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3rd May '16 8:46:14 PM Pichu-kun
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* Not to worry, though, because Hiro Mashima has inherited the legacy! ...Okay, so the rumors that he has been directly associated with Oda have always been denied, but when the first thing ''anybody'' taking a glance at his art in ''Manga/FairyTail'' says is something along the lines of "Is this the guy who did ''Manga/OnePiece''?" you know there's got to be a connection ''somewhere''. And yes, the most obvious aspect is that his lead female (and most of his other females, to an extent) have inherited Oda's classic Single Female Character Design.
** Granted, the male characters who aren't elderly or outright inhuman tend to suffer from this as well, it's just that [[CuteMonsterGirl the inhuman female characters are always cute]].

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* Not to worry, though, because Hiro Mashima has inherited the legacy! ...Okay, so the rumors that he has been directly associated with Oda have always been denied, but when the first thing ''anybody'' taking a glance at his art in ''Manga/FairyTail'' says is something along the lines of "Is this the guy who did ''Manga/OnePiece''?" you know there's got to be a connection ''somewhere''. And yes, the most obvious aspect is that his lead female (and most of his other females, to an extent) have inherited Oda's classic Single Female Character Design.
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Design. Granted, the male characters who aren't elderly or outright inhuman tend to suffer from this as well, it's just that [[CuteMonsterGirl the inhuman female characters are always cute]].



* ''Manga/WanderingSon'': The mangaka even admits that she always draws works where the characters don't look very different. When the only apparent differences between girls and boys are hairstyle and clothes, it's not exactly surprising that Nitori can easily pass for a girl just by putting on a hairband. ArtEvolution comes into place by middle school and fixes the issue but some characters, like Kanako and Nitori, still look pretty similar.
** This extends out to her other works, especially ''Manga/AoiHana''. If one were to go from being associated with one of the two manga, and began reading the other, you'd notice quite a few characters look a like. Some even are GenderFlip's of others.

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* ''Manga/WanderingSon'': The Takako Shimura, mangaka of works such as ''Manga/AoiHana'' and ''Manga/WanderingSon'', even admits that she always draws works where the characters don't look very different.different (which means many characters from different series look like characters from other series). When the only apparent differences between girls and boys are hairstyle and clothes, it's not exactly surprising that Nitori can easily pass for a girl just by putting on a hairband. ArtEvolution comes into place by middle school in ''Wandering Son'' and fixes the issue but some characters, like Kanako and Nitori, still look pretty similar.
** This extends out to her other works, especially ''Manga/AoiHana''. If one were to go from being associated with one of the two manga, and began reading the other, you'd notice quite a few characters look a like. Some even are GenderFlip's of others.
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28th Apr '16 2:49:26 AM PrincessGwenevere
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* Nearly every incarnation of ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' has featured a cast of identical ponies, [[PaletteSwap distinguished only by their colors]], because all the toys used the exact same mold. In the 1980s and 2000s series, they even often had the same hairstyle (especially odd considering styleable hair was a major selling point of the toys). ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Friendship is Magic]]'' began to move away from this, giving the six main characters all subtly different eyes and every significant character a different hairstyle -- but ''not'' changing their having the exact same shape of face -- and giving the male ponies [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics more distinctly masculine heads]] (which are also more recognizably equine; make of that what you will). On top of that, some characters were designed with entirely unique heads, bodies, and/or facial features, most of which were recycled into new background extras in season two.
** They're back to square one with WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls, where all of the female characters have almost exactly the same Barbie doll looking face and skinny, [[HartmanHips wide-hipped]] body type, and likewise with the male characters.

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* Nearly every incarnation of ''Franchise/MyLittlePony'' has featured a cast of identical ponies, [[PaletteSwap distinguished only by their colors]], because all the toys used the exact same mold. In the 1980s and 2000s series, they even often had the same hairstyle (especially odd considering styleable hair was a major selling point of the toys). hairstyle. ''[[WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Friendship is Magic]]'' began to move away from this, giving gave the six main characters all subtly different unique eyes and hairstyles, but their face shapes and bodies are identical to most every significant character a different hairstyle -- but ''not'' changing their having the exact same shape of face -- and giving the male other pony. Male ponies were given [[TertiarySexualCharacteristics more distinctly masculine heads]] (which are also more recognizably equine; make of that what you will). On top of that, some heads]]. Some characters were designed with entirely unique heads, bodies, and/or facial features, most of which were recycled into new background extras in season two.
** They're back to square one with WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls, where all of the female characters have almost exactly the same Barbie doll looking face Their WesternAnimation/EquestriaGirls counterparts are similar, differing eyes and skinny, [[HartmanHips wide-hipped]] body type, and likewise with the male characters.hairstyles but otherwise similar faces.
22nd Apr '16 3:16:41 PM Josef5678
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19th Apr '16 6:27:40 PM Katsuhagi
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* Ignoring the {{expy}} nature of most of the side characters from ''Manga/SailorMoon''--imported from ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV''-- Creator/NaokoTakeuchi really only has about six faces for all her series: The deep male, the innocent male, the mature female, the innocent female, the cheery female, and the nondescript either. And even the mature vs. innocent looks are often blurred during mature moments, and vice-versa. A good example is [[http://mangastyle.net/book1/1-27-28B.jpg this]] - everyone's wearing similar facial expressions and a face swap should lead to near identical results. Male characters do look very similar, this is more blatant with Ao no Sapphire, who not only has the standard young male face, but his hair is almost the same in style and color as Mamoru's, just a with a very slight wave and [[PurpleIsTheNewBlack stylized more bluish]]. In some parts of the manga, where the hair of both guys in black (The manga is in [[DeliberatelyMonochrome black and white]]) is very hard to distinguish them if it wasn't by Sapphire's black moon mark in the forehead.
* The two leads in ''Manga/{{Pieta}}'' can be distinguished only by their hair.

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* Ignoring the {{expy}} nature of most of the side characters from ''Manga/SailorMoon''--imported from ''Manga/CodenameWaSailorV''-- Creator/NaokoTakeuchi really only has about six faces for all her series: The deep male, the innocent male, the mature female, the innocent female, the cheery female, and the nondescript either. And even the mature vs. innocent looks are often blurred during mature moments, and vice-versa. A good example is [[http://mangastyle.net/book1/1-27-28B.jpg this]] - everyone's wearing similar facial expressions and a face swap should lead to near identical results. Male characters do look very similar, this is more blatant with Ao no Sapphire, who not only has the standard young male face, but his hair is almost the same in style and color as Mamoru's, just a with a very slight wave and [[PurpleIsTheNewBlack stylized more bluish]]. In some parts of the manga, where the hair of both guys in black (The manga is in [[DeliberatelyMonochrome black and white]]) is very hard to distinguish them if it wasn't by Sapphire's black moon mark in the forehead. \n* The two leads in ''Manga/{{Pieta}}'' can be distinguished only by their hair. It's also why Haruka's {{Bifauxnen}} look is so convincing, as she's given the "young man" facial structure.
18th Apr '16 4:25:07 PM Josef5678
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7th Apr '16 8:32:44 AM RAMChYLD
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** Their game ''VideoGame/PocketStables'' is the perhaps the worst offender of this trope, by having every guest that visits your farm appear indistinguishable from the others of their class type. All students look alike, as do all gardeners, salarymen, etc.
7th Apr '16 8:28:28 AM RAMChYLD
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* Many, many Creator/{{Kairosoft}} games are guilty of this, in order to keep the size of their games down, to fit with their 16-bit retraux theme, and the fact that there's only 9 employees in the company including the boss.
11th Mar '16 1:52:09 PM rafi
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* It's easy to think that Shinichi, Heiji, and Kaito Kid from ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' and the Kaito Kid manga are actually the same person, along with ''every other guy'' who's the same age, and possibly ''every other girl'', considering [[spoiler:how well Kaito is able to disguise himself as Ran]].
** Heiji is actually pretty easy to distinguish from the others, due to his slightly different face shape and his noticeable tan. Shinichi and Kid however, are deliberately drawn alike, and have [[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend not-girlfriends]] who could be identical twins as well [[spoiler:(though WordOfGod has supposedly said that their resemblance is not a coincidence)]] Where the series really runs headlong into this trope is in the many, many [[VictimOfTheWeek random people]] around the cast who drop dead of various murder schemes, and their friends and family who may or may not have done it. As of this edit there are more than 500 episodes in the anime and over 700 chapters in the manga... and the typical one or two episode case introduces a minimum of 4 to 6 one-shot characters. That is a ''lot'' of people to make up, so it's no wonder they all start to look the same.
** Fans have noted that Akai and Kir (who are of different genders) look confusingly similar in the manga. Though, again, for all we know at this point there could be a reason for that.
*** Considering how many plots have been constructing in recent years using the fact that two characters look alike, either it was all planned from the beginning (every single lookalike? It's Aoyama Gosho)... or Aoyama realised this over time and has been finding quite epic ways to {{lampshade|Hanging}} it since. A whole plot, for example, focused on how much Satou and [[spoiler:Kobayashi without her glasses]] look alike, and how that disrupts Shiratori's search for the girl he's loved for years, and it had people mistaking one woman for the other [[spoiler: and spreading the rumor that Shiratori is LovingAShadow ([[TrueLove He's not]])]].

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* It's easy to think that Shinichi, Heiji, and Kaito Kid from ''Manga/DetectiveConan'' and the Kaito Kid manga are actually the same person, along with ''every other guy'' who's the same age, and possibly ''every other girl'', considering [[spoiler:how well Kaito is able to disguise himself as Ran]].
''Manga/DetectiveConan'':
** Heiji is actually pretty easy to distinguish from the others, due to his slightly different face shape and his noticeable tan. Shinichi and Kaitou Kid however, are deliberately drawn alike, and have [[SheIsNotMyGirlfriend not-girlfriends]] not-girlfriends]], Ran and Aoko, who could be identical twins as well [[spoiler:(though WordOfGod has supposedly said that their resemblance is not well. Indeed in some non-canon movies this allows Kid to pass himself off as Shinichi whenever needed, without requiring a coincidence)]] special disguise
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Where the series really runs headlong into this trope is in the many, many [[VictimOfTheWeek random people]] around the cast who drop dead of various murder schemes, and their friends and family who may or may not have done it. As of this edit there are more than 500 episodes in the anime and over 700 chapters in the manga... and the typical one or two episode case introduces a minimum of 4 to 6 one-shot characters. That is a ''lot'' of people to make up, so it's no wonder they all start to look the same.
** Fans have noted Even Conan has a "twin"--Kataoka Jun from ''The Kidnapper's Disappearing Getaway Car''. More noticeable when he wears an [[spoiler:outfit that Akai and Kir (who are is the same as Conan's except with yellow bow when he [[CrowningMomentOfHeartwarming finally accepts Sachiko as his second mother]].]]
** In fact, it's even a plot point in several cases, particularly one
of different genders) look confusingly similar the latest, where Ms. Kobayashi gets mistaken for Satou several times in the manga. Though, again, for all we know at this point there could be a reason for that.
*** Considering how many plots have been constructing in recent years using the fact that two characters look alike, either it was all planned from the beginning (every single lookalike? It's Aoyama Gosho)... or Aoyama realised this over time and has been finding quite epic ways to {{lampshade|Hanging}} it since. A whole plot, for example, focused on how much Satou and [[spoiler:Kobayashi without her glasses]] look alike, and how that disrupts Shiratori's search for the girl he's loved for years, and it had people mistaking one woman for the other [[spoiler: and spreading the rumor that
police station [[spoiler:and worries Shiratori is LovingAShadow ([[TrueLove He's not]])]].only dating her for the semblance between the two. ([[FirstGirlAfterAll He isn't.]]).]]
** Also a plot point in the ''Anime/LupinIIIVsDetectiveConan'' TV special, in which [[spoiler:Ran is a FakeKing lookalike of a European princess]].



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12th Feb '16 2:45:41 PM Dere
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* The design style for Franchise/SonicTheHedgehog characters tends to be very strict. Nearly every character has either Sonic's or Tails' facial structure, and even in terms of body have the same 'noodle limb', [[SuperDeformed bobblehead like proportions]], albeit with slightly varying height. Minor characters tend to subvert this however.
1st Feb '16 4:16:53 PM merotoker
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*** Considering how many plots have been constructing in recent years using the fact that two characters look alike, either it was all planned from the beginning (every single lookalike? It's Aoyama Gosho)... or Aoyama realised this over time and has been finding quite epic ways to {{lampshade|Hanging}} it since. A whole plot, for example, focused on how much Satou and [[spoiler:Kobayashi without her glasses]] look alike, and how that disrupts Shiratori's search for the girl he's loved for years, and it had people mistaking one woman for the other [[spoiler: and spreading the rumor that Shiratori is LovingAShadow ([[TrueLove He's not]]).]]

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*** Considering how many plots have been constructing in recent years using the fact that two characters look alike, either it was all planned from the beginning (every single lookalike? It's Aoyama Gosho)... or Aoyama realised this over time and has been finding quite epic ways to {{lampshade|Hanging}} it since. A whole plot, for example, focused on how much Satou and [[spoiler:Kobayashi without her glasses]] look alike, and how that disrupts Shiratori's search for the girl he's loved for years, and it had people mistaking one woman for the other [[spoiler: and spreading the rumor that Shiratori is LovingAShadow ([[TrueLove He's not]]).]]not]])]].



* All of Creator/ArinaTanemura's main heroines have a similar face, [[BigEyesLittleEyes gigantic-eyed and all]], with eye-size variations and her male characters only occasionally bear different-sized eyes and pupils. She is fond of long hair so most of heroines also have RapunzelHair, though she does style it differently from character to character.

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* All of Creator/ArinaTanemura's main heroines have a similar face, [[BigEyesLittleEyes gigantic-eyed and all]], with eye-size variations and her male characters only occasionally bear different-sized eyes and pupils. She is fond of long hair so most of heroines also have RapunzelHair, though she does style it differently from character to character.



* ''Manga/MonthlyGirlsNozakiKun'' [[LampshadedTrope Lampshades]] this in regards to how Shoujo manga tends to do this. Many of the male characters in Nozaki's manga ''Let's Fall in Love!'' use Suzuki as a character model. Nozaki himself admits it's an easy face to draw.

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* ''Manga/MonthlyGirlsNozakiKun'' [[LampshadedTrope Lampshades]] {{lampshade|Hanging}}s this in regards to how Shoujo manga tends to do this. Many of the male characters in Nozaki's manga ''Let's Fall in Love!'' use Suzuki as a character model. Nozaki himself admits it's an easy face to draw.



** It is [[AvertedTrope averted]] in ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie, as Francesco Francavilla manages to give every character a distinctive face and body. His Betty and Veronica are quite different (with Betty being taller, bustier and less slender than Ronnie), and it only diversifies from there.

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** It is [[AvertedTrope averted]] {{averted|Trope}} in ComicBook/AfterlifeWithArchie, as Francesco Francavilla manages to give every character a distinctive face and body. His Betty and Veronica are quite different (with Betty being taller, bustier and less slender than Ronnie), and it only diversifies from there.



* During UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}}, Superman would run into lookalikes often - from his Kandorian cousin to a movie actor- who were ''so'' similar to him that they could (and did) pass for him. This was an intentional plot point. I guess Supes is supposed to have "one of those faces" which helps to explain his ClarkKenting - somewhat.
** It wasn't just Superman - Comicbook/JimmyOlsen and Comicbook/LoisLane encountered identical duplicates of themselves on a semi-regular basis, too. Editor Mort Weisinger actually claimed (in response to a reader questioning the plausibility of this) that [[VoodooShark it was a real-world fact that everybody on Earth has one or more exact lookalikes running around]]! (You haven't met yours? Obviously you just haven't been looking hard enough!)

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* During UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|OfComicBooks}}, Superman would run into lookalikes often - from his Kandorian cousin to a movie actor- who were ''so'' similar to him that they could (and did) pass for him. This was an intentional plot point. I guess Supes is just supposed to have "one of those faces" which helps to explain his ClarkKenting - somewhat.
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somewhat. It wasn't just Superman - Comicbook/JimmyOlsen and Comicbook/LoisLane encountered identical duplicates of themselves on a semi-regular basis, too. Editor Mort Weisinger actually claimed (in response to a reader questioning the plausibility of this) that [[VoodooShark it was a real-world fact that everybody on Earth has one or more exact lookalikes running around]]! (You haven't met yours? Obviously you just haven't been looking hard enough!)



* Mark Bagley is a major offender, especially in ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan.'' He is often forgiven for this because he is an inhumanly fast penciller - in an era where comic fans are used to delays, Bagley has a habit of getting issues out early.
** Plus he used this to astounding effect in the Ultimate Clone Saga, wherein Peter's [[spoiler: OppositeSexClone really does look exactly like him, only female]]. Though Bagley does repeat his faces, they look much more like each other than any other character.
*** Similarly, the Ultimate Richard Parker was immediately recognizable as the 616 version of Peter Parker.

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* Mark Bagley is a major offender, especially in ''ComicBook/UltimateSpiderMan.'' He is often forgiven for this because he is an inhumanly fast penciller - in an era where comic fans are used to delays, Bagley has a habit of getting issues out early.
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early. Plus he used this to astounding effect in the Ultimate Clone Saga, wherein Peter's [[spoiler: OppositeSexClone really does look exactly like him, only female]]. Though Bagley does repeat his faces, they look much more like each other than any other character.
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character. Similarly, the Ultimate Richard Parker was immediately recognizable as the 616 version of Peter Parker.



* A big problem for Steve Dillon, who draws faces very distinctively and very uniformly. Sadly this wasn't always the case, Dillon is an excellent draftsman, but even he has admitted to oversimplifying things in his work.
** This resulted in the "everyone is Frank" meme - because Dillon's work on ThePunisher was so famous, Frank Castle's [[PerpetualFrowner scowly mug]] is most noticeable when Dillon makes use of it or tries to modify it.

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* A big problem for Steve Dillon, who draws faces very distinctively and very uniformly. Sadly this wasn't always the case, Dillon is an excellent draftsman, but even he has admitted to oversimplifying things in his work.
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work. This resulted in the "everyone is Frank" meme - because Dillon's work on ThePunisher ComicBook/ThePunisher was so famous, Frank Castle's [[PerpetualFrowner scowly mug]] is most noticeable when Dillon makes use of it or tries to modify it.



** Former artist/writer Ken Penders, after leaving the comic, had this trope levied at him over his echidna characters with people noting that they're all just Knuckles with clothes and more/less hair. It doesn't help that they're ''still'' like this even when he's retooling them for his own work.
** It doesn't help that current artists are redesigning character who originally subverted this trope to fit it to a tee. Bunnie and Sally in particular had rather original designs before gradually being slowly retooled to look only slightly refined from standard games characters such as Cream and Marine.

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** Former artist/writer Ken Penders, Creator/KenPenders, after leaving the comic, had this trope levied at him over his echidna characters with people noting that they're all just Knuckles with clothes and more/less hair. It doesn't help that they're ''still'' like this even when he's retooling them for his own work.
** It doesn't help that current artists are redesigning character characters who originally subverted this trope to fit it to a tee. Bunnie and Sally in particular had rather original designs before gradually being slowly retooled to look only slightly refined from standard games characters such as Cream and Marine.



* The financially-strapped Disney used [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihS970ymuC0&feature=channel_page several]] ''iconic'' dance scenes, from at least three different movies, over again in ''Disney/RobinHood''. Along with some other [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIrXGd51jE&feature=channel_page scenes]]. Deja vu, much? All the scenes were drawn from the exact same live-action source material (and, in some cases, Xeroxs of that material).
* Done to some extent in the live-action [[TheViewAskewniverse View Askewniverse]] movies, as the same actor can play two or three characters in the series. Creator/BenAffleck appeared in two roles in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'', first as Holden [=McNeil=] and then later as ''himself''.

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* The financially-strapped Disney Creator/{{Disney}} used [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ihS970ymuC0&feature=channel_page several]] ''iconic'' dance scenes, from at least three different movies, over again in ''Disney/RobinHood''. Along with some other [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HOIrXGd51jE&feature=channel_page scenes]]. Deja vu, much? All the scenes were drawn from the exact same live-action source material (and, in some cases, Xeroxs of that material).
* Done to some extent in the live-action [[TheViewAskewniverse [[Franchise/TheViewAskewniverse View Askewniverse]] movies, as the same actor can play two or three characters in the series. Creator/BenAffleck appeared in two roles in ''Film/JayAndSilentBobStrikeBack'', first as Holden [=McNeil=] and then later as ''himself''.



* Akihiko Yoshida is notorious for this. Almost every character he designs (particularly in games like ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'' and sequels, and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII'' (DS)) has the same face, albeit with a few characteristics. It's quite an accomplishment when even some of the males and females look the same.
** The biggest culprit here is that he rarely gives the characters ''noses''. It is really difficult to differentiate characters when one of the biggest facial features is just missing.

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* Akihiko Yoshida is notorious for this. Almost every character he designs (particularly in games like ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTactics'' and sequels, and ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyIII'' (DS)) has the same face, albeit with a few characteristics. It's quite an accomplishment when even some of the males and females look the same.
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same. The biggest culprit here is that he rarely gives the characters ''noses''. It is really difficult to differentiate characters when one of the biggest facial features is just missing.



* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' has this for all the minor NPC characters, those who are more important get a slightly different face along with different hair style/color and/or such.

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* ''VideoGame/TheMatrixPathOfNeo'' has this for all the minor NPC characters, characters; those who are more important get a slightly different face along with different hair style/color and/or such.



* {{Justified}} in ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' as most of the characters are Franchise/{{Barbie}} dolls.

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* {{Justified}} {{Justified|Trope}} in ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool'' as most of the characters are Franchise/{{Barbie}} dolls.



** Cleverly lampshaded in the episode "The Coon", in which after spending the entire episode keeping the other characters - and the audience - guessing as to his identity, masked vigilante "Mysterion" finally removes his mask, revealing him to be... [[TheUnreveal completely indistinguishable from every other boy in the show.]] Just to rub it in, the rest of the characters recognize him instantly, but don't say his name. Later episodes reveal him to be [[spoiler:Kenny.]]

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** Cleverly lampshaded in the episode "The Coon", in which after spending the entire episode keeping the other characters - and the audience - guessing as to his identity, masked vigilante "Mysterion" finally removes his mask, revealing him to be... [[TheUnreveal completely indistinguishable from every other boy in the show.]] Just to rub it in, the rest of the characters recognize him instantly, but don't say his name. Later episodes reveal him to be [[spoiler:Kenny.]][[spoiler:Kenny]].



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