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26th Apr '18 2:14:11 PM AzyWng
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* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'', similar to the ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' example below, can teach players basic math and other calculations through tasks like calculating percent chances to inflict/resist statuses.

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* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'', similar to the ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' ''VideoGame/{{Pokemon}}'' example below, can teach players basic math and other calculations through tasks like calculating percent chances to inflict/resist statuses.
26th Apr '18 2:13:18 PM AzyWng
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* ''VideoGame/DarkestDungeon'', similar to the ''VideoGame/Pokemon'' example below, can teach players basic math and other calculations through tasks like calculating percent chances to inflict/resist statuses.
14th Apr '18 1:22:33 PM lalaTKG
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* Some people credit their interest in mythology and historical figures entirely on the Franchise/{{Nasuverse}}, specifically the ''Fate'' franchise. While there are inconsistencies with how each figure is portrayed, many people learn about international folklore and the heroic figures that come from them through the characters that show up as Heroic Spirits or Counter Guardians.
14th Apr '18 1:17:55 PM lalaTKG
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** Similarly, ''Anime/KemonoFriends'' and its predecessor video game were just fun stories about animal girls that occasionally had information about their base animals, but it really got people taking up an interest in the animal kingdom and some of the species featured on the show-- to the point where zoos owed their continued success to it.
24th Mar '18 11:03:23 PM Caps-luna
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* ''VideoGame/WorldofWarships'' covers several decades of naval shipbuilding and references the very complicated naval politics of the era. Expect a double dose if you pop on the forums.
16th Mar '18 4:36:20 PM nombretomado
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* Come to think of it, ThisVeryWiki.

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* Come to think of it, ThisVeryWiki.Wiki/ThisVeryWiki.
13th Mar '18 8:07:23 PM Gamermaster
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* Casual listeners of music don't really think about time signatures until they have to do something that involves committing to keeping a rhythm, like playing an instrument...or playing {{Rhythm Game}}s. Long-time players of ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'' and ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}}'', for example, may remember "Holic" being their first real touch with [[UncommonTime time signatures that aren't in 4/4, 3/4, or triple time]] (the song runs in 7/8, then 7/4, before finally switching to 4/4), making the song a WakeUpCallBoss for a number of players of both games.

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* Casual listeners of music don't really think about time signatures until they have to do something that involves committing to keeping a rhythm, like playing an instrument...or playing {{Rhythm Game}}s. Long-time players of ''VideoGame/{{DanceDanceRevolution}}'' ''VideoGame/DanceDanceRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/{{beatmania}}'', for example, may remember "Holic" being their first real touch with [[UncommonTime time signatures that aren't in 4/4, 3/4, or triple time]] (the song runs in 7/8, then 7/4, before finally switching to 4/4), making the song a WakeUpCallBoss for a number of players of both games.
4th Mar '18 12:32:57 AM RacattackForce
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* ''Manga/KillingBites'''s plot concerning [[Animorphism half-human/half-animal]] [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent hybrids]] mainly serves as fuel for flashy, blood-soaked fights and {{Fanservice}}, but that doesn't take away from the fact that many of the attacks, skills, and even character personalities on display actually have a basis in zoology, with the show briefly cutting away from a fight to explain how a fighter's behavior or actions relates to the actual animal.

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* ''Manga/KillingBites'''s plot concerning [[Animorphism [[{{Animorphism}} half-human/half-animal]] [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent hybrids]] mainly serves as fuel for flashy, blood-soaked fights and {{Fanservice}}, but that doesn't take away from the fact that many of the attacks, skills, and even character personalities on display actually have a basis in zoology, with the show briefly regularly cutting away from a fight to explain how a fighter's behavior or actions relates to the actual animal.
4th Mar '18 12:32:19 AM RacattackForce
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* ''Manga/KillingBites'''s plot concerning [[Animorphism half-human/half-animal]] [[OurWerebeastsAreDifferent hybrids]] mainly serves as fuel for flashy, blood-soaked fights and {{Fanservice}}, but that doesn't take away from the fact that many of the attacks, skills, and even character personalities on display actually have a basis in zoology, with the show briefly cutting away from a fight to explain how a fighter's behavior or actions relates to the actual animal.
3rd Feb '18 3:30:09 PM koolkame
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*** TheLegendOfKorra focuses on social inequality, materialism versus spiritualism and the progress of society in the face of technology. Socialism, anarchism and fascism are shown through its villains while also showing that the philosophies themselves are not without merit (equality, freedom and strong leaders are necessary for a progressive society) and that the antagonists are going too far in forcing their will on the world. Korra's growth as a person and even her love life are pretty good indicators for becoming a responsible adult that takes care of oneself while also being considerate and understanding of others, even said antagonists. Some fans that Korra's [[spoiler: discovering her feelings for Asami]] in the last season helped them with similar issues in their life.

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*** TheLegendOfKorra focuses on social inequality, materialism versus spiritualism and the progress of society in the face of technology. Socialism, anarchism and fascism are shown through its villains while also showing that the philosophies themselves are not without merit (equality, freedom and strong leaders are necessary for a progressive society) and that the antagonists are going too far in forcing their will on the world. Korra's growth as a person and even her love life are pretty good indicators for becoming a responsible adult that takes care of oneself while also being considerate and understanding of others, even said antagonists. Some fans have even said that Korra's [[spoiler: discovering her feelings for Asami]] in the last season helped them with similar issues in their life.
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