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* InfiniteStockForSale
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* OneHourWorkweek

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* OrganizationWithUnlimitedFunding
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* Fiction500

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* InfiniteSupplies



* InfiniteSupplies



* Fiction500
* FriendsRentControl
* ImprobableFoodBudget



* ImpossiblyCoolWealth
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* ImprobableFoodBudget
* LandPoor

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* SuspiciousSpending
26th Jun '15 10:19:04 AM poi99
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* CommandAndConquerEconomy
11th May '15 9:08:01 AM poi99
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Common forms of this include:
# Financial difficulties are caused by the plot, character development, and one's enemies, not the characters' own actions. Due to a combination of the RuleOfDrama, the RuleOfFunny, and StatusQuoIsGod, A character seems to have temporary financial troubles (usually lasting one episode or less) despite being financially stable for the rest of the series, both before and after.
# A character seems to have permanent financial troubles, regardless of earnings and assets.
# A character never seems to have financial or logistics troubles unless their adversaries cause it, or when absolutely required by the plot.
# The amount of money available for a particular expenditure is independent of other expenses, income, or logical need. For example, a character seems to have funding to allow them to spend unlimited quantities of money in one or all areas of their life without any lasting consequences. May be {{lampshaded}} or {{justified|Trope}} if others begin to suspect something suspicious is going on. In extreme cases, a character seems to have wealth beyond what one might expect to be physically possible within a given economy, consuming vast fortunes in every episode without any apparent significant impact to their bottom line.
# A character is expected to accomplish a task that usually requires an investment in equipment, supplies, etc. on a budget that would normally be almost useless in that effort.
# The economy just doesn't operate on normal principles.



'''In fiction, financial difficulties are caused by the plot, character development, and one's enemies, not the characters' own actions.'''

Due to a combination of the RuleOfDrama, the RuleOfFunny, and StatusQuoIsGod, A character seems to have temporary financial troubles (usually lasting one episode or less) despite being financially stable for the rest of the series, both before and after.

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'''In fiction, financial difficulties are caused by [[index]]
Tropes where
the plot, character development, and one's enemies, not the characters' own actions.'''

Due to a combination of the RuleOfDrama, the RuleOfFunny, and StatusQuoIsGod, A character seems to have temporary
character's financial troubles (usually lasting one episode or less) despite being financially stable for the rest of the series, both before and after.are caused by something external to their own actions:



Alternately, a character seems to have permanent financial troubles, regardless of earnings and assets.

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Alternately, a character seems to have permanent Tropes where the financial troubles, regardless troubles are permanent, irrespective of earnings and assets.assets:



A character never seems to have financial or logistics troubles unless their adversaries cause it, or when absolutely required by the plot.

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A character never seems to Tropes where the characters have no financial or logistics troubles unless their adversaries or plot requirements cause it, or when absolutely required by the plot.it:



* OffScreenVillainDarkMatter.

'''In fiction, the amount of money available for a particular expenditure is independent of other expenses, income, or logical need.'''

A character seems to have funding to allow them to spend unlimited quantities of money in one or all areas of their life without any lasting consequences. May be {{lampshaded}} or {{justified|Trope}} if others begin to suspect something suspicious is going on. In extreme cases, a character seems to have wealth beyond what one might expect to be physically possible within a given economy, consuming vast fortunes in every episode without any apparent significant impact to their bottom line:

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* OffScreenVillainDarkMatter.

'''In fiction, the amount of money available for
OffScreenVillainDarkMatter

Tropes where
a particular expenditure is independent of other expenses, income, or logical need.'''

A
character seems appears to have funding to allow them be able to spend unlimited quantities of money in one or all areas of their life without any lasting consequences. May be {{lampshaded}} or {{justified|Trope}} if others begin to suspect something suspicious is going on. In extreme cases, a character seems to have wealth beyond what one might expect to be physically possible within a given economy, consuming vast fortunes in every episode without any apparent significant impact to their bottom line:consequences:



Conversely, a character is expected to accomplish a task that usually requires an investment in equipment, supplies, etc. on a budget that would normally be almost useless in that effort.

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Conversely, a Tropes where the character is expected to accomplish a task that usually requires their tasks on an investment in equipment, supplies, etc. on a unrealistically small budget that would normally be almost useless in that effort.or set of resources:



'''In fiction, the local economy need not work normally.'''

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'''In fiction, Tropes where the local economy need not doesn't work normally.'''normally:



* ArtisticLicenseEconomics



* YouFailEconomicsForever


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20th Jan '14 10:00:12 PM MsChibi
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