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5th Jan '16 4:39:19 PM hamza678
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Berserker Fury

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Berserker Fury
20th Oct '15 6:01:53 PM Kjones91
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26th Jul '15 2:38:26 AM KeithTyler
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Around here, it is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stunt_word stunt root]], as in, "That isn't really different enough from our other tropes to be separately [[Administrivia/IsThisTropable tropeable]]." Whether or not a subject is a trope is referred to as being "tropeable" or "tropeworthy"; works that are particularly tropeable are often referred to as ''{{Troperiffic}}''.

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Around here, it is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stunt_word org/wiki/Nonce_word stunt root]], as in, "That isn't really different enough from our other tropes to be separately [[Administrivia/IsThisTropable tropeable]]." Whether or not a subject is a trope is referred to as being "tropeable" or "tropeworthy"; works that are particularly tropeable are often referred to as ''{{Troperiffic}}''.
29th Oct '14 8:17:32 PM Patachou
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We also didn't invent the notion of finding and cataloging as many tropes as humanly possible or the idea of all media being formed around the same set of core tropes. A perusal[[note]]Choose the definition you think best applies[[/note]] of our BooksOnTrope page and the works linked there will show you that people have been identifying and discussing patterns in media for ''centuries''. [[OlderThanTheyThink The first troper on record was, in fact, Aristotle]]. Yes, '''THAT''' {{Aristotle}}.

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We also didn't invent the notion of finding and cataloging as many tropes as humanly possible or the idea of all media being formed around the same set of core tropes. A perusal[[note]]Choose the definition you think best applies[[/note]] of our BooksOnTrope page and the works linked there will show you that people have been identifying and discussing patterns in media for ''centuries''. [[OlderThanTheyThink The first troper on record was, in fact, Aristotle]]. Yes, '''THAT''' {{Aristotle}}.
Creator/{{Aristotle}}.
14th Jun '14 4:31:22 PM WaterBlap
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Merriam-Webster gives a definition of "{{trope}}" as a "figure of speech." In storytelling, a trope is just that -- a conceptual figure of speech, a storytelling shorthand for a concept that the audience will recognize and understand instantly.

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Merriam-Webster gives a definition of "{{trope}}" "trope" as a "figure of speech." In storytelling, a trope is just that -- a conceptual figure of speech, a storytelling shorthand for a concept that the audience will recognize and understand instantly.
30th Jul '13 2:33:27 PM JalexShipper
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7th Jul '13 10:01:19 AM StFan
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Around here, it is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stunt_word stunt root]], as in, "That isn't really different enough from our other tropes to be separately [[IsThisTropeable tropeable]]." Whether or not a subject is a trope is referred to as being "tropeable" or "tropeworthy"; works that are particularly tropeable are often referred to as ''{{Troperiffic}}''.

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Around here, it is a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stunt_word stunt root]], as in, "That isn't really different enough from our other tropes to be separately [[IsThisTropeable [[Administrivia/IsThisTropable tropeable]]." Whether or not a subject is a trope is referred to as being "tropeable" or "tropeworthy"; works that are particularly tropeable are often referred to as ''{{Troperiffic}}''.
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