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5th Apr '16 10:58:06 PM JoeMerl
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* ''{{Everworld}}'' has a lot of JerkassGods from mythology, but the [[InsectoidAliens Hetwans]] worship an EldritchAbomination called Ka Anor, who eats other gods; thus, the Hetwans basically spend their time trying to get him more food, making war with anyone, divine or mortal, who would get in their way. They seem to have no sense of individuality, either; at one point, it's implied Ka Anor is more like their HiveMind taking physical form.
-->'''Multiple Hetwans throughout the series:''' [[NotAfraidToDie My death is irrelevant]]. I serve Ka Anor.
11th Mar '16 4:49:31 PM Kantrop
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17th Jan '16 5:15:18 PM nombretomado
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* The Eternal Doctrine and the Path of Now and Forever from ''StarControl'', both of which treat Ur-Quan security as paramount. The Kzer-Za's Path of Now and Forever decrees that every species is a threat to the Ur-Quan (because it might someday become too powerful if left to its own devices) and therefore must be subjugated. The Kohr-Ah Eternal Doctrine is similar, except its answer to these threats is not subjugation, it's ''annihilation''. It's all good, though since they believe in reincarnation, species they "cleanse" will have a chance to be reborn as Ur-Quan eventually.

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* The Eternal Doctrine and the Path of Now and Forever from ''StarControl'', ''VideoGame/StarControl'', both of which treat Ur-Quan security as paramount. The Kzer-Za's Path of Now and Forever decrees that every species is a threat to the Ur-Quan (because it might someday become too powerful if left to its own devices) and therefore must be subjugated. The Kohr-Ah Eternal Doctrine is similar, except its answer to these threats is not subjugation, it's ''annihilation''. It's all good, though since they believe in reincarnation, species they "cleanse" will have a chance to be reborn as Ur-Quan eventually.
12th Dec '15 3:35:21 AM NozzDogg
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* In ''TabletopGame/RocketAge'' the Orthodox Fellowship on Mars can slip into this very easily. The fellowship as a major role in enforcing the Martian caste system, is xenophobic, imperialistic and actively attempts to wipe out other Martian faiths. They also actively sponsor and support the 31st Seal, an anti-Earthling terrorist organisation. Admittedly, much of the xenophobia is due to the subjugation of the Martian people, but not all.
28th Nov '15 4:23:14 PM nombretomado
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* The Skrulls of MarvelComics' ''SecretInvasion'' claim that they own the earth because their religion says they do.

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* The Skrulls of MarvelComics' ''SecretInvasion'' ''ComicBook/SecretInvasion'' claim that they own the earth because their religion says they do.
13th Nov '15 3:59:48 PM CountDorku
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** Some Chaos Marines earnestly believe that only being united under the Chaos Gods will allow humanity to survive. Of course, it's often quite hard to tell which of them actually believe this and which just use it as an excuse for personal cruelty.
1st Jul '15 8:41:53 PM nombretomado
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* The Soldiers of the One in ''Series/{{Caprica}}'' are a monotheistic cult in a polytheistic society that believes in absolute black and white morality, and some of their branches are perfectly willing to commit suicide bombings for their beliefs, while the others quietly approve of their actions. Later the Cylons inherited the religion and used it to justify the attempted destruction of the human race in ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}''.

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* The Soldiers of the One in ''Series/{{Caprica}}'' are a monotheistic cult in a polytheistic society that believes in absolute black and white morality, and some of their branches are perfectly willing to commit suicide bombings for their beliefs, while the others quietly approve of their actions. Later the Cylons inherited the religion and used it to justify the attempted destruction of the human race in ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Reimagined}}''.Galactica|2003}}''.
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