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19th Mar '17 9:53:24 AM nombretomado
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* For another NewWorldOfDarkness example, the upcoming ''TabletopGame/DeviantTheRenegades'' deals with people who were changed by scientific experiments (or, in some cases, occult rituals) who are on the run from the people who made them, trying to gather the power to strike back.

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* For another NewWorldOfDarkness TabletopGame/NewWorldOfDarkness example, the upcoming ''TabletopGame/DeviantTheRenegades'' deals with people who were changed by scientific experiments (or, in some cases, occult rituals) who are on the run from the people who made them, trying to gather the power to strike back.
8th Dec '16 1:04:25 PM nighttrainfm
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* The cast of ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'' sort of fits this trope. After running away from their evil parents and not being satisfied with the foster care system they adopted each other as a family.

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* The cast of ''Comicbook/{{Runaways}}'' sort of fits this trope. After running away from their evil parents and not being satisfied with the foster care system system, they adopted each other as a family.



* The ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' from 1996 were half-human, half-alien sleeper agents that instead banded together to fight the aliens. They then stayed together, with a deaged Atom as their mentor. Other DCU characters would join them over the course of the series.
** Teen Titans: Earth One has the Titans consist of this trope, each member of the team having gained their powers from 'Project Titan' before escaping.

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* ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'':
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The ''ComicBook/TeenTitans'' from 1996 Titans were half-human, half-alien sleeper agents that instead banded together to fight the aliens. They then stayed together, with a deaged Atom as their mentor. Other DCU characters would join them over the course of the series.
** Teen Titans: Earth One ''ComicBook/TeenTitansEarthOne'' has the Titans consist mostly of this trope, each member of the team (except Raven) having gained their powers from 'Project Titan' "Project Titan" before escaping.
29th Nov '16 6:08:55 AM Arivne
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* ''Wiki/SCPFoundation'', [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-2085 SCP-2085 ("The Black Rabbit Company")]]. After they EscapedFromTheLab, the {{Cat Girl}}s that make up most of SCP-2085 decided to stick together and form a mercenary group called The Black Rabbit Company.
24th Sep '16 4:58:07 PM nombretomado
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* The cyborg characters in ''{{Cyborg 009}}''.

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* The cyborg characters in ''{{Cyborg ''Manga/{{Cyborg 009}}''.
13th Sep '16 8:39:00 PM NOYB
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** It's consciously averted in the first season of, as the escaping X-5's decide to split up to avoid capture. However, Max acquires one of these in the second season with Alec and Joshua and later a whole city of transgenics.
** It's also played straight, with a squad of younger transgenics who stayed together (giving Max a chance to be MamaBear).

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** It's consciously averted in the first season of, as the escaping X-5's X-5s decide to split up to avoid capture. However, Max acquires one of these in the second season with Alec and Joshua and later a whole city of transgenics.
** It's also played straight, straight in the second episode of the second season with a squad of younger transgenics who stayed together (giving Max a chance to be play MamaBear).
12th Aug '16 1:41:01 AM PaulA
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* The Durona sisters in LoisMcMasterBujold ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' are ''clones'' of their progenitor Lilly Durona, and are escapees from one of Jackson's Whole robber barons.
** The same series also has Terrance Cee, whose history is a pointed example of why these often don't work in real life (ie, they make you easier to find).

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* Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold's ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'':
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The Durona sisters in LoisMcMasterBujold ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'' are ''clones'' of their progenitor Lilly Durona, and are escapees from one of Jackson's Whole robber barons.
** The same series also ''Literature/EthanOfAthos'' has Terrance Cee, whose history is a pointed example of why these often don't work in real life (ie, they make you easier to find).
9th Aug '16 6:44:18 AM JustinCognito
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* For another NewWorldOfDarkness example, the recently-announced ''Deviant'' will deal with people who were changed by scientific experiments (or, in some cases, occult rituals) who are on the run from the people who made them, trying to gather the power to strike back.

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* For another NewWorldOfDarkness example, the recently-announced ''Deviant'' will deal upcoming ''TabletopGame/DeviantTheRenegades'' deals with people who were changed by scientific experiments (or, in some cases, occult rituals) who are on the run from the people who made them, trying to gather the power to strike back.
7th Aug '16 5:38:24 PM nombretomado
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* The MarvelUniverse's ''{{ComicBook/Livewires}}'' and TheDCU's ''ComicBook/LabRats.''

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* The MarvelUniverse's Franchise/MarvelUniverse's ''{{ComicBook/Livewires}}'' and TheDCU's Franchise/TheDCU's ''ComicBook/LabRats.''
25th Jul '16 3:33:15 PM Gamermaster
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* The heroes of the ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' franchise tend to collect artificially created or illegally-experimented-on people and adopt them into one of several overlapping "families". These include roughly half of the "Numbers" combat cyborgs in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS''; Fate and Erio are both from the same cloning project; Signum, Shamal, Vita, and Zafira were all programmed murder machines until recently; Subaru and Ginga are precursors to the aforementioned Numbers; Agito only remembers back to her time spent in an unethical lab, [[TheyWouldCutYouUp being tested to death;]] and Vivio is a clone bioweapon. So far, that's no fewer than 18 project refugees all living in one big extended family.

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* The heroes of the ''Franchise/LyricalNanoha'' franchise tend to collect artificially created or illegally-experimented-on people and adopt them into one of several overlapping "families". These include roughly half of the "Numbers" combat cyborgs in ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikerS''; ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaStrikers''; Fate and Erio are both from the same cloning project; Signum, Shamal, Vita, and Zafira were all programmed murder machines until recently; Subaru and Ginga are precursors to the aforementioned Numbers; Agito only remembers back to her time spent in an unethical lab, [[TheyWouldCutYouUp being tested to death;]] and Vivio is a clone bioweapon. So far, that's no fewer than 18 project refugees all living in one big extended family.
24th May '16 5:28:09 PM erraticegomania
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* The Lambsbridge Gang in ''Literature/{{Twig}}'' is this without the running away part, instead being employed by Radham Academy as problem solvers. While they act as a family unit, the Academy has different means of maintaining control of all of them, so that the Lambs ''can't'' all run away together due to differing priorities. [[spoiler:When Sylvester eventually ''does'' decide ScrewThisImOuttaHere and deserts the Academy, only Jamie chooses to join him in running away, since all the others need the Academy more than they need to be free.]]
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