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26th Jan '16 4:09:38 AM matteste
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* In the vein of plot-important fake books is ''In-Laqetti'', of Persona2 fame. A composition of [[SoYouWantTo/WriteAConspiracyTheory patchwork conspiracy]] including aliens, Mayans, and [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Master-D himself]], which would apparently cause the [[EarthShatteringKaboom world to go bye-de-bye]]. Thanks to a bit of [[WordsCanBreakMyBones kotodama]] and extreme Wikiality, things start coming true.
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* In the vein of plot-important fake books is ''In-Laqetti'', of Persona2 ''VideoGame/{{Persona 2}}'' fame. A composition of [[SoYouWantTo/WriteAConspiracyTheory patchwork conspiracy]] including aliens, Mayans, and [[UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler Master-D himself]], which would apparently cause the [[EarthShatteringKaboom world to go bye-de-bye]]. Thanks to a bit of [[WordsCanBreakMyBones kotodama]] and extreme Wikiality, things start coming true.
23rd Jan '16 3:59:03 AM StarTropes
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** There's also the Federation Charter, their version of the Constitution. And several texts at Starfleet Academy.
19th Dec '15 5:29:35 PM nombretomado
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** Marvel Comics in the Marve Universe are more or less accurate re-tellings of character's adventures with names changed to protect secret identities. In SheHulk, it is explained that the comics code is in charge of making sure they are factually accurate and "approving" comics that can be used as legal accounts of events.
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** Marvel Comics in the Marve Universe are more or less accurate re-tellings of character's adventures with names changed to protect secret identities. In SheHulk, ComicBook/SheHulk, it is explained that the comics code is in charge of making sure they are factually accurate and "approving" comics that can be used as legal accounts of events.
18th Dec '15 10:39:26 PM nombretomado
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* The ''Emigre Document'' of ShadowHearts, seemingly based on the untranslatable ''Voynich Manuscript'' carries in it all manner of [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique dangerous knowlege]] including resurrection. That part always fails in the most catastrophic ways possible, usually summoning soulless abominations from your loved ones corpse to devour them and you as well. [[spoiler:Except for two recorded times. And in the first example, the corpse couldn't take the stress and dissolved before the process finished.]]
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* The ''Emigre Document'' of ShadowHearts, ''VideoGame/ShadowHearts'', seemingly based on the untranslatable ''Voynich Manuscript'' carries in it all manner of [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique dangerous knowlege]] including resurrection. That part always fails in the most catastrophic ways possible, usually summoning soulless abominations from your loved ones corpse to devour them and you as well. [[spoiler:Except for two recorded times. And in the first example, the corpse couldn't take the stress and dissolved before the process finished.]]
15th Dec '15 7:47:26 PM FF32
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* [[WebOriginal/SCPFoundation SCP-701]], otherwise known as "[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-701 The Hanged King's Tragedy]]". It's a fictional play around since 1640, the plot of which is described [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp7011640b1 here]]. It being an SCP item, performing the play runs the risk of incredibly bloody and graphic events unfolding. Also, [[ParanoiaFuel copies are still in circulation and are occasionally found under different titles]].
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* [[WebOriginal/SCPFoundation [[Wiki/SCPFoundation SCP-701]], otherwise known as "[[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp-701 The Hanged King's Tragedy]]". It's a fictional play around since 1640, the plot of which is described [[http://www.scp-wiki.net/scp7011640b1 here]]. It being an SCP item, performing the play runs the risk of incredibly bloody and graphic events unfolding. Also, [[ParanoiaFuel copies are still in circulation and are occasionally found under different titles]].
1st Oct '15 4:43:57 PM eroock
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** No real details about the book are ever given, but the Coen brother's 2000 film of the same name fits the supposed saga nicely in plot and details.
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** No real details about the book are ever given, but the Coen brother's 2000 film [[Film/OBrotherWhereArtThou of the same name name]] fits the supposed saga nicely in plot and details.
30th Sep '15 6:55:05 PM Tuol
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* The ''Manga/PandoraHearts'' fanfic ''Fanfic/BeyondTheWindingRoad'' [[DiscussedTrope discusses]] has these in a bonus chapter that reads like a history podcast, covering the events of the manga from the eyes of future historians. The extended version of the podcast in Advance IV notes that much of the information historians have about the Dukedoms before and after the Revolution of 1901 comes from newspapers, journals, letters, and diary entries. A photographic version of this trope is the ''Lamontre Fils'' Photograph (the tea party photograph from the manga), which contains the last known images of many of Sable's aristocracy before their mysterious deaths and includes the unexplained image of the late Oz Vessalius, someone who'd been declared dead ten years before the photograph was taken. Naturally these documents are a source of great mystery to historians and conspiracy theorists.
27th Sep '15 10:47:13 AM Morgenthaler
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* How could anyone forget the great Depression Era novel ''O Brother Where Art Thou'' by Sinclair Beckstein, as cited by director John Sullivan in the 1941 ''SullivansTravels''?
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* How could anyone forget the great Depression Era novel ''O Brother Where Art Thou'' by Sinclair Beckstein, as cited by director John Sullivan in the 1941 ''SullivansTravels''?''Film/SullivansTravels''?

* In ''FindingForrester'', SeanConnery's eponymous character's reputation is entirely based on his only novel, ''Flying to Avalon''.
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* In ''FindingForrester'', ''Film/FindingForrester'', SeanConnery's eponymous character's reputation is entirely based on his only novel, ''Flying to Avalon''.
5th Aug '15 5:54:52 AM LondonKdS
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has the book ''Mind Games'' by Jay T Doggzone, which contains '''very bad''' advice for men on relationships and attracting women, and is generally believed to be a parody of the real-world Pick-Up Artist subculture.
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has the book ''Mind Games'' by Jay T Doggzone, which contains '''very bad''' advice for men on relationships and attracting women, and is generally believed to be a parody of Neil Strauss's '''The Game'', which describes and discusses the teachings of the real-world Pick-Up Artist subculture.
5th Aug '15 5:53:36 AM LondonKdS
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* ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' has the book ''Mind Games'' by Jay T Doggzone, which contains '''very bad''' advice for men on relationships and attracting women, and is generally believed to be a parody of the real-world Pick-Up Artist subculture.
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