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13th Jun '16 11:30:17 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* In ''TableTopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'', Vladimir Ludzig is a vampyre (a predatory species that once had the same ecological purpose as wolves, except they preyed on humans) from an alternate world where his kind conquered humanity, and uses this system to feed themselves. Having been transported to the Demiplane of Dread via the mists, his rather ambitious goal is to do the same there.
3rd Jun '16 7:03:55 PM Deathhacker
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* In the ''{{VideoGame/Skyrim}}'' DLC Dawnguard, you visit Castle Volkiar, which has a clan of vampires residing in it for possibly millennias. Rather than feed on random people, they have their own "Vampire Cattle", which are mesmerized humans and humanoids living in cages acting as both a food source and as servants. However they don't seem to breed them, rather they use a local Skooma den as a front for kidnapping druggies to be turned into cattle. If you choose to side with the Vampires, you can use the cattle to help with your blood cravings, or level up your skills.
2nd Apr '16 12:17:38 PM WillKeaton
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* ''TheGamer'' has slavers who kidnap individiduals with high magic power and use them on magic-farms, harvesting their ability for energy in general, in addition to exploiting any particular talents they may have. The main character, being a developing but exceedingly promising magic user themed on video-game mechanics is in severe danger of being a target of these slavers while he is still leveling up and developing the skills needed to defend himself.

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* ''TheGamer'' ''Webcomic/TheGamer'' has slavers who kidnap individiduals with high magic power and use them on magic-farms, harvesting their ability for energy in general, in addition to exploiting any particular talents they may have. The main character, being a developing but exceedingly promising magic user themed on video-game mechanics is in severe danger of being a target of these slavers while he is still leveling up and developing the skills needed to defend himself.
2nd Apr '16 12:16:45 PM WillKeaton
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* TheGamer has slavers who kidnap individiduals with high magic power and use them on magic-farms, harvesting their ability for energy in general, in addition to exploiting any particular talents they may have. The main character, being a developing but exceedingly promising magic user themed on video-game mechanics is in severe danger of being a target of these slavers while he is still leveling up and developing the skills needed to defend himself.

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* TheGamer ''TheGamer'' has slavers who kidnap individiduals with high magic power and use them on magic-farms, harvesting their ability for energy in general, in addition to exploiting any particular talents they may have. The main character, being a developing but exceedingly promising magic user themed on video-game mechanics is in severe danger of being a target of these slavers while he is still leveling up and developing the skills needed to defend himself.
15th Mar '16 8:34:58 PM quirkygenius
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Want to show that the bad guys (or possibly the AlienInvasion) are really, truly ''evil?'' Want them to cross the MoralEventHorizon without having to do much work? Want them to just terrify everybody into oblivion? Easy! Just state -- or really heavily imply -- that they breed humans like livestock, or keep them like animals in vast People Farms. Their purpose needn't be specified. [[ToServeMan Eating us?]] Harvesting [[OurSoulsAreDifferent our souls?]] Being bred for our skills in magic? HumanResources? Because they [[{{Rule 34}} like to watch]]? Doesn't matter. Just the implication is enough to {{squick}} people.

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Want to show that the bad guys (or possibly the AlienInvasion) are really, truly ''evil?'' Want them to cross the MoralEventHorizon without having to do much work? Want them to just terrify everybody into oblivion? Easy! Just state -- or really heavily imply -- that they breed humans like livestock, or keep them like animals in vast People Farms. Their purpose needn't be specified. [[ToServeMan Eating us?]] Harvesting [[OurSoulsAreDifferent our souls?]] Being bred for our skills in magic? HumanResources? Because they [[{{Rule 34}} like to watch]]? watch]] or [[MarsNeedsWomen more sinister]] [[SexSlave reasons]]? Doesn't matter. Just the implication is enough to {{squick}} people.
29th Feb '16 2:26:40 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/TheWarriorHeir'', there are a number of classes of magic user, all oppreseed by the wizards. The protagonist, who is a warrior (with magically improved fighting skills) finds out the villains want to use him for breeding new warriors, who can then fight to death to settle wizards' conflicts. [[spoiler: He has already escaped their clutches when the nagging suspcion that that's what they want is confirmed.]]

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* In ''Literature/TheWarriorHeir'', there are a number of classes of magic user, all oppreseed oppressed by the wizards. The protagonist, who is a warrior (with magically improved fighting skills) finds out the villains want to use him for breeding new warriors, who can then fight to death to settle wizards' conflicts. [[spoiler: He has already escaped their clutches when the nagging suspcion suspicion that that's what they want is confirmed.]]
29th Feb '16 2:26:08 AM Gowan
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* In ''Literature/TheWarriorHeir'', there are a number of classes of magic user, all oppreseed by the wizards. The protagonist, who is a warrior (with magically improved fighting skills) finds out the villains want to use him for breeding new warriors, who can then fight to death to settle wizards' conflicts. [[spoiler: He has already escaped their clutches when the nagging suspcion that that's what they want is confirmed.]]
7th Feb '16 11:55:06 PM Anddrix
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* In ''Film/JupiterAscending'', the sole point of Earth (and countless other planets seeded by the Abrasax family) is to grow a sizable population and turn them into immortality bathwater.

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* In ''Film/JupiterAscending'', the sole point of Earth (and countless other planets seeded by the Abrasax family) is to grow a sizable population and turn then kill the entire planet overnight, turning them into immortality bathwater.
4th Feb '16 9:57:25 PM Nohbody
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* German Band ''Samsas Traum'' released the audio play ''20 Schritte Freiheit'' (20 Steps of freedom) in four parts on four of their albums. It tells the story of a bunch of humans which are kept in cages, to pillory the problems of lifestock farming.
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* German Band ''Samsas Traum'' released the audio play ''20 Schritte Freiheit'' (20 Steps of freedom) in four parts on four of their albums. It tells the story of a bunch of humans which are kept in cages, to pillory the problems of lifestock farming.
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1st Feb '16 2:56:31 PM DoctorCooper
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