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18th May '17 10:04:03 AM Pichu-kun
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** In G1 all the princesses has pet baby dragons (also referred to as their assistants): Spike, Prickles, Spiny, Fiery, Smokey, Flash, and Sparks. Of the dragons only the original, Spike, appeared in ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyTVSpecials'' or ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyAndFriends''. The others did however appear prominently in the UK's ''ComicBook/MyLittlePony'' comics. The others have also [[WhateverHappenedToTheMouse dropped from the series]], with only Spike reappearing in G3 and G4.
18th May '17 12:00:37 AM LinTaylor
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* The ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' novelizations, supposedly being what Creator/YoshiyukiTomino wanted the series to be [[MerchandiseDriven before his sponsors got through with it]], has pretty much the entire original cast of characters, [[CanonForeigner and even a few new ones]], but pares the HumongousMecha roster down to the bare essentials. The Zeons only ever use the iconic Zaku and Dom mobile suits, and a few variants thereof, as well as the telepathically controlled non-humanoid mobile armors Brau Bro and Elmeth (which gets a limited production run unlike in the series) and the massive Big Zam (which does not.) The Federation gets off considerably easier, with only the rather silly looking Guntank being cut, but then they never had very many mobile suits in the original series to begin with. It also adds the G3 Gundam from the MSV series, but that's not much considering it's only a repaint of the original.

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* The ''Anime/MobileSuitGundam'' novelizations, supposedly being what written by Creator/YoshiyukiTomino wanted independent of the TV series to be (and free from [[MerchandiseDriven before his sponsors got through the toy companies' demands]]), does this not with it]], has pretty much the entire original cast of characters, [[CanonForeigner and even a few new ones]], characters but pares with the HumongousMecha roster instead, cutting both sides down to the bare essentials. The Zeons only ever Gone are all of Zeon's wacky one-off {{Super Prototype}}s; instead they just use the iconic Zaku II and Dom mobile suits, and a few variants thereof, Rick Dom, as well as the telepathically controlled non-humanoid mobile armors Brau Bro and Elmeth (which gets a limited production run unlike in the series) and the massive Big Zam (which does not.) not). This is partly due to the fact that the novel never once goes to Earth, meaning ground- and amphibious-use machines like the Gouf and Z'Gok have no place in the story. The Federation gets off considerably easier, with only the rather silly looking Guntank being cut, but then they never had very many mobile suits in the original series to begin with. It also adds the G3 Gundam from the MSV series, series as a MidSeasonUpgrade, but that's not much considering it's only a repaint of the original.original.
* The anime adaptation of ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' ends just before Rin Kiryuin, [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Asahi]]'s [[KidFromTheFuture Grandkid from the Future]], joins the cast[[note]]In fact, it actually ends on the chapter where she first appears, but cuts out her brief (last page) cameo[[/note]], and the episodes that adapted manga chapters where she ''did'' appear simply handed her role over to other characters (primarily [[ClassRepresentative Nagisa Aizawa]]). Since Rin's timeline is a massive driving plotline for the rest of the series, any subsequent anime adaptations would have to ignore this one and start fresh.
12th May '17 8:44:58 AM JPO398
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** While many of the game's sub-plots are omitted for story reasons (unlike the game, the manga takes place throughout one three day cycle), the Kafei sidequest gets an entire chapter dedicated to it. This results in the Stone Tower Temple and Ikana Valley sequences, which were major to the plot, being resolved in one page (even Twinmold, the boss of the dungeon, is defeated only a few panels after it appears...and only one of them actually makes an appearance).
11th May '17 7:54:48 PM Anicomicgeek
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** Likewise, in ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Tim]] are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from [[ComicBook/Nightwing Dick]] directly to [[CreatorsPet Damian]].

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** Likewise, in ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Tim]] are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from [[ComicBook/Nightwing [[ComicBook/{{Nightwing}} Dick]] directly to [[CreatorsPet Damian]].
3rd May '17 7:35:55 AM RedScharlach
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* In ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' a modern adaptation of ''Literature/{{Emma}}'' Christian, Frank Churchill's analogue is made gay instead of having a secret engagement, so the character of Jane Fairfax was rendered obsolete.

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* In ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' ''Film/{{Clueless}}'', a modern adaptation of ''Literature/{{Emma}}'' Christian, ''Literature/{{Emma}}'', Frank Churchill's analogue Christian is made gay instead of having a secret engagement, so the character of Jane Fairfax was rendered obsolete.
3rd May '17 7:31:42 AM RedScharlach
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* In ''Film/Clueless'' a modern adaptation of ''Literature/{{Emma}}'' Christian, Fank Churchill's analogue is made gay instead of having a secret engagement, so the character of Jane Fairfax was rendered obsolete.

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* In ''Film/Clueless'' ''Film/{{Clueless}}'' a modern adaptation of ''Literature/{{Emma}}'' Christian, Fank Frank Churchill's analogue is made gay instead of having a secret engagement, so the character of Jane Fairfax was rendered obsolete.
1st May '17 2:05:58 PM darkemyst
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** Likewise, in ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and Tim are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from Dick directly to Damian.

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** Likewise, in ''WesternAnimation/SonOfBatman'' and its sequels, Jason and Tim [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Tim]] are never mentioned. WordOfGod confirms that in this universe the "Robin" title passed from Dick [[ComicBook/Nightwing Dick]] directly to Damian.[[CreatorsPet Damian]].



* Tim Drake, Onyx, and all mentions of [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] are cut from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''. This was likely due to [[ContinuityLockOut the characters and references not being familiar with anyone but existing comic book readers]]. Additionally, in making it a stand-alone feature, the original story's ties to ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' were omitted, including Deathstroke and Captain Nazi. The cause of [[spoiler: Jason's resurrection]] is likewise changed from Superboy-Prime to the more-familiar to Batlore ComicBook/RasAlGhul and the Lazarus Pit, and Gotham's police commissioner at the time, Michael Akins is replaced with the more traditional James Gordon.

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* [[Comicbook/RobinSeries Tim Drake, Drake]], Onyx, and all mentions of [[Comicbook/{{Batgirl 2009}} Stephanie Brown]] are cut from ''WesternAnimation/BatmanUnderTheRedHood''. This was likely due to [[ContinuityLockOut the characters Onyx and Stephanie and references not being familiar with anyone but existing comic book readers]]. Additionally, in making it a stand-alone feature, the original story's ties to ''ComicBook/InfiniteCrisis'' were omitted, including Deathstroke and Captain Nazi. The cause of [[spoiler: Jason's resurrection]] is likewise changed from Superboy-Prime to the more-familiar to Batlore ComicBook/RasAlGhul and the Lazarus Pit, and Gotham's police commissioner at the time, Michael Akins is replaced with the more traditional James Gordon.


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** Out of the founding members of ''Comicbook/YoungJustice'' ([[Comicbook/RobinSeries Tim]], [[ComicBook/{{Superboy}} Conner]], and [[ComicBook/{{Impulse}} Bart]]) only ComicBook/{{Superboy}} appears in the first season of the show as it is much closer to a ''Comicbook/TeenTitans'', adaptation taking elements of both series and combining them with an original story arc.
26th Apr '17 3:26:05 PM smalltime
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* The ScreenToStageAdaptation of ''WesternAnimation/{{Anastasia}}'' leaves out Rasputin and Bartok, going for a story closer to reality.
24th Apr '17 5:11:27 PM josh6243
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** [[Anime/CrossAnge The Aurora]] in ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'', most likely because the game already has too many battleships.
22nd Apr '17 10:50:56 PM PaulA
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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': The character of Mrs. Susan Sowerby is oddly absent from the 1993 film.

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* ''Literature/TheSecretGarden'': ''Film/{{The Secret Garden|1993}}'': The character of Mrs. Susan Sowerby Sowerby, who has a small but influential role in the novel, is oddly absent from the 1993 film.
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