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20th Nov '16 8:35:23 AM Morgenthaler
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* "''Voyage of the'' Princess Ark": Magazine/{{Dragon}} Magazine articles: in which the titular Alphatian vessel explores the world of {{Mystara}}. Although initially a non-sapient sailing ship enchanted to fly, the ''Princess Ark'' eventually fused with a powerful sphinx-like extraplanar entity, acquiring a new layout, the capacity for self-direction and self-defense, and a quirky personality.

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* "''Voyage of the'' Princess Ark": Magazine/{{Dragon}} Magazine articles: in which the titular Alphatian vessel explores the world of {{Mystara}}.TabletopGame/{{Mystara}}. Although initially a non-sapient sailing ship enchanted to fly, the ''Princess Ark'' eventually fused with a powerful sphinx-like extraplanar entity, acquiring a new layout, the capacity for self-direction and self-defense, and a quirky personality.
3rd Nov '16 1:24:47 PM Morgenthaler
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3rd Nov '16 10:16:16 AM eroock
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12th Aug '16 8:05:09 PM nombretomado
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* ''{{Albion}}'': The Toronto mining ship, NED, the computer operates everything with the crew's main purpose is maintenance or operating individual equipment, and the ship itself is described to function similarly to a living organism, settling on the surface of a planet and using a percentage of the mined materials to grow and eventually cover and exhaust the entire planet.

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* ''{{Albion}}'': ''VideoGame/{{Albion}}'': The Toronto mining ship, NED, the computer operates everything with the crew's main purpose is maintenance or operating individual equipment, and the ship itself is described to function similarly to a living organism, settling on the surface of a planet and using a percentage of the mined materials to grow and eventually cover and exhaust the entire planet.
6th Jul '16 2:28:18 PM StFan
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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'': the Juraian spacecraft are powered by living, semi-sapient trees. [[spoiler: The parent of them all is not only fully sapient, but a goddess - and the alter ego of a main character.]] Also, Ryo-Ohki, who is the cute mascot character that transforms into a LivingShip.

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[[folder:Anime and & Manga]]
* ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'': the Juraian spacecraft are powered by living, semi-sapient trees. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The parent of them all is not only fully sapient, but a goddess - -- and the alter ego of a main character.]] Also, Ryo-Ohki, who is the cute mascot character that transforms into a LivingShip.



* ''Manga/OnePiece'': The Going Merry proved to be just this as early as the Skypeia Arc, when Usopp saw a spirit repairing the Merry. Many arcs later, Franky revealed that Usopp saw a manifestation of the soul of the Merry, which developed because the ship was loved and cared for deeply. Later on in the same arc, the Merry's status as sapient is driven home when the ship itself comes back to save the [[TrueCompanions Straw Hats]] at Eines Lobby. [[spoiler:Later on, the Merry finally collapses due to all the damage it's took thus far in the series and the Straw Hats give it a VikingFuneral. Luffy laments that they never took care of the ship properly, but the Merry speaks to them, stating that it held no ill will and that it was happy to be with them.]]

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* ''Manga/OnePiece'': The Going Merry proved proves to be just this as early as the Skypeia Arc, when Usopp saw sees a spirit repairing the Merry. Many arcs later, Franky revealed reveals that Usopp saw a manifestation of the soul of the Merry, which developed because the ship was loved and cared for deeply. Later on in the same arc, the Merry's status as sapient is driven home when the ship itself comes back to save the [[TrueCompanions Straw Hats]] at Eines Lobby. [[spoiler:Later on, the Merry finally collapses due to all the damage it's took thus far in the series and the Straw Hats give it a VikingFuneral. Luffy laments that they never took care of the ship properly, but the Merry speaks to them, stating that it held no ill will and that it was happy to be with them.]]



[[folder:Comic Book]]
* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'': The Carrier - a spaceship that, while being made of metal, is fully sapient. However, it has only once spoken directly to anyone (and then it was only to tell hapless assassin Kev Hawkins what a prick he is).
* ''ComicBook/XMen'': The Brood used [[MindRape lobotomized]] {{Space Whale}}s for transport, and the surviving ones at liberty were both sapient and ''not happy at all'' about the situation.
* The original ''ComicBook/XFactor'' team liberated a Sapient Ship that was enslaved by Apocalypse, named, appropriately enough, Ship, which had a long and varied career in the various X-Titles over the years. It happily became friends with X-Factor after they freed it from Apocalypse, and served as their base of operations, home, and long-range transportation. Ship was a several thousand year old piece of Celestial technology and the size of a large skyscraper, being so huge that, while in it's usual docked location of standing on-end in a building lot, it became a well-known part of the UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity skyline. The physical form of Ship was later destroyed in a final battle with Apocalypse, but the artificial intelligence survived by downloading itself into a small module. It soon traveled into the future with Cyclops's son Nathan, who later became Cable, and the intelligence of Ship eventually became Cable's space station Greymalkin, and then eventually his floating island Providence. At one point a copy of the AI was even downloaded into Cable's techno-organic bionic arm.

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* ''ComicBook/TheAuthority'': The Carrier - -- a spaceship that, while being made of metal, is fully sapient. However, it has only once spoken directly to anyone (and then it was only to tell hapless assassin Kev Hawkins what a prick he is).
* ''ComicBook/XMen'': ''ComicBook/XMen'':
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The Brood used uses [[MindRape lobotomized]] {{Space Whale}}s for transport, and the surviving ones at liberty were are both sapient and ''not happy at all'' about the situation.
* ** The original ''ComicBook/XFactor'' team liberated liberates a Sapient Ship that was enslaved by Apocalypse, named, appropriately enough, Ship, which had has a long and varied career in the various X-Titles over the years. It happily became becomes friends with X-Factor after they freed it from Apocalypse, and served serves as their base of operations, home, and long-range transportation. Ship was a several thousand year old piece of Celestial technology and the size of a large skyscraper, being so huge that, while in it's usual docked location of standing on-end in a building lot, it became a well-known part of the UsefulNotes/NewYorkCity skyline. The physical form of Ship was is later destroyed in a final battle with Apocalypse, but the artificial intelligence survived survives by downloading itself into a small module. It soon traveled travels into the future with Cyclops's son Nathan, who later became Cable, and the intelligence of Ship eventually became becomes Cable's space station Greymalkin, and then eventually his floating island Providence. At one point a copy of the AI was is even downloaded into Cable's techno-organic bionic arm.



* ''ComicBook/NewMutants'': The shapeshifting ComicBook/{{Warlock}} often turned "him"self into a starship to transport the titular heroes around.
* ''ComicBook/PowerPack'': The group had a sapient "smartship" called Friday.

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* ** ''ComicBook/NewMutants'': The shapeshifting ComicBook/{{Warlock}} often turned turns "him"self into a starship to transport the titular heroes around.
* ''ComicBook/PowerPack'': The group had has a sapient "smartship" called Friday.



* Skuttlebutt, Beta Ray bill's starship

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* In ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'', there's ''Mother'' in the [[Film/{{Alien}} first one]] and then ''Father'' in [[Film/AlienResurrection the fourth]]. While ''Mother'' only talks at the end, to repeatedly warn that engines will overload and then explode, she remains neutral about the xenomorph the whole movie, analyzing it like a biologist, or Ash, would. ''Father'' seems to take it more seriously, like a soldier, and adds [[NonSequitur some good manner]]. Justified as Auriga is supposed to be a military ship, while Nostromo a cargo one.
--> '''Father''': I'm sorry, access denied.
--> '''Father''': Non-human presence detected [...] Main vessel declared uninhabitable.
--> '''Father''': Thank you.

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* In ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'', there's ''Mother'' in the [[Film/{{Alien}} first one]] and then ''Father'' in [[Film/AlienResurrection the fourth]]. While ''Mother'' only talks at the end, to repeatedly warn that engines will overload and then explode, she remains neutral about the xenomorph the whole movie, analyzing it like a biologist, or Ash, would. ''Father'' seems to take it more seriously, like a soldier, and adds [[NonSequitur some good manner]]. Justified as Auriga the ''Auriga'' is supposed to be a military ship, while Nostromo the ''Nostromo'' is a cargo one.cargo.
--> '''Father''': -->'''Father:''' I'm sorry, access denied.
--> '''Father''':
denied.\\
'''Father:'''
Non-human presence detected [...] Main vessel declared uninhabitable.
--> '''Father''':
uninhabitable.\\
'''Father:'''
Thank you.



* ''StarWarsExpandedUniverse'': various space ships that are operated by droid brains.

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* ''StarWarsExpandedUniverse'': various ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'': Various space ships that are operated by droid brains.



** The spaceship Heart Of Gold is maintained by Eddie, a Sirius Cybernetics Corporation computer with a sickeningly cheerful and optimistic programmed personality. Other equally unlikable computers have been installed to run other functions on the ship as well, right down to automated doors run by programs that live for the chance to open and close for someone. At one point Zaphod discovered that Eddie had an emergency backup personality - unfortunately, it was worse.
** There was also a police ship which committed suicide after talking to [[TheEeyore Marvin]].

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** The spaceship Heart Of Gold ''Heart of Gold'' is maintained by Eddie, a Sirius Cybernetics Corporation computer with a sickeningly cheerful and optimistic programmed personality. Other equally unlikable computers have been installed to run other functions on the ship as well, right down to automated doors run by programs that live for the chance to open and close for someone. At one point Zaphod discovered discovers that Eddie had has an emergency backup personality - -- unfortunately, it was is worse.
** There was is also a police ship which committed commits suicide after talking to [[TheEeyore Marvin]].



* ''Nightflyers'', a sci-fi horror story by GeorgeRRMartin. Several crewmembers die suspicious deaths when they start investigating the nature of their unseen captain. [[spoiler:Turns out the captain is real, but his misanthropic dead mother is psychically imprinted into the spaceship's system. In the end the captain is killed trying to protect his crew, but in dying manages to imprint himself into the ship as well, and the FinalGirl chooses to stay on board to help him fight his mother's constant attempts to wrest back control.]]

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* ''Nightflyers'', a sci-fi horror story by GeorgeRRMartin.Creator/GeorgeRRMartin. Several crewmembers die suspicious deaths when they start investigating the nature of their unseen captain. [[spoiler:Turns out the captain is real, but his misanthropic dead mother is psychically imprinted into the spaceship's system. In the end the captain is killed trying to protect his crew, but in dying manages to imprint himself into the ship as well, and the FinalGirl chooses to stay on board to help him fight his mother's constant attempts to wrest back control.]]



* LarryNiven has two separate instances of Peersa the Checker as a sapient ship in his "State" future history. First, in ''A World out of Time'' [[spoiler:an escaping corpsicle's ramship is taken over by beaming a recording of the mind of his jailer at the ship over and over again]]. Later in Niven's career he introduced another ship carrying the mind of Peersa is a character in the ''Smoke Ring'' novels.

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* LarryNiven Creator/LarryNiven has two separate instances of Peersa the Checker as a sapient ship in his "State" future history. First, in ''A World out of Time'' [[spoiler:an escaping corpsicle's ramship is taken over by beaming a recording of the mind of his jailer at the ship over and over again]]. Later in Niven's career he introduced another ship carrying the mind of Peersa is a character in the ''Smoke Ring'' novels.



* The ''[[Literature/GreatShip Greatship]]'' is shown to think, though it is completely mute bar [[spoiler: speaking to Alone]]. It's never made clear how much control it has over itself or even how much it knows about itself, as it thought it was nothing more than a mote of dust until it drifted into the Milky Way and discovered that it was [[PlanetSpaceship larger than worlds]]

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* The ''[[Literature/GreatShip Greatship]]'' ''Literature/GreatShip'' is shown to think, though it is completely mute bar [[spoiler: speaking to Alone]]. It's never made clear how much control it has over itself or even how much it knows about itself, as it thought it was nothing more than a mote of dust until it drifted into the Milky Way and discovered that it was [[PlanetSpaceship larger than worlds]]



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--> '''Doctor''': [[spoiler: She's the TARDIS. But she's a woman! And the TARDIS! And a woman!!]]
--> '''Amy''': [[spoiler: ...Did you wish ''really'' hard?]]
* Destiny, from ''Series/StargateUniverse'' is somewhat sentient - while it doesn't (usually) talk to the crew, it is capable of discerning any needs they have and altering its auto-piloted course to stop near planets that have whatever raw materials or resources they're in need of at the moment.

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--> '''Doctor''': [[spoiler: She's -->'''Doctor:''' [[spoiler:She's the TARDIS. But she's a woman! And the TARDIS! And a woman!!]]
--> '''Amy''':
woman!!]]\\
'''Amy:'''
[[spoiler: ...Did you wish ''really'' hard?]]
* Destiny, from ''Series/StargateUniverse'' is somewhat sentient - -- while it doesn't (usually) talk to the crew, it is capable of discerning any needs they have and altering its auto-piloted course to stop near planets that have whatever raw materials or resources they're in need of at the moment.



* ''Serenity'' from ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', after River merges with her.[[note]]She actually doesn't - she just pretends to in order to {{Troll}} an invading BountyHunter as she enacts a plan to dispose of him.[[/note]]

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* ''Serenity'' from ''Series/{{Firefly}}'', after River merges with her.[[note]]She [[spoiler:She actually doesn't - -- she just pretends to in order to {{Troll}} an invading BountyHunter as she enacts a plan to dispose of him.[[/note]]]]



--> ''...And my wings are made of tungsten,''
--> ''My flesh of glass and steel.''

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--> ''My
tungsten,\\
My
flesh of glass and steel.''



* ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}'': features a legendary LivingShip known as... well, "''the'' [[TitleDrop Spelljammer]]". It also spawns little cute Smalljammers -- unarmed, but very agile living boats with [[{{Glamour}} magical mimicry]] abilities. Then there are Esthetics -- symbiotic ships of [[MadArtist Reigar]]. Borderline cases are Tick -- Neogi [[PoweredByAForsakenChild life draining]] -powered vehicle designed to be used as a "saddle" for [[SpaceWhale something big]]. And some people just live on the backs of [[SpaceWhale kindori]].
** TabletopGame/{{Mystara}}'s ''Princess Ark'', an Alphatian airship which explored that setting in the pages of ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' magazine, became this trope after it was bonded with the spirit of a powerful aerial creature.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' adventure ''The Kinunir'': The Kinunir's {{AI}} security system [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey goes berserk and kills the entire crew of the ship]]. The {{PC}}s must deal with it in order to bring the Kinunir home.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}'': ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'':
** ''TabletopGame/{{Spelljammer}}''
features a legendary LivingShip known as... well, "''the'' [[TitleDrop Spelljammer]]". It also spawns little cute Smalljammers -- unarmed, but very agile living boats with [[{{Glamour}} magical mimicry]] abilities. Then there are Esthetics -- symbiotic ships of [[MadArtist Reigar]]. Borderline cases are Tick -- Neogi [[PoweredByAForsakenChild life draining]] -powered draining]]-powered vehicle designed to be used as a "saddle" for [[SpaceWhale something big]]. And some people just live on the backs of [[SpaceWhale kindori]].
** TabletopGame/{{Mystara}}'s ''Princess Ark'', an Alphatian airship which explored explores that setting in the pages of ''Magazine/{{Dragon}}'' magazine, became becomes this trope after it was is bonded with the spirit of a powerful aerial creature.
* ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Traveller}}'':
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adventure ''The Kinunir'': The Kinunir's Kinunir'', the ''Kinunir'''s {{AI}} security system [[Film/TwoThousandOneASpaceOdyssey goes berserk and kills the entire crew of the ship]]. The {{PC}}s must deal with it in order to bring the Kinunir ''Kinunir'' home.



* ''VideoGame/{{Homeworld}}'':The Mothership is actually a Kharaki Scientist, Karan S'jet, who is [[WetwareCPU embedded in the core]]. She developed the technology to connect a human brain to the Mothership, [[AllThereInTheManual according to the manual]], and she refused its usage on any other person save herself. During gameplay it's her voice who represents the entire ship, along with the spokesman for [[MissionControl Fleet Intelligence]]. It's her image that appears when the mothership is talking. Finally, she's the only named character that appears in all 3 games of the series, and implicitly the PlayerCharacter.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Homeworld}}'':The ''VideoGame/{{Homeworld}}'':
** The
Mothership is actually a Kharaki Scientist, Karan S'jet, who is [[WetwareCPU embedded in the core]]. She developed the technology to connect a human brain to the Mothership, [[AllThereInTheManual according to the manual]], and she refused its usage on any other person save herself. During gameplay it's her voice who represents the entire ship, along with the spokesman for [[MissionControl Fleet Intelligence]]. It's her image that appears when the mothership is talking. Finally, she's the only named character that appears in all 3 games of the series, and implicitly the PlayerCharacter.



* Opa-Opa of ''FantasyZone''. It is even a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing]]'', racing as itself.

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* Opa-Opa of ''FantasyZone''.''VideoGame/FantasyZone''. It is even a playable character in ''[[SegaSuperstars Sonic & Sega All-Stars Racing]]'', racing as itself.



* Every flying unit for the Zerg in ''{{Starcraft}}'' is both capable of space travel and alive. The best example would probably be the Leviathan, a massive SpaceWhale like being that dwarfs Battlecruisers.

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* Every flying unit for the Zerg in ''{{Starcraft}}'' ''VideoGame/StarCraft'' is both capable of space travel and alive. The best example would probably be the Leviathan, a massive SpaceWhale like being that dwarfs Battlecruisers.



[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': Sheila, the AI that inhabited the Blue Team's tank before being transferred to a small spaceship. FILSS, who Sheila was apparently based on, is seen in prequel scenes to control the Freelancer ship Mother of Invention.
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* ''BeyondReality'': Sebastian is the A.I. for a dimension traveling flying pirate ship.

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* ''BeyondReality'': ''Webcomic/BeyondReality'': Sebastian is the A.I. for a dimension traveling flying pirate ship.



* ''OrionsArm'': Has a variety of these, to the point where the only polities that don't have them are virulent human supremacists. The most intelligent ones are non-biological due to the prevailing attitude that meat can only get you past the second [[TheSingularity Singularity]] or so.
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': Sheila, the AI that inhabited the Blue Team's tank before being transferred to a small spaceship. FILSS, who Sheila was apparently based on, is seen in prequel scenes to control the Freelancer ship Mother of Invention.

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* ''OrionsArm'': Has ''WebOriginal/OrionsArm'' has a variety of these, to the point where the only polities that don't have them are virulent human supremacists. The most intelligent ones are non-biological due to the prevailing attitude that meat can only get you past the second [[TheSingularity Singularity]] or so.
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': Sheila, the AI that inhabited the Blue Team's tank before being transferred to a small spaceship. FILSS, who Sheila was apparently based on, is seen in prequel scenes to control the Freelancer ship Mother of Invention.
so.



* ''Literature/{{The Last Angel}}'': Nemesis, one of the last remnants of human civilisation after Earth was destroyed by the Compact, is inhabited by the AI Red One. When she failed to protect Earth and humanity, Red One set herself the task of destroying the Compact whenever she came across it. Not an easy task when your enemy is a galaxy spanning civilisation and you have just one ship, which probably explains why she is still at it, 2000 years later.

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* ''Literature/{{The Last Angel}}'': ''Literature/TheLastAngel'': Nemesis, one of the last remnants of human civilisation after Earth was destroyed by the Compact, is inhabited by the AI Red One. When she failed to protect Earth and humanity, Red One set herself the task of destroying the Compact whenever she came across it. Not an easy task when your enemy is a galaxy spanning civilisation and you have just one ship, which probably explains why she is still at it, 2000 years later.



* ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' episode "Love and Rocket": the Planet Express Ship gets a new AI, which quickly falls in love with Bender.

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* ''{{WesternAnimation/Futurama}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}}'' episode "Love and Rocket": the Planet Express Ship gets a new AI, which quickly falls in love with Bender.



* In ''TransformersAnimated'', it turns out that Optimus's team's ship is [[spoiler: Omega Supreme, one of the largest bots created in the previous war who can transform into a ship]]. For most of the first and second seasons, he was in stasis lock (read: somewhere between comatose and dead) and therefore was not sentient until Ratchet revived him with the help of Sari's key.
* ''TrippingTheRift'': The space ship was both sapient and afraid of wide open spaces...
* ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': The Super Robot that the team uses. The further we get into the series, the more alive the Super Robot acts.

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* In ''TransformersAnimated'', ''Westernanimation/TransformersAnimated'', it turns out that Optimus's team's ship is [[spoiler: Omega Supreme, one of the largest bots created in the previous war who can transform into a ship]]. For most of the first and second seasons, he was in stasis lock (read: somewhere between comatose and dead) and therefore was not sentient until Ratchet revived him with the help of Sari's key.
* ''TrippingTheRift'': ''Westernanimation/TrippingTheRift'': The space ship was both sapient and afraid of wide open spaces...
* ''SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': ''Westernanimation/SuperRobotMonkeyTeamHyperforceGo'': The Super Robot that the team uses. The further we get into the series, the more alive the Super Robot acts.
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* The alien mothership in ''Literature/AngelStation'' rules over its drone-like "crew".

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* The alien mothership in ''Literature/AngelStation'' rules over its drone-like "crew". She is a member of an entire species of sentient ships.
17th Jun '16 7:56:52 AM Chabal2
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* ''TabletopGame/WarhammerFantasy'' has Wulfrik's longship, the Seafang. Its figurehead is possessed by a daemon, who demands to be fed blood before it will sail the ship into the warp or make it fly, allowing Wulfrik to chase his prey wherever it goes.
16th Jun '16 4:18:14 PM nombretomado
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* ''TenchiMuyo'': the Juraian spacecraft are powered by living, semi-sapient trees. [[spoiler: The parent of them all is not only fully sapient, but a goddess - and the alter ego of a main character.]] Also, Ryo-Ohki, who is the cute mascot character that transforms into a LivingShip.

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* ''TenchiMuyo'': ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'': the Juraian spacecraft are powered by living, semi-sapient trees. [[spoiler: The parent of them all is not only fully sapient, but a goddess - and the alter ego of a main character.]] Also, Ryo-Ohki, who is the cute mascot character that transforms into a LivingShip.
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* A possible outcome of research into sentient AI in ''VideoGame/{{Stellaris}}''. Ships with sentient AI have higher evasion due to self-preservation, on top of greatly improved stats over ships with simple battle computers.
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