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17th Nov '17 9:24:49 AM Omeganian
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* In the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' canon, Moloch replaced Lilith as the ruler of the Sixth Circle, and later was himself replaced by Malagard, the Hag Countess, an adviser who recommended that he defy Asmodeus to his face. ''TabletopGame/TheGatesOfHell'' fan supplement instead has Lilith as triune so that she can serve the role of the Hag Countess.
11th Oct '17 1:23:39 PM DaibhidC
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* In Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer's Wold Newton family, he sometimes does this to tie characters together. Most notably, the Duke of Holdernesse and his illigitimate son James Wilder, from the Literature/SherlockHolmes story "The Adventure of the Priory Road School", are combined with John Clayton, Earl of Greystoke and Clark Savage Sr, to make {{Tarzan}} and Franchise/DocSavage cousins. It is also a standard part of Wold Newton lore than [=MacReady=] from ''Literature/WhoGoesThere'' is Savage and Professor Dyer from ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'' is his associate Johnny Littlejohn. The composition of [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea Captain Nemo]] with [[Literature/SherlockHolmes Professor Moriarty]] has proved more controversial among Wodian scholars, despite it being a key point in Farmer's ''Other Log of Phineas Fogg''.

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* In Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer's Wold Newton family, he sometimes does this to tie characters together. Most notably, the Duke of Holdernesse and his illigitimate son James Wilder, from the Literature/SherlockHolmes story "The Adventure of the Priory Road School", are combined with John Clayton, Earl of Greystoke and Clark Savage Sr, to make {{Tarzan}} and Franchise/DocSavage cousins. It is also a standard part of Wold Newton lore than [=MacReady=] from ''Literature/WhoGoesThere'' is Savage and Professor William Dyer from ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'' is his associate Johnny William "Johnny" Littlejohn. The composition of [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea Captain Nemo]] with [[Literature/SherlockHolmes Professor Moriarty]] has proved more controversial among Wodian Woldian scholars, despite it being a key point in Farmer's ''Other Log of Phineas Fogg''.
11th Oct '17 1:20:38 PM DaibhidC
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* In Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer's Wold Newton family, he sometimes does this to tie characters together. Most notably, the Duke of Holdernesse and his illigitimate son James Wilder, from the Literature/SherlockHolmes story "The Adventure of the Priory Road School", are combined with John Clayton, Earl of Greystoke and Clark Savage Sr, to make {{Tarzan}} and Franchise/DocSavage cousins.

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* In Creator/PhilipJoseFarmer's Wold Newton family, he sometimes does this to tie characters together. Most notably, the Duke of Holdernesse and his illigitimate son James Wilder, from the Literature/SherlockHolmes story "The Adventure of the Priory Road School", are combined with John Clayton, Earl of Greystoke and Clark Savage Sr, to make {{Tarzan}} and Franchise/DocSavage cousins. It is also a standard part of Wold Newton lore than [=MacReady=] from ''Literature/WhoGoesThere'' is Savage and Professor Dyer from ''Literature/AtTheMountainsOfMadness'' is his associate Johnny Littlejohn. The composition of [[Literature/TwentyThousandLeaguesUnderTheSea Captain Nemo]] with [[Literature/SherlockHolmes Professor Moriarty]] has proved more controversial among Wodian scholars, despite it being a key point in Farmer's ''Other Log of Phineas Fogg''.
1st Oct '17 10:27:24 AM JamesAustin
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* Wrestling/TrishStratus started out as something of a hodgepodge of [[Characters/WWEDivas Sunny]] (hot manager of a TagTeam that stood no chance of getting over), Wrestling/{{Sable}} as a heel (only about a couple of weeks into her run and she was ''already'' talking about suing for sexual harassment and she'd barely ''done'' anything yet) and Wrestling/TerriRunnels' more heelish tendencies.

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* Wrestling/TrishStratus started out as something of a hodgepodge of [[Characters/WWEDivas [[Wrestling/TammyLynnSytch Sunny]] (hot manager of a TagTeam that stood no chance of getting over), Wrestling/{{Sable}} as a heel (only about a couple of weeks into her run and she was ''already'' talking about suing for sexual harassment and she'd barely ''done'' anything yet) and Wrestling/TerriRunnels' more heelish tendencies.
29th Aug '17 7:03:52 PM thecarolinabull01
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* Wrestling/TrishStratus started out as something of a hodgepodge of [[Characters/WWEDivas Sunny]] (hot manager of a TagTeam that stood no chance of getting over), Wrestling/{{Sable}} as a heel (only about a couple of weeks into her run and she was ''already'' talking about suing for sexual harassment and she'd barely ''done'' anything yet) and [[Characters/WWEDivas Terri Runnels]]' more heelish tendencies.

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* Wrestling/TrishStratus started out as something of a hodgepodge of [[Characters/WWEDivas Sunny]] (hot manager of a TagTeam that stood no chance of getting over), Wrestling/{{Sable}} as a heel (only about a couple of weeks into her run and she was ''already'' talking about suing for sexual harassment and she'd barely ''done'' anything yet) and [[Characters/WWEDivas Terri Runnels]]' Wrestling/TerriRunnels' more heelish tendencies.
18th Aug '17 9:34:18 PM Pamina
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* The character of Thuy in ''Theatre/MissSaigon'' is a composite of two characters in ''Theatre/MadameButterfly'': Cio-Cio-San's uncle the Bonze, who disrupts her wedding to denounce her for [[ConvertingForLove converting to Christianity]], and Yamadori, a rich man whose marriage proposal she rejects in Act II. He also gains {{Adaptational Villainy}} and [[spoiler: {{Death By Adaptation}}]].
14th Jul '17 5:07:10 PM nanakiro
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** The BigBadWolf that appears in these sorts of stories will combine aspects of the ones from ''TheThreeLittlePigs'', ''LittleRedRidingHood'', ''TheBoyWhoCriedWolf'', and other stories featuring a wolf as the antagonist. Some even combine the Wolf's role in ''Little Red Riding Hood'' with the role of the woodcutter, her own family, or even Little Red herself.

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** The BigBadWolf that appears in these sorts of stories will combine aspects of the ones from ''TheThreeLittlePigs'', ''LittleRedRidingHood'', ''TheBoyWhoCriedWolf'', and other stories featuring a wolf as the antagonist. Some even combine the Wolf's role in ''Little Red Riding Hood'' with the role of the woodcutter, her own family, or even Little Red [[EnfantTerrible Little]] [[FilleFatale Red]] herself.
14th Jul '17 5:04:35 PM nanakiro
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** The BigBadWolf that appears in these sorts of stories will combine aspects of the ones from ''TheThreeLittlePigs'', ''LittleRedRidingHood'', ''TheBoyWhoCriedWolf'', and other stories featuring a wold as the antagonist. Some even combine the Wolf's role in ''Little Red Riding Hood'' with the role of the woodcutter, her own family, or even Little Red herself.

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** The BigBadWolf that appears in these sorts of stories will combine aspects of the ones from ''TheThreeLittlePigs'', ''LittleRedRidingHood'', ''TheBoyWhoCriedWolf'', and other stories featuring a wold wolf as the antagonist. Some even combine the Wolf's role in ''Little Red Riding Hood'' with the role of the woodcutter, her own family, or even Little Red herself.
14th Jul '17 5:03:21 PM nanakiro
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* In a Main/FairyTale crossover, the title characters of ''Literature/SnowWhite'' and ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed'' are commonly depicted as the same person. Their names are slightly different in the original German, and while the more famous one is a princess with a WickedStepmother ([[EvilMatriarch or mother]]), the latter is from a poor but far more functional family. (Also, they're explicitly described as a brunette and a blonde, respectively.)

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* In a In Main/FairyTale crossover, the crossovers:
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title characters of ''Literature/SnowWhite'' and ''Literature/SnowWhiteAndRoseRed'' are commonly depicted as the same person. Their names are slightly different in the original German, and while the more famous one is a princess with a WickedStepmother ([[EvilMatriarch or mother]]), the latter is from a poor but far more functional family. (Also, they're explicitly described as a brunette and a blonde, respectively.) )
** The BigBadWolf that appears in these sorts of stories will combine aspects of the ones from ''TheThreeLittlePigs'', ''LittleRedRidingHood'', ''TheBoyWhoCriedWolf'', and other stories featuring a wold as the antagonist. Some even combine the Wolf's role in ''Little Red Riding Hood'' with the role of the woodcutter, her own family, or even Little Red herself.
21st May '17 12:25:15 PM SpinAttaxx
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* ''Franchise/{{Transformers}}:

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