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9th Apr '18 3:35:11 AM jormis29
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* ''The Goddamn George Liquor Program'' (By JohnKricfalusi) was the first Web-based Cartoon specifically made for the Internet, predating HomestarRunner by 3 years. Also the first Web Cartoon to be completely made in UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash.

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* ''The Goddamn George Liquor Program'' ''WebAnimation/TheGoddamnGeorgeLiquorProgram'' (By JohnKricfalusi) Creator/JohnKricfalusi) was the first Web-based Cartoon specifically made for the Internet, predating HomestarRunner ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' by 3 years. Also the first Web Cartoon to be completely made in UsefulNotes/AdobeFlash.
13th Mar '18 2:06:38 PM Bense
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* Although comedic elements often appeared in earlier games, ''TabletopGame/{{Paranoia}}'' was the first RPG that was all comedy.
26th Feb '18 1:20:26 PM Purplestuff2003
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->''"Phrases like 'shiver my timbers' and traditional pirate songs like 'Fifteen Men on the Dead Man's Chest' were made up by Creator/RobertLouisStevenson for his novel Literature/TreasureIsland, published in 1883 -- over 150 years after the end of the Golden Age of Piracy. We might as well tell you right now that 90 percent of all pirate tropes come from the same book: One-legged pirates, squawking parrots, drunken mutinies... all that stuff can be traced back to Treasure Island."''

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->''"Phrases like 'shiver my me timbers' and traditional pirate songs like 'Fifteen Men on the Dead Man's Chest' were made up by Creator/RobertLouisStevenson for his novel Literature/TreasureIsland, published in 1883 -- over 150 years after the end of the Golden Age of Piracy. We might as well tell you right now that 90 percent of all pirate tropes come from the same book: One-legged pirates, squawking parrots, drunken mutinies... all that stuff can be traced back to Treasure Island."''
12th Feb '18 7:01:46 PM FF32
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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTensei'' -- Created the {{Mons}} RPG sub-genre. Its source material, ''Literature/DigitalDevilStory'', is a {{deconstruction}} of the genre, making it {{unbuilt|Trope}}.

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* ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTensei'' ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'' -- Created the {{Mons}} RPG sub-genre. Its source material, ''Literature/DigitalDevilStory'', is a {{deconstruction}} of the genre, making it {{unbuilt|Trope}}.
12th Feb '18 4:30:15 PM nombretomado
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* Hiroshi Aramata's ''Literature/TeitoMonogatari'' is widely credited as the first modern Japanese fantasy novel to heavily feature {{onmyodo}} mysticism, which became a major trope in Japanese pop culture.

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* Hiroshi Aramata's ''Literature/TeitoMonogatari'' is widely credited as the first modern Japanese fantasy novel to heavily feature {{onmyodo}} UsefulNotes/{{onmyodo}} mysticism, which became a major trope in Japanese pop culture.
4th Feb '18 1:08:06 PM nombretomado
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* ''VideoGame/DragonSlayer'' -- Often considered the first ActionRPG and it influenced ActionAdventure games as well. Published in 1984 by NihonFalcom for UsefulNotes/{{PC88}}, it introduced the core gameplay that series such as ''VideoGame/{{Hydlide}}'' and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'' would expand upon: underground labyrinths, an overworld, item inventory, and puzzle dungeons.

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* ''VideoGame/DragonSlayer'' -- Often considered the first ActionRPG and it influenced ActionAdventure games as well. Published in 1984 by NihonFalcom Creator/NihonFalcom for UsefulNotes/{{PC88}}, it introduced the core gameplay that series such as ''VideoGame/{{Hydlide}}'' and ''VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda'' would expand upon: underground labyrinths, an overworld, item inventory, and puzzle dungeons.
21st Jan '18 1:06:12 PM Kitchen90
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* ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' -- Started a tradition that film adaptations of YA series will always split the final book into two films. The failure of ''[[Literature/{{Divergent}} The Divergent Series: Allegiant]]'' has seemingly killed this trend, however.
* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''); probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced being sued by Hollywood a couple of times, accused of "copying" their movies, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor, noting that ''Carry On'' was parodying them, and not taking credit for other movie studios' work[[/note]]; and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope codif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).

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* ''Film/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' -- Started a tradition that film adaptations of YA series teenage book franchises will always split the final book into two films. The failure of ''[[Literature/{{Divergent}} The Divergent Series: Allegiant]]'' has seemingly killed this trend, however.
* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''); probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced WholePlotReference genre films[[note]]Faced being sued by Hollywood a couple of times, accused of "copying" their movies, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor, noting that ''Carry On'' was parodying them, and not taking credit for other movie studios' work[[/note]]; and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope codif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).
21st Jan '18 12:40:24 PM Kitchen90
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* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''), probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced being sued by {{Hollywood}} a couple of times, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor[[/note]], and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope codif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).

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* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''), (''Film/CarryOnSpying''); probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced being sued by {{Hollywood}} Hollywood a couple of times, accused of "copying" their movies, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor[[/note]], favor, noting that ''Carry On'' was parodying them, and not taking credit for other movie studios' work[[/note]]; and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope codif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).
21st Jan '18 12:37:31 PM Kitchen90
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* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''), probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced being sued by {{Hollywood}} a couple of times, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor[[/note]], and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope condif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).

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* The ''Film/CarryOn'' film series -- first Franchise/JamesBond parody movie (''Film/CarryOnSpying''), probably paved the way for the AffectionateParody and WholePlotReference[[note]]Faced being sued by {{Hollywood}} a couple of times, but the court ruled in ''Carry On''[='=]s favor[[/note]], and began the AwfulBritishSexComedy trope/genre, possibly due to one of the most famous scenes in ''Film/CarryOnCamping'' (which was later {{trope condif|ier}}ed codif|ier}}ed by the ''Film/ConfessionsOfA'' series).
20th Jan '18 11:02:18 AM Wyvernil
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* ''VideoGame/{{Minecraft}}'' -- Created both the sandbox building game, and the sandbox [[SurvivalSandbox survival]] genre.
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