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27th May '16 1:46:14 PM pointycatears
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** [[spoiler: The ending of the comic leaves a lot of unresolved plot points, and the fates of various characters are unknown. The sprites are the most notable example; the absence of them in the final animation could be justified due to the fact that the animation was being made long before most of these sprites were introduced, but only Nannasprite was seen in the panels between the end of Act 6 and Act 7, [[AlternateTimeline and there were supposed to be]] [[MesACrowd two of her]] - what happened to the other one? And then she herself disappeared in Act 7 as well. Many fans are hoping that the upcoming epilogue will answer most if not all of the questions the ending left unanswered, but it's unknown how long they will have to wait.

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** [[spoiler: The ending of the comic leaves a lot of unresolved plot points, and the fates of various characters are unknown. The sprites are the most notable example; the absence of them in the final animation could be justified due to the fact that the animation was being made long before most of these sprites were introduced, but only Nannasprite was seen in the panels between the end of Act 6 and Act 7, [[AlternateTimeline and there were supposed to be]] [[MesACrowd two of her]] - what happened to the other one? And then she herself disappeared in Act 7 as well. Many fans are hoping that the upcoming epilogue will answer most if not all of the questions the ending left unanswered, but it's unknown how long they will have to wait.]]
27th May '16 1:45:45 PM pointycatears
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** [[spoiler: The ending of the comic leaves a lot of unresolved plot points, and the fates of various characters are unknown. The sprites are the most notable example; the absence of them in the final animation could be justified due to the fact that the animation was being made long before most of these sprites were introduced, but only Nannasprite was seen in the panels between the end of Act 6 and Act 7, [[AlternateTimeline and there were supposed to be]] [[MesACrowd two of her]] - what happened to the other one? And then she herself disappeared in Act 7 as well. Many fans are hoping that the upcoming epilogue will answer most if not all of the questions the ending left unanswered, but it's unknown how long they will have to wait.
20th May '16 3:40:31 AM Aquillion
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[[folder:Real Life]]
* If you ever used to know somebody who went by the nickname of (or was actually ''named'') "Mouse," you are thinking of that person ''right now''.
* Anyone who spends time on a website with a community such as Website/DeviantArt, Website/{{Tumblr}}, or the like will know of at least a couple of users who either abandoned or deleted their account with absolutely no build-up or warning. Why did they stop posting and what became of them? Odds are you'll never know.
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7th May '16 8:54:53 AM Tron80
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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds. The implication that were he a bird, he would likely forget why getting them into the barn was important goes entirely unmentioned.

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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds. The implication that were he a bird, he would likely forget why getting them into the barn was important goes entirely unmentioned.
7th May '16 8:23:22 AM Tron80
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* ''Fanfic/TheSecondTry'': After [[spoiler:[[EldritchAbomination Lilith]] is destroyed and Gendo shoots himself in the head,]] it's never revealed what happened with [[spoiler:[[EldritchAbomination Adam]] being implanted in his hand.]] However, when he semi-wakes up from a coma during the last chapter, he notes that he can't feel his right arm. Hmmm...
2nd May '16 9:35:49 AM caffeinedelusions
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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds.

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* There's a pastor's story about a nice guy whose family went off to Christmas service without him. He wasn't a believer, because he doesn't get why God would become man. After his family leaves, some birds fly into his window in in the heavy snow, and he tries to herd them into his warm barn nearby. After being frustrated in his attempts, he muses that if he were a bird, he'd be able to get them to understand. Then the church bells happen to start ringing, and he sinks to his knees as the EurekaMoment washes over him. The story ends there, with no mention of what happened to the birds. The implication that were he a bird, he would likely forget why getting them into the barn was important goes entirely unmentioned.
2nd May '16 9:31:24 AM caffeinedelusions
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* Open up a mythology book. Chances are, if you're reading the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Perseus]] story, you'll know that Acrisius, King of Argos, simply had bad luck when it came to having children (or at least males), and learned through the Oracle of Delphi that while he wouldn't have any luck any time soon, his daughter, Danae, would have a child that would eventually kill him. After that, everyone knows that Acrisius stuck Danae in a box and put her in the ocean, where Zeus impregnates Danae in the form of a Golden Shower, thus leading to the creation of an important hero. You never hear about Acrisius again until a long time after, especially in your text. Depending on your version, he's more or less become something of a poor man, and happens to be visiting funeral games where Perseus also happens to be playing. As Acrisius sits in the stands, a stray discus launched by Perseus strikes an unsuspecting Acrisius in the head, [[PropheciesAreAlwaysRight thus fulfilling]] [[BrickJoke the prophecy that his son would kill him]]. The presence of Acrisius itself seems to combine this trope, BrickJoke, and some sort of Chekhov's Prophecy.

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* Open up a mythology book. Chances are, if you're reading the [[Myth/ClassicalMythology Perseus]] story, you'll know that Acrisius, King of Argos, simply had bad luck when it came to having children (or at least males), and learned through the Oracle of Delphi that while he wouldn't have any luck any time soon, his daughter, Danae, would have a child that would eventually kill him. After that, everyone knows that Acrisius stuck Danae in a box and put her in the ocean, where Zeus impregnates Danae in the form of a Golden Shower, thus leading to the creation of an important hero. You never hear about Acrisius again until a long time after, especially in your text. Depending on your version, he's more or less become something of a poor man, and happens to be visiting funeral games where Perseus also happens to be playing. As Acrisius sits in the stands, a stray discus launched by Perseus strikes an unsuspecting Acrisius in the head, [[PropheciesAreAlwaysRight thus fulfilling]] [[BrickJoke the prophecy that his son grandson would kill him]]. The presence of Acrisius itself seems to combine this trope, BrickJoke, and some sort of Chekhov's Prophecy.
1st May '16 9:45:56 AM Silverblade2
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* In [[http://www.surlalunefairytales.com/sixswans/index.html "The Six Swans,"]] a witch married to a king turns her six stepsons into swans. After six years, their sister manages to bring them back to normal and they all live happily ever after but the WickedStepmother never appears again and neither does the king who [[FridgeHorror doesn't know what his wife has done]].
28th Apr '16 6:30:29 AM perona
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** Despite the vague implications that were set up, the story surrounding what happened to Mituna to leave him brain-damaged may never be gotten, as Meenah wound up the only Pre-Scratch troll to be given a focal role in the finale. Granted, it may not be relevant to the big picture in the end, or maybe Hussie meant to address it at some point but got caught up with some hundred other plot threads or plain forgot.
13th Apr '16 2:57:25 PM WillKeaton
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* Emily from [[http://mortifer.smackjeeves.com Mortifer]]. Last appeared on [[http://mortifer.smackjeeves.com/comics/311189/chap17page25/ this]] page, and was promptly never seen again. This trope was barely averted however, when a fan drew a (spoileriffic) piece of [[http://xcoconutxpineapplex.deviantart.com/art/dead-mortifer-chara-fanarts-162717176 Fan Art]] {{Lampshad|eHanging}}ing it, which the author saw, stating that she had completely forgotten about the character and that she would try to find a way to bring her back into the story.

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* Emily from [[http://mortifer.smackjeeves.com Mortifer]]. Mortifer.]] Last appeared on [[http://mortifer.smackjeeves.com/comics/311189/chap17page25/ this]] page, and was promptly never seen again. This trope was barely averted however, when a fan drew a (spoileriffic) piece of [[http://xcoconutxpineapplex.deviantart.com/art/dead-mortifer-chara-fanarts-162717176 Fan Art]] {{Lampshad|eHanging}}ing it, which the author saw, stating that she had completely forgotten about the character and that she would try to find a way to bring her back into the story.



* For a long time it looked like [[spoiler:Haban and Breya Andreyasn]] in ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' were heading this way, [[spoiler:made more glaring and worrisome by [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-01-13 their last appearance]] ending on an ominous note, though the enemy AI [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-02-26 claimed they were not killed]]]]. But then six and a half years after disappearing, they got better.

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* For a long time it looked like [[spoiler:Haban and Breya Andreyasn]] in ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' were heading this way, [[spoiler:made more glaring and worrisome by [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-01-13 their last appearance]] ending on an ominous note, though the enemy AI [[http://www.schlockmercenary.com/2008-02-26 claimed they were not killed]]]]. killed.]]]] But then six and a half years after disappearing, they got better.
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