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3rd Aug '17 12:51:28 PM RockRaider
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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'' is set in the titular planet's city of Chimera, which is populated and run entirely by robots.

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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'' ''VideoGame/{{Scrapland}}'' is set in the titular planet's city of Chimera, which is populated and run entirely by robots.
3rd Aug '17 12:51:08 PM RockRaider
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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'' is set in the titular planet's city of Chimera, which is populated and run entirely by robots.
9th Jul '17 9:13:28 AM Sark0TAG
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* The [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asimov]]-inspired''VideoGame/RobotCity'' takes the peaceful approach. Since its inhabitants are programmed with the [[ThreeLawsCompliant Laws of Robotics]], and that the city can reshape itself to fit everyone's needs, ideally it would be the perfect place for robots and humans to live together as a culture. However, things get shaken up when you arrive and another human is murdered...

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* The [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asimov]]-inspired''VideoGame/RobotCity'' Asimov]]-inspired ''VideoGame/RobotCity'' takes the peaceful approach. Since its inhabitants are programmed with the [[ThreeLawsCompliant Laws of Robotics]], and that the city can reshape itself to fit everyone's needs, ideally it would be the perfect place for robots and humans to live together as a culture. However, things get shaken up when you arrive and another human is murdered...
9th Jul '17 9:09:20 AM Sark0TAG
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* The [[Creator/IsaacAsimov Asimov]]-inspired''VideoGame/RobotCity'' takes the peaceful approach. Since its inhabitants are programmed with the [[ThreeLawsCompliant Laws of Robotics]], and that the city can reshape itself to fit everyone's needs, ideally it would be the perfect place for robots and humans to live together as a culture. However, things get shaken up when you arrive and another human is murdered...
26th Jun '17 9:02:41 AM Morgenthaler
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8th Jun '17 2:04:09 AM Az_Tech341
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The thing with making robots intelligent is that at some point, they figure out that there's no particular ''reason'' for them to obey all the orders given to them by, say, humans. In many cases, [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters they rebel]]. Sometimes, however, they instead decide to break away and found their own country, independent of all those filthy fleshlings. This new state may be peaceful or hostile, but it will probably come into conflict with humans at some point.

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The thing with making robots intelligent is that that, at some point, they figure out that there's no particular ''reason'' for them to obey all the orders given to them by, say, humans. In many cases, [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters they rebel]]. Sometimes, however, they instead decide to break away and found their own country, independent of all those filthy fleshlings. This new state may be peaceful or hostile, but it will probably come into conflict with humans at some point.
11th May '17 10:40:37 AM HelloLamppost
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* ''ComicBook/MarvelStarWars'' has Droid World, a gigantic space station run by a misanthropic cyborg named Kligson, and inhabited by countless droids who want nothing to do with the organic races of the galaxy.
3rd Jan '17 2:14:48 AM Spindriver
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[[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} [[quoteright:349:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/bender_society.jpg]]]]

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3rd Jan '17 2:14:10 AM Spindriver
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[[caption-width-right:349:Perhaps not the best population baseline.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' has a planet populated entirely by human-hating robots, who fled there to escape persecution on Earth or something.
** Don't forget the haven for downgraded robots!

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' has a planet populated entirely by human-hating robots, who fled there to escape persecution on Earth or something.
** Don't
something. And let us not forget the haven for downgraded robots!robots.
5th Sep '16 10:11:20 AM Sharlee
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* One of the neighboring countries of the Kingdom of Jackals, from Stephen Hunt's first {{Steampunk}} series, is a Robot ''Kingdom'' of "steammen". These intelligent constructs are both the subjects and creations of King Steam, the eldest steamman, who installs consciousness into and programs new citizens as they are manufactured.
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