History ChekhovsGun / WebOriginal

14th Jan '18 4:27:25 PM NotThisThing
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* During the 2012 campaign of WebVideo/D20Live, [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] makes sure to have his character, Tandem, put a piece of glassware in a small sack and crush it to chunks. Later on in the game, when the party encounters are mutated man-giant, Tandem's first action is to [[EyeScream throw the crushed glass in his face]].

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* During the 2012 campaign of WebVideo/D20Live, [[WebVideo/TheSpoonyExperiment Spoony]] makes sure to have his character, Tandem, put a piece of glassware in a small sack and crush it to chunks. Later on in the game, when the party encounters are a mutated man-giant, Tandem's first action is to [[EyeScream throw the crushed glass in his face]].
20th Dec '17 6:26:20 PM nombretomado
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* In FourSwordsMisadventures, Green Link procures a broken magic mirror, thus getting them into a series of misadventures before finally warping back to the entrance of the first dungeon. Afrerwards, Red decides to dipose of it, thinking that it would do them more harm than good. [[spoiler:Turns out, the mirror was the only way barring an extensive trading quest for the heroes to get to the Twilight Realm where Zelda is being held by Vaati. In other words, Red really should have let Green keep the mirror so it could be fixed.]]

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* In FourSwordsMisadventures, ''WebAnimation/FourSwordsMisadventures'', Green Link procures a broken magic mirror, thus getting them into a series of misadventures before finally warping back to the entrance of the first dungeon. Afrerwards, Red decides to dipose of it, thinking that it would do them more harm than good. [[spoiler:Turns out, the mirror was the only way barring an extensive trading quest for the heroes to get to the Twilight Realm where Zelda is being held by Vaati. In other words, Red really should have let Green keep the mirror so it could be fixed.]]
30th Oct '17 1:34:08 PM morenohijazo
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* TheAdventuresOfSheepAndChicken: It is mentioned(by the narrator) in the middle of the second episode that the hiker has the power to shrink things at will. At the end of the same episode, the hiker shrinks Chicken and steals him.

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* TheAdventuresOfSheepAndChicken: It is mentioned(by mentioned (by the narrator) in the middle of the second episode that the hiker has the power to shrink things at will. At the end of the same episode, the hiker shrinks Chicken and steals him.


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* ''WebVideo/{{Petscop}}'': In Petscop 1, Paul follows some introductions telling him to "walk downstairs and, in the bottom, turn right instead of proceeding to become a shadow monster man" (actually, access the menu and press Down several times, then Right). This allows him to enter the Newmaker Plane. Much later, in Petscop 9, Paul follows the same instructions, this time more literally, and becomes temporarily a LivingShadow, something that gives him access to the windmill.
3rd Oct '17 6:13:22 PM abcdef-no
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*TheAdventuresOfSheepAndChicken: It is mentioned(by the narrator) in the middle of the second episode that the hiker has the power to shrink things at will. At the end of the same episode, the hiker shrinks Chicken and steals him.
1st Oct '17 12:43:51 PM nombretomado
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** In his review of a ''WorldOfWarcraftComic'', Linkara finds a working pokeball. He later uses it to capture a pyramid head

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** In his review of a ''WorldOfWarcraftComic'', ''ComicBook/WorldOfWarcraft'' comic, Linkara finds a working pokeball. He later uses it to capture a pyramid head
12th Aug '17 10:01:10 AM nombretomado
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* ''WebVideo/TVTrash'': ''TheMightyDucks'' review begins with Hewy Toonmore (from ''WebVideo/HewysAnimatedMovieReviews'') breaking into Chris's show by using a remote, mentioning that all online reviewers have this. This is used as a chekov's gun twice. Chris would later obtain a remote, and used it to team up with WebVideo/TheCartoonHero to review the animated adaptation of ''CtrlAltDel''. On a much more serious note, [[spoiler: [[BigBad Malicia]] was able to track down the remote's frequency to find Chris and attack him after his review of ''MaskedRider'']].

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* ''WebVideo/TVTrash'': ''TheMightyDucks'' review begins with Hewy Toonmore (from ''WebVideo/HewysAnimatedMovieReviews'') breaking into Chris's show by using a remote, mentioning that all online reviewers have this. This is used as a chekov's gun twice. Chris would later obtain a remote, and used it to team up with WebVideo/TheCartoonHero to review the animated adaptation of ''CtrlAltDel''.''Webcomic/CtrlAltDel''. On a much more serious note, [[spoiler: [[BigBad Malicia]] was able to track down the remote's frequency to find Chris and attack him after his review of ''MaskedRider'']].
10th Jun '17 1:27:12 PM nombretomado
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* The Whateley Weapons Fair at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] in the WhateleyUniverse. Phase is asked to try a forcefield disruptor by an inventor who has very little cred. It's just the thing Phase needs at the end of the Fair, when someone's weapon makes everything else go haywire. Then, much later, Phase uses another one of the forcefield disruptors in a fight, and it blows up on her.

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* The Whateley Weapons Fair at [[SuperheroSchool Whateley Academy]] in the WhateleyUniverse.Literature/WhateleyUniverse. Phase is asked to try a forcefield disruptor by an inventor who has very little cred. It's just the thing Phase needs at the end of the Fair, when someone's weapon makes everything else go haywire. Then, much later, Phase uses another one of the forcefield disruptors in a fight, and it blows up on her.
20th Apr '17 2:46:39 AM Mhazard
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqKAzGadmYo Boat Comedy]] did a sketch where people at an antiques show [[ArtisticLicenseGunSafety grossly mishandle]] a fancy loaded flintlock pistol "owned by Creator/AntonChekhov" with various gunshot-like noises happening over and over again as incidental events. It plays on the trope by deliberately averting it again and again. [[spoiler: The gun [[RedHerring never fires]]]].

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqKAzGadmYo Boat Comedy]] did a sketch where people at an antiques show [[ArtisticLicenseGunSafety grossly mishandle]] a fancy loaded flintlock pistol "owned by Creator/AntonChekhov" with various gunshot-like noises happening over and over again as incidental events. It plays on the trope by deliberately averting it again and again. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The gun [[RedHerring never fires]]]].
20th Apr '17 2:46:30 AM Mhazard
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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqKAzGadmYo Boat Comedy]] did a sketch where people at an antiques show [[ArtisticLicenseGunSafety grossly mishandle]] a fancy loaded flintlock pistol "owned by Anton Chekhov" with various gunshot-like noises happening over and over again as incidental events. It plays on the trope by deliberately averting it again and again. The gun never fires.

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* [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aqKAzGadmYo Boat Comedy]] did a sketch where people at an antiques show [[ArtisticLicenseGunSafety grossly mishandle]] a fancy loaded flintlock pistol "owned by Anton Chekhov" Creator/AntonChekhov" with various gunshot-like noises happening over and over again as incidental events. It plays on the trope by deliberately averting it again and again. [[spoiler: The gun [[RedHerring never fires.fires]]]].
10th Jan '17 6:54:53 PM nombretomado
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* The web series ''[[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/archive/cHustle/date/desc commodoreHustle]]'' (by the guys at {{loadingreadyrun}}) introduced Mr. Ballsmatron in episode 7, and other than a few cameos, it never played a role until the season finale, with an ultimate ball kick and its destruction. Making it possibly the first appearance of a Chekhov's Ball-kicking robot.

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* The web series ''[[http://loadingreadyrun.com/videos/archive/cHustle/date/desc commodoreHustle]]'' (by the guys at {{loadingreadyrun}}) WebVideo/LoadingReadyRun) introduced Mr. Ballsmatron in episode 7, and other than a few cameos, it never played a role until the season finale, with an ultimate ball kick and its destruction. Making it possibly the first appearance of a Chekhov's Ball-kicking robot.
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