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21st Apr '17 10:41:25 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** There is also ''FanFic/{{Luminosity}}'', which fixes ''Twilight'', period. Utilizing a simple WhatIf scenario where Bella was [[CharacterDerailment "derailed"]] into a more rational, thinking person turned much of the {{Hatedom}} of one of the most [[LoveItOrHateIt divisive]] modern literary works into fans. Many readers should be warned that reading this fic might make them sympathetic to the actual franchise.

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** There is also ''FanFic/{{Luminosity}}'', which fixes ''Twilight'', period. Utilizing a simple WhatIf scenario where Bella was [[CharacterDerailment "derailed"]] into a more rational, thinking person turned much of the {{Hatedom}} of one of the most [[LoveItOrHateIt divisive]] divisive modern literary works into fans. Many readers should be warned that reading this fic might make them sympathetic to the actual franchise.
17th Apr '17 12:17:07 PM mrluntishysterical
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15th Apr '17 8:52:37 PM Eagal
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* One criticism of ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' is "why can't the Fellowship ride the Eagles to mt. Doom and drop the Ring down it's caldera?", with the official answer of "sauron controls literally ''everything'' within Mordor, down to the wind itself" being [[FanDislikedExplanation not exactly taken well]]. ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfMordor'' introduces a creature called a "hell-hawk", a falcon-sized cousin of the Nazgûl's flying steeds that instinctively attack eagles, much like how owls instinctively hate bats.

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* One criticism of ''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings'' is "why can't the Fellowship ride the Eagles to mt. Mt. Doom and drop the Ring down it's its caldera?", with the official answer of "sauron "Sauron controls literally ''everything'' within Mordor, down to the wind itself" being [[FanDislikedExplanation not exactly taken well]]. ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfMordor'' introduces a creature called a "hell-hawk", a falcon-sized cousin of the Nazgûl's flying steeds that instinctively attack eagles, much like how owls instinctively hate bats.
8th Apr '17 12:29:39 PM nombretomado
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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' series has quite a few Fix Fics dedicated to reviving Rose, Martin's love interest. Some try hard to keep it within {{Canon}} and provide a legitimate reason for her being OnlyMostlyDead. ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3817978 A Mask and a Song]]'' is an example of such a story.

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* The ''{{Redwall}}'' ''{{Literature/Redwall}}'' series has quite a few Fix Fics dedicated to reviving Rose, Martin's love interest. Some try hard to keep it within {{Canon}} and provide a legitimate reason for her being OnlyMostlyDead. ''[[http://www.fanfiction.net/s/3817978 A Mask and a Song]]'' is an example of such a story.
6th Apr '17 3:10:39 PM jormis29
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* The previously-mentioned ''Toy Story'' fix fic plot of [[spoiler: reuniting Woody and Bo Peep]] was officially made canon when John Lasseter announced that this would be the plot of ''Toy Story 4''.

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* The previously-mentioned ''Toy Story'' ''Franchise/ToyStory'' fix fic plot of [[spoiler: reuniting Woody and Bo Peep]] was officially made canon when John Lasseter announced that this would be the plot of ''Toy Story 4''.''WesternAnimation/ToyStory4''.
4th Apr '17 8:14:31 PM ladyofthelibrary
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* The ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' fandom has tons of fics that try to fix Lincolns status as the family's punching bag by having his family realize how badly they treat him. Generally disliked episodes like "Brawl in the Family" and "No Such Luck", which treat Lincoln even worse than most, are even more likely to spawn a series of fix fics.

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* The ''WesternAnimation/TheLoudHouse'' fandom has tons of fics that try to fix Lincolns Lincoln's status as [[ButtMonkey the family's punching bag bag]] by [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone having his family realize how badly they treat him.him]]. Generally disliked episodes like "Brawl in the Family" and "No Such Luck", which treat Lincoln even worse than most, are even more likely to spawn a series of fix fics.
4th Apr '17 6:03:54 PM HotelCalifornia
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* ''FanFic/SonicXDarkChaos'' delves into this territory by deliberately fixing the {{Flanderization}} of the Sonic characters from the show. Knuckles isn't a hot-headed idiot, but an honorable warrior with strong moral standards and surprising tactical knowhow. Amy isn't a {{Yandere}} {{Jerkass}}, but a compassionate and friendly girl who bravely defends the people she cares about. Chris isn't a whiny brat, but a badass who uses his eighteen year-old smarts to great effect. And although Sonic is still TheAce and a bumbling IdiotHero, the story puts his generous and heroic nature in the forefront. Eggman has also [[TookALevelInBadass taken several levels in badass]] without losing the EvenEvilHasStandards beliefs he had before.
2nd Apr '17 9:40:22 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendsForever'' issue about Rainbow Dash and Soarin attempted to fix the problems of the often criticized episode, ''Rainbow Falls''. In that episode, the leader of the Wonderbolts, Spitfire, tried to replace Soarin with Dash for their Equestia Game team after he hurt his wing. Though more for the fact that they had a better chance at winning with her on their team. Dash ultimately stays with the Ponyville team and Soarin stays with the Wonderbolts. However fans didn't like how Soarin just brushed aside the act as well as Spitfire's attitude over the situation. The issue however shows that it did affect Soarin greatly, especially after he flubs a flight routine, and runs off to a mountain making deliveries for an outpost. Dash goes to find him and eventually he reveals he ''did'' have resentment over what happened and doesn't think Spitfire cares for him. He's proven wrong when Spitfire comes to the mountain herself thanks to a letter Dash sent and personally apologizes for her actions.

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* The ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendsForever'' issue about Rainbow Dash and Soarin attempted to fix the problems of the often criticized episode, episode ''Rainbow Falls''. In that episode, the leader of the Wonderbolts, Spitfire, tried to replace Soarin with Dash for their Equestia Game team after he hurt his wing. Though more for the fact that wing since they had a better chance at winning with her on their team. Dash ultimately stays with the Ponyville team and Soarin stays with the Wonderbolts. However fans Fans didn't like how Soarin just brushed aside the act as well as Spitfire's attitude over the situation. The issue however shows that it did affect Soarin greatly, especially after he flubs a flight routine, and runs off to a mountain making deliveries for an outpost. Dash goes to find him and eventually he reveals he ''did'' have resentment over what happened and doesn't think Spitfire cares for him. He's proven wrong when Spitfire comes to the mountain herself thanks to a letter Dash sent and personally apologizes for her actions.
2nd Apr '17 9:28:11 AM CASCHero
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* ''ComicBook/MyLittlePonyFriendsForever'' issue about Rainbow Dash and Soarin attempted to fix the problems of the often criticized episode, ''Rainbow Falls''. In that episode, the leader of the Wonderbolts, Spitfire, tried to replace Soarin with Dash for their Equestia Game team after he hurt his wing. Though more for the fact that they had a better chance at winning with her on their team. Dash ultimately stays with the Ponyville team and Soarin stays with the Wonderbolts. However fans didn't like how Soarin just brushed aside the act as well as Spitfire's attitude over the situation. The issue however shows that it did affect Soarin greatly, especially after he flubs a flight routine, and runs off to a mountain making deliveries for an outpost. Dash goes to find him and eventually he reveals he ''did'' have resentment over what happened and doesn't think Spitfire cares for him. He's proven wrong when Spitfire comes to the mountain herself thanks to a letter Dash sent and personally apologizes for her actions.
* ''ComicBook/SonicTheHedgehog'': When Ian Flynn took over as head writer for the book, he undid a lot of the nonsensical mess that Karl Bollers and Ken Penders left after their departure that were unpopular with the fans. Namely getting Shadow away from Eggman and letting him be a hero, dumbing down the [[LoveTriangle love triangles]] (particularly Sonic losing Fiona Fox by making her a traitor to the Freedown Fighters) and, most notably, dialing back the roles of the echinias after they had become such a main focus of the book for a good chuck of the series, allowing other characters to regain the spotlight again.



* ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' changes some of the finer points of Marvel's ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' crossover to make it work better within the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, but also to fix some aspects of it that were criticized by fans. As many readers argued, the storyline started with a genuinely interesting ethical debate about the conflict between freedom and security, but the actual "civil war" depended on both sides acting impulsive and bullheaded, and on throwing punches at their friends instead of working their issues out. In the movie, Tony and Steve's conflict ''starts'' with a debate over a SuperRegistrationAct, but Steve doesn't go rogue over it: he goes rogue to protect his old war buddy Bucky Barnes from an international manhunt after he's framed for a terrorist bombing. And though Tony ''does'' answer the call when the government asks him to bring Steve in, their conflict reaches its apex when Tony discovers that [[spoiler: [[YouKilledMyFather Bucky was the one who murdered his parents]], but Steve remains determined to protect him]]. The movie preserves the ethical debates that sparks the conflict, but it makes the conflict itself ''much'' more [[ItsPersonal personal]], making it easier to forgive the characters for letting their passions get the better of them.

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* ''Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar'' changes some of the finer points of Marvel's ''ComicBook/CivilWar'' crossover to make it work better within the Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse, but also to fix some aspects of it that were criticized by fans. As many readers argued, the storyline started with a genuinely interesting ethical debate about the conflict between freedom and security, but the actual "civil war" depended on both sides acting impulsive and bullheaded, and on throwing punches at their friends instead of working their issues out. In the movie, Tony and Steve's conflict ''starts'' with a debate over a SuperRegistrationAct, but Steve doesn't go rogue over it: he goes rogue to protect his old war buddy Bucky Barnes from an international manhunt after he's framed for a terrorist bombing. And though Tony ''does'' answer the call when the government asks him to bring Steve in, their conflict reaches its apex when Tony discovers that [[spoiler: [[YouKilledMyFather Bucky was the one who murdered his parents]], but Steve remains determined to protect him]].him since Bucky was BrainwashedAndCrazy at the time]]. The movie preserves the ethical debates that sparks the conflict, but it makes the conflict itself ''much'' more [[ItsPersonal personal]], making it easier to forgive the characters for letting their passions get the better of them.
24th Mar '17 12:00:18 AM CASCHero
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* ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'', a few fic sometimes modify the story to make a bit more sense such as more involvement with the brides instead of leaving them in Transylvania, Lucy actually surviving being staked, Drac actually attempting to fight the heroes in London rather then fleeing back to his home, Mina either more assertive in helping the hunters or actually becoming a vampire rather then a VampireRefugee. Heck, one fic even invovled Lucy's mother, who dies in the original story, to be invovled ''as an elderly bride of Dracula''.

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* ''Literature/{{Dracula}}'', a few fic fics sometimes modify the story to make a bit more sense such as more involvement with the brides instead of leaving them in Transylvania, Lucy actually surviving being staked, staked after she turned, Drac actually attempting to fight the heroes in London rather then fleeing back to his home, Mina either more assertive in helping the hunters or actually becoming a vampire rather then than a VampireRefugee. Heck, one fic even invovled Lucy's mother, who was a minor character and dies via a heart attack in the original story, to be invovled ''as involved--by being bitten by Lucy and ''turned into an elderly bride of Dracula''.
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