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25th Aug '16 11:53:06 PM AlternativeCola
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** Fans correctly predicted that [[spoiler:Alain was in fact working with Team Flare]].
24th Aug '16 10:35:50 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': A FreezeFrameBonus in "The Waste of Time" showing [[spoiler: a NASA space monkey with a facial structure suspiciously similar to Lord Hater's]] allowed fans to piece together [[spoiler: Lord Hater's]] [[WasOnceAMan back]][[ApesInSpace story]] several months before the series finale more or less confirmed it in TheStinger.
24th Aug '16 10:34:33 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': The identity of the Author of the Journals is one of, if not THE biggest mystery on the show. [[spoiler:One of the more common fan theories is that he's Stan's long-lost twin brother--and possibly the grandfather of the Pines twins. Midway through season two, the ''former'' was confirmed to be true (turns out the Author was stuck inside whatever dimension the Universal Portal leads to for the last thirty years). It's still unknown if the Author ([[WildMassGuessing or possibly Grunkle Stan]]) is actually Dipper and Mabel's grandfather, or if Stan and the Author have at least ''one'' other brother who is Dipper and Mabel's paternal grandfather]].
** A later episode [[spoiler: "A Tale of Two Stans" Not only confirms that both are Dipper and Mabel's Great Uncles, but also confirms a popular theory that they are both named "Stan", Stanley and Stanford. Even going so far as to confirm that the Stan the kids have been living with is Stanley, not Stanford like they originally thought. This was based on Stan's Vanity Plate saying "STNLYMBL". To avoid confusion (both for the kids and for the viewers) they still call the Stan they have been living with Grunkle Stan, with the author being Grunkle Ford.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'': The identity of the Author of the Journals is was one of, if not THE of the biggest mystery mysteries on the show. show, and the focus of the first half of season two. [[spoiler:One of the more common fan theories is was that he's Stan's long-lost twin brother--and possibly the grandfather of the Pines twins. brother. Midway through season two, the ''former'' was confirmed to be true (turns out true, and that an incident with the Author was portal had him stuck inside whatever dimension traveling the Universal Portal leads to multiverse for the last thirty years). It's still unknown if the Author ([[WildMassGuessing or possibly Grunkle Stan]]) is actually Dipper and Mabel's grandfather, or if Stan and the Author have at least ''one'' other brother who is Dipper and Mabel's paternal grandfather]].
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years. The following episode [[spoiler: "A Tale of Two Stans" Not only confirms that both are Dipper and Mabel's Great Uncles, but also confirms went on to confirm a popular theory that they are both named "Stan", Stanley and Stanford. Even going so far as to confirm that the Stan the kids have been living with is Stanley, not Stanford like they originally thought. This was based on Stan's Vanity Plate saying "STNLYMBL". To avoid confusion (both for the kids both in-universe and for the viewers) they still call viewers, the Stan they have been living with is still called Grunkle Stan, with the author being Grunkle Ford.]]



** One of the longest-running fan theories on the show was that of the mysterious 'Pink Diamond', an apparent Homeworld leader who seems to have disappeared from records during the war. The episodes "Earthlings" and "Back to the Moon" [[spoiler:not only confirm that Pink Diamond did in fact exist (and was the leader of the Earth colony), but reveal that [[BrokenPedestal Rose was responsible for shattering Pink Diamond]], another common piece of fan speculation.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': A FreezeFrameBonus in "The Waste of Time" showing [[spoiler: a NASA space monkey with a facial structure suspiciously similar to Lord Hater's]] allowed fans to piece together [[spoiler: Lord Hater's]] [[WasOnceAMan back]][[ApesInSpace story]] several months before the series finale more or less confirmed it.

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** One of the longest-running fan theories on the show was that of the a mysterious 'Pink Diamond', an apparent Homeworld leader who seems to have disappeared from records during the war. The episodes "Earthlings" and "Back to the Moon" [[spoiler:not only confirm that Pink Diamond did in fact exist (and was the leader of the Earth colony), but reveal that [[BrokenPedestal Rose was responsible for shattering Pink Diamond]], another common piece of fan speculation.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'': A FreezeFrameBonus in "The Waste of Time" showing [[spoiler: a NASA space monkey with a facial structure suspiciously similar to Lord Hater's]] allowed fans to piece together [[spoiler: Lord Hater's]] [[WasOnceAMan back]][[ApesInSpace story]] several months before the series finale more or less confirmed it.it in TheStinger.
13th Aug '16 11:52:31 AM nombretomado
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** Show of hands: who else guessed that [[spoiler:Ku Fei]]'s Pactio artifact could [[spoiler:grow to ridiculous proportions ala [[DGrayman Lavi's hammer]]]]?

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** Show of hands: who else guessed that [[spoiler:Ku Fei]]'s Pactio artifact could [[spoiler:grow to ridiculous proportions ala [[DGrayman [[Manga/DGrayman Lavi's hammer]]]]?



* The ''DGrayMan'' fanbase has been making jokes for ages about why [[BigBad the Millennium Earl]] [[HatShop wears hats all the time]]. Bunny ears were suggested... as were horns. Cue chapter 187...

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* The ''DGrayMan'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' fanbase has been making jokes for ages about why [[BigBad the Millennium Earl]] [[HatShop wears hats all the time]]. Bunny ears were suggested... as were horns. Cue chapter 187...
13th Aug '16 10:49:07 AM GoldenKeyblade
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** One of the longest-running fan theories on the show was that of the mysterious 'Pink Diamond', an apparent Homeworld leader who seems to have disappeared from records during the war. The episodes "Earthlings" and "Back to the Moon" [[spoiler:not only confirm that Pink Diamond did in fact exist (and was the leader of the Earth colony), but reveal that [[BrokenPedestal Rose was responsible for shattering Pink Diamond]], another common piece of fan speculation.]]
13th Aug '16 9:54:59 AM nombretomado
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** One artist on DeviantArt, after the episode "Friend Ship", created [[http://willshackattack.deviantart.com/art/Steven-Universe-Peridot-s-Armor-Theory-548965833 this picture]] under the idea that [[spoiler: Peridot's hands & feet were actually high-tech armor attached to her actual hands & feet and that she was much shorter without them]], noting her body seems out of proportion for a humanoid. Sure enough, it was confirmed true in "Catch and Release".

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** One artist on DeviantArt, Website/DeviantArt, after the episode "Friend Ship", created [[http://willshackattack.deviantart.com/art/Steven-Universe-Peridot-s-Armor-Theory-548965833 this picture]] under the idea that [[spoiler: Peridot's hands & feet were actually high-tech armor attached to her actual hands & feet and that she was much shorter without them]], noting her body seems out of proportion for a humanoid. Sure enough, it was confirmed true in "Catch and Release".
31st Jul '16 9:56:41 PM Tabs
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It's well known that [[EpilepticTrees wild fan's theories]] are prone to being {{Jossed}}.

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It's well known that [[EpilepticTrees wild fan's fans' theories]] are prone to being {{Jossed}}.
27th Jul '16 4:17:05 AM leraluna
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** The season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: [[spoiler:Jon Snow is not Ned Starkís son; he is Lyannaís, and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was to keep Jonís identity secret. The other half of the theory, Rhaegar being Jonís father, was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that got series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview.]]

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** The season 6 finale gives us a ''big'' one: [[spoiler:Jon Snow is not Ned Starkís son; he is Lyannaís, and the promise Ned made to Lyanna was to keep Jonís identity secret. The other half of the theory, Rhaegar being Jonís father, was subsequently [[https://web.archive.org/web/20160629193851/http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic confirmed]] by [[AllThereInTheManual official supplemental material]].]] This had been the subject of fan speculation literally since ''Literature/AGameOfThrones'' came out. [[spoiler:And in fact, knowing the identity of Jonís true mother was the piece of information that got series showrunners David Benioff and Dan Weiss the job. Itís a MomentOfAwesome for them that they managed to keep this a secret for as long as they did, burning on the inside as they must have been to reveal it. Note that Jon not being Nedís biological son had already been all but confirmed years earlier by WordOfSaintPaul, as Creator/SeanBean had let it slip in an interview.interview, while Creator/AlfieAllen teased that Jon's parentage involved a Luke Skywalker-like plot. Luke was raised by his uncle, unaware of his origins.]]
26th Jul '16 6:50:18 PM Wyldchyld
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** The Black Trailer introduces Blake hijacking a train to a song about opposing human subjugation and running away from her partner at the end of it. Episode 1's new report on the White Fang rioting during a faunus rights rally immediately made fans conclude that Blake was an ex-White Fang faunus and that her bow was hiding cat ears. She wasn't introduced until Episode 2. Volume 1's finale confirmed the theory.

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** The Black Trailer introduces Blake hijacking a train to a song about opposing human subjugation and running away from her partner at the end of it. Episode 1's new news report on the White Fang rioting during a faunus rights rally immediately made fans conclude that Blake was an ex-White Fang faunus and that her bow was hiding cat ears. She wasn't introduced until Episode 2. Volume 1's finale confirmed the theory.
26th Jul '16 6:49:33 PM Wyldchyld
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': During Episode 1, a background news report mentions that a peaceful faunus rights rally was ruined by militant White Fang elements. Although Blake enters the story during Episode 2, the Black Trailer focuses on her hijacking a train to a song about fighting against human subjugation. Episode 1 therefore sparked the immediate theory that Blake was a faunus, her black bow was hiding cat ears and that she was ex-White Fang. The Volume finale confirmed all parts of the theory were correct.
** In Volume 3, "Heroes and Monsters" confirmed that General Ironwood [[spoiler: has a prosthetics right arm. It was expanded to not only his right arm, but about the whole right side of his body.]]
** Sadly, as some fans said (sometimes jokingly), in the volume 3 finale [[spoiler: Pyrrha died]]
** The Volume 3 finale confirmed that Cinder [[spoiler: is not the big villain of the series, as Salem shows up, revealing herself to be the GreaterScopeVillain and implied to be Cinder's master.]]

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'': During Episode 1, a background news report mentions that a peaceful faunus rights rally was ruined by militant White Fang elements. Although Blake enters the story during Episode 2, the ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'':
** The
Black Trailer focuses on her introduces Blake hijacking a train to a song about fighting against opposing human subjugation. subjugation and running away from her partner at the end of it. Episode 1 therefore sparked 1's new report on the immediate theory White Fang rioting during a faunus rights rally immediately made fans conclude that Blake was a faunus, an ex-White Fang faunus and that her black bow was hiding cat ears and that she was ex-White Fang. The ears. She wasn't introduced until Episode 2. Volume 1's finale confirmed all parts of the theory were correct.
theory.
** In Volume 3, "Heroes and Monsters" confirmed that General Ironwood [[spoiler: has is based off the Tin Man, and he wears a prosthetics white glove on his right hand. Fans immediately assumed he had a cybernetic right arm. It was expanded Volume 3 confirms this to not only his right arm, but about be true. [[spoiler:However, fans hadn't expected the whole entire right side of his body.body to be cybernetic.]]
** Sadly, as some fans said (sometimes jokingly), The myth of Achilles being killed in his only vulnerable spot - an arrow through the ankle - is very well known. Fans always assumed that Pyrrha, who was inspired by Achilles, would share his fate. She is eventually shot through the ankle with an arrow to restrict her movements, leading to her first defeat in the volume 3 finale show. [[spoiler: Once Cinder has restricted her movements, she then kills Pyrrha died]]
** The Volume 3 finale confirmed that Cinder [[spoiler: is not
with an arrow to the big villain heart.]]
** Plenty
of fans expected the series, as Salem shows up, revealing herself Female Narrator of Episode 1 to be the GreaterScopeVillain mysterious Queen, Ozpin's personal nemesis, and implied the true BigBad who is in charge of Cinder. Salem is revealed at the end of Volume 3 and is indeed the true villain and Ozpin's personal nemesis. [[spoiler:Part of the fandom also speculated that humanoid Grimm existed, so Salem's appearance being exactly that also didn't come as a surprise to be Cinder's master.those fans.]]
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