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26th Nov '17 3:52:26 AM jormis29
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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' was supposed to end with ''The Jungle Movie'', which would have seen Arnold and Helga admit their true feelings for each other, and would have seen Arnold finding his parents, but the show was cancelled and the movie was put on the back-burner. However, creator Craig Bartlett has revealed bits and pieces of the finale's intended plot, and the fanfic community has responded in kind. With Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} confirming that they ''would'' be producing it as a TV movie over a decade later, the fans are curious as to how similar their takes on the story will be to the final film.

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* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' was supposed to end with ''The Jungle Movie'', which would have seen Arnold and Helga admit their true feelings for each other, and would have seen Arnold finding his parents, but the show was cancelled and the movie was put on the back-burner. However, creator Craig Bartlett has revealed bits and pieces of the finale's intended plot, and the fanfic community has responded in kind. With Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} confirming that they ''would'' be producing it as [[WesternAnimation/HeyArnoldTheJungleMovie a TV movie over a decade later, later]], the fans are curious as to how similar their takes on the story will be to the final film.
21st Nov '17 10:03:36 PM LadyNorbert
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* Franchise/{{Ben 10}} has plenty of AllThereInTheManual informations on its background, including official bios for each alien form used by Ben, providing info about these aliens' species, planets and for some of them cultures, with only a few of them having been actually explored in the various entries. This leaves plenty of materials for fans to create their own alien [=OCs=] or develop futher the various planets. In addition, Ben is stated to have access to more than one million aliens on the Omnitrix, leaving a huge gap for fans to fill with their own fan-made aliens.

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* Franchise/{{Ben 10}} ''Franchise/{{Ben 10}}'' has plenty of AllThereInTheManual informations on its background, including official bios for each alien form used by Ben, providing info about these aliens' species, planets and for some of them cultures, with only a few of them having been actually explored in the various entries. This leaves plenty of materials for fans to create their own alien [=OCs=] or develop futher the various planets. In addition, Ben is stated to have access to more than one million aliens on the Omnitrix, leaving a huge gap for fans to fill with their own fan-made aliens.



** [[spoiler:What the peacock miraculous is doing in Gabriel Agreste's safe? Fans speculated that either him or his wife used to be the holder- and their costumes are often represented.]]

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** [[spoiler:What the peacock miraculous is doing in Gabriel Agreste's safe? Fans speculated speculate that either him he or his wife used to be the holder- holder, and their costumes are often represented.]]
11th Nov '17 9:12:33 PM Dattix
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* In ''VideoGame/{{Cuphead}}'', what the contracts the various bosses made with the Devil granted them (which are only implied in-game) and the events leading up to making those [[DealWithTheDevil deals with the Devil]] has become a fertile source of fan fics.
27th Oct '17 2:53:01 PM fruitstripegum
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* The basic premise of ''Manga/DailyLifeWithMonsterGirl'' is that the government revealed the existence of monsters to the world and created cultural exchange programs, with some humans being sent to live with monsters and monsters being sent to live with humans. As a result, several fan stories revolve around an OriginalCharacter (maybe more) receiving several monsters and having to adjust to life with their new housemates.
23rd Oct '17 11:24:58 AM xcountryguy
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** BackStory: L's/Mello's/Near's/B's/Matt's [[DarkAndTroubledPast Dark And Troubled]] MysteriousPast. What does Wammy's House do and why was it built? / Light's career as a [[KidHero teen detective]] and/or [[ForWantOfANail what would happen if Light didn't find the notebook]] or [[WhatIf what would happen if]] [[spoiler: Light didn't get his memories back.]]

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** BackStory: L's/Mello's/Near's/B's/Matt's [[DarkAndTroubledPast Dark And Troubled]] MysteriousPast. What does Wammy's House do and why was it built? / Light's career as a [[KidHero teen detective]] and/or [[ForWantOfANail what would happen if Light didn't find the notebook]] or [[WhatIf what would happen if]] [[spoiler: Light [[spoiler:Light didn't get his memories back.]]



** There's also Jadeite's [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] fate. When Beryl pulled a YouHaveFailedMe, she sentenced him to [[spoiler:"Eternal Sleep." No, that's not a dub edit.]] Such a thing seems to ''scream'' "dramatic return someday down the line," especially as it turns out that people in this series [[spoiler: can actually die, so no death stand-in or euphemism is needed if he was truly intended to be dead]]. So the series has a 200-episode (plus an OVA or two) run and ends with no such dramatic return, well, it kinda seemed like an oversight, and fans have been correcting it ever since. He's not even that remarkable a villain and doesn't get much in the way of CharacterDevelopment; it just feels so ''wrong'' when ChekhovsGun doesn't get fired. On the other hand, the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] Jadeite is pretty definitely dead.

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** There's also Jadeite's [[Anime/SailorMoon anime]] fate. When Beryl pulled a YouHaveFailedMe, she sentenced him to [[spoiler:"Eternal Sleep." No, that's not a dub edit.]] Such a thing seems to ''scream'' "dramatic return someday down the line," especially as it turns out that people in this series [[spoiler: can [[spoiler:can actually die, so no death stand-in or euphemism is needed if he was truly intended to be dead]]. So the series has a 200-episode (plus an OVA or two) run and ends with no such dramatic return, well, it kinda seemed like an oversight, and fans have been correcting it ever since. He's not even that remarkable a villain and doesn't get much in the way of CharacterDevelopment; it just feels so ''wrong'' when ChekhovsGun doesn't get fired. On the other hand, the [[Manga/SailorMoon manga]] Jadeite is pretty definitely dead.



* ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. [[spoiler: [[AndTheAdventureContinues Non-ending?]]]]. Check. Not resolving any ships at all? Check. Mysterious characters? Check. Massive potential for crossovers with just the feather as the price? Check. Tsubasa is made of this trope, now, if only [[YaoiFangirls the fan fiction writers]] [[AlternateUniverseFic would use it.....]]

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* ''Manga/TsubasaReservoirChronicle''. [[spoiler: [[AndTheAdventureContinues [[spoiler:[[AndTheAdventureContinues Non-ending?]]]]. Check. Not resolving any ships at all? Check. Mysterious characters? Check. Massive potential for crossovers with just the feather as the price? Check. Tsubasa is made of this trope, now, if only [[YaoiFangirls the fan fiction writers]] [[AlternateUniverseFic would use it.....]]



** ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheMovieRebellion'': WordOfGod is that they wanted the viewers to imagine their own sequel to the movie. The movie's ending has enough ambiguity to facilitate a number of different plots. The beginning of the movie can also fit [[spoiler: as it's the only time we see the five magical girls living a happy, idyllic existence.]]

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** ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagicaTheMovieRebellion'': WordOfGod is that they wanted the viewers to imagine their own sequel to the movie. The movie's ending has enough ambiguity to facilitate a number of different plots. The beginning of the movie can also fit [[spoiler: as [[spoiler:as it's the only time we see the five magical girls living a happy, idyllic existence.]]



** The backgrounds of Satsuki and Nui are also explored in fanfiction, especially with Satsuki's with [[spoiler: her mother's abuse]], along with the effects thereof. In that line, we get Ragyo's backstory being subject of at least a few, seeing as it has never been seen in the series.

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** The backgrounds of Satsuki and Nui are also explored in fanfiction, especially with Satsuki's with [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her mother's abuse]], along with the effects thereof. In that line, we get Ragyo's backstory being subject of at least a few, seeing as it has never been seen in the series.



** The [[spoiler: Titan Shifters']] pasts and motivations.

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** The [[spoiler: Titan [[spoiler:Titan Shifters']] pasts and motivations.



** The events that led to [[spoiler: Marco]]'s death.

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** The events that led to [[spoiler: Marco]]'s [[spoiler:Marco]]'s death.



* Blood aside, [[spoiler: Rorshach's "death"]] at the end of ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' could easily just be Dr. Manhattan teleporting him elsewhere, usually to [[{{Crossover}} another universe]], one example being ''Fanfic/RorschachInEquestria''.

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* Blood aside, [[spoiler: Rorshach's [[spoiler:Rorshach's "death"]] at the end of ''ComicBook/{{Watchmen}}'' could easily just be Dr. Manhattan teleporting him elsewhere, usually to [[{{Crossover}} another universe]], one example being ''Fanfic/RorschachInEquestria''.



* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': Given that [[spoiler: Nick becomes Judy's partner on the force at the end of the film]] there are a HUGE number of PoliceProcedural Fics that have the two of them solving various crimes around the City. And given the MaybeEverAfter relationship they had at the end of the film, it's not at all uncommon for these to also involve heavy amounts of {{Shipping}}.

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* ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'': Given that [[spoiler: Nick [[spoiler:Nick becomes Judy's partner on the force at the end of the film]] there are a HUGE number of PoliceProcedural Fics that have the two of them solving various crimes around the City. And given the MaybeEverAfter relationship they had at the end of the film, it's not at all uncommon for these to also involve heavy amounts of {{Shipping}}.



** The third film, ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', seems to practically be powered by fanfic fuel. First off, it's the TimeSkip - the film takes place eight years after ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', hence a gap for fanfic writers to have a stab at. Then, there are all the backstories of the characters introduced in the film. Bane's background and how he got excommunicated from the League of Shadows. Wayne Enterprises board member Miranda Tate, how she rose up the ranks and [[spoiler: her relationship with her father, Ra's al Ghul]], and the slightly shippy nature of her relationship with [[spoiler: Bane]]. GCPD Officer John Blake - his growing up in the orphanage, his police training and, once the film ends, [[spoiler: how he takes on the mantle of Batman as a Batman-Robin-Nightwing hybrid]]. And of course, Selina Kyle. Her past, how she met her roommate Jen, her misadventures as a younger girl and [[spoiler: all the little Bat-Cat babies she and Bruce would have, since the film ends with them together.]]

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** The third film, ''Film/TheDarkKnightRises'', seems to practically be powered by fanfic fuel. First off, it's the TimeSkip - the film takes place eight years after ''Film/TheDarkKnight'', hence a gap for fanfic writers to have a stab at. Then, there are all the backstories of the characters introduced in the film. Bane's background and how he got excommunicated from the League of Shadows. Wayne Enterprises board member Miranda Tate, how she rose up the ranks and [[spoiler: her [[spoiler:her relationship with her father, Ra's al Ghul]], and the slightly shippy nature of her relationship with [[spoiler: Bane]]. [[spoiler:Bane]]. GCPD Officer John Blake - his growing up in the orphanage, his police training and, once the film ends, [[spoiler: how [[spoiler:how he takes on the mantle of Batman as a Batman-Robin-Nightwing hybrid]]. And of course, Selina Kyle. Her past, how she met her roommate Jen, her misadventures as a younger girl and [[spoiler: all [[spoiler:all the little Bat-Cat babies she and Bruce would have, since the film ends with them together.]]



** And specifically related to ''Film/BatmanBegins'': the League of Shadows' involvement in world history, in light of Ducard's claim that they were responsible for the Fall of Rome, the Black Plague and the Great London Fire. For that matter, there's [[spoiler: the careers of the men who previously held the title of "Ra's al-Ghul"]].

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** And specifically related to ''Film/BatmanBegins'': the League of Shadows' involvement in world history, in light of Ducard's claim that they were responsible for the Fall of Rome, the Black Plague and the Great London Fire. For that matter, there's [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the careers of the men who previously held the title of "Ra's al-Ghul"]].



** After the third film was controversially cancelled, it has become very common for fans to write fanfics about [[spoiler: Quorra experiencing the human world after she escaped The Grid, or Tron after breaking free of Clu's rectification over him]].

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** After the third film was controversially cancelled, it has become very common for fans to write fanfics about [[spoiler: Quorra [[spoiler:Quorra experiencing the human world after she escaped The Grid, or Tron after breaking free of Clu's rectification over him]].



** The movie's famously ambiguous ending, which [[spoiler: suggests that Cobb may have stayed in the Dreamworld after his big heist]], practically begs for a ContinuationFic.

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** The movie's famously ambiguous ending, which [[spoiler: suggests [[spoiler:suggests that Cobb may have stayed in the Dreamworld after his big heist]], practically begs for a ContinuationFic.



** The ending seems to open up the possibility that certain features of the modern world [[spoiler: (like freeways)]] don't take off in the movie's universe. How will that affect the state of the world (if at all)?

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** The ending seems to open up the possibility that certain features of the modern world [[spoiler: (like [[spoiler:(like freeways)]] don't take off in the movie's universe. How will that affect the state of the world (if at all)?



* ''Film/SupermanReturns'' ends with the rather divisive [[TheReveal Reveal]] that [[spoiler: Jason White is actually Superman's son, and that he's in the process of developing Superman's powers]]. Since the movie never got a sequel, and it was [[ContinuityReboot rebooted]] with ''Film/ManOfSteel'' in 2013, we never got to see [[spoiler: what kind of man Jason would grow into, and how he would choose to follow in his father's footsteps]].

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* ''Film/SupermanReturns'' ends with the rather divisive [[TheReveal Reveal]] that [[spoiler: Jason [[spoiler:Jason White is actually Superman's son, and that he's in the process of developing Superman's powers]]. Since the movie never got a sequel, and it was [[ContinuityReboot rebooted]] with ''Film/ManOfSteel'' in 2013, we never got to see [[spoiler: what [[spoiler:what kind of man Jason would grow into, and how he would choose to follow in his father's footsteps]].



* In ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'', there's the mysterious death of a whole family that is never really solved. One can believe it was coincidence, but with family sizes of about fifty people, that's not really likely - fuel for wild conspiracy fanfic. And then there are the events of the past, that are only told in flashbacks, and some only mentioned in passing, such as [[spoiler: Keifer poisoning the princesses' father]]. The story ends with [[spoiler: Jerin's wedding]], and Jerin is certain that he'll be happy - but will he?

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* In ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'', there's the mysterious death of a whole family that is never really solved. One can believe it was coincidence, but with family sizes of about fifty people, that's not really likely - fuel for wild conspiracy fanfic. And then there are the events of the past, that are only told in flashbacks, and some only mentioned in passing, such as [[spoiler: Keifer [[spoiler:Keifer poisoning the princesses' father]]. The story ends with [[spoiler: Jerin's [[spoiler:Jerin's wedding]], and Jerin is certain that he'll be happy - but will he?



** Not to mention [[ContinuationFic the future of the Wizarding World after the events of the main series]], seeing as how it ends with an explicit epilogue showing the characters as married couples with children. Rowling has also been surprisingly generous about offering hints about the future lives of the characters, including such tidbits as [[spoiler: [=McGonagall=] as the new Headmistress of Hogwarts, Kingsley as the new Minister of Magic, Harry and Ron as Aurors, Hermione as a crusading reformer at the Ministry, Ginny as a professional Quidditch player, Neville as a Hogwarts professor, Harry's children stealing the Marauder's Map and using it to sneak into Hogwarts]], and many, many more.

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** Not to mention [[ContinuationFic the future of the Wizarding World after the events of the main series]], seeing as how it ends with an explicit epilogue showing the characters as married couples with children. Rowling has also been surprisingly generous about offering hints about the future lives of the characters, including such tidbits as [[spoiler: [=McGonagall=] [[spoiler:[=McGonagall=] as the new Headmistress of Hogwarts, Kingsley as the new Minister of Magic, Harry and Ron as Aurors, Hermione as a crusading reformer at the Ministry, Ginny as a professional Quidditch player, Neville as a Hogwarts professor, Harry's children stealing the Marauder's Map and using it to sneak into Hogwarts]], and many, many more.



** Somewhat famously, the series ended with a very ambiguous and open-ended BolivianArmyEnding that seems to have been written (in part) to encourage kids to continue the story themselves and come up with their own endings. Said ending, in which [[spoiler: Jake, Marco and Tobias fly into space in a stolen Blade Ship to find the missing Ax, only to discover him assimilated by a sinister alien entity called "The One"]], could be interpreted as either a DownerEnding or [[AndTheAdventureContinues the start of a brand new adventure]].

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** Somewhat famously, the series ended with a very ambiguous and open-ended BolivianArmyEnding that seems to have been written (in part) to encourage kids to continue the story themselves and come up with their own endings. Said ending, in which [[spoiler: Jake, [[spoiler:Jake, Marco and Tobias fly into space in a stolen Blade Ship to find the missing Ax, only to discover him assimilated by a sinister alien entity called "The One"]], could be interpreted as either a DownerEnding or [[AndTheAdventureContinues the start of a brand new adventure]].



** Though she's certainly a prominent character in-show, the vast majority of River's time-travelling adventures with the Doctor happen offscreen, with many memorable ones only obliquely referenced. Of the fourteen episodes where River plays a central role, in fact, only ''ten'' of them occur at points when they both know each other -- leaving plenty of gaps in both of their lives that might actually explain how they grew close enough [[RelationshipUpgrade to consider themselves a married couple]]. Her appearance in "The Husbands of River Song" added a ton of new fuel to the fire with the reveal that [[spoiler: their last night together at the Singing Towers of Darillium lasted '''twenty-four years''']]!
** One of the reveals in the three-part Series 9 finale is that the Doctor ultimately spends [[spoiler: four-and-a-half billion years and countless selves]] figuring out and escaping the castle of torture he was imprisoned in, with no company but an ImplacableMan monster who never speaks and kills with a touch. That's a long time to be lonely. How did he pass it?
** After Series 9, Clara and Ashildr, [[spoiler: two women who are essentially immortal, piloting a TARDIS in the shape of an American diner around time and space]].
** Ashildr's many, many unseen adventures taking TheSlowPath from Viking days of yore all the way to [[spoiler: ''the end of time itself'', as she outlasts virtually everything else that ever was]]. The ExpandedUniverse jumped on this quick, with a collection of short stories set between "The Girl Who Died" and "The Woman Who Lived" published shortly after the Series 9 finale aired!

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** Though she's certainly a prominent character in-show, the vast majority of River's time-travelling adventures with the Doctor happen offscreen, with many memorable ones only obliquely referenced. Of the fourteen episodes where River plays a central role, in fact, only ''ten'' of them occur at points when they both know each other -- leaving plenty of gaps in both of their lives that might actually explain how they grew close enough [[RelationshipUpgrade to consider themselves a married couple]]. Her appearance in "The Husbands of River Song" added a ton of new fuel to the fire with the reveal that [[spoiler: their [[spoiler:their last night together at the Singing Towers of Darillium lasted '''twenty-four years''']]!
** One of the reveals in the three-part Series 9 finale is that the Doctor ultimately spends [[spoiler: four-and-a-half [[spoiler:four-and-a-half billion years and countless selves]] figuring out and escaping the castle of torture he was imprisoned in, with no company but an ImplacableMan monster who never speaks and kills with a touch. That's a long time to be lonely. How did he pass it?
** After Series 9, Clara and Ashildr, [[spoiler: two [[spoiler:two women who are essentially immortal, piloting a TARDIS in the shape of an American diner around time and space]].
** Ashildr's many, many unseen adventures taking TheSlowPath from Viking days of yore all the way to [[spoiler: ''the [[spoiler:''the end of time itself'', as she outlasts virtually everything else that ever was]]. The ExpandedUniverse jumped on this quick, with a collection of short stories set between "The Girl Who Died" and "The Woman Who Lived" published shortly after the Series 9 finale aired!



** As of "Recap/DoctorWhoS36E12TheDoctorFalls", Bill's adventures with [[spoiler: Heather]].

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** As of "Recap/DoctorWhoS36E12TheDoctorFalls", Bill's adventures with [[spoiler: Heather]].[[spoiler:Heather]].



*** [[spoiler: And, of course, the various stories of Kirk's resurrection by enraged fans after they DroppedABridgeOnHim in ''Generations''. Notably, Shatner himself got involved in that.]]

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*** [[spoiler: And, [[spoiler:And, of course, the various stories of Kirk's resurrection by enraged fans after they DroppedABridgeOnHim in ''Generations''. Notably, Shatner himself got involved in that.]]



*** [[spoiler: Jesse's post-Heisenberg life. How will he cope with the resulting psychological trauma from his year in the Aryans' captivity? Will he ever put his life back in order and make an honest living?]]
*** [[spoiler: With "Heisenberg" now one of the most infamous drug lords in American history, what kind of life will his surviving children have? How will Holly White (last seen as an infant) grow up?]]
*** [[spoiler: [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Did Huell]] [[MemeticMutation ever leave the safehouse?]]]]

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*** [[spoiler: Jesse's [[spoiler:Jesse's post-Heisenberg life. How will he cope with the resulting psychological trauma from his year in the Aryans' captivity? Will he ever put his life back in order and make an honest living?]]
*** [[spoiler: With [[spoiler:With "Heisenberg" now one of the most infamous drug lords in American history, what kind of life will his surviving children have? How will Holly White (last seen as an infant) grow up?]]
*** [[spoiler: [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking [[spoiler:[[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking Did Huell]] [[MemeticMutation ever leave the safehouse?]]]]



* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' takes place ten years after the events of ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. The Eastern Brotherhood of Steel have reverted to a xenophobic and traditionalist ideology, Owyn Lyons has passed away [[spoiler: and so has his daughter Sarah]] and been replaced by [[AscendedExtra Arthur]] [[UsedToBeASweetKid Maxson]], and we have only a few concrete details into the state of the Capital Wasteland except the fact that the Brotherhood have established ''de facto'' rule of the region as feudalistic overlords. This has led to some downright ''juicy'' speculation into events just after the ending of ''3'', the fate or whereabouts of the Lone Wanderer and of other characters, and the current state of affairs in the Capital Wasteland.

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* ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 4}}'' takes place ten years after the events of ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}''. The Eastern Brotherhood of Steel have reverted to a xenophobic and traditionalist ideology, Owyn Lyons has passed away [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and so has his daughter Sarah]] and been replaced by [[AscendedExtra Arthur]] [[UsedToBeASweetKid Maxson]], and we have only a few concrete details into the state of the Capital Wasteland except the fact that the Brotherhood have established ''de facto'' rule of the region as feudalistic overlords. This has led to some downright ''juicy'' speculation into events just after the ending of ''3'', the fate or whereabouts of the Lone Wanderer and of other characters, and the current state of affairs in the Capital Wasteland.



*** The same goes for the ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' finale movie, ''Predacons Rising'' - namely: Where did [[spoiler: Megatron]] go; did [[spoiler: Starscream]] survive his encounter with the Predacons; how will Team Prime cope after [[spoiler: Prime's death]]; and what became of [[spoiler: Shockwave]]?

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*** The same goes for the ''WesternAnimation/TransformersPrime'' finale movie, ''Predacons Rising'' - namely: Where did [[spoiler: Megatron]] [[spoiler:Megatron]] go; did [[spoiler: Starscream]] [[spoiler:Starscream]] survive his encounter with the Predacons; how will Team Prime cope after [[spoiler: Prime's [[spoiler:Prime's death]]; and what became of [[spoiler: Shockwave]]?[[spoiler:Shockwave]]?



* The history between Marceline and [[spoiler: Simon Petrikov]] on ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. What we see of it is [[TearJerker extremely]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming poignant]], it involves two [[EnsembleDarkhorse fan-favourite]] characters, it hints at the somewhat vague circumstances of [[AtomicHate the]] [[WorldWar3 Mushroom]] [[ApocalypseHow War]] (which is this trope in of itself), and it's only been elaborated on in one or two episodes. Perfect FanficFuel.
** For that matter, the relationship between [[spoiler: Simon and Betty]] seems to get a lot of attention.

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* The history between Marceline and [[spoiler: Simon [[spoiler:Simon Petrikov]] on ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime''. What we see of it is [[TearJerker extremely]] [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming poignant]], it involves two [[EnsembleDarkhorse fan-favourite]] characters, it hints at the somewhat vague circumstances of [[AtomicHate the]] [[WorldWar3 Mushroom]] [[ApocalypseHow War]] (which is this trope in of itself), and it's only been elaborated on in one or two episodes. Perfect FanficFuel.
** For that matter, the relationship between [[spoiler: Simon [[spoiler:Simon and Betty]] seems to get a lot of attention.



* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gets quite a lot of this with its large TimeSkip and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork cancellation-induced]] cliffhanger ending. What did [[spoiler: the Justice League]] do when they were BrainwashedAndCrazy? What happened to [[spoiler: Kid Flash]]? How does [[spoiler: Darksied]] figure into all of this?

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* ''WesternAnimation/YoungJustice'' gets quite a lot of this with its large TimeSkip and [[ScrewedByTheNetwork cancellation-induced]] cliffhanger ending. What did [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the Justice League]] do when they were BrainwashedAndCrazy? What happened to [[spoiler: Kid [[spoiler:Kid Flash]]? How does [[spoiler: Darksied]] [[spoiler:Darksied]] figure into all of this?



* WesternAnimation/RegularShow has two: What happened on Earth during the three years the park was in space? And what happened during [[spoiler: the twenty-five years between the park's return and the reunion]]?

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* WesternAnimation/RegularShow has two: What happened on Earth during the three years the park was in space? And what happened during [[spoiler: the [[spoiler:the twenty-five years between the park's return and the reunion]]?



** [[spoiler: What the peacock miraculous is doing in Gabriel Agreste's safe? Fans speculated that either him or his wife used to be the holder- and their costumes are often represented.]]

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** [[spoiler: What [[spoiler:What the peacock miraculous is doing in Gabriel Agreste's safe? Fans speculated that either him or his wife used to be the holder- and their costumes are often represented.]]



* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has two occurrences of this. The first being [[spoiler: how Wendy came to forgive Dipper for his actions]] in "Boyz Crazy" as it's never brought up in the show, with the second being how the events in the show affected Dipper and Mabel's lives at home and what will happen if they ever returned.

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' has two occurrences of this. The first being [[spoiler: how [[spoiler:how Wendy came to forgive Dipper for his actions]] in "Boyz Crazy" as it's never brought up in the show, with the second being how the events in the show affected Dipper and Mabel's lives at home and what will happen if they ever returned.



** The Season 5 finale, which featured [[spoiler: multiple BadFuture {{Alternate Timeline}}s created by Starlight Glimmer's attempts to alter history]], has already started spawning [[spoiler: numerous takes on those alternate realities, as well as WhatIf scenarios for Twilight ultimately failing to stop Starlight]].

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** The Season 5 finale, which featured [[spoiler: multiple [[spoiler:multiple BadFuture {{Alternate Timeline}}s created by Starlight Glimmer's attempts to alter history]], has already started spawning [[spoiler: numerous [[spoiler:numerous takes on those alternate realities, as well as WhatIf scenarios for Twilight ultimately failing to stop Starlight]].
4th Oct '17 3:50:45 PM Arcana4th
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* ''VideoGame/{{Pyre}}'': In a certain ending where [[spoiler:Oralech survives and is left in the same side that Volfred, they will rebuild their relationship, but the details of that conversation will be a mystery, leaving any space for romantic or platonic interpretation to their previously FoeYay filled relationship]] The epilogue specifically mentiones that they were "seldom seen traveling separate" afterwards.
1st Oct '17 12:31:31 PM eroock
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->'''Creator/JohnnyYongBosch:''' Maybe kids will write some fanfics about it.\\
'''[[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]:''' We can only hope.

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->'''Creator/JohnnyYongBosch:''' ->'''Creator/JohnnyYongBosch''': Maybe kids will write some fanfics about it.\\
'''[[WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall Linkara]]:''' Linkara]]''': We can only hope.
1st Oct '17 10:24:38 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* Long before there was ever a [[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries series]] to take up the idea, ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' writers had 624 blank spaces[[note]]Experiment 621's appearance in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 video game ''Stitch: Experiment 626'' prevents this from being 625.[[/note]] to fill in with fan characters, a vaguely-described laboratory for them to be born in, and a universe for them to explore. They made sure to take advantage of this.

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* Long before there was ever a [[WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries series]] to take up the idea, ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'' writers had 624 623 blank spaces[[note]]Experiment 621's appearance in the UsefulNotes/PlayStation2 video game ''Stitch: Experiment 626'' prevents and later major character Experiment 625/Reuben's appearances in prequel comics shown in ''Magazine/DisneyAdventures'' prevent this from being 625.[[/note]] to fill in with fan characters, a vaguely-described laboratory for them to be born in, and a universe for them to explore. They made sure to take advantage of this.this.
** Considering that, one, most of the canonical experiments remain yet to be seen to this day, and two, experiments ''after'' Stitch have been made in [[Franchise/LiloAndStitch the franchise's]] canon, there are still going to be plenty of [[SailorEarth fan experiments]] for years to come.
25th Sep '17 5:22:11 AM Laevatein
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* ''Anime/PrincessPrincipal'' had 12 episodes, shown in AnachronicOrder, with case numbers going up to 24, meaning half the numbers are missing. What happened in the cases not shown?
23rd Sep '17 9:11:53 PM ElSquibbonator
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** The titular city is inhabited only by terrestrial mammals. Lots of fans have had fun coming up with other cities in the same world to accommodate birds, reptiles, amphibians, and marine mammals.
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