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5th Jul '16 10:45:35 PM WolfThunder
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** Technically, the first Original Generation game was ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsGaiden'', which ''[[UrExample predates]]'' ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' by eight years. Unfortunately, its rather racy, risque dialogue sadly made this a NoExportForYou, though with a NintendoDS VideoGameRemake recently released, it might get a second chance.

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** Technically, the first Original Generation game was ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsGaiden'', which ''[[UrExample predates]]'' ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration'' by eight years. Unfortunately, its rather racy, risque dialogue sadly made this a NoExportForYou, though with a NintendoDS VideoGameRemake recently released, it might get a second chance.NoExportForYou.
4th Jul '16 3:34:08 AM chibibo
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* The crossover game ''VideoGame/LegoDimensions'' gives us Lord Vortech, whose goal is to smash together the various LEGO universes to create his vision of a "perfect" world. We also get his former assistant X-PO and their homeworld Vorton, which contains portals to all the licensed universes.
26th Jun '16 12:36:35 AM Mattwo
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* ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory'' has Woody and Buzz Lightyear, among others. The sequels, HalloweenSpecial and ChristmasSpecial introduced even more of these.
23rd Jun '16 5:12:37 AM Morgenthaler
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* Reptil from ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'', who later [[CanonImmigrant immigrated]] to the mainstream Marvel universe.
* Similar to Reptil, Evan Daniels/Spyke and Kaldur/Aqualad in their [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution respective]] [[WesternAnimation/{{YoungJustice}} shows]] are series original characters, both with a number of similarities. They're both African Americans with blond hair, that were indirectly brought into the comics later but recived voal hatred from sections of the fanbase for reasons other than being series original. And, before all of them, Firestar in ''SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'', created because they couldn't get the copyright to use Johnny Storm.

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* Reptil from ''TheSuperHeroSquadShow'', ''WesternAnimation/TheSuperHeroSquadShow'', who later [[CanonImmigrant immigrated]] to the mainstream Marvel universe.
* Similar to Reptil, Evan Daniels/Spyke and Kaldur/Aqualad in their [[WesternAnimation/XMenEvolution respective]] [[WesternAnimation/{{YoungJustice}} shows]] are series original characters, both with a number of similarities. They're both African Americans with blond hair, that were indirectly brought into the comics later but recived voal hatred from sections of the fanbase for reasons other than being series original. And, before all of them, Firestar in ''SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'', ''WesternAnimation/SpiderManAndHisAmazingFriends'', created because they couldn't get the copyright to use Johnny Storm.
18th May '16 12:55:03 PM Pichu-kun
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* Walter from ''Film/TheMuppets'' is a Muppet made for this movie. He is an interesting case for this trope as he was created for a single franchise (albeit jumping the Muppet Show continuity to the silver screen) rather than a crossover.

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* Walter from ''Film/TheMuppets'' is a Muppet made for this movie. He is an interesting case for this trope as he was created for a single franchise (albeit jumping the ''The Muppet Show Show'' continuity to the silver screen) rather than a crossover.



* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series has a few; Master Hand and Crazy Hand, most of the bosses and the Fighting Polygons/Wire Frames/Alloys. ''Brawl'' brought in the all-original Subspace Army with its leader [[spoiler: Tabuu]]. Notably, most of the ''playable'' characters are still entirely crossovers. (Although some receive traits unique to ''Smash Bros'', like Mr. Game & Watch, who does not exist in his games. Instead, he is a CompositeCharacter of all the ''Game&Watch'' handheld games. He is also [[spoiler: the source of the aforementioned Subspace Army]].)
** Also of note, Master Hand crossed over into the Kirby Games and gives Kirby [[MythologyGag his Smash Bros. Move set when copied]].

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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series has a few; few:
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Master Hand and Crazy Hand, most of the bosses bosses, and the Fighting Polygons/Wire Frames/Alloys. ''Brawl'' brought in the all-original Subspace Army with its leader [[spoiler: Tabuu]]. Notably, most of the ''playable'' characters are still entirely crossovers. (Although some receive traits unique to ''Smash Bros'', like Mr. Game & Watch, who does not exist in his games. Instead, he is a CompositeCharacter of all the ''Game&Watch'' handheld games. He is also [[spoiler: the source of the aforementioned Subspace Army]].)
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) Also of note, Master Hand crossed over into the Kirby Games ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'' games and gives Kirby [[MythologyGag his Smash Bros. Move set when copied]].



** The Smash Bros games also had some unique enemies other than the Subspace Army, such as the Fighting Polygon Team, the Fighting Wire Frames and the Fighting Alloy Team.

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** The Smash Bros ''Smash Bros'' games also had some unique enemies other than the Subspace Army, such as the Fighting Polygon Team, the Fighting Wire Frames and the Fighting Alloy Team.



* ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse'' has Dark Khan, a Bigger Bad who could only be created due to the crossover, being the result of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} and Shao Kahn being struck down by {{Superman}} and Raiden respectively as they were going to escape into dimensional portals while the universes were seperate. All this happening at ''the exact same spot in time and space'', thus merging them ''and'' the two universes.

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* ''VideoGame/MortalKombatVsDCUniverse'' has Dark Khan, a Bigger Bad who could only be created due to the crossover, being the result of {{ComicBook/Darkseid}} and Shao Kahn being struck down by {{Superman}} Franchise/{{Superman}} and Raiden respectively as they were going to escape into dimensional portals while the universes were seperate. All this happening at ''the exact same spot in time and space'', thus merging them ''and'' the two universes.



* The ''NicktoonsUnite'' series has the Wise Old Crab as a rare case of a ''supporting'' original character (all of the playable characters are crossovers) and the Mawgu and Globulous Maximus as Big Bads (the other villains in the series are crossovers).

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* The ''NicktoonsUnite'' ''VideoGame/NicktoonsUnite'' series has the Wise Old Crab as a rare case of a ''supporting'' original character (all of the playable characters are crossovers) and the Mawgu and Globulous Maximus as Big Bads (the other villains in the series are crossovers).



* ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' has Cosmos as the BigGood and the guiding force driving the heroes to defeat Chaos. Chaos himself ''sorta'' counts as this too, as he's from ''Final Fantasy I'' originally, but has been [[AdaptationalBadass reinvented]] [[SuddenlyVoiced to]] [[AdaptationExpansion the]] [[BiggerBad point]] the only real similarities between his original incarnation and his ''Dissidia'' incarnation is their physical appearances and name. The ''Final Fantasy I'' Chaos was a generic demon OneWingedAngel transformation for Garland--''Dissidia's'' Chaos is a PhysicalGod and the BiggerBad to all previous Big Bads.
** Note that it's still implied that he is in fact the Chaos from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'' seeing as rigorous time-and-dimension travel is explained to come into play through the reports in 012.
** Garland says that he and Chaos are the same thing in a cutsceen anyway. Despite Garland being TheDragon to Chaos in this game.

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* ''DissidiaFinalFantasy'' ''VideoGame/DissidiaFinalFantasy'' has Cosmos as the BigGood and the guiding force driving the heroes to defeat Chaos. Chaos himself ''sorta'' counts as this too, as he's from ''Final Fantasy I'' originally, but has been [[AdaptationalBadass reinvented]] [[SuddenlyVoiced to]] [[AdaptationExpansion the]] [[BiggerBad point]] the only real similarities between his original incarnation and his ''Dissidia'' incarnation is their physical appearances and name. The ''Final Fantasy I'' Chaos was a generic demon OneWingedAngel transformation for Garland--''Dissidia's'' Chaos is a PhysicalGod and the BiggerBad to all previous Big Bads.
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Bads. Note that it's still implied that he is in fact the Chaos from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyI'' seeing as rigorous time-and-dimension travel is explained to come into play through the reports in 012.
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012. Garland says that he and Chaos are the same thing in a cutsceen anyway. Despite Garland being TheDragon to Chaos in this game.



* Lord Fuse and Planet Fusion were created for ''FusionFall''.

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* Lord Fuse and Planet Fusion were created for ''FusionFall''.''VideoGame/FusionFall''.



* ''HyruleWarriors'', a [[XMeetsY crossover spinoff of]] ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'', has multiple characters from the ''Zelda'' series who are either playable or appear as bosses (or both). However, there are also a few original characters. One is Cia, the primary villain, a sorceress with a VillainousCrush on Link. She's supported by Wizzro, an evil ring that was reborn into a sorcerer of darkness (inspired by ''Zelda'' baddy Wizzrobe), and Valga, a BloodKnight who [[DealWithTheDevil sold his soul to Cia in order to gain power]] (inspired by Volvagia, the dragon boss from ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''). Also, on the side of the heroes, there's the CuteWitch Lana, who has some history with Cia.

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* ''HyruleWarriors'', ''VideoGame/HyruleWarriors'', a [[XMeetsY crossover spinoff of]] ''Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda'' and ''VideoGame/DynastyWarriors'', has multiple characters from the ''Zelda'' series who are either playable or appear as bosses (or both). However, there are also a few original characters. One is Cia, the primary villain, a sorceress with a VillainousCrush on Link. She's supported by Wizzro, an evil ring that was reborn into a sorcerer of darkness (inspired by ''Zelda'' baddy Wizzrobe), and Valga, a BloodKnight who [[DealWithTheDevil sold his soul to Cia in order to gain power]] (inspired by Volvagia, the dragon boss from ''VideoGame/ZeldaIITheAdventureOfLink''). Also, on the side of the heroes, there's the CuteWitch Lana, who has some history with Cia.


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* ''VideoGame/YokaiWatch'' mainly uses actual Japanese {{youkai}} however many are original characters. This is most obvious in the third game, where many of the "American yokai" are influenced by other material or are based on EagleLand stereotypes.
12th May '16 7:21:55 AM MajinAkuma
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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 16 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 14 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.

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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 16 17 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 14 13 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.
9th May '16 3:39:24 AM MajinAkuma
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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 15 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 15 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.

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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 15 16 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 15 14 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.
8th May '16 2:40:59 AM MajinAkuma
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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 14 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 16 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.

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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 14 15 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 16 15 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.
1st May '16 2:31:16 PM MajinAkuma
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** The ''[[Anime/YesPrettyCure5 Yes! Pre Cure]]'' movie and ''[[Anime/HeartCatchPrettyCure Heart catch Pre Cure]]'' movie both had original Cures, but the ones from ''Yes!'' were evil and the one in ''Heartcatch'' was just to set up a bit of backstory.

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** The ''[[Anime/YesPrettyCure5 Yes! Pre Cure]]'' ''Anime/YesPrettyCure5'' movie and ''[[Anime/HeartCatchPrettyCure Heart catch Pre Cure]]'' ''Anime/HeartCatchPrettyCure'' movie both had original Cures, but the ones from ''Yes!'' were evil and the one in ''Heartcatch'' was just to set up a bit of backstory.



* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 12 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 18 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.

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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 12 14 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 18 16 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.
24th Apr '16 3:15:20 AM MajinAkuma
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* ''TableTop/YuGiOh'': The [[Anime/YuGiOhZEXAL ZEXAL anime]] only introduced 46 of the 100 Emperor's Key Numbers and the [[Manga/YuGiOhZEXAL manga]], which is a completely different continuity, introduced only 24 new Numbers. 12 of the remaining 30 Numbers have been introduced by the OCG, and the other 18 unknown Numbers will be eventually revealed later.
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