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26th Feb '17 5:41:19 PM Tavernier
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** Another ''Tamers'' tidbit is the fact that certain fans tend to take the interpretation of Digimon "biology" and generalize it to other seasons, specifically things like "Digimon have NoBiologicalSex". ''Tamers'' has no such sway over any other Digimon universe.
26th Feb '17 4:21:04 PM ArcaneAzmadi
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* After ''VideoGame/DarkSouls1'' came out, ThatOneBoss The Bed of Chaos was so poorly-received that it was said that series creator Hidetaka Miyazaki had publicly apologised for it being so bad. He actually made no such apology.
26th Feb '17 12:38:41 PM nombretomado
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** The fandom seems quite prone to this, possibly especially because the show has been canceled for quite some time now (2001) and many of its fans were in primary school then and only teenagers now. Some things are attributed to JhonenVasquez that [[WordOfSaintPaul were actually said by Steve Ressel or Eric Truehart]], and then there's a lot of things that weren't said anywhere except perhaps in some particularly influential fanfic. Dib being an {{artificial|Human}} creation of Professor Membrane's is an example of the former, Zim being "16 in Irken years" is an example of the latter.

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** The fandom seems quite prone to this, possibly especially because the show has been canceled for quite some time now (2001) and many of its fans were in primary school then and only teenagers now. Some things are attributed to JhonenVasquez Creator/JhonenVasquez that [[WordOfSaintPaul were actually said by Steve Ressel or Eric Truehart]], and then there's a lot of things that weren't said anywhere except perhaps in some particularly influential fanfic. Dib being an {{artificial|Human}} creation of Professor Membrane's is an example of the former, Zim being "16 in Irken years" is an example of the latter.
15th Feb '17 2:57:29 PM PurpleWarrior13
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** There's some debate if Naoko really did approve of the English voice cast for the Viz redub. Viz themselves only say the "creator" approved them. Some believe they were actually referring to Toei. In addition, there's the longstanding rumor that Naoko hated the 90s anime dub, and that influenced the the prevention of the final season making it over. There's really no evidence one way or the other, although she did once directly complain at DiC's slow pace of bringing the show to the US, and supposedly thought Jill Frappier's performance of Luna was interesting, while finding Usagi/Serena's voice too deep.
11th Feb '17 3:46:05 AM PsychoGecko
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* Happens quite often to the US Constitution, to the point that one of the major debates of American legal philosophy concentrates on what was or was not the "original intent" of the Founders who wrote it.

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* Happens quite often to the US Constitution, to the point that one of the major debates of American legal philosophy concentrates on what was or was not the "original intent" of the Founders who wrote it.it, even despite multiple other writings such as personal letters or the Federalist and Antfederalist papers clarifying the views of the Founders.
20th Dec '16 11:04:02 AM Berrenta
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* Thanks to the rather vehement BrokenBase surrounding ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', it has been persistently reported that Yoshio Sakamoto declared the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' games to be CanonDiscontinuity, a talking point that frequently factors into arguments that he is taking ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' down the wrong path. In reality, he has said that he considers them to be fully canonical side-stories; the closest any statement has come to declaring the ''Prime'' games non-canon is him admitting he didn't specifically factor them into the plot of ''Other M''. It turned into a NoExceptYes moment when his canon for ''Other M'' turned out to be largely incompatible with the ''Prime'' series.

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* Thanks to the rather vehement BrokenBase surrounding ''VideoGame/MetroidOtherM'', it has been persistently reported that Yoshio Sakamoto declared the ''VideoGame/MetroidPrime'' games to be CanonDiscontinuity, a talking point that frequently factors into arguments that he is taking ''Franchise/{{Metroid}}'' down the wrong path. In reality, he has said that he considers them to be fully canonical side-stories; the closest any statement has come to declaring the ''Prime'' games non-canon is him admitting he didn't specifically factor them into the plot of ''Other M''. It turned into a NoExceptYes ByNoIMeanYes moment when his canon for ''Other M'' turned out to be largely incompatible with the ''Prime'' series.
19th Dec '16 10:14:16 AM Cannox
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* ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' fanbase is extremely bad for this, often believing fan videos or theories to be factual. A particularly bad example is the fans claiming, "The Purple Man is named Vincent" because a Tumblr user used that name in their artwork (Purple Man has never been given a canon name by Scott). Other examples include WebShow/{{Game Theory}}'s videos being the canon lore, Foxy being a good guy who tries to ''warn'' the player about the other animatronics and ''accidentally'' causes them to die of fright, or the that the Puppet is the ghost of a grieving mother because of the lyrics in ''The Living Tombstone's'' music video.

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* ''VideoGame/FiveNightsAtFreddys'' fanbase is extremely bad for this, often believing fan videos or theories to be factual. A particularly bad example is the fans claiming, "The Purple Man is named Vincent" because a Tumblr user used that name in their artwork (Purple Man has never been given a canon name by Scott).artwork. Other examples include WebShow/{{Game Theory}}'s videos being the canon lore, Foxy being a good guy who tries to ''warn'' the player about the other animatronics and ''accidentally'' causes them to die of fright, or the that the Puppet is the ghost of a grieving mother because of the lyrics in ''The Living Tombstone's'' music video.
4th Dec '16 7:04:28 AM MyFinalEdits
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** A few Naruto/Sakura shippers claimed that Kishimoto had confirmed in an interview that Naruto and Sakura's relationship was directly based upon his and his wife's, in reality during the [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interview/2015-10-14/masashi-kishimoto-at-new-york-comic-con/.94186 interview]] when asked if his relationship was more similar to Naruto/Hinata than Sasuke/Sakura, he answers "it might not actually be like either", then when comparing Hinata to his wife he describes the latter as "strong", then it's ''the interviewer'' who suggests that Sakura is more similar to Kishimoto's wife personality-wise (Naruto's relationship with Sakura is not even mentioned).
*** Adding to the confusion, he did at one point say a couple was based on his relationship with his wife, however he was referring to two posthumous characters, namely Naruto's parents.

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** A few Naruto/Sakura shippers claimed that Kishimoto had confirmed in an interview that Naruto and Sakura's relationship was directly based upon his and his wife's, in reality during the [[http://www.animenewsnetwork.com/interview/2015-10-14/masashi-kishimoto-at-new-york-comic-con/.94186 interview]] when asked if his relationship was more similar to Naruto/Hinata than Sasuke/Sakura, he answers "it might not actually be like either", then when comparing Hinata to his wife he describes the latter as "strong", then it's ''the interviewer'' who suggests that Sakura is more similar to Kishimoto's wife personality-wise (Naruto's relationship with Sakura is not even mentioned).
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4th Dec '16 1:15:14 AM floral_hippo
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*** Adding to the confusion, he did at one point say a couple was based on his relationship with his wife, however he was referring to two post humous characters, namely Naruto's parents.

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*** Adding to the confusion, he did at one point say a couple was based on his relationship with his wife, however he was referring to two post humous posthumous characters, namely Naruto's parents.
28th Nov '16 6:04:14 PM nombretomado
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* Due to the complicated mess that resulted in the wake of Creator/LSpragueDeCamp's additions to the ''ConanTheBarbarian'' mythos, many things which were introduced with De Camp or others are mistakenly attributed to Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan. Some of these include:

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* Due to the complicated mess that resulted in the wake of Creator/LSpragueDeCamp's additions to the ''ConanTheBarbarian'' ''Franchise/ConanTheBarbarian'' mythos, many things which were introduced with De Camp or others are mistakenly attributed to Robert E. Howard, the creator of Conan. Some of these include:
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