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17th Sep '17 5:48:48 PM Pichu-kun
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** Fanon has Blake as an orphan raised by the White Fang while Weiss' mother died when she was young. Season 4 jossed them both by showing that Weiss' mom is still alive and Blake's parents are alive as well.
** Scarlet is often thought of by fans as either nonbinary or a trans boy.

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** Fanon has Blake as an orphan raised by the White Fang while Weiss' mother died when she was young. Season 4 jossed them both by showing that Weiss' mom is still alive and Blake's parents are alive and Weiss' mother is alive as well.
** Scarlet is often thought of by fans as either nonbinary or a trans boy. Blake also appears as nonbinary in many works, though not as often as Scarlet.


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** Faunus going to heat appears in many works.
** Neo as Roman's daughter, either adopted or biological, is quite common. Others see them as {{Platonic Life Partner}}s. According to WordOfGod they are LikeBrotherAndSister.
9th Sep '17 8:21:02 PM Theatre_Maven_3695
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'''Fanon''', also known as the generally accepted term 'headcanon' among fans (though 'headcanon' also refers to personal fanon instead of widely recognized ideas), fanfic writers and Roleplay crowds, is the set of theories based on that material which, although they generally seem to be the "obvious" or "only" interpretation of canonical fact, are not actually part of the canon. Occasionally, the explanation seems good enough to just be [[CommonKnowledge "common sense."]] The salient point to remember is that when someone shouts, "That episode was terrible because it violates the canon!", they are very often totally incorrect.

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'''Fanon''', Fanon, also known as the generally accepted term 'headcanon' among fans (though 'headcanon' also refers to personal fanon instead of widely recognized ideas), fanfic writers and Roleplay crowds, is the set of theories based on that material which, although they generally seem to be the "obvious" or "only" interpretation of canonical fact, are not actually part of the canon. Occasionally, the explanation seems good enough to just be [[CommonKnowledge "common sense."]] The salient point to remember is that when someone shouts, "That episode was terrible because it violates the canon!", they are very often totally incorrect.
5th Sep '17 5:23:19 PM CorahsUncle
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* Fanon/SuperMarioBros



** A lot of fans believe Astrid and Ruffnut are good friends (some even like to [[LesYay ship them]] but that's a different matter). While it's a reasonable assumption to make as Ruffnut is the only other named teenage girl living on Berk (hell, except for Valka, Heather and Gothi she's the only other significant female character in the ''franchise!'') there's nothing to indicate that Ruffnut is any closer Astrid than any other member of the gang, beyond the fact that they were paired up for the Zippleback training exercise in the first film.

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** A lot of fans believe Astrid and Ruffnut are good friends (some even like to [[LesYay ship them]] but that's a different matter). While it's a reasonable assumption to make as Ruffnut is the only other named teenage girl living on Berk (hell, except for Valka, Heather and Gothi Gothi, she's the only other significant female character in the ''franchise!'') there's nothing to indicate that Ruffnut is any closer Astrid than any other member of the gang, beyond the fact that they were paired up for the Zippleback training exercise in the first film.
23rd Aug '17 3:38:53 PM Wynauttica
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->''"Oh, no another fan with ideas..."''

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->''"Oh, no -- another fan with ideas..."''
7th Aug '17 5:42:06 PM Samothrace42
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*** There's also a large group of fans who believe that at least some of the Freelancers served in the Human-Covenant War, with some specifically stating that Wash fought at the Battle of Reach. While Project Freelancer's origins ''are'' confirmed as being related to the Great War (specifically, Project Freelancer was created as a "magic-bullet" program during the midst of the war so as to save humanity by both experimenting on human-A.I. interactions and the various possible threats that soldiers would encounter on the galactic battlefield), no Freelancers are recorded as actually getting involved in the Great War.



** Sarge was previously an ODST. It is mentioned that Sarge jumped out of ships "during the war", so it's possible, but again, it's far from confirmed.

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** Sarge was previously an ODST. It is mentioned that Sarge jumped out of ships "during the war", so it's possible, but again, it's far from confirmed. However, [[IKnewIt this actually became a case of]] [[CanonImmigrant Canon Immigrant]] status in Season 15, with Sarge outright mentioning him previously being in the ODST.


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** After the Freelancer Prequel Duology in [[Machinima/RedVsBlueSeason14 Season 14]] (The Triplets and "The Mission"), most fans think that Freelancer Agent Ohio's group and Charon Agent Sherry's group were the main inspiration for the Red & Blue Teams (or at least gave the Director the initial idea for them). Also, many fans think that the icy wasteland of a planet they're stranded on is Sidewinder ([[TheLawOfConservationOfDetail since it's the only other ice planet encountered in the series]]).
9th Jul '17 1:14:46 PM Orbiting
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* Many players assume Abyssal {{Exalted}} are undead. They're actually living people "tainted by the essence of the Underworld", much like {{Half Vampire}}s in many other settings.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'': Many players assume Abyssal {{Exalted}} Exalted are undead. They're actually living people "tainted by the essence of the Underworld", much like {{Half Vampire}}s in many other settings.
28th Jun '17 4:36:24 AM mariofan1000
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'''Fanon''', also known as the generally accepted term 'headcanon' among fans (though 'headcanon' also refers to personal fanon instead of widely recognized idead), fanfic writers and Roleplay crowds, is the set of theories based on that material which, although they generally seem to be the "obvious" or "only" interpretation of canonical fact, are not actually part of the canon. Occasionally, the explanation seems good enough to just be [[CommonKnowledge "common sense."]] The salient point to remember is that when someone shouts, "That episode was terrible because it violates the canon!", they are very often totally incorrect.

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'''Fanon''', also known as the generally accepted term 'headcanon' among fans (though 'headcanon' also refers to personal fanon instead of widely recognized idead), ideas), fanfic writers and Roleplay crowds, is the set of theories based on that material which, although they generally seem to be the "obvious" or "only" interpretation of canonical fact, are not actually part of the canon. Occasionally, the explanation seems good enough to just be [[CommonKnowledge "common sense."]] The salient point to remember is that when someone shouts, "That episode was terrible because it violates the canon!", they are very often totally incorrect.
17th Jun '17 3:34:46 PM ScroogeMacDuck
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** Rapunzel is cousins with Elsa and Anna of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' due to their resemblance and the brief EasterEgg of her and Eugene attending Elsa's coronation. Generally, their mothers are sisters. Many fans even believe Elsa's and Anna's parents died on a trip to Corona (either for Rapunzel's wedding or for her return party).

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** Rapunzel is cousins with Elsa and Anna of ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'' due to their resemblance and the brief EasterEgg of her and Eugene attending Elsa's coronation. Generally, their mothers are sisters.
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Many fans even believe Elsa's and Anna's parents died on a trip to Corona (either for Rapunzel's wedding or for her return party).party). This idea is often coupled with the above, but not always some fans believe this without accepting the "relatives" theory.
6th Jun '17 5:05:15 PM HiddenWindshield
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** There's also the matter of Tiana being outbid on the restaurant. It has generally become accepted amongst fans that the "other buyer" story was orchestrated by the mill's owners, either with them outright lying or with them getting someone to outbid Tiana's offer. While this does explain why Tiana conveniently is outbid the very day she tells the owners she's ready to purchase the place (and why no "other bidder" gets angry when Tiana has Louis scare them into selling), there's no official explanation for it in-movie.

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** There's also the matter of Tiana being outbid on the restaurant. It has generally become accepted amongst fans that the "other buyer" story was orchestrated by the mill's owners, either with them either outright lying or with them getting someone to outbid Tiana's offer. offer, in order to prevent a [[DeliberateValuesDissonance black woman from owning her own business]]. While this does explain why Tiana conveniently is outbid the very day she tells the owners she's ready to purchase the place (and why no "other bidder" gets angry when Tiana has Louis [[NeverSmileAtACrocodile Louis]] scare them into selling), there's no official explanation for it in-movie.
30th May '17 1:20:19 PM Pichu-kun
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