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15th Feb '17 1:17:18 PM QuizzicalPieridine
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12th Feb '17 2:03:21 PM bwburke94
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** The sequel fic, ''Convergence'', brings in Team JNPR and [[spoiler:Cinder's faction]], and ties in another fic by the same author in which an amnesiac Summer Rose played this role.
8th Feb '17 11:13:37 AM Lloigor
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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation put its typically creepy spin on this: [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1304 SCP-1304]] is a violent sacrifice ritual. If you write a book where a character has it done to them, soon after publication the victim will get reincarnated as a human in the real world. They won't have memories of their fictional past, but their life will mirror that in the novel, as closely as reality allows.

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* The Wiki/SCPFoundation put its typically creepy spin on this: [[http://scp-wiki.wikidot.com/scp-1304 SCP-1304]] is a violent sacrifice ritual. If you write one writes a book where a character has it done to them, soon after publication the victim will get reincarnated as a human in the real world. They won't have memories of their fictional past, but their life will mirror that in the novel, as closely as reality allows.
5th Feb '17 2:18:34 PM Storygirl000
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* This trope is actually a somewhat popular method of creating a SelfInsertFic-a character or characters from a popular fictional work (or [[{{Crossover}} multiple works of fiction]]) end up in the rewal world, and it's up to the {{OC}} to help them out.

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* This trope is actually a somewhat popular method of creating a SelfInsertFic-a character or characters from a popular fictional work (or [[{{Crossover}} multiple works of fiction]]) end up in the rewal real world, and it's up to the {{OC}} to help them out.
5th Feb '17 2:18:08 PM Storygirl000
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* This trope is actually a somewhat popular method of creating a SelfInsertFic-a character or characters from a popular fictional work (or [[Crossover multiple works of fiction]]) end up in the rewal world, and it's up to the {{OC}} to help them out.

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* This trope is actually a somewhat popular method of creating a SelfInsertFic-a character or characters from a popular fictional work (or [[Crossover [[{{Crossover}} multiple works of fiction]]) end up in the rewal world, and it's up to the {{OC}} to help them out.
5th Feb '17 2:17:38 PM Storygirl000
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* This trope is actually a somewhat popular method of creating a SelfInsertFic-a character or characters from a popular fictional work (or [[Crossover multiple works of fiction]]) end up in the rewal world, and it's up to the {{OC}} to help them out.
20th Jan '17 4:58:04 AM ChronoLegion
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* ''Film/LastActionHero'' has a CowboyCop from an early '90s action movie (played by Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger) arrive in the real world.

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* ''Film/LastActionHero'' has a CowboyCop from an early '90s action movie (played by Creator/ArnoldSchwarzenegger) arrive in the real world. [[spoiler:So does his nemesis Benedict, who realizes he can use the magic ticket to bring other movie villains into the real world, where the rules of storytelling don't apply and "bad guys can win!"]]
20th Jan '17 4:56:42 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the wrap-up film for ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', Jett and his ShowWithinAShow character, a superspy named Silverstone, switch places. While Jett has to try to save the world using skills he doesn't have, Silverstone is stuck in a small town with real-life problems he never learned to deal with.

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* In the wrap-up film for ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', Jett and his ShowWithinAShow character, a superspy named Silverstone, switch places. While Jett has to try to save the world using skills he doesn't have, Silverstone is stuck in a small town with real-life problems he never learned to deal with. Notably, Jett's great-grandmother Miz Correta immediately realizes that Silverstone isn't Jett.
20th Jan '17 4:55:25 AM ChronoLegion
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* In the wrap-up film for ''Series/TheFamousJettJackson'', Jett and his ShowWithinAShow character, a superspy named Silverstone, switch places. While Jett has to try to save the world using skills he doesn't have, Silverstone is stuck in a small town with real-life problems he never learned to deal with.
20th Jan '17 4:53:16 AM ChronoLegion
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* The second season of ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' introduces the concept of Fictionals, which are fictional characters brought into the real world either with a spell, or, more rarely, by their sheer popularity being enough to literally bring them up off the page. In any case, they remain bound by the rules of their story, and cannot be killed in any way unbefitting of their character. The main villains of the season happen to be two evil ones [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Shakespeare's]] [[Theatre/TheTempest Prospero]] and [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Moriarty]].

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* The second season of ''[[Series/TheLibrarians2014 The Librarians]]'' introduces the concept of Fictionals, which are fictional characters brought into the real world either with a spell, or, more rarely, by their sheer popularity being enough to literally bring them up off the page. In any case, they remain bound by the rules of their story, and cannot be killed in any way unbefitting of their character. The main villains of the season happen to be two evil ones [[Creator/WilliamShakespeare Shakespeare's]] [[Theatre/TheTempest Prospero]] and [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Moriarty]]. In fact, the former is unique in that [[spoiler:he's actually possessing the body of the Bard himself, borne of Shakespeare's angst over his waning popularity and a magical quill]].
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