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Nov 20th 2012 at 7:30:49 PM •••

This trope has been re-defined. I don't know whether this example is valid for the new definition. It may need rewording to show how it fits the new definition. If it's valid, please restore it here and on the trope page.

  • Loads and Loads of Races: The first book has only werewolves, the second introduces Witches, Sorcerers, Half-Demons, Vampires and Shaman. Later we get Necromancers, Ghosts, Angels, Druids, full demons, demi-demons, Celtic gods, and the "minor" races.

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Nov 23rd 2012 at 1:29:34 PM •••

So under the new definition, a work has to have at least fifteen different races/species, all of which have to be at least a little fleshed out?

I'm not sure what's missing from the example you moved here; unless it's that I count thirteen there and you want two more?

I'm familiar enough with the work to redo the example, I'm just not sure what it needs.

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