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18th May '17 1:00:18 AM IniuriaTalis
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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's feelings were just a crush and nothing more]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, [[SingleTargetSexuality her feelings for Sasuke never wavered]] and even resulted in marriage, and Sakura cared for Naruto [[LikeBrotherAndSister like a brother and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]''.

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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata.Miyata, was known for this. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's feelings were just a crush and nothing more]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, [[SingleTargetSexuality her feelings for Sasuke never wavered]] and even resulted in marriage, and Sakura cared for Naruto [[LikeBrotherAndSister like a brother and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]''. When Masashi Kishimoto mentioned in an interview after the end of the series that certain female writers for the anime tried to convince him to go with Naruto/Sakura, many fans believed he was referring to Miyata.
18th May '17 12:56:58 AM IniuriaTalis
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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata, was infamous for this until the manga ended, where the series' DistantFinale featured all of the {{Official Couple}}s, in which she finally stopped bothering to do this for the rest of ''Shippuden''. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, it was never more than [[LovingAShadow a passing crush]], especially since he stopped having a crush on her after [[ShipSinking the events of Chapter 469]], and WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's crush on her was ''just a crush'' and nothing more]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, [[SingleTargetSexuality her feelings for Sasuke never wavered]] and even resulted in marriage, [[ShipperOnDeck Naruto genuinely supported her relationship with Sasuke]], even more so once Team 7 reunited in the WarArc, and Naruto and Sakura cared for each other [[LikeBrotherAndSister like siblings and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', which is blatantly {{Filler}}, not the least because of all of the {{Plot Hole}}s that persist in it and the fact that it's set in an AU world for the most part.

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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata, was infamous for this until the manga ended, where the series' DistantFinale featured all of the {{Official Couple}}s, in which she finally stopped bothering to do this for the rest of ''Shippuden''. Miyata. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, it was never more than [[LovingAShadow a passing crush]], especially since he stopped having a crush on her after [[ShipSinking the events of Chapter 469]], and WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's feelings were just a crush on her was ''just a crush'' and nothing more]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, [[SingleTargetSexuality her feelings for Sasuke never wavered]] and even resulted in marriage, [[ShipperOnDeck Naruto genuinely supported her relationship with Sasuke]], even more so once Team 7 reunited in the WarArc, and Naruto and Sakura cared for each other Naruto [[LikeBrotherAndSister like siblings a brother and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', which is blatantly {{Filler}}, not the least because of all of the {{Plot Hole}}s that persist in it and the fact that it's set in an AU world for the most part.Ninja]]''.
11th May '17 9:51:09 AM mouschilight
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11th May '17 9:49:27 AM mouschilight
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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata, was infamous for this until the manga ended, where the series' DistantFinale featured all of the {{Official Couple}}s, in which she finally stopped bothering to do this for the rest of ''Shippuden''. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, it was never more than [[LovingAShadow a passing crush]], especially since he stopped having a crush on her after [[ShipSinking the events of Chapter 469]], and WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's crush on her was never ''real'' love]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, her feelings for Sasuke never wavered and even resulted in marriage, and she and Naruto mutually cared for each other [[LikeBrotherAndSister like siblings and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', which is blatantly {{Filler}}, not the least because of the {{Plot Hole}}s that persist in it.

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* The anime version of ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' tended to add a lot of ShipTease for pretty much any pairing, but one writer in particular, Yuka Miyata, was infamous for this until the manga ended, where the series' DistantFinale featured all of the {{Official Couple}}s, in which she finally stopped bothering to do this for the rest of ''Shippuden''. She was responsible for most of the major Naruto/Sakura moments in {{filler}}, including episodes where Naruto states that he loves and would always love Sakura, [[spoiler: when in the manga, it was never more than [[LovingAShadow a passing crush]], especially since he stopped having a crush on her after [[ShipSinking the events of Chapter 469]], and WordOfGod confirmed that Naruto's crush on her was never ''real'' love]], ''just a crush'' and nothing more]], and where Sakura implies that she doesn't love Sasuke anymore and is instead falling for Naruto, [[spoiler: when in the manga, [[SingleTargetSexuality her feelings for Sasuke never wavered wavered]] and even resulted in marriage, and she [[ShipperOnDeck Naruto genuinely supported her relationship with Sasuke]], even more so once Team 7 reunited in the WarArc, and Naruto mutually and Sakura cared for each other [[LikeBrotherAndSister like siblings and nothing more]].]] Miyata also wrote the [[PortmanteauCoupleName NaruSaku]]-filled movie ''[[Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja Road to Ninja]]'', which is blatantly {{Filler}}, not the least because of all of the {{Plot Hole}}s that persist in it.it and the fact that it's set in an AU world for the most part.
4th May '17 7:26:45 PM SSJMagus
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*** There was a major pissing match between Karen Traviss and Troy Denning that started in ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce'', and followed over into the ''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries'' and ''Literature/FateOfTheJedi''. Karen Traviss and Troy Denning are about as far apart as people can get in their depictions of Mandalorians and Jedi. When Traviss would throw a TakeThat at one of Denning's characters, he'd return it. It got so bad that [[spoiler: Denning virus bombed Mandalore in one book in order to annihilate anyone with Boba Fett's DNA. That included most of Traviss's characters, who had been established as still alive at the time.]] And then even this was countered in Traviss's ''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries'' novel 501st, which [[spoiler: dismissed the idea of a virus bomb being so accurate to destroy all of her characters.]] Traviss has since left writing ''Star Wars'' for various reasons (including financial and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', a higher priority canonical source over her writings, arming itself with canon over the Mandalorian issue in its second season, though ''Star Wars: The Essential Atlas'' and ''Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare'' introduced retcons that reconciled Traviss' interpretations of the Mandalorians with the show's).

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*** There was a major pissing match between Karen Traviss and Troy Denning that started in ''Literature/LegacyOfTheForce'', and followed over into the ''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries'' and ''Literature/FateOfTheJedi''. Karen Traviss and Troy Denning are about as far apart as people can get in their depictions of Mandalorians and Jedi. When Traviss would throw a TakeThat at one of Denning's characters, he'd return it. It got so bad that [[spoiler: Denning virus bombed Mandalore in one book in order to annihilate anyone with Boba Fett's DNA. That included most of Traviss's characters, who had been established as still alive at the time.]] And then even this was countered in Traviss's ''Literature/RepublicCommandoSeries'' novel 501st, which [[spoiler: dismissed the idea of a virus bomb being so accurate to destroy all of her characters.]] Traviss has since left writing ''Star Wars'' for various reasons (including financial and ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsTheCloneWars'', a higher priority canonical source over her writings, arming itself with canon over the Mandalorian issue in its second season, though ''Star Wars: The Essential Atlas'' and ''Star Wars: The Essential Guide to Warfare'' introduced retcons that reconciled Traviss' interpretations of the Mandalorians with the show's).show's, and sure enough the pacifist Mandalorian government that Traviss was so offended by in ''The Clone Wars'' was overthrown by traditionalist Mandalorian warriors in the very next season).


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*** One particularly odd case was that in a ''Revenge of the Sith' technical manual, Saxon described the main turbolaser cannons of the Venator-class Star Destroyers as having precision accuracy out to a range of 4 light-minutes. Aside from this being considerably in excess of the maximum range giving for even the '''Death Star superlaser''' in previous official sources, it brings of the question of how "precision" targeting would even be possible at such range seeing as it would by definition take over 4 minutes for the beam to even reach such range. And space combat in the ''Star Wars'' movies always occurs at quite short range.
27th Apr '17 11:20:46 AM comicwriter
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* In ''Comicbook/CataclysmTheUltimatesLastStand'', Brian Bendis had Ultimate Reed Richards perform a HeelFaceTurn and set out to atone for the evils he'd committed as the Maker. However, Jonathan Hickman wasn't done writing Reed as a villain, and later revealed that Reed had only been ''pretending'' to be good so he could continue his evil work without constantly having to worry about superheroes trying to stop him.
25th Apr '17 6:12:38 AM MegaSolipsist
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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.

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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ''WordOfGod'' ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.
25th Apr '17 6:11:30 AM MegaSolipsist
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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40,000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.

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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer40,000 TabletopGame/Warhammer40000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.
25th Apr '17 6:10:57 AM MegaSolipsist
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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.

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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000 TabletopGame/Warhammer40,000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.
25th Apr '17 6:10:17 AM MegaSolipsist
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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the ''TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000'' universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.

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** Ironically, or [[ShroudedInMyth appropriately]],The many attempts to establish or retcon the history of the Alpha Legion and its actions during the ''Literature/HorusHeresy'' are one and all entirely in character for the legion whom nobody knows much of anything about. Given that most inconsistencies and contradictions in the ''TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000'' TabletopGame/Warhammer 40000 universe are explained away as a combination of being propaganda and misinformation, the fact that [[WordOfGod]] ended up unintentionally doing this themselves in regards to a legion that takes that as it's MO is a bit of accidental fridge brilliance.
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