History Headscratchers / TheWotch

25th Jun '16 11:06:34 AM Prfnoff
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** There was also the Wicked Witch of the West in the AccidentalCentaurs crossover.

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** There was also the Wicked Witch of the West in the AccidentalCentaurs ''Webcomic/AccidentalCentaurs'' crossover.



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11th Nov '15 2:56:28 PM FF32
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** If I'm not mistaken the Cheer girls only had there memories removed (minus Jo) but their personalities are the same, meaning of course Alex was always a LargeHam, and had a massive HoYay with Lita ect, they're just girls. That said it would have been better if they weren't massive JerkJocks in the frist place and of course only in there spin off webcomic do they even get any form of personalities, so yeah Wotch by itself only implies that being as boy means you're an asshole while being a girl means you're the real you.

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** If I'm not mistaken the Cheer girls only had there memories removed (minus Jo) but their personalities are the same, meaning of course Alex was always a LargeHam, and had a massive HoYay with Lita ect, they're just girls. That said it would have been better if they weren't massive JerkJocks JerkJock[=s=] in the frist place and of course only in there spin off webcomic do they even get any form of personalities, so yeah Wotch by itself only implies that being as boy means you're an asshole while being a girl means you're the real you.
2nd Nov '15 7:29:10 AM FF32
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** Still, it didn't come out after they ''did'', which confirms the UnfortunateImplication.

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** Still, it didn't come out after they ''did'', which confirms the UnfortunateImplication.UnfortunateImplications.
22nd Dec '14 1:47:16 PM AdamC
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** Maybe it depends on what species they were before they became fallen? I dunno, shot in the dark, but that's the only explanation I can think of offhand.
22nd Feb '14 8:11:08 PM AlbinoAngel
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*** Guess these guys do the same as regular writers and fanfiction writers.
22nd Feb '14 8:08:47 PM AlbinoAngel
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* I have a rather base question, but it's been bugging me. Why do some of the Fallen have tails and some don't? And the ones that DO have tails sometimes don't have the arrow tip on the end. I mean, Elise didn't have a tail for as far as we could tell, yet she grew one so aren't all of the Fallen supposed to grow a tail?
22nd Nov '12 11:46:57 AM GracieLizzie
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**** Unlike Mingmei, the Cheer Girls, Ivan's life has gotten ''worse'' since he was turned into Yvonne. He's isolated, depressed, and uncomfortable in his new female body so there is a least one example in the comic of being turned into a girl not being a good thing for a guy. Admittedly this is one, maybe two with Scott, against a tide of characters who's lives have either improved (Mingmei, the teacher turned into a woman by Skyos, most of the Cheer Girls) or "meh" reactions (Glock, Ti'el).
2nd Apr '12 3:16:52 AM AdamC
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*** I think it's more the comic's preoccupation for it that bugs people, and that it's apparently okay for Anne to do it without waiting for permission or a reason besides finding it fun. As for Cheer, the UnforunateImplication people take issue with doesn't come from Anne knowing about it (she didn't), but the fact that the comic made being genderbent against their will and never turned back an improvement. Likewise with the Professor deciding he likes being Ming better than his old life as soon as he finds out. It's not Anne's actions, it's the fact that the comic is written so these actions are ultimately for the best. The ''Consequences'' arc looked like it was going to show the negative effects of these things, but in the end, Anne found out everything was fine and there were no Consequences at all (well, okay, there was the bodyswap, but that took all of two seconds to fix). Miranda's treatment of Ivan and his crew felt more like the comic was addressing this concern by showing it can be a problem too. At least that's how it felt to me.
16th Aug '11 3:59:38 PM deeman45
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* So why does the comic's {{Hatedom}} say that in TheWotch it's always a wonderful thing to be permanently genderbent? Sure Anne ka-girls Jason and Robin regularly but she always turns them back, and in all cases permanent genderbending is treated seriously as a majorly negative thing: DOLLY's attempts are not seen as evil and Anne puts a stop to them. Miranda's transformation of Ivan, Scott, and Julie is treated as a MoralEventHorizon. The transformations of Prof. Sorgaz and the Cheer squad are only allowed to continue because the professor himself told Anne he likes it better this way and because it's demonstrated in-universe that the Cheer squad retains their old personalities, just with new bodies and slightly altered memories, and everyone who knew them, including their old families, thinks that they're happier. And even then Anne has a major emotional crisis over it and attempts to give up magic until Miranda shows up.

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* So why does the comic's {{Hatedom}} say that in TheWotch it's always a wonderful thing to be permanently genderbent? Sure Anne ka-girls Jason and Robin regularly but she always turns them back, and in all cases permanent genderbending is treated seriously as a majorly negative thing: DOLLY's attempts are not seen as evil and Anne puts a stop to them. Miranda's transformation of Ivan, Scott, and Julie is treated as a MoralEventHorizon. The transformations of Prof. Sorgaz and the Cheer squad are only allowed to continue because the professor himself told Anne he likes it better this way and because it's demonstrated in-universe that the Cheer squad retains their old personalities, just with new bodies and slightly altered memories, and everyone who knew them, including their old families, thinks that they're happier. And even then Anne has a major emotional crisis over it and attempts to give up magic until Miranda shows up.
16th Aug '11 1:54:50 PM deeman45
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* So why does the comic's {{Hatedom}} say that in TheWotch it's always a wonderful thing to be permanently genderbent? Sure Anne ka-girls Jason and Robin regularly but she always turns them back, and in all cases permanent genderbending is treated seriously as a majorly negative thing: DOLLY's attempts are not seen as evil and Anne puts a stop to them. Miranda's transformation of Ivan, Scott, and Julie is treated as a MoralEventHorizon. The transformations of Prof. Sorgaz and the Cheer squad are only allowed to continue because the professor himself told Anne he likes it better this way and because it's demonstrated in-universe that the Cheer squad retains their old personalities, just with new bodies and slightly altered memories, and everyone who knew them, including their old families, thinks that they're happier. And even then Anne has a major emotional crisis over it and attempts to give up magic until Miranda shows up.
** And why do people act like the normal Anne is completely at fault and an AntiHero for what her Literally Split Personalities did to the professor and the Cheer squad? She had '''''no''''' clue about what was going on and was dealing with a more visible issue (namely, Anneger going berserk) to think to ask around. And as stated before, she was very distraught when she found out and was about to give up magic.
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