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17th Nov '17 8:35:01 AM JulianLapostat
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* ''Literature/TheSagaOfSevenSuns'' is this, being narrated in the same manner as ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. In fact, the main differences between the two series are that Seven Suns features significantly less pornographic scenes and significantly more advanced technology.

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* ''Literature/TheSagaOfSevenSuns'' is this, being narrated in the same manner as ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. In fact, the main differences between the two series are that Seven Suns features significantly less pornographic scenes and ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'', albeit its setting has significantly more advanced technology.
17th Nov '17 6:06:20 AM kasperow
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads, such as the Night's Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the arena where most of the characters' stories take
place.

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads, such as the Night's Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the arena where most of the characters' stories take
take place.
17th Nov '17 6:05:23 AM kasperow
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads, such as the Night's Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the arena where most of the characters' stories take place.

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads, such as the Night's Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the arena where most of the characters' stories take place.take
place.
* ''Literature/TheSagaOfSevenSuns'' is this, being narrated in the same manner as ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire''. In fact, the main differences between the two series are that Seven Suns features significantly less pornographic scenes and significantly more advanced technology.
27th Aug '17 10:09:15 AM jamespolk
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27th Aug '17 10:08:25 AM jamespolk
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* ''Theatre/LaRonde'': The play consists of ten scenes. Each scene in the play is linked by one character who is also in the next scene. For example, the first scene is between a streetwalker and a soldier, the next is between the soldier and a parlor maid, and the next is between the parlor maid and her employer, a young gentleman. The play works its way back around to the streetwalker in the last scene, completing the circle, or "la ronde."
25th Aug '17 6:56:06 PM Vilui
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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads: the Night's Watch, Essos rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the 7 Kingdoms which is the arena comprised of most of the characters.

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* ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' by Creator/GeorgeRRMartin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads: threads, such as the Night's Watch, Essos Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the 7 Kingdoms which is Seven Kingdoms, the arena comprised of where most of the characters. characters' stories take place.
19th Jul '17 12:50:11 PM FurryKef
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* While the first ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' was fairly strightforward in how its cases were connected (they were all linked to the same international smuggling ring), the sequel's first four cases seem completely unrelated at first glance. An assassination attempt on a foreign president, a murder inside a prison, an unsolved case that was the last one Edgeworth's father took before his death, and an assault and a murder during Edgeworth's Prosecutor Investigation Committee hearing. It's only once you get to the fifth case that it's revealed they all link to the BigBad in some way. [[spoiler: The killer of the third case was the BigBad's father, who abandoned him and fled the country. He ended up in an orphanage, where he witnessesd the assassination of the president of Zheng-Fa, arranged by his body double. The body double is the president you met in the first case, having replaced the real one. The owner of the orphanage and a corrupt prosecutor were in on the assassination and helped cover it up. The orphanage owner went on to become the prison warden you meet in Case 2, and the corrupt prosecutor is the head of the PIC and the killer of Case 4. Every previous murder except Case 3's was [[TheChessmaster orchestrated]] by the BigBad to bring the conspirators he witnessed to vigilante justice.]]

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* While the first ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' was fairly strightforward in how its cases were connected (they were all linked to the same international smuggling ring), the sequel's first four cases seem completely unrelated at first glance. An assassination attempt on a foreign president, a murder inside a prison, an unsolved case that was the last one Edgeworth's father took before his death, and an assault and a murder during Edgeworth's Prosecutor Investigation Committee hearing. It's only once you get to the fifth case that it's revealed they all link to the BigBad in some way. [[spoiler: The killer of the third case was the BigBad's father, who abandoned him and fled the country. He ended up in an orphanage, where he witnessesd witnessed the assassination of the president of Zheng-Fa, arranged by his body double. The body double is the president you met in the first case, having replaced the real one. The owner of the orphanage and a corrupt prosecutor were in on the assassination and helped cover it up. The orphanage owner went on to become the prison warden you meet in Case 2, and the corrupt prosecutor is the head of the PIC and the killer of Case 4. Every previous murder except Case 3's was [[TheChessmaster orchestrated]] by the BigBad to bring the conspirators he witnessed to vigilante justice.]]
19th Jul '17 12:46:49 PM FurryKef
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* While the first ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' was fairly strightforward in how its cases were connected (they were all linked to the same international smuggling ring), the sequel's first four cases seem completley unrelated at first glance. An assassination attempt on a foreign president, a murder inside a prison, an unsolved case that was the last one Edgeworth's father took before his death, and an assault and a murder during Edgeworth's Prosecutor Investigation Committee hearing. It's only once you get to the fifth case that it's revealed they all link to the BigBad in some way. [[spoiler: The killer of the third case was the BigBad's father, who abandoned him and fled the country. He ended up in an orphanage, where he witnessesd the assassination of the president of Zheng-Fa, arranged by his body double. The body double is the president you met in the first case, having replaced the real one. The owner of the orphanage and a corrupt prosecutor were in on the assassination and helped cover it up. The orphanage owner went on to become the prison warden you meet in Case 2, and the corrupt prosecutor is the head of the PIC and the killer of Case 4. Every previous murder except Case 3's was [[TheChessmaster orchestrated]] by the BigBad to bring the conspirators he witnessed to vigilante justice.]]

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* While the first ''VisualNovel/AceAttorneyInvestigations'' was fairly strightforward in how its cases were connected (they were all linked to the same international smuggling ring), the sequel's first four cases seem completley completely unrelated at first glance. An assassination attempt on a foreign president, a murder inside a prison, an unsolved case that was the last one Edgeworth's father took before his death, and an assault and a murder during Edgeworth's Prosecutor Investigation Committee hearing. It's only once you get to the fifth case that it's revealed they all link to the BigBad in some way. [[spoiler: The killer of the third case was the BigBad's father, who abandoned him and fled the country. He ended up in an orphanage, where he witnessesd the assassination of the president of Zheng-Fa, arranged by his body double. The body double is the president you met in the first case, having replaced the real one. The owner of the orphanage and a corrupt prosecutor were in on the assassination and helped cover it up. The orphanage owner went on to become the prison warden you meet in Case 2, and the corrupt prosecutor is the head of the PIC and the killer of Case 4. Every previous murder except Case 3's was [[TheChessmaster orchestrated]] by the BigBad to bring the conspirators he witnessed to vigilante justice.]]
18th Jul '17 3:06:27 PM Twiddler
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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E23TheCutieMarkChronicles The Cutie Mark Chonicles]]", each of the Mane Six ponies relates the story of how she discovered her special talent in life and earned her Cutie Mark. It turns out that [[spoiler:Rainbow Dash unwittingly had a hoof in helping the other five discover their destinies]].

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' episode "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E23TheCutieMarkChronicles The Cutie Mark Chonicles]]", Chronicles]]", each of the Mane Six ponies relates the story of how she discovered her special talent in life and earned her Cutie Mark. It turns out that [[spoiler:Rainbow Dash unwittingly had a hoof in helping the other five discover their destinies]].
10th Jun '17 10:43:45 AM nombretomado
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* ''TheWire'' is a Hyperlink Story. Every named character, and some that aren't named, eventually affect the overall plot in some meaningful way.

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* ''TheWire'' ''Series/TheWire'' is a Hyperlink Story. Every named character, and some that aren't named, eventually affect the overall plot in some meaningful way.
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