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7th Jan '17 2:59:35 AM Gravityman
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': For the [[{{Filler}} Invading Army arc]], the writers created Nozomi. With Rukia's personality and Orihime's HealingHands, Rukia and Orihime had no role beyond shilling her. Kon's canon modsoul background was rewritten to justify Nozomi's existence, give her Ukitake's unique EnergyAbsorption ability (but [[SetBonus stronger]]) and make her Kon's LoveInterest ([[SpotlightStealingSquad reducing]] Ichigo's role from MainCharacter to sidekick). Faster than even Ichigo's unique development, she took only 1.5 days to go from powerless to saving [[StoryBreakerPower Yamamoto's]] life from enemies too powerful for even him to defeat. The writers also broke their own rules for modsoul death (instantaneous reversion to pill-state) to give her a protracted HeroicSacrifice everyone could weep over.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': For the [[{{Filler}} Invading Army arc]], the writers created Nozomi. With Rukia's personality and Orihime's HealingHands, Rukia and Orihime had no role beyond shilling her. Kon's canon modsoul background was rewritten to justify Nozomi's existence, give her Ukitake's unique EnergyAbsorption ability (but [[SetBonus stronger]]) and make her Kon's LoveInterest ([[SpotlightStealingSquad reducing]] Ichigo's role from MainCharacter to sidekick). Faster than even Ichigo's unique development, she took only 1.5 days about 36 hours to go from powerless to saving [[StoryBreakerPower Yamamoto's]] life from enemies too powerful for even him to defeat. The writers also broke their own rules for modsoul death (instantaneous reversion to pill-state) to give her a protracted HeroicSacrifice everyone could weep over.
12th Dec '16 11:28:12 AM Suigetsu-San
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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': For the [[{{Filler}} Invading Army arc]], the writers created Nozomi. With Rukia's personality and Orihime's HealingHands, Rukia and Orihime had no role beyond shilling her. Kon's canon modsoul background was rewritten to justify Nozomi's existence, give her Yumichika's unique EnergyAbsorption ability (but [[SetBonus stronger]]) and make her Kon's LoveInterest ([[SpotlightStealingSquad reducing]] Ichigo's role from MainCharacter to sidekick). Faster than even Ichigo's unique development, she took only 1.5 days to go from powerless to saving [[StoryBreakerPower Yamamoto's]] life from enemies too powerful for even him to defeat. The writers also broke their own rules for modsoul death (instantaneous reversion to pill-state) to give her a protracted HeroicSacrifice everyone could weep over.

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* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': For the [[{{Filler}} Invading Army arc]], the writers created Nozomi. With Rukia's personality and Orihime's HealingHands, Rukia and Orihime had no role beyond shilling her. Kon's canon modsoul background was rewritten to justify Nozomi's existence, give her Yumichika's Ukitake's unique EnergyAbsorption ability (but [[SetBonus stronger]]) and make her Kon's LoveInterest ([[SpotlightStealingSquad reducing]] Ichigo's role from MainCharacter to sidekick). Faster than even Ichigo's unique development, she took only 1.5 days to go from powerless to saving [[StoryBreakerPower Yamamoto's]] life from enemies too powerful for even him to defeat. The writers also broke their own rules for modsoul death (instantaneous reversion to pill-state) to give her a protracted HeroicSacrifice everyone could weep over.
10th Dec '16 7:47:47 PM DarkChirano
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreakingCharacter. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but in other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreakingCharacter. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers storylines waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? up? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but in other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.
20th Oct '16 2:11:08 PM SenorCornholio
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** This is mitigated in season 3 where not only did he [[TookALevelInBadass take a level in badass]], but he doesn't get nearly as much screentime as he used to. This led to him being RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap for some.
1st Sep '16 5:54:50 PM SatoshiBakura
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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime even more unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet another long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation.
** It should, however, be noted that this more or less stopped around the time the Edolas arc got underway. Lisanna's standing in the fandom appears to have improved somewhat in the time since, as well.
1st Sep '16 5:50:47 PM Sayacha
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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime even more unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu was portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.

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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime even more unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu was portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' another long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.adaptation.
1st Sep '16 5:44:45 PM Sayacha
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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime even more unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu is portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.

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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime even more unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu is was portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.
1st Sep '16 5:43:31 PM Sayacha
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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime [[SpotlightStealingSquad even more unnecessary]]. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu is portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.

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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. [[SpotlightStealingSquad The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this.this]]. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was limited and scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, making her extra screentime [[SpotlightStealingSquad even more unnecessary]].unnecessary. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu is portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation, thus making them non-canon.
1st Sep '16 5:37:47 PM Sayacha
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreakingCharacter. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but on other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreakingCharacter. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but on in other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.



* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was going to be limited and was scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, [[SpotlightStealingSquad making her extra screentime even more unnecessary]]. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet another long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, some fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation.
** It should, however, be noted that this stopped around the time the Edolas arc got underway. Lisanna's standing in the fandom appears to have improved in the time since, as well.

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* ''Anime/FairyTail'': Lisanna in the first anime adaptation is given [[AdaptationExpansion a great deal more screentime]] than she originally had in the manga, to the point where any time she is so much as mentioned, the episode would then move into a long scene centered around her. The start of the Edolas arc was actually delayed by an entire episode thanks to this. Meanwhile, her presence in the manga amounted to perhaps three actual panels and a short {{Omake}} chapter. It should also be noted that this was going on when the anime's run was going to be limited and was scheduled to have a GeckoEnding, [[SpotlightStealingSquad making her extra screentime [[SpotlightStealingSquad even more unnecessary]]. According to an interview, the director even made her supposed death scene ambiguous because she was his favorite character and he wanted her to come back. Her relationship with Natsu is portrayed as rather more romantically as well. All of this, combined with the anime adding in a ''very'' out-of-character scene where Natsu snarls at Lucy just for accidentally saying something that Lisanna had once said to him before moving into yet another ''another'' long flashback about her, did not endear her to many fans. Worse still, some other fans have accused the manga's author of poor writing for not having her do much since her return, even though the scenes they reference as proof of her "importance" were not present in the original manga and only exist in the anime adaptation.
adaptation, thus making them non-canon.
** It should, however, be noted that this more or less stopped around the time the Edolas arc got underway. Lisanna's standing in the fandom appears to have improved somewhat in the time since, as well.
11th Aug '16 10:51:04 PM Anddrix
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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreaker. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but on other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.

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* ''Anime/DragonBallZ'' gives us Broly. Not so much for his anime appearances (though he does show in three movies, getting more ridiculous on each of them), where he's more of a BaseBreaker.BaseBreakingCharacter. However, he certainly qualifies for his video game roles, where he keeps on getting more and more absurd stuff to do (BonusBoss on a game that covers waaay before he even makes sense to show up in? Sure! [[SuperMode Super Saiyan 3]] transformation? Why not! And have him in every game!). Note [[GermansLoveDavidHasselhoff Americans love him]], so he doesn't count on there, but on other places, especially Japan (where mocking him is a meme), he's this.
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