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25th Jun '17 2:46:12 PM NESBoy
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has references to "Techno-Soldiers" replacing human agents of Shinra early in the game, but is never elaborated on and is forgotten once Sephiroth is introduced into the game. It is believed by many fans that the ''original'' plot of the game would have revolved around a TurnedAgainstTheirMasters scenario, which was abandoned in favor of Sephiroth. The techno-soldiers themselves finally turned up in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', and even ''that game'''s storyline is LeftHanging with its secret ending, [[spoiler:where [[Creator/{{Gackt}} Genesis]] [[EarlyBirdCameo Rhapsodos]] appears in a cave and flies away with Weiss in his arms, his motives and goals still unknown. [[VideoGame/CrisisCore And the next game he appears in is a prequel.]]]]

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has references to "Techno-Soldiers" replacing human agents of Shinra early in the game, but is never elaborated on and is forgotten once Sephiroth is introduced into the game. It is believed by many fans that the ''original'' plot of the game would have revolved around a TurnedAgainstTheirMasters scenario, which was abandoned in favor of Sephiroth. The techno-soldiers themselves finally turned up in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', and even ''that game'''s storyline is LeftHanging an example of this trope with its secret ending, [[spoiler:where [[Creator/{{Gackt}} Genesis]] [[EarlyBirdCameo Rhapsodos]] appears in a cave and flies away with Weiss in his arms, his motives and goals still unknown. [[VideoGame/CrisisCore And the next game he appears in is a prequel.]]]]



* ''[[VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II]]'' ends with Darth Vader captured by the Rebellion and the Rebel fleet makes the jump into hyperspace, little knowing that Boba Fett is following them. Unfortunately, the lack of sales, combined with Creator/LucasArts closing in 2013, suggests that it's not going to be resolved any time soon.

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* ''[[VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II]]'' ends with Darth Vader captured by the Rebellion and the Rebel fleet makes the jump into hyperspace, little knowing that Boba Fett is following them. Unfortunately, the lack of sales, combined with Creator/LucasArts closing in 2013, suggests that it's not going to be resolved any time soon. At least Vader is somehow SavedByCanon.
13th Jun '17 8:02:27 PM TheDeadSkin
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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has references to "Techno-Soldiers" replacing human agents of Shinra early in the game, but is never elaborated on and is forgotten once Sephiroth is introduced into the game. It is believed by many fans that the ''original'' plot of the game would have revolved around a TurnedAgainstTheirMasters scenario, which was abandoned in favor of Sephiroth. The techno-soldiers themselves finally turned up in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', and even ''that game'''s storyline is LeftHanging with its secret ending, [[spoiler: with Genesis, who [[TheBusCameBack somehow comes back after being absent for the entirety of FFVII's storyline]] and taking Weiss and flying off to somewhere, his goals and motives remain unknown]].

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* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII'' has references to "Techno-Soldiers" replacing human agents of Shinra early in the game, but is never elaborated on and is forgotten once Sephiroth is introduced into the game. It is believed by many fans that the ''original'' plot of the game would have revolved around a TurnedAgainstTheirMasters scenario, which was abandoned in favor of Sephiroth. The techno-soldiers themselves finally turned up in ''VideoGame/DirgeOfCerberus'', and even ''that game'''s storyline is LeftHanging with its secret ending, [[spoiler: [[spoiler:where [[Creator/{{Gackt}} Genesis]] [[EarlyBirdCameo Rhapsodos]] appears in a cave and flies away with Genesis, who [[TheBusCameBack somehow comes back after being absent for the entirety of FFVII's storyline]] and taking Weiss and flying off to somewhere, in his goals and arms, his motives remain unknown]].and goals still unknown. [[VideoGame/CrisisCore And the next game he appears in is a prequel.]]]]
22nd May '17 12:57:36 AM Ninja857142
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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' ends in this manner, with all of the plot threads that had been developed over the last few years being abandoned in favor of an ending that had been planned out years ago. The credits released six months later do tie up a lot of them, though.

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* ''{{Webcomic/Homestuck}}'' ends in this manner, with all of the plot threads that had been developed over the last few years being abandoned in favor of an ending that had been planned out years ago. The credits released six months later do tie up a lot number of them, though.
16th May '17 2:13:31 PM BabyM
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* The Season 2 finale of ''Series/{{Rosewood}}'' came right up to the edge of resolving the UnresolvedSexualTension between the main characters.

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* The Season 2 {{Cliffhanger}} finale of ''Series/{{Rosewood}}'' came right up to the edge of resolving the UnresolvedSexualTension between the main characters.characters. Since there will be no Season 3, we'll never know what would have happened.
16th May '17 2:11:04 PM BabyM
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* The Season 2 finale of ''Series/{{Rosewood}}'' came right up to the edge of resolving the UnresolvedSexualTension between the main characters.
3rd May '17 9:30:34 PM TaylorHyuuga
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* In [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/VisualNovel/DaiGyakutenSaibanNaruhodouRyuunosukeNoBouken The Great Ace Attorney]], there are many questions left unanswered. What Asougi's mission was, why [[spoiler:Jezail murdered Watson, what Megundal's plan with the government secrets was, who betrayed van Zieks and why, how Susato knows of the ''Hounds of the Baskervilles'', and why Holmes forbade it from being published, why Asougi, Gregson, and Watson were mentioned in the government secrets, and who the fourth person mentioned, A. Sasha, is.]]
30th Apr '17 8:13:12 PM Abodos
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild'' has a player-dependent example players who refuse to take their time and decide to [[SequenceBreaking rush straight to the]] FinalBoss will be able to finish the game, but won't learn anything about the world, the nature of this Link's true identity, or the role Zelda had in the backstory.
30th Apr '17 10:23:29 AM nombretomado
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* Chris Niosi may NEVER stop hearing backlash from fans about how he ended {{TvTomeAdventures}}. Granted, he WAS planning on creating a fourth season, but [[ScheduleSlip after he went to college,]] he had less time for the series and the show was cancelled. Still, most of the loose ends can be answered by scrounging Niosi's Website/DeviantArt page. It's a shame, too, since season 4 [[WhatCouldHaveBeen would have been awesome.]]

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* Chris Niosi may NEVER stop hearing backlash from fans about how he ended {{TvTomeAdventures}}.''WebAnimation/TVTomeAdventures''. Granted, he WAS planning on creating a fourth season, but [[ScheduleSlip after he went to college,]] he had less time for the series and the show was cancelled. Still, most of the loose ends can be answered by scrounging Niosi's Website/DeviantArt page. It's a shame, too, since season 4 [[WhatCouldHaveBeen would have been awesome.]]
13th Apr '17 6:24:56 AM Doug86
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* TheBBC's [[Series/TheTripods adaptation]] of John Christopher's ''Literature/TheTripods'' trilogy was left hanging at the end of the second series, which adapted the second book and ended with a massive cliffhanger. A third and final series had been scripted but was cancelled due to the same hostility to SF and fantasy among the BBC's leadership that saw ''Series/DoctorWho'' gradually smothered at around the same time.

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* TheBBC's Creator/TheBBC's [[Series/TheTripods adaptation]] of John Christopher's ''Literature/TheTripods'' trilogy was left hanging at the end of the second series, which adapted the second book and ended with a massive cliffhanger. A third and final series had been scripted but was cancelled due to the same hostility to SF and fantasy among the BBC's leadership that saw ''Series/DoctorWho'' gradually smothered at around the same time.
11th Mar '17 12:29:35 PM Luppercus
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* The tenth season of ''WesternAnimtion/TheSmurfs'' is about a dozen of the main characters lost in time due to magical kristal traveling from time to time. As the show was cancelled after that (generally ill-received) season it ends with a Lef Hanging as is never known whether the Smurfs did return to their original time.

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* The tenth season of ''WesternAnimtion/TheSmurfs'' is about a dozen of the main characters lost in time due to magical kristal crystals traveling from time to time. As the show was cancelled after that (generally ill-received) season it ends with a Lef Hanging as is never known whether the Smurfs did return to their original time.
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