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15th Mar '17 7:31:27 PM aml364
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* The Aandrisk in Literature/TheLongWayToASmallAndAngryPlanet look like human sized bipedal lizards with multicolored feathers on their heads.

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* The Aandrisk in Literature/TheLongWayToASmallAndAngryPlanet Literature/TheLongWayToASmallAngryPlanet look like human sized bipedal lizards with multicolored feathers on their heads.
15th Mar '17 7:30:33 PM aml364
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* The Aandrisk in Literature/TheLongWayToASmallAndAngryPlanet look like human sized bipedal lizards with multicolored feathers on their heads.
3rd Mar '17 10:45:17 PM angie710
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* On ''WesternAnimaton/RockosModernLife'', all the high-level executives at the WorldDomination bent MegaCorp Conglom-O (including the CEO, Mr. Dupette) are [[FunnyAnimal lizards]] with a habit of picking their noses.
28th Jan '17 11:32:56 AM Abodos
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* The Ma-non of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' are a highly nonstandard example. Essentially resembling short [[Franchise/StarWars Gungans]] with more reptile-like scutes and ridges, their highly technology-dependent culture means that nearly every single one is a BrilliantButLazy ManChild who prefers to spend time eating [[TrademarkFavoriteFood pizza]] rather than putting effort into building and maintaining New LA. They're as chipper and trusting as can be, always excitedly asking questions about their new human and Nopon friends and never assuming maliciousness from anyone (Ackwar of the Mediators is an exception, as his familiarity with the cultures and mindsets of humans and other xenos makes him far less naive when it come to his detective work). The "reptilian" part only ever explicitly comes up with a prejudiced shopkeeper who doesn't want to interact with the Ma-non due to her preexisting anxiety around reptiles from Earth; with some coaxing from the player, she can be convinced that they're nicer aliens than she is initially willing to give them credit for.

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* The Ma-non of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' are a highly nonstandard example. Essentially resembling short [[Franchise/StarWars Gungans]] with more reptile-like scutes and ridges, their highly technology-dependent culture means that nearly every single one is a BrilliantButLazy ManChild who prefers to spend time eating [[TrademarkFavoriteFood pizza]] rather than putting effort into building and maintaining New LA. They're as chipper and trusting as can be, always excitedly asking questions about their new human and Nopon friends and never assuming maliciousness from anyone (Ackwar of the Mediators is an exception, as his familiarity with the cultures and mindsets of humans and other xenos makes him far less naive when it come comes to his detective work). The "reptilian" part only ever explicitly comes up with a prejudiced shopkeeper who doesn't want to interact with the Ma-non due to her preexisting anxiety around reptiles from Earth; with some coaxing from the player, she can be convinced that they're nicer aliens than she is initially willing to give them credit for.
28th Jan '17 11:32:08 AM Abodos
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* The Ma-non of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' are a highly nonstandard example. Essentially resembling short [[Franchise/StarWars Gungans]] with more reptile-like scutes and ridges, their highly technology-dependent culture means that nearly every single one is a BrilliantButLazy ManChild who prefers to spend time eating [[TrademarkFavoriteFood pizza]] rather than putting effort into building and maintaining New LA. They're as chipper and trusting as can be, always excitedly asking questions about their new human and Nopon friends and never assuming maliciousness from anyone. The "reptilian" part only ever explicitly comes up with a prejudiced shopkeeper who doesn't want to interact with the Ma-non due to her preexisting anxiety around reptiles from Earth; with some coaxing from the player, she can be convinced that they're nicer aliens than she is initially willing to give them credit for.

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* The Ma-non of ''VideoGame/XenobladeChroniclesX'' are a highly nonstandard example. Essentially resembling short [[Franchise/StarWars Gungans]] with more reptile-like scutes and ridges, their highly technology-dependent culture means that nearly every single one is a BrilliantButLazy ManChild who prefers to spend time eating [[TrademarkFavoriteFood pizza]] rather than putting effort into building and maintaining New LA. They're as chipper and trusting as can be, always excitedly asking questions about their new human and Nopon friends and never assuming maliciousness from anyone.anyone (Ackwar of the Mediators is an exception, as his familiarity with the cultures and mindsets of humans and other xenos makes him far less naive when it come to his detective work). The "reptilian" part only ever explicitly comes up with a prejudiced shopkeeper who doesn't want to interact with the Ma-non due to her preexisting anxiety around reptiles from Earth; with some coaxing from the player, she can be convinced that they're nicer aliens than she is initially willing to give them credit for.
16th Jan '17 10:24:55 AM Sharlee
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* ''Invoked'' by the Pervects of the ''Literature/MythAdventures'' series, who are green-scaled, sharp-toothed humanoids from the dimension Perv. Although they look the part, most ''actual'' Pervects aren't so much evil as rude, pushy, and egotistical; their racial reputation for being decadent, cruel and bloodthirsty is mostly propaganda, disseminated by the Pervects themselves to discourage non-Pervect freeloaders from immigrating to their wealthier, more advanced dimension.
16th Jan '17 1:09:13 AM Luppercus
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* A race of iguana-like alien gangsters appear as antagonists in one episode of ''WesternAnimation/MenInBlack''.
8th Jan '17 1:36:48 PM nombretomado
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* The alien Badoon and Skrulls and Snarks of MarvelComics. Marvel also has the Serpent Men, borrowed from ''ComicBook/{{Conan|TheBarbarian}}'' in the days when he had a comic there. Ch'od of the Starjammers also fits the description (although he's basically a good guy). As does, to some degree, Stegron the Dinosaur Man. And the SpacePirate Captain Reptyl. And the Tribbitites, aka Toad Men. Along with assorted reptilian {{mutants}} such as Slither, Scaleface, Primal, etc. Basically, Marvel likes this trope.
** TheUltimates has the Chitauri, who are a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the Skrulls.

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* The alien Badoon and Skrulls and Snarks of MarvelComics.Creator/MarvelComics. Marvel also has the Serpent Men, borrowed from ''ComicBook/{{Conan|TheBarbarian}}'' in the days when he had a comic there. Ch'od of the Starjammers also fits the description (although he's basically a good guy). As does, to some degree, Stegron the Dinosaur Man. And the SpacePirate Captain Reptyl. And the Tribbitites, aka Toad Men. Along with assorted reptilian {{mutants}} such as Slither, Scaleface, Primal, etc. Basically, Marvel likes this trope.
** TheUltimates ComicBook/TheUltimates has the Chitauri, who are a DarkerAndEdgier reimagining of the Skrulls.
13th Dec '16 2:11:29 AM TheWeird1
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** InfiniteWorlds for the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} has an Earth that feature lizards. It is called "The United States of Lizarda". GURPS had created a stat for these lizards by loosely based on Dale Russell's opinion. (See Dale Russell's opinion below in the Real Life section.)

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** * InfiniteWorlds for the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' has an Earth that feature lizards. It is called "The United States of Lizarda". GURPS had created a stat for these lizards by loosely based on Dale Russell's opinion. (See Dale Russell's opinion below in the Real Life section.)
13th Dec '16 2:10:59 AM TheWeird1
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** InfiniteWorlds for the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} has an Earth that feature lizards. It is called "The United States of Lizarda". GURPS
had created a stat for these lizards by loosely based on Dale Russell's opinion. (See Dale Russell's opinion below in the Real Life section.)

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** InfiniteWorlds for the ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}} has an Earth that feature lizards. It is called "The United States of Lizarda". GURPS
GURPS had created a stat for these lizards by loosely based on Dale Russell's opinion. (See Dale Russell's opinion below in the Real Life section.)
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