the functions of Creation are run by Elemental spirits. So Elementals of Air drive the winds, Elementals of Earth cause avalanches and raise mountains, Elementals of Wood determine how and where plants will grow, and so on.

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* In ''{{Exalted}}'', ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'', the functions of Creation are run by Elemental spirits. So Elementals of Air drive the winds, Elementals of Earth cause avalanches and raise mountains, Elementals of Wood determine how and where plants will grow, and so on.



->'''Phoenix:''' [[TheStinger I still can't believe these ponies control the weather!]] It sounds like some sort of twist at the end of a ''[[Series/TheTwilightZone Twilight Zone]]'' episode...
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* In Walt Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' during "The Nutcracker Suite" segment, fairies are shown using their magic wands to change the colour of leaves, start the first frost, and so on.

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* In Walt Disney's ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' during "The Nutcracker Suite" segment, fairies are shown using their magic wands to spread dew among flowers and spiderwebs, change the colour of leaves, and start the first frost, and so on.frost (by figure skating across a pond).
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