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24th May '16 10:55:39 PM Plactus
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* The original tutorial zones for ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' and ''City of Villains'' were called Outbreak and Breakout, respectively.
22nd May '16 6:44:53 AM Silverblade2
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** Season four episode "Oathkeeper" and season 6 episode "Oathbreaker".

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** Season four episode "Oathkeeper" and season 6 six episode "Oathbreaker".
22nd May '16 6:39:51 AM Silverblade2
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* The season two finale of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is titled "Valar Morghulis". The season three opener is called "Valar Dohaeris". "Valar Morghulis" has since been translated as "all men must die"; "Valar Dohaeris" is apparently the traditional response (Melisandre and Thoros use it at their meeting), but has not yet been translated. The season one premiere is entitled "Winter is Coming", the house words of the Starks. The season one finale is "Fire and Blood", the house words of the Targaryens. And two episodes in season three are "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" and "The Rains of Castamere"; these are the two most popular songs in Westeros and both have been sung on-screen.

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* The ''Series/GameOfThrones''
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season two finale of ''Series/GameOfThrones'' is titled "Valar Morghulis". The season three opener is called "Valar Dohaeris". "Valar Morghulis" has since been translated as "all men must die"; "Valar Dohaeris" is apparently the traditional response (Melisandre and Thoros use it at their meeting), but has not yet been translated. translated.
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The season one premiere is entitled "Winter is Coming", the house words of the Starks. The season one finale is "Fire and Blood", the house words of the Targaryens. And two Targaryens.
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episodes in season three are "The Bear and the Maiden Fair" and "The Rains of Castamere"; these are the two most popular songs in Westeros and both have been sung on-screen.on-screen.
** Season four episode "Oathkeeper" and season 6 episode "Oathbreaker".
19th May '16 10:54:15 AM harveytwh
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* ''VideoGame/{{Braid}}'' has a few repetitions (The Pit, Hunt!, Lair, There and Back Again) of level names, a few with question marks in later levels (Phase and Phase?, The Pit and The Pit?), and two paired sets (Movement by Degrees and Movement, Amplified; Fickle Companion and Fragile Companion), all of whose names are meant to tie the levels together and offer occasional hints to train the player.
* Many level names in ''VideoGame/ChipsChallenge'' build on each other or use sequel naming and synonyms, but the best example by far would be Totally Fair and Totally Unfair ([[spoiler: the latter is solved exactly the same as the former, but the tooth monster in the maze must be manipulated without the player's ability to see it]]).
18th May '16 2:06:39 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''NightCourt'' had a series of episodes all hinging on the conceit that the docket must be cleared by midnight: "A Day in the Life," "Another Day in the Life," "Yet Another Day in the Life," and "Still Another Day in the Life."

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* ''NightCourt'' ''Series/NightCourt'' had a series of episodes all hinging on the conceit that the docket must be cleared by midnight: "A Day in the Life," "Another Day in the Life," "Yet Another Day in the Life," and "Still Another Day in the Life."
16th May '16 1:42:45 PM DaibhidC
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** "Sound Reasoning" has Lien conclude their attacker is "someone new, not connected to Xykon". Three strips later is "Sound, But In This Case Inaccurate" where we see [[spoiler: the attacker is working with Redcloak and the Monster in the Darkness]].
11th Apr '16 12:21:41 PM Silverblade2
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* The DC crossovers ''ComicBook/BlackestNight'' and ''ComicBook/BrightestDay'' which both reference the Green Lantern oath.
15th Mar '16 10:03:18 AM DaibhidC
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*The sequence of ''Webcomic/QuestionableContent'' strips in which Faye discusses her dad's suicide and its effect on her were "The Talk" Parts 1-10. The much later strip where she compares her own situation to his is "The Talk II: Talk Harder".
1st Feb '16 6:11:29 AM Stinkoman87
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* ''Music/{{Gorillaz}}'' songs "Film/DirtyHarry" and "Creator/ClintEastwood".

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* ''Music/{{Gorillaz}}'' songs "Film/DirtyHarry" and "Creator/ClintEastwood". Also "Every Planet We Reach is Dead" versus "O Green World," and "Tomorrow Comes Today" versus "El Manana."
20th Jan '16 10:08:21 PM PaulA
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* Only one of Creator/IainMBanks' [[Literature/TheCulture Culture]] novels is a direct sequel to another: ''Literature/LookToWindward'', which follows ''Literature/ConsiderPhlebas''. Both titles are taken from a single sentence in Creator/TSEliot's ''Literature/TheWasteland''.
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