History Main / NotHisSled

17th Feb '17 8:34:30 PM bt8257
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Contrast with ItWasHisSled, the trope that leads to this. If this overlaps with a TwistEnding, see AdaptationalAlternateEnding.

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Contrast with ItWasHisSled, the trope that leads to this. If this overlaps with a TwistEnding, TwistEnding overlaps, see AdaptationalAlternateEnding.
28th Jan '17 8:48:21 AM Gosicrystal
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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Ducktales}} Ducktales Remastered]]'', the only things similar to the ending of the original game are that Scrooge loses the five treasures after he gathers them all, has to fight Dracula Duck, and then has an uphill race against enemies Flinthart Glomgold and Magica [=DeSpell=] at the very end. [[spoiler: The difference is that it's Magica, the ''real'' BigBad of this installment, who steals the treasures from Scrooge rather than Dracula Duck since they're instead used in a ritual to summon him, and because of that they are LostForever instead of being recovered at the end. The uphill race against the duo is now to recover Scrooge's first dime instead.]]

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* In ''[[VideoGame/{{Ducktales}} Ducktales Remastered]]'', the only things similar to the ending of the original game are that Scrooge loses the five treasures after he gathers them all, has to fight Dracula Duck, and then has an uphill race against enemies Flinthart Glomgold and Magica [=DeSpell=] at the very end. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The difference is that it's Magica, the ''real'' BigBad of this installment, who steals the treasures from Scrooge rather than Dracula Duck since they're instead used in a ritual to summon him, and because of that they are LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent lost]] instead of being recovered at the end. The uphill race against the duo is now to recover Scrooge's first dime instead.]]
27th Jan '17 2:28:40 AM KaminoNeko
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*** But, as it turns out [[spoiler:the original Hank's still around, and was turned into the Cyborg Superman by Project Cadmus. The twist got untwisted.]]
15th Jan '17 9:31:59 PM Doug86
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** Supergirl works for a man named Hank Henshaw. That name belongs to a supervillain in the comics, and his duplicity seems confirmed by his [[RedEyesTakeWarning glowing red eyes]] and hints that he killed Supergirl's adoptive father. However, it turns out that, while the ''real'' Hank Henshaw was a nasty piece of work, he apparently died years ago, and the one we've met is [[spoiler:a certain shapeshifting alien named [[MartianManhunter J'onn J'onzz]]]].

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** Supergirl works for a man named Hank Henshaw. That name belongs to a supervillain in the comics, and his duplicity seems confirmed by his [[RedEyesTakeWarning glowing red eyes]] and hints that he killed Supergirl's adoptive father. However, it turns out that, while the ''real'' Hank Henshaw was a nasty piece of work, he apparently died years ago, and the one we've met is [[spoiler:a certain shapeshifting alien named [[MartianManhunter [[ComicBook/MartianManhunter J'onn J'onzz]]]].
26th Dec '16 11:05:35 PM Chabal2
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** Huamns have access to dwarven guns two wars early.
** The entirety of Mannoroth's blood subplot is removed (the orc chieftains were thought to have been possessed into drinking Mannoroth's demonic blood, enslaving them, [[VideoGame/WarcraftIII until Grom reveals]] [[spoiler: the chieftains went along knowingly, later killing Mannoroth in a HeroicSacrifice)]].
21st Dec '16 2:21:33 PM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* From 2002 to 2005, Creator/{{Nickelodeon}} ran a series of shorts parodying classic 1960's Christmas specials featuring the Nicktoons characters every December. One of these was entitled "[[HowTheCharacterStoleChristmas How the You-Know-Who Stole You-Know-What!]]", featuring [[WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}} Angelica Pickles]] as "Grinchelica", stealing chocolate candy from the other Nicktoons characters. Towards the end of the short, Grinchelica thinks about the Nicktoons having nothing at all, but rather than undergo a HeelFaceTurn, she decides she doesn't care and keeps all the chocolates for herself. In the end, it's her stomach, not her heart, that grows in size.
25th Nov '16 11:34:47 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Film/EvilDead2013'': The biggest twist of the original ''Film/TheEvilDead1981'' was that Sheryl - the withdrawn artist set up as the movie's FinalGirl - was actually the first to go, with the only survivor being her jockish, doofy brother Ash (who becomes a total BadAss in the sequel). The remake seems at first to be going in the same direction, but after a fair bit of flirting over which character is going to be the movie's Ash equivalent ([[spoiler: one girl even cuts off her own [[DemonicPossession demonically-possessed]] hand, just as Ash did in the second film, while a male character is simply given Ash's exact character relationships within the story]]), ultimately reveals that the Ash equivalent is [[spoiler: [[CompositeCharacter also the Sheryl equivalent]], because although she's the first to get possessed, and it's explicitly shown that victims can only exorcised via one of three gruesome forms of death, her brother unexpectedly manages to kill her ''and'' resuscitate her in such a way that the demonic influence is purged. Thus, after the original subverts the FinalGirl trope, the remake [[PlayingWithATrope double-subverts it.]]]]

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* ''Film/EvilDead2013'': The biggest twist of the original ''Film/TheEvilDead1981'' was that Sheryl - the withdrawn artist set up as the movie's FinalGirl - was actually the first to go, with the only survivor being her jockish, doofy brother Ash (who becomes a total BadAss badass in the sequel). The remake seems at first to be going in the same direction, but after a fair bit of flirting over which character is going to be the movie's Ash equivalent ([[spoiler: one girl even cuts off her own [[DemonicPossession demonically-possessed]] hand, just as Ash did in the second film, while a male character is simply given Ash's exact character relationships within the story]]), ultimately reveals that the Ash equivalent is [[spoiler: [[CompositeCharacter also the Sheryl equivalent]], because although she's the first to get possessed, and it's explicitly shown that victims can only exorcised via one of three gruesome forms of death, her brother unexpectedly manages to kill her ''and'' resuscitate her in such a way that the demonic influence is purged. Thus, after the original subverts the FinalGirl trope, the remake [[PlayingWithATrope double-subverts it.]]]]
22nd Nov '16 3:29:22 PM MrNickelodeon
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* Several instances of this occur in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks:
** ''Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue!'' ends with Mike and Sulley having no trouble in returning Boo to her door while in the door hangar, and they apparently never see her again after that.
** ''Mr. Toad's Wild Ride'' greatly deviates from the film it's based on once Toad is sent to prison. Instead of having his innocence proven, he instead is able to bust out on his own. Following that, he takes his motor mania so far that he ends up getting hit by a train and lands in Hell.
** The original version of ''Snow White's Scary Adventures'' had the Evil Queen [[TheBadGuyWins succeed]] in killing Snow White/the riders when she dropped a boulder onto them.
** ''Ride/StitchsGreatEscape'', which is set during the beginning of ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', ends with Stitch winding up in Florida instead of Hawaii.
22nd Nov '16 3:27:17 PM MrNickelodeon
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** ''Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue!'' ends with Mike and Sulley having no trouble in returning Boo to her door while in the door hangar, and apparently never seeing her again after that.

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** ''Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue!'' ends with Mike and Sulley having no trouble in returning Boo to her door while in the door hangar, and they apparently never seeing see her again after that.
22nd Nov '16 3:25:28 PM MrNickelodeon
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* The haunted house adaptation of the 2010 ''[[Film/TheWolfman2010 Wolfman]]'' film at Universal Orlando's Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights event in 2009 was the first hint anyone got of the ending of the film: the werewolf gets shot. In the house, however, the fatal shot is performed by a nameless hunter.

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* Several instances of this occur in the Ride/DisneyThemeParks:
** ''Monsters, Inc. Mike and Sulley to the Rescue!'' ends with Mike and Sulley having no trouble in returning Boo to her door while in the door hangar, and apparently never seeing her again after that.
** ''Mr. Toad's Wild Ride'' greatly deviates from the film it's based on once Toad is sent to prison. Instead of having his innocence proven, he instead is able to bust out on his own. Following that, he takes his motor mania so far that he ends up getting hit by a train and lands in Hell.
** The original version of ''Snow White's Scary Adventures'' had the Evil Queen [[TheBadGuyWins succeed]] in killing Snow White/the riders when she dropped a boulder onto them.
** ''Ride/StitchsGreatEscape'', which is set during the beginning of ''Disney/LiloAndStitch'', ends with Stitch winding up in Florida instead of Hawaii.
* The haunted house adaptation of the 2010 ''[[Film/TheWolfman2010 The Wolfman]]'' film at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal Orlando's Orlando's]] Theatre/HalloweenHorrorNights event in 2009 was the first hint anyone got of the ending of the film: the werewolf gets shot. In the house, however, the fatal shot is performed by a nameless hunter.
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