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18th Feb '17 1:54:24 AM Veanne
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* In ''Webcomic/TryingHuman'', both TheReptilians and TheGreys, but the Greys are much, much stronger with it, also having loads of MindOverMatter.
15th Feb '17 5:59:05 AM Morgenthaler
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13th Feb '17 6:10:57 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are [[TouchTelepathy touch-telepaths]] (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.



** The first pilot episode, "The Cage", features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.

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** The first pilot episode, "The Cage", features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.
13th Feb '17 5:52:11 AM Morgenthaler
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** The first pilot episode, The Cage, features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.
** The episode ''The Immunity Syndrome'' does feature Spock telepathically picking up (at interstellar distances) a message of sorts from a group of Vulcans. [[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling Said message being the death of the four-hundred or so Vulcans in that group]].

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** The first pilot episode, The Cage, "The Cage", features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.
** The episode ''The "The Immunity Syndrome'' Syndrome" does feature Spock telepathically picking up (at interstellar distances) a message of sorts from a group of Vulcans. [[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling Said message being the death of the four-hundred or so Vulcans in that group]].
13th Feb '17 5:51:50 AM Morgenthaler
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* Also, the first pilot of the original ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'', The Cage, features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.
** The Original Series episode ''The Immunity Syndrome'' does feature Spock telepathically picking up (at interstellar distances) a message of sorts from a group of Vulcans. [[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling Said message being the death of the four-hundred or so Vulcans in that group]].

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* Also, the ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'':
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first pilot of the original ''[[Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries Star Trek]]'', episode, The Cage, features the [[Comicbook/XMen Professor X]]-level telepathic Talosians, making the first Trek aliens ''ever'' (other than Spock, that is) qualify. They weren't ''nearly'' as nice as most of the other examples here, though. ''Franchise/StarTrek'' regularly uses telepathic species. Vulcans are touch-telepaths (or at least, most of them are; [[Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier Spock's half-brother Sybok]] is an example of a Vulcan who doesn't require physical contact); they can't communicate over distances, but Spock has used a mind-meld to communicate with aliens on occasion. And then there's the ''katra'' business, using a mind-meld to cheat death.
** The Original Series episode ''The Immunity Syndrome'' does feature Spock telepathically picking up (at interstellar distances) a message of sorts from a group of Vulcans. [[MySignificanceSenseIsTingling Said message being the death of the four-hundred or so Vulcans in that group]].
13th Feb '17 5:31:53 AM Morgenthaler
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4th Feb '17 6:50:48 PM TheKaizerreich
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* The Protoss in ''Franchise/StarCraft'' fit this to a tee. The humans are also apparently in the "developing into the telepathic race" stage, and the zerg have their own, different forms of telepathy too.

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* The Protoss in ''Franchise/StarCraft'' fit this to a tee. The humans are also apparently in the "developing into the telepathic race" stage, and the zerg Zerg have their own, different forms of telepathy too.too. In fact, the difference in psionic powers between the Protoss (offensive) and Zerg (HiveMind control) is a plot point; both races were originally meddled with by precursors with the eventual goal of unifying, but this failed. They then went to war and the Zerg, outclassed by the Protoss, searched for a new species they can assimilate and use its psychic powers to defeat the Protoss. Enter: the humans.
26th Jan '17 11:32:46 PM PaulA
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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'' universe, R. Daneel Olivaw is a telepathic space ''robot''.

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* In Creator/IsaacAsimov's ''Literature/{{Foundation}}'' universe, R. universe:
** The would-be GalacticConqueror known as the Mule.
** The Second Foundation.
** Gaia.
** In ''Literature/FoundationAndEarth'', [[spoiler:R.
Daneel Olivaw is a telepathic space ''robot''.''robot'']].



** Then of course there are also the Second Foundation and Gaia. Also, the would-be GalacticConqueror known as the Mule.
26th Sep '16 9:12:58 AM Morgenthaler
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* The V'sori in the SavageWorlds setting Necessary Evil are highly telepathic. They communicate telepathically, can detect any other nearby telepath, which include the Atlanteans and Half-Breeds, both of which are playable races. While V'sori blood may be a cause for a player's telekinesis, most V'sori are actually not telekinetic.

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* The V'sori in the SavageWorlds ''TabletopGame/SavageWorlds'' setting Necessary Evil are highly telepathic. They communicate telepathically, can detect any other nearby telepath, which include the Atlanteans and Half-Breeds, both of which are playable races. While V'sori blood may be a cause for a player's telekinesis, most V'sori are actually not telekinetic.
26th Aug '16 9:24:08 AM Sark0TAG
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* The Nihilanth from ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' communicates with Gordon Freeman by telepathy, and does so the minute you teleport to Xen.
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