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21st Jun '16 10:14:06 AM ImpudentInfidel
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* As noted in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' example above, any bizarre occurrence or coincidence in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is attributed by the characters to "the will of The Force".

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* As noted in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' example above, any bizarre occurrence or coincidence in ''VideoGame/KnightsOfTheOldRepublic'' is attributed by the characters to "the will of The Force". This gets heavy lampshading, especially when it turns out that not only is the PC a mind-wiped Revan but HK-47 (who was added to the crew in a random encounter) was originally built to serve Revan.
16th Jun '16 7:58:43 PM nombretomado
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** {{Thanos}} lookalikes are often used in the same manner. After Squirrel Girl (hilariously) defeats him and Uatu states that it is definitely the real Thanos, it's later revealed that Thanos can create lookalikes which can fool even Uatu. Or so he claims.

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** {{Thanos}} ComicBook/{{Thanos}} lookalikes are often used in the same manner. After Squirrel Girl (hilariously) defeats him and Uatu states that it is definitely the real Thanos, it's later revealed that Thanos can create lookalikes which can fool even Uatu. Or so he claims.
11th Jun '16 8:45:46 PM Doug86
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* The ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' series Zig-Zags this with regards to how Mages can move unhindered in desert terrain. ''Path of Radiance'' suggests the spirits they command literally part the sand in their path, while ''Heroes of Light and Shadow'' say it's simply bacause they wear light clothing.

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* The ''Franchise/FireEmblem'' ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' series Zig-Zags this with regards to how Mages can move unhindered in desert terrain. ''Path of Radiance'' suggests the spirits they command literally part the sand in their path, while ''Heroes of Light and Shadow'' say it's simply bacause they wear light clothing.
11th Jun '16 3:18:55 PM digiman619
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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."

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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto [[spoiler:Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] wedding]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."
11th Jun '16 3:15:23 PM digiman619
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* In the aftermath of ComicBook/OneMoreDay, fans wondered how [[spoiler]]Mephisto rewriting reality to undo Peter Parker and Mary Jane's wedding[[/spoiler]] affected the timeline, Creator/JoeQuesada rather infamously responded with "It's magic. We don't have to explain it."
24th May '16 7:32:24 AM Bosco13
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** A tie-in comic about Nero says that a stellar cartographer on Rura Pente and [[StarTrekTheMotionPicture Vejur]] helped him work out where and when Future Spock would emerge from the [[UnrealisticBlackHole black hole]].
24th May '16 7:26:04 AM Bosco13
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* The standard explanation for any continuity errors in the new ''Film/StarTrek'' movie is, "A particularly troubled time-traveling Romulan did it." Even when those errors date from BEFORE the Romulan split the timeline. ** WordOfGod says that Future Spock seeing the planet Vulcan in the sky was actually a psychic vision similar to how Spock can sense large numbers of vulcans dying over long distances in ''TheOriginalSeries''.

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* The standard explanation for any continuity errors in the new ''Film/StarTrek'' movie is, "A particularly troubled time-traveling Romulan did it." Even when those errors date from BEFORE the Romulan split the timeline.
** WordOfGod says that Future Spock seeing the planet Vulcan in the sky was actually a psychic vision similar to how Spock can sense large numbers of vulcans dying over long distances in ''TheOriginalSeries''.
24th May '16 7:25:07 AM Bosco13
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* The standard explanation for any continuity errors in the new ''Film/StarTrek'' movie is, "A particularly troubled time-traveling Romulan did it." Even when those errors date from BEFORE the Romulan split the timeline. The {{Contrived Coincidence}}s get a version where the timeline is trying to repair itself.

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* The standard explanation for any continuity errors in the new ''Film/StarTrek'' movie is, "A particularly troubled time-traveling Romulan did it." Even when those errors date from BEFORE the Romulan split the timeline. ** WordOfGod says that Future Spock seeing the planet Vulcan in the sky was actually a psychic vision similar to how Spock can sense large numbers of vulcans dying over long distances in ''TheOriginalSeries''.
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The {{Contrived Coincidence}}s get a version where {{Novelization}} and ComicBookAdaptation say that Kirk's escape pod landed so conveniently near Spock's cave because the timeline is was trying to repair itself.itself by bringing Kirk and Spock together.
** Abrams says that the reason why technology is more advanced in the past than in the future is because the shuttles evacuating the Kelvin scanned Nero's ship and then studied the futuristic technology.
21st May '16 12:13:07 AM WooperWinchester
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* Franchise/TheFlash is hilariously bad with this. He has the SpeedForce, an alternate dimension that surrounds the other dimensions and is the location of time and speed; also somehow Barry makes more of it whenever he runs. Basically, the Speedforce is used to explain anything or as a crutch to have writers get themselves out of holes in a way that is plausible enough; [[NewPowersAsThePlotDemands including stealing kinetic energy, not having to eat millions of Calories, phasing through objects, and so much more.]] A lot of these are also canon now too.
** Naturally, the fans ran away with this due to the lazy and odd nature of the Speedforce. It can be used negatively or positively, but any question, no matter how dumb, is answered with Speedforce. The problem arises when technically they're not wrong due to the nature of the SpeedForce.
17th May '16 9:43:17 PM SmugTrope
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* ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'' had one of these in the form of Obito surviving his fatal injury of being crushed by a giant boulder. Madara hand waves it away by saying he has no idea how Obito manages to survive, and it's never explored how the weight of the stone didn't crush him.
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