History BrokenBase / WebMedia

6th Apr '16 1:32:15 PM Atlasth3rd
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* Episode Three of "Podcast/AliceIsntDead" begins with a trigger warning, one that specifically states that [[spoiler:someone gets attacked in the episode.]] Trigger warnings in work are a controversial topic already, but many fans found that this one in particular spoiled a potentially great JumpScare. Others thought found that the warning was warranted by the content.
17th Feb '16 5:35:51 AM bleach246
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** Once the series officially hit it's CerebusSyndrome in Volume 3 there are now arguments about whether or not the series has gone too far in becoming DarkerAndEdgier. By the end of the volume three recurring characters are dead ([[spoiler: Penny, Torchwick and Pyrrha]]), [[spoiler: Beacon Academy has been destroyed, Ozpin has disappeared, Yang's [[AnArmAndALeg arm was sliced off]] and Team RWBY has been disbanded]]. For one half of the fandom these twists have caused DarknessInducedAudienceApathy to occur, the other half however feel that these twists give a lot more weight to the story and have made said fans more invested in the series.
2nd Feb '16 12:45:39 PM Arcana4th
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** Many fans disliked how the second season started to bring in more romance to the plot. Including Blake and Sun's ShipTease and the chain of UnrequitedLove between Pyrrha, Jaune, Weiss, Neptune and Yang. They saw it as the series becoming a school romance akin of Shoujo manga.
** Though a minor example, Jaune can be seen as this. Many fans believe he steals too much screentime from everybody on his team, and sometimes even team RWBY, and gets way more CharacterDevelopment than other characters that fans wanted to see too, such as Pyrrha.
10th Jan '16 7:34:19 PM randomtroper89
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* Youtuber Danger Dolan expanded from being a one man operation into a small company, and as such, Dolan chose to hire people to narrate videos as his time was otherwise occupied. This has led to no end of people bitching about how much they hate certain narrators, while others know that the scripts would be exactly the same even if Dolan was the narrator and understand why this was done.

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* Youtuber Danger Planet Dolan expanded from being a one man operation into a small company, and as such, Dolan chose to hire people to narrate videos as his time was otherwise occupied. This has led to no end of people bitching about how much they hate certain narrators, while others know that the scripts would be exactly the same even if Dolan was the narrator and understand why this was done.
12th Dec '15 5:53:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* SmashBrosLawl developed this over time. Once the Post-Morgan Era started, many complained about the firing of the [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl announcer]], especially in regards to MorganFreeman being the announcer, the detractors mainly finding the sentence mixing to not be as amusing as that of the Brawl announcer. The creator took notice, and revealed WillSmith as an announcer earlier than intended, in order to appease the fanbase.

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* SmashBrosLawl WebAnimation/SmashBrosLawl developed this over time. Once the Post-Morgan Era started, many complained about the firing of the [[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Brawl announcer]], especially in regards to MorganFreeman being the announcer, the detractors mainly finding the sentence mixing to not be as amusing as that of the Brawl announcer. The creator took notice, and revealed WillSmith as an announcer earlier than intended, in order to appease the fanbase.
23rd Aug '15 11:16:56 PM heretoeditisall
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** There is also a divide over Onstad's subscription service- some felt he had the right to monetize and charge money for premium comic content, while others felt it was a slap in the fact to have to pay for what used to be free. The punch came when Roast Beef's wedding was made subscriber-exclusive whiel the free daily readers only got a single comic of random preview panels.


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* Youtuber Danger Dolan expanded from being a one man operation into a small company, and as such, Dolan chose to hire people to narrate videos as his time was otherwise occupied. This has led to no end of people bitching about how much they hate certain narrators, while others know that the scripts would be exactly the same even if Dolan was the narrator and understand why this was done.
25th Jul '15 2:08:32 PM Kerown6
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* Is Kevin from ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' an adorable tragic traumatized slightly-psychopathic cutie-pie who just needs a hug and a friend and some help decorating, or is he a terrifying monster who's trying to destroy everything Cecil holds dear? Or is he both? It depends on who you ask, and the mixed responses can be quite amusing.
29th Jun '15 7:22:06 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** Within the "sharing without permission is okay" camp, and especially amongst people who post erotic works / "hentai", there's the whole issue of posting the source work and/or artist alongside the art itself. Those who argue for it feel that it helps people discover more art from that source or artist. Those who refuse to source their artwork feel that it's too much of a hassle and just want to spam hentai nonstop and that people who want to find the source so badly can just use tools like [=SauceNAO=].

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** Within the "sharing without permission is okay" camp, and especially amongst people who post erotic works / "hentai", there's the whole issue of posting the source work and/or artist alongside the art itself. Those who argue for it feel that it helps people discover more art from that source or artist.artist, and that it's the least one can do for the artist if they're not willing to ask. Those who refuse to source their artwork feel that it's too much of a hassle and just want to spam hentai nonstop and that people who want to find the source so badly can just use tools like [=SauceNAO=].
29th Jun '15 7:19:28 PM LucaEarlgrey
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** One of the most divisive issues regarding artwork on Website/{{pixiv}} is the practice of taking work that was submitted to pixiv and sharing it directly on other sites, particularly Website/{{Twitter}} and Website/{{Tumblr}}, or using art as avatars, all without asking the artist for permission. People who practice it argue that there's nothing wrong with it and that artists shouldn't upload their works if they don't want it spread around, and don't want to go through the process of asking the artist every time they want to share one of their works, especially when most pixiv artists are Japanese and only have a cursory knowledge of English. People against the practice, especially artists, consider this a breach of copyright and an act of disrespect towards the artists who worked hard on their pieces only to have it spread around beyond their control, and point out that artists have ended up in copyright-related trouble or [[WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings quit out of disgust]] because of unauthorized art sharing.

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** One of the most divisive issues regarding artwork on Website/{{pixiv}} is the practice of taking work that was submitted to pixiv and sharing it directly on other sites, particularly Website/{{Twitter}} and Website/{{Tumblr}}, or using art as avatars, all without asking the artist for permission. People who practice it argue that there's nothing wrong with it and that artists shouldn't upload their works if they don't want it spread around, and don't want to go through the process of asking the artist every time they want to share one of their works, especially when most pixiv artists are Japanese and only have a cursory knowledge of English. People against the practice, especially artists, consider this a breach of copyright and an act of disrespect towards the artists who worked hard on their pieces only to have it spread around beyond their control, and point out that artists have ended up in [[ScrewedByTheLawyers copyright-related trouble trouble]] or [[WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings quit out of disgust]] because of unauthorized art sharing.
29th Jun '15 7:18:32 PM LucaEarlgrey
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* Website/{{pixiv}}:
** One of the most divisive issues regarding artwork on Website/{{pixiv}} is the practice of taking work that was submitted to pixiv and sharing it directly on other sites, particularly Website/{{Twitter}} and Website/{{Tumblr}}, or using art as avatars, all without asking the artist for permission. People who practice it argue that there's nothing wrong with it and that artists shouldn't upload their works if they don't want it spread around, and don't want to go through the process of asking the artist every time they want to share one of their works, especially when most pixiv artists are Japanese and only have a cursory knowledge of English. People against the practice, especially artists, consider this a breach of copyright and an act of disrespect towards the artists who worked hard on their pieces only to have it spread around beyond their control, and point out that artists have ended up in copyright-related trouble or [[WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings quit out of disgust]] because of unauthorized art sharing.
** Within the "sharing without permission is okay" camp, and especially amongst people who post erotic works / "hentai", there's the whole issue of posting the source work and/or artist alongside the art itself. Those who argue for it feel that it helps people discover more art from that source or artist. Those who refuse to source their artwork feel that it's too much of a hassle and just want to spam hentai nonstop and that people who want to find the source so badly can just use tools like [=SauceNAO=].
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