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23rd Apr '17 9:23:57 AM nombretomado
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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderDenO Den-O]]'''s Imagin are based off Fairy Tales, so it's possible for one to make one based off an unused fairy tale. Kamen Riders in that setting are mostly made by bonding an Imagin to the suit, so you can also plop a pre-existing Imagin to make a new Kamen Rider. The Imagin Sieg was supposedly based on the story of ''SwanLake'', which actually had a black swan EvilTwin named Oderjean to the protagonist, white swan Odette - hence, [[http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a323/aaronhong/Den-O%20Expanded%20Universe/KRDenOClawForm2.png this pic of Sieg's Evil Twin.]]

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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderDenO Den-O]]'''s Imagin are based off Fairy Tales, so it's possible for one to make one based off an unused fairy tale. Kamen Riders in that setting are mostly made by bonding an Imagin to the suit, so you can also plop a pre-existing Imagin to make a new Kamen Rider. The Imagin Sieg was supposedly based on the story of ''SwanLake'', ''Theatre/SwanLake'', which actually had a black swan EvilTwin named Oderjean to the protagonist, white swan Odette - hence, [[http://i14.photobucket.com/albums/a323/aaronhong/Den-O%20Expanded%20Universe/KRDenOClawForm2.png this pic of Sieg's Evil Twin.]]
21st Apr '17 7:57:51 AM fruitstripegum
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', which involves a race of [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot magical alien]] [[SiliconBasedLife crystal people]] called Gems, quickly gave rise to "gemsonas"--pick a kind of gem or stone for the name and design a character. Naturally, this only became more popular after the middle of season one, when new Gems began to appear on the show itself. While canonically the Gems are [[OneGenderRace all female]] (excepting the title character, who's a HalfHumanHybrid), gemsonas match a fan's preference. The problem arises however, when one considers the limited amount of crystals/minerals out there. While there's a few hundred regular gemstones, and a few hundred more uncommon, though readily pronounceable ones to pick from, there's a good 2000 or so unlikely to be used. Not too many would settle for a Gemsona named Akhtenskite, for instance. Thus, the inevitable OneSteveLimit (pun not intended) is bound to crop up. Lampshaded in a fan animation [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJbkylxnTsw here]]. However, given the recent confirmation that multiples of the same gem exist in canon (such as [[spoiler:Peridot]] claiming that all Pearls are made-to-order status symbols), it's not as big a deal to pick a gem that already exists.

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', which involves a race of [[NinjaPirateZombieRobot magical alien]] [[SiliconBasedLife crystal people]] called Gems, quickly gave rise to "gemsonas"--pick a kind of gem or stone for the name and design a character. Naturally, this only became more popular after the middle of season one, when new Gems began to appear on the show itself. While canonically the Gems are [[OneGenderRace all female]] (excepting the title character, who's a HalfHumanHybrid), gemsonas match a fan's preference. The problem arises however, when one considers the limited amount of crystals/minerals out there. While there's a few hundred regular gemstones, and a few hundred more uncommon, though readily pronounceable ones to pick from, there's a good 2000 or so unlikely to be used. Not too many would settle for a Gemsona named Akhtenskite, for instance. Thus, the inevitable OneSteveLimit (pun not intended) is bound to crop up. Lampshaded in a fan animation [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KJbkylxnTsw here]]. However, given the recent confirmation that multiples of the same gem exist in canon (such as [[spoiler:Peridot]] claiming that all Pearls are made-to-order status symbols), symbols, as well as the existence of the Ruby Squad), it's not as big a deal to pick a gem that already exists.
10th Apr '17 3:01:18 PM margdean56
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* ''Literature/SurvivorDogs'' original characters are significantly rarer, due to the ''much'' smaller fandom size, compared to sister-series ''Literature/WarriorCats'' however they still pop up. They're pretty much all Leashed Dogs who join the Wild Pack after their owners evacuated due to the earthquake.

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* ''Literature/SurvivorDogs'' original characters are significantly rarer, due to the ''much'' smaller fandom size, compared to sister-series ''Literature/WarriorCats'' however ''Literature/WarriorCats'', but they still pop up. They're pretty much all Leashed Dogs who join the Wild Pack after their owners evacuated evacuate due to the earthquake.
10th Apr '17 2:48:43 PM margdean56
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** Also, in spite of the fact that this theory has been allegedly {{Jossed}} by Geoff Johns, the idea of the colors uniting to form the white light of creation to combat the Black Lanterns has led to the creation White Lanterns in many fandoms. The lead up to ''Brightest Day'' only fueled it further.
** Common fandom jokes: Brown Lanterns, aka the Apathy Corps. Also Infared and Ultraviolet Lanterns.

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** Also, in spite of the fact that this theory has been allegedly {{Jossed}} by Geoff Johns, the idea of the colors uniting to form the white light of creation to combat the Black Lanterns has led to the creation of White Lanterns in many fandoms. The lead up lead-up to ''Brightest Day'' only fueled it further.
** Common fandom jokes: Brown Lanterns, aka the Apathy Corps. Also Infared Infrared and Ultraviolet Lanterns.



* The first special of ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'' focused on the 1831 Pantheon, but deliberately only named eleven members (the Bronte sisters counting as a single triplicate deity). WordOfGod from Creator/KieronGillen has said that this is so readers can take their own favourite [[{{Romanticism}} Romantic]] artist and their favourite deity in their headcanons for the pantheon.

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* The first special of ''ComicBook/TheWickedAndTheDivine'' focused on the 1831 Pantheon, but deliberately only named eleven members (the Bronte Brontë sisters counting as a single triplicate deity). WordOfGod from Creator/KieronGillen has said that this is so readers can take their own favourite [[{{Romanticism}} Romantic]] artist and their favourite deity in their headcanons for the pantheon.
9th Apr '17 5:17:29 PM Warwolf
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* One could argue that any long running character in any promotion who suddenly gains a rival who is somehow tied to that character's past is technically a Sailor Earth, regardless of whether that character is an ally or adversary. This has most recently been seen being utilized in LuchaUnderground, who introduced an on again/off again rival for Killshot.

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* One could argue that any long running character in any promotion who suddenly gains a rival who is somehow tied to that character's past is technically a Sailor Earth, regardless of whether that character is an ally or adversary. This has most recently been seen being utilized in LuchaUnderground, who introduced Dante Fox, who would become an on again/off again rival for Killshot.
9th Apr '17 5:16:02 PM Warwolf
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* One could argue that any long running character in any promotion who suddenly gains a rival who is somehow tied to that character's past is technically a Sailor Earth, regardless of whether that character is an ally or adversary. This has most recently been Utilized with LuchaUnderground, who introduced an on again/off again rival for Killshot.

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* One could argue that any long running character in any promotion who suddenly gains a rival who is somehow tied to that character's past is technically a Sailor Earth, regardless of whether that character is an ally or adversary. This has most recently been Utilized with seen being utilized in LuchaUnderground, who introduced an on again/off again rival for Killshot.
9th Apr '17 5:15:31 PM Warwolf
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* ''Kane'' was technically a Sailor Earth, as for awhile the WWE was desperately trying to find someone outside of Hulk Hogan, Randy Savage, or the Ultimate Warrior for The Undertaker to feud with for years after turning him face. ''Very'' few worked. Mankind became a counterpart character seemingly by pure serendipity. Kane was based on the early name for the Undertaker himself, given a backstory, and the two would go at it for years afterwards.
* One could argue that any long running character in any promotion who suddenly gains a rival who is somehow tied to that character's past is technically a Sailor Earth, regardless of whether that character is an ally or adversary. This has most recently been Utilized with LuchaUnderground, who introduced an on again/off again rival for Killshot.
6th Apr '17 9:07:01 AM LanceOmikron
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** A semi-canon example exists for ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricanger'' in the form of [=TentoRaiger=], introduced in the second season of ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger''. However, she was a villain- so naturally, the door is left open for fans to imagine what a version of her on the side of good would be like.

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** A semi-canon example exists for ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricanger'' ''Series/NinpuuSentaiHurricaneger'' in the form of [=TentoRaiger=], introduced in the second season of ''Series/HikoninSentaiAkibaranger''. However, she was a villain- so naturally, the door is left open for fans to imagine what a version of her on the side of good would be like.
6th Apr '17 8:59:15 AM LanceOmikron
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* This is easier in ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' than you might think. Considering nearly every team leaves at least one common ranger colour out and the canon [[TheSixthRanger Sixth Rangers]] are allowed to join up late too, all it takes is to pick a season, pick a colour they didn't use, throw a little ''DeusExMachina'' in here and there and voila! The White Ninja Storm Ranger! The Green Dino Thunder Ranger! The Black Mystic Force Ranger! And that's without even getting into non-canon ranger colours.

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* This is easier in ''Franchise/PowerRangers'' than you might think. Considering nearly every team leaves at least one common ranger colour out and the canon [[TheSixthRanger Sixth Rangers]] are allowed to join up late too, all it takes is to pick a season, pick a colour they didn't use, throw a little ''DeusExMachina'' in here and there and voila! The White Ninja Storm Ranger! The Green Dino Thunder Ranger! The Black Mystic Force Ranger! And that's without even getting into seldom-used or even non-canon ranger colours.
31st Mar '17 11:08:49 AM Pichu-kun
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** Plenty of fans have come up with their own ''Sugar Rush'' racers. All you need to do is make a boy or girl that wears a dessert, confectionery creation or any sort of sweet food themed clothing, and then give him or her a ridiculous name. A bit like ''Franchise/StrawberryShortcake'' but with a CoolCar.

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** Plenty of fans have come up with their own ''Sugar Rush'' racers. All you need to do is make a boy or girl that wears a dessert, confectionery creation or any sort of sweet food themed clothing, and then give him or her a ridiculous name. A bit like ''Franchise/StrawberryShortcake'' ''WesternAnimation/StrawberryShortcake'' but with a CoolCar.



* Fans tend to create their own [[WesternAnimation/{{Nine}} stitchpunks]] with numbers of 10 and higher. Which may or may not totally defeat their original purpose, or maybe the fans just imagine themselves to be the scientist's partners who all decided to band together and create an army of stitchpunks for a more likely chance of destroying the machine, or... whatever, my brain hurts.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Nine}}'':
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Fans tend to create their own [[WesternAnimation/{{Nine}} stitchpunks]] stitchpunks with numbers of 10 and higher. Which may or may not totally defeat their original purpose, or maybe the fans just imagine themselves to be the scientist's partners who all decided to band together and create an army of stitchpunks for a more likely chance of destroying the machine, or... whatever, my brain hurts.






* The ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]'' fanbase is notorious for this. Most Warriors fanfics have no involvement with the canon characters (either the writer will create new Clans or write about the book Clans in a different time period than canon).

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* The ''[[Literature/WarriorCats Warriors]]'' ''Literature/WarriorCats'' fanbase is notorious for this. Most Warriors ''Warriors'' fanfics have no involvement with the canon characters (either characters. The most common ways to do this are to involve a kittypet kit joining a Clan, a twoleg (occasionally a reader transported into the writer will create series) being transformed into a cat and joining a Clan, the descendants of canon cats, or a random [=OC=] just plain being born into a Clan. There are also a lot of fanwork revolving around new Clans or write about the book Clans in a different time period than canon). Clans. The TrollFic ''Fanfic/StarkitsProphecy'' is an especially infamous example.


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* ''Literature/SurvivorDogs'' original characters are significantly rarer, due to the ''much'' smaller fandom size, compared to sister-series ''Literature/WarriorCats'' however they still pop up. They're pretty much all Leashed Dogs who join the Wild Pack after their owners evacuated due to the earthquake.
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