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14th May '16 1:33:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Cybernetic Consciousness of the ''Alien Crossfire'' expansion to ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri'' is basically the {{Cyborg}} Republic. Not quite the same (since cyborgs are part-human), but close.

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* The Cybernetic Consciousness of the ''Alien Crossfire'' expansion to ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri'' ''VideoGame/SidMeiersAlphaCentauri'' is basically the {{Cyborg}} Republic. Not quite the same (since cyborgs are part-human), but close.
25th Mar '16 2:03:27 AM marcoasalazarm
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* ''Anime/AstroBoy'': The 2003 series had a later part arc involving robots (at the leadership of the Blue Knight) creating a city name "Robotopia" on the North Pole, where robots that felt dissatisfied living with (and working for) humans could be free. The arc climaxed with a large number of heavily-armed human [[FantasticRacism robot-haters]] and the [[WellIntentionedExtremist Blue Knight's]] defense forces going to war, [[spoiler:and it turning out (partially) to be Shadow's work to try to make Astro choose the robots' side and become one of their leaders.]]
16th Mar '16 6:10:10 AM WhatTheSpoot
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*There's a whole [[PlanetOfHats planet]] of this in ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}''; while all of the major characters to come from it have been villains so far, they've [[AntiVillain mostly been sympathetic anyway]]. They themselves don't seem to see anything strange about their society, though a few characters have mentioned offhand [[FantasticRacism how creepy they are]].
6th May '15 11:20:46 AM ChronoLegion
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* In ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'' AI rebellions result in a number of ships and planets of a faction breaking off to form an independent group that is hostile to their creators. The extended version of ''Sword of the Stars 2'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enNftYHBxwM The End of Flesh]], introduces the Loa, a coalition of rebel AIs from all the races, as a playable race.

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* In ''VideoGame/SwordOfTheStars'' AI rebellions result in a number of ships and planets of a faction breaking off to form an independent group that is hostile to their creators. The extended version of ''Sword of the Stars 2'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=enNftYHBxwM The End of Flesh]], introduces the Loa, a coalition of rebel AIs from all the races, as a playable race. Not only do the Loa have a unique form of FTL travel, but their ships are unique in that they typically exist as a shapeless mass of tiny blocks that are configured into desired shapes on-demand, making them extremely flexible.
8th Mar '15 6:33:37 PM nighttrainfm
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* The ''{{Transformers}}'' have built quite a society for themselves. Unfortunately, by now, [[ForeverWar constant warring seems to have consumed their way of life.]] A few Cybertron sequences of ''TransformersAnimated'' give us a glimpse of Cybertronian society at peacetime, and the various comic series show us a world or two the 'cons haven't gotten around to trying to conquer yet.

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* The ''{{Transformers}}'' have built quite a society for themselves. Unfortunately, by now, [[ForeverWar constant warring seems to have consumed their way of life.]] A few Cybertron sequences of ''TransformersAnimated'' ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' give us a glimpse of Cybertronian society at peacetime, and the various comic series show us a world or two the 'cons haven't gotten around to trying to conquer yet.
4th Feb '15 4:08:11 PM Saber15
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* The Cultists of the Eternal End in ''Videogame/EndlessLegend'' are led by malfunctioning Endless robots and one [[GoMadFromTheIsolation insane, immortal]] [[BrainUploading Virtual Endless]]. They are dedicated to removing all traces of the [[PreCursors Endless]] across Auriga and then across the universe, and convert (or enslave) minor races to their cause.
4th Feb '15 10:46:41 AM Bleughie
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* The ''{{Transformers}}'' have built quite a society for themselves. Unfortunately, by now, [[TheForeverWar constant warring seems to have consumed their way of life.]] A few Cybertron sequences of ''TransformersAnimated'' give us a glimpse of Cybertronian society at peacetime, and the various comic series show us a world or two the 'cons haven't gotten around to trying to conquer yet.

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* The ''{{Transformers}}'' have built quite a society for themselves. Unfortunately, by now, [[TheForeverWar [[ForeverWar constant warring seems to have consumed their way of life.]] A few Cybertron sequences of ''TransformersAnimated'' give us a glimpse of Cybertronian society at peacetime, and the various comic series show us a world or two the 'cons haven't gotten around to trying to conquer yet.
10th Dec '14 10:11:56 PM Saber15
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* The Sowers of ''Videogame/EndlessSpace'' formed their own empire after their [[PreCursors creators]] wiped themselves out in a civil war, though they still obey the mission to terraform for their "return". The [[ClockworkCreature Automatons]], likewise, formed their own society after their creators committed mass-suicide when their world became uninhabitable.
10th Oct '14 12:21:41 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'''s two ''The Second Renaissance'' segments detail the {{backstory}} of ''Film/TheMatrix''. The robots founded a country called Zero-One in the Middle East, which the human states started a war with after their technologically superior, inexpensively mass-produced exports cause economic downturns.



* A couple popped up in the early years of ''JudgeDredd'', notably Grunwald on the planet Xanadu.
* Valiant Comics' ''MagnusRobotFighter'' started with an arc they called "Steel Nation". It was about the sentient robots of North AM establishing their own society. It wasn't peaceful; North AM's prior experience with robots becoming sentient was that they were usually homicidal.

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* A couple popped up in the early years of ''JudgeDredd'', ''ComicBook/JudgeDredd'', notably Grunwald on the planet Xanadu.
* Valiant Comics' ''MagnusRobotFighter'' ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'' started with an arc they called "Steel Nation". It was about the sentient robots of North AM establishing their own society. It wasn't peaceful; North AM's prior experience with robots becoming sentient was that they were usually homicidal.



* ''Anime/TheAnimatrix'''s two ''The Second Renaissance'' segments detail the {{backstory}} of ''Film/TheMatrix''. The robots founded a country called Zero-One in the Middle East, which the human states started a war with after their technologically superior, inexpensively mass-produced exports cause economic downturns.
31st Mar '14 6:39:17 AM GreatGuts
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* ''MegaManX 4'' has the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Repliforce]], the strongest army on Earth at that time, who wants to break out from the society to create their own in space. The fact that they're trying to do this while under suspicion of destroying an entire city doesn't sit well with most people. Doesn't help that one of their commanders, Jet Stingray, would go on to actually destroy a city.

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* ''MegaManX 4'' ''VideoGame/MegaManX4'' has the [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots Repliforce]], the strongest army on Earth at that time, who wants to break out from the society to create their own in space. The fact that they're trying to do this while under suspicion of destroying an entire city doesn't sit well with most people. Doesn't help that one of their commanders, Jet Stingray, would go on to actually destroy a city.
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