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There are several points that seem to indicate this: Pigsy and Sandy make a great example, despite their rather obvious, non-Human origin, with one being a literal, upright-walking, talking pig, and the other a blue giant as wide as he is tall, aren't treated any differently from any other person by the average citizen. And Pigsy isn't the only one of his kind if the Boar Chef from the pilot is any indication.

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There are several points that seem to indicate this: Pigsy and Sandy make a great example, despite their rather obvious, non-Human origin, with one being a literal, upright-walking, talking pig, and the other a blue giant as wide as he is tall, they aren't treated any differently from any other person by the average citizen.citizen, nor provoke any unusual reaction. And Pigsy isn't the only one of his kind if the Boar Chef from the pilot is any indication.


In the show it is shown that the Monkey King fought Red Son's parents but not him so it's possible that he had just been born or was too young to fight.

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In the show it is shown that the Monkey King fought Red Son's parents but not him so it's possible that he had just been born or was too young to fight.fight.


[[WMG: Demons have been a very common, almost mundane occurrence in Megapolis even before the return of the Demon Bull King.]]

There are several points that seem to indicate this: Pigsy and Sandy make a great example, despite their rather obvious, non-Human origin, with one being a literal, upright-walking, talking pig, and the other a blue giant as wide as he is tall, aren't treated any differently from any other person by the average citizen. And Pigsy isn't the only one of his kind if the Boar Chef from the pilot is any indication.

Yin and Jin are another good example, in ''The Great Wall Race'', they were able to participate in the titular race with no issues, and later even highjack the public broadcast of the race without anyone questioning it much. Later, in ''Noddles Or Death'', the two even have a demonic accountant/secretary, appearing in a highly public occasion without anyone commenting on it, seemingly just doing a job without any sort of evil scheme behind it (discounting her Bosses' plan, of course).

In ''Revenge Of the Spider Queen'', Red Son and Demon Bull King were able to run a food stand together, again in the open public, which is especially notable for the latter, since in his last appearances he flattened a good chunk of the city. Not to mention the pilot where the shoe store clerk, and the people waiting in line, weren't all too bothered by their appearance (or more accurately DBK's appearance, since Red Son looks Human) until they started to ransack the place.

Some Demons still seem to use disguises though, as seen in ''Impossible Delivery'' where a bunch of Demons take the shape of kids playing in the street to lure in victims, and there is also the "Mayor" of the Lady Bone Demon, but, as far as I can tell, they seem to be in the minority of those on-screen, and do so for a specific purpose, most, like DBK and Yin and Jin, go about with their faces unmasked, so to speak.

The Humans of Megapolis are probably so used to their appearance that the sight of a person with purple skin and horns on their forehead, a talking pig, or even a fifteen feet tall humanoid bull, doesn't faze them anymore. It has become normal to them, which wouldn't be really possible if the public knowledge of Demons had only been a very recent thing.

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[[WMG: Red Son was still a baby or a very young child when the Monkey King trapped his father in the mountain.]]

In the show it is shown that the Monkey King fought Red Son's parents but not him so it's possible that he had just been born or was too young to fight.

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