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14th May '17 10:35:11 AM nombretomado
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* In ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' the two Khalai caste Protoss, in contrast to the [[ProudWarriorRace Templar]] and [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Judicators]] who make up most of the Protoss cast in the wargames, are proud and enthusiastic scientists for sure.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Starcraft}}'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' the two Khalai caste Protoss, in contrast to the [[ProudWarriorRace Templar]] and [[ScaryDogmaticAliens Judicators]] who make up most of the Protoss cast in the wargames, are proud and enthusiastic scientists for sure.
12th Apr '17 6:06:40 PM StarTropes
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** The Vidiians of ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' used to be this until they were struck by [[ThePlague the Phage]], driving them to do increasingly terrible things to other species (mostly involving organ harvesting) in order to survive.
16th Mar '17 6:53:44 AM DarkHunter
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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical. They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it. In fact, one game shows that they tried to advise the Bryyonians to strike a balance of science and magic in their society. The Bryyonians failed, which lead to a [[TheMagicVsTechnologyWar world-ending Magic vs Technology War]]. For added fun, the backstory also establishes that the Chozo were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.

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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical. They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it. In fact, one game shows that they tried to advise the Bryyonians to strike a balance of science and magic in their society. The Bryyonians failed, which lead to a [[TheMagicVsTechnologyWar [[TheMagicVersusTechnologyWar world-ending Magic vs Technology War]]. For added fun, the backstory also establishes that the Chozo were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.
16th Mar '17 6:53:17 AM DarkHunter
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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical. They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it. In fact, one game shows that they tried to advise the Bryyonians to strike a balance of science and magic in their society. The Bryyonians failed, which lead to a MagicVsTechnologyWar. For added fun, the backstory also establishes that the Chozo were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.

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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical. They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it. In fact, one game shows that they tried to advise the Bryyonians to strike a balance of science and magic in their society. The Bryyonians failed, which lead to a MagicVsTechnologyWar.[[TheMagicVsTechnologyWar world-ending Magic vs Technology War]]. For added fun, the backstory also establishes that the Chozo were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.
16th Mar '17 6:52:42 AM DarkHunter
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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical.
** They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it.
** For added fun, the backstory also establishes that they were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.

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* The Chozo from ''{{Metroid}}.'' They're not humanoid, but they have great powers, are possibly magical, are wise and knowedgeable, CloserToEarth (or, more accurately, Tallon IV), and are generally mystical.
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mystical. They also fit the Scientific side of the trope: the thing is that they grew so scientifically advanced that they hit a dead end. Since science offered no more answers, they turned to mysticism to complement it.
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it. In fact, one game shows that they tried to advise the Bryyonians to strike a balance of science and magic in their society. The Bryyonians failed, which lead to a MagicVsTechnologyWar. For added fun, the backstory also establishes that they the Chozo were once a ProudWarriorRace before giving it up in favor of becoming this -- hence Samus' power suit and the numerous upgrades for it scattered around the galaxy.
22nd Jan '17 3:46:10 AM lavendermintrose
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* Thyreia in ''Literature/EmeraldPrince''. They are also a PerfectlyPacifistPeople. They are shown positively and have a range of personality traits, since the story takes place there.

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* Thyreia in ''Literature/EmeraldPrince''. They are also a PerfectlyPacifistPeople.PerfectPacifistPeople. They are shown positively and have a range of personality traits, since the story takes place there.
22nd Jan '17 3:45:38 AM lavendermintrose
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* Thyreia in ''Literature/EmeraldPrince''. They are also a PerfectlyPacifistPeople. They are shown positively and have a range of personality traits, since the story takes place there.
18th Jan '17 12:47:57 PM FringeBenefits
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* Rowan Longstripe from ''{{Tasakeru}}'', though he's more than willing to step up into BadassBookworm territory when necessary.

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* Rowan Longstripe from ''{{Tasakeru}}'', ''{{Literature/Tasakeru}}'', though he's more than willing to step up into BadassBookworm territory when necessary.
20th Nov '16 1:47:55 AM Morgenthaler
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** Vulcans ''were'' once a ProudWarriorRace that had a HeelFaceTurn and became a Proud Scholar Race. The Romulans were Vulcans who became disgusted at what they considered to be their kin's dishonorable rejection of their {{Badass}} heritage. Thus Romulans are a ProudWarriorRace that are cousins to a Proud Scholar Race. However, they're also ''not'' entirely un-Vulcan. The ones we've seen who were not enemies are more emotional than Vulcans but more restrained and in control all the time than most other races.

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** Vulcans ''were'' once a ProudWarriorRace that had a HeelFaceTurn and became a Proud Scholar Race. The Romulans were Vulcans who became disgusted at what they considered to be their kin's dishonorable rejection of their {{Badass}} badass heritage. Thus Romulans are a ProudWarriorRace that are cousins to a Proud Scholar Race. However, they're also ''not'' entirely un-Vulcan. The ones we've seen who were not enemies are more emotional than Vulcans but more restrained and in control all the time than most other races.
16th Oct '16 1:27:25 PM nombretomado
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* ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' has the blue-skinned [[IntangibleMan Tangerians]], the people of [[RebelliousPrincess Princess]] [[TheLancer Mira]] [[TheChick Nova]].

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* ''BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' ''WesternAnimation/BuzzLightyearOfStarCommand'' has the blue-skinned [[IntangibleMan Tangerians]], the people of [[RebelliousPrincess Princess]] [[TheLancer Mira]] [[TheChick Nova]].
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