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8th Dec '17 6:45:43 AM BeerBaron
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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', the two main writers of in-game books of Ted Peterson (who was also lead designer of the first game and lead producer of the second) and Michael Kirkbride, sometimes post new lore on the forums. While not officially canonical (since most of it isn't in the games themselves), it is seen as such by some fans. A collection of the works can be [[http://www.imperial-library.info/obscure_text/ found here]].

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* In ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'', ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has this in the two main writers form of in-game books of Ted Peterson (who was also lead designer "Obscure Texts", [[AllThereInTheManual supplementary items]] written by the series' [[WordOfGod developers]] and [[WordOfDante former developers]]. They're essentially [[LooseCanon treated as canonical]] by most of the first game and lead producer fanbase (or at least the equivalent of the second) and series' famous in-universe UnreliableCanon), but Bethesda has no official stance either way. Most prolific is former developer Michael Kirkbride, sometimes post new who still does some freelance work for the series. Most of what he writes about are the more obscure aspects of universe's cosmology which don't get expanded on in the games, as well as lore on figures the forums. While not games never touch upon or that Bethesda is simply finished with (like Vivec). However, since some of them either might be subsequently quoted or used as a [[{{Mythopoeia}} mythopoeic]] basis for the games, the line between WordOfGod and WordOfSaintPaul is blurred concerning his writings. As of ''[[Franchise/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]'', some of the concepts in his works have been officially canonical (since most referenced in game (the idea of it isn't in the games themselves), it is seen as such by "[[ViciousCycle kalpas]]," [[LongDeadBadass Ysgramor]] and his [[BadassArmy 500 companions]], and some fans.of the motivations of the [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Thalmor]]), moving them to CanonImmigrant status. A collection of the works can be [[http://www.imperial-library.info/obscure_text/ found here]].
5th Dec '17 9:38:00 PM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries. Even the date (April 23) typically celebrated as his birthday is only an educated guess based on baptismal records.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the what scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself him or his contemporaries. Even the date (April 23) typically celebrated as his birthday is only an educated guess based on baptismal records.
5th Dec '17 12:40:24 PM RGZReGZ
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** Even BEFORE St. Paul, the Gospel is according to his apostles or even Apostle's disciples.
5th Dec '17 11:04:35 AM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries. Even the date (April 23) typically celebrated as his birthday is only an educated guess based on baptismal records.
5th Dec '17 11:02:27 AM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This (This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, plays made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. from.) Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries.
5th Dec '17 9:35:55 AM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from more recent scholars reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from [[WordOfDante more recent scholars scholars]] reading between the lines of his texts and the scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he left behind, rather than from the actual testimony of himself or his contemporaries.
5th Dec '17 9:14:07 AM ZSF
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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. And his supposed bisexuality comes from scholars who have studied his works and is not supported by historical evidence. However, the idea that he smoked pot? That one comes from them finding pipes with the residue in his yard, which sounds like the stoner version of a redneck with beer cans in his yard.

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* Creator/WilliamShakespeare existed before the notion of "Writer/Playwright as Celebrity" and as such we know very little about his own ideas of theatre and which were the definitive versions. The earlier extant edition, the First Folio, was published by actors who knew him and contains an introduction by Ben Jonson, a fellow great playwright and friend who affirms that Shakespeare knew little Latin and Greek and that the famous illustration on the chapbook is a good likeness. This would have been fine if bootleg copies of Shakespeare's plays, made by rival theater companies didn't exist and didn't contain variations to choose from. And his supposed bisexuality comes Aside from that, virtually any subsequent inferences about his sexuality, personal relationships, lifestyle habits, or viewpoints have come from more recent scholars who have studied reading between the lines of his works texts and is not supported by historical evidence. However, the idea that scant the documentary/archaeological evidence he smoked pot? That one comes left behind, rather than from them finding pipes with the residue in actual testimony of himself or his yard, which sounds like the stoner version of a redneck with beer cans in his yard.contemporaries.
2nd Dec '17 1:17:08 AM ZhaneX24
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* During an [[https://twitter.com/nacatfan/status/879391041274523648 interview]] for ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' in which [[WordOfGod Yō Yoshinari]] clarified the relationship between Akko Kagari and Andrew Hanbridge as being a [[JustFriends "Playful Guy-Guy"]] one, Akko's voice actress ''Creator/MegumiHan'' chimed in that [[TeacherStudentRomance Ursula]] or [[FoeYay Diana]] would be more appropriate if they decided to do a [[LesYay romantic development]].

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* During an [[https://twitter.com/nacatfan/status/879391041274523648 interview]] for ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' in which [[WordOfGod Yō Yoshinari]] clarified the relationship between Akko Kagari and Andrew Hanbridge as being a [[JustFriends "Playful Guy-Guy"]] one, Akko's voice actress ''Creator/MegumiHan'' Creator/MegumiHan chimed in that [[TeacherStudentRomance Ursula]] or [[FoeYay Diana]] would be more appropriate if they decided to do a [[LesYay romantic development]].
2nd Dec '17 1:16:23 AM ZhaneX24
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* During an [[https://twitter.com/nacatfan/status/879391041274523648 interview]] for ''Anime/LittleWitchAcademia'' in which [[WordOfGod Yō Yoshinari]] clarified the relationship between Akko Kagari and Andrew Hanbridge as being a [[JustFriends "Playful Guy-Guy"]] one, Akko's voice actress ''Creator/MegumiHan'' chimed in that [[TeacherStudentRomance Ursula]] or [[FoeYay Diana]] would be more appropriate if they decided to do a [[LesYay romantic development]].
22nd Nov '17 7:36:29 PM PaulA
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** This got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").
** The idea might have reached the screen had Marc Platt's "Lungbarrow" been made as a TV story. Script editor Andrew Cartmel and his writers wanted to inject some mystery back into the Doctor, the so-called "Cartmel Masterplan", and "Lungbarrow", as part of this, would have taken the Doctor back to Gallifrey to confront his family and reveal his mysterious connection to a shadowy figure from the founding of Time Lord society. However, John Nathan-Turner felt it revealed too much about the Doctor too soon, and Platt reworked it into the TV story "Ghost Light", subsequently incorporating much of the Masterplan into his New Adventures, ''Time's Crucible'' and ''Lungbarrow''.

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** This got to a point during the seventies to nineties where some of the TV series' writers were pushing, effectively, for a viewpoint saying the Doctor had ''never'' had sex, despite the existence of his granddaughter Susan (which they got around by saying she'd been adopted). This never got on screen, but it did find its way into the Expanded Universe (e.g. Marc Platt's Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures novel ''Cat's ''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresCatsCradleTimesCrucible Cat's Cradle: Time's Crucible'', Crucible]]'', which fed into the rest of the line, or Eric Saward's short story "Birth of a Renegade").
** The idea might have reached the screen had Marc Platt's "Lungbarrow" been made as a TV story. Script editor Andrew Cartmel and his writers wanted to inject some mystery back into the Doctor, the so-called "Cartmel Masterplan", and "Lungbarrow", as part of this, would have taken the Doctor back to Gallifrey to confront his family and reveal his mysterious connection to a shadowy figure from the founding of Time Lord society. However, John Nathan-Turner felt it revealed too much about the Doctor too soon, and Platt reworked it into the TV story "Ghost Light", subsequently incorporating much of the Masterplan into his New Adventures, ''Time's Crucible'' and ''Lungbarrow''.''[[Recap/DoctorWhoNewAdventuresLungbarrow Lungbarrow]]''.
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