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| The Phantom's Curse · Danger at Loch Ness · Secret in the Old Bunker|
| Jesse Millette · Harriet Millette · Ellena Chadwell · Zara Litchford · Oliver Mehler · Rose Hurst · Madelyn Hurst · Richard Millette|
| Multifaricity · Inaptronymity · Appellatology · Appellation · Eponymity · Inaptronymous fault · Polynymity · Hyperappellation · Philosophomastics · Appellational derivation · Appellational category · Cryptonymity · Anthropomorphism in Millettism · Toponymity · Trade appellation · Denominationalism · Astrosa|
| Pseudo-fantasy · Futurism · Realistic futurism · Spacism · Mystery · Detective fiction · Astronomic fiction · Spacefaring|
|Protagonist · Deuteragonist · Tritagonist · Tetragonist · Pentagonist|
A pseudo-fantasy is a genre in which the events, environment, and world order of the narrative are clearly futuristic and fictional, however, they remain realistic enough to be prophesied and/or believed to occur sometime in the future. As the first example of this, it was Cometan's Astronist prophecy that the spacefaring world and the associated culture of spacefaring would come to dominate the world after the occurrence of both the Astronomic Revolution and the astronisation of societies.