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17th Jan '16 12:51:58 PM MyFinalEdits
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Don't you mean third game? The first game has no DLC and none of it Challenge Mode levels are season-based as they are based on the levels of the main game
* 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.]]
6th Apr '15 5:58:04 PM WillKeaton
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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9994560/1/The-Four-Seasons The Four Seasons]]'', a Crossover fic involving ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', has four princesses who represent the seasons; Elsa (Winter), Anna (Spring), Rapunzel (Summer) and Merida (Autumn).
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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9994560/1/The-Four-Seasons The Four Seasons]]'', Seasons,]]'' a Crossover fic involving ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', has four princesses who represent the seasons; Elsa (Winter), Anna (Spring), Rapunzel (Summer) and Merida (Autumn).

* The StevenKing novella collection Literature/DifferentSeasons has each of its four stories based around a single season (though not necessarily in one year).
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* The StevenKing [[Creator/StephenKing Steven King]] novella collection Literature/DifferentSeasons has each of its four stories based around a single season (though not necessarily in one year).
4th Apr '15 4:48:56 PM MyTimingIsOff
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In most media, either ItsAlwaysSpring whenever it isn't [[TheseTropesWereFrozenToday Arctic Winter]], or else there will be FourSeasons -- regardless of the climate the work is set in.
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In most media, either ItsAlwaysSpring whenever it isn't [[TheseTropesWereFrozenToday Arctic Winter]], or else there will be FourSeasons four seasons -- regardless of the climate the work is set in.

Alternatively, this will often be a SeasonalMontage, actively flipping between the seasons to show the [[TimePassesMontage passage of time]] in a story. Examples can be divided into the categories: # SeasonalMotif: Stock seasonal setting employed as a device to establish [[EmpathicEnvironment mood]], etc.
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Alternatively, this will often be a SeasonalMontage, Seasonal Montage, actively flipping between the seasons to show the [[TimePassesMontage passage of time]] in a story. Examples can be divided into the categories: # SeasonalMotif: Seasonal Motif: Stock seasonal setting employed as a device to establish [[EmpathicEnvironment mood]], etc.

Compare TemporalThemeNaming, DreamingOfAWhiteChristmas, FirstSnow, HeatWave, IndianSummer, {{Kigo}}.
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Compare TemporalThemeNaming, DreamingOfAWhiteChristmas, FirstSnow, HeatWave, IndianSummer, {{Kigo}}.{{Kigo}}, FourSeasonsLevel.

* The Click Clock Wood level of ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' is split into four versions of the same area based on the season, complete with puzzles that start in spring and continue through all the seasons.
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* The Click Clock Wood level of ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' is split into [[FourSeasonsLevel four versions of the same area based on the season, season]], complete with puzzles that start in spring and continue through all the seasons.
3rd Apr '15 1:13:32 AM Kirayoshi
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* ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/9994560/1/The-Four-Seasons The Four Seasons]]'', a Crossover fic involving ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Brave}}'' and ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'', has four princesses who represent the seasons; Elsa (Winter), Anna (Spring), Rapunzel (Summer) and Merida (Autumn).
8th Mar '15 9:00:50 PM gallium
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The "standard" seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn (a.k.a. Fall)) may be employed as a device. Or a close-up on falling leaves, snow, flowers, etc. will be used as a seasonal {{Motif}}, to establish what time of the year it is; Compare BladeOfGrassCut. Or you can tie the plot to the seasons as if they were ElementalPowers of some sort.
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The "standard" seasons (Winter, Spring, Summer, Autumn (a.k.a. Fall)) Autumn/Fall) may be employed as a device. Or a close-up on falling leaves, snow, flowers, etc. will be used as a seasonal {{Motif}}, to establish what time of the year it is; Compare BladeOfGrassCut. Or you can tie the plot to the seasons as if they were ElementalPowers of some sort.
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