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I'm going to edit the claim that a.p.'s are usually more powerful than gods. Many of them can be quite little.
Removed this page quote:
...Because all it does it mention the term "anthropomorphic personification". It doesn't illuminate it in any way, aside from the mention of who's talking.
Replaced with this:
...Because I think it hints at the difference between the abstraction and the personification, as well as being mildly humorous.
Someone had removed the lines in the middle. I see the point, it's clumsy. But I think we should keep part of them. So, I think it should be like this:
I think I'd better tell you... my grandfather is Death.
Oh, I'm sorry to hear that.
I said Death.
You mean (etc.)
Anthropomorphism is the creation of monsters.
To make the darkness really scary, you must give it eyes.
Could the Borg Queen be considered the Anthropomorphic Personification of the Borg Collective, some of the things she says seem to imply that she is not just a part or controller but the embodiment of the Borg Collective its self
Is there a trope namer and if not, should we pick one?
I don't think you can pick a Trope Namer. A trope namer is a work using the name that the trope is named after. As such, if this trope name is a term in scholarship, thew closest thing to a trope namer would be academic scholarship itself or whatever particular work introduced the term.
Wouldn't the Real Life examples fit better under a Miscellaneous section? Most of those examples don't actually exist in real life, they're characters that are used in real life to represent their respective concepts as they are defined in real life.
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How well does it match the trope?