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20th May '17 7:32:40 AM ZimFan89
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*** Season 4 is broken up into three "pods", which are self-contained but linked through the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Darkhold]].

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*** Season 4 is broken up into three "pods", which are self-contained but linked through the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Darkhold]].Darkhold]]: The Ghost Rider arc (episodes 1-8) features SHIELD investigating the titular entity, and his connections to the titular book and a group of ghost-like beings. In the LMD arc (episodes 9-15), SHIELD ally Holden Radcliffe (having read the Darkhold at the end of the previous arc) goes full MadScientist and becomes determined to use the Darkhold to create the Framework, a [[LotusEaterMachine "perfect" virtual world free of regret]]; to aid this, he kidnaps and replaces several SHIELD agents with [[RidiculouslyHumanRobot Life Model Decoys]]. And finally, in the Agents of HYDRA arc (episodes 16-22), Daisy and Simmons enter the Framework in order to save the rest of the team, only to find that Radcliffe's robot assistant AIDA has [[TheStarscream usurped control]] and turned it into a VillainWorld run by HYDRA; this is all part of a larger plan to use the Darkhold to [[BecomeARealBoy make herself human]].



** Season Six is devoted to Emma coming to terms with her duty as the Savior when she learns she is doomed to die in a confrontation with a mysterious stranger. Regina must confront [[spoiler: the now-separate embodiment of her Evil Queen nature]] along the way.

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** Season Six is devoted to Emma coming to terms with her duty as the Savior when she learns she is doomed to die in a confrontation [[FinalBattle confrontation]] with a mysterious stranger. Regina must confront [[spoiler: the now-separate embodiment of her Evil Queen nature]] along the way.


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** Season Twelve has two main storylines. One is the Winchesters reluctantly working with, and later coming into conflict with, the [[KnightTemplar British Men of Letters]]. The other is them having to deal with Lucifer walking the Earth again, leading to him conceiving a [[HalfHumanHybrid Nephilim]] child that may destroy the world if born.
20th May '17 7:22:18 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Fanfic/Digimon02TheStoryWeNeverTold'' is broken up into several arcs: the Digimon Emperor arc (Chapters 1-18), the Spire-Born arc (Chapters 19-30), the Regaining The Crests arc (Chapters 31-41), the Dark World arc (Chapters 42-51), the Digimon World Tour arc (Chapters 52-58), the Invasion of the Deep Ones arc (Chapters 59-61), and the Secrets Uncovered arc (Chapters 62-70).


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*** Season 5: The flashbacks have Oliver travel to Russia, where he joins the Bratva in the pursuit of avenging a friend from the previous season, before setting up his return to Starling City (as seen in the pilot); the present has Oliver building a new team, which comes under siege from [[EvilCounterpart Prometheus]].


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*** Season 3: Barry deals with the fallout from his [[CosmicRetcon creation of Flashpoint]], not least of which is the arrival of [[AGodAmI Savitar]].
** ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow'':
*** Season 1: Rip Hunter gathers the Legends in order to try and [[SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong avert Vandal Savage's conquest of the world]], while the [[ObstructiveBureaucrat Time Masters']] repeated attempts to stop them.
*** Season 2: The Legends find themselves facing off with the LegionOfDoom, who are seeking the [[PublicDomainArtifact Spear of Destiny]], which would let them rewrite reality.
** ''Series/{{Supergirl 2015}}'':
*** Season 1: Kara learns the ropes as a superhero, while having to face off with the escaped Fort Rozz criminals led by her aunt [[WellIntentionedExtremist General Astra]].
*** Season 2: Supergirl and the DEO are at war with the [[FantasticRacism anti-alien]] terrorist organization CADMUS. Later, they also have to deal with the arrival of [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen Rhea]] of Daxam.


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*** Season 4 is broken up into three "pods", which are self-contained but linked through the [[TomeOfEldritchLore Darkhold]].
18th May '17 6:59:06 AM Anddrix
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* ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'':

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* ''Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}'':''Series/{{Arrowverse}}'':
17th May '17 6:17:46 AM Sapphirea2
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** Season Six is devoted to Emma coming to terms with her duty as the Savior when she learns she is doomed to die in a confrontation with a mysterious stranger. Regina must confront [[spoiler: the now-separate embodiment of her Evil Queen nature]] along the way.
** Season Seven, a {{Retool}}, is about [[spoiler: the now-adult Henry returning to Storybrooke to help his family]].
17th May '17 6:11:08 AM Sapphirea2
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*** Series 10: [[spoiler:The Doctor and Nardole have been at a university for at least 50 years guarding a vault because the former made a promise to ''someone'' to do so, but the Doctor still takes student Bill Potts on as a companion. Said vault contains a prisoner the Doctor is sympathetic to, regarding ''himself'' as one for being its guard. The Master -- plural! -- is somehow involved in all this. Midway through episode five, the Doctor is rendered blind. '''All''' of the stories involve freeing beings from control/imprisonment.]]

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*** Series 10: [[spoiler:The Doctor and Nardole have been at a university for at least 50 years guarding a vault because the former made a promise to ''someone'' to do so, cryptic promise, but the Doctor he still takes student Bill Potts on as a companion. Said vault contains a prisoner the Doctor is sympathetic to, regarding ''himself'' as one for being its guard. imprisoned. The Master -- plural! -- is somehow involved in all this. involved. Midway through episode five, the Doctor is rendered blind. blinded. '''All''' of the stories involve freeing beings from control/imprisonment.]]
17th May '17 6:08:08 AM Sapphirea2
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*** Series 10: [[spoiler:The Doctor and Nardole have been at a university for at least 50 years guarding a mysterious vault because he made a promise to someone. And the Master (plural) is somehow involved in this arc, although how is yet to be seen.]]

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*** Series 10: [[spoiler:The Doctor and Nardole have been at a university for at least 50 years guarding a mysterious vault because he the former made a promise to someone. And ''someone'' to do so, but the Doctor still takes student Bill Potts on as a companion. Said vault contains a prisoner the Doctor is sympathetic to, regarding ''himself'' as one for being its guard. The Master (plural) -- plural! -- is somehow involved in this arc, although how all this. Midway through episode five, the Doctor is yet to be seen.rendered blind. '''All''' of the stories involve freeing beings from control/imprisonment.]]
15th May '17 2:40:34 PM RockRaider
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheDeep'' has the Nekton family searching for a sunken city known as Lemuria.
5th May '17 4:11:07 AM Cryoclaste
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** Orange Islands Arc: Based on the FillerArc and Pokemon2000 from the {{Pokemon}} anime

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** Orange Islands Arc: Based on the FillerArc and Pokemon2000 from the {{Pokemon}} Anime/{{Pokemon}} anime
25th Apr '17 5:22:08 AM TheAmazingBlachman
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** Descent Arc, starting with the {{Recap Episode}} and ending with Zeruel. MindScrew kicks into high gear in this part and the viewer starts having an inkling things are not what they seem to be; with the appearance of Bardiel, the show takes one hell of a nosedive into the DarkerAndEdgier zone (Episode 14-19).
** "The Bitter End". Even more MindScrew with a side order of NightmareFuel. The part that made the franchise famous (Episode 20-24, 25-26/''End of Evangelion'').

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** Descent Arc, starting with the {{Recap Episode}} and ending with Zeruel. There are still MonsterOfTheWeek episodes, but they start having overt lasting effects on the characters, and a couple of episodes focuses exclusively on the human drama between the characters. There are still the occasional humorous moments, but they get gradually exorcised and stop appearing all together after Episode 18. MindScrew kicks into high gear in this part and the viewer starts having an inkling things are not what they seem to be; with the appearance of Bardiel, the show takes one hell of a nosedive into the DarkerAndEdgier zone (Episode 14-19).
** "The Bitter End". Even more MindScrew with a side order of NightmareFuel. Most of the cast's backstories are revealed in all [[DarkAndTroubledPast their dark and troubled glory]], and everyone of them are pretty much completely worn down, both physically and mentally, and the MonsterOfTheWeek episodes tends result in at least one character completely over the edge whenever they appear. The part that made the franchise famous (Episode 20-24, 25-26/''End of Evangelion'').
24th Apr '17 2:18:01 AM eschlowx
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** Aincrad, which deals with Kirito, Asuna, and thousands of other gamers being trapped in the MMORPG Sword Art Online, and their efforts to escape by defeating the boss on each of the 100 levels.
** Fairy Dance, which deals with Kirito's attempts to [[spoiler:rescue Asuna from her {{Jerkass}} fiance, who has taken control of the SAO game engine and trapped her and many other SAO victims in another game, Alfheim Online, for some nefarious purpose]], after he and most of the other gamers escape back to the real world.
** Phantom Bullet, which introduces new character Sinon, and details her and Kirito's investigation of Death Gun, a player in the steampunk shoot-em-up MMO Gun Gale Online who seems to be able to kill players in the real world by killing them in the game.

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** Aincrad, which deals with Kirito, Asuna, and thousands of other gamers being trapped in the MMORPG Sword Art Online, Online (SAO), and their efforts to escape by defeating the boss on each of the 100 levels.
** Fairy Dance, which deals with Kirito's attempts to [[spoiler:rescue Asuna from her {{Jerkass}} fiance, who has taken control of the SAO game engine and trapped her and many other SAO victims in another game, Alfheim Online, Online (ALO), for some nefarious purpose]], after he and most of the other gamers escape back to the real world.
** Phantom Bullet, which introduces new character Sinon, and details her and Kirito's investigation of Death Gun, a player in the steampunk shoot-em-up MMO Gun Gale Online Online, who seems to be able to kill players in the real world by killing them in the game.



** Mother's Rosario, which focuses on Asuna [[DemotedToSatelliteLoveInterest instead of Kirito]]

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** Mother's Rosario, which focuses on Asuna [[DemotedToSatelliteLoveInterest instead of Kirito]]Kirito]], and deals with her friendship with new character Yuuki, her helping Yuuki's guild, the Sleeping Knights, to defeat a particularly deadly Aincrad boss, and her fraught relationship with her mother.
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