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17th Jul '17 6:51:04 PM m622
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* ''Series/Whodunnit'' Has this in its premise as its a TenLittleVictims Scenario With TheMole "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next VictimOfTheWeek .

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* ''Series/Whodunnit'' ''Series/{{Whodunnit}}'' Has this in its premise as its a TenLittleVictims TenLittleMurderVictims Scenario With TheMole "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next VictimOfTheWeek .VictimOfTheWeek.
17th Jul '17 6:49:29 PM m622
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* ''Series/Whodunnit?'' Has this in its premise as its a [[TenLittleVictims]] Scenario With [[TheMole]] "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next [[VictimOfTheWeek]] .

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* ''Series/Whodunnit?'' ''Series/Whodunnit'' Has this in its premise as its a [[TenLittleVictims]] TenLittleVictims Scenario With [[TheMole]] TheMole "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next [[VictimOfTheWeek]] .VictimOfTheWeek .
17th Jul '17 6:46:55 PM m622
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* ''Series/{{Whodunnit?}}'' Has this in its premise as its a [[TenLittleVictims]] Scenario With [[TheMole]] "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next [[VictimOfTheWeek]] .

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* ''Series/{{Whodunnit?}}'' ''Series/Whodunnit?'' Has this in its premise as its a [[TenLittleVictims]] Scenario With [[TheMole]] "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next [[VictimOfTheWeek]] .
17th Jul '17 6:46:09 PM m622
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* ''Series/{{Whodunnit?}}'' Has this in its premise as its a [[TenLittleVictims]] Scenario With [[TheMole]] "Murdering" last weeks eliminated contestant in a way that the contestants have to solve, with the worst being the next [[VictimOfTheWeek]] .
8th Jul '17 10:47:07 AM Ajoura
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* Geer'AH from ''VideoGame/{{Vangers}}'' hosts a ritual sports festival, which is not shown, but described in lush, juicy details. Participators are usually Valorins (aka Heroines), energetic and violent [[StarfishAliens beeboorats]] originating from Ogorod [[ElaborateUndergroundBase escave]]. Nearly all those games feature said guys killing themselves in twisted ways. The most interesting part here is that [[spoiler: you can [[NonStandardGameOver end up as a participant of those games]]. Just try and bring GeerAH something he does not like, more than one time, and you'll be sure to regret]].

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* Geer'AH from ''VideoGame/{{Vangers}}'' hosts a ritual sports festival, which is not shown, but described in lush, juicy details. Participators are usually Valorins (aka Heroines), energetic and violent [[StarfishAliens beeboorats]] originating from Ogorod [[ElaborateUndergroundBase escave]]. Nearly all those games feature said guys killing themselves in twisted ways. The most interesting part here is that [[spoiler: you can [[NonStandardGameOver end up as a participant of those games]]. Just try and bring GeerAH Geer'AH something he does not like, more than one time, and you'll be sure to regret]].
8th Jul '17 10:46:43 AM Ajoura
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* GeerAH from ''VideoGame/Vangers'' hosts a ritual sports festival, which is not shown, but described in lush, juicy details. Participators are usually Valorins (aka Heroines), energetic and violent [[StarfishAliens beeboorats]] originating from Ogorod [[ElaborateUndergroundBase escave]]. Nearly all those games feature said guys killing themselves in twisted ways: for example, one of the disciplines descriped, "The Blimps", include beeboorats eating a lot of local fruit so that they bloat like balloons, and then they jump from a high place on long sharp spikes. The resulting "rumble of the Blimps" is supposed to fill the hearts of the viewers with glory and vigor. The most interesting part here is that [[spoiler: you can [[NonStandardGameOver end up as a participant of those games]]. Just try and bring GeerAH something he does not like, more than one time, and you'll be sure to regret]].

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* GeerAH Geer'AH from ''VideoGame/Vangers'' ''VideoGame/{{Vangers}}'' hosts a ritual sports festival, which is not shown, but described in lush, juicy details. Participators are usually Valorins (aka Heroines), energetic and violent [[StarfishAliens beeboorats]] originating from Ogorod [[ElaborateUndergroundBase escave]]. Nearly all those games feature said guys killing themselves in twisted ways: for example, one of the disciplines descriped, "The Blimps", include beeboorats eating a lot of local fruit so that they bloat like balloons, and then they jump from a high place on long sharp spikes. The resulting "rumble of the Blimps" is supposed to fill the hearts of the viewers with glory and vigor.ways. The most interesting part here is that [[spoiler: you can [[NonStandardGameOver end up as a participant of those games]]. Just try and bring GeerAH something he does not like, more than one time, and you'll be sure to regret]].
8th Jul '17 10:44:38 AM Ajoura
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* GeerAH from ''VideoGame/Vangers'' hosts a ritual sports festival, which is not shown, but described in lush, juicy details. Participators are usually Valorins (aka Heroines), energetic and violent [[StarfishAliens beeboorats]] originating from Ogorod [[ElaborateUndergroundBase escave]]. Nearly all those games feature said guys killing themselves in twisted ways: for example, one of the disciplines descriped, "The Blimps", include beeboorats eating a lot of local fruit so that they bloat like balloons, and then they jump from a high place on long sharp spikes. The resulting "rumble of the Blimps" is supposed to fill the hearts of the viewers with glory and vigor. The most interesting part here is that [[spoiler: you can [[NonStandardGameOver end up as a participant of those games]]. Just try and bring GeerAH something he does not like, more than one time, and you'll be sure to regret]].
9th May '17 2:02:49 PM ThePest179
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** The basic plot is more or less similar to ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' (but it's a coincidence, as the author only learned of the Japanese one as she delivered it to the publisher). And the Games are televised and popularized and seen as big entertainment by the public, whereas in ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' it's a secretive program to suppress the nation's youth. ACTUALLY, it is NOT a coincidence. The similarities are all too similar. There's really no way she could have written something so similar without having been aware of Battle Royale. Not only are the kids drafted to kill each other, but, in the English manga the Battle Royale Program is televised and civilians bet on who will win which is incredibly similar to how the Hunger Games are televised and have viewer-input. It's a 'one-survivor' only game which threatens to kill them all should they refuse to kill each other, and in at least the movie version of Battle Royale there is a mentor dynamic such as that seen with the teenagers chosen for the Hunger Games. We even have two characters in the film VOLUNTEER for the program which is similar to how Katniss volunteered as tribute. Both programs are also started as an effort to quell rebellion and allow authoritarian power to rule through fear. The author totally ripped it off, but unlike Takami - author of Battle Royale - she was too selfish to actually admit that she was inspired by the works of another choosing to say that she came up with the idea all on her own after watching a nature documentary. Complete bs.

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** The basic plot is more or less similar to ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' (but it's a coincidence, as the author only learned of the Japanese one as she delivered it to the publisher). And the Games are televised and popularized and seen as big entertainment by the public, whereas in ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' it's a secretive program to suppress the nation's youth. ACTUALLY, it is NOT a coincidence. The similarities are all too similar. There's really no way she could have written something so similar without having been aware of Battle Royale. Not only are the kids drafted to kill each other, but, in the English manga the Battle Royale Program is televised and civilians bet on who will win which is incredibly similar to how the Hunger Games are televised and have viewer-input. It's a 'one-survivor' only game which threatens to kill them all should they refuse to kill each other, and in at least the movie version of Battle Royale there is a mentor dynamic such as that seen with the teenagers chosen for the Hunger Games. We even have two characters in the film VOLUNTEER for the program which is similar to how Katniss volunteered as tribute. Both programs are also started as an effort to quell rebellion and allow authoritarian power to rule through fear. The author totally ripped it off, but unlike Takami - author of Battle Royale - she was too selfish to actually admit that she was inspired by the works of another choosing to say that she came up with the idea all on her own after watching a nature documentary. Complete bs.
7th May '17 12:49:04 AM DavidFuckingHoke
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** The basic plot is more or less similar to ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' (but it's a coincidence, as the author only learned of the Japanese one as she delivered it to the publisher). And the Games are televised and popularized and seen as big entertainment by the public, whereas in ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' it's a secretive program to suppress the nation's youth.
ACTUALLY, it is NOT a coincidence. The similarities are all too similar. There's really no way she could have written something so similar without having been aware of Battle Royale. Not only are the kids drafted to kill each other, but, in the English manga the Battle Royale Program is televised and civilians bet on who will win which is incredibly similar to how the Hunger Games are televised and have viewer-input. It's a 'one-survivor' only game which threatens to kill them all should they refuse to kill each other, and in at least the movie version of Battle Royale there is a mentor dynamic such as that seen with the teenagers chosen for the Hunger Games. We even have two characters in the film VOLUNTEER for the program which is similar to how Katniss volunteered as tribute. The author totally ripped it off, but unlike Takami - author of Battle Royale - she was too selfish to actually admit that she was inspired by the works of another choosing to say that she came up with the idea all on her own after watching a nature documentary. Complete bs.

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** The basic plot is more or less similar to ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' (but it's a coincidence, as the author only learned of the Japanese one as she delivered it to the publisher). And the Games are televised and popularized and seen as big entertainment by the public, whereas in ''Literature/BattleRoyale'' it's a secretive program to suppress the nation's youth.
youth. ACTUALLY, it is NOT a coincidence. The similarities are all too similar. There's really no way she could have written something so similar without having been aware of Battle Royale. Not only are the kids drafted to kill each other, but, in the English manga the Battle Royale Program is televised and civilians bet on who will win which is incredibly similar to how the Hunger Games are televised and have viewer-input. It's a 'one-survivor' only game which threatens to kill them all should they refuse to kill each other, and in at least the movie version of Battle Royale there is a mentor dynamic such as that seen with the teenagers chosen for the Hunger Games. We even have two characters in the film VOLUNTEER for the program which is similar to how Katniss volunteered as tribute. Both programs are also started as an effort to quell rebellion and allow authoritarian power to rule through fear. The author totally ripped it off, but unlike Takami - author of Battle Royale - she was too selfish to actually admit that she was inspired by the works of another choosing to say that she came up with the idea all on her own after watching a nature documentary. Complete bs.
7th May '17 12:47:02 AM DavidFuckingHoke
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ACTUALLY, it is NOT a coincidence. The similarities are all too similar. There's really no way she could have written something so similar without having been aware of Battle Royale. Not only are the kids drafted to kill each other, but, in the English manga the Battle Royale Program is televised and civilians bet on who will win which is incredibly similar to how the Hunger Games are televised and have viewer-input. It's a 'one-survivor' only game which threatens to kill them all should they refuse to kill each other, and in at least the movie version of Battle Royale there is a mentor dynamic such as that seen with the teenagers chosen for the Hunger Games. We even have two characters in the film VOLUNTEER for the program which is similar to how Katniss volunteered as tribute. The author totally ripped it off, but unlike Takami - author of Battle Royale - she was too selfish to actually admit that she was inspired by the works of another choosing to say that she came up with the idea all on her own after watching a nature documentary. Complete bs.
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