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12th Feb '17 4:43:05 PM Gosicrystal
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the survival of different characters affect certain aspects of the story, up to and including [[LostForever the survival of certain recruitable units]]. Most character deaths are unavoidable on specific routes, but some can be prevented.

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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the survival of different characters affect certain aspects of the story, up to and including [[LostForever [[PermanentlyMissableContent the survival of certain recruitable units]]. Most character deaths are unavoidable on specific routes, but some can be prevented.
22nd Nov '16 8:28:57 AM infernape612
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* The ''Franchise/{{Aliens}}'' comic series by Creator/DarkHorse originally started as a sequel to the events of the [[Film/{{Aliens}} second movie]]. Since Ripley couldn't be used due to stipulations from the movie executives, the writers decide to focus the comic around Hicks and Newt. When ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' unceremoniously killed off Hicks and Newt (and ultimately Ripley herself), the comics were reprinted with the characters renamed.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Aliens}}'' comic series by Creator/DarkHorse originally started as a sequel to the events of the [[Film/{{Aliens}} second movie]]. Since Ripley couldn't be used due to stipulations from the movie executives, the writers decide to focus the comic around Hicks and Newt. When ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' ''Film/{{Alien 3}}'' unceremoniously killed off Hicks and Newt (and ultimately Ripley herself), the comics were reprinted with the characters renamed.
30th Mar '16 10:25:28 AM igordebraga
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* Ian Malcolm survived in ''Film/JurassicPark'', while in [[Literature/JurassicPark the book]] he died. However, since the character would be returning to star in the sequel film, the second book has him unaccountably alive with no explanation ever given for this fact. Essentially, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'' is a book that is the sequel to the movie, and the original ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' novel has no sequels. In the novelization of ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'', he attributes his not-being-dead to several accounts of the events; evidently the first book was one of them, being either incomplete or inaccurate. Fortunately, it wasn't much of a retcon; his death in the book happened off-screen when he succumbed to his wounds at the very end.

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* Ian Malcolm survived in ''Film/JurassicPark'', while in [[Literature/JurassicPark the book]] he died. However, since the character would be returning Then as Michael Crichton was told to star in the sequel film, the second book has him unaccountably alive with no explanation ever given for this fact. Essentially, write a follow-up, ''Literature/TheLostWorld1995'' is a book that is the sequel to the movie, and the original ''Franchise/JurassicPark'' novel has no sequels. In the novelization of ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark'', he attributes Malcolm showing up alive, attributing his not-being-dead to several accounts of the events; evidently the first book was one of them, being either incomplete or inaccurate. Fortunately, it wasn't much of a retcon; his death in the book happened off-screen when he succumbed to his wounds at the very end. On a lesser note, John Hammond was still dead in the book, even if his SparedByTheAdaptation status led to an appearance in ''Film/TheLostWorldJurassicPark''.
18th Feb '16 6:09:34 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a [[DemotedToExtra less important]] but more [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds human]] [[ VainSorceress kind of evil.]]

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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a [[DemotedToExtra less important]] but more [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds human]] [[ VainSorceress [[VainSorceress kind of evil.]]
18th Feb '16 6:09:09 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a [[DemotedToExtra less important]] but more [[VainSorceress human]] [[PsychopathicManChild kind of evil.]]

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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a [[DemotedToExtra less important]] but more [[VainSorceress [[WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds human]] [[PsychopathicManChild [[ VainSorceress kind of evil.]]



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18th Feb '16 6:08:00 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a more [[VainSorceress human]] [[PsychopathicManChild kind of evil.]]

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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is a [[DemotedToExtra less important]] but more [[VainSorceress human]] [[PsychopathicManChild kind of evil.]]
18th Feb '16 6:07:25 PM Looneygamemaster
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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is...just a VainSorceress.

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** Queen Nehelenia is probably the biggest example, as her original manga incarnation was directly tied with Sailor Moon's origin, her mother, and the series' BiggerBad, whereas the anime version is...just is a VainSorceress. more [[VainSorceress human]] [[PsychopathicManChild kind of evil.]]
30th Jan '16 6:12:59 AM Waddle
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', the survival of different characters affect certain aspects of the story, up to and including [[LostForever the survival of certain recruitable units]]. Most character deaths are unavoidable on specific routes, but some can be prevented.



* In [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates]], the survival of different characters affect certain aspects of the story, up to and including [[LostForever the survival of certain recruitable units]]. Most character deaths are unavoidable on specific routes, but some can be prevented.
27th Jan '16 8:47:19 AM Technature
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* In [[VideoGame/FireEmblemFates]], the survival of different characters affect certain aspects of the story, up to and including [[LostForever the survival of certain recruitable units]]. Most character deaths are unavoidable on specific routes, but some can be prevented.
5th Jan '16 9:06:34 PM Saurubiker
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* The ''Franchise/{{Aliens}}'' comic series by Creator/DarkHorse originally started as a sequel to the events of the [[Film/{{Aliens}} second movie]]. Since Ripley couldn't be used due to stipulations from the movie executives, the writers decide to focus the comic around Hicks and Newt. When ''Film/{{Alien3}}'' unceremoniously killed off Hicks and Newt (and ultimately Ripley herself), the comics were reprinted with the characters renamed.
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