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Black Vikings and non-historical settings :
Black Vikings This only deals with historical settings right? I asks because there examples from alternate histories and other fantastical settings were it would be unusual but not historically inaccurate to have a character of another race.
edited 4th Jul '12 1:55:09 AM by Feather7603
Do character living in Fantasy Counterpart Culture count for this trope? Like say a Black person in a fantasy medieval Europe.
In the real medieval Europe, there were black folk and anyway in a fantasy europe, you could have aliens living there, so why not blacks?
Personally, I would say that no, Black Vikings is not a trope that applies to fantasy settings.
Fallen PaladinI agree. In a fantasy world, racial representation is what the creator wants it to be.
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