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7th Feb '18 7:32:53 AM LavonPapillon1
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* ''Fanfic/RiseOfPaonneAndRenardRouge'': [[spoiler:Gabriel is a founding member of the Quantic Team, a superhero group that Master Fu is in association with.]]
11th Jan '18 6:48:17 PM CheeseDogX
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** Somewhat justifiable that Sheridan and Franklin didn't recognise Delenn, since they weren't in the best condition at the time, and Delenn looked very different when Sheridan met her again, and Londo had good reason to keep his mouth shut, but you'd expect Delenn to make some reference to it, and you'd expect Sheridan to recognise G'Kar.

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** Somewhat justifiable that Sheridan and Franklin didn't recognise Delenn, since they weren't in the best condition at the time, and Delenn looked very different when Sheridan met her again, and Londo had good reason to keep his mouth shut, but you'd expect and Delenn to make some reference to it, and keeps secrets so much it's probably habitual by this point, but you'd expect Sheridan to recognise G'Kar.
29th Dec '17 5:35:04 AM syrus372
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* Subverted in ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars''. Throughout the show's airing, a Star Wars fan worth their salt would probably be thinking "Hey, how is Anakin interacting and fighting with Count Dooku and Grievous when they only officially met in ''Film/RevengeOfTheSith'', since Anakin was obviously referencing the battle on Geonosis when he says his powers have doubled? Or when Anakin joked about Grievous' height?" It's only upon looking back at the series that it's apparent Anakin never actually met General Grievous, making his quip valid. As well, the creators did try to cover their bases with Dooku by making their final clash in the series rather climactic and dramatic, justifying Anakin's claim of his powers having doubled since such a fight.
11th Dec '17 12:53:08 PM DustSnitch
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* We were expecting [[TheChosenOne Anakin]] to have met Obi-Wan and [[BadassGrandpa Yoda]] in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels. Not so much [[TheSmartGuy C-3PO and R2-D2]].

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* We were expecting [[TheChosenOne Anakin]] to have met Obi-Wan and [[BadassGrandpa Yoda]] Yoda in the ''Franchise/StarWars'' prequels. Not so much [[TheSmartGuy C-3PO and R2-D2]].
7th Oct '17 5:19:02 AM ApeAccount
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* Tripped over in ''Series/SledgeHammer.'' Since the first season ended with everyone dying in a nuclear fireball, the second season was a prequel to the first season -- despite the fact that the main characters ''met'' in the first episode, and weren't partners before.
** An alternative interpretation is that there was a 5 year gap between the penultimate and final episodes of the first season, and season 2 fitted in there. This seems to be what the 'disclaimer' at the start of season 2 is implying.

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* Tripped Possibly tripped over in ''Series/SledgeHammer.'' depending on your interpretation of where the second season is placed. Since the first season ended with everyone dying in a nuclear fireball, the second season started with a disclaimer explaining that these episodes were set five years earlier. It's possible it was intended to convey that there was a five year gap between the second last and last episode of season one, therefore having a place for season two. Alternatively, if the second season is a prequel to the first season -- despite this creates a problem given the fact that the main characters ''met'' in the first episode, and weren't partners before.
** An alternative interpretation is that there was a 5 year gap between the penultimate and final episodes of the first season, and season 2 fitted in there. This seems to be what the 'disclaimer' at the start of season 2 is implying.
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* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'' used this as a clue in the episode "A Human Reaction". The aliens could only create people from John's memories so after a while John realised that everyone around him was someone he had met, generally in some obscure way, before.
27th Sep '17 4:52:31 AM MrChips2301
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** Bonus points for Scruffy's first appearance being in the non-canonical [[Recap/FuturamaS2E16AnthologyOfInterestI Anthology Of Interest]].
13th Sep '17 12:28:39 PM LavonPapillon1
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* In ''Fanfic/WaitingIsWorthIt'', Inko already knew [[spoiler:Eraserhead]] from when he volunteered to [[spoiler:nullify Izuku's quirk when surgery was done on him.]]
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13th Jun '17 8:46:18 PM nombretomado
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* Creator/DerekRobinson uses this a lot in his serial novels of wartime aviation. Characters in one novel frequently carry over into the next - providing they [[EverybodyDies survive]]. In ''Literature/HulloRussiaGoodbyeEngland'', several characters carry over from the last of his WW2 trilogy, ''Damn Good Show'' as we follow 409 Squadron into the nuclear jet age. As a bonus, intelligence officer Skull Skelton returns into an age where his moral ambiguities and ability to see in terms of finely nuanced greys are welcomed by an RAF to whom the old certainties are dead.

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* Creator/DerekRobinson uses this a lot in his serial novels of wartime aviation. Characters in one novel frequently carry over into the next - providing they [[EverybodyDies survive]]. In ''Literature/HulloRussiaGoodbyeEngland'', several characters carry over from the last of his WW2 UsefulNotes/WW2 trilogy, ''Damn Good Show'' as we follow 409 Squadron into the nuclear jet age. As a bonus, intelligence officer Skull Skelton returns into an age where his moral ambiguities and ability to see in terms of finely nuanced greys are welcomed by an RAF to whom the old certainties are dead.
11th Jun '17 12:48:39 AM Piterpicher
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* In ''VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins'', the prequel to SilentHill1, the only unique characters to the game are Travis, his family, and the Butcher.

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* In ''VideoGame/SilentHillOrigins'', the prequel to SilentHill1, ''VideoGame/SilentHill1'', the only unique characters to the game are Travis, his family, and the Butcher.
3rd Apr '17 6:37:13 PM nombretomado
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* Averted in ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter''. It's the fourth game in the series, but set first in the timeline. However, it still features appearances by Granny Riddleton, Inspector Chelmy and Barton, who chronologically first meet the Professor later. To avoid plotholes, the Professor and Luke never cross paths with them, only Emmy does (she never appeared in the earlier games). In fact, Granny Riddleton quickly goes on vacation and leaves her cat behind to perform her usual job, so the Professor never sees her. In ''Miracle Mask'', Granny appears, and even meets the Professor, but she disguises herself and uses a pseudonym for no apparent reason, and in all other occasions when she appears she pretends not to know the heroes, so canon is preserved nonetheless.

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* Averted in ''ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter''.''VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndTheLastSpecter''. It's the fourth game in the series, but set first in the timeline. However, it still features appearances by Granny Riddleton, Inspector Chelmy and Barton, who chronologically first meet the Professor later. To avoid plotholes, the Professor and Luke never cross paths with them, only Emmy does (she never appeared in the earlier games). In fact, Granny Riddleton quickly goes on vacation and leaves her cat behind to perform her usual job, so the Professor never sees her. In ''Miracle Mask'', Granny appears, and even meets the Professor, but she disguises herself and uses a pseudonym for no apparent reason, and in all other occasions when she appears she pretends not to know the heroes, so canon is preserved nonetheless.
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