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22nd Oct '16 7:15:03 PM triscion
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* One of the first strips in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' has Emily flipping the bird. Later strips show that she is not the sort of person to do that. Though it's been mentioned several times that prior to the titular misfile she [[CharacterDevelopment used to to have a mean streak]]. Plus she was in a pretty crappy mood at the time too; it was the day she woke up and found that two years of her life-including her admission to Harvard-had just been erased.

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* One of the first strips in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' has Emily flipping the bird. Later strips show that she is not the sort of person to do that. Though it's been mentioned several times that prior to the titular misfile she [[CharacterDevelopment used to to have a mean streak]]. Plus Also, she was in a pretty crappy mood at the time too; time; it was the day she woke up and found that the two years of her life-including her admission she'd spent working to Harvard-had get into Harvard had just been erased.
22nd Oct '16 7:12:00 PM triscion
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* One of the first strips in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' has Emily flipping the bird. Later strips show that she is not the sort of person to do that.

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* One of the first strips in ''Webcomic/{{Misfile}}'' has Emily flipping the bird. Later strips show that she is not the sort of person to do that. Though it's been mentioned several times that prior to the titular misfile she [[CharacterDevelopment used to to have a mean streak]]. Plus she was in a pretty crappy mood at the time too; it was the day she woke up and found that two years of her life-including her admission to Harvard-had just been erased.
20th Sep '16 9:10:05 PM CountDorku
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* Early in ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', awareness of stats and its RPGMechanicsVerse traits was a lot more widespread than in later stages. While it still roughly retained the ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' elements in later stages, such as the passage of time being [[RuleOfFunny intermittently]] tied to inn visits, as time went on only Red Mage really focused on stats and skill points, and the rest of the cast tended to treat him like a [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} crazy person]] when he talked about them.
20th Apr '16 3:25:09 PM Berrenta
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** The first month consisted of [[KidHero John]] hanging around in his room and house and getting nothing done, and that was followed by a few months of mucking around with [[TheGamePlaysYou Sburb]]'s ability to let them them to build and manipulate objects in each other's houses. ''Then'' things get more intense, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to say the least]]. This can be [[JustifiedTrope chalked up to the fact that]] at that point, ''Homestuck'' was still driven by [[InteractiveComic reader commands]] and they'd just come off the tail of the incredibly silly ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'', so this is what people knew to do; the suggestion boxes were closed partway through and that's when the series is generally considered to have [[GrowingTheBeard grown its very strange beard]]. A common symptom of this is people [[ItGetsBetter finding it difficult to get into]] ''Homestuck'' because of how long the first few months of hanging around is (though said first few months includes ''loads'' of {{Foreshadowing}}, [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], and subtle set-ups if you know where to look).

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** The first month consisted of [[KidHero John]] hanging around in his room and house and getting nothing done, and that was followed by a few months of mucking around with [[TheGamePlaysYou Sburb]]'s ability to let them them to build and manipulate objects in each other's houses. ''Then'' things get more intense, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to say the least]]. This can be [[JustifiedTrope chalked up to the fact that]] at that point, ''Homestuck'' was still driven by [[InteractiveComic reader commands]] and they'd just come off the tail of the incredibly silly ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'', so this is what people knew to do; the suggestion boxes were closed partway through and that's when the series is generally considered to have [[GrowingTheBeard grown its very strange beard]]. A common symptom of this is people [[ItGetsBetter [[SlowPacedBeginning finding it difficult to get into]] ''Homestuck'' because of how long the first few months of hanging around is (though said first few months includes ''loads'' of {{Foreshadowing}}, [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], {{Chekhovs Gun}}s, and subtle set-ups if you know where to look).



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28th Jan '16 8:04:11 AM Korodzik
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** The first month consisted of [[KidHero John]] hanging around in his room and house and getting nothing done, and that was followed by a few months of mucking around with [[TheGamePlaysYou Sburb]]'s ability to let them them to build and manipulate objects in each other's houses. ''Then'' things get more intense, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to say the least]]. This can be [[JustifiedTrope chalked up to the fact that]] at that point, ''Homestuck'' was still driven by [[InteractiveComic reader commands]] and they'd just come off the tail of the incredibly silly ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'', so this is what people knew to do; the suggestion boxes were closed partway through and that's when the series is generally considered to have [[GrowingTheBeard grown its very strange beard]]. A common symptom of this is people finding it difficult to get into ''Homestuck'' because of how long the first few months of hanging around is (though said first few months includes ''loads'' of {{Foreshadowing}}, [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], and subtle set-ups if you know where to look).
** The beginning of the first Act has [[http://mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=001906 a moment]] where [[AudienceSurrogate the player]] directly interacts with the game world and moves an object on John's behalf. This never happens again in the comic and for the most part if a character wants to do something they just do it themselves.

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** The first month consisted of [[KidHero John]] hanging around in his room and house and getting nothing done, and that was followed by a few months of mucking around with [[TheGamePlaysYou Sburb]]'s ability to let them them to build and manipulate objects in each other's houses. ''Then'' things get more intense, [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt to say the least]]. This can be [[JustifiedTrope chalked up to the fact that]] at that point, ''Homestuck'' was still driven by [[InteractiveComic reader commands]] and they'd just come off the tail of the incredibly silly ''Webcomic/ProblemSleuth'', so this is what people knew to do; the suggestion boxes were closed partway through and that's when the series is generally considered to have [[GrowingTheBeard grown its very strange beard]]. A common symptom of this is people [[ItGetsBetter finding it difficult to get into into]] ''Homestuck'' because of how long the first few months of hanging around is (though said first few months includes ''loads'' of {{Foreshadowing}}, [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], and subtle set-ups if you know where to look).
** The beginning of the first Act has [[http://mspaintadventures.com/?s=6&p=001906 a moment]] where [[AudienceSurrogate the player]] directly interacts with the game world and moves an object on John's behalf. This never happens again in the comic and for the most part if a character wants to do something they just do it themselves.
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28th Jan '16 7:55:12 AM Korodzik
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** Early in the comic, Dave's bro is refered to by some characetrs as his "older brother", in the same way and context real people would do when talking about him. Later on, everybody calls him Bro consistently, specially after the main characters discover Bro is actuallly his biollogycal father and not his brother.
28th Dec '15 6:34:48 PM Nazo
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** Early in the comic, Dave's bro is refered to by some characetrs as his "older brother", in the same way and context real people would do when talking about him. Later on, everybody calls him Bro consistently, specially after the main characters discover Bro is actuallly his biollogycal father and not his brother.
10th Dec '15 8:16:38 PM eowynjedi
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* In the prologue of ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'', Almond complains "we haven't had a decent fight [[BreakingTheFourthWall this whole chapter]]!" Later points do have characters LeaningOnTheFourthWall (eg by causing OddShapedPanels, or the Dream Oracle batting away some end-chapter narration) but but it's never been outright punctured since then.

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* In the prologue of ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'', Almond complains "we haven't had a decent fight [[BreakingTheFourthWall this whole chapter]]!" Later points do have characters LeaningOnTheFourthWall (eg by causing OddShapedPanels, {{Odd Shaped Panel}}s, or the Dream Oracle batting away some end-chapter narration) but but it's never been outright punctured since then.
10th Dec '15 8:16:16 PM eowynjedi
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* In the prologue of ''Webcomic/CucumberQuest'', Almond complains "we haven't had a decent fight [[BreakingTheFourthWall this whole chapter]]!" Later points do have characters LeaningOnTheFourthWall (eg by causing OddShapedPanels, or the Dream Oracle batting away some end-chapter narration) but but it's never been outright punctured since then.
12th Nov '15 11:49:09 AM FF32
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* In ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}'', this meant that Ben didn't always act like he was struck with TourettesShitcockSyndrome when around girls. [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/13 See here.]]

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* In ''Webcomic/{{Loserz}}'', this meant that Ben didn't always act like he was struck with TourettesShitcockSyndrome HollywoodTourettes when around girls. [[http://the-qlc.com/loserz/go/13 See here.]]
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