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15th Aug '16 12:11:51 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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** In the first cutscene, Spartans are shown fighting in Chief's upgraded armor, not the weaker variants they wore in that time. It's implied that Halsey is imagining that scene, but she's never even seen Master Chief's new armor [[VideoGame/HaloReach and has shown distaste for personalized variants]].

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** In the first cutscene, Spartans are shown fighting in Chief's upgraded armor, not the weaker variants they wore in that time. It's implied that Halsey is imagining that scene, but she's never even seen Master Chief's new armor [[VideoGame/HaloReach and has shown distaste for personalized variants]]. Later, WordOfGod stated that Chief's new digs were actually based in appearance off an older Halsey-designed model.
3rd Aug '16 4:38:59 PM smalltime
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* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' five-parter "Island Adventures". After the Titans get stranded on a desserted island, Robin claims they can no longer use their powers just because they're stranded on a desserted island and thus can't just fly back home, even though they still use their powers several times.

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* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' five-parter "Island Adventures".Island Adventures five-parter. After the Titans get stranded on a desserted island, Robin claims they can no longer use their powers just because they're stranded on a desserted island and thus can't just fly back home, even though they still use their powers several times.
1st Aug '16 7:52:07 PM DavidTC
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* ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'': How do anthropomorphic turtles that hide in the sewers order pizza? Well, they order it by having it delivered to an address that does not exist, so the delivery person will end up in that spot between two buildings, hear a voice from a sewer grate, and pass the pizza box between the sewer grate while not paying attention to the oversized green, three fingered hand grabbing the box, or the turtle person which the hand belongs to, attempting to disguise themself with a fedora and [[ConspicuousTrenchcoat trenchcoat]]. Are the pizza deliverers really so okay with this to be doing it regularly without telling anyone else? And wouldn't they be more likely to be looking for the missing address on the other side of the street?

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* ''Film/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles'': How do anthropomorphic turtles that hide in the sewers order pizza? Well, they order it by having it delivered to an address that does not exist, so the delivery person will end up in that spot between two buildings, hear a voice from a sewer grate, and pass the pizza box between the sewer grate while not paying attention to the oversized green, three fingered hand grabbing the box, or the turtle person which the hand belongs to, attempting to disguise themself with a fedora and [[ConspicuousTrenchcoat trenchcoat]]. Are the pizza deliverers really so okay with this to be doing it regularly without telling anyone else? And wouldn't they be more likely to be looking for the missing address on the other side of the street?street? Wouldn't it just be easier to find an unused door in an alley (Such as an emergency exit of a non-open business), or an empty house, or something, direct the pizza guy there, and leave an envelope of money for him taped to it with the explanation they had to step out for a moment and to just leave the pizza there? It's weird, but it's not 'Hey, there are deformed people living in the sewers' insane like what they came up with.
1st Aug '16 4:49:09 PM smalltime
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* Parodied in the ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansGo'' five-parter "Island Adventures". After the Titans get stranded on a desserted island, Robin claims they can no longer use their powers just because they're stranded on a desserted island and thus can't just fly back home, even though they still use their powers several times.
18th Jul '16 3:31:57 AM Freezer
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* in ''[[Literature/TowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel Sickness"]] - chronically severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of being a Prime, the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges. But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.


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* in ''[[Literature/TowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel "Prime Travel Sickness"]] - chronically severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of [[BlessedWithSuck being a Prime, Prime]], the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] - who could teleport between worlds with no ill effects - caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges.proteges (Every other Prime that wasn't Raven). But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.

18th Jul '16 12:15:20 AM dbfnq
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** Even more blatantly, the [spoiler: parasite and the photosynthetic ability]] were inherited from a male character in an earlier game called The End...who dresses in a [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/metalgear/images/7/71/The_End.jpg camouflage suit]] that covers him from head to toe.

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** Even more blatantly, the [spoiler: [[spoiler: parasite and the photosynthetic ability]] were inherited from a male character in an earlier game called The End...who dresses in a [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/metalgear/images/7/71/The_End.jpg camouflage suit]] that covers him from head to toe.
18th Jul '16 12:12:37 AM dbfnq
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** Even more blatantly, the parasite and the photosynthetic ability was inherited from a male character in an earlier game called The End...who dresses in a [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/metalgear/images/7/71/The_End.jpg camouflage suit]] that covers him from head to toe.

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** Even more blatantly, the [spoiler: parasite and the photosynthetic ability was ability]] were inherited from a male character in an earlier game called The End...who dresses in a [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/metalgear/images/7/71/The_End.jpg camouflage suit]] that covers him from head to toe.
18th Jul '16 12:10:40 AM dbfnq
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** Even more blatantly, the parasite and the photosynthetic ability was inherited from a male character in an earlier game called The End...who dresses in a [[http://vignette2.wikia.nocookie.net/metalgear/images/7/71/The_End.jpg camouflage suit]] that covers him from head to toe.
13th Jul '16 2:56:39 AM Freezer
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* in ''[[Literature/TowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel Sickness"]] - terminally severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of being a Prime, the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges. But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.


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* in ''[[Literature/TowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel Sickness"]] - terminally chronically severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of being a Prime, the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges. But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.

13th Jul '16 2:55:44 AM Freezer
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* in ''[[Literature/TheTowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel Sickness"]] - terminally severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of being a Prime, the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges. But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.


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* in ''[[Literature/TheTowerAndTheHive ''[[Literature/TowerAndTheHive The Rowan]]'' It was assumed that [[BlessedWithSuck "Travel Sickness"]] - terminally severe vertigo caused by interplanetary teleportation - was simply part of being a Prime, the strongest level of psychic talent. The appearance of [[StrongButUnskilled wild talent]] [[TheAce Jeff Raven]] caused further investigation. It was uncovered that "Travel Sickness" was the result of Prime Siglen imprinting her own condition (an inner-ear defect that produced said severe vertigo) on her peers and proteges. But there was explicitly three centuries between ''The Rowan'' and its prequel ''Pegasus In Flight''. In that time period, either no Prime-level psychic talent attempted interplanetary travel via teleportation, or no one noticed that "Travel Sickness" wasn't a big deal until Siglen made it so. Both of which is equally unlikely.

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