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22nd Mar '17 8:33:35 AM RezaMaulana98
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** ''Series/KamenRiderRyuki'' pretty much becoming the TropeCodifier for all of the following Kamen Rider shows, with current series staples such as collectible devices, TransformationTrinket that has to be carried everytime, and AntiHero or pure evil Riders all making their debuts in Ryuki.
19th Mar '17 2:54:02 PM nombretomado
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* Music/TupacShakur and TheNotoriousBIG are the joint codifiers for GangstaRap.

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* Music/TupacShakur and TheNotoriousBIG Music/TheNotoriousBIG are the joint codifiers for GangstaRap.
14th Mar '17 4:22:34 PM EpicLinkSam
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* ''YuGiOh'' is the reason we have AnimeHair.
3rd Mar '17 4:15:32 PM craigj
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** In TheSixties, ''Kyojin No Hoshi'' started the ''supokon'' ([[HotBlooded sports & guts]]) genre, putting the focus on the [[TrainingFromHell grueling training and sacrifice]] in the dogged pursuit of the top. It is the closest thing to a codifier for all sports anime and manga, and especially baseball. ''Manga/TigerMask'' and ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'' similarly codified wrestling and boxing series, respectively.

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** In TheSixties, ''Kyojin No Hoshi'' started the ''supokon'' ([[HotBlooded sports & guts]]) genre, putting the focus on the [[TrainingFromHell grueling training and sacrifice]] in the [[SeriousBusiness dogged pursuit of the top.top]]. It is the closest thing to a codifier for all sports anime and manga, and especially baseball. ''Manga/TigerMask'' and ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'' similarly codified wrestling and boxing series, respectively.



** TheEighties saw the arrival of arguably the single most popular sports manga and anime, ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa''. While far from inventing physics-defying trick shots in sports, it might be the most remembered for them while codifying soccer series.
** In TheNineties, Manga/SlamDunk became extremely popular despite keeping everything down to earth. Rather than being about [[BeyondTheImpossible larger than life]] [[InstantExpert geniuses]], it balanced daily life, comedy, and relationships. It set several new standards to how to approach a sports series as well as codifying basketball manga.

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** TheEighties saw the arrival of arguably the single most popular sports manga and anime, ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa''. While far from inventing physics-defying occasionally violent for drama, it was a much more [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism bright-eyed]], [[RuleOfCool rip-roaring]] take on the genre. Physics-defying trick shots had appeared in sports, it other series long before, mostly in baseball. But ''Tsubasa'' might be the most remembered for its bombastic use of them while codifying by an entire team. It codified soccer series.
series as well as keeping the focus on [[RuleOfFun the sheer fun of the game]].
** In TheNineties, Manga/SlamDunk became extremely popular despite keeping everything down to earth. Rather than being about [[BeyondTheImpossible larger than life]] [[InstantExpert geniuses]], it balanced daily life, comedy, and relationships. It set several new standards to The series codified basketball manga and how to [[{{Realism}} realistically]] approach a sports series as well as codifying basketball manga.while keeping audiences hooked.
15th Feb '17 3:30:30 AM Yukianesa
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammmer}}'' is a strong contender for the DarkFantasy genre.

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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammmer}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammer}}'' is a strong contender for the DarkFantasy genre.
15th Feb '17 3:29:58 AM Yukianesa
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* ''TabletopGame/{{Warhammmer}}'' is a strong contender for the DarkFantasy genre.
10th Feb '17 8:35:34 PM craigj
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** TheEighties saw the arrival of arguably the single most popular sports manga and anime, ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa''. As one of Magazine/ShonenJump's cash cows, it put a more light-hearted, fun focus on physics defying, flashy moves as well as codifying soccer series.

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** TheEighties saw the arrival of arguably the single most popular sports manga and anime, ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa''. As one of Magazine/ShonenJump's cash cows, While far from inventing physics-defying trick shots in sports, it put a more light-hearted, fun focus on physics defying, flashy moves as well as might be the most remembered for them while codifying soccer series.
10th Feb '17 8:25:04 PM craigj
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* While mostly unknown in English speaking countries until ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', the sports anime genre has been a staple for over a century now. Having so many subgenres and approaches, the scene has multiple codifiers.

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* While mostly unknown in English speaking countries until ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', the sports anime genre has been a staple for over half a century now. Having so many subgenres and approaches, the scene has multiple codifiers.
10th Feb '17 8:22:18 PM craigj
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* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' is the Trope Codifier of the Anime sports show, even though there were other Anime sports shows before it.

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* ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'' While mostly unknown in English speaking countries until ''Manga/ThePrinceOfTennis'', the sports anime genre has been a staple for over a century now. Having so many subgenres and approaches, the scene has multiple codifiers.
** In TheSixties, ''Kyojin No Hoshi'' started the ''supokon'' ([[HotBlooded sports & guts]]) genre, putting the focus on the [[TrainingFromHell grueling training and sacrifice]] in the dogged pursuit of the top. It
is the Trope Codifier of the Anime closest thing to a codifier for all sports show, even though there were other Anime anime and manga, and especially baseball. ''Manga/TigerMask'' and ''Manga/AshitaNoJoe'' similarly codified wrestling and boxing series, respectively.
** ''AttackNumberOne'' codified {{Shoujo}}
sports shows before it. series as well as volleyball manga with hotblooded grace, with ''Manga/AimForTheAce'' doing the same for tennis during TheSeventies.
** TheEighties saw the arrival of arguably the single most popular sports manga and anime, ''Manga/CaptainTsubasa''. As one of Magazine/ShonenJump's cash cows, it put a more light-hearted, fun focus on physics defying, flashy moves as well as codifying soccer series.
** In TheNineties, Manga/SlamDunk became extremely popular despite keeping everything down to earth. Rather than being about [[BeyondTheImpossible larger than life]] [[InstantExpert geniuses]], it balanced daily life, comedy, and relationships. It set several new standards to how to approach a sports series as well as codifying basketball manga.
24th Jan '17 3:34:10 AM narm00
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* Granted while he was not the first to do it or even make a full album out of it, but John Oswald was the one who gave the [[TropeNamer name to the genre]] Plunderphonics and also its very identity with his album Plunderphonics.

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* Granted while he was not the first to do it or even make a full album out of it, but John Oswald was the one who gave the [[TropeNamer name to the genre]] Plunderphonics and also its very identity with his album Plunderphonics.



* ''Champions/Hero'' codified point-build systems, closely followed by ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}},'' which seems to be the codifier for "system designed as generic from the start".

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* ''Champions/Hero'' ''TabletopGame/{{Champions}}[=/=]Hero'' codified point-build systems, closely followed by ''TabletopGame/{{GURPS}},'' which seems to be the codifier for "system designed as generic from the start".
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