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20th Aug '16 6:48:50 PM defender2222
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** The changelings being true bug ponies with a hive, being born as grubs, etc. All made canon via Thorax's flashback in "The Times They Are A Changeling"
15th Aug '16 8:53:00 PM Kayube
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* In ''Series/KamenRiderGaim'', there was a rumor that [[spoiler:Takatora would defeat Mitsuzane and claim his Melon Energy Lock Seed and Genesis Core, becoming Jimber Melon Arms (a form which was previously unseen in the show).]] While in actuality [[spoiler:Mitsuzane won the fight]] and the form remained unused, it finally made its appearance in a sequel book, [[spoiler:used by Takatora as rumored.]]
2nd Aug '16 3:20:25 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedia.org/ wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the original edition of the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information[[note]]The wiki itself has since then corrected those errors, with the 2011 edition of the ''Encylopedia'' following suit (partly; a few errors still remained)[[/note]]. While almost all the errors that had made it to print, like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were recognized as mistakes even by the very people responsible for publishing the ''Encylopedia'', one bit of fanon that snuck in has managed to become official canon; the United Rebel Front, which originated as a misinterpretation of a one-line reference to a "united rebel front" in ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'', was established as an official faction in later ''Halo'' media, most notably ''Literature/HaloNewBlood''.

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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedia.org/ wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the original edition of the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information[[note]]The wiki itself has since then corrected those errors, with the 2011 edition of the ''Encylopedia'' following suit (partly; a few errors still remained)[[/note]]. While almost all of the errors that had made it to print, ''Encyclopedia''[='s=] errors, like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were recognized as mistakes even by the very people responsible for publishing it in the ''Encylopedia'', first place, one bit of fanon that snuck in has managed to become official canon; the United Rebel Front, which originated as a misinterpretation of a one-line reference to a "united rebel front" in ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'', was established as an official faction in later ''Halo'' media, most notably ''Literature/HaloNewBlood''.''Literature/HaloNewBlood''[[note]]The official ''Halo'' website even has a nod to this; on [[https://www.halowaypoint.com/en-us/universe/characters/colonel-watts Colonel Watt's character page]], it's noted that the name "United Rebel Front" originated as an unofficial designation[[/note]].
2nd Aug '16 2:59:51 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedia.org/ wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the original edition of the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information[[note]]The wiki itself has since then corrected those errors, with the 2011 edition of the ''Encylopedia'' following suit (partly; a few errors still remained)[[/note]]. While almost all the errors that had made it to print, like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were recognized as mistakes even by the very people responsible for publishing the ''Encylopedia'', one bit of fanon that snuck in has managed to become fully accepted canon; the United Rebel Front, which originated as a misinterpretation of a one-line reference to a "united rebel front" in ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'', was established as an official faction in later ''Halo'' media, most notably ''Literature/HaloNewBlood''.

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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedia.org/ wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the original edition of the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information[[note]]The wiki itself has since then corrected those errors, with the 2011 edition of the ''Encylopedia'' following suit (partly; a few errors still remained)[[/note]]. While almost all the errors that had made it to print, like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were recognized as mistakes even by the very people responsible for publishing the ''Encylopedia'', one bit of fanon that snuck in has managed to become fully accepted official canon; the United Rebel Front, which originated as a misinterpretation of a one-line reference to a "united rebel front" in ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'', was established as an official faction in later ''Halo'' media, most notably ''Literature/HaloNewBlood''.
2nd Aug '16 2:56:57 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedian.com/Main_Page wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information. As the ''Encyclopedia'' is supposed to be canon, the errors are errors no longer. Several bits of fanon that had snuck into the pages, such a faction called "the United Rebel Front", or clear errors like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were discarded later on the wiki despite being in the ''Encyclopedia'' because they were recognized as mistakes.

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* Fans of ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'' compiled info on the series in a ''Halo'' [[http://www.halopedian.com/Main_Page halopedia.org/ wiki]] online. While wikis are good, they're not perfect. When the original edition of the official ''Halo Encyclopedia'' was released, it was clear that it had copied material directly from the wiki because it duplicated some of its errors and flawed ways of presenting information. As information[[note]]The wiki itself has since then corrected those errors, with the ''Encyclopedia'' is supposed to be canon, 2011 edition of the ''Encylopedia'' following suit (partly; a few errors still remained)[[/note]]. While almost all the errors are errors no longer. Several bits of fanon that had snuck into the pages, such a faction called "the United Rebel Front", or clear errors made it to print, like the fleet at Reach being 750 ships instead of 314 and there being a First and Second Battle of Earth, were discarded later on the wiki despite being in the ''Encyclopedia'' because they were recognized as mistakes.mistakes even by the very people responsible for publishing the ''Encylopedia'', one bit of fanon that snuck in has managed to become fully accepted canon; the United Rebel Front, which originated as a misinterpretation of a one-line reference to a "united rebel front" in ''Literature/HaloGhostsOfOnyx'', was established as an official faction in later ''Halo'' media, most notably ''Literature/HaloNewBlood''.
25th Jul '16 4:52:27 PM LadyJaneGrey
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** The notorious Corrupted Blood Incident was a glitch made worse by malignant trolling players, and was never intentional, but it did give the developers some ideas. The Great Zombie Plague of 2008 (an event used to promote their ''Wrath of the Lich King'' expansion, was similar and intentional. (However, unlike Corrupted Blood, which was 100% contagious and fatal, this zombie plague had minimal risk of player-to-player infection.)
22nd Jul '16 2:12:08 AM VashTi
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** Note, though, that the canon status of ''Another Note'' is hotly debated. It's mentioned in the manga reference ''How To Read'', but isn't by the original mangaka, and several things in it appear to either be outrageously untrue (such as the third world war having happened in a world mostly similar to our own) or otherwise clearly inconsistent with the anime and manga canons.
17th Jul '16 6:09:49 AM defender2222
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** A lot of fanfics center on the idea that Bumblebee was raised by the Autobots with Optimus himself usually being his central parental figure. In Age of Extinction Optimus confirms he raised Bumblebee when discussing moody teens with Cade.
14th Jul '16 10:25:50 PM wolftickets1969
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** The seventeenth wave of blind bags in 2016 finally made the fan nickname "Cloud Kicker" official for the blonde-maned lavender pegasus.


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14th Jul '16 3:51:57 AM LadyJaneGrey
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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' fans pleaded and petitioned for years with Kenner to make a Slave Leia (Leia in the metal bikini from ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''); such a figure was #1 on ''Wizard'' magazines Top Ten Most Requested Action Figures for months. Eventually, Kenner did indeed create one. (It [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVV7nLNRcW4 caused some controversy]] by MoralGuardians until [[http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/watch/carrie-fisher-talks-about-the-controversy-over-slave-leia-costume/vi-AAg5b3T Carrie Fisher herself set them straight by reminding everyone that Leia had been captured by a "giant slug" who forced her to wear it until [[LaserGuidedKarma she used the chain to strangle him]].)]]

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'' fans pleaded and petitioned for years with Kenner to make a Slave Leia (Leia in the metal bikini from ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''); ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'') action figure; such a figure was #1 on ''Wizard'' magazines Top Ten Most Requested Action Figures for months. Eventually, Kenner did indeed create one. (It [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uVV7nLNRcW4 caused some controversy]] by MoralGuardians until [[http://www.msn.com/en-us/video/watch/carrie-fisher-talks-about-the-controversy-over-slave-leia-costume/vi-AAg5b3T Carrie Fisher herself herself]] set them straight by reminding everyone that Leia had been captured by a "giant slug" who forced her to wear it until [[LaserGuidedKarma she used the chain to strangle him]].)]])
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