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This is humanity's Hat. Compared to the other races of the galaxy, or at least the other 'good' races, humans are violent, warlike savages who revel in chaos and destruction.
This is not, however, a bad thing; at worst, the more 'civilized' races may look down on us, but they acknowledge that we're not a plague to be wiped out. Or at least they acknowledge that it might be somewhat inadvisable to try. The trope takes one of three forms: Look for humanity to attempt to capture and reverse-engineer as much of the aliens' superior technology or magic as possible, while aliens either keep the pressure on through sheer resource advantage or begin to learn some of our own tricks to turn against us.
Other aliens, inspired by our example, may rise against their keepers or speak out on our behalf in the Galactic Senate, so we can eventually come to have claim to our space that we don't have to constantly fight to protect.
This version is frequently related to Earth Is a Battlefield. The second form of this trope makes humans useful to other aliens.
Maybe the "good" aliens have been fighting a losing war against the "evil" aliens due to psychological limitations, numbers, or lack of training in the art of war.
Maybe they are evenly matched or even winning against the enemy but want someone else to get shot at for a change. By working together with humans, they can actually put their advanced technology or magic to use effectively; in turn, humans gain the peacetime benefits of the aliens' advanced technology.
Other aliens may be less scrupulous about the relationship, considering us less 'valuable partners' and more ' Battle Thralls '. So long as they are able to enforce the relationship through their technology, this trope remains in the second form The third variation on this trope might better be called "Humans Are Soldiers.
Thus despite actually being less skilled at raw violence, humanity ends up being the ones able to band together and fight warsand fulfill this trope.
As the experience shows, regardless of any aliens, this version is definitely Truth in Television: This essentially meant the the war turned out from the tool of dominance into the tool of obliteration.
This one can be combined with Humans Are Diplomatssince soldiers also know that peace is the end goal of fighting. Contrast Humans Are Diplomatswhere we're the ones keeping the peace for everyone else.
It's probably advisable not to include Real Life examples, since, as noted on the page for Proud Warrior Raceit's hard to name a human culture that isn't known for have something that could be called a warrior tradition.
Examples of the first form of this trope include: An alien astronaut from Mars concludes that this is the nature of humans after witnessing Nobita and Doraemon happily watching a TV show about a Super Sentai beating up aliensconvincing the rest of the aliens not to make any further contact with humans and flee from their home planet for good.
The Irony is, said aliens are created by Nobita and Doraemon, and the reason of them doing this in the first place is to have the Martians make First Contact with humans. With the human villains, Chronos, who find Uranus technology, reverse-engineer it, make far more powerful versions of it, and plan to use it to find the Uranus and kill them.
A series about an alien ship that crashes on Earth, giving humans access to advanced technology.
While Robotech has humanity becoming more and more warlike, the Macross franchise as a whole does quite the opposite, with humanity's main strength being its peacetime culture and The Power of Rock.Note: this article is about the main being focused on in the mythos.
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