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10th Feb '16 11:19:23 AM Dere
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** This is a result of the show using the game design for Sonic (unlike previous cartoons), and basing Manic and Sonia on it. Robotnik, instead, uses his [=SatAM=] design, which had four fingers like all characters in that show. The fact that they didn't bother altering Robotnik's hands so that it better matched the show is probably a case of TheyJustDidntCare.
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** This is a result of the show using the game design for Sonic (unlike previous cartoons), cartoons, which used more simplified designs), and basing Manic and Sonia on it. Robotnik, instead, uses his [=SatAM=] design, which had four fingers like all characters in that show. The fact that they didn't bother slightly altering Robotnik's hands design so that it better matched the show is probably a case of TheyJustDidntCare.
10th Feb '16 11:13:35 AM Dere
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** This is a result of the show using the game design for Sonic (unlike previous cartoons), and basing Manic and Sonia on it. Robotnik, instead, uses his [=SatAM=] design, which had four fingers like all characters in that show. The fact that they didn't bother altering Robotnik's hands so that it better matched the show is probably a case of TheyJustDidntCare.
5th Feb '16 10:06:59 PM Adept
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** The original figures had either [[PowerpuffGirlHands no real hands]], or only two fingers or three claws. Only much later figures received articulate, fingered hands, usually the larger ones, and these had four. In '09, this phenomenon reached the smaller and medium-sized toys, as they got four-fingered graspers.
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** The original figures had either [[PowerpuffGirlHands [[FingerlessHands no real hands]], or only two fingers or three claws. Only much later figures received articulate, fingered hands, usually the larger ones, and these had four. In '09, this phenomenon reached the smaller and medium-sized toys, as they got four-fingered graspers.

* The animatronics in ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' are four-fingered cartoon animals. In addition the Puppet has three-fingered [[CreepyLongFingers noodle hands]] and Balloon Boy has [[PowerpuffGirlHands nub-like hands with holes]].
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* The animatronics in ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' are four-fingered cartoon animals. In addition the Puppet has three-fingered [[CreepyLongFingers noodle hands]] and Balloon Boy has [[PowerpuffGirlHands [[FingerlessHands nub-like hands with holes]].

* Everyone from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has four fingers, but the Powerpuff Girls themselves have [[PowerpuffGirlHands none]]!
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* Everyone from ''WesternAnimation/ThePowerpuffGirls'' has four fingers, but the Powerpuff Girls themselves have [[PowerpuffGirlHands [[FingerlessHands none]]!
30th Jan '16 5:34:06 AM kor
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* The mecha in ''ZoneOfTheEnders'' are an odd variation - their hands have three fingers and ''two thumbs''.
11th Jan '16 8:43:36 AM Viira
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* Mettaton, resident human fanboy\robotic AgentPeacock of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', has four fingered hands in WhiteGloves, accodring to WordOfGod it's because all of his knowledge of humans comes from human media that has fallen into the Underground - including westren cartoons and the ubiquity of this trope left him confused over how many fingers humans usually have.
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* Mettaton, resident human fanboy\robotic fanboy/robotic AgentPeacock of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', has four fingered four-fingered hands in WhiteGloves, accodring WhiteGloves. According to WordOfGod WordOfGod, it's because all of his knowledge of humans comes from human media that has fallen into the Underground - Underground, including westren cartoons western cartoons, and the ubiquity of this trope left him confused over how many fingers humans usually have.
11th Jan '16 6:34:52 AM HuHuHuHu
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* Mettaton, resident human fanboy\robotic AgentPeacock of ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'', has four fingered hands in WhiteGloves, accodring to WordOfGod it's because all of his knowledge of humans comes from human media that has fallen into the Underground - including westren cartoons and the ubiquity of this trope left him confused over how many fingers humans usually have.
21st Dec '15 1:31:51 PM VampireBuddha
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* Violator's [[{{evil clown}} clown]] form in ''Comicbook/{{Spawn}}'' has four fingers per hand. Since everyone else has five fingers, this is part of his human form being not quite right.
18th Dec '15 7:11:52 PM Patrick785
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* Similar to what happened to Bob the Builder and Fat Princess, this was half adverted when the show was marketed in Japan. Some VHS and Videogame boxarts gave characters five fingered hands.
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* ** Similar to what happened to Bob the Builder and Fat Princess, this was half adverted when the show was marketed in Japan. Some VHS and Videogame boxarts gave characters five fingered hands.
18th Dec '15 7:10:48 PM Patrick785
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* Similar to what happened to Bob the Builder and Fat Princess, this was half adverted when the show was marketed in Japan. Some VHS and Videogame boxarts gave characters five fingered hands.
15th Dec '15 1:32:00 PM paul723
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* Strangely, in ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'', Most of the human characters have five fingers in each hand while the main character, Bobby himself, has only four in each hand.
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* Strangely, in ''WesternAnimation/BobbysWorld'', Most most of the human characters have five fingers in each hand while the main character, Bobby himself, has only four in each hand.
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