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14th Mar '16 1:54:03 PM Prfnoff
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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences and technologies from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.

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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline ''LightNovel/SwordArtOnline'' are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences and technologies from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.
4th Dec '15 4:08:23 PM Prfnoff
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* The sitcom ''Tensai Bakabon'' is initially about a comically stupid little boy named Bakabon and his adventures with his pals. It focuses so strongly on his point of view that his parents don't even get names, referred to only as "Papa" and "Mama." Over time, however, Bakabon's troublemaking father proves to be a much more popular character, to the point that the series soon revolves around him and his various schemes. Bakabon himself is demoted to his occasional sidekick. Despite this, the dad is still never given a name, and is called "Bakabon's Father" on merchandise.

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* The sitcom gag manga ''Tensai Bakabon'' is initially about a comically stupid little boy named Bakabon and his adventures with his pals. It focuses pals, focusing so strongly on his point of view that [[UnnamedParent his parents don't even get names, names]], referred to only as "Papa" and "Mama." Over time, however, Bakabon's troublemaking father proves to be a much more popular character, to the point that the series soon revolves around him and his various schemes. Bakabon himself is demoted to his occasional sidekick. Despite this, the dad is still never given a name, and is called "Bakabon's Father" on merchandise.
31st Oct '15 9:31:58 AM thatother1dude
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* In Saban's ''{{Literature/Pinocchio}}'' series, Pinocchio is made from the wood of an oak tree instead of a pine tree. The original Japanese version is called ''Anime/MokkuOfTheOakTree''.
21st Jul '15 12:41:32 AM Arha
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* Index, the title character of ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', gets DemotedToExtra within the first ten episodes. Albeit the occasional arc gives her more focus, but she never regains her importance of the first arc. She is, however, one of the most important characters of the series, so it's not as bad as other examples.

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* Index, the title character of ''LightNovel/ACertainMagicalIndex'', gets DemotedToExtra within the first ten episodes. Albeit Although the occasional arc gives her more focus, but she never regains her the importance of she had in the first arc. She is, however, one of the most arc, making her little more than another GirlOfTheWeek in that respect. However, given that she lives with Touma and played a rather important characters role in the WWIII arc, she ''has'' fared better than the likes of the series, so it's not as bad as other examples.true C list fodder of the cast.
10th Jul '15 8:51:18 AM smalltime
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* In Saban's ''{{Literature/Pinocchio}}'' series, Pinocchio is made from the wood of an oak tree instead of a pine tree. The original Japanese version is called ''Mokku of the Oak Tree''.

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* In Saban's ''{{Literature/Pinocchio}}'' series, Pinocchio is made from the wood of an oak tree instead of a pine tree. The original Japanese version is called ''Mokku of the Oak Tree''.''Anime/MokkuOfTheOakTree''.
4th Jul '15 11:46:59 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''YuYuHakusho'' translates as "Ghost Files," and this reflects the actual stories at first; Yusuke, as a ghost, helps other ghosts. Before too long, it morphs into a fighting series similar to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''.

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* ''YuYuHakusho'' ''Manga/YuYuHakusho'' translates as "Ghost Files," and this reflects the actual stories at first; Yusuke, as a ghost, helps other ghosts. Before too long, it morphs into a fighting series similar to ''Anime/DragonBallZ''.
14th Apr '15 11:50:51 AM Psyga315
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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.

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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences and technologies from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.
11th Mar '15 12:46:46 AM Kid
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* The anime adaption of the ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' light novels, gets its title from the first novel, ''The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya'', however, the show adapts from 5 different books, each one with a different title. Currently it has adapted the first three books plus some short stories of the fifth and sixth novels.

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* The anime adaption of the ''LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya'' light novels, novels gets its title from the first novel, ''The Melancholy Of Haruhi Suzumiya'', Suzumiya''; however, the show adapts from 5 different books, each one with a different title. Currently it has adapted the first three books plus some short stories of the fifth and sixth novels.
12th Feb '15 6:24:47 AM smalltime
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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.

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* Only the first fourteen episodes of SwordArtOnline are actually set in the eponymous video game, after which it's destroyed. Experiences from SAO do serve as plot points from time to time, though, and on a more basic level swords, skill with swords, and online games are important through the whole thing.thing.
* In Saban's ''{{Literature/Pinocchio}}'' series, Pinocchio is made from the wood of an oak tree instead of a pine tree. The original Japanese version is called ''Mokku of the Oak Tree''.
8th Nov '14 8:11:26 PM yuugame
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** The Shadow RPG, Four Aces, and Dungeons Dragons & Dice weren't Duel Monsters. So one can say it only applies to the anime and its spin-offs. Granted, DDD showed up as DDM (Dungeon Dice Monsters) in the anime and so did the Shadow RPG, but in the anime they rewrote the DDD arc with Duel Monsters in mind and the tabletop aspect of the Shadow RPG was radically nerfed in favor of additional card battles and other anime-related changes.

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** Not exactly from volume 8 on. The Shadow RPG, Four Aces, and Dungeons Dragons & Dice weren't Duel Monsters. So one can say it only ''only'' applies to the anime and its spin-offs. Granted, DDD showed up as DDM (Dungeon Dice Monsters) in the anime and so did the Shadow RPG, but in the anime they rewrote the DDD arc with Duel Monsters in mind and the tabletop aspect of the Shadow RPG was radically nerfed in favor of additional card battles and other anime-related changes.
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