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18th Apr '16 11:04:55 AM Willbyr
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* The ''RecordOfLodossWar'' franchise began with edited accounts of a ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' campaign, quickly becoming popular enough to spawn its own [[RecursiveAdaptation game system]], novels, manga, multiple {{OVA}}s, and a television anime.

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* The ''RecordOfLodossWar'' ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar'' franchise began with edited accounts of a ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' campaign, quickly becoming popular enough to spawn its own [[RecursiveAdaptation game system]], novels, manga, multiple {{OVA}}s, and a television anime.
10th Apr '16 12:30:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* The ''International Super Teams'' setting for ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' had its genesis in an unused timeline and history written for a ''VillainsAndVigilantes'' campaign in which [[@/LooneyToons the author]] was a player.

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* The ''International Super Teams'' setting for ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}}'' had its genesis in an unused timeline and history written for a ''VillainsAndVigilantes'' ''TabletopGame/VillainsAndVigilantes'' campaign in which [[@/LooneyToons the author]] was a player.
2nd Mar '16 8:52:24 PM MaxwellDaring
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* ''BALADA:Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity'' started out as crossover between ''Literature/{{Flashman}}'' and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' before evolving into a Space Opera that uses magic instead of technology and ramping up the conflict to a Galactic Scale, oh it also has a Deathstar with two energy beams.

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* ''BALADA:Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity'' ''Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity'' started out as crossover between ''Literature/{{Flashman}}'' and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' before evolving into a Space Opera that uses magic instead of technology and ramping up the conflict to a Galactic Scale, oh it also has a Deathstar with two energy beams.
2nd Mar '16 8:51:55 PM MaxwellDaring
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* ''BALADA:Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity'' started out as crossover between ''Literature/{{Flashman}}'' and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' before evolving into a Space Opera that uses magic instead of technology and ramping up the conflict to a Galactic Scale, oh it also has a Deathstar with two energy beams.


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* ''BALADA:Literature/ASymphonyOfEternity'' started out as crossover between ''Literature/{{Flashman}}'' and ''Franchise/CodeGeass'' before evolving into a Space Opera that uses magic instead of technology and ramping up the conflict to a Galactic Scale, oh it also has a Deathstar with two energy beams.
27th Jan '16 8:12:16 PM GrammarNavi
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* "Negri's Boys" by Charles Coleman Finlay, which was originally fanfic of Bujold's work, was rewritten with the serial numbers filed off as "The Political Officer". It was published in ''TheMagazineOfFantasyAndScienceFiction'' and nominated for the [[HugoAward Hugo]] and NebulaAward.

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* "Negri's Boys" by Charles Coleman Finlay, which was originally fanfic of Bujold's work, was rewritten with the serial numbers filed off as "The Political Officer". It was published in ''TheMagazineOfFantasyAndScienceFiction'' and nominated for the [[HugoAward Hugo]] and NebulaAward.UsefulNotes/NebulaAward.
21st Jan '16 6:40:58 PM rjd1922
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** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' was inspired by the student project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter). Also, the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} UpdatedReRelease ''Portal: Still Alive'' contained some levels from the mod ''VideoGame/PortalTheFlashVersion [=MapPack=]''.

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** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' was inspired by the student project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter). Also, the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} UsefulNotes/{{Xbox 360}} UpdatedReRelease ''Portal: Still Alive'' contained some levels from the mod ''VideoGame/PortalTheFlashVersion [=MapPack=]''.
15th Dec '15 1:00:20 PM rjd1922
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** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' was inspired by the student project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter).

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** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' was inspired by the student project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter). Also, the UsefulNotes/{{Xbox}} UpdatedReRelease ''Portal: Still Alive'' contained some levels from the mod ''VideoGame/PortalTheFlashVersion [=MapPack=]''.
18th Nov '15 3:33:13 PM DaibhidC
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** ''Literature/DirkGentlysHolisticDetectiveAgency'' started out as a ''Series/DoctorWho'' script, but was fitted with a cast of {{Expy}} characters (who were changed enough that they were compelling in their own right) and the plot was altered very drastically. Similarly, ''Literature/LifeTheUniverseAndEverything'' started out as a rejected script for a ''Doctor Who'' movie, and was again drastically rewritten (interestingly enough, removing the "Doctor" figure and his actions almost entirely without breaking the plot).
5th Nov '15 10:31:30 AM nombretomado
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* ''Literature/DivineBloodNovels'' was originally a MegaCrossOver fanfic of several anime (most notably RanmaOneHalf, LightNovel/FullMetalPanic, and Manga/AhMyGoddess) which eventually developed enough mythos and themes of its own that the author decided to [[SerialNumbersFiledOff file off the serial numbers]] on the characters and make it into its own novel.

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* ''Literature/DivineBloodNovels'' was originally a MegaCrossOver fanfic of several anime (most notably RanmaOneHalf, LightNovel/FullMetalPanic, ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf'', ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'', and Manga/AhMyGoddess) ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'') which eventually developed enough mythos and themes of its own that the author decided to [[SerialNumbersFiledOff file off the serial numbers]] on the characters and make it into its own novel.
4th Nov '15 9:22:52 AM crazysamaritan
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Compare the WeirdAlEffect, where fans of a derivative work forget the original existed. Also compare SpiritualLicensee, where a work didn't start as a fanfic but the end result is pretty much the same as this. See also HumbleBeginnings, of which this can be considered a subtrope.

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Compare the WeirdAlEffect, where fans of a derivative work forget the original existed. Also compare SpiritualLicensee, SpiritualAdaptation, where a work didn't start as a fanfic does not violate copyright law, but fans consider it to also be similar to the end result is pretty much the same as this.source material. See also HumbleBeginnings, of which this can be considered a subtrope.



** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' is a spiritual successor to a student's project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter).

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** ''Videogame/{{Portal}}'' is a spiritual successor to a student's was inspired by the student project ''Narbacular Drop'', and the gel mechanic in ''Videogame/{{Portal 2}}'' was developed from ''Tag: The Power of Paint'' (Valve hired ''the entire'' programming team of the latter).
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