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30th Aug '16 10:59:00 AM Willbyr
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* Sakura's parents from ''{{Naruto}}'' were created by Masashi Kishimoto for ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''. Kishimoto has stated that he always intended to introduce the pair in the manga, but never found the correct time to do so.

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* Sakura's parents from ''{{Naruto}}'' ''Manga/{{Naruto}}'' were created by Masashi Kishimoto for ''Anime/NarutoTheMovieRoadToNinja''. Kishimoto has stated that he always intended to introduce the pair in the manga, but never found the correct time to do so.
26th Jul '16 4:04:55 PM DaibhidC
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* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.

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* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.
26th Jul '16 4:03:56 PM DaibhidC
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* Princess Franchise/SailorMoon and Sailor Luna were both created by Takeuchi for ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon''.
* Akaii Ringo of the ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' Playstation game was designed by Ikumi Mia to fulfill the RPG convention of a [[TheMedic healer]], which helped cement her in the fandom. Unfortunately, many non-players ended up using her as a PossessionSue.



* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.

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* Merle and Daryl Dixon were both created for ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' with both blessing and input from Creator/RobertKirkman. The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] trope gets take to its LogicalExtreme in ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead'', with Kirkman creating an entire new cast of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of characters for use in the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.sister series.



* Many of the characters in ''Film/WarCraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.
** The most extreme example is perhaps Alodi, introduced in the manga as the very first Guardian, he wasn't even mentioned in World of Warcraft until he got an Artifact named after him in Legion, and he [[GenderFlip (or rather she)]] was the one who [[spoiler: reveals that Medivh brought the orcs into Azeroth.]]
*** Similarly, Durotan and Draka's first canon appearance was in the novel ''Literature/LordOfTheClans'', which came out just before ''Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos''.
** Orgrim is an interesting example. In the Orc Campaign (which was the canon ending for the first Warcraft) the player character becomes the Warchief. In the second game and onwards the orc that did this was named Orgrim Doomhammer. Depending on your interpretation of canon, he's either the player character of Orcs and Humans (which would disqualify him from this trope), or was retconned in.



* Princess Franchise/SailorMoon and Sailor Luna were both created by Takeuchi for ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon''.
* Merle and Daryl Dixon were both created for ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' with both blessing and input from Creator/RobertKirkman. The trope gets take to its LogicalExtreme in ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead'', with Kirkman creating an entire new cast of characters for use in the sister series.

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* Princess Franchise/SailorMoon While [[WordOfGod Damon Lindelof and Sailor Luna Carlton Cuse]] have been clear regarding the fact that the ''Series/{{Lost}}'' video game, "Via Domus," is non-canon, some elements of the game were both created by Takeuchi for ''Series/PrettyGuardianSailorMoon''.
* Merle
the pair and Daryl Dixon were both created for ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' with both blessing and input from Creator/RobertKirkman. The trope gets take originally intended to its LogicalExtreme in ''Series/FearTheWalkingDead'', with Kirkman creating an entire new cast of characters for use be in the sister series.show before being thrown into the game instead. However, despite this claim, some of these "official" elements have ended up conflicting with the show's later seasons. The biggest example is the "[[NoodleIncident Incident]] Room," the room behind the concrete wall in the hatch. The room was intended to be shown in the series but wasn't, and the design was given to the developers to be used in the game.
** However, this room ended up conflicting with the show's portrayal of the actual "Incident." In the game, the room contains a large, busted generator with electricity flowing through it, implying the "Incident" was some sort of electromagnetic generator failure. However, the show's portrayal of the "Incident" was much different: it occurred while [[spoiler:the hatch was still under construction]], involved [[spoiler:a drill hitting a pocket of electromagnetic energy]], and possibly [[spoiler:Juliet detonating a hydrogen bomb over that pocket]]. No room or generator was involved.



* Akaii Ringo of the ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' Playstation game was designed by Ikumi Mia to fulfill the RPG convention of a [[TheMedic healer]], which helped cement her in the fandom. Unfortunately, many non-players ended up using her as a PossessionSue.
* The UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' features the character Marie.

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* Akaii Ringo of the ''Manga/TokyoMewMew'' Playstation game was designed by Ikumi Mia to fulfill the RPG convention of a [[TheMedic healer]], which helped cement her in the fandom. Unfortunately, many non-players ended up using her as a PossessionSue.
%% * The UpdatedRerelease of ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' features the character Marie.



* While [[WordOfGod Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse]] have been clear regarding the fact that the ''Series/{{Lost}}'' video game, "Via Domus," is non-canon, some elements of the game were created by the pair and were originally intended to be in the show before being thrown into the game instead. However, despite this claim, some of these "official" elements have ended up conflicting with the show's later seasons. The biggest example is the "[[NoodleIncident Incident]] Room," the room behind the concrete wall in the hatch. The room was intended to be shown in the series but wasn't, and the design was given to the developers to be used in the game.
** However, this room ended up conflicting with the show's portrayal of the actual "Incident." In the game, the room contains a large, busted generator with electricity flowing through it, implying the "Incident" was some sort of electromagnetic generator failure. However, the show's portrayal of the "Incident" was much different: it occurred while [[spoiler:the hatch was still under construction]], involved [[spoiler:a drill hitting a pocket of electromagnetic energy]], and possibly [[spoiler:Juliet detonating a hydrogen bomb over that pocket]]. No room or generator was involved.

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* While [[WordOfGod Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse]] have been clear regarding the fact that the ''Series/{{Lost}}'' video game, "Via Domus," is non-canon, some elements Many of the characters in ''Film/WarCraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game were created by (from which the pair movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were originally intended to be actually named in the show before being thrown into original game. Most of the game instead. However, despite this claim, some of these "official" elements have ended up conflicting with the show's later seasons. The biggest example is the "[[NoodleIncident Incident]] Room," the room behind the concrete wall in the hatch. The room was intended to be shown in the series but wasn't, and the design was given to the developers to be other characters used in the game.
** However, this room ended up conflicting with
movie only appeared in the show's portrayal of second game or its expansion at the actual "Incident." earliest.
** The most extreme example is perhaps Alodi, introduced in the manga as the very first Guardian, he wasn't even mentioned in World of Warcraft until he got an Artifact named after him in Legion, and he [[GenderFlip (or rather she)]] was the one who [[spoiler: reveals that Medivh brought the orcs into Azeroth.]]
*** Similarly, Durotan and Draka's first canon appearance was in the novel ''Literature/LordOfTheClans'', which came out just before ''Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos''.
** Orgrim is an interesting example.
In the game, Orc Campaign (which was the room contains a large, busted generator with electricity flowing through it, implying canon ending for the "Incident" was some sort of electromagnetic generator failure. However, first Warcraft) the show's portrayal of player character becomes the "Incident" was much different: it occurred while [[spoiler:the hatch was still under construction]], involved [[spoiler:a drill hitting a pocket of electromagnetic energy]], Warchief. In the second game and possibly [[spoiler:Juliet detonating a hydrogen bomb over onwards the orc that pocket]]. No room or generator did this was involved.named Orgrim Doomhammer. Depending on your interpretation of canon, he's either the player character of Orcs and Humans (which would disqualify him from this trope), or was retconned in.


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* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.* The [[ComicBook/DarkwingDuck comic book continuation]] of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' featured a story called "The Terror of the Time Turtle", which was written by original series creator Tad Stones and introduces a new villain called Chronoduck.
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26th Jul '16 3:58:46 PM DaibhidC
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* Creator/DouglasAdams always added things and changed continuities in ''Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''. Since the basic work has seen light in ''eight'' media -- radio drama (which came first), [=LPs=], novels, stage productions (which introduced the dish of the day), TV series (which added the food on the Vogon ship, and the important detail that Arthur had been wearing his bathrobe the whole time), video games (which added lots of backstory and the CatchPhrase "Show No Tea to the door"), a comic, and a film -- this example is particularly famous. Although the film was made after his death, most of the plot-altering elements added to the film (the character Humma Kavula, the Point-of-View gun, the little things that pop up whenever you have an idea on the Vogon homeworld, etc.) were thought up by Adams himself.

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* Creator/DouglasAdams always added things and changed continuities in ''Radio/TheHitchhikersGuideToTheGalaxy''. Since the basic work has seen light in ''eight'' media -- radio drama (which came first), [=LPs=], novels, novels (which added Hotblack Desiato and the Disaster Area stunt ship), stage productions (which introduced the dish of the day), TV series (which added the food on the Vogon ship, and the important detail that Arthur had been wearing his bathrobe the whole time), video games (which added lots of backstory and the CatchPhrase "Show No Tea to the door"), a comic, and a film -- this example is particularly famous. Although the film was made after his death, most of the plot-altering elements added to the film (the character Humma Kavula, the Point-of-View gun, the little things that pop up whenever you have an idea on the Vogon homeworld, etc.) were thought up by Adams himself.
26th Jul '16 12:18:54 PM ecuvulle6267
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* ''Manga/SgtFrog'': Katoyama Kiko, a human mecha designer who joined the Keron Army for a while, and also Mois' friends, girls with similar missions to judge and destroy planets, like Maya, Luz and New, who appear in one story of the last season of the original anime, were all created by Mine Yoshizaki but have made no appearances in the manga at all, not even in small cameos.
2nd Jul '16 1:22:29 AM Shadao
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* Many of the characters in ''Film/WarCraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Gul'Dan, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.
** The most extreme example is perhaps Alodi, introduced in the manga as the very first Guardian, he wasn't even mentioned in World of Warcraft until he got an Artifact named after him in Legion, and he [[GenderFlip (or rather she)]] plays a part in [[spoiler:resolving
*** Similarly, Durotan and Draka's first canon appearance was a book released just before Burning Crusade.

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* Many of the characters in ''Film/WarCraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Gul'Dan, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.
** The most extreme example is perhaps Alodi, introduced in the manga as the very first Guardian, he wasn't even mentioned in World of Warcraft until he got an Artifact named after him in Legion, and he [[GenderFlip (or rather she)]] plays a part in [[spoiler:resolving
was the one who [[spoiler: reveals that Medivh brought the orcs into Azeroth.]]
*** Similarly, Durotan and Draka's first canon appearance was a book released in the novel ''Literature/LordOfTheClans'', which came out just before Burning Crusade.''Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos''.
1st Jul '16 5:41:30 PM DVB
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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and then removed for whatever reason, and the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored.

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Occasionally you have a character designed by the creator, but for whatever reason, isn't included in the original work, but instead turns up in an adaptation of the original work. This can at times make the fan task of establishing canon difficult. The character might not fit in the old chronology, but the WordOfGod implies they have a sort of elevated 'legitimacy'. Mostly though, this is a case of the creator feeling they had a good idea after their work was released, and finding a new chance to use it. It may also be that the character was created for the original work and then either were removed for whatever reason, and reason or there wasn't a good opportunity to introduce the character, with the adaptation is a chance for their place to be restored.
1st Jul '16 5:38:35 PM DVB
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17th Jun '16 7:07:30 AM sorin255
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* Many of the characters in ''Film/Warcraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Gul'Dan, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.

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* Many of the characters in ''Film/Warcraft'' ''Film/WarCraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Gul'Dan, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.
17th Jun '16 7:06:30 AM sorin255
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* Many of the characters in ''Film/Warcraft'' count as this, as long as we're only comparing to the first game (from which the movie is adapted), Warcraft: Orcs and Humans. Garona, Gul'Dan, Blackhand, Lothar, Llane, and Medivh, are the only characters that had appeared and were actually named in the original game. Most of the other characters used in the movie only appeared in the second game or its expansion at the earliest.
** The most extreme example is perhaps Alodi, introduced in the manga as the very first Guardian, he wasn't even mentioned in World of Warcraft until he got an Artifact named after him in Legion, and he [[GenderFlip (or rather she)]] plays a part in [[spoiler:resolving
*** Similarly, Durotan and Draka's first canon appearance was a book released just before Burning Crusade.
** Orgrim is an interesting example. In the Orc Campaign (which was the canon ending for the first Warcraft) the player character becomes the Warchief. In the second game and onwards the orc that did this was named Orgrim Doomhammer. Depending on your interpretation of canon, he's either the player character of Orcs and Humans (which would disqualify him from this trope), or was retconned in.
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