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10th Oct '17 6:06:37 PM nombretomado
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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' is well known for its huge number of [[CallBack Call Backs]], [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], [[ChekhovsGunman Gunmen]], [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowings]] and a well plotted MythArc. WordOfGod is that [[JimButcher the author]] began plotting the entire series after writing the first two chapters of ''Literature/StormFront'' and, while allowing for new characters and some minor alterations (as a WhamEpisode ''Literature/{{Changes}}'' was originally meant to be [[MidSeasonTwist book 10]] but was later pushed up to book 12), he is still following the original planning.

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* ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' is well known for its huge number of [[CallBack Call Backs]], [[ChekhovsGun Chekhovs Guns]], [[ChekhovsGunman Gunmen]], [[{{Foreshadowing}} foreshadowings]] and a well plotted MythArc. WordOfGod is that [[JimButcher [[Creator/JimButcher the author]] began plotting the entire series after writing the first two chapters of ''Literature/StormFront'' and, while allowing for new characters and some minor alterations (as a WhamEpisode ''Literature/{{Changes}}'' was originally meant to be [[MidSeasonTwist book 10]] but was later pushed up to book 12), he is still following the original planning.
23rd Sep '17 3:57:24 PM Quanyails
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** In WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra, it came as a rather big shock to most fans when [[spoiler: it was revealed the Equalists would be using MiniMecha to fight.]] ''Most fans'', but not all- because a few keen eyes noticed that for a few seconds in the first episode, you could see [[spoiler: low quality blueprints]]. What's more impressive; that the creators bothered to put such a small detail in, or that the fanbase managed to catch it?

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** In WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra, ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', it came as a rather big shock to most fans when [[spoiler: it was revealed the Equalists would be using MiniMecha to fight.]] ''Most fans'', but not all- because a few keen eyes noticed that for a few seconds in the first episode, you could see [[spoiler: low quality blueprints]]. What's more impressive; that the creators bothered to put such a small detail in, or that the fanbase managed to catch it?
23rd Sep '17 3:56:30 PM Quanyails
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* In DasBoSchitt's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCXJsNcm8xo&list=UUilz3PTMR4URfxq6UeRRL9Q Giant Man Is Not Afraid]], at 0:21 a visible link to a Youtube video is shown, which, if typed in, will send you to the same Youtube video the [[Videogame/TeamFortress2 Heavy]] is watching later in the video.

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* In DasBoSchitt's [=DasBoSchitt=]'s [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WCXJsNcm8xo&list=UUilz3PTMR4URfxq6UeRRL9Q Giant Man Is Not Afraid]], at 0:21 a visible link to a Youtube [=YouTube=] video is shown, which, if typed in, will send you to the same Youtube [=YouTube=] video the [[Videogame/TeamFortress2 Heavy]] is watching later in the video.
23rd Sep '17 3:55:16 PM Quanyails
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* ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon:'' It's incredibly hard to notice (who ever first discovered this must have eagle eyes) but Toothless has [[http://elfpen.tumblr.com/post/71390786497/elfpen-toothless-scars-and-how-he-got-them scars]] from the thing Hiccup used to shoot him down. Hiccup also has a slight scar on his chin, but how he got it was not known until the second film. It's revealed that he got it [[spoiler:when he was accidentally scratched by Cloudjumper as a baby, and it's also how Valka is able to recognize him after twenty years]].[[http://dejareviewer.com/2012/12/04/10-cool-details-you-may-have-missed-in-how-to-train-your-dragon/ More here.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/HowToTrainYourDragon:'' It's incredibly hard to notice (who ever first discovered this must have eagle eyes) but Toothless has [[http://elfpen.tumblr.com/post/71390786497/elfpen-toothless-scars-and-how-he-got-them scars]] from the thing Hiccup used to shoot him down. Hiccup also has a slight scar on his chin, but how he got it was not known until the second film. It's revealed that he got it [[spoiler:when he was accidentally scratched by Cloudjumper as a baby, and it's also how Valka is able to recognize him after twenty years]]. [[http://dejareviewer.com/2012/12/04/10-cool-details-you-may-have-missed-in-how-to-train-your-dragon/ More here.]]
22nd Jul '17 9:18:49 AM capthanos
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** A far more brilliant example than the previous example occurs in ''The Legend of Korra'', and it spans the entire franchise. In the ''ATLA'' finale, [[spoiler: the Lion Turtles and energybending were established as ancient animals and bending arts, respectively, were]] shown in the present day. With the two-part "Beginnings", episodes that came ''five years'' after the ''ATLA'' finale, ''The Legend of Korra'' reveals the former details to be absolutely true. Not only that, but the origin of humans being able to use the elements is also revealed; just as '[[spoiler: the Lion Turtle was able to give Aang an ability, so too were the ancient Lion Turtles, who gave the different elements to humanity!]]. If that weren't enough, the creators realized that the sources of bending were already elaborated upon in ''ATLA'', and to reconcile the sources of bending and the ability to bend, they have [[spoiler: Wan doing the Dancing Dragon]] alongside a dragon, the source that taught firebending as established in the previous series. Truly, these episodes were crafted by people who truly love and care for the franchise.

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** A far more brilliant example than the previous example occurs in ''The Legend of Korra'', and it spans the entire franchise. In the ''ATLA'' finale, [[spoiler: the Lion Turtles and energybending were established as ancient animals and bending arts, respectively, were]] shown in the present day. With the two-part "Beginnings", episodes that came ''five years'' after the ''ATLA'' finale, ''The Legend of Korra'' reveals the former details to be absolutely true. Not only that, but the origin of humans being able to use the elements is also revealed; just as '[[spoiler: the Lion Turtle was able to give Aang an ability, so too were the ancient Lion Turtles, who gave the different elements to humanity!]]. If that weren't enough, the creators realized that the sources of bending were already elaborated upon in ''ATLA'', and to reconcile the sources of bending and the ability to bend, they have [[spoiler: Wan doing the Dancing Dragon]] alongside a dragon, the source that taught firebending how to firebend as established in the previous series. Finally, the idea of the Avatar being connected to both the human world and the spirit world makes a lot more sense with the revelation that [[spoiler: the Avatar is the combination of a human and Raava.]] The Avatar cycle is the way it is because [[spoiler: that is the order in which Wan learned the elements.]] Truly, these episodes were crafted by people who truly love and care for the franchise.


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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': the show has had some examples of this so far:
** When Toffee is introduced, the first shot the viewer gets of him is his hand that is missing a finger. In the same episode of his introduction, he says "You're not the first monster to fall victim to [the Butterfly family's] magic." Slowly, the missing finger and Toffee's history with the Butterfly family become important as the series goes on and hints towards what really happened to the finger and how Toffee's motives are partly driven by it.
** In one episode, while Star was trapped in Rhombulus' crystal dimension, there is a FreezeFrameBonus of [[spoiler: Eclipsa trapped in a crystal pillar.]] Come ''The Battle for Mewni'' and it is revealed that this wasn't just a FreezeFrameBonus and has far more importance than initially let on. In an earlier episode, Moon is horrified to learn that Star's magic was being compared to [[spoiler: Eclipsa's.]] This makes a lot more sense when it is shown that Moon actually met [[spoiler: Eclipsa and has seen firsthand what her magic can do.]]
30th Jun '17 4:08:24 PM capthanos
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** A far more brilliant example than the previous example occurs in ''The Legend of Korra'', and it spans the entire franchise. In the ''ATLA'' finale, [[spoiler: the Lion Turtles and energybending were established as ancient animals and bending arts, respectively, were]] shown in the present day. With the two-part "Beginnings", episodes that came ''five years'' after the ''ATLA'' finale, ''The Legend of Korra'' reveals the former details to be absolutely true. Not only that, but the origin of humans being able to use the elements is also revealed; just as '[[spoiler: the Lion Turtle was able to give Aang an ability, so too were the ancient Lion Turtles, who gave the different elements to humanity!]]. If that weren't enough, the creators realized that the sources of bending were already elaborated upon in ''ATLA'', and to reconcile the sources of bending and the ability to bend, they have [[spoiler: Wan doing the Dancing Dragon]] alongside a dragon, the source that taught firebending as established in the previous series. Truly, these episodes were crafted by people who truly love and care for the franchise.
21st Nov '16 9:33:31 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' foreshadows a lot of events early on. There's the obvious, like Grunkle Stan retreating into a secret base at the end of the first episode. But there are also more hidden things, such as various background elements having the Eye of Providence [[spoiler:hinting at the constant presence of the BigBad, Bill Cipher]], Grunkle Stan's "STNLYMBL" license plate [[spoiler:hinting at his true identity]], and a multitude of repetitive imagery ([[spoiler:Why is Grunkle Stan shown as being on fire or dead so many times...?]]) That is to say nothing of opening sequence itself, which also includes hints to future plot points, like the Zodiac Ten or [[spoiler:the effects that the multidimensional portal has on gravity]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' foreshadows a lot of events early on. There's the obvious, overt, like Grunkle Stan retreating into a secret base at the end of the first episode. episode [[spoiler:implying that he feigns ignorance about the town's weirdness]]. But there are also more hidden things, the subtle, such as various background elements having the Eye of Providence [[spoiler:hinting at the constant presence of the BigBad, Bill Cipher]], Grunkle Stan's "STNLYMBL" license plate [[spoiler:hinting at his true identity]], and a multitude of repetitive imagery ([[spoiler:Why is Grunkle Stan shown as being on fire or dead so many times...?]]) That is to say nothing of opening sequence itself, which also includes hints to future plot points, like the Zodiac Ten or [[spoiler:the effects that the multidimensional portal has on gravity]].
21st Nov '16 9:31:31 AM RacattackForce
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* ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' foreshadows a lot of events early on. There's the obvious, like Grunkle Stan retreating into a secret base at the end of the first episode. But there are also more hidden things, such as various background elements having the Eye of Providence [[spoiler:hinting at the constant presence of the BigBad, Bill Cipher]], Grunkle Stan's "STNLYMBL" license plate [[spoiler:hinting at his true identity]], and a multitude of repetitive imagery ([[spoiler:Why is Grunkle Stan shown as being on fire or dead so many times...?]]) That is to say nothing of opening sequence itself, which also includes hints to future plot points, like the Zodiac Ten or [[spoiler:the effects that the multidimensional portal has on gravity]].
6th Nov '16 4:25:10 PM Paleb05
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Often overlaps with DoingItForTheArt. Compare DevelopersForesighg for the video game equivalent, and contrast TruthInTelevision {{Indy Ploy}}s and WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants for when they have almost ''no'' idea where things may lead to, leading to TheChrisCarterEffect.

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Often overlaps with DoingItForTheArt. Compare DevelopersForesighg DevelopersForesight for the video game equivalent, and contrast TruthInTelevision {{Indy Ploy}}s and WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants for when they have almost ''no'' idea where things may lead to, leading to TheChrisCarterEffect.
3rd Nov '16 12:39:21 PM rjd1922
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Often overlaps with DoingItForTheArt. Compare TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything for the video game equivalent, and contrast TruthInTelevision {{Indy Ploy}}s and WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants for when they have almost ''no'' idea where things may lead to, leading to TheChrisCarterEffect.

[[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with a]] CrazyPrepared [[WesternAnimation/ProducingParker Parker Kovak]]

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Often overlaps with DoingItForTheArt. Compare TheDevTeamThinksOfEverything DevelopersForesighg for the video game equivalent, and contrast TruthInTelevision {{Indy Ploy}}s and WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants for when they have almost ''no'' idea where things may lead to, leading to TheChrisCarterEffect.

[[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Has nothing to do with a]] CrazyPrepared [[WesternAnimation/ProducingParker Parker Kovak]]Kovak]].
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