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19th Apr '18 2:36:34 PM andynj373
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** The page image refers to ''VideoGame/FireEmblemGenealogyOfTheHolyWar'', specifically the last chapter. The second generation of Genealogy sees Seliph lead a liberation army against [[spoiler:Emperor Arvis, who [[YouKilledMyFather is responsible for the death of his father]], as well as most of the first generation]]. With [[spoiler:Arvis]] gone, the final chapter is mostly about [[MysteriousWaif Julia]] and her ties to [[TheAntichrist Julius]]. Seliph isn't exactly DemotedToExtra, but he has much less to do than he did in previous chapters, with most castle dialogues having him act as TheWatson to [[spoiler:[[MrExposition Lewyn]]]]. The final boss also reflects this, with Seliph being nearly worthless against him despite getting his InfinityPlusOneSword near the end of the previous chapter, while Julia can take him down effortlessly with her LastDiscMagic.
15th Apr '18 5:56:02 AM CharlieZLee
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* Castiel from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', according to some fans. He's not human or a Winchester, he didn't even appear in the show until Season 4, and he's in barely one-third of the 23 episodes per season, but he's just as visible and recognizable as the two main leads (sometimes even more so). People who don't watch the show are liable to name him when asked to name a single character from the series, and his episodes tend to carry the most buzz, ratings, and plot advancement (some think to the detriment of the actual protagonists). More than a few TV writers have alluded to this, one even jokingly suggesting that the show be subtitled "Castiel Returns."

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* Castiel from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'', according to some fans. He's not human or a Winchester, he didn't even appear in the show until Season 4, and he's in barely one-third of the 23 episodes per season, but he's just as visible and recognizable as the two main leads (sometimes even more so). People who don't watch the show are liable to name him when asked to name a single character from the series, and leads, despite that his focus episodes tend to carry the most buzz, ratings, and plot advancement (some think to the detriment of the actual protagonists). More than a few TV writers on average have alluded to this, one even jokingly suggesting that lower ratings. Ever since the show be subtitled heavily promoted "Castiel Returns." Returns" for episode 17, season 7, it was lowest rated episode of the season and Castiel was not heavily featured in upcoming episode trailers until season 12, episode 19 (also promoted as Cas heavy)and again turned the lowest ratings of the season.
14th Apr '18 11:15:55 PM ccWhyWolf
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* Among the Four Horsewomen of [=NXT=], Wrestling/CharlotteFlair and Wrestling/SashaBanks are the most focus, with the former having won all titles available to the women' division with the sole exception of the original Women's Champion, each reigns lasted for months, rarely getting pinned or submitted even in tag team matches and even being the one who ended [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka's]] undefeated streak. Sasha on the other hand also has multiple title runs (although all of her reigns are rather short) and had participated in the multiple match types that is a first to the women division, and was among the final participants in the 2018 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber match, and [=WrestleMania XXXIV=] Women's Battle Royal. The other two Horsewomen, Wrestling/BeckyLynch and Wrestling/Bayley on the other hand have less title reigns and are rarely focus after losing the titles, especially Becky who is the only one who did not win the [=NXT=] Women's Champion.

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* Among the Four Horsewomen of [=NXT=], Wrestling/CharlotteFlair and Wrestling/SashaBanks are the most focus, with the former having won all titles available to the women' division with the sole exception of the original Women's Champion, each reigns lasted for months, rarely getting pinned or submitted even in tag team matches and even being the one who ended [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka's]] undefeated streak. Sasha on the other hand also has multiple title runs (although all of her reigns are rather short) and had participated in the multiple match types that is a first to the women division, and was among the final participants in the 2018 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber match, and [=WrestleMania XXXIV=] Women's Battle Royal. The other two Horsewomen, Wrestling/BeckyLynch and Wrestling/Bayley [[Wrestling/DavinaRose Bayley]] on the other hand have less title reigns and are rarely focus after losing the titles, especially Becky who is the only one who did not win the [=NXT=] Women's Champion.
14th Apr '18 11:09:47 PM ccWhyWolf
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* Among the Four Horsewomen of [=NXT=], Wrestling/Charlotte and Wrestling/SashaBanks are the most focus, with the former having won all titles available to the women' division with the sole exception of the original Women's Champion, each reigns lasted for months, rarely getting pinned or submitted even in tag team matches and even being the one who ended [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka's]] undefeated streak. Sasha on the other hand also has multiple title runs (although all of her reigns are rather short) and had participated in the multiple match types that is a first to the women division, and was among the final participants in the 2018 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber match, and [=WrestleMania XXXIV=] Women's Battle Royal. The other two Horsewomen, Wrestling/BeckyLynch and Wrestling/Bayley on the other hand have less title reigns and are rarely focus after losing the titles, especially Becky who is the only one who did not win the [=NXT=] Women's Champion.

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* Among the Four Horsewomen of [=NXT=], Wrestling/Charlotte Wrestling/CharlotteFlair and Wrestling/SashaBanks are the most focus, with the former having won all titles available to the women' division with the sole exception of the original Women's Champion, each reigns lasted for months, rarely getting pinned or submitted even in tag team matches and even being the one who ended [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka's]] undefeated streak. Sasha on the other hand also has multiple title runs (although all of her reigns are rather short) and had participated in the multiple match types that is a first to the women division, and was among the final participants in the 2018 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber match, and [=WrestleMania XXXIV=] Women's Battle Royal. The other two Horsewomen, Wrestling/BeckyLynch and Wrestling/Bayley on the other hand have less title reigns and are rarely focus after losing the titles, especially Becky who is the only one who did not win the [=NXT=] Women's Champion.
14th Apr '18 11:07:42 PM ccWhyWolf
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12th Apr '18 1:18:41 PM lalaTKG
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** Meiko and Kaito serve as this for the V1 line, The Character Vocal series (Miku, Len, Rin, and Luka) and Gumi for the V2 line, and IA and Yukari for the V3 line.

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** Meiko and Kaito serve as this for the V1 line, The Character Vocal series (Miku, Len, Rin, and Luka) and Gumi for the V2 line, and IA and Yukari for the V3 line.line, and Otomachi Una for V4.
12th Apr '18 5:48:37 AM MM_Crusader
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* Among the Four Horsewomen of [=NXT=], Wrestling/Charlotte and Wrestling/SashaBanks are the most focus, with the former having won all titles available to the women' division with the sole exception of the original Women's Champion, each reigns lasted for months, rarely getting pinned or submitted even in tag team matches and even being the one who ended [[Wrestling/KanakoUrai Asuka's]] undefeated streak. Sasha on the other hand also has multiple title runs (although all of her reigns are rather short) and had participated in the multiple match types that is a first to the women division, and was among the final participants in the 2018 Royal Rumble, Elimination Chamber match, and [=WrestleMania XXXIV=] Women's Battle Royal. The other two Horsewomen, Wrestling/BeckyLynch and Wrestling/Bayley on the other hand have less title reigns and are rarely focus after losing the titles, especially Becky who is the only one who did not win the [=NXT=] Women's Champion.
31st Mar '18 4:56:44 PM josh6243
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** For a more meta example, ever since ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsL'', expect ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', ''Anime/DancougarNova'', and ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' to appear in almost all of the recent ''Super Robot Wars'' games. The first game where all three series were absent was ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX''

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** For a more meta example, ever since ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsL'', expect ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', ''Anime/DancougarNova'', and ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' to appear in almost all of the recent ''Super Robot Wars'' games. The first game game, barring the ''Classic timeline'' and the ''Super Robot Wars Alpha series'', where all three series were absent was ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX''''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX'' in 2018.
29th Mar '18 3:31:37 AM josh6243
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** For a more meta example, ever since ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsL'', expect ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', ''Anime/DancougarNova'', and ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' to appear in almost all of the recent ''Super Robot Wars'' games.

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** For a more meta example, ever since ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsL'', expect ''Anime/MobileSuitGundamSEEDDestiny'', ''Anime/DancougarNova'', and ''Anime/MacrossFrontier'' to appear in almost all of the recent ''Super Robot Wars'' games. The first game where all three series were absent was ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsX''
** One common complaint about the ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsV'' story is that [[Anime/SpaceBattleshipYamato2199 Yamato 2199]] takes up way, ''way'' too much of the plot. Not only are almost ''all'' early and late stages entirely based on Yamato episodes, it also has nearly an entire universe to itself (the only other copyright series in the NCC world is [[Manga/MobileSuitCrossboneGundam Crossbone]], and even that is pretty much folded into the Yamato plot). This has the unfortunate side effect of completely overshadowing other interesting plots, such as the wildly different from canon storyline of [[Anime/MobileSuitGundamUnicorn Gundam Unicorn]].
26th Mar '18 12:16:07 PM TudorRose
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* ''Film/ToWalkInvisible'' has been criticized for focusing more on Branwell Brontë than Charlotte, Emily, and Anne, in spite of the film's subtitle being "The Lives of the Brontë Sisters".

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* ''Film/ToWalkInvisible'' has been criticized for focusing more on Branwell Brontë than Charlotte, Emily, [[Creator/CharlotteBronte Charlotte]], [[Creator/EmilyBronte Emily]], and Anne, [[Creator/AnneBronte Anne]], in spite of the film's subtitle being "The Lives of the Brontë Sisters".
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