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5th Dec '16 9:55:40 AM Arachnos
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24th Nov '16 4:15:54 AM Sabrewing
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* Alex only reads chapters from the ''Tome of VideoGame/EternalDarkness'' that her grandfather thought to hide away for her in preparation to fight Pious, and the book is still quite thick; given that the conflict has been going on for two millennia, involving people from any number of walks of life, it's quite easy to craft a chapter of your own, especially if you choose to [[AlternateHistory weave it into historical events]]. And since [[spoiler:Mantorok's goals upon his victory over all three Ancients are unknown, and there's at least one more Ancient out there]], the story can [[TheEndOrIsIt definitely progress]] [[DontCelebrateJustYet past Alex's time]].
17th Nov '16 4:08:03 PM RoarkTenjouin
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** ''[[Series/KamenRiderExAid Ex-Aid]]'' zig-zags this trope - on one hand, the [[Main/TransformationTrinket gashats]] are based off of various video game genres are relatively easy to imagine - just pick a video game genre (i.e., Platformer, Adventure), and imagine a name for the gashat; then, come up with the rider design and name; best part of all is that it's been shown in-universe that you can actually BUY the belts and gashats if you have enough money, meaning that you can just handwave away how your rider got their hands on one. On the other hand, unlike the aforementioned ''Gaim'', the belts are usually only used by people with medical degrees (although nothing has suggested that someone without a degree couldn't use one), the riders usually fight in a method similar to the genre of the respective Gashat (i.e., shooters use guns, adventure uses swords), and the design of the rider usually matches the genre; additionally, there are 2 forms for the first Gashat a rider uses (LV 1 and LV 2 - with the former being more bulkier, while the latter is a more traditional rider design), it's been shown that some genres serve as upgrades as opposed to other forms (such as rhythm - DoReMiFa Beat - and mecha - Gekitotsu Robots), and there has been nothing to suggest that each genre of video game can have more than one gashat (and good luck if you decide to try and make a Gashat based on Sandbox games or Visual Novels that doesn't involve the user gaining GodMode).
16th Nov '16 2:06:24 AM ShinyManaphy
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* A ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'' OC is easy to create, as the series takes place at a school. Adding a new character who attends St Pigeonation's is as easy as getting a stock photo of a bird and designing a human form for them (along with whatever ridiculous and/or tragic backstory the author feels they require). Members of the Hawk or Dove Parties aren't quite as common but still feasible.
12th Nov '16 2:08:20 AM Morgenthaler
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* As noted in General, it's trivially easy to add a "baddest of the {{badass}}" [[CoolSpaceship new ship]] in any game or series based in space, particularly when there's such a potentially huge war zone where only relatively small slivers of it have been revealed, like in the ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' or ''StarWars'' game universes.

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* As noted in General, it's trivially easy to add a "baddest of the {{badass}}" badass" [[CoolSpaceship new ship]] in any game or series based in space, particularly when there's such a potentially huge war zone where only relatively small slivers of it have been revealed, like in the ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' or ''StarWars'' game universes.
11th Nov '16 6:33:46 PM BattleMaster
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* Similarly, the same is encouraged to a lesser extent in TabletopGame/BattleTech. While all of the House regiments and Clan formations have been detailed in canon, Catalyst flat-out encourages players to make up their own new mercenary units and other formations.

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* Similarly, the same is encouraged to a lesser extent in TabletopGame/BattleTech. While all of the Major House regiments and Clan formations have been detailed in canon, canon only in their basic composition (X number of mechs, Y number of Battle Armor, Z number of Aerospace Fighters, etc), allowing for easy insertion of a fan-created team. Also, Catalyst flat-out encourages players to make up their own new mercenary units units, militia groups, pirates and other formations.
9th Nov '16 11:17:04 AM SparkyYoungUpstart
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* 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.
5th Nov '16 7:02:40 PM infernape612
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* It's extremely easy to make new copy abilities for ''Franchise/Kirby'', given how each canon installment adds new copy abilities that either become staples of the franchise or become one-shot abilities.

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* It's extremely easy to make new copy abilities for ''Franchise/Kirby'', ''Franchise/{{Kirby}}'', given how each canon installment adds new copy abilities that either become staples of the franchise or become one-shot abilities.
30th Oct '16 4:46:39 PM nombretomado
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* For ''Franchise/HeroFactory'', the successor line to ''Bionicle'', Toys/{{LEGO}} created the Hero Recon Team. In-universe, the Recon Team is an intelligence force keeping tabs on the locations of villains. Out-of-universe, it's a program that lets fans create their own in-canon original characters and [[MerchandiseDriven buy toy versions of them]].

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* For ''Franchise/HeroFactory'', ''Toys/HeroFactory'', the successor line to ''Bionicle'', Toys/{{LEGO}} created the Hero Recon Team. In-universe, the Recon Team is an intelligence force keeping tabs on the locations of villains. Out-of-universe, it's a program that lets fans create their own in-canon original characters and [[MerchandiseDriven buy toy versions of them]].
28th Oct '16 1:05:02 PM Morgenthaler
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* ''TheRailwaySeries'' has [[AllThereInTheManual ''The Island of Sodor'' and ''Sodor: Reading Between The Lines'']] which suggest that there are eighty locomotives on the Fat Controller's railway alone, as well as a number of engines formerly working on Sodor and several branch lines, minor railways and industries that could be rail-served. Fanfic characters are therefore usually just a case of finding a gap in the Sodor stockbooks and dropping an engine (often [[AuthorAppeal the author's favourite class of locomotive]] ) in. In many cases, as real locomotives have been turned into characters in the series proper, creating a character is often as simple as putting a face on a real engine and inventing a reason for them to come to Sodor.
* Most ''{{Holes}}'' fanfics have someone new coming to Camp Green Lake - and it's almost always a girl, despite the fact that it's an all-boys camp. This is rarely even {{Handwave}}d.
* Lost Targaryens in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' fanfic who just ''happen'' to stumble on dragon eggs and start conquering stuff.

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* ''TheRailwaySeries'' ''Literature/TheRailwaySeries'' has [[AllThereInTheManual ''The Island of Sodor'' and ''Sodor: Reading Between The Lines'']] which suggest that there are eighty locomotives on the Fat Controller's railway alone, as well as a number of engines formerly working on Sodor and several branch lines, minor railways and industries that could be rail-served. Fanfic characters are therefore usually just a case of finding a gap in the Sodor stockbooks and dropping an engine (often [[AuthorAppeal the author's favourite class of locomotive]] ) in. In many cases, as real locomotives have been turned into characters in the series proper, creating a character is often as simple as putting a face on a real engine and inventing a reason for them to come to Sodor.
* Most ''{{Holes}}'' ''Literature/{{Holes}}'' fanfics have someone new coming to Camp Green Lake - and it's almost always a girl, despite the fact that it's an all-boys camp. This is rarely even {{Handwave}}d.
* Lost Targaryens in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' fanfic who just ''happen'' to stumble on dragon eggs and start conquering stuff.
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