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23rd Jun '16 8:28:42 PM nombretomado
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* There's one in ''TheTimeMachine'' (1960), to indicate how fast the Time Traveler is going through time. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ydfw7DOtQxY here]].

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* There's one in ''TheTimeMachine'' (1960), ''Film/TheTimeMachine1960'', to indicate how fast the Time Traveler is going through time. Watch it [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ydfw7DOtQxY here]].
10th Jun '16 7:33:08 PM nombretomado
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* One episode of ''SamuraiJack'' was called "The Four Seasons of Death", and consisted of four vignettes, each set in one of the four seasons where Jack faces a threat related to the season's characteristics. In fall, a MadScientist collects special leaves to concoct a poison to put into the water of a nearby well. In winter, a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy mountain-dwelling warrior race]] forges a powerful sword and gives it to their greatest champion to guard their territory. In summer, Jack is accosted in the desert by spirits of the wind-whipped sands. In spring, a nature sprite attempts to seduce Jack into staying with her forever.

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* One episode of ''SamuraiJack'' ''WesternAnimation/SamuraiJack'' was called "The Four Seasons of Death", and consisted of four vignettes, each set in one of the four seasons where Jack faces a threat related to the season's characteristics. In fall, a MadScientist collects special leaves to concoct a poison to put into the water of a nearby well. In winter, a [[ProudWarriorRaceGuy mountain-dwelling warrior race]] forges a powerful sword and gives it to their greatest champion to guard their territory. In summer, Jack is accosted in the desert by spirits of the wind-whipped sands. In spring, a nature sprite attempts to seduce Jack into staying with her forever.
7th Mar '16 10:23:58 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Unsurprisingly, this is a pretty major mechanic and plot point in''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons]]''. The Oracle of Seasons has been kidnapped, and the Temple of Seasons, which houses the four Season Spirits, has sunk deep underground, causing all kinds of chaos in the land of Holodrum. Using the Rod of Seasons, Link is able to change the current area's season, altering the natural obstacles around him.

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* Unsurprisingly, this is a pretty major mechanic and plot point in''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames in ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons]]''. The Oracle of Seasons has been kidnapped, and the Temple of Seasons, which houses the four Season Spirits, has sunk deep underground, causing all kinds of chaos in the land of Holodrum. Using the Rod of Seasons, Link is able to change the current area's season, altering the natural obstacles around him.
7th Mar '16 4:19:48 PM Octorok103
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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames (Seasons)''.

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* ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames (Seasons)''.Unsurprisingly, this is a pretty major mechanic and plot point in''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaOracleGames The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons]]''. The Oracle of Seasons has been kidnapped, and the Temple of Seasons, which houses the four Season Spirits, has sunk deep underground, causing all kinds of chaos in the land of Holodrum. Using the Rod of Seasons, Link is able to change the current area's season, altering the natural obstacles around him.



* Starting with ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', the four seasons rotate each month, meaning they all last around 30 days apiece. The Pokemon Deerling and Sawsbuck were also shown to have different Forms in different Seasons, and some routes and cities even have different routes/paths/items depending on Season.

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* Starting with ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'', In ''VideoGame/PokemonBlackAndWhite'' and ''VideoGame/PokemonBlack2AndWhite2'', the four seasons rotate each month, meaning they all last around 30 days apiece. The Pokemon Deerling and Sawsbuck were also shown to have different Forms in different Seasons, and some routes and cities even have different routes/paths/items depending on Season. For reasons unknown, this mechanic was left out of ''VideoGame/PokemonXAndY'', [[ShapeshifterModeLock preventing any migrated Deerling or Sawsbuck from changing form]].



* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' themes its four protagonists after the seasons. Ruby, being Spring, is idealistic and surrounded by flurries of rose petals, Weiss is stern and wears a snowflake emblem, Yang is usually bright and compared to the sun giving her a summer look, Blake is often downcast and associated with fall like colors. Becomes an actual plot point in season three, along with another character being shown to have a heavy fall theme [[spoiler: Pyrrha]].

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' themes its four protagonists after the seasons. Ruby, being Spring, is idealistic and surrounded by flurries of rose petals, Weiss is stern a classic ([[DefrostingIceQueen Defrosting]]) IceQueen and wears a snowflake emblem, Yang is usually bright and compared to the sun giving her a summer look, Blake is often downcast and associated with fall like fall-like colors. Becomes In season three, this becomes an actual plot point in season three, along with [[spoiler:the legend of the Four Maidens, a group of [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin four maidens]] with incredible powers, each of whom is themed after one of the seasons. [[BigBad Cinder]] was able to steal a portion of the current Fall Maiden's power before the start of the show, and she's been plotting how to get the rest ever since.]] Along the way, we get another character being shown to have with a heavy fall theme [[spoiler: Pyrrha]].
theme: [[spoiler:Pyrrha Nikos]].
17th Jan '16 12:51:58 PM MyFinalEdits
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* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}} 2'' and ''3''. In both games, each of the four seasons is present within one particular area, rather than all seasons appearing in a cyclic fashion through all areas. In the second game, [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Valley of Repose]] is set in winter, [[LostWoods Awakening Wood]] is set in spring, [[PalmtreePanic Perplexing Pool]] is set in summer, and [[BleakLevel Wistful Wild]] is set in autumn. The third game has it like this: Tropical Wilds (summer), Garden of Hope (spring), Distant Tundra (winter) and Twilight River (autumn). This also applies to the non-DLC Mission Mode levels in the first game, with an added desert environment.

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* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}} 2'' and ''3''. In both games, each of the four seasons is present within one particular area, rather than all seasons appearing in a cyclic fashion through all areas. In the second game, [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Valley of Repose]] is set in winter, [[LostWoods Awakening Wood]] is set in spring, [[PalmtreePanic Perplexing Pool]] is set in summer, and [[BleakLevel Wistful Wild]] is set in autumn. The third game has it like this: Tropical Wilds (summer), Garden of Hope (spring), Distant Tundra (winter) and Twilight River (autumn). This also applies to the non-DLC Mission Mode levels in the first third game, with an added desert environment.
16th Jan '16 8:22:16 PM greatpikminfan
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* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}} 2'' and ''3''. In both games, each of the four seasons is present within one particular area, rather than all seasons appearing in a cyclic fashion through all areas. In the second game, [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Valley of Repose]] is set in winter, [[LostWoods Awakening Wood]] is set in spring, [[PalmtreePanic Perplexing Pool]] is set in summer, and [[BleakLevel Wistful Wild]] is set in autumn. The third game has it like this: Tropical Wilds (summer), Garden of Hope (spring), Distant Tundra (winter) and Twilight River (autumn).

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* Downplayed in ''VideoGame/{{Pikmin}} 2'' and ''3''. In both games, each of the four seasons is present within one particular area, rather than all seasons appearing in a cyclic fashion through all areas. In the second game, [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Valley of Repose]] is set in winter, [[LostWoods Awakening Wood]] is set in spring, [[PalmtreePanic Perplexing Pool]] is set in summer, and [[BleakLevel Wistful Wild]] is set in autumn. The third game has it like this: Tropical Wilds (summer), Garden of Hope (spring), Distant Tundra (winter) and Twilight River (autumn). This also applies to the non-DLC Mission Mode levels in the first game, with an added desert environment.
9th Jan '16 7:10:38 PM TheLaughingFist
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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' themes its four protagonists after the seasons. Ruby, being Spring, is idealistic and surrounded by flurries of rose petals, Weiss is stern and wears a snowflake emblem, etc.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' themes its four protagonists after the seasons. Ruby, being Spring, is idealistic and surrounded by flurries of rose petals, Weiss is stern and wears a snowflake emblem, etc.
Yang is usually bright and compared to the sun giving her a summer look, Blake is often downcast and associated with fall like colors. Becomes an actual plot point in season three, along with another character being shown to have a heavy fall theme [[spoiler: Pyrrha]].
16th Nov '15 5:38:16 PM nombretomado
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* The TimePassesMontage variation was subverted in ''{{Rugrats}}''. After it occurs, Drew says to Stu, "Crazy weather this week, huh?"

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* The TimePassesMontage variation was subverted in ''{{Rugrats}}''.''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}''. After it occurs, Drew says to Stu, "Crazy weather this week, huh?"
13th Sep '15 4:23:50 PM nombretomado
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* Played straight in the film ''NottingHill''. Hugh Grant's character walks left to right, and goes through Fall, Winter and Spring to the tune of "Ain't No Sunshine (When She's Gone)."

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* Played straight in the film ''NottingHill''.''Film/NottingHill''. Hugh Grant's character walks left to right, and goes through Fall, Winter and Spring to the tune of "Ain't No Sunshine (When She's Gone)."
1st Jul '15 12:15:38 PM FarseerLolotea
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* In ''BetterOffNotKnowing'', a contrast is drawn between viewpoint character Hakini being a [[PlayingWithFire firebender]] born in the summer and the "bone-crushing cold" of her [[NoInfantileAmnesia neonatal memory]]. [[spoiler:She was born in the ice crevasse at the North Pole where [[TheBrute her]] [[ColdSniper biological]] [[HavingABlast mother]] was [[TailorMadePrison incarcerated]]. Even in the summer, it would have been cold.]]
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