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24th Sep '16 9:59:03 PM sirbiznatchderyk
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** This is the weaker version in which [[spoiler: The Malvans]] languished, even though they're still the most advanced species in the universe with the most advanced technology. In an alternate universe, the event that caused them to become that way never happened the result, [[spoiler: they took over the universe and continue expanding and are beginning to expand into the multiverse, to the point where the BBEG of the series, Istvatha V’han, who conquered millions of universes of the multiverse cannot take that one universe over ans watches it very cautiously]]

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** This is the weaker version in which [[spoiler: The Malvans]] languished, even though they're still the most advanced species in the universe with the most advanced technology. In an one of the alternate universe, universes, however, the event that caused them to become that way never happened the result, [[spoiler: they took over the universe and continue expanding and are beginning to expand into the multiverse, to the point where the BBEG of the series, Istvatha V’han, who conquered millions billions of universes of the multiverse cannot take that one universe over ans watches and monitors it very cautiously]]
22nd Sep '16 10:02:29 AM Prfnoff
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* The Gods (or "Ymirian Guards") in ''Nerhûn'' are actually highly advanced aliens from the nearby planet Ymir who used EnÃ'r as an experimental location for genetic modification. It got slightly out of hand, though...

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* The Gods (or "Ymirian Guards") in ''Nerhûn'' ''Nerhûn'' are actually highly advanced aliens from the nearby planet Ymir who used EnÃ'r Enôr as an experimental location for genetic modification. It got slightly out of hand, though...
22nd Sep '16 9:45:28 AM Prfnoff
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* In ''Literature/{{Flatland}}'', the Sphere is this from the narrator's perspective, having unusual powers deriving from existing in another dimension, i.e. the third.
16th Sep '16 2:02:35 AM sirbiznatchderyk
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** This is the weaker version in which [[spoiler: The Malvans]] languished, even though they're still the most advanced species in the universe with the most advanced technology. In an alternate universe, the event that caused them to become that way never happened the result, [[spoiler: they took over the universe and continue expanding and are beginning to expand into the multiverse, to the point where the BBEG of the series, Istvatha V’han, who conquered millions of universes of the multiverse cannot take that one universe over]]

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** This is the weaker version in which [[spoiler: The Malvans]] languished, even though they're still the most advanced species in the universe with the most advanced technology. In an alternate universe, the event that caused them to become that way never happened the result, [[spoiler: they took over the universe and continue expanding and are beginning to expand into the multiverse, to the point where the BBEG of the series, Istvatha V’han, who conquered millions of universes of the multiverse cannot take that one universe over]]over ans watches it very cautiously]]
16th Sep '16 2:00:03 AM sirbiznatchderyk
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* In the 6th Edition of TabletopGame/HeroSystem there are at least three races [[spoiler:the Malvans, the Odrugarans and the Mandaarians]] capable of doing anything from colonizing and terraforming asteroids and planets to shattering planets, pull a moon or planet out of its orbit and “fling” it away from its parent body, transmute one type of matter into another type of matter (thus allowing for the nigh-instantaneous creation of objects from “thin air”), quickly and easily clone any living creature, then copy or transfer memories into the clone, create force-fields that protect against virtually any force (including magic and psionics), cross the Milky Way Galaxy in as little as a day (military starships) or a week (common civilian models), teleport people and objects over interstellar distances (and sometimes further), giving themselves any superpower they desire and cure nearly any disease, heal nearly any injury,and extend lifespans for centuries (or even millennia, or can even live forever). [[spoiler::Luckily they're all peaceful or too lazy from being able to replicate anything they want to be a threat.]]

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* In the 6th Edition of TabletopGame/HeroSystem there are at least three races [[spoiler:the Malvans, the Odrugarans and the Mandaarians]] capable of doing anything from colonizing and terraforming asteroids and planets to shattering planets, pull a moon or planet out of its orbit and “fling” it away from its parent body, transmute one type of matter into another type of matter (thus allowing for the nigh-instantaneous creation of objects from “thin air”), quickly and easily clone any living creature, then copy or transfer memories into the clone, create force-fields that protect against virtually any force (including magic and psionics), cross the Milky Way Galaxy in as little as a day (military starships) or a week (common civilian models), teleport people and objects over interstellar distances (and sometimes further), giving themselves any superpower they desire and cure nearly any disease, heal nearly any injury,and extend lifespans for centuries (or even millennia, or can even live forever). [[spoiler::Luckily [[spoiler:Luckily they're all peaceful or too lazy from being able to replicate anything they want to be a threat.]]]]
**This is the weaker version in which [[spoiler: The Malvans]] languished, even though they're still the most advanced species in the universe with the most advanced technology. In an alternate universe, the event that caused them to become that way never happened the result, [[spoiler: they took over the universe and continue expanding and are beginning to expand into the multiverse, to the point where the BBEG of the series, Istvatha V’han, who conquered millions of universes of the multiverse cannot take that one universe over]]
15th Sep '16 3:37:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/TheTenSeconders'': The "Gods" who presented themselves as {{superhero}}es to humanity are in fact only the rebellious children of a truly godlike race of aliens who created them for their own experiments. The comic eventually concludes that none of these entities are really gods, just more powerful/advanced ones.
10th Sep '16 1:21:54 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' has the Shinkoku Trastrium civilization, which are actually super-powered human cyborgs descended from Genetically altered humans, have a lot in common with this trope, with a {{Hinduism}} and {{Buddhism}} twist.

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* ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' has the Shinkoku Trastrium civilization, which are actually super-powered human cyborgs descended from Genetically altered humans, have a lot in common with this trope, with a {{Hinduism}} UsefulNotes/{{Hinduism}} and {{Buddhism}} UsefulNotes/{{Buddhism}} twist.
7th Sep '16 8:14:58 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In the now-discredited ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', there were the [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], a race of even ''more'' mysterious beings who used impossibly advanced technology to shape entire star systems, and may very well have been connected to the physical embodiments of the Force itself.

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* In the now-discredited ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'', there were the [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], a race of even ''more'' mysterious beings who used impossibly advanced technology to shape entire star systems, and may very well have been connected to the physical embodiments of the Force itself.
31st Aug '16 6:45:21 AM CharlesPhipps
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* The Elder Gods in the Literature/TitusCrow series by Creator/BrianLumley are a bunch of Cthulhuoid deities who are all a GoodCounterpart to their more famous brethren. They provided humanity with protections against the Cthulhu Mythos as well as bound their kinsmen. It's implied they assist other races in their development as well.
27th Aug '16 1:07:35 AM BigJaredMonkey
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* In the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', there were the [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], a race of even ''more'' mysterious beings who used impossibly advanced technology to shape entire star systems, and may very well have been connected to the physical embodiments of the Force itself.


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* In the now-discredited ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'', there were the [[{{Precursors}} Celestials]], a race of even ''more'' mysterious beings who used impossibly advanced technology to shape entire star systems, and may very well have been connected to the physical embodiments of the Force itself.
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