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18th Feb '18 11:51:00 AM nombretomado
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* TheVirus in ''Hosts'' would've turned the planet into a host-body farm if RepairmanJack hadn't stopped it.

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* TheVirus in ''Hosts'' would've turned the planet into a host-body farm if RepairmanJack Literature/RepairmanJack hadn't stopped it.
21st Jan '18 8:37:31 AM zarpaulus
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}'' Xenophobic or Authoritarian empires can enslave certain species as "Livestock" that are regularly culled for food.
15th Jan '18 12:32:38 AM macrochasm
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*Similar to the above example ''Film/BladeTrinity'' has the [[Main/VampireHunter Nightstalkers]] stumble upon a factory run by vampires that has comatose humans being drained if their blood.
23rd Oct '17 8:54:10 PM PaulA
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** Subverted in the Draco's Tavern short story "Assimilating Our Culture, That's What They're Doing". The alien race in that story enjoys eating humans and other sentient species, but is horrified at the very idea of taking sentient life. [[spoiler: So they grow human bodies without functional brains in vats and then eat them.]]

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** Subverted in the Draco's Tavern [[Literature/TheDracoTavern Draco Tavern]] short story "Assimilating Our Culture, That's What They're Doing". The alien race in that story enjoys eating humans and other sentient species, but is horrified at the very idea of taking sentient life. [[spoiler: So they grow human bodies without functional brains in vats and then eat them.]]
18th Oct '17 7:37:42 PM PaulA
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** In Niven's "[[Literature/KnownSpace Bordered in Black]]", which strongly implies that a very humanlike population on another planet was being maintained for food by unknown aliens.

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** In Niven's "[[Literature/KnownSpace Bordered in Black]]", which "Literature/BorderedInBlack" strongly implies that a very humanlike population on another planet was being maintained for food by unknown aliens.
12th Oct '17 5:56:58 PM sgamer82
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* The original draft of ''[[OzBooks The Patchwork Girl of Oz'' had a chapter where a colony of PlantPeople similar to the Mangaboos who had a garden where humans were literally grown, presumably for food. A surviving illustration Neill's show plants with the heads of humans (children included) being watered by their growers. Baum eventually considered the chapter too morbid and omitted it.

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* The original draft of ''[[OzBooks ''[[Literature/LandOfOz The Patchwork Girl of Oz'' Oz]]'' had a chapter where a colony of PlantPeople similar to the Mangaboos who had a garden where humans were literally grown, presumably for food. A surviving illustration Neill's show plants with the heads of humans (children included) being watered by their growers. Baum eventually considered the chapter too morbid and omitted it.
4th Oct '17 9:59:12 PM bweb
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* This was the original intent of the Talosians in StarTrekTheOriginalSeries. It was quickly abandoned when the Talosians learned, through their observations of Capt. Pike and their assimilation of Earth history, that humans preferred death over captivity, even when it was pleasant.
22nd Sep '17 4:07:29 PM harostar
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* Discussed in ''Manga/AttackOnTitan''. [[spoiler: While talking with Grisha Yeager, Eren Kruger states that this is the true purpose of the Eldian Internment Zones. While Marleyan propaganda presents the camps as merciful, in reality the camps exist to maintain a captive population of Eldians under the government's control. Since Titans are a cornerstone of the nation's military, every single Eldian born within the camps is a potential weapon. Furthermore, Kruger points out that once military technology renders the Titans obsolete, it's likely that Marley will simply carry out a FinalSolution against the now-useless Eldians]].
12th Sep '17 2:11:57 AM M84
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* The FirstEpisodeSpoiler of ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' is that the idyllic orphanage the main characters live in is in fact a meat farm. The children that leave the home to be adopted are in fact being killed and collected by demonic looking creatures. Following this discovery, Emma and Norman set themselves to discovering the ins and outs of their captivity in the hope of setting everyone free before the next shipment is due. [[spoiler:They later discover they were relatively fortunate since they were raised in free-range farms. Most children are born and raised in the demons' version of '''factory farms'''.]]

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* The FirstEpisodeSpoiler of ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' is that the idyllic orphanage the main characters live in is in fact a meat farm. The children that leave the home to be adopted are in fact being killed and collected by demonic looking creatures. Following this discovery, Emma and Norman set themselves to discovering the ins and outs of their captivity in the hope of setting everyone free before the next shipment is due. [[spoiler:They later discover they were relatively fortunate since they were raised in one of the free-range farms. Most children are born and raised in the demons' version of '''factory farms'''.]]
12th Sep '17 2:10:36 AM M84
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* The FirstEpisodeSpoiler of ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' is that the idyllic orphanage the main characters live in is in fact a meat farm. The children that leave the home to be adopted are in fact being killed and collected by demonic looking creatures. Following this discovery, Emma and Norman set themselves to discovering the ins and outs of their captivity in the hope of setting everyone free before the next shipment is due.

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* The FirstEpisodeSpoiler of ''Manga/ThePromisedNeverland'' is that the idyllic orphanage the main characters live in is in fact a meat farm. The children that leave the home to be adopted are in fact being killed and collected by demonic looking creatures. Following this discovery, Emma and Norman set themselves to discovering the ins and outs of their captivity in the hope of setting everyone free before the next shipment is due. [[spoiler:They later discover they were relatively fortunate since they were raised in free-range farms. Most children are born and raised in the demons' version of '''factory farms'''.]]
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