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17th Sep '16 8:11:54 AM Sharlee
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** Hodgesaargh, the Lancre castle falconer, based on Dave Hodges, who really does keep birds of prey. Lady Jane, the vicious gyrfalcon who keeps attacking him, is real too. RealLife Hodgesaargh is nicknamed that way because people tend to run away from him, screaming "Oh no, it's Hodges... aargh!"

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** Hodgesaargh, the Lancre castle falconer, based on Dave Hodges, who really does keep birds of prey. Lady Jane, the vicious gyrfalcon who keeps attacking him, is real too. RealLife Hodgesaargh is nicknamed that way because people tend to run away from him, screaming "Oh no, it's Hodges... aargh!"aargh!" The fictional version is named that way because he never manages to finish introducing himself without getting attacked by his own birds.
12th Sep '16 2:18:13 PM TrendingToon1
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** Adam West, who portrays ''himself'', as Catman.
26th Aug '16 8:31:48 PM Myths
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**In book six a very drunk Slughorn thinks that Ron's name is "Rupert".
14th Aug '16 11:30:31 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* RedShirt marines in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' are named after either developers at [[{{Creator/Bungie}} Bungie Studios]] or cast members of the Halo machinima ''Machinima/RedVsBlue''.

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* ''Franchise/{{Halo}}'': RedShirt marines in ''VideoGame/{{Halo 3}}'' are named after either developers at [[{{Creator/Bungie}} Bungie Studios]] or cast members of the Halo ''Halo'' machinima ''Machinima/RedVsBlue''.''Machinima/RedVsBlue''. A number of Army troopers in ''VideoGame/HaloReach'' are also named after Bungie staff.
9th Aug '16 9:44:46 PM PaulA
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* There are several of these in the Literature/{{Dragaera}} books, particularly in the introductions to the ''Khaavren'' books. One, written by "The Dean of Pamlar University" was written by author Pamela Dean; another, by a magician named Ilen was written by Creator/NeilGaiman. Similarly, in the book ''Athyra'', there is a reference to a ''Book of the Seven Wizards'', with each wizard being a ShoutOut to writer friends of Brust, except for one which describes himself.

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* There are several of these in the Literature/{{Dragaera}} books, particularly in the introductions to the ''Khaavren'' ''Literature/KhaavrenRomances'' books. One, written by "The Dean of Pamlar University" was written by author Pamela Dean; Creator/PamelaDean; another, by a magician named Ilen Ilen, was written by Creator/NeilGaiman. Similarly, in the book ''Athyra'', ''Literature/{{Athyra}}'', there is a reference to a ''Book of the Seven Wizards'', with each wizard being a ShoutOut to writer friends of Brust, except for one which describes himself.
19th Jul '16 5:36:07 PM JoeMerl
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* In the Creator/CartoonNetwork show ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the protagonist is named Steven, after creator Rebecca Sugar's brother (who also works on the show).

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* In the Creator/CartoonNetwork show ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'', the protagonist title character is named Steven, after after, and loosely based on, creator Rebecca Sugar's brother (who younger brother, who also works on the show).show.
9th Jul '16 2:28:05 PM nombretomado
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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'': Kiina is named after writer Greg Farshtey's ex-wife, Jackina, and a trio of Order of Mata Nui agents (Jerbraz, Johmak, Tobduk) is named after the three artists who worked on the ''BIONICLE: World'' book, Jeremy Brazeal, John [=McCormack=] and Toby Dutkiewicz.

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* ''Franchise/{{Bionicle}}'': ''Toys/{{Bionicle}}'': Kiina is named after writer Greg Farshtey's ex-wife, Jackina, and a trio of Order of Mata Nui agents (Jerbraz, Johmak, Tobduk) is named after the three artists who worked on the ''BIONICLE: World'' book, Jeremy Brazeal, John [=McCormack=] and Toby Dutkiewicz.
24th Jun '16 8:56:29 PM nombretomado
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* Reportedly, Sky Dragon of Osiris was renamed "Slifer the Sky Dragon" in the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' dub, as well as in the official translation of the manga, as a nod to [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] director Roger Slifer[[note]]The same Roger Slifer who was a writer on the various Hasbro-based Sunbow / Marvel Productions series in the 1980s.[[/note]].

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* Reportedly, Sky Dragon of Osiris was renamed "Slifer the Sky Dragon" in the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' dub, as well as in the official translation of the manga, as a nod to [[FourKidsEntertainment [[Creator/FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] director Roger Slifer[[note]]The same Roger Slifer who was a writer on the various Hasbro-based Sunbow / Marvel Productions series in the 1980s.[[/note]].
18th Jun '16 12:28:15 AM gewunomox
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* ''Series/{{Lost}}'' has done this a few times. A character in the 2009 {{ARG}} was Hans van Eeghen, likely named after the show's film editor Henk van Eeghen. The minor character "Simmons" in season 6 was hinted to be named as a shout-out to sports columnist BillSimmons.

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* ''Series/{{Lost}}'' has done this a few times. A character in the 2009 {{ARG}} AlternateRealityGame was Hans van Eeghen, likely named after the show's film editor Henk van Eeghen. The minor character "Simmons" in season 6 was hinted to be named as a shout-out to sports columnist BillSimmons.
11th Jun '16 11:38:32 AM KelpTheGreat
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* Reportedly, Sky Dragon of Osiris was renamed "Slifer the Sky Dragon" in the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' dub, as a nod to [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] director Roger Slifer[[note]]The same Roger Slifer who was a writer on the various Hasbro-based Sunbow / Marvel Productions series in the 1980s.[[/note]].

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* Reportedly, Sky Dragon of Osiris was renamed "Slifer the Sky Dragon" in the ''Anime/YuGiOh'' dub, as well as in the official translation of the manga, as a nod to [[FourKidsEntertainment 4Kids]] director Roger Slifer[[note]]The same Roger Slifer who was a writer on the various Hasbro-based Sunbow / Marvel Productions series in the 1980s.[[/note]].



* Dr. Mashirito, Sembei Norimaki's nemesis in ''[[Manga/DoctorSlump Dr. Slump]]'', is named after Toriyama's editor Kazuhiko Torishima ("Mashirito" is "Torishima" [[SdrawkcabName spelled backwards]]).

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* Dr. Mashirito, Sembei Norimaki's nemesis in ''[[Manga/DoctorSlump Dr. Slump]]'', is named after Toriyama's editor Kazuhiko Torishima ("Mashirito" is "Torishima" [[SdrawkcabName spelled backwards]]).Torishima, "Mashirito" being an anagram of Torishima.
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