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17th Oct '17 5:04:50 PM Ninja857142
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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}}'': 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.
17th Oct '17 5:02:47 PM Ninja857142
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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.
10th Oct '17 9:33:59 AM RedScharlach
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* In a host segment of the ''Film/JungleGoddess'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode, Joel introduces the bots as Jackie Gleason did with his fellow cast members at the end of every episode of TheHoneymooners, prompting him to introduce Crow as "Art Crow!" (a reference to Art Carney). A child fan of the show missed the reference and sent Best Brains a drawing of the cast labelling Crow as "Art" under the impression that that was his actual name. The letter was shown on the show and ever since Crow was occasionally called "Art" (usually by Pearl Forrester) as a RunningGag.

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* In a host segment of the ''Film/JungleGoddess'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode, Joel introduces the bots as Jackie Gleason did with his fellow cast members at the end of every episode of TheHoneymooners, ''Series/TheHoneymooners'', prompting him to introduce Crow as "Art Crow!" (a reference to Art Carney). A child fan of the show missed the reference and sent Best Brains a drawing of the cast labelling Crow as "Art" under the impression that that was his actual name. The letter was shown on the show and ever since Crow was occasionally called "Art" (usually by Pearl Forrester) as a RunningGag.
10th Oct '17 9:33:10 AM RedScharlach
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* In ''[[ComicBook/XMen All-New X-Men #40]]'', the younger Jean Grey confirms to a young Bobby Drake that he is indeed gay as per the longstanding fan theory based off of his general lack of romantic success. ''Uncanny X-Men'' #600 ultimately reveals that this is the the same for the modern day Bobby Drake.

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* In ''[[ComicBook/XMen All-New X-Men #40]]'', the younger Jean Grey confirms to a young Bobby Drake that he is indeed gay as per the longstanding fan theory based off of his general lack of romantic success. ''Uncanny X-Men'' #600 ultimately reveals that this is also true of the the same for the modern day modern-day Bobby Drake.



* The second ''Snowpiercer'' comic, "The Explorers", presents a ''lot'' of FanficFuel by confirming the existence of more than one Snowpiercer -- a somewhat common interpretation of ''Film/{{Snowpiercer}}'' is that the movie takes place on one such Snowpiercer. ''Terminus'', a ''third'' comic long after the eighties adaptation manages to confirm that there were as many as ''ten'' Snowpiercer trains roaming the Earth, and that yes, the one in the Film ''was'' one such train, that scene when Yona appears and recounts the ending.

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* The second ''Snowpiercer'' comic, "The Explorers", presents a ''lot'' of FanficFuel by confirming the existence of more than one Snowpiercer -- a somewhat common interpretation of ''Film/{{Snowpiercer}}'' is that the movie takes place on one such Snowpiercer. ''Terminus'', a ''third'' comic long after the eighties adaptation manages to confirm that there were as many as ''ten'' Snowpiercer trains roaming the Earth, and that yes, the one in the Film film ''was'' one such train, that scene when Yona appears and recounts the ending.



** ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'' featured one of these when Keith Richards was written into the film as Captain Teague, Keeper of the Code [[spoiler:and Jack Sparrow's father]] after, as Terry Rossio put it, "the world collectively woke up one day and decided that Keith Richards was going to be in these films." This was likely due to Creator/JohnnyDepp discussing it in interviews, since he was an influence of Depp's portrayal of Jack Sparrow.
** In the same film Barbossa's first name is "Hector", an idea that was worked out privately with Depp and Rush while filming ''Curse of the Black Pearl'', and caught on with fans after Depp mentioned it in the [=DVDs=] commentary.

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** ''Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd'' featured one of these when Keith Richards was written into the film as Captain Teague, Keeper of the Code [[spoiler:and Jack Sparrow's father]] after, as Terry Rossio put it, "the world collectively woke up one day and decided that Keith Richards was going to be in these films." This was likely due to Creator/JohnnyDepp discussing it in interviews, since he Richards was an influence of on Depp's portrayal of Jack Sparrow.
** In the same film Barbossa's first name is "Hector", an idea that was worked out privately with Depp and Rush while filming ''Curse of the Black Pearl'', and caught on with fans after Depp mentioned it in the [=DVDs=] [=DVD=] commentary.



* The ending of ''Film/Saw3D'' in which [[spoiler:Dr. Gordon is revealed to have been acting as an accomplice to Jigsaw ever since escaping his trap at the end of ''Film/SawI'']] was a long standing fan-theory before finally being written into canonicity.

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* The ending of ''Film/Saw3D'' in which [[spoiler:Dr. Gordon is revealed to have been acting as an accomplice to Jigsaw ever since escaping his trap at the end of ''Film/SawI'']] was a long standing fan-theory long-standing fan theory before finally being written into canonicity.



** 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.
* Franchise/MarvelUniverse :On April 18, 2017, Marvel Studio head Kevin Fiege [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that ''[[https://www.inverse.com/article/30919-marvel-stan-lee-cameos-uatu-mcu-avengers all]]'' of the Creator/StanLee cameos in Marvel movies and TV shows are related, which was later reiterated when ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' revealed that he is [[spoiler: an informant for the Watchers]]. This was a nod to the popular fan theory that [[spoiler: Stan Lee was really Uatu the Watcher]], with Creator/JamesGunn even saying he got the idea to have Stan [[spoiler: working for the Watchers]] from message boards.

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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 ''Age of Extinction Extinction'', Optimus confirms he raised Bumblebee when discussing moody teens with Cade.
* Franchise/MarvelUniverse :On Franchise/MarvelUniverse: On April 18, 2017, Marvel Studio head Kevin Fiege [[WordOfGod confirmed]] that ''[[https://www.inverse.com/article/30919-marvel-stan-lee-cameos-uatu-mcu-avengers all]]'' of the Creator/StanLee cameos in Marvel movies and TV shows are related, which was later reiterated when ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'' revealed that he is [[spoiler: an informant for the Watchers]]. This was a nod to the popular fan theory that [[spoiler: Stan Lee was really Uatu the Watcher]], with Creator/JamesGunn even saying he got the idea to have Stan [[spoiler: working for the Watchers]] from message boards.



** Lupin's facial scars, which are never described in the books, have supposedly been appearing in fanart before his appearance in the third movie.

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** Lupin's facial scars, which are never described in the books, have supposedly been appearing appeared in fanart before his appearance in the third movie.



* Philip Pullman was once asked why certain minor characters in ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' have daemons who are the same gender as they are (most people have daemons of opposite gender and the narrative says so). When his questioner asked if it meant that those characters were gay, he basically said "sure, why not" -- he had never actually been able to come up with a reason for it.

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* Philip Pullman was once asked why certain minor characters in ''Literature/HisDarkMaterials'' have daemons who are the same gender as they are (most people have daemons of opposite gender and the narrative says so). When his questioner asked if it meant that those characters were gay, he basically said "sure, why not" -- he had never actually been able to come up with a reason for it.



* A rather startlingly large example with ''Series/DawsonsCreek'': [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Dawson and Joey]] were originally supposed to be the OfficialCouple who ended up together long-term, with Pacey as merely a funny RecklessSidekick. However, Joey and Pacey eventually became the FanPreferredCouple to a strong degree, and as a result, they end up together in the series finale.
* In ''Series/DesperateHousewives'' season five finale Mike gets married to a woman, whose identity isn't revealed. The woman was supposed to be [[spoiler:Katherine]], but because of insisting fans plans were remade and [[spoiler:Susan]] became the bride.

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* A rather startlingly large major example with ''Series/DawsonsCreek'': [[ChildhoodFriendRomance Dawson and Joey]] were originally supposed to be the OfficialCouple who ended up together long-term, with Pacey as merely a funny RecklessSidekick. However, Joey and Pacey eventually became the FanPreferredCouple to a strong degree, and as a result, they end up together in the series finale.
* In the ''Series/DesperateHousewives'' season five finale finale, Mike gets married to a woman, woman whose identity isn't revealed. The woman was supposed to be [[spoiler:Katherine]], but because of insisting fans insistent fans, plans were remade redrawn and [[spoiler:Susan]] became the bride.



** The Season 6B theory first came into wide circulation via the nonfiction book called ''The Discontinuity Guide'' written by fans-turned-pros Creator/PaulCornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. The BBC would later adapted into a episode guide on their official website. The theory argued that the Second Doctor continued adventuring in some capacity after he was captured by the Time Lords but before he regenerated at the end of Season 6.The theory was used to plug up continuity holes in some multi-Doctor stories, has been used in [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse ''Doctor Who'' Expanded Universe]] stories such as the novel ''World Game'' by Creator/TerranceDicks, which takes entirely during this phase of the Doctor's life.

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** The Season 6B theory first came into wide circulation via the nonfiction book called ''The Discontinuity Guide'' written by fans-turned-pros Creator/PaulCornell, Martin Day and Keith Topping. The BBC would later adapted adapt this into a an episode guide on their official website. The theory argued that the Second Doctor continued adventuring in some capacity after he was captured by the Time Lords but before he regenerated at the end of Season 6.The theory was used to plug up continuity holes in some multi-Doctor stories, has been used in [[Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse ''Doctor Who'' Expanded Universe]] stories such as the novel ''World Game'' by Creator/TerranceDicks, which takes entirely during this phase of the Doctor's life.



** Moffat had earlier ascended into canonicity, in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], his theory that the reason why the Doctor refuses to give his true name to ''anyone'', even to his companions, the people he loves and trusts most in the whole universe, is because there is a dark secret behind it that he can ''never'' share. [[spoiler: This later became a plotline at the end of Series 6, when its revealed that the reason Silence are so eager to kill the Doctor is to prevent the Question being answered; the oldest Question in the universe, hidden in plain sight... "Doctor ''Who?!''"]].

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** Moffat had earlier ascended into canonicity, in [[Recap/DoctorWhoS28E4TheGirlInTheFireplace "The Girl in the Fireplace"]], his theory that the reason why the Doctor refuses to give his true name to ''anyone'', even to his companions, the people he loves and trusts most in the whole universe, is because there is a dark secret behind it that he can ''never'' share. [[spoiler: This later became a plotline at the end of Series 6, when its it's revealed that the reason Silence are so eager to kill the Doctor is to prevent the Question being answered; the oldest Question in the universe, hidden in plain sight... "Doctor ''Who?!''"]].



** The resurrection of [[spoiler: Jon Snow in Season 6. Fans of the novels considered this would happen in the novels ever since ''A Dance with Dragons'' ,pointing out to hints of Jon Snow being Azor Ahai, the R+L=J theory, Melisandre's presence in Castle Black, and the resurrections of Beric Dondarrion at the hand of Thoros of Myr, who is a red priest like Melisandre.]]

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** The resurrection of [[spoiler: Jon [[spoiler:Jon Snow in Season 6. Fans of the novels considered this would happen in the novels ever since ''A Dance with Dragons'' ,pointing out Dragons'', pointing to hints of Jon Snow being Azor Ahai, the R+L=J theory, Melisandre's presence in Castle Black, and the resurrections of Beric Dondarrion at the hand of Thoros of Myr, who is a red priest like Melisandre.]]



** Santana and Brittany's RelationshipUpgrade, which started out as a Fanon theory before proceeding to inside joke for the fandom and then to a full-blown storyline.

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** Santana and Brittany's RelationshipUpgrade, which started out as a Fanon fanon theory before proceeding to becoming an inside joke for the fandom and then to a full-blown storyline.



* The city the North American half of ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' takes place in was officially named Seacouver after fans began using the name to refer to the previously unnamed city.

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* The city where the North American half of ''Series/{{Highlander}}'' takes place in was officially named Seacouver after fans began using the name to refer to the previously unnamed city.



* In a host segment of the ''Film/JungleGoddess'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode, Joel introduces the bots as Jackie Gleason did with his fellow cast members at the end of every episode of The Honeymooners, prompting him to introduce Crow as "Art Crow!" (a reference to Art Carney). A child fan of the show missed the reference and sent Best Brains a drawing of the cast labelling Crow as "Art" under the impression that that was his actual name. The letter was shown on the show and ever since Crow was occasionally called "Art" (usually by Pearl Forrester) as a RunningGag.

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* In a host segment of the ''Film/JungleGoddess'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' episode, Joel introduces the bots as Jackie Gleason did with his fellow cast members at the end of every episode of The Honeymooners, TheHoneymooners, prompting him to introduce Crow as "Art Crow!" (a reference to Art Carney). A child fan of the show missed the reference and sent Best Brains a drawing of the cast labelling Crow as "Art" under the impression that that was his actual name. The letter was shown on the show and ever since Crow was occasionally called "Art" (usually by Pearl Forrester) as a RunningGag.



** Fanfiction had been shipping Mulan and Aurora, due to the amount of LesYay in their episodes. A few months later it was revealed that Mulan actually is in love with Aurora (though the latter doesn't know and is HappilyMarried to Philip).

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** Fanfiction had been shipping Mulan and Aurora, Aurora due to the amount of LesYay in their episodes. A few months later it was revealed that Mulan actually is in love with Aurora (though the latter doesn't know and is HappilyMarried to Philip).



* In the original ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' games, those who got bored of the normal gameplay eventually started completing the missions in the default suit, with "Silent Assassin, Suit only" being often the hardest way to complete a level. ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' made completing a mission without changing the default outfit a challenge in most missions. Not only did the "suit only" challenge return in ''VideoGame/Hitman2016'' , the developers also made "Silent assassin, Suit Only" a challenge.

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* In the original ''VideoGame/{{Hitman}}'' games, those who got bored of the normal gameplay eventually started completing the missions in the default suit, with "Silent Assassin, Suit only" being often the hardest way to complete a level. ''VideoGame/HitmanAbsolution'' made completing a mission without changing the default outfit a challenge in most missions. Not only did the "suit only" challenge return in ''VideoGame/Hitman2016'' , ''VideoGame/Hitman2016'', the developers also made "Silent assassin, Suit Only" a challenge.



'''AH:''' ... How about if I introduce 10,000 new trolls? Watch this.\\

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'''AH:''' ... How about if I introduce 10,000 new trolls? Watch this.\\



* Due being built up as a an unstoppable god of destruction (as well as a few other similarities), fans believed that Dumplin from Creator/TeamFourStar's LetsPlay of ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' was actually a young [[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged Mr. Popo]]. Lanipator confirmed that this was the case in the 32nd episode.

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* Due to his being built up as a an unstoppable god of destruction (as well as a few other similarities), fans believed that Dumplin from Creator/TeamFourStar's LetsPlay of ''VideoGame/DragonballXenoverse'' was actually a young [[WebVideo/DragonBallZAbridged Mr. Popo]]. Lanipator confirmed that this was the case in the 32nd episode.



* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'': Upon his introduction into the show early in season 2, fans took note of Captain Rex's resemblance to one of the members of the Rebel strike team in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' and decided that was him. When he heard about the theory, Creator/DaveFiloni took a liking to it -- and at Celebration 2017, designs for a new outfit Rex was getting in season 4 were revealed that bore a strong resemblance to the clothing of that rebel soldier . . .

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarWarsRebels'': Upon his introduction into the show early in season 2, fans took note of Captain Rex's resemblance to one of the members of the Rebel strike team in ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi'' and decided that was him. When he heard about the theory, Creator/DaveFiloni took a liking to it -- and at Celebration 2017, designs for a new outfit Rex was getting in season 4 were revealed that bore a strong resemblance to the clothing of that rebel soldier . . .soldier...
8th Oct '17 9:14:11 AM SirSyowatt
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** In many fanfics May "Stormer" Phillips is the TokenReligiousTeammate of her group. She's either Christian or treated as a [[NiceJewishBoy Nice Jewish Girl]]. WordOfGod (Sophie Campbell, who redesigned the characters) is that Stormer is half-Israeli, though it's never mentioned if she's Jewish or not.

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** In many fanfics May Mary "Stormer" Phillips is the TokenReligiousTeammate of her group. She's either Christian or treated as a [[NiceJewishBoy Nice Jewish Girl]]. WordOfGod (Sophie Campbell, who redesigned the characters) is that Stormer is half-Israeli, though it's never mentioned if she's Jewish or not.
6th Oct '17 7:43:56 AM comicwriter
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* In ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, Guile's military buddy and mentor was originally known by two names: "Nash" in the Japanese versions and "Charlie" in the overseas versions. [[{{Fanon}} Many fans]], however, liked to render his full name as Charlie Nash (most likely influenced by the live-action ''Film/StreetFighter'' film, where Charlie and Blanka were combined into one character named Carlos "Charlie" Blanka), a full name which was even adapted into UDON's comic adaptation. In ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', the designers apparently decided to just go with this as Guile can be seen looking at a dog tag that reads "Charlie Nash" (which was likely done to avoid drawing two different versions of the same scene).

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* In ''Franchise/StreetFighter'' series, ''Franchise/StreetFighter'':
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Guile's military buddy and mentor was originally known by two names: "Nash" in the Japanese versions and "Charlie" in the overseas versions. [[{{Fanon}} Many fans]], however, liked to render his full name as Charlie Nash (most likely influenced by the live-action ''Film/StreetFighter'' film, where Charlie and Blanka were combined into one character named Carlos "Charlie" Blanka), a full name which was even adapted into UDON's comic adaptation. In ''VideoGame/StreetFighterIV'', the designers apparently decided to just go with this as Guile can be seen looking at a dog tag that reads "Charlie Nash" (which was likely done to avoid drawing two different versions of the same scene).scene).
** After ''VideoGame/StreetFighterV'' introduced a shirtless, bearded alternate costume for Ryu, the internet fell in love and [[FanNickname dubbed]] the design "Hot Ryu." When Storm Collectibles produced an action figure of Ryu in that outfit for their ''Street Fighter'' line, they officially named it Hot Ryu.
24th Sep '17 4:00:15 AM DaibhidC
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* A [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3556 guest comic]] in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' riffs on the idea that smelling different kinds of tea give Bubbles visions of different mythological equines, by showing Assam tea giving her a vision of a heavily sexualised unicorn-Faye. A couple of months later, [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3575 a canon strip]] has robot police officer Basilisk embarrassed by buying Assam, and even more so when Emily (a human) says "Assam smells like a ''sexy unicorn man'' to me! Isn't that weird?" While it's not canon that Bubbbles has tried Assam, the effects apparently 'are''.

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* A [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3556 guest comic]] in ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' riffs on the idea that smelling different kinds of tea give Bubbles visions of different mythological equines, by showing Assam tea giving her a vision of a heavily sexualised unicorn-Faye. A couple of months later, [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3575 a canon strip]] has robot police officer Basilisk embarrassed by buying Assam, and even more so when Emily (a human) says "Assam smells like a ''sexy unicorn man'' to me! Isn't that weird?" While it's not canon that Bubbbles has tried Assam, the effects apparently 'are''.''are''.
24th Sep '17 3:58:58 AM DaibhidC
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* A guest comic in ''QuestionableComment'' riffs on the idea that smelling different kinds of tea give Bubbles visions of different mythological equines, by showing Assam tea giving her a vision of a heavily sexualised unicorn-Faye. A couple of months later, a canon storyline has robot police officer Basilisk embarrassed by her fondness for Assam, and even more so when Emily (a human) says "Assam smells like a ''sexy unicorn man'' to me! Isn't that weird?" While it's not canon that Bubbbles has tried Assam, the effects apparently 'are''.

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* A [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3556 guest comic comic]] in ''QuestionableComment'' ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' riffs on the idea that smelling different kinds of tea give Bubbles visions of different mythological equines, by showing Assam tea giving her a vision of a heavily sexualised unicorn-Faye. A couple of months later, [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=3575 a canon storyline strip]] has robot police officer Basilisk embarrassed by her fondness for buying Assam, and even more so when Emily (a human) says "Assam smells like a ''sexy unicorn man'' to me! Isn't that weird?" While it's not canon that Bubbbles has tried Assam, the effects apparently 'are''.
24th Sep '17 3:57:39 AM DaibhidC
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* A guest comic in ''QuestionableComment'' riffs on the idea that smelling different kinds of tea give Bubbles visions of different mythological equines, by showing Assam tea giving her a vision of a heavily sexualised unicorn-Faye. A couple of months later, a canon storyline has robot police officer Basilisk embarrassed by her fondness for Assam, and even more so when Emily (a human) says "Assam smells like a ''sexy unicorn man'' to me! Isn't that weird?" While it's not canon that Bubbbles has tried Assam, the effects apparently 'are''.
21st Sep '17 5:29:03 AM jormis29
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** Kamek, the Magikoopa master, has been retroactively established as being in some of the games that featured a Magikoopa since his first appearance in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland''. ''VideoGame/YoshisSafari'' featured an unnamed Magikoopa as a boss; now he's Kamek's first official appearance. Some appearances by a singular Magikoopa have also been considered Kamek appearances: the Magikoopa who teaches Bowser how to use his abilities and cares for the injured Koopa King in ''VideoGame/BowsersInsideStory''; the Magikoopa who blasted Mario away from Peach's Castle in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' ([[http://www.mariowiki.com/images/9/9b/KamekTradingCard.PNG confirmed by an official trading card]]); the Magikoopa who was going to be in ''VideoGame/MarioKart64'' but was replaced by Donkey Kong; and a Magikoopa who informed Kammy Koopa of Peach's abduction in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor''. The Magikoopa the party fights in Bowser's Keep in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' was intended to be Kamek, which is made more clear by his Japanese Psychopath message, which reads "The baby from that time!?"[[note]]He's called Kamezard in the Japanese version of the game.[[/note]]

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** Kamek, the Magikoopa master, has been retroactively established as being in some of the games that featured a Magikoopa since his first appearance in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioWorld2YoshisIsland''. ''VideoGame/YoshisSafari'' featured an unnamed Magikoopa as a boss; now he's Kamek's first official appearance. Some appearances by a singular Magikoopa have also been considered Kamek appearances: the Magikoopa who teaches Bowser how to use his abilities and cares for the injured Koopa King in ''VideoGame/BowsersInsideStory''; ''[[VideoGame/MarioAndLuigiBowsersInsideStory Bowser's Inside Story]]''; the Magikoopa who blasted Mario away from Peach's Castle in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioGalaxy'' ([[http://www.mariowiki.com/images/9/9b/KamekTradingCard.PNG confirmed by an official trading card]]); the Magikoopa who was going to be in ''VideoGame/MarioKart64'' but was replaced by Donkey Kong; and a Magikoopa who informed Kammy Koopa of Peach's abduction in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor''. The Magikoopa the party fights in Bowser's Keep in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioRPG'' was intended to be Kamek, which is made more clear by his Japanese Psychopath message, which reads "The baby from that time!?"[[note]]He's called Kamezard in the Japanese version of the game.[[/note]]
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