History JustForFun / TroperTypes

1st Jul '16 2:14:57 PM Anddrix
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** Favourite Tropes: That of their favourite show/book/video game. BaseBreaker, however, probably describes their No.1 character. Some may be fond of DracoInLeatherPants, but it's not always a factor.

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** Favourite Tropes: That of their favourite show/book/video game. BaseBreaker, BaseBreakingCharacter, however, probably describes their No.1 character. Some may be fond of DracoInLeatherPants, but it's not always a factor.
21st Jun '16 1:39:30 PM Scorpion451
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** Function: builds well marked and intuitive trails of wicks. Acts as the inverse of the advertiser, seeking isolated pages to connect to large hubs. Also repairs potholes, sinkholes, red links, and detours sending the reader to incorrect tropes.

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** Function: builds Generally a peaceful nomadic explorer, seeking out obscure tropes to create new paths to and from. Builds well marked and intuitive trails of wicks. Acts as the inverse of the advertiser, seeking isolated pages to connect to large hubs. Also repairs potholes, sinkholes, red links, and detours sending the reader to incorrect tropes.



** Natural Enemies: Generally a peaceful nomadic explorer, seeking out obscure tropes to create new paths to and from. Occasionally conflicts with the Wiki Feng Shui Master due to a tendency to rearrange the bottom sections of articles and pave over harmonious arrangements of potholes in the interest of facilitating navigation. Namespacers occasionally disrupt the trailblazer's pathways by moving favored hub tropes from the main page into YMMV.

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** Natural Enemies: Generally a peaceful nomadic explorer, seeking out obscure tropes to create new paths to and from. Enemies: Occasionally conflicts with the Wiki Feng Shui Master due to a tendency to rearrange the bottom sections of articles and when they pave over harmonious arrangements of potholes in the interest of facilitating navigation. Namespacers and Cutlisters occasionally disrupt the trailblazer's pathways by moving favored recategorizing or deleting favorite hub tropes from the main page into YMMV.
tropes. Has a {{Tsundere}} relationship with repairmen: dere when repairmen aid in trail creation and maintenance, tsun when a trope overhaul requires entire networks of links to be rerouted or fixes a [[MissingSupertrope perfectly good catch-all]].
11th Feb '16 9:13:30 AM SeptimusHeap
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** Habitat: LostAndFound

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** Habitat: LostAndFound TropeFinder



** Habitat: Nomadic, but frequents LostAndFound, Index Pages, Supertropes, Edit Page, and PagesNeedingWicks.

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** Habitat: Nomadic, but frequents LostAndFound, TropeFinder, Index Pages, Supertropes, Edit Page, and PagesNeedingWicks.
29th Jan '16 2:39:56 PM SolipSchism
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** Natural Enemies: The Britishiser (see below), Samuel Johnson. They will [[EditWar edit and re-edit each other's pages]] until someone smacks them both over the head with something.

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** Natural Enemies: The Britishiser (see below), Samuel Johnson. They will [[EditWar [[Administrivia/EditWar edit and re-edit each other's pages]] until someone smacks them both over the head with something.
23rd Jan '16 10:39:19 AM Josef5678
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** Favourite Tropes: Any which have achieved Troper Critical Mass (Girl Genius, Doctor Who, etc.)

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** Favourite Tropes: Any which have achieved Troper Critical Mass (Girl Genius, Doctor Who, (''Webcomic/GirlGenius'', ''Series/DoctorWho'', etc.)



** Natural Enemy: The Splitter.

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** [[Administrivia/LumperVsSplitter Natural Enemy: The Splitter.Splitter]].



** FavouriteTropes: In addition to the page of their show/book/game, they're a bit CompleteMonster-happy, and may be guilty of {{Flanderization}}.

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** FavouriteTropes: Favourite Tropes: In addition to the page of their show/book/game, they're a bit CompleteMonster-happy, and may be guilty of {{Flanderization}}.



** Habitat Cutlist, vulnerable tropes with a low number of wicks.

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** Habitat Habitat: Cutlist, vulnerable tropes with a low number of wicks.
4th Dec '15 8:15:07 AM FantiSci
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** Natural Enemies: The Americanizer (see above), Daniel Webster, etymology. They will edit and re-edit each other's pages until someone smacks them both over the head with something.

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** Natural Enemies: The Americanizer (see above), Daniel Webster, etymology.Webster. They will edit and re-edit each other's pages until someone smacks them both over the head with something.
3rd Dec '15 3:13:20 PM HighCrate
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** Natural Enemies: The Britishiser (see below). They will [[EditWar edit and re-edit each other's pages]] until someone smacks them both over the head with something.

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** Natural Enemies: The Britishiser (see below).below), Samuel Johnson. They will [[EditWar edit and re-edit each other's pages]] until someone smacks them both over the head with something.



** Natural Enemies: The Americanizer (see above). They will edit and re-edit each other's pages until someone smacks them both over the head with something.

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** Natural Enemies: The Americanizer (see above).above), Daniel Webster, etymology. They will edit and re-edit each other's pages until someone smacks them both over the head with something.
10th Aug '15 3:33:40 PM dancnbna
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** Function: The cleanup crew. Despising typos and bad information, they swoop in to correct bad grammar and factual inaccuracies. A large part of what makes Wiki Magic work, the Editor is detail-orientated and can spot a mistake from a mile away. When you look through a page history, you might not even notice an Editor's changes -- but red text will vanish and spelling will appear to readjust itself.

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** Function: The cleanup crew. Despising typos typos, WordCruft, and bad information, they swoop in to correct bad grammar and factual inaccuracies. A large part of what makes Wiki Magic work, the Editor is detail-orientated and can spot a mistake from a mile away. When you look through a page history, you might not even notice an Editor's changes -- but red text will vanish and spelling will appear to readjust itself.



** Function: These guys love the RealLife examples section. If someone's invented something or done something that resembles a trope they'll make their case for declaring it Truth In Television. They may or may not miss Troper Tales.

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** Function: These guys love the RealLife examples section. If someone's invented something or done something that resembles a trope they'll make their case for declaring it Truth In Television. They may or may not miss Troper Tales. The sight of a "no real life" tag instantly saddens them, and seeing their favorite sections torn out can ruin their entire day.
23rd May '15 1:07:38 AM ACW
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16th May '15 4:17:52 PM FantiSci
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** Function: Telling other tropers why Character X (or Creator X) is bad and wrong and you shouldn't like them. They edit entries that are even mildly favourable to their detested character, cutting any suggested justification for their actions and altering PassiveAggressiveCombat to ManipulativeBastard. Zealous variants show a propensity for assuming the worst as all times; any positive actions Character X performs are ignored, and any mild flaw or bad decision will be held in evidence against them. Edits from other tropers will be cut or reworded, with a long justification on why the edit was biased and ill-informed. They will even venture into YMMV tropes, like CrowningMomentofHeartwarming and CrowningMomentOfAwesome to pontificate on exactly what what Character X did wasn't cute or awesome at all, but evidence of their inherent evil. Like the Defence Lawyer, it is entirely possible that they have a point...but, also like the defence lawyer, they tend to cause eye-rolling in other tropers when they see that their edit has been prosecuted, yet again.
** FavouriteTropes: In addition to the page of their show/book/game, they're a bit CompleteMonster-happy, and may be guilty of {{Flanderization]].

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** Function: Telling other tropers why Character X (or Creator X) is bad and wrong and you shouldn't like them. They edit entries that are even mildly favourable to their detested character, cutting any suggested justification for their actions and altering PassiveAggressiveCombat to ManipulativeBastard. Zealous variants show a propensity for assuming the worst as all times; any positive actions Character X performs are ignored, and any mild flaw or bad decision will be held in evidence against them. Edits from other tropers will be cut or reworded, with a long justification on why the edit was biased and ill-informed. They will even venture into YMMV tropes, like CrowningMomentofHeartwarming CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming and CrowningMomentOfAwesome to pontificate on exactly what what Character X did wasn't cute or awesome at all, but evidence of their inherent evil. Like the Defence Lawyer, it is entirely possible that they have a point...but, also like the defence lawyer, they tend to cause eye-rolling in other tropers when they see that their edit has been prosecuted, yet again.
** FavouriteTropes: In addition to the page of their show/book/game, they're a bit CompleteMonster-happy, and may be guilty of {{Flanderization]].{{Flanderization}}.
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