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27th Jan '18 9:22:10 AM Smeagol17
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** There's a more recent example that's been subjected to several memes: the identity of [[spoiler: the Sage of the Six Path's father.]] The final arc contains a lengthy backstory about [[spoiler: the Sage, real name Hagoromo, who was the son of Kaguya, an extraterrestrial princess and the first person to awaken chakra, which she used to bring world peace. However, the story then cuts to her giving birth to her twin sons, Hagoromo and his brother, Hamura, exactly with whom is never addressed. This predictably gave birth (no pun intended) to such EpilepticTrees as the beau being also an alien like her, a mere human, or even ''Jashin'', the evil god that Hidan worships. While there are still others who get this treatment, Kaguya's beau is the most significant because he's supposed to be the equivalent of the companion of the person who gave independence to a world and the father of the person who would revolutionalize the same world forever, and yet the readers know ''nothing'' about him.]]

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** There's a more recent example that's been subjected to several memes: the identity of [[spoiler: the Sage of the Six Path's father.]] The final arc contains a lengthy backstory about [[spoiler: the Sage, real name Hagoromo, who was the son of Kaguya, an extraterrestrial princess and the first person to awaken chakra, which she used to bring world peace. However, the story then cuts to her giving birth to her twin sons, Hagoromo and his brother, Hamura, exactly with whom is never addressed. This predictably gave birth (no pun intended) to such EpilepticTrees as the beau being also an alien like her, a mere human, or even ''Jashin'', the evil god that Hidan worships. While there are still others who get this treatment, Kaguya's beau is the most significant because he's supposed to be the equivalent of the companion of the person who gave independence to a world and the father of the person who would revolutionalize the same world forever, and yet the readers know ''nothing'' about him. At least before he was introduced in anime filler.]]
11th Nov '17 4:16:27 PM dracogeorge
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** It's even disputed whether or not they even ''existed'', with some thinking that Coleridge invented them as an excuse for writer's block.
30th Oct '17 1:40:26 PM morenohijazo
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* ''WebVideo/{{Petscop}}'': There is mention of a wife, a husband and someone who is adressed by "Paul". In Episode 6 "Paul" finds put there are four more "Pets", while three of them are different versions of Care, the last one isn't even pictured.
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11th Oct '17 5:54:17 PM igordebraga
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* The sorceress in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' who turns the prince into a beast and lays a curse over his entire castle, thus kick-starting the plot. We're given no explanation for ''why'' she does this - was she motivated by a sense of justice in putting the prince through a SecretTestOfCharacter, or was it DisproportionateRetribution at being rejected by him? She's also never seen in person, only depicted in stained glass at the beginning of the film.

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* The sorceress in ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'' who turns the prince into a beast and lays a curse over his entire castle, thus kick-starting the plot. We're given no explanation for ''why'' she does this - was she motivated by a sense of justice in putting the prince through a SecretTestOfCharacter, or was it DisproportionateRetribution at being rejected by him? She's also never seen in person, only depicted in stained glass at the beginning of the film. ([[Film/BeautyAndTheBeast2017 the live-action adaptation]] expands on the character)
22nd Jun '17 1:59:57 PM Shieldage
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* Depending on circumstances, the shooter may have been basically firing blind and never found out themselves that they were the one who took out the king.

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* ** Depending on circumstances, the shooter may have been basically firing blind and never found out themselves that they were the one who took out the king.
22nd Jun '17 1:58:52 PM Shieldage
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* Depending on circumstances, the shooter may have been basically firing blind and never found out themselves that they were the one who took out the king.
5th Mar '17 12:46:28 PM jharrison3051
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* Used during the sixth season of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' when Alexandria learns of a hostile group called the Saviors, rumored to be led by a man named Negan. They launch a covert attack on a compound the believe to be their headquarters and kill everyone inside, and later wonder if Negan was among them. Later episodes imply that Negan may not in fact be a singular person, but a CollectiveIdentity. The matter is left vague until the season finale, when Negan is revealed to be a [[BigBad very real person]].

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* Used during the sixth season of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' when Alexandria learns of a hostile group called the Saviors, rumored to be led by a man named Negan. They launch a covert attack on a compound the they believe to be their headquarters base and kill everyone inside, and later wonder if Negan was among them. Later episodes imply that Negan may not in fact be a singular person, but a rather a CollectiveIdentity. The matter is left vague until the season finale, when Negan is revealed to be a [[BigBad very real person]].
5th Mar '17 12:40:30 PM jharrison3051
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* Used during the sixth season of ''Series/TheWalkingDead'' when Alexandria learns of a hostile group called the Saviors, rumored to be led by a man named Negan. They launch a covert attack on a compound the believe to be their headquarters and kill everyone inside, and later wonder if Negan was among them. Later episodes imply that Negan may not in fact be a singular person, but a CollectiveIdentity. The matter is left vague until the season finale, when Negan is revealed to be a [[BigBad very real person]].
3rd Mar '17 1:55:43 PM Nazetrime
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** One of the more noticeable pairs is, Emil's parents, due to him being Torbjörn's nephew.
** [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=292 Reynir's parents are very likely to have used the same genetical material donor(s) for all four of their older children]]. Whoever that person or pair of people is, Reynir owes them the existence of his siblings.

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** One of the more noticeable pairs is, is Emil's parents, due to him being Torbjörn's nephew.
** [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=292 Reynir's parents are very likely to have used the same genetical material donor(s) donor or pair of donors for all four of their older children]]. Whoever that person or pair of people is, Reynir owes them the existence of his siblings.
3rd Mar '17 1:53:21 PM Nazetrime
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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The members of the main and secondary casts are all descendants of characters that were shown in the DistantPrologue, that takes place ninety years earlier. As such, having the main characters exist at all required one or two generations of people simply being born, finding a mate, and having children of their. With the cast consisting of six different families taken together, this creates plentyof these. [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=629 A family tree published after Chapter 12 fills most of the gaps]].

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* ''Webcomic/StandStillStaySilent'': The members of the main and secondary casts are all descendants of characters that were shown in the DistantPrologue, that takes place ninety years earlier. As such, having the main characters exist at all required one or two generations of people simply being born, finding a mate, and having children of their. their own. With the cast consisting of six different families taken together, this creates plentyof plenty of these. [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=629 A family tree published after Chapter 12 fills most of the gaps]].



** In the story proper, Emil's parents, due to him being Torbjörn's nephew.
** [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=292 Reynir's parents are very likely to have used the same genetical material donor(s) for all four of their older children]]. Whoever that person is, Reynir owes them the existence of his siblings.

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** In One of the story proper, more noticeable pairs is, Emil's parents, due to him being Torbjörn's nephew.
** [[http://www.sssscomic.com/comic.php?page=292 Reynir's parents are very likely to have used the same genetical material donor(s) for all four of their older children]]. Whoever that person or pair of people is, Reynir owes them the existence of his siblings.siblings.
** Most adult prologue characters are either already married or have their future spouse appear in the same segment. The only exception to this is Árni Reynisson. Since he's the aforementioned Reynir's great-grandfather, him eventually meeting a woman and starting a family with her is a given.
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