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23rd May '18 6:17:15 AM Aasivar
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*** If you Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:"Donald Anderson"]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised that his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]

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*** If you call Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:"Donald Anderson"]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised that his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]
8th May '18 2:22:20 PM JJHIL325
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' often has hints in the dialogue and background that can be connected to things that are revealed later. For example, the episode "Alone Together" provides some interesting hints at Garnet being a fusion of two gems, Ruby and Sapphire. Garnet is the most gleeful and encouraging of Steven and Connie fusing into one person, calling it an experience that is meant to be enjoyed. Also, when the other Gems say that fusion is hard for them to comfort Steven's initial failed attempts, Garnet deadpans that it isn't for her. She's right, it isn't, since she spends her entire life as a fusion.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' often has hints in the dialogue and background that can be connected to things that are revealed later.
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For example, the episode "Alone Together" provides some interesting hints at Garnet being a fusion of two gems, Ruby and Sapphire. Garnet is the most gleeful and encouraging of Steven and Connie fusing into one person, calling it an experience that is meant to be enjoyed. Also, when the other Gems say that fusion is hard for them to comfort Steven's initial failed attempts, Garnet deadpans that it isn't for her. She's right, it isn't, since she spends her entire life as a fusion.


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** TheReveal that [[spoiler: Rose Quartz and Pink Diamond '''[[TwoAliasesOneCharacter were the same person]]''']] not only casts a whole new light on [[spoiler: her relationship with Pearl, the Gem War, and [[SuperpowerLottery several of her and Steven's powers]]]], but the ''entire'' series in general.
6th May '18 5:35:35 AM Stinkoman87
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** Not just them; ''everyone'' in the opening number ends up as a recurring character for the rest of the movie.
1st May '18 5:44:15 PM ChrisCmoney
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*** When Snake recovers his gear after the torture segment and discovers that Revolver Ocelot [[spoiler:planted a bomb in his equipment]], if you call your support staff they'll all remark on Ocelot's actions. Miller is particularly disgusted, which is understandable [[spoiler:but after knowing the truth, you realize it's Liquid angered at how Ocelot acted against orders, since he's manipulating Snake and needs him alive. Ocelot acting against orders also perfectly foreshadows his reveal as a double agent in TheStinger.]]

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*** When Snake recovers his gear after the torture segment and discovers that Revolver Ocelot [[spoiler:planted a bomb in his equipment]], if you call your support staff they'll all remark on Ocelot's actions. Miller [[spoiler:Miller is particularly disgusted, which is seems understandable [[spoiler:but but after knowing the truth, you realize it's Liquid Liquid's actually angered at how Ocelot acted against orders, since he's manipulating Snake and needs him alive. Ocelot acting against orders also perfectly foreshadows his reveal as a double agent in TheStinger.]]
1st May '18 5:38:34 PM ChrisCmoney
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'': A lot of twists that come late in the game [[spoiler:such as [[BigBad Liquid Snake]] [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretending to be]] [[KillAndReplace one of your support]] on the codec the whole time]] results in many scenes and conversations from earlier on now taking on totally different meanings when replaying the game. As an example, try calling Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:Donald Anderson]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised that his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]

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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'': A lot of twists that come late in the game [[spoiler:such as [[BigBad Liquid Snake]] [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretending to be]] [[KillAndReplace one of your support]] on the codec the whole time]] results in many scenes and conversations from earlier on now taking on totally different meanings when replaying the game. As an example, try calling some examples:
*** If you
Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:Donald Anderson]] [[spoiler:"Donald Anderson"]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised that his own henchman suddenly got killed.]] ]]
*** When Snake recovers his gear after the torture segment and discovers that Revolver Ocelot [[spoiler:planted a bomb in his equipment]], if you call your support staff they'll all remark on Ocelot's actions. Miller is particularly disgusted, which is understandable [[spoiler:but after knowing the truth, you realize it's Liquid angered at how Ocelot acted against orders, since he's manipulating Snake and needs him alive. Ocelot acting against orders also perfectly foreshadows his reveal as a double agent in TheStinger.]]
29th Apr '18 5:18:44 PM ChrisCmoney
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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'': A lot of twists that come late in the game [[spoiler:such as [[BigBad Liquid Snake]] [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretending to be]] [[KillAndReplace one of your support]] on the codec the whole time]] take on a whole new meaning when replaying the game. As an example, try calling Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:Donald Anderson]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you'll realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend being in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised at one of his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]

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** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'': A lot of twists that come late in the game [[spoiler:such as [[BigBad Liquid Snake]] [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretending to be]] [[KillAndReplace one of your support]] on the codec the whole time]] take results in many scenes and conversations from earlier on a whole new meaning now taking on totally different meanings when replaying the game. As an example, try calling Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:Donald Anderson]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you'll you realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend being in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised at one of that his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]
29th Apr '18 4:51:38 PM ChrisCmoney
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* In ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'', the big twist at the end is that the events of the Plant Chapter were a series of carefully manipulated recreations of the events in the original ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid''. The hints towards this twist are a bit more obvious during the second playthrough, particularly with the (A.I.) Colonel often letting it slipped by with his open distrust and hostility towards Solid Snake (who is disguised as a surviving SEAL Team 10 member) by acknowledging that he's an unaccounted factor in the "simulation", as his presence was not planned for.

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* In ''Franchise/MetalGear'':
** ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid'': A lot of twists that come late in the game [[spoiler:such as [[BigBad Liquid Snake]] [[DeadPersonImpersonation pretending to be]] [[KillAndReplace one of your support]] on the codec the whole time]] take on a whole new meaning when replaying the game. As an example, try calling Master Miller shortly after [[spoiler:Donald Anderson]] dies in front of Snake, and you'll get Miller in total surprise at the death. After a second playthrough and you'll realize [[spoiler:it's not your friend being in shock that the man you tried to rescue dropped dead. It's the main villain surprised at one of his own henchman suddenly got killed.]]
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''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid2SonsOfLiberty'', the big twist at the end is that the events of the Plant Chapter were a series of carefully manipulated recreations of the events in the original ''VideoGame/MetalGearSolid''. The hints towards this twist are a bit more obvious during the second playthrough, particularly with the (A.I.) Colonel often letting it slipped by with his open distrust and hostility towards Solid Snake (who is disguised as a surviving SEAL Team 10 member) by acknowledging that he's an unaccounted factor in the "simulation", as his presence was not planned for.
15th Apr '18 11:49:19 AM MsZephy7
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** Likewise, most players initially won't think too much of [[spoiler: Goro Akechi]]'s first appearance talking about the Phantom Thieves right after Madarame mentions there is a second Metaverse user. With knowledge of who the Traitor is, it comes off as suspicious that the game is introducing a character that is against the Phantom Thieves immediately afterwards.
15th Apr '18 11:18:54 AM MsZephy7
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* In ''VideoGame/Persona5'', prior to their first visit to the Meta-verse, you will notice that the Protagonist accidentally activates the Meta-Nav when he first meets Ryuji. Also, Ryuji unknowingly said all keywords to Kamoshida's Palace - specifically, "Kamoshida", "pervy teacher", "king of a castle" and "Shujin".

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* In ''VideoGame/Persona5'', prior ''VideoGame/Persona5'':
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to their first visit to the Meta-verse, you will notice that the Protagonist accidentally activates the Meta-Nav when he first meets Ryuji. Also, Ryuji unknowingly said all keywords to Kamoshida's Palace - specifically, "Kamoshida", "pervy teacher", "king of a castle" and "Shujin".
** When Akechi first meets the Phantom Thieves, he makes a remark about hearing someone talk about pancakes. [[spoiler: On the second playthrough, it becomes very obvious that Akechi had revealed too much, especially since it was Morgana who spoke about pancakes and only those who have been to the Metaverse could hear Morgana.]]
12th Apr '18 4:18:27 AM DanteVin
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* ''VideoGame/GranblueFantasy'': Some Fate Episodes of specific characters have minor changes in dialogue if you manage to view them again after unlocking another version of that same character, or any version of another supporting character.
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