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26th Jun '16 7:45:21 PM nombretomado
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* The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent White Court]] in ''TheDresdenFiles''. Their souls are half [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]] due to a demonic [[TheSymbiote symbiote]] that gives them superhuman abilities and [[TheBeautifulElite incredibly good looks]], but at the cost of a [[HorrorHunger Hunger]] for [[EmotionEater human emotions]]. The [[EvilIsSexy Raith]] family is particularly noted to go after [[HornyDevils lust]].

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* The [[OurVampiresAreDifferent White Court]] in ''TheDresdenFiles''.''Literature/TheDresdenFiles''. Their souls are half [[OurDemonsAreDifferent demon]] due to a demonic [[TheSymbiote symbiote]] that gives them superhuman abilities and [[TheBeautifulElite incredibly good looks]], but at the cost of a [[HorrorHunger Hunger]] for [[EmotionEater human emotions]]. The [[EvilIsSexy Raith]] family is particularly noted to go after [[HornyDevils lust]].
26th Jun '16 10:28:15 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''BaldursGate'' series, the Bhaalspawn are the children of [[CaptainObvious Bhaal]], [[WarGod the Lord of Murder]]. [[EvilPlan He sired them so they would kill each other until none remained, at which point his essence that was scattered among them would have accumulated, and his chosen follower, Amelyssan, would have performed rituals that would have]] [[BackFromTheDead brought him back.]] Neither [[DragonAscendant Amelyssan]] nor [[SpannerInTheWorks the last Bhaalspawn]] (the protagonist) complied to these plans, however.
** In fact, Amelyssan was something like 99% god by the end of the Throne of Bhaal expansion. After defeating her, the {{PC}} (him/her)self [[spoiler:can choose to [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascend to full godhood]]]].

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* In the ''BaldursGate'' ''Franchise/BaldursGate'' series, the Bhaalspawn are the children of [[CaptainObvious Bhaal]], [[WarGod the Lord of Murder]]. [[EvilPlan He sired them so they would kill each other until none remained, at which point his essence that was scattered among them would have accumulated, and his chosen follower, Amelyssan, would have performed rituals that would have]] [[BackFromTheDead brought him back.]] Neither [[DragonAscendant Amelyssan]] nor [[SpannerInTheWorks the last Bhaalspawn]] (the protagonist) complied to these plans, however.
** In fact, Amelyssan was something like 99% god by the end of the ''[[VideoGame/BaldursGateIIThroneOfBhaal Throne of Bhaal Bhaal]]'' expansion. After defeating her, the {{PC}} (him/her)self [[spoiler:can choose to [[AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence ascend to full godhood]]]].
8th Jun '16 11:49:29 PM gewunomox
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These characters tend to exhibit several StockSuperpowers, and if they aren't outright {{immortal}}, they're almost guaranteed to be LongLived. They may or may not qualify as {{Humanoid Abomination}}s (who themselves have a high chance of being this character type), and that's if they look humanoid in the first place.

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These characters tend to exhibit several StockSuperpowers, and if they aren't outright {{immortal}}, [[{{Immortality}} immortal]], they're almost guaranteed to be LongLived. They may or may not qualify as {{Humanoid Abomination}}s (who themselves have a high chance of being this character type), and that's if they look humanoid in the first place.
5th Jun '16 10:46:43 PM lavendermintrose
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* The Grim Reapers of ''Manga/BlackButler'', described by Sebastian as intermediate "between Man and God".
30th Mar '16 12:30:32 PM roxana
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* [[UrExample The original]] demigod, [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh Gilgamesh]] himself, was actually two-thirds god.

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* [[UrExample The original]] demigod, [[Literature/TheEpicOfGilgamesh Gilgamesh]] himself, was actually two-thirds god. How that worked is anybody's guess.
18th Mar '16 3:28:55 PM alkistisioanna
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** The swan's children, Helen(her half - sister Clytemnestra was daughter of Leda and her human husband, Tyndareos) and her twin brothers Castor and Pollux: children of Zeus and Leda .

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** The swan's children, Helen(her Helen (her half - sister Clytemnestra was daughter of Leda and her human husband, Tyndareos) and her twin brothers Castor and Pollux: children of Zeus and Leda .
18th Mar '16 3:25:44 PM alkistisioanna
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** The swan sisters, Helen and Klytemnestra and their twin brothers Castor and Pollux: children of Zeus and Leda.

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** The swan sisters, Helen swan's children, Helen(her half - sister Clytemnestra was daughter of Leda and Klytemnestra her human husband, Tyndareos) and their her twin brothers Castor and Pollux: children of Zeus and Leda.Leda .
13th Feb '16 10:21:36 PM rmctagg09
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** Hitodama, Tagg's Litwick, is the demigodess progeny of Satine the Chandelure and Lifealope, who happens to be a minor deity and Xerneas' brother.

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** Hitodama, Tagg's Litwick, Lampent, is the demigodess progeny of Satine the Chandelure and Lifealope, who happens to be a minor deity and Xerneas' brother.
23rd Jan '16 4:40:42 AM M84
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'', the six original Eliatropes, their Dragon siblings, and Goultard are all semi divine. The original Eliatropes and their Dragon siblings are the first creations of the gods Eliatrope and Great Dragon. Goultard is the son of the god Iop and one of his mortal followers Cabotine.
9th Jan '16 5:50:09 PM SSJMagus
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** Odysseus spent a few years on an island shacked up with a minor goddess. ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' doesn't mention any children, but there's no such thing as a divinity that isn't Super Fertile. Later myths explore the lives of their many, many, many children.

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** Odysseus spent a few years on an island two different islands shacked up with a two different minor goddess.goddesses (Circe and Calypso). ''Literature/TheOdyssey'' doesn't mention any children, but there's no such thing as a divinity that isn't Super Fertile. Later myths explore the lives of their many, many, many children.
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