History Literature / AliceGirlFromTheFuture

15th Jan '16 8:39:30 PM Angeldeb82
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Renamed tropes I overlooked.
* AnalogyBackfire: In ''Alice's Birthday'', Alice wants to save a planet. To give her more confidence, Gromozeka reminds her of Joan of Arc, who rescued France. Alice succeeds, but is captured in the process. While she awaits her trial she remembers that the ''actual'' Joan of Arc was executed. [[spoiler: Except she wasn't (see SparedByAdaptation below), and of course, Alice escapes.]]
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* AnalogyBackfire: In ''Alice's Birthday'', Alice wants to save a planet. To give her more confidence, Gromozeka reminds her of Joan of Arc, who rescued France. Alice succeeds, but is captured in the process. While she awaits her trial she remembers that the ''actual'' Joan of Arc was executed. [[spoiler: Except she wasn't (see SparedByAdaptation SparedByTheAdaptation below), and of course, Alice escapes.]]

* SparedByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Joan of Arc, who lives (a dummy is burned instead).]]
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* SparedByAdaptation: SparedByTheAdaptation: [[spoiler: Joan of Arc, who lives (a dummy is burned instead).]]
15th Jan '16 8:38:23 PM Angeldeb82
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A series of Soviet/Russian children's ScienceFiction books by Creator/KirBulychev, highly popular in Russia and the countries of the former Soviet Union. The books are set at the end of the 21st century and feature adventures of a young girl, Alice (Alisa) Seleznyova, and her friends. [[Characters/AliceGirlFromTheFuture See the list here]]. [[Film/AliceGirlFromTheFuture There have been several adaptations]]. See also [[YMMV/AliceGirlFromTheFuture the YMMV page]].
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A series of Soviet/Russian children's ScienceFiction books by Creator/KirBulychev, highly popular in Russia and the countries of the former Soviet Union. The books are set at the end of the 21st century and feature adventures of a young girl, Alice (Alisa) Seleznyova, and her friends. [[Characters/AliceGirlFromTheFuture See the list here]]. here.]] [[Film/AliceGirlFromTheFuture There have been several adaptations]]. adaptations.]] See also [[YMMV/AliceGirlFromTheFuture the YMMV page]].

* AnalogyBackfire: In ''Alice's Birthday'', Alice wants to save a planet. To give her more confidence, Gromozeka reminds her of Joan of Arc, who rescued France. Alice succeeds, but is captured in the process. While she awaits her trial she remembers that the ''actual'' Joan of Arc was executed. [[spoiler: Except she wasn't (see SparedByAdaptation below), and of course, Alice escapes]].
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* AnalogyBackfire: In ''Alice's Birthday'', Alice wants to save a planet. To give her more confidence, Gromozeka reminds her of Joan of Arc, who rescued France. Alice succeeds, but is captured in the process. While she awaits her trial she remembers that the ''actual'' Joan of Arc was executed. [[spoiler: Except she wasn't (see SparedByAdaptation below), and of course, Alice escapes]].escapes.]]

* [[GaiasVengeance Gaia's Vengeance]]: If you intend to hunt or dig mines on Penelope, be prepared that one day your city will be leveled by an unnaturally localized earthquake.
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* [[GaiasVengeance Gaia's Vengeance]]: GaiasVengeance: If you intend to hunt or dig mines on Penelope, be prepared that one day your city will be leveled by an unnaturally localized earthquake.

* GrandTheftMe: In one book, Alice finds an [[AncientAstronauts AncientAstronaut]] in a crashed starship underwater. He attempts to steal her body for himself and take over the Earth. Fortunately, EvilCannotComprehendGood, so he is stopped before he can start.
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* GrandTheftMe: In one book, Alice finds an [[AncientAstronauts AncientAstronaut]] {{Ancient Astronaut|s}} in a crashed starship underwater. He attempts to steal her body for himself and take over the Earth. Fortunately, EvilCannotComprehendGood, so he is stopped before he can start.

* KillAndReplace: One of the books features an adopted son of an emperor who learned he won't inherit the crown. He assassinated him, and forced a law that everyone is to wear [[CrapSaccharineWorld smiling]] masks.
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* KillAndReplace: One of the books features an adopted son of an emperor who learned he won't inherit the crown. He assassinated him, and forced a law that everyone is to wear [[CrapSaccharineWorld [[CrapsaccharineWorld smiling]] masks.

* KillAndReplace: One MacGuffin: Many, most notably the Mielophone from ''OneHundredYearsFromNow''. Also "the absolute fuel" (whatever it means) in ''Animation/TheMysteryOfTheThirdPlanet''. ** It's only "Whatever it means" in the cartoon. The book explains it's an extragalactic invention which will allow ships to be a hundred times as fast. Not exactly something you want SpacePirates to get their hands on - or the rest of the books features an adopted son of an emperor who learned he won't inherit the crown. He assassinated him, and forced a law that everyone is galaxy not to wear [[CrapSaccharineWorld smiling]] masks.have.

* McGuffin: many, most notably the Mielophone from ''OneHundredYearsFromNow''. Also "the absolute fuel" (whatever it means) in ''Animation/TheMysteryOfTheThirdPlanet''. ** It's only "Whatever it means" in the cartoon. The book explains it's an extragalactic invention which will allow ships to be a hundred times as fast. Not exactly something you want SpacePirates to get their hands on - or the rest of the galaxy not to have.

* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown; in ''War With Liliputs'', Alice reminisces on this: she is hailed as a savior on many planets , but at home she is "just a girl". * NiceJobBreakingItHerod: see NoKillLikeOverkill below. * NoKillLikeOverkill: In order to kill a specific bird, the pirates have destroyed nearly all of its species, and even tried to destroy the planet's atmosphere. The bird they were after survived. * ThePlague: The "cosmic Plague" (literally named so) from ''Alice's Birthday''
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* NeverAcceptedInHisHometown; in ''War With Liliputs'', Alice reminisces on this: she is hailed as a savior on many planets , planets, but at home she is "just a girl". * NiceJobBreakingItHerod: see NoKillLikeOverkill See ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill below. * NoKillLikeOverkill: In order to kill a specific bird, the pirates have destroyed nearly all of its species, and even tried to destroy the planet's atmosphere. The bird they were after survived. * ThePlague: The "cosmic Plague" (literally named so) from ''Alice's Birthday''Birthday''.

* SapientShip: "Gai-do"
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* SapientShip: "Gai-do""Gai-do".

* ShapeShifter: Rat
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* ShapeShifter: RatRat.

* SparedByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Joan of Arc, who lives (a dummy is burned instead)]]
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* SparedByAdaptation: [[spoiler: Joan of Arc, who lives (a dummy is burned instead)]]instead).]]

* TemporalParadox: Occasionally occurs. In "Alice's Birthday", for instance, the titular heroine [[spoiler:saved the civilization of one planet from death by travelling back in time and changing past]].
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* TemporalParadox: Occasionally occurs. In "Alice's Birthday", for instance, the titular heroine [[spoiler:saved the civilization of one planet from death by travelling back in time and changing the past]].

* ThereAreNoTherapists: well, at least not on Earth. [[AngstWhatAngst Not that Alice would ever need one]].
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* ThereAreNoTherapists: well, at least not on Earth. [[AngstWhatAngst Not that Alice would ever need one]].one.]] * ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: In order to kill a specific bird, the pirates have destroyed nearly all of its species, and even tried to destroy the planet's atmosphere. The bird they were after survived.

* WorthlessYellowRocks:Most of the societies are moneyless. One of the stories features Alice looking for a replacement for a 1.5 kg gold nugget she took from the school's museum and lost. Since she has plenty of friends, the next day she comes to school with her dad carrying twelve times the required amount. * [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write what you know]]: the author is a historian, so many of Alice's adventures are in Earth's past or in similar cultural settings.
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* WorthlessYellowRocks:Most WorthlessYellowRocks: Most of the societies are moneyless. One of the stories features Alice looking for a replacement for a 1.5 kg gold nugget she took from the school's museum and lost. Since she has plenty of friends, the next day she comes to school with her dad carrying twelve times the required amount. * [[WriteWhoYouKnow Write what you know]]: the WriteWhatYouKnow: The author is a historian, so many of Alice's adventures are in Earth's past or in similar cultural settings.

* YouAreGrounded;: happens in ''War With Liliputs''.
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* YouAreGrounded;: happens YouAreGrounded: Happens in ''War With Liliputs''.
11th Jan '16 8:39:55 AM Prfnoff
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[[caption-width-right: 288:Алиса Селезнёва.]]
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[[caption-width-right: 288:Алиса [[caption-width-right:288:Алиса Селезнёва.]]
7th Jan '16 5:12:24 PM aye_amber
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[[caption-width-right:288:Алиса Селезнёва.]]
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[[caption-width-right:288:Алиса [[caption-width-right: 288:Алиса Селезнёва.]]
19th May '14 10:36:02 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Film/LilacSphere'' (1983)
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* ''Film/LilacSphere'' ''Literature/LilacSphere'' (1983)

* DeathWorld: ''Film/LilacSphere'' features one.
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* DeathWorld: ''Film/LilacSphere'' ''Literature/LilacSphere'' features one.

* HatePlague: ''Film/LilacSphere'' features one, stored in titular spheres.
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* HatePlague: ''Film/LilacSphere'' ''Literature/LilacSphere'' features one, stored in titular spheres.

* ThatsNoMoon: In ''Film/LilacSphere'', the titular artifact comes from an artificial planet created to escape an exploding sun.
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* ThatsNoMoon: In ''Film/LilacSphere'', ''Literature/LilacSphere'', the titular artifact comes from an artificial planet created to escape an exploding sun.

* TheTimeOfMyths: In ''Film/LilacSphere''.
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* TheTimeOfMyths: In ''Film/LilacSphere''.''Literature/LilacSphere''.
19th May '14 10:34:17 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''LilacSphere'' (1983)
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* ''LilacSphere'' ''Film/LilacSphere'' (1983)

* DeathWorld: ''LilacSphere'' features one.
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* DeathWorld: ''LilacSphere'' ''Film/LilacSphere'' features one.

* HatePlague: ''LilacSphere'' features one, stored in titular spheres.
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* HatePlague: ''LilacSphere'' ''Film/LilacSphere'' features one, stored in titular spheres.

* ThatsNoMoon: In ''LilacSphere'', the titular artifact comes from an artificial planet created to escape an exploding sun.
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* ThatsNoMoon: In ''LilacSphere'', ''Film/LilacSphere'', the titular artifact comes from an artificial planet created to escape an exploding sun.

* TheTimeOfMyths: In ''LilacSphere''.
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* TheTimeOfMyths: In ''LilacSphere''.''Film/LilacSphere''.
12th Dec '13 3:53:41 PM Tuckerscreator
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* AlienLunch: Inverted when one of the heroes (dressed up as an alien) states he liked some human food, and someone remarks his species would have had real digestion problems with that. The guy hurries to state that his stomach is prosthetic.
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* AlienLunch: AlienLunch / NoBiochemicalBarriers: Inverted when one of the heroes (dressed up as an alien) states he liked some human food, and someone remarks his species would have had real digestion problems with that. The guy hurries to state that his stomach is prosthetic.
14th Sep '13 9:46:41 AM ChaoticNovelist
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Zero Context Example
* DoingInTheWizard: Quite often, for example in ''Alice the Detective'', ''Planet of Fairy Tales'', and ''There Are No Ghosts''.
5th Jun '13 6:15:25 PM Vasha
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* ''The Rusty General's Island''(1968)
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* ''The Rusty General's Island''(1968)Island'' (1968)

* ''A Million Adventures''(1976)
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* ''A Million Adventures''(1976)Adventures'' (1976)

* ''Prisoners of The Yamagiri Maru'' (1985) * ''Gai-Do''(1986)
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* ''Prisoners of The the Yamagiri Maru'' (1985) * ''Gai-Do''(1986)''Gai-Do'' (1986)

* ''The City Without Memory''.(1988)
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* ''The City Without Memory''.Memory'' (1988)
16th May '13 3:58:27 AM Vasha
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* ''The Adventures Of Alice'' (1974) also known as ''Animation/TheMysteryOfTheThirdPlanet'' or ''Alice And The Three Captains''
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* ''The Adventures Of of Alice'' (1974) also known as ''Animation/TheMysteryOfTheThirdPlanet'' or ''Alice And The and the Three Captains''

* ''One Hundred Years From Now'' (1978) also known as ''GuestFromTheFuture'' or ''Alice In The Past''
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* ''One Hundred Years From from Now'' (1978) also known as ''GuestFromTheFuture'' or ''Alice In The in the Past''

* ''Prisoners Of The Yamagiri Maru'' (1985)
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* ''Prisoners Of of The Yamagiri Maru'' (1985)

* ''The End Of Atlantis'' (1987)
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* ''The End Of of Atlantis'' (1987)
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