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18th Apr '18 12:26:10 AM PaulA
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* In Creator/JohnMasefield's adult adventure stories that begin with ''Literature/SardHarker'' and his children's adventure stories that begin with ''Literature/TheMidnightFolk'' feature several related families (as well as the fictional land of Santa Barbara, which appears or is mentioned in both). Sard Harker, the hero of the former, and Kay Harker, the hero of the latter, are presumably related (though the precise connection is not explicitly stated), with both Harkers coming from nautical families and living in the neighborhood of the titled Crowmarsh family. Abner Brown, the villain of the Kay Harker series, first appears as a henchman to the villain of ''Sard Harker''.
7th Apr '18 6:43:00 PM Orca
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* The core series Franchise/{{Pokemon}} games set in different regions (except for Kanto and Jotho, which are paired due to the former being fully available in the latter's games) traditionally share very few characters, but there are exceptions:
** The main character from the Kanto games, Red, and his rival, Blue, not only appear as the strongest trainer in the game and a gym leader, respectively, in the Jotho-games, but also as bosses of the battle tree in the Alola-games.

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* The core series Franchise/{{Pokemon}} games set in different regions (except for Kanto and Jotho, Johto, which are paired due to the former being fully available in the latter's games) traditionally share very few characters, but there are exceptions:
** The main character from the Kanto games, Red, and his rival, Blue, not only appear as the strongest trainer in the game and a gym leader, respectively, in the Jotho-games, Generation II, but also as bosses of the battle tree in the Alola-games.Generation VII's Alola region.



** Professor Oak from the Kanto games does not only appear in the Jotho games, but also has a brief cameo in the Sinnoh games. Also, his cousin is introduced in the Alola-games.
** The gym leader Jasmin from Jotho appears briefly in the Sinnoh games.
** In return, Sinnoh's champion Cynthia appears in the remakes of the Jotho-games if you take Arceus to the ruins of Alph.
** Hoenn's champion Steven Stone also appears in the remakes of the Jotho-games.

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** Professor Oak from the Kanto games does not doesn't only appear in the Jotho games, Generation II, but also has a brief cameo in the Sinnoh games. Generation IV. Also, his cousin is introduced in the Alola-games.
Alola.
** The gym leader Jasmin from Jotho Johto appears briefly in the Sinnoh games.
Sinnoh.
** In return, Sinnoh's champion Cynthia appears in the Generation IV remakes of the Jotho-games Gold and Silver if you take Arceus to the ruins of Alph.
** Hoenn's champion
Alph. Steven Stone from Generation III's Hoenn region also appears in the remakes of the Jotho-games.makes an appearance.



** Caitlin first appears as the head of the battle castle in the battle frontier of Pokémon Platinum (set in Sinnoh) and the Jotho remakes. She later reappears as elite four member in the Unova-games.
** Since his introduction in the Sinnoh-games, international police member Looker reappeared in every main series game, including the remakes.
** Frontier brain Anabel from Pokémon Emerald, set in Hoenn, later reappears as Lookers colleague in the Alola-games.
** Professor Burnet from the Unova-games' spinoff Pokémon Dream Radar reappears in the Alola-games and is revealed to be married to Alola's Professor Kukui.

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** Caitlin first appears as the head of the battle castle in the battle frontier of Pokémon Platinum (set in Sinnoh) and the Jotho Johto remakes. She later reappears as elite four member in the Unova-games.
** Since his introduction in the Sinnoh-games, Sinnoh, international police member Looker reappeared in every main series game, including the remakes.
** Frontier brain Anabel from Pokémon Emerald, set in Hoenn, later reappears as Lookers colleague in the Alola-games.
Alola.
** Professor Burnet from the Unova-games' spinoff Pokémon Dream Radar reappears in the Alola-games Generation VII and is revealed to be married to Alola's Professor Kukui.
29th Mar '18 8:56:58 PM nombretomado
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* [[BonusBoss Gabrielle Celeste and the Ethereal Queen]] appear in all the ''Franchise/StarOcean'' and ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'' games (made by Creator/TriAce). In addition, Lenneth and Freya from ''[=VP1=]'' appear in ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime''; Puffy appears in every ''Star Ocean'' installment up to ''[[VideoGame/StarOceanTheLastHope The Last Hope]]''; [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Ruddle/Raddle]] the Traveler appears in all five main ''Star Ocean'' games; Dirna Hamilton and Solon Solute from ''[=SO3=]'' appear in ''[[VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria VP2]]''; and Welch from ''[=SO3=]'' appears in the remakes of ''[=SO1=]'' and ''[=SO2=]'' as well as ''[=SO4=]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarOceanIntegrityAndFaithlessness SO5]]'' after, plus the mobile RPG ''Anamnesis''.

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* [[BonusBoss Gabrielle Celeste and the Ethereal Queen]] appear in all the ''Franchise/StarOcean'' ''VideoGame/StarOcean'' and ''VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile'' games (made by Creator/TriAce). In addition, Lenneth and Freya from ''[=VP1=]'' appear in ''VideoGame/StarOceanTillTheEndOfTime''; Puffy appears in every ''Star Ocean'' installment up to ''[[VideoGame/StarOceanTheLastHope The Last Hope]]''; [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Ruddle/Raddle]] the Traveler appears in all five main ''Star Ocean'' games; Dirna Hamilton and Solon Solute from ''[=SO3=]'' appear in ''[[VideoGame/ValkyrieProfile2Silmeria VP2]]''; and Welch from ''[=SO3=]'' appears in the remakes of ''[=SO1=]'' and ''[=SO2=]'' as well as ''[=SO4=]'' and ''[[VideoGame/StarOceanIntegrityAndFaithlessness SO5]]'' after, plus the mobile RPG ''Anamnesis''.
26th Mar '18 4:14:06 PM DragonRanger
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** Nearly every movie in Phase One has an appearance by either Nick Fury or Agent Coulson. The exception is ''The Incredible Hulk'', where Tony Stark represents S.H.I.E.L.D. in their place.

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** Nearly every movie in Phase One has an appearance by either Nick Fury or Fury, Agent Coulson. Coulson, or both. The exception is ''The Incredible Hulk'', ''Film/TheIncredibleHulk'', where Tony Stark represents S.H.I.E.L.D. in their place. Both Fury and Coulson also show up in ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'', after both had been absent from the films for several years.



** A major scene in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' involves the arms dealer Ulysses Klaue, who will later carry over into ''Film/BlackPanther''. This was a whole year before Black Panther himself was introduced in ''Civil War'', and almost three before the ''Black Panther'' movie itself.

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** A major scene in ''Film/AvengersAgeOfUltron'' involves the arms dealer Ulysses Klaue, who will later carry carried over into ''Film/BlackPanther''. This was a whole year before Black Panther himself was introduced in ''Civil War'', and almost three before the ''Black Panther'' movie itself.



** While ''Captain America: Civil War'' is meant from the start to be a crossover movie, the appearance of ''Hulk'' character General (now Secretary) Ross is notable because it's been eight years since his last appearance and because he appears when the Hulk himself does not.
** Tony Stark, Happy Hogan, and [[spoiler:Pepper Potts]] appear in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', since Tony is mentoring Peter in this continuity. Captain America also appears in government-made school [=PSAs=].

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** While ''Captain America: Civil War'' is meant from the start to be a crossover movie, the appearance of ''Hulk'' character General (now Secretary) Thaddeus Ross is notable because it's been eight years since his last appearance and because he appears when the Hulk himself does not.
not. It also has surprisingly heavy involvement by ''Black Panther'' characters like T'Challa, T'Chaka, and Everett Ross; a good two years before ''Film/BlackPanther'' came out.
** Tony Stark, Happy Hogan, and [[spoiler:Pepper Potts]] appear in ''Film/SpiderManHomecoming'', since Tony is mentoring Peter in this continuity. Captain America also appears in government-made school [=PSAs=].[=PSAs=] as a RunningGag.


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** In addition to Fury and Coulson, ''Film/CaptainMarvel2019'' also has Ronan the Accuser and Korath the Pursuer from ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy''.
23rd Mar '18 8:42:19 AM EbrithilBowser
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** Hoenn's champion Steven Stone also appears in the remakes of the Jotho-games.
23rd Mar '18 2:26:19 AM EbrithilBowser
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* The core series Pokémon games set in different regions (except for Kanto and Jotho, which are paired due to the former being fully available in the latter's games) traditionally share very few characters, but there are exceptions:

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* The core series Pokémon Franchise/{{Pokemon}} games set in different regions (except for Kanto and Jotho, which are paired due to the former being fully available in the latter's games) traditionally share very few characters, but there are exceptions:



** The Pokémon World Tournament from the Unova-games Black2 and White2 contains a Champions Torunament, featuring all champions from all generations up to this one, including the aforementioned Red, and serveral Leaders Tournaments, featuring all gym leaders from a specific region or, in the case of the World Leaders Torunament and the Rental Master Tournament, all regions.

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** The Pokémon World Tournament from the Unova-games Black2 and White2 VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2 contains a Champions Torunament, featuring all champions from all generations up to this one, including the aforementioned Red, and serveral Leaders Tournaments, featuring all gym leaders from a specific region or, in the case of the World Leaders Torunament and the Rental Master Tournament, all regions.
23rd Mar '18 2:24:22 AM EbrithilBowser
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* The core series Pokémon games set in different regions (except for Kanto and Jotho, which are paired due to the former being fully available in the latter's games) traditionally share very few characters, but there are exceptions:
** The main character from the Kanto games, Red, and his rival, Blue, not only appear as the strongest trainer in the game and a gym leader, respectively, in the Jotho-games, but also as bosses of the battle tree in the Alola-games.
** The Pokémon World Tournament from the Unova-games Black2 and White2 contains a Champions Torunament, featuring all champions from all generations up to this one, including the aforementioned Red, and serveral Leaders Tournaments, featuring all gym leaders from a specific region or, in the case of the World Leaders Torunament and the Rental Master Tournament, all regions.
** Professor Oak from the Kanto games does not only appear in the Jotho games, but also has a brief cameo in the Sinnoh games. Also, his cousin is introduced in the Alola-games.
** The gym leader Jasmin from Jotho appears briefly in the Sinnoh games.
** In return, Sinnoh's champion Cynthia appears in the remakes of the Jotho-games if you take Arceus to the ruins of Alph.
** In both the Kanto remakes and the original Hoenn games, it is mentioned that gym leader Brawly from Hoenn and elite four member Bruno from Kanto used to train together in Kanto before Brawly moved to Hoenn.
** Caitlin first appears as the head of the battle castle in the battle frontier of Pokémon Platinum (set in Sinnoh) and the Jotho remakes. She later reappears as elite four member in the Unova-games.
**Since his introduction in the Sinnoh-games, international police member Looker reappeared in every main series game, including the remakes.
**Frontier brain Anabel from Pokémon Emerald, set in Hoenn, later reappears as Lookers colleague in the Alola-games.
**Professor Burnet from the Unova-games' spinoff Pokémon Dream Radar reappears in the Alola-games and is revealed to be married to Alola's Professor Kukui.
24th Jan '18 10:12:15 AM sauronlulz
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* Because the authors of the two webcomics are friends, Lucy Marlowe of ''Webomic/NeverSatisfied'' made an EarlyBirdCameo in ''Webcomic/RiversideExtras''. In turn, RE characters Ophelia, Derry, and Ma Oceana later made cameos in NS.
25th Nov '17 9:57:16 AM DragonRanger
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** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' has the Hulk as a guest star, and Doctor Strange also shows up to help.

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** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'' has is effectively a Thor/Hulk crossover, as both feature in the Hulk as a guest star, movie and it draws from comic storylines of both characters. Doctor Strange also shows up to help.appears for a scene.



*** Claire Temple serves a similar role that Coulson once did in the movies, appearing in a supporting role in all the various shows.

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*** Claire Temple serves a similar role that Coulson once did in the movies, appearing in a supporting role in all the various shows.shows (except for ''The Punisher'').



*** Frank Castle was a major character in Season 2 of ''Daredevil'' before being spun off into [[Series/ThePunisher2017 his own show]]. Karen Page, Mitchell Ellison and Brett Mahoney also follow Frank into ''The Punisher''.


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*** Frank Castle was a major character in Season 2 of ''Daredevil'' before being spun off into [[Series/ThePunisher2017 his own show]]. Karen Page, Mitchell Ellison and Brett Mahoney also follow Frank into ''The Punisher''. Claire would have been included as well, but the writers couldn't figure out a good way for her to get involved.
22nd Nov '17 7:30:52 AM lenne18
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* Many of [[Creator/MochiAuLait Mochi]]'s series and one-shot works have characters, places, and settings that overlap, indicating that they're all in the same fictional universe.
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