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25th Apr '17 1:48:09 AM Hazery
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* EGOIST have a song in their single ''All Alone With You'' called "elbadaernU". Spelled backward is "Unreadable".
30th Mar '17 9:16:40 PM RandomnessUnlimited
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* In one episde of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Dr. Doofenshmirtz invented a substance he named "Eulg" that works opposite to glue. In another episode, he had a diner, and he said in the commercial that Doof spelled backwards is Food.

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* In one episde episode of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'', Dr. Doofenshmirtz invented a substance he named "Eulg" that works opposite to glue. In another episode, he had a diner, and he said in the commercial that Doof spelled backwards is Food.


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* In an episode of ''WesternAnimation/{{Kaeloo}}'' where the main four are playing at being spies, Kaeloo assigns everyone code name that are just their real names backwards: she becomes Ooleak, Stumpy becomes Ypmuts, Quack Quack becomes Kcauq Kcauq, and Mr. Cat becomes Retsim Tac.
30th Mar '17 8:52:01 AM Kahran042
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* ''VideoGame/WildArms3'' features a sound-sensitive sandworm boss called [[Film/{{Tremors}} Diobarg]].
27th Mar '17 9:13:04 PM dsneybuf
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* ''ComicStrip/TheWackyAdventuresOfPedro'' gave Pedro a MirrorSelf named Ordep.
24th Mar '17 8:22:53 AM merotoker
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* In ''FanFic/RobbReturns'', [[spoiler:the Krats, the leader of the Company of the Rose, takes his name of Stark back when he declares that the Company of the Rose will be coming back to Westeros.]]

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* In ''FanFic/RobbReturns'', [[spoiler:the Krats, the leader of the Company of the Rose, takes his name of Stark back when he declares that the Company of the Rose will be coming back to Westeros.]]Westeros]].



* Another Australian music example is the much older, late 1960s early 1970s, band Spectrum (a rock focused group) and Murtceps ( a more Progressive-flavoured alter ego)

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* Another Australian music example is the much older, late 1960s early 1970s, band Spectrum (a rock focused group) and Murtceps ( a (a more Progressive-flavoured alter ego)



* ''RuneQuest'' supplement ''Into the Troll Realms'', adventure "The Flying Trollkin". The leader of the title criminals is named Nesretep. Steve Petersen co-wrote the supplement.

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* ''RuneQuest'' ''TabletopGame/RuneQuest'' supplement ''Into the Troll Realms'', adventure "The Flying Trollkin". The leader of the title criminals is named Nesretep. Steve Petersen co-wrote the supplement.






* In ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}'', [[spoiler:the bounty hunter Random Hajile turns out to be a [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot bioroid]] made in the image of Elijah Modnar, an EvilutionaryBiologist, by his father who disagreed with his son's methods. Mondar even outright states it: "Haven't you yet realized? Random Hajile is Elijah Modnar spelled backwards."]]

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* In ''VisualNovel/{{Snatcher}}'', [[spoiler:the bounty hunter Random Hajile turns out to be a [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot [[RidiculouslyHumanRobots bioroid]] made in the image of Elijah Modnar, an EvilutionaryBiologist, by his father who disagreed with his son's methods. Mondar even outright states it: "Haven't you yet realized? Random Hajile is Elijah Modnar spelled backwards."]]



** The [[BonusBoss Weapon]] attack Aire Tam Storm from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''. The key to not getting decimated by this attack is to [[spoiler:limit how many materia each character brings with them into the battle. It does 1111 damage for every materia you have equipped, so if you have 9999 HP and a maximum of eight materia, you can at least survive it. Removing ''all'' your materia is not a good idea, though, since you'll need at least one to [[SuperNotDrowningSkills remove the time limit]] from fighting Emerald Weapon underwater.]]

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** The [[BonusBoss Weapon]] attack Aire Tam Storm from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVII''. The key to not getting decimated by this attack is to [[spoiler:limit how many materia each character brings with them into the battle. It does 1111 damage for every materia you have equipped, so if you have 9999 HP and a maximum of eight materia, you can at least survive it. Removing ''all'' your materia is not a good idea, though, since you'll need at least one to [[SuperNotDrowningSkills remove the time limit]] from fighting Emerald Weapon underwater.]]underwater]].



** Llednar Twem in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'', [[spoiler:the negative emotions of Prince Mewt Randell given form! Interestingly enough, his name in Japanese is not "Rudenra Tomyu", which would be the backwards version of his name in Japanese, but rather "Redona Twemu".]]

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** Llednar Twem in ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyTacticsAdvance'', [[spoiler:the negative emotions of Prince Mewt Randell given form! Interestingly enough, his name in Japanese is not "Rudenra Tomyu", which would be the backwards version of his name in Japanese, but rather "Redona Twemu".]]Twemu"]].



* Naxat Soft, the video game division of Kaga Electronics, had a short-lived American subsidiary called Taxan. Ironically, only one of the 11 games Taxan distributed (''Serpent'' for the GameBoy) was developed or published by Naxat Soft.

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* Naxat Soft, the video game division of Kaga Electronics, had a short-lived American subsidiary called Taxan. Ironically, only one of the 11 games Taxan distributed (''Serpent'' for the GameBoy) UsefulNotes/GameBoy) was developed or published by Naxat Soft.



* In ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'', a big part of the game's plot is kicked off by a meteor landing in Temsik Park... a meteor that [[spoiler: [[GreenRocks grants people the ability to manipulate objects]], or even [[ScrewDestiny go back in time and alter the past to save people from death]].]] "Temsik" spelled backwards is "kismet", which means "fate" in Urdu. Even better and more meaningful, it represents "inverted fate".

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* In ''VideoGame/GhostTrick'', a big part of the game's plot is kicked off by a meteor landing in Temsik Park... a meteor that [[spoiler: [[GreenRocks grants people the ability to manipulate objects]], or even [[ScrewDestiny go back in time and alter the past to save people from death]].]] death]]]]. "Temsik" spelled backwards is "kismet", which means "fate" in Urdu. Even better and more meaningful, it represents "inverted fate".



** In 1961's "There's No Space Like Home", cans of aersol spinach cause Popeye's space capsule to blast off and go the speed of light, causing everything on Earth to go backwards.

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** In 1961's "There's No Space Like Home", cans of aersol aerosol spinach cause Popeye's space capsule to blast off and go the speed of light, causing everything on Earth to go backwards.



** ''kera'', from Javanese ''arek'', which means something akin to 'boyz' in English.[[spoiler: ''Kera'' in Indonesian means ape]].
** ''kunam'', from Javanese ''manuk'', which means 'bird' in English.[[spoiler: 'Manuk' is the Javanese slang for male genitalia]].

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** ''kera'', from Javanese ''arek'', which means something akin to 'boyz' in English. [[spoiler: ''Kera'' in Indonesian means ape]].
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** ''kunam'', from Javanese ''manuk'', which means 'bird' in English. [[spoiler: 'Manuk' is the Javanese slang for male genitalia]].genitalia.]]
17th Mar '17 4:38:36 AM SebastianGray
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* In ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'', ''TabletopGame/WarhammerAgeOfSigmar'' and ''TabletopGame/Warhammer40000'', the Blue Scribes are a pair of twin Blue Horrors created by Tzeentch, the Chaos God of Magic, with each of their their names, Pítarix and Xiratíp, being a reversed spelling of the other.
11th Mar '17 1:13:54 AM mlsmithca
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* Series 3 and 4 of ''Series/TheAdventureGame'' featured appearances by a character called Ron Gad (played by Bill Homewood), who would give clues to the contestants each week... provided they realised he was speaking backwards (implying that his name might actually be Dagnor), most often by offering an encouraging "Doogy rev!" ("Very good!"). He generally entered the set by singing a backwards version of "Waltzing Matilda" with a fake Australian accent to match. Some teams caught on more or less immediately and were able to obtain and decipher many clues from him, while other teams never quite solved the puzzle of his speech and got hopelessly stuck on the tasks with which he was trying to assist them.[[note]] ''Adventure Game'' producer Patrick Dowling was inspired to cast Homewood in the series after seeing him give a backwards performance of "Puff the Magic Dragon"... fitting, since his character's name, like those of the other Argonds in ''The Adventure Game'', is an anagram of "dragon".[[/note]]
24th Feb '17 7:02:59 PM HarpieSiren
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* The sorcerer in the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' is called Yen Sid, which is Disney spelled backwards. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', Yen Sid (speakable version) is seen in his tower whom Donald Duck says his name during Sora's awakening from a earlier game, ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', allowing Yen Sid to summon a Gummi Ship just outside his tower's window, allowing the player (while playing as Sora) to travel between different Disney worlds and securing their keyholes (before the final battle with Xenmas (Ansem spelled backwards as to the mysterious character who is often known as Ansem the Wise in disguise).

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* The sorcerer in the "Sorcerer's Apprentice" segment of ''Disney/{{Fantasia}}'' is called Yen Sid, which is Disney spelled backwards. In ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsII'', Yen Sid (speakable version) is seen He also shows up in his tower whom Donald Duck says his name during Sora's awakening from a earlier game, ''VideoGame/KingdomHeartsChainOfMemories'', allowing Yen Sid to summon a Gummi Ship just outside his tower's window, allowing the player (while playing as Sora) to travel between different Disney worlds and securing their keyholes (before the final battle with Xenmas (Ansem spelled backwards as to the mysterious character who is often known as Ansem the Wise ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'' games, in disguise).a major speaking role, no less!
18th Feb '17 9:50:53 AM shokoshu
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* "I lov it", a sweets line. Lov? Tivoli Gardens in Denmark+this trope=Aha!
10th Feb '17 10:54:35 PM Odacon_Spy
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* In the Sony game ''VideoGame/EverQuest'' (commonly abbreviated "EQ"), one of the major cities is named Qeynos (SonyEQ backwards)

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* In the Sony game ''VideoGame/EverQuest'' (commonly abbreviated "EQ"), one of the major cities is named Qeynos (SonyEQ ([=SonyEQ=] backwards)
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