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1st May '16 7:41:30 PM RustyBill
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*** Some have speculated that Carol Marcus was the "blonde lab technician" that Gary Mitchell set Kirk up with, mentioned in the second pilot ''"Where No Man Has Gone Before"''.
1st May '16 7:21:14 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** "A Canterlot Wedding" introduces both Twilight's brother Shining Armor and her former foalsitter Princess Cadance. Twilight claims her brother was her only real friend before she moved to Ponyville (despite her earlier statements that she didn't have ''any'' friends before then), which makes it odd that we ''never'' hear about him for the first two seasons of the show.

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** "A Canterlot Wedding" introduces both Twilight's brother Shining Armor and her former foalsitter Princess Cadance. Twilight claims her brother was her only real friend before she moved to Ponyville (despite her earlier statements that she didn't have ''any'' friends before then), which makes it odd that we ''never'' hear about him for the first two seasons of the show. The rest of the mane cast are extremely confused as well; ''they've'' never heard either one mentioned before either.
1st May '16 7:07:56 PM ImpudentInfidel
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** Mara Jade, the "Emperor's Hand", Luke Skywalker's greatest nemesis aside from Darth Vader and Darth Sidious themselves and [[spoiler: his future wife]], was apparently shadowing Luke (with the intent to kill him due to brainwashing from Sidious) shortly after the events of ''Film/TheEmpireStrikesBack'' and during some of the events of ''Film/ReturnOfTheJedi''. She was in Jabba the Hutt's desert palace on Tatooine during the rescue of Han Solo, disguised as a dancing girl named "Arica" and watching from one of the catacombs as Luke battled the Rancor. She intended to help the Rancor kill Luke, but was distracted by a fight with some Gamorrean guards and returned to the scene too late to stop Luke from slaying the Rancor. Then she tried to gain a seat on Jabba's sail barge during the trip to the Great Pit of Carkoon; but as "Arica" was a mere dancing girl, Mara was excluded from the voyage. Of course, at no point during ''ROTJ'' do we ever see "Arica."
19th Apr '16 3:15:19 PM LondonKdS
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* Quite a clever example appears in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' when the EMH finds evidence of crew member Ahni Jetal who he cannot remember ever being on Voyager. It turns out that [[spoiler:his memories of her were deleted when he failed to save her life, an event too traumatic for his programming to take. Considering that she really had never appeared on the show before, a possible reading is that the entire series up until that point reflects the EMH's edited memories, and Jetal could have been around and involved in major plot points]].

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* Quite a clever inverted example appears in ''Series/StarTrekVoyager'' when the EMH finds evidence of crew member Ahni Jetal who he cannot remember ever being on Voyager. It turns out that [[spoiler:his memories of her were deleted when he failed to save her life, an event too traumatic for his programming to take. Considering that she really had never appeared on the show before, a possible reading is that the entire series up until that point reflects the EMH's edited memories, and Jetal could have been around and involved in major plot points]].
18th Apr '16 6:15:11 AM TrueShadow1
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* In ''Manga/JitsuWaWatashiWa'', the two main characters first met Karen at chapter 60, yet it's revealed later that she's the StudentCouncilPresident of their school. In the next chapters it's shown that Nagisa (the ClassPresident) and Mikan (president of the news club) have known her since the start. Apparently, normal students are unaware of her existence, or that they even have a student council at all.
14th Apr '16 9:35:13 PM ReyKenobi
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* Invoked and lampshaded in ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates''. Despite that several not-so-subtle hints towards [[spoiler: Laslow, Selena, and Odin]]'s true natures as being [[spoiler: in-universe Canon foreigners]] are dropped in their supports, only Xander truly seems to have figured out something was up - specifically because of pretty much everyone in Nohr acting as if these people were still around despite him having not noticed.
13th Apr '16 9:30:56 AM MisterBeeg
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** WordOfGod has stated that we will meet Fluttershy's brother (referred to, in their own words, as [[FandomNickname Flutterbro]]) some time in Season 6. And yet, similar to Twilight and her big brother, in all of currently 105 episodes, Fluttershy has never mentioned (or even implied) that she had a brother.

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** WordOfGod has stated that we will meet Fluttershy's brother (referred to, in their own words, as [[FandomNickname Flutterbro]]) some time in Season 6. And yet, similar to Twilight and her big brother, in all of currently 105 121 episodes, Fluttershy has never mentioned (or even implied) that she had a brother.
11th Apr '16 3:49:01 PM Pichu-kun
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* The ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series was prone to introducing FunnyAnimal characters, despite the mythos of the series implying all animals with anthropomorphic abilities were mutated by Neo Cortex or N. Brio. Coco, Crash's sister, is introduced inexplicably in the second game for example, her background never referred to (later games and bios clarify she was another mutant of Cortex, though even then she is not shown or mentioned in the first game, the only point she could have been created).



* Witch Princess was introduced in ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonDS'' but is the long-standing rival to the Harvest Goddess from ''VideoGame/HarvestMoonFriendsOfMineralTown''.



** ''VideoGame/SpyroEnterTheDragonfly'' introduces "Dragon Spirit", a large statue that has the spirit of an ancient dragon in it. It never appeared in [[VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon the previous title]] nor does it appear in any other but it is treated as it was always there.

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** ''VideoGame/SpyroEnterTheDragonfly'' introduces "Dragon Spirit", a large statue that has the spirit of an ancient dragon in it. It never appeared in [[VideoGame/SpyroTheDragon the previous title]] title]], nor does it appear in any other other, but it is treated as it was always there.



* The ''Franchise/CrashBandicoot'' series was prone to introducing FunnyAnimal characters, despite the mythos of the series implying all animals with anthropomorphic abilities were mutated by Neo Cortex or N. Brio. Coco, Crash's sister, is introduced inexplicably in the second game for example, her background never referred to (later games and bios clarify she was another mutant of Cortex, though even then she is not shown or mentioned in the first game, the only point she could have been created).


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* The prequel to ''Literature/CliffordTheBigRedDog'', ''Clifford's Puppy Days'' introduces Daisy as Emily Elizabeth's pet rabbit. She is not present or even alluded to in the sequel which causes FridgeHorror of what could have happened to her since.
10th Apr '16 8:29:06 PM universalperson
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* DLC character Skarlet from ''VideoGame/{{Mortal Kombat|9}}'', who is present during the ''[=MK1=]''-era events according to the story mode, but never interacts with any of the characters.

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* DLC character Skarlet from ''VideoGame/{{Mortal Kombat|9}}'', who is present during the ''[=MK1=]''-era events according to the story mode, but never interacts with any of the characters. This is probably intentional, as she's an [[AscendedMeme Asce]][[AscendedGlitch nded]] UrbanLegendOfZelda.
7th Apr '16 5:48:52 PM Anicomicgeek
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' does this to both Commissioner Gordon and Lucius Fox when they make their debuts. [[http://www.toonzone.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1902711&postcount=58 While according to]] [[WordOfGod producer Jeff Matsuda]], Gordon was the young officer in the flashback in "Traction", Gordon hadn't appeared in the present until "Night and the City", where it's revealed that he'd had his alliance with Batman for a while before that episode, despite Ellen Yin filling that role in the show before he appeared. Likewise, Lucius is used in a similar manner to his ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'' counterpart, though his debut episode, "The Joining, Part 1" does present him as being rpesent behind the scenes, it did show him meeting Dick Grayson for the first time.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheBatman'' does this to both Commissioner Gordon and Lucius Fox when they make their debuts. [[http://www.toonzone.net/forums/showpost.php?p=1902711&postcount=58 While according to]] [[WordOfGod producer Jeff Matsuda]], Gordon was the young officer in the flashback in "Traction", Gordon hadn't appeared in the present until "Night and the City", where it's revealed that he'd had his alliance with Batman for a while before that episode, despite Ellen Yin filling that role in the show before he appeared. Likewise, Lucius is used in a similar manner to his ''Film/TheDarkKnightTrilogy'' counterpart, though while his debut episode, "The Joining, Part 1" does present him as being rpesent present behind the scenes, it did show him meeting Dick Grayson for the first time.
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