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27th Aug '16 12:18:55 PM Lemia
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* Some modern retellings of ''Literature/BeautyAndTheBeast'', such as ''Literature/RoseDaughter'', ''don't'' have the Beast change back to a handsome prince at the end to avoid the UnfortunateImplications of a tale about looking past appearances ending with both of its main characters having conventionally beautiful appearances and instead have Beauty accept him for who he is with no change in his appearance needed.
16th Aug '16 1:47:34 AM Az_Tech341
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** Rei Ayanami [[spoiler:NOT dying]]. This one is twisted ''back again'' between 2.22 and 3.33, although [[spoiler: However, since it's Ayanami, she still appears in 3.33 as a clone.]]
** Another example is that [[spoiler: Toji is not piloting Unit-03]]. This is ''also'' toyed with in that [[spoiler: Toji's replacement Asuka does not get majorly crippled or die in his place, as she is present in 3.33 with only an eye missing.]]

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** Rei Ayanami [[spoiler:NOT dying]]. This one is twisted ''back again'' between 2.22 and 3.33, although [[spoiler: However, since it's Ayanami, she still appears in 3.33 as a clone.]]
** Another
One example is that [[spoiler: Toji is not piloting Unit-03]]. This is ''also'' toyed with in that [[spoiler: Toji's replacement Asuka does not get majorly crippled or die in his place, as she is present in 3.33 with only an eye missing.]]



** In the"Elevator scene" Rei acts assertively and stops Asuka from slapping her in ''Rebuild''.

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** In the"Elevator the "elevator scene" Rei acts assertively and stops Asuka from slapping her in ''Rebuild''.
3rd Jul '16 9:52:28 AM Eddy1215
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** In another episode that parodies the poem ''Literature/CaseyAtBat'' with Buster in the main role, the episode ends with Buster hitting a home run, much to the surprise of Sylvester the InteractiveNarrator.

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** In another episode that parodies the poem ''Literature/CaseyAtBat'' ''Literature/CaseyAtTheBat'' with Buster in the main role, the episode ends with Buster hitting a home run, much to the surprise of Sylvester the InteractiveNarrator.
3rd Jul '16 9:51:57 AM Eddy1215
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** In another episode that parodies the poem ''Literature/CaseyAtBat'' with Buster in the main role, the episode ends with Buster hitting a home run, much to the surprise of Sylvester the InteractiveNarrator.
-->'''Sylvester''': Say! That's not the way the poem goes!\\
'''Buster''': You were expecting me to strike out? I'm the star of this show!
3rd Jul '16 9:47:39 AM Eddy1215
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** Subverted in ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'': In the book, [[TheUnchosenOne Neville]] manages to decapitate [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent Nagini]] right after he pulls Gryffindor's sword from the Sorting Hat; in the movie, he's thrown aside, and Nagini begins to fight [[ClassicalAntiHero Ron]] and [[TheSmartGuy Hermione]]. Just when you're sitting on the edge of your seat and wondering if Steve Kloves would have the audacity to take away Neville's CrowningMomentOfAwesome, he manages to kill the snake anyway.

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** Subverted in ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'': In the book, [[TheUnchosenOne Neville]] manages to decapitate [[ReptilesAreAbhorrent Nagini]] right after he pulls Gryffindor's sword from the Sorting Hat; in the movie, he's thrown aside, and Nagini begins to fight [[ClassicalAntiHero Ron]] and [[TheSmartGuy Hermione]]. Just when you're sitting on the edge of your seat and wondering [[LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt if Steve Kloves would have the audacity to take away away]] Neville's CrowningMomentOfAwesome, he manages to kill the snake anyway.
3rd Jul '16 9:46:59 AM Eddy1215
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* In ''WesternAnimation/GnomeoAndJuliet'', the two eponymous garden gnomes manage to survive and the feud between the red and blue gnomes ends peacefully, with Gnomeo and Juliet getting a HappilyEverAfter.
3rd Jul '16 9:39:55 AM Eddy1215
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* ''CorrinReacts'' seems to begin with the same beginning other ''[[Fanfic/TheReactsverse Reactsverse]]'' fics do, even starting with the same structure that ''Fanfic/LucinaReacts'' started off with in the first chapter. [[spoiler: Then Corrin is revealed as the resident prankster, with the story proceeding as a PerspectiveFlip from the Antic Order's perspective.]]

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* ''CorrinReacts'' ''Fanfic/CorrinReacts'' seems to begin with the same beginning other ''[[Fanfic/TheReactsverse Reactsverse]]'' fics do, even starting with the same structure that ''Fanfic/LucinaReacts'' started off with in the first chapter. [[spoiler: Then Corrin is revealed as the resident prankster, with the story proceeding as a PerspectiveFlip from the Antic Order's perspective.]]]]
* [[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11579883/1/The-Legend-of-Middleton-Hollow A version]] of ''Literature/TheLegendOfSleepyHollow'' features characters from ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' in the main roles, with Kim as Katrina, Ron playing the role of Ichabod Crane and [[WesternAnimation/KimPossibleMovieSoTheDrama Erik]] taking the place of [[TheRival Brom Bones]]. During the story's climax where Ron was to have the infamous ChaseScene with the Headless Horseman, [[spoiler:he ends up getting lost in the woods and the horseman (whose identity is not ambiguous in this instant and [[RealAfterAll is confirmed to be an actual ghost]]) ends up chasing Erik. Ron, meanwhile, gets out of the woods alive and ends up with Kim]].
27th Jun '16 6:32:27 PM MisterCPC
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** The two-part Season Two premiere features Spider-Man facing a team of his old enemies called the Insidious Six (rather than Sinister Six like in most versions) while having the disadvantage of his powers disappearing on him. In the original comic story, the reason he was losing his powers was because of Peter's guilt over his Uncle Ben's death, causing him to subconsciously make them vanish. This version? It's the the ''first stage'' of his body continuing to mutate from the bite the radioactive spider gave him, which is slowly transforming him into something completely inhuman [[spoiler:which eventually occurs midway through the season, via some surprisingly gruesome BodyHorror.]]

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** The two-part Season Two premiere features Spider-Man facing a team of his old enemies called the Insidious Six (rather than Sinister Six like in most versions) while having the disadvantage of his powers disappearing on him. In the original comic story, the reason he was losing his powers was because of Peter's guilt over his Uncle Ben's death, causing him his subconscious to subconsciously unwittingly make them vanish. This version? It's the the ''first stage'' of his body continuing to mutate from the bite the radioactive spider gave him, which is slowly transforming him into something completely inhuman [[spoiler:which eventually occurs midway through the season, via some surprisingly gruesome BodyHorror.]]
27th Jun '16 6:31:31 PM MisterCPC
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** The two-part Season Two premiere features Spider-Man facing a team of his old enemies called the Insidious Six (rather than Sinister Six like in most versions) while having the disadvantage of his powers disappearing on him. In the original comic story, the reason he was losing his powers was because of his guilt over his Uncle Ben's death. This version? It's the the ''first stage'' of his body continuing to mutate from the bite the radioactive spider gave him, which is slowly transforming him into something completely inhuman [[spoiler:which eventually occurs midway through the season, via some surprisingly gruesome BodyHorror.]]

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** The two-part Season Two premiere features Spider-Man facing a team of his old enemies called the Insidious Six (rather than Sinister Six like in most versions) while having the disadvantage of his powers disappearing on him. In the original comic story, the reason he was losing his powers was because of his Peter's guilt over his Uncle Ben's death.death, causing him to subconsciously make them vanish. This version? It's the the ''first stage'' of his body continuing to mutate from the bite the radioactive spider gave him, which is slowly transforming him into something completely inhuman [[spoiler:which eventually occurs midway through the season, via some surprisingly gruesome BodyHorror.]]
27th Jun '16 6:29:55 PM MisterCPC
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** The two-part Season Two premiere features Spider-Man facing a team of his old enemies called the Insidious Six (rather than Sinister Six like in most versions) while having the disadvantage of his powers disappearing on him. In the original comic story, the reason he was losing his powers was because of his guilt over his Uncle Ben's death. This version? It's the the ''first stage'' of his body continuing to mutate from the bite the radioactive spider gave him, which is slowly transforming him into something completely inhuman [[spoiler:which eventually occurs midway through the season, via some surprisingly gruesome BodyHorror.]]
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