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16th Sep '17 2:33:30 PM Gatordragon24
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* ''VideoGame/{{Paladins}}'':
** Goblins are a SlaveRace who have been forced to work in a gold mine under terrible conditions with little to no compensation. Fortunately, a goblin named Ruckus learned how to repurpose a mining MiniMecha into a war machine and rebelled against his enslavers.
** Ska'drin are a demon-like species who are looked down upon by every other species who see them as evil monsters. They've almost been wiped out at least twice and most ska'drin live in fear, resorting to filing off their horns and tucking their tails to hide their true identity. However, one young ska'drin named Talus is proud of his heritage and strives to show others that ska'drin are good people.
21st Aug '17 8:15:32 AM Allronix
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* The Isos from ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''. Beautiful lifeforms that just [[CreatingLifeIsUnforeseen emerged spontaneously]] from Flynn's tinkering inside The Grid. "Naive and infinitely wise," Flynn called them, coinvinced they could rewrite everything from science to religion and change the world. Unfortunately, the Programs had no context for what to make of them. Worse, ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' and the ''Betrayal'' comic showed that just by existing, they were destabilizing the system and endangering every life on it. Add a magnificently done FalseFlagOperation from Clu that framed them as terrorists, and spread the lie that they could infect and kill Programs with just a touch, and the Programs were convinced that the only way to save themselves was siding with Clu and exterminating them all.

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* The Isos from ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''. Beautiful lifeforms that just [[CreatingLifeIsUnforeseen emerged spontaneously]] from Flynn's tinkering inside The Grid. "Naive and infinitely wise," Flynn called them, coinvinced convinced they could rewrite everything from science to religion and change the world. Unfortunately, the Programs had no context for what to make of them. Worse, ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' and the ''Betrayal'' comic showed that just by existing, they were destabilizing the system and endangering every life on it. Add a magnificently done FalseFlagOperation from Clu that framed them as terrorists, and spread the lie that they could infect and kill Programs with just a touch, and the Programs were convinced that the only way to save themselves was siding with Clu and exterminating them all.
21st Aug '17 8:10:11 AM Allronix
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* The Ewoks from ''Franchise/StarWars'' are a Subversion. Sure, they look like cute little teddy bears, they live on a DeathWorld, and the Empire's set up shop there for their latest superweapon. However, those cute little teddy bears are a race full of BadassAdorable,
CuteAndPsycho {{KillerRabbit}}s who are more than capable of handling themselves if given reason.

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* The Ewoks from ''Franchise/StarWars'' are a Subversion. Sure, they look like cute little teddy bears, they live on a DeathWorld, and the Empire's set up shop there for their latest superweapon. However, those cute little teddy bears are a race full of BadassAdorable,
BadassAdorable, CuteAndPsycho {{KillerRabbit}}s who are more than capable of handling themselves if given reason.
21st Aug '17 8:09:19 AM Allronix
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* The Isos from ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''. Beautiful lifeforms that just [[CreatingLifeIsUnforseen emerged spontaneously]] from Flynn's tinkering inside The Grid. "Naive and infinitely wise." Unfortunately, the Programs had no context for what to make of them. Worse, ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' and the ''Betrayal'' comic showed that just by existing, they were destabilizing the system and endangering every life on it. Add a magnificently done FalseFlagOperation from Clu that framed them as terrorists, and spread the lie that they could infect and kill Programs with just a touch, and the Programs were convinced that the only way to save themselves was siding with Clu and exterminating them all.

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* The Isos from ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''. Beautiful lifeforms that just [[CreatingLifeIsUnforseen [[CreatingLifeIsUnforeseen emerged spontaneously]] from Flynn's tinkering inside The Grid. "Naive and infinitely wise." wise," Flynn called them, coinvinced they could rewrite everything from science to religion and change the world. Unfortunately, the Programs had no context for what to make of them. Worse, ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' and the ''Betrayal'' comic showed that just by existing, they were destabilizing the system and endangering every life on it. Add a magnificently done FalseFlagOperation from Clu that framed them as terrorists, and spread the lie that they could infect and kill Programs with just a touch, and the Programs were convinced that the only way to save themselves was siding with Clu and exterminating them all.
21st Aug '17 8:07:19 AM Allronix
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%%* The Ewoks from ''Franchise/StarWars''.

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%%* * The Ewoks from ''Franchise/StarWars''.''Franchise/StarWars'' are a Subversion. Sure, they look like cute little teddy bears, they live on a DeathWorld, and the Empire's set up shop there for their latest superweapon. However, those cute little teddy bears are a race full of BadassAdorable,
CuteAndPsycho {{KillerRabbit}}s who are more than capable of handling themselves if given reason.


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* The Isos from ''Franchise/{{Tron}}''. Beautiful lifeforms that just [[CreatingLifeIsUnforseen emerged spontaneously]] from Flynn's tinkering inside The Grid. "Naive and infinitely wise." Unfortunately, the Programs had no context for what to make of them. Worse, ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'' and the ''Betrayal'' comic showed that just by existing, they were destabilizing the system and endangering every life on it. Add a magnificently done FalseFlagOperation from Clu that framed them as terrorists, and spread the lie that they could infect and kill Programs with just a touch, and the Programs were convinced that the only way to save themselves was siding with Clu and exterminating them all.
15th Aug '17 12:29:09 PM Bootlebat
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* The Forsaken, Though they are more of a JerkassWoobie species.
15th Aug '17 12:26:39 PM Bootlebat
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* Humans, to a degree. For one, we have the ability to suffer in ways no other animal can (e.g no other animal worries about the future as for as we know, and no other animal is aware of it's inevitable death.)
28th Jul '17 4:27:13 PM Abodos
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** The Gerudo gradually turn out to be this. They're introduced in ''Ocarina of Time'' as a race of DesertBandits ruled by Ganondorf, but they're revealed to be pretty nice once freed from his influence. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' reveals that the harshness of their desert homeland is what drove Ganondorf to TakeOverTheWorld in the first place. By the time of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', they openly consider his origins as one of their own to be a shameful blemish on their tribe's history.

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** The Gerudo gradually turn out to be this. They're introduced in ''Ocarina of Time'' as a race of DesertBandits ruled by Ganondorf, but they're revealed to be pretty nice once freed from his influence. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' reveals that the harshness of their desert homeland is what drove Ganondorf to TakeOverTheWorld in the first place. By the time of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', they openly consider his origins as one of their own to be a shameful blemish on their tribe's history. On a more comedic level, the fact that they're a OneGenderRace means that they have some serious troubles interacting with men without intimidating them.
28th Jul '17 4:20:35 PM Abodos
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** The Gerudo gradually turn out to be this. They're introduced in ''Ocarina of Time'' as a race of DesertBandits ruled by Ganondorf, but they're revealed to be pretty nice once freed from his influence. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' reveals that the harshness of their desert homeland is what drove Ganondorf to TakeOverTheWorld in the first place. By the time of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', they openly consider his origins as one of their own to be a shameful blemish on their tribe's history.
** The Sheikah in ''Breath of the Wild''. The backstory establishes that after their {{Magitek}} was used to help defeat Calamity Ganon, the other peoples of Hyrule banished them from the kingdom out of fear that the technology would be used against them afterward. This is the reason the Yiga Clan decided to ally themselves with Ganon.

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** The Gerudo gradually turn out to be this. They're introduced in ''Ocarina of Time'' as a race of DesertBandits ruled by Ganondorf, but they're revealed to be pretty nice once freed from his influence. influence. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' reveals that the harshness of their desert homeland is what drove Ganondorf to TakeOverTheWorld in the first place. place. By the time of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', they openly consider his origins as one of their own to be a shameful blemish on their tribe's history.
** The Sheikah in ''Breath of the Wild''. The backstory establishes that after their {{Magitek}} was used to help defeat Calamity Ganon, the other peoples of Hyrule banished them from the kingdom out of fear that the technology would be used against them afterward. afterward. Even after this, 120 Sheikah sealed themselves up in the Shrines for 10,000 years waiting to help the future Hylian Champion fight Ganon once again. This is also [[MistreatmentInducedBetrayal the reason reason]] the Yiga Clan decided to ally themselves with Ganon.
28th Jul '17 4:16:36 PM Abodos
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* Gorons and Zoras from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''. Ganondorf starves the Gorons when their leader refuses to hand over the Goron's ruby, and later [[spoiler: tries to feed them all to a dragon in the fire temple as a warning to those who would defy Ganondorf's rule]]. Also, the Zoras [[spoiler:are frozen under ice after Ganondorf takes over; they get better, but in real life this is the kind of thing that would kill you]].

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Gorons and Zoras from ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOcarinaOfTime''. Ganondorf starves the Gorons when their leader refuses to hand over the Goron's ruby, and later [[spoiler: tries to feed them all to a dragon in the fire temple as a warning to those who would defy Ganondorf's rule]]. Also, the Zoras [[spoiler:are frozen under ice after Ganondorf takes over; they get better, but in real life this is the kind of thing that would kill you]].you]].
** The Gerudo gradually turn out to be this. They're introduced in ''Ocarina of Time'' as a race of DesertBandits ruled by Ganondorf, but they're revealed to be pretty nice once freed from his influence. ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaTheWindWaker'' reveals that the harshness of their desert homeland is what drove Ganondorf to TakeOverTheWorld in the first place. By the time of ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'', they openly consider his origins as one of their own to be a shameful blemish on their tribe's history.
** The Sheikah in ''Breath of the Wild''. The backstory establishes that after their {{Magitek}} was used to help defeat Calamity Ganon, the other peoples of Hyrule banished them from the kingdom out of fear that the technology would be used against them afterward. This is the reason the Yiga Clan decided to ally themselves with Ganon.
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