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8th May '16 2:34:05 PM Morgenthaler
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* In WickedLovely, they are commonly refferd to as the fey, one on it's own is a faery. The world is faerie.

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* In WickedLovely, Literature/WickedLovely, they are commonly refferd to as the fey, one on it's own is a faery. The world is faerie.
7th May '16 10:47:29 AM Eievie
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[[AC: [[TheFairFolk Fairy/Phaery]]]]

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[[AC:[[OurVampiresAreDifferent Vampire/Vampyr(e)]]]]

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** Or even, [[FanNickname on rare occasions]], "[[VideoGame/DwarfFortress dorfs]]."

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** Or even, [[FanNickname on rare occasions]], "[[VideoGame/DwarfFortress dorfs]]."[[VideoGame/DwarfFortress "dorfs"]].



* ChinaMieville's PerdidoStreetStation [[Literature/TheScar and]] [[Literature/IronCouncil sequels]] employ this trope heavily -- vampirs, chymistry, elyctric elementals...

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* ChinaMieville's PerdidoStreetStation [[Literature/TheScar and]] [[Literature/IronCouncil sequels]] employ this trope heavily -- vampirs, chymistry, elyctric elementals...elementals.


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* ''Literature/TheCrescentMoonKingdoms'': Justified, in that they're alternate transliterations of terms from Arabic. Still, the book is riddled with "alkhemy," "faroes," and of course, "ghuls."
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13th Mar '16 1:13:24 AM GrammarNavi
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* Averted in ''Goblin Moon'', where "fairy" is the name of the race, while "Fae" and "Farisee" are apparently two different ''nationalities'' within that race. (The Biblical overtones of the latter may be intentional, as some of TeresaEdgerton's nonhuman cultures are analogs to real-world human cultures.)

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* Averted in ''Goblin Moon'', where "fairy" is the name of the race, while "Fae" and "Farisee" are apparently two different ''nationalities'' within that race. (The Biblical overtones of the latter may be intentional, as some of TeresaEdgerton's Creator/TeresaEdgerton's nonhuman cultures are analogs to real-world human cultures.)
28th Feb '16 9:22:08 AM nombretomado
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* One ''{{Blade}}'' series implies that vampires and vampyres are actually different things.

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* One ''{{Blade}}'' ''Franchise/{{Blade}}'' series implies that vampires and vampyres are actually different things.
6th Feb '16 7:41:32 AM Koveras
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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', knights are "Ser" not "Sir". The ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' series, much influenced by ASOIAF, does the same thing.

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* In ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', knights are "Ser" not "Sir". The ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' ''Franchise/DragonAge'' series, much influenced by ASOIAF, does the same thing.
12th Jan '16 6:02:58 PM nombretomado
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* ''RuneScape''[='s=] vampires are vampyres (noted in the quest name "Vampyre Slayer"), with the tie-in novels being the current notable exception spelling-wise.

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* ''RuneScape''[='s=] ''VideoGame/RuneScape''[='s=] vampires are vampyres (noted in the quest name "Vampyre Slayer"), with the tie-in novels being the current notable exception spelling-wise.
5th Dec '15 9:57:54 PM AirofMystery
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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', knights are "Ser" not "Sir".

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* In ''Series/GameOfThrones'', ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', knights are "Ser" not "Sir"."Sir". The ''VideoGame/DragonAge'' series, much influenced by ASOIAF, does the same thing.
28th Nov '15 8:25:02 PM nombretomado
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* In ''TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel'', Flamel is called the Alchemyst and that's also used as the first book's title.

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* In ''TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel'', ''Literature/TheSecretsOfTheImmortalNicholasFlamel'', Flamel is called the Alchemyst and that's also used as the first book's title.
22nd Oct '15 11:16:24 AM LadyJafaria
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** Also "Wizzard", but that was an [[RougeAnglesOfSatin in-universe spelling error]] on Rincewind's part. It becomes a plot point in ''Discworld/InterestingTimes'' when Unseen University is instructed to send "a Great Wizzard" and because there's only one wizard who spells it like that, [[ButtMonkey they send him]]. (The use of a different spelling for differentiation actually kind of applies. Rincewind is not like most wizards. Mainly, [[IneptMage he can't do any actual wizardry]].)
11th Sep '15 3:48:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* In addition to the above vampire/vampyre example, various words in the ''Darkangel Trilogy'' have odd spellings, [[spoiler: which may be justified as corruptions of the original language of the Ancient Ones]]. Squatty underground-dwellers are [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame duaroughs]], big black birds are rhuks, scaly creatures are [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dracgs]], and sweet pale-orange fruits are [[HowDoYouLikeThemApples apricoks]].

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* In addition to the above vampire/vampyre example, various words in the ''Darkangel Trilogy'' have odd spellings, [[spoiler: which may be justified as corruptions of the original language of the Ancient Ones]]. Squatty underground-dwellers are [[OurDwarvesAreAllTheSame duaroughs]], big black birds are rhuks, scaly creatures are [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dracgs]], and sweet pale-orange fruits are [[HowDoYouLikeThemApples apricoks]].apricoks.
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