History Main / JustifiedTrope

23rd Jul '17 5:27:39 PM Dingbot
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* The protagonist uses a [[PowerGlows glowy sword]] because he fights [[LivingShadow sentient shadows]].
* [[EveryCarIsAPinto The car blew up upon crashing]] because of the nitroglycerin that was put in the trunk in an earlier episode as part of a ploy to blast through a bank vault.

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* The protagonist uses a [[PowerGlows glowy sword]] sword because he fights [[LivingShadow sentient shadows]].
* [[EveryCarIsAPinto The car blew up upon crashing]] crashing because of the nitroglycerin that was put in the trunk in an earlier episode as part of a ploy to blast through a bank vault.



* The protagonist uses a glowy sword because the power source is leaky ([[FridgeLogic but wait, shouldn't that cause other problems? We also know that he has the tools to fix it!]]).
* The car blew up upon being shot because the shooter aimed for the gas tank and said he used tracer rounds ([[FridgeLogic but wait, why would he have tracer rounds in his service pistol?]]).

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* The protagonist uses a glowy sword because the power source is leaky ([[FridgeLogic but wait, shouldn't that cause other problems? We also know that he has the tools to fix it!]]).
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* The car blew up upon being shot because the shooter aimed for the gas tank and said he used tracer rounds ([[FridgeLogic but (but wait, why would he have tracer rounds in his service pistol?]]).
pistol?)
20th Jun '17 9:45:27 AM Mdjj1996
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* The protagonist uses a [[PowerGlows glowy sword]] because he fights sentient shadows.

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* The protagonist uses a [[PowerGlows glowy sword]] because he fights [[LivingShadow sentient shadows.shadows]].
22nd Jan '17 7:19:24 PM Ebrbfureh
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A justified {{trope}} is one which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is "justified" if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.

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A justified {{trope}} is one which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is "justified" if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise story--otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.
11th Jul '16 9:49:54 AM nyuszika7h
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A justified {{trope}} is one which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is [[JustifiedTrope "justified"]] if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.

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A justified {{trope}} is one which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is [[JustifiedTrope "justified"]] "justified" if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.
17th Jul '15 4:32:16 AM VVK
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Remember that a trope being justified is not about it ultimately being good or bad or effective or ineffective - it's about whether or not it ''makes sense from an in-universe point of view''. A trope can be perfectly justified and still ruin a show. Contrarily, a trope may be completely unjustified and [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality make the story better]]. [[TropesAreNotBad Do not assume that the existence of a trope is inherently a sign of]] bad writing.

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Remember that a trope being justified is not about it ultimately being good or bad or effective or ineffective - -- it's about whether or not it ''makes sense from an in-universe point of view''. A trope can be perfectly justified and still ruin a show. Contrarily, a trope may be completely unjustified and [[AcceptableBreaksFromReality make the story better]]. [[TropesAreNotBad Do not assume that the existence of a trope is inherently a sign of]] bad writing.
10th Sep '14 12:04:55 PM justanid
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->''"Thank God we created the, [[BuffySpeak you know... whatever... device]]."''
-->-- '''Jeff Megall''', ''ThankYouForSmoking''
6th Apr '14 11:43:00 PM luberdot
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A justified {{trope}} is one in which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is [[JustifiedTrope "justified"]] if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.

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A justified {{trope}} is one in which, in its common usage, runs counter to the normal laws of logic and probability but in a particular instance has a concrete reason InUniverse for applying to the story. In other words, a trope is [[JustifiedTrope "justified"]] if it is ''required'' by other pre-existing elements in the story -- otherwise the explanation is a HandWave.
30th Jan '14 4:00:39 PM AtmosBlitzer
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Now, how would these same scenarios look if the justifications were [[HandWave Hand Waves]] requiring you [[MST3KMantra to turn your brain off]]?

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Now, how would these same scenarios look if the justifications were [[HandWave Hand Waves]] requiring that [[VoodooShark raise more questions]] and require you [[MST3KMantra to turn your brain off]]?
22nd Oct '13 6:51:32 AM SeptimusHeap
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Don't put any examples here. Wicks on other pages '''[[InUniverseExamplesOnly must be in-universe]]''' and also [[Administrivia/ExamplesAreNotArguable Not Arguable]]. (That is, when writing one, resist the temptation to use WeaselWords like "possibly" "probably," "somewhat" or "part[ial]ly") If you want to see examples, you'll have to look for them elsewhere. Or you could go into the PlayingWithWiki for hypothetical examples.

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Don't put any examples here. Wicks on other pages '''[[InUniverseExamplesOnly '''[[Administrivia/InUniverseExamplesOnly must be in-universe]]''' and also [[Administrivia/ExamplesAreNotArguable Not Arguable]]. (That is, when writing one, resist the temptation to use WeaselWords like "possibly" "probably," "somewhat" or "part[ial]ly") If you want to see examples, you'll have to look for them elsewhere. Or you could go into the PlayingWithWiki for hypothetical examples.
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