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17th Nov '17 4:43:32 PM ZimFan89
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' has the flashbacks to Oliver's "five years in hell" when everyone thought he was dead and he learned the skills that led to him becoming the Hood/Arrow/Green Arrow. This concludes at the end of Season 5, which brings the story [[WhereItAllBegan full circle]] with the final flashback scenes showing him being picked up off of Lian Yu by a fishing boat, as depicted in the very beginning of the series.
12th Nov '17 6:46:30 PM DaFlabbagasta
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* ''WesternAnimation/OverTheGardenWall'' revolves around Wirt and Gregory's attempts to get back home, while evading both [[BigBad The Beast]] and The Woodsman. There is also the DrivingQuestion of exactly what the Unknown ''is''.
5th Nov '17 5:51:47 PM DPsycho
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** ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' has been building it's own myth arc as an extension of the evil plan from the final villain of the original series, starting with Boruto acquiring a mysterious eye power and [[spoiler:[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie Toneri]]]] having something to do with it, the reveal of the existence of an alternate dimension, [[VaguenessIsComing a looming threat]] related to the Otsutsuki clan, and the plans of the NebulousEvilOrganization known as "Kara".

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** ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' has been building it's its own myth arc as an extension of the evil plan from the final villain of the original series, starting with Boruto acquiring a mysterious eye power and [[spoiler:[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie Toneri]]]] having something to do with it, the reveal of the existence of an alternate dimension, [[VaguenessIsComing a looming threat]] related to the Otsutsuki clan, and the plans of the NebulousEvilOrganization known as "Kara".



* ''The Abominable Charles Christopher'' definately has one, but it's very well hidden and the whole comic is a JigsawPuzzlePlot.

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* ''The Abominable Charles Christopher'' definately definitely has one, but it's very well hidden and the whole comic is a JigsawPuzzlePlot.
5th Nov '17 5:49:33 PM DPsycho
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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' turns the entire series (sans ''Origins'', due to time gap) to a story of [[spoiler:Batman's last years and his downfall]]. Each game has it's own story, and while the day is is always saved, they still end bittersweet.

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* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' turns the entire series (sans ''Origins'', due to time gap) to a story of [[spoiler:Batman's last years and his downfall]]. Each game has it's own story, and while the day is is always saved, they still end bittersweet.

5th Nov '17 5:45:34 PM DPsycho
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*** Lonesome Road is just the end of the myth arc, as Ulysses is mentioned as early as the second town visited in the main game, and mentioned several time's after. He follows you around for the majority of the main game, and you follow him for the majority of the DLC. To elaborate: Ulysses and Courier 6 inadvertently cause all of the main plots of the DLC and the main game: Courier 6 is the one responsible for the destruction of the Divide (the setting of ''Lonesome Road''), following which Ulysses travels to Utah and trains the White Legs to destroy New Canaan and the Burned Man (who reappears, along with the White Legs, in ''Honest Hearts''). Ulysses then made his way to the Big MT (setting of ''Old World Blues'') and met with Elijah and Christine, among others, of the Brotherhood of Steel. He then sent the former to the Sierra Madre (where he meets Courier 6, becoming the villain of ''Dead Money'', which takes place in the Sierra Madre). He then talks to the Think Tank of the Big MT and convinces them to remember their history and retake America, thus setting in motion the events of ''Old World Blues''. After all this, he initially signs up to deliver the [[Main/{{MacGuffin}} Platinum Chip]] until he notices Courier 6's name next on the list, and has him/her deliver it instead, hoping that it will kill him (which sets in motion the main game's plot: if not for Ulysses, Courier 6 wouldn't have delivered the chip, been ambushed by Benny and the Great Khans, shot in the head, and so on). He then returns to the Divide to, when it becomes clear Courier 6 has survived the delivery, take his revenge (which is the plot of ''Lonesome Road'').

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*** Lonesome Road is just the end of the myth arc, as Ulysses is mentioned as early as the second town visited in the main game, and mentioned several time's times after. He follows you around for the majority of the main game, and you follow him for the majority of the DLC. To elaborate: Ulysses and Courier 6 inadvertently cause all of the main plots of the DLC and the main game: Courier 6 is the one responsible for the destruction of the Divide (the setting of ''Lonesome Road''), following which Ulysses travels to Utah and trains the White Legs to destroy New Canaan and the Burned Man (who reappears, along with the White Legs, in ''Honest Hearts''). Ulysses then made his way to the Big MT (setting of ''Old World Blues'') and met with Elijah and Christine, among others, of the Brotherhood of Steel. He then sent the former to the Sierra Madre (where he meets Courier 6, becoming the villain of ''Dead Money'', which takes place in the Sierra Madre). He then talks to the Think Tank of the Big MT and convinces them to remember their history and retake America, thus setting in motion the events of ''Old World Blues''. After all this, he initially signs up to deliver the [[Main/{{MacGuffin}} Platinum Chip]] until he notices Courier 6's name next on the list, and has him/her deliver it instead, hoping that it will kill him (which sets in motion the main game's plot: if not for Ulysses, Courier 6 wouldn't have delivered the chip, been ambushed by Benny and the Great Khans, shot in the head, and so on). He then returns to the Divide to, when it becomes clear Courier 6 has survived the delivery, take his revenge (which is the plot of ''Lonesome Road'').



* Although the early ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games featured fairly self-contained stories about members of the Belmont clan fighting Dracula, later a millennium-spanning myth arc about Dracula's various lives and deaths was gradually revealed. The arc covers how Dracula rose above mortality to become the vampiric Lord of Darkness in the middle ages and why the Belmonts are sworn to oppose him, how the Belmonts mysterious vanished during the early 19th century and a roster of other heroes such as the witch Shanoa, and even the son of a character from the ''[[Literature/{{Dracula}} original novel]]'' battled Dracula instead, how the Belmonts triumphantly [[spoiler: returned in 1999 to destroy Dracula for good]], and how Dracula is [[spoiler: reincarnated as a boy who who uses the demonic power he was born with to battle others who wish to use it for evil like his past life did.]]

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* Although the early ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games featured fairly self-contained stories about members of the Belmont clan fighting Dracula, later a millennium-spanning myth arc about Dracula's various lives and deaths was gradually revealed. The arc covers how Dracula rose above mortality to become the vampiric Lord of Darkness in the middle ages and why the Belmonts are sworn to oppose him, how the Belmonts mysterious mysteriously vanished during the early 19th century and a roster of other heroes such as the witch Shanoa, and even the son of a character from the ''[[Literature/{{Dracula}} original novel]]'' battled Dracula instead, how the Belmonts triumphantly [[spoiler: returned in 1999 to destroy Dracula for good]], and how Dracula is [[spoiler: reincarnated as a boy who who uses the demonic power he was born with to battle others who wish to use it for evil like his past life did.]]
24th Oct '17 7:07:58 AM matruz
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** ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' has been building it's own myth arc as an extension of the evil plan from the final villain of the original series, starting with Boruto acquiring a mysterious eye power and what does [[spoiler:[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie Toneri]]]] has to do with it, the reveal of the existence of an alternate dimension, [[VaguenessIsComing a looming threat]] related to the Otsuki clan, and the plans of the NebulousEvilOrganization known as "Kara".

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** ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' has been building it's own myth arc as an extension of the evil plan from the final villain of the original series, starting with Boruto acquiring a mysterious eye power and what does [[spoiler:[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie Toneri]]]] has having something to do with it, the reveal of the existence of an alternate dimension, [[VaguenessIsComing a looming threat]] related to the Otsuki Otsutsuki clan, and the plans of the NebulousEvilOrganization known as "Kara".
19th Oct '17 11:55:17 AM matruz
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** ''Manga/{{Boruto}}'' has been building it's own myth arc as an extension of the evil plan from the final villain of the original series, starting with Boruto acquiring a mysterious eye power and what does [[spoiler:[[Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie Toneri]]]] has to do with it, the reveal of the existence of an alternate dimension, [[VaguenessIsComing a looming threat]] related to the Otsuki clan, and the plans of the NebulousEvilOrganization known as "Kara".
10th Sep '17 9:32:06 PM rjd1922
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* The ''[[VideoGame/KisekiSeries Trails] series]] are organized into arcs that each tell long, but fairly self contained stories grouped by the countries where they take place. Playing each game across the series however, reveals an even more in-depth plot about the overarching threat of [[AncientConspiracy Ouroboros]] attempting to claim the Sept-Terrion artifacts to enact their mysterious "Orpheus Final Plan". There's also a secondary arc concerning the social and technological changes sweeping across the Zemurian continent following the Orbal Revolution and the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky incident in Liberl]].
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight turns the entire series (sans Origins, due to time gap) to a story of [[spoiler: Batman's last years and his downfall]]. Each game has it's own story, and while the day is is always saved, they still end bittersweet.

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* The ''[[VideoGame/KisekiSeries Trails] series]] Trails series]]'' are organized into arcs that each tell long, but fairly self contained stories grouped by the countries where they take place. Playing each game across the series however, reveals an even more in-depth plot about the overarching threat of [[AncientConspiracy Ouroboros]] attempting to claim the Sept-Terrion artifacts to enact their mysterious "Orpheus Final Plan". There's also a secondary arc concerning the social and technological changes sweeping across the Zemurian continent following the Orbal Revolution and the [[VideoGame/TheLegendOfHeroesTrailsInTheSky incident in Liberl]].
* ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight ''VideoGame/BatmanArkhamKnight'' turns the entire series (sans Origins, ''Origins'', due to time gap) to a story of [[spoiler: Batman's [[spoiler:Batman's last years and his downfall]]. Each game has it's own story, and while the day is is always saved, they still end bittersweet.
12th Aug '17 10:58:36 PM Kartoonkid95
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* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'' explores the circumstances that led to Scrooge and Donald becoming estranged and retiring from adventuring, as well as [[spoiler: how Donald's sister Della may have been involved]].
4th Aug '17 10:34:46 AM capthanos
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* While ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'' plays with separate story arcs and different villains, they are all interconnected by the consequences of the battles with the villains. Each story arc is also connected by Korra's journey in understanding what it means to be the avatar in a world that does not seem to want the avatar any longer. Finally, the overall arc is about Korra learning about how to be more human as well, balancing her life as both an avatar and human.
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