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12th Apr '18 4:33:42 PM CrazyEnchilada
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*''VideoGame/KerbalSpaceProgram'': the Spaceplane Plus mod for the alpha version became stock in the official release.
9th Apr '18 6:36:49 PM Pinokio
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* The now defunct MobilePhoneGame ''Transformers Legends'' utilized character descriptions from the wiki articles available on Website/TFWikiDotNet.
1st Apr '18 11:20:32 AM Pichu-kun
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** Konohamaru and Hanabi have been a popular ship since Part 1 of ''Naruto'', despite never interacting, due to the GenerationXerox on Naruhina fans part. In ''Boruto'' they're shown bonding over their shared love of Boruto (Hanabi's nephew and Konohamaru's student). Hanabi is close enough with Konohamaru to be only friendly terms with him and call him "senpai".

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** Konohamaru and Hanabi have been a popular ship since Part 1 of ''Naruto'', despite never interacting, due to the GenerationXerox element on Naruhina fans part. In ''Boruto'' they're shown bonding over their shared love of Boruto (Hanabi's nephew and Konohamaru's student). Hanabi is close enough with Konohamaru to be only friendly terms with him and call him "senpai".
30th Mar '18 1:38:40 PM Pichu-kun
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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': Certain fanfics have the idea of a GovernmentConspiracy that is antagonistic towards Naruto, often with Danzo as the leader. In the story ''Itachi Shinden: Book of Dark Night'', it is revealed that Danzo actually leaked the knowledge that Naruto hosts the Nine-Tails, to instigate hatred against him.

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* ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'': ''Franchise/{{Naruto}}'':
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Certain fanfics have the idea of a GovernmentConspiracy that is antagonistic towards Naruto, often with Danzo as the leader. In the story ''Itachi Shinden: Book of Dark Night'', it is revealed that Danzo actually leaked the knowledge that Naruto hosts the Nine-Tails, to instigate hatred against him.him.
** Konohamaru and Hanabi have been a popular ship since Part 1 of ''Naruto'', despite never interacting, due to the GenerationXerox on Naruhina fans part. In ''Boruto'' they're shown bonding over their shared love of Boruto (Hanabi's nephew and Konohamaru's student). Hanabi is close enough with Konohamaru to be only friendly terms with him and call him "senpai".
25th Mar '18 9:08:57 PM Illuminatus
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* The character "Fuze" in ''RainbowSixSiege'' is listed in his character bio as having a strong moral compass. However, in game his cluster charge special ability is so powerful and unpredictable that it routinely massacres the hostage you are supposed to be saving or racks up team kills. This was so common in game that later DLC characters' bios note that Fuze is hard to work with due to a casual disregard for human life, and his own elite skin includes the phrase "Fuze the Hostage!" written on his machine gun.
23rd Mar '18 11:15:00 AM KingLyger
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* [[http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?pager.offset=2&cId=3145765&p= The story behind the abbreviation for Blue Mage]] in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' is as follows:

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy''
** The original Nibelheim Incident from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' had a few details that were inconsistent on the first viewing, but that was on purpose due to it being the result of a pretty bad MindScrew. Even though the details supposedly got cleared up by the game's conclusion, the ''Compilation of Final Fantasy VII'' added a few more retellings, giving no less than six supposedly-all-canon versions of the same event. For a while, fans speculated that it was being told RashomonStyle, with everyone's stories contradicting bits and pieces of the others, while keeping at least the basic details right. Eventually, Square Enix just gave up trying to create a truly solid version, and said the Rashomon-style theory was what happened.
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[[http://www.1up.com/do/previewPage?pager.offset=2&cId=3145765&p= The story behind the abbreviation for Blue Mage]] in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' is as follows:



* When asked about the "[[http://squallsdead.com/ Squall is Dead]]" theory from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'', director Yoshinori Kitase [[https://kotaku.com/is-squall-really-dead-final-fantasy-producer-addresses-1800007113 said]] "No, that is not true, I think he was actually stabbed around the shoulder area, so he was not dead. But that is a very interesting idea, so if we ever do make a remake of Final Fantasy VIII, I might go along with that story in mind." Now, regardless of whether he actually goes through with it, any minuscule hint of it in any FFVIII remake that ever gets released will be taken as absolute proof that the theory is true. The "Rinoa is Ultimecia" and "Gogo is Daryl/Adlai Stevenson" theories were flatly denied in the same interview.
** While "Rinoa is Ultimecia" was debunked, later on in the series Final Fantasy XI gave us Lady Lilith, an obvious {{expy}} of Ultimecia who [[spoiler:did turn out to be a corrupted version of the leading lady from a dark future]]

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* ** When asked about the "[[http://squallsdead.com/ Squall is Dead]]" theory from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVIII'', director Yoshinori Kitase [[https://kotaku.com/is-squall-really-dead-final-fantasy-producer-addresses-1800007113 said]] "No, that is not true, I think he was actually stabbed around the shoulder area, so he was not dead. But that is a very interesting idea, so if we ever do make a remake of Final ''Final Fantasy VIII, VIII'', I might go along with that story in mind." Now, regardless of whether he actually goes through with it, any minuscule hint of it in any FFVIII remake that ever gets released will be taken as absolute proof that the theory is true. The "Rinoa is Ultimecia" and "Gogo is Daryl/Adlai Stevenson" theories were flatly denied in the same interview.
** While "Rinoa is Ultimecia" was debunked, later on in the series Final Fantasy XI series, ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXI'' gave us Lady Lilith, an obvious {{expy}} of Ultimecia who [[spoiler:did turn out to be a corrupted version of the leading lady from a dark future]]future]].
12th Mar '18 11:34:52 PM RaspyGulp
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** While "Rinoa is Ultimecia" was debunked, later on in the series Final Fantasy XI gave us Lady Lilith, an obvious {{expy}} of Ultimecia who [[spoiler:did turn out to be a corrupted version of the leading lady from a dark future]]
3rd Mar '18 8:51:16 PM EdwardGil
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* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', fans mentioned to the writer Creator/ChiakiKonaka, that clearly the character of Alice was a ghost. Konaka ''originally didn't intend this when he wrote it'' but when he looked back; admits that's a very possible theory on his webpage.

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* In ''Anime/DigimonTamers'', fans mentioned to the writer Creator/ChiakiKonaka, that clearly the character of Alice was a ghost. Konaka ''originally didn't intend this when he wrote it'' but when he looked back; admits that's a very possible theory on his webpage.[[http://www.konaka.com/alice6/tamers/characters/alice-e.html webpage]].
18th Feb '18 6:40:03 PM PlasmaTalon
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** Back in classic WoW many player's speculated what the next Alliance race would be, with Worgen proving to be an immensely popular choice on the forums. While the Draenei had already been chosen as the next race, Blizzard seems to have held onto the idea, and would make Worgen a playable race come ''Cataclysm''.
13th Feb '18 12:51:54 PM Wyldchyld
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** Fans of the show made IdiosyncraticShipNaming into an art form. In Volume 2 Episode 4, Ruby actually name dropped these during battle to as names for tag-team combination attacks. Sadly, the popular "White Rose" name for Ruby/Weiss was passed over for "Ice Flower."

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** Fans of the show made IdiosyncraticShipNaming into an art form. took the show-wide colour-theme-naming and ran with it to [[IdiosyncraticShipNaming produce shipping names]] based on each character's theme colour. In Volume 2 Episode 4, 2, Ruby actually name dropped these during battle to as names for introduces tag-team combination attacks. Sadly, attack moves, listing each pair involved in the popular "White Rose" relevant tactic by their shipping name, including Bumblebee (Yang (Yellow) and Blake (Black)) and Freezerburn (Weiss (white and uses Ice Powers) and Yang (Yellow and is associated with fire)). In Volume 3, Jaune unsuccessfully attempts to convince his team to use combination attacks that are also named after fandom pairing names, such as Arcos (Jaune and Pyrrha's surnames (Arc + "os" from Nikos)) and Flower Power (Ren, whose symbol is a flower, and Nora, who is based on Thor and therefore is the show's power-house fighter)).
** Volume 3 ends with Ruby, Jaune, Ren and Nora joining forces to travel across the continent of Anima together, searching for answers to who the villains are and what their plans are. In [[ExtranormalInstitute Huntsman Academies]], students work and graduate together as a team of four, with a colour-themed team
name that is bestowed by the headmaster. As the four students came from two different teams, the fandom debated what new team name they should have for Ruby/Weiss was passed over for "Ice Flower." the future Volume 4 and settled on two possible options, with associated pros and cons: Team JNRR (Junior) or Team RNJR (Ranger). When Volume 4 started, the first episode opened to Ren, Nora and Jaune arguing about whether to call themselves Team JNRR or RNJR. Team JNRR initially wins due to Nora and Jaune favouring it, until Jaune decides it doesn't work when spoken allowed, making Team RNJR the default. At the end of Volume 5, Ruby officially calls them Team RNJR.
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