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31st Mar '16 2:49:47 AM Pichu-kun
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* Whenever Ash appears in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' flashbacks he is an [[{{keet}} excitable]] FriendToAllLivingThings and an all-around NiceGuy. This is ignoring his personality in the ''Original Series'' (Kanto and Johto) where he had more IdiotHero, had more aggressive traits, and was stubborn. It was his CharacterDevelopment that transformed him into a more gentle character by Sinnoh.

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* Whenever Ash appears in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' flashbacks he is an [[{{keet}} excitable]] FriendToAllLivingThings and an all-around NiceGuy. This is ignoring his personality in the ''Original Series'' (Kanto and Johto) where he had was more of an IdiotHero, had more aggressive traits, and was stubborn. It was his CharacterDevelopment that transformed him into a more gentle character by Sinnoh.



* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the ''Soul'' series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first ''Tekken'', Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the ''Soul'' series is set. Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and assuming their name, allowing the cursed katana to accept them as their rightful wielder. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.

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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the ''Soul'' series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first ''Tekken'', Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the ''Soul'' series is set. Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and assuming their name, allowing the cursed katana to accept them as their rightful wielder. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.
31st Mar '16 2:48:55 AM Pichu-kun
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* Whenever Ash appears in ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' flashbacks he is an [[{{keet}} excitable]] FriendToAllLivingThings and an all-around NiceGuy. This is ignoring his personality in the ''Original Series'' (Kanto and Johto) where he had more IdiotHero, had more aggressive traits, and was stubborn. It was his CharacterDevelopment that transformed him into a more gentle character by Sinnoh.









* In ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', they show a picture of Jean-Luc Picard when he was young, and for some reason, he was bald, despite the fact that his balding had everything to do with his age, as previously shown in the show. This also makes the villain quite baffling. However, Creator/PatrickStewart himself really ''had'' lost his hair by this age, really muddling things.
** One handwave that swims dangerously close to being a VoodooShark is the fact that both the picture and Shinzon have stubble, indicating both the young Picard and his clone shaved their heads on purpose. Other flashback Picards with hair had just let it grow back.

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* In ''Film/StarTrekNemesis'', they show a picture of Jean-Luc Picard when he was young, and for some reason, he was bald, despite the fact that his balding had everything to do with his age, as previously shown in the show. This also makes the villain quite baffling. However, Creator/PatrickStewart himself really ''had'' lost his hair by this age, really muddling things.
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things. One handwave that swims dangerously close to being a VoodooShark is the fact that both the picture and Shinzon have stubble, indicating both the young Picard and his clone shaved their heads on purpose. Other flashback Picards with hair had just let it grow back.



* In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', there are numerous cutscenes which show one of the characters fifty years ago. Throughout the game, he acquires numerous bits of equipment, and the items you've got are visible on his character model even in the flashback cutscenes.
** The first ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' game has a flashback to ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD Sonic CD]]'', where Amy lacks her signature uniform. They apparently didn't feel like making another model for a few seconds worth of footage.
** A very minor instance occurs with Classic Tails and Classic Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', in which they are voiced by their current incarnations' actors. This isn't too much of a Backported Development considering they never spoke in the old games at all, but it does mean that throughout his life, Eggman went from sounding like Mike Pollock to sounding like Deem Bristow... and then back to sounding like Mike Pollock again.
*** This is a justified example, however, due to Bristow passing away almost five years prior.
* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the ''Soul'' series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first ''Tekken'', Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the ''Soul'' series is set.
** Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and assuming their name, allowing the cursed katana to accept them as their rightful wielder. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.

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* ''Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog'':
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In ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2'', there are numerous cutscenes which show one of the characters fifty years ago. Throughout the game, he acquires numerous bits of equipment, and the items you've got are visible on his character model even in the flashback cutscenes.
** The first ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure'' game has a flashback to ''[[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehogCD Sonic CD]]'', where Amy lacks uses her signature uniform.modern design. They apparently didn't feel like making another model for a few seconds worth of footage.
** A very minor instance occurs with Classic Tails and Classic Dr. Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik in ''VideoGame/SonicGenerations'', in which they are voiced by their current incarnations' actors. This isn't too much of a Backported Development considering they never spoke in the old games at all, but it does mean that throughout his life, Eggman went from sounding like Mike Pollock to sounding like Deem Bristow... and then back to sounding like Mike Pollock again.
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again. This is a justified example, however, due to Bristow passing away almost five years prior.
* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the ''Soul'' series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first ''Tekken'', Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the ''Soul'' series is set. \n** Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and assuming their name, allowing the cursed katana to accept them as their rightful wielder. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.



* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' changes the design on many items such as the elevators and the Material Emancipation Grills, yet when you return to destroyed areas from the first game they are fitted with the new design. Visiting "Old Aperture" later on reveals that these new designs were apparently in use in test chambers from decades before the first game took place.
** The devs specifically avoided this with the [[spoiler:original, burn-marked but intact CompanionCube]], though.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Portal 2}}'' changes the design on many items such as the elevators and the Material Emancipation Grills, yet when you return to destroyed areas from the first game they are fitted with the new design. Visiting "Old Aperture" later on reveals that these new designs were apparently in use in test chambers from decades before the first game took place.
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place. The devs specifically avoided this with the [[spoiler:original, burn-marked but intact CompanionCube]], though.
27th Mar '16 8:21:21 PM X2X
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** Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and [[YourSoulIsMine absorbing their soul into the blade]]. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.

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** Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and [[YourSoulIsMine absorbing assuming their soul into name, allowing the blade]].cursed katana to accept them as their rightful wielder. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.
27th Mar '16 8:02:06 PM X2X
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Sometimes, [[CharacterDevelopment characters develop over the course of a show]]. And sometimes, [[FlashBack shows will present new scenes from earlier time periods]]. And sometimes, characters in a flashback will exhibit character unlike the way they acted before the time the flashback is occuring.

For example, when [[AliceAndBob Bob]] started on the show in 1991 he was characterized as a JerkAss, but became a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in 1993, and then just became a nice guy by 1995, but is shown in a recent flashback to 1990 to have been a nice guy in 1990, with no explanation/extenuating circumstances.

Usually, this happens unintentionally due to {{Flanderization}} and CharacterizationMarchesOn, often due to the too many flashbacks to track characterization in an ExpansionPackPast. This might be used to RetCon an existing flashback, maybe because it also had to be reshot since it was a FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin. If you not only pick up your old characterization but also your old visual style, it's a RetrauxFlashback.

Trope name comes from "backporting", a concept in software development where features from a new codebase are imported to an older branch of development.

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Sometimes, [[CharacterDevelopment characters develop over the course of a show]]. And sometimes, [[FlashBack [[{{Flashback}} shows will present new scenes from earlier time periods]]. And sometimes, characters in a flashback will exhibit character unlike the way they acted before the time the flashback is occuring.

For example, when [[AliceAndBob Bob]] started on the show in 1991 he was characterized as a JerkAss, {{Jerkass}}, but became a JerkWithAHeartOfGold in 1993, and then just became a nice guy by 1995, but is shown in a recent flashback to 1990 to have been a nice guy in 1990, with no explanation/extenuating circumstances.

Usually, this happens unintentionally due to {{Flanderization}} and CharacterizationMarchesOn, often due to the too many flashbacks to track characterization in an ExpansionPackPast. This might be used to RetCon {{Retcon}} an existing flashback, maybe because it also had to be reshot since it was a FlashbackWithTheOtherDarrin. If you not only pick up your old characterization but also your old visual style, it's a RetrauxFlashback.

Trope name comes from "backporting", "backporting," a concept in software development where features from a new codebase are imported to an older branch of development.



* ''MyNameIsEarl'' had this twice, both with heavy lampshades. Two flashbacks saw Earl being the good guy despite the show's entire premise being he was an awful person until he "discovered" Karma. One featured Earl saving Joy from a killer bee while his [[TheAce cousin]] cowered in a tent, and the other was his [[RetCon reasoning]] for [[AuthorsSavingThrow raising two kids who were not his own]]. Both were described as the only good thing he did before he made the list.

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* ''MyNameIsEarl'' ''Series/MyNameIsEarl'' had this twice, both with heavy lampshades. Two flashbacks saw Earl being the good guy despite the show's entire premise being he was an awful person until he "discovered" Karma. One featured Earl saving Joy from a killer bee while his [[TheAce cousin]] cowered in a tent, and the other was his [[RetCon [[{{Retcon}} reasoning]] for [[AuthorsSavingThrow raising two kids who were not his own]]. Both were described as the only good thing he did before he made the list.



* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' - In the flashback episode "The Staircase Implementation," Sheldon acts like his current, flanderized self instead of his more socially conscious earlier persona, despite the fact that the episode takes place four years before the series begins.

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* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' - ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'': In the flashback episode "The Staircase Implementation," Sheldon acts like his current, flanderized self instead of his more socially conscious earlier persona, despite the fact that the episode takes place four years before the series begins.



* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series is set.
* Averted in ''VideoGame/CrisisCore: VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', where despite having undergone {{Flanderization}} in sequels and spinoffs, Cloud acts really close to his original characterisation (or at least as close as you'd reasonably expect considering how much younger he is). Aeris also returns to being [[PluckyGirl bossy and intelligent]] rather than being IncorruptiblePurePureness and Yuffie goes back to being sneaky, sarcastic and manipulative rather than a goofy GenkiGirl.

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* ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Soulcalibur: Broken Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series ''Soul'' series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, ''Tekken'', Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series ''Soul'' series is set.
** Justified by the fact that the Yoshimitsu in both series are [[LegacyCharacter separate individuals bearing the same name]]. As theorized for years and finally confirmed in ''Soulcalibur V'' (which included a "Yoshimitsu the Second," the successor to the Yoshimitsu in the preceding four games), the leader of the Manji clan is whomever has ownership of a particular sword, also named Yoshimitsu, which is earned by [[KlingonPromotion defeating the previous Yoshimitsu in a]] DuelToTheDeath and [[YourSoulIsMine absorbing their soul into the blade]]. The new Yoshimitsu then adopts the mannerisms, fighting style, and identity of their predecessor, [[LegacyImmortality thus continuing on the folk legend of Yoshimitsu]]. Beyond this, Yoshimitsu's design almost always changes between games (''[[DreamMatchGame Tekken Tag Tournament]]'' is the only exception to date, reusing his ''T3'' attire), and quite drastically. Even in his ''Soulcalibur'' appearances, where he conforms to a samurai-influenced aesthetic, does Yoshimitsu look wildly different between games.
* Averted in ''VideoGame/CrisisCore: VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'', where despite having undergone {{Flanderization}} in sequels and spinoffs, spin-offs, Cloud [[CharacterRerailment acts really close to his original characterisation characterisation]] (or at least as close as you'd reasonably expect considering how much younger he is). Aeris Aerith also returns to being [[PluckyGirl bossy and intelligent]] rather than being IncorruptiblePurePureness and Yuffie goes back to being sneaky, sarcastic and manipulative rather than a goofy GenkiGirl.



** The devs specifically avoided this with the [[spoiler:original, burn-marked but intact CompanionCube though.]]

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** The devs specifically avoided this with the [[spoiler:original, burn-marked but intact CompanionCube CompanionCube]], though.]]



* This happens in ''MSPaintMasterpieces'', where Ferretvision and current strips contradict eachother. In this case, though, it's a conscious retcon.

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* This happens in ''MSPaintMasterpieces'', ''Webcomic/MSPaintMasterpieces'', where Ferretvision and current strips contradict eachother.each other. In this case, though, it's a conscious retcon.
24th Mar '16 1:18:06 PM Willbyr
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Sometimes, [[CharacterDevelopment characters develop over the course of a show]].
And sometimes, [[FlashBack shows will present new scenes from earlier time periods]].
And sometimes, characters in a flashback will exhibit character unlike the way they acted before the time the flashback is occuring.

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Sometimes, [[CharacterDevelopment characters develop over the course of a show]].
show]]. And sometimes, [[FlashBack shows will present new scenes from earlier time periods]].
periods]]. And sometimes, characters in a flashback will exhibit character unlike the way they acted before the time the flashback is occuring.









* In ''OnePiece'' we have Luffy, the straw hat wearing hero. He got the hat, which is his NumberOneDime, as a 7-year-old. At the start of the series, where he is 17, this caused a problem for him because the hat would often fall off in battles so that he would have to make another person hold it for him. After the Alabasta arc, he gets a string strap for it so that he can have it hanging from his neck while fighting which gives him much more flexibility (probably because he was very close at losing the hat in the Alabasta arc). Some time later, we get a flashback to when he was 7 years old, and suddenly, it appears that he already had the string strap back then.

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* In ''OnePiece'' ''Manga/OnePiece'' we have Luffy, the straw hat wearing hero. He got the hat, which is his NumberOneDime, as a 7-year-old. At the start of the series, where he is 17, this caused a problem for him because the hat would often fall off in battles so that he would have to make another person hold it for him. After the Alabasta arc, he gets a string strap for it so that he can have it hanging from his neck while fighting which gives him much more flexibility (probably because he was very close at losing the hat in the Alabasta arc). Some time later, we get a flashback to when he was 7 years old, and suddenly, it appears that he already had the string strap back then.



** One handwave that swims dangerously close to being a VoodooShark is the fact that both the picture and Shinzon have stubble, indicating both the young picard and his clone shaved their heads on purpose. Other flashback Picards with hair had just let it grow back.

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** One handwave that swims dangerously close to being a VoodooShark is the fact that both the picture and Shinzon have stubble, indicating both the young picard Picard and his clone shaved their heads on purpose. Other flashback Picards with hair had just let it grow back.
8th Feb '16 12:57:10 PM DalekExterminer
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*''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' - In the flashback episode "The Staircase Implementation," Sheldon acts like his current, flanderized self instead of his more socially conscious earlier persona, despite the fact that the episode takes place four years before the series begins.
4th Feb '16 6:15:14 PM Waddle
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* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny]]'s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series is set.

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* [[VideoGame/SoulSeries ''[[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny]]'s Destiny]]''[='=]s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series is set.
6th Jan '16 8:22:59 PM nombretomado
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* [[SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny]]'s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his {{Tekken}} 6 appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series is set.

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* [[SoulSeries [[VideoGame/SoulSeries Soul Calibur: Broken Destiny]]'s version of Yoshimitsu strongly resembles his {{Tekken}} 6 ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}} 6'' appearance, where he looks like an alien rather than a samurai which is what he's supposed to be in the Soul Series (it takes place centuries earlier). In the first Tekken, Yoshimitsu looks more like a knight, which is more consistent with how he would have looked when the Soul Series is set.
5th Nov '15 9:38:11 AM Russ_W
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* '' Highlander the Series'': In the pilot, it is stated that Duncan has remained "out of the Game" for over a century. Later, throughout the series he is depicted in flashbacks defending himself from other Immortals and taking heads throughout said century.

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* '' Highlander ''Series/{{Highlander the Series'': Series}}'': In the pilot, it is stated that Duncan has remained "out of the Game" for over a century. Later, throughout the series he is depicted in flashbacks defending himself from other Immortals and taking heads throughout said century.
5th Nov '15 9:36:43 AM Russ_W
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* '' Highlander the Series'': In the pilot, it is stated that Duncan has remained "out of the Game" for over a century. Later, throughout the series he is depicted in flashbacks defending himself from other Immortals and taking heads throughout said century.
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