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24th May '18 8:09:58 PM thatother1dude
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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has the mysterious diamond present at the top of the Diamond Authority symbol (both [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Q2PyRJreI_U/hqdefault.jpg the old one]] and [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/steven-universe/images/9/9f/Diamond_Authority_symbol_current.png/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/350?cb=20160108015430 the current one]]) and she has [[https://i.redd.it/e79h9vpackex.png a mural in the moon base]] alongside her fellow diamonds. She has no confirmed name, although the fanbase has settled on calling her "White Diamond" due to the naming pattern the other three follow, and outside of her mural, we know nothing of her appearance. All we know about her is that she's one of the three current leaders of [[TheEmpire Homeworld]], she was present before the shattering of Pink Diamond, and she's most likely still alive today - However, based on the number of planets she's depicted with on her mural compared to the other members of the authority, still yet to be unveiled proper even over a season after the name drop of [[PosthumousCharacter Pink Diamond]], and [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/steven-universe/images/9/9b/The_Trial_243.png/revision/latest?cb=20170531183922 what little we've seen of Homeworld including a MASSIVE structure seemingly built in her image]], it's very possible she might fall under [[OverarchingVillain an oft-connected trope]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has the mysterious diamond present at the top of the Diamond Authority symbol (both [[https://i.ytimg.com/vi/Q2PyRJreI_U/hqdefault.jpg the old one]] and [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/steven-universe/images/9/9f/Diamond_Authority_symbol_current.png/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/350?cb=20160108015430 the current one]]) and she has [[https://i.redd.it/e79h9vpackex.png a mural in the moon base]] alongside her fellow diamonds. She has no confirmed name, although the fanbase has settled on calling her "White Diamond" due to the naming pattern the other three follow, and outside of her mural, we know nothing of her appearance. All we know about her is that she's one of the three current leaders of [[TheEmpire Homeworld]], she was present before the shattering of Pink Diamond, and she's most likely still alive today - However, based on the number of planets she's depicted with on her mural compared to the other members of the authority, still yet to be unveiled proper even over a season after the name drop of [[PosthumousCharacter Pink Diamond]], and [[https://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/steven-universe/images/9/9b/The_Trial_243.png/revision/latest?cb=20170531183922 what little we've seen of Homeworld including a MASSIVE structure seemingly built in her image]], it's very possible she might fall under [[OverarchingVillain [[GreaterScopeVillain an oft-connected trope]].
23rd May '18 10:24:35 AM mlsmithca
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* Lord and Lady Ferncliffe in the George Cukor classic ''Dinner at Eight''.

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* Lord and Lady Ferncliffe in In the George Cukor classic ''Dinner ''Film/DinnerAtEight'', many threads of the plot are driven by the anticipated presence at Eight''.the title event of English aristocrats Lord and Lady Ferncliffe, whom main characters Oliver and Millicent Jordan befriended while visiting England the previous year. However, the Ferncliffes never appear, cancelling their stay in New York in favour of going to Florida instead.
20th May '18 10:09:54 PM DuelMark
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': The [[BigBrotherBully brothers]] of Prince Hans are only mentioned, but never appear in person due to him visiting Arendelle alone. They technically "appear" in ''Literature/AFrozenHeart'' where four of them are named and both their mother and [[GreaterScopeVillain their father]] are introduced, but since the book has no illustrations, it's unknown what they look like. To date, the main characters have not met them.
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18th May '18 7:58:13 AM PaulA
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* ''Theatre/SummerOfTheSeventeenthDoll'' revolves around four friends, Olive, Nancy, Barney, and Roo. Nancy never appears, and her absence overshadows the events to the point that she's effectively a PosthumousCharacter, except that instead of dying she got married.
5th May '18 1:33:44 PM Xlsfd
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** The Soul Cake Duck is the AnthropomorphicPersonification of Soul Cake Tuesday and pretty much the Disc's equivalent to the Easter Bunny. However, the duck doesn't appear in any of the books, even though Susan claims to have met the Soul Cake Duck in ''Discworld/ThiefOfTime''.
21st Apr '18 7:58:45 PM Gamermaster
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* ''Manga/KaguyaSamaLoveIsWar'' has the General Affairs and Auditing officers in the student council. According to the volume 4 extras, they're both third year students that aren't on good terms with the rest of the council, so they do their work separately. Following Shirogane's reelection in volume 7, the Auditing officer was replaced by Miko and the General Affairs position is presumably unfilled.
21st Apr '18 5:37:18 AM jormis29
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* ''Mathnet'': There's George Frankly's wife Martha who's never seen even when there's a party at her and George's house. She was behind the camera.

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* ''Mathnet'': ''[[Series/SquareOneTV Mathnet]]'': There's George Frankly's wife Martha who's never seen even when there's a party at her and George's house. She was behind the camera.
20th Apr '18 9:39:59 AM KelpTheGreat
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* Contrary to popular belief, Yugi Mouto from the original ''Anime/YuGiOh'' ''did'' have a mother, and she ''wasn't'' dead. She was seen in one brief scene in the manga, and one scene in one episode after the Duelist Kingdom arc (which was cut from the dub) but that was it. Exactly why she kept herself hidden all the time wasn't clear.

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* Contrary to popular belief, Yugi Mouto Mutou from the original ''Anime/YuGiOh'' ''did'' have a mother, and she ''wasn't'' dead. She was seen in one brief scene in the manga, and one scene in one episode after the Duelist Kingdom arc (which was cut from the dub) but that was it. Exactly why she kept herself hidden all the time wasn't clear.
2nd Apr '18 4:21:33 AM ecojosh1
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* The Easter Bunny is never seen in ''WesternAnimation/PeterAndTheMagicEgg''. All we see is his shadow.
28th Mar '18 1:19:22 PM DaibhidC
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** Old Man Trouble, an AnthropomorphicPersonification of, well, trouble, who never actually appears, but is referenced several times when discussing anthropomorphic personifications. All that is known of him is that he takes the form of a figure in a ragged coat and broad brimmed hat, he can be inadvertently summoned by [[WaxingLyrical a failure to have musical ability or love]], and -- even by the standards of anthropomorphic personifications -- he's considered a bit weird.

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** Old Man Trouble, an AnthropomorphicPersonification of, well, trouble, who never actually appears, but is referenced several times when discussing anthropomorphic personifications. All that is known of him is that he takes the form of a figure in a ragged coat and broad brimmed hat, he can be inadvertently summoned by those who lack both musical ability and love may [[WaxingLyrical a failure to have musical ability or love]], find him knocking on their door]], and -- even by the standards of anthropomorphic personifications -- he's considered a bit weird.
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