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22nd Apr '16 4:19:41 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'', [[spoiler: the Protoculture, and arguably the Zentradi, as the Protoculture were more or less advanced humans who created the Zentradi to fight for them. Didn't work so well.]]

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* In ''Anime/SuperDimensionFortressMacross'', ''Anime/{{Macross}}'', [[spoiler: the Protoculture, and arguably the Zentradi, as the Protoculture were more or less advanced humans who created the Zentradi to fight for them. Didn't work so well.]]
15th Feb '16 12:45:32 PM PlasmaTalon
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* ''VideoGame/CivilizationBeyondEarth'': The end result of devoting your civ to the Supremacy or Harmony affinities is turning your people into {{Cyborg}}s or {{Half Human Hybrid}}s respectively. May be a positive or negative portrayal depending on how you roleplay.

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* ''VideoGame/CivilizationBeyondEarth'': The end result of devoting your civ to the Supremacy or Harmony affinities is turning your people into {{Cyborg}}s or {{Half Human Hybrid}}s respectively. May be a positive or negative portrayal depending on how you roleplay. The hybrid affinity of the two added in Rising Tide does this as well. One upping both by creating half human cyborgs, who look almost nothing like the people they used to be.
12th Jan '16 11:05:28 AM MadCat221
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* ''Webcomic/AliceGrove'' introduces the Transhuman siblings, Ardent (who is more pro-biological enhancement) and Gavia (who has {{Nanotechnology}} integrated into her).
6th Dec '15 5:49:30 PM nombretomado
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* The Sheeda from Creator/GrantMorrison's ''SevenSoldiers'' series were a future posthuman species that robbed the past to support their resource-poor civilization.

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* The Sheeda from Creator/GrantMorrison's ''SevenSoldiers'' ''ComicBook/SevenSoldiers'' series were a future posthuman species that robbed the past to support their resource-poor civilization.
10th Nov '15 5:16:57 PM Llygodenfawr
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* In Creator/JackVance's 1962 story, ''Literature/TheDragonMasters'', a human colony is plagued by alien kidnappers. After fighting back and taking captives, the story shifts ahead many years, and the captive aliens have been bred into [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons of many breeds with many purposes]]. When the alien slavers return, its revealed that they have [[BodyHorror done the same with their human captives.]]

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* In Creator/JackVance's 1962 story, ''Literature/TheDragonMasters'', a human colony is plagued by alien kidnappers. After fighting back and taking captives, the story shifts ahead many years, and the captive aliens have been bred into [[OurDragonsAreDifferent Dragons of many breeds with many purposes]]. When the alien slavers return, its it's revealed that they have [[BodyHorror done the same with their human captives.]]
28th Oct '15 12:32:35 PM Oecchi
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* Lunarians from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' were humans that moved to the earth in ancient times. They also have the most advanced technology in the series, live on the source of Gensokyo's magic, and include a pair of {{God Mode Sue}}s that systematically defeat many of the main characters.

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* Lunarians from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' were humans that moved from earth to the earth moon in ancient times. They also have the most advanced technology in the series, live on the source of Gensokyo's magic, and include a pair of {{God Mode Sue}}s that systematically defeat many of the main characters.
26th Oct '15 7:14:37 AM matteste
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* Lunarians from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' were humans that moved to the earth in ancient times. They also have the most advanced technology in the series, live on the source of Gensokyo's magic, and include a pair of {{Mary Sue}}s that systematically defeat many of the main characters.

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* Lunarians from ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' were humans that moved to the earth in ancient times. They also have the most advanced technology in the series, live on the source of Gensokyo's magic, and include a pair of {{Mary {{God Mode Sue}}s that systematically defeat many of the main characters.
18th Aug '15 7:07:35 AM zarpaulus
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* In M.C.A. Hogarth's ''Literature/ParadoxUniverse'' the Pelted are multiple races of genetically engineered [[PettingZooPeople human-animal hybrids]] created in the 21st century as servants. After a number of scandals they were given a fleet of GenerationShips and left the Sol system. Over the centuries some races forgot their origins but the books take place after FTL drive is developed and contact between earth and the Pelted worlds is re-established and their genealogy is common knowledge. [[spoiler: The [[SpaceElves Eldritch]] on the other hand keep their human ancestry a closely guarded secret, most of the Alliance believes them to be true aliens, despite looking considerably more human than most Pelted.]]

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* In M.C.A. Hogarth's ''Literature/ParadoxUniverse'' the ''Literature/ParadoxUniverse''
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Pelted are multiple races of genetically engineered [[PettingZooPeople human-animal hybrids]] created in as part of "Project Homefront", an attempt to seed the 21st century as servants. After a number of universe with "friendly aliens". Unfortunately the project was racked with scandals they were given a fleet of as the corporations contracted for the project abused the Pelted, and after the GenerationShips and left the Sol system. Over the centuries some races forgot their origins but the books take place after FTL drive is developed and contact Solar System's economy was wrecked by a war between earth Earth and Mars. Humanity did not take it well when their "children" came back on FTL ships with matter replicators and teleporters.
** Before FirstContact with true aliens
the Pelted worlds is re-established and attempted their genealogy is common knowledge. own version of Project Homefront with the third generation Pelted, which they attempted to give fabricated cultures and even false memories to. All three species uncovered the ruse, no hard feelings though. The Glaseah rejected their fabricated culture and assimilated into the Alliance, the Ciracaana split between those who wanted to join the Alliance and those who preferred a nomadic tribal life, and the Phoenixes created their own inscrutable culture.
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[[spoiler: The [[SpaceElves Eldritch]] on the other hand keep their human ancestry a closely guarded secret, most of the Alliance believes them to be true aliens, despite looking considerably more human than most Pelted.]]
11th Jul '15 6:59:31 AM zarpaulus
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Spacetrawler}}'' the Eebs turned out to have evolved from a tribe of primordial humans who developed telekinesis and then used their powers to leave the planet when they got tired of the non-TK humans. Their short, stocky bodies are a result of their new homeworld's higher gravity and the green skin was caused by something in the atmosphere, no explanation for the antennae though. [[spoiler: And they can still cross-breed]]
10th Jul '15 3:13:28 AM Ion288
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* The MilesVorkosigan series has three examples in the Cetagandans, the "Quaddies", and the Betan Hermaphrodites. The Cetagandans are an EvilutionaryBiologist race who are continually experimenting with genetics so as to "perfect" themselves. They still look human now but it's hard to say what the future holds for them. The Quaddies are a people specifically engineered for zero gravity with a second set of arms instead of legs. Normal humans shunned them so they fled and set up their own society after the invention of artificial gravity precluded any real need for their services. The Betan hermaphodites are described as "Betan egalitarinism gone mad" and are relatively normal except for the obvious. They're also a minority even on their home planet though they're much in demand as sex therapists.
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