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29th Jun '16 12:31:52 AM smeezus
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': [[spoiler: While Lyanna Stark is revealed to be Jon Snow's mother, Rhaegar Targaryen is implied to be Jon's father. [[http://www.makinggameofthrones.com/production-diary/got-connections-ned-promise-tower-of-joy-infographic HBO's blog]] confirms Rhaegar is his father.
23rd Jun '16 3:34:07 PM milliewilliebo
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* Takahashi Yousuke, the man behind ''Manga/MononokeSoushi'', admits after a long time that the character Shao Tzu is a girl, but was planned to be a boy but as the character [[CharacterDevelopment grew]] all of sudden she became a girl.
19th Jun '16 3:11:58 PM milliewilliebo
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** [[spoiler:The other two are working their way into canon as of [[Anime/DigimonAdventureTri Tri.]], so there might be some changes to the ending as the fans wanted]].
16th Jun '16 4:31:12 PM nombretomado
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* Masaki Kajishima, the original creator of ''TenchiMuyo'' and the main writer for the ''Ryo-Oh-Ki'' {{OVA}}s (even called "Kajishima canon" in Japan), is very fond of releasing tie-in novels, factbooks, doujinshis and other infodumps, where he explains his [[TheVerse 'verse]] in more depth -- mainly because he couldn't readily obtain funding for the next series, but still has something to say. These infodumps are generally treated as canon by Japanese fans, but tend not to appear in the West. Basically, these are the things that Kajishima ''will'' make canon if/when the copyright holder (AIC) greenlights more [=OVAs=]. Until then, he's left in the unusual circumstance of essentially writing fanfic about his own anime.

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* Masaki Kajishima, the original creator of ''TenchiMuyo'' ''Anime/TenchiMuyo'' and the main writer for the ''Ryo-Oh-Ki'' {{OVA}}s (even called "Kajishima canon" in Japan), is very fond of releasing tie-in novels, factbooks, doujinshis and other infodumps, where he explains his [[TheVerse 'verse]] in more depth -- mainly because he couldn't readily obtain funding for the next series, but still has something to say. These infodumps are generally treated as canon by Japanese fans, but tend not to appear in the West. Basically, these are the things that Kajishima ''will'' make canon if/when the copyright holder (AIC) greenlights more [=OVAs=]. Until then, he's left in the unusual circumstance of essentially writing fanfic about his own anime.
9th Jun '16 4:59:59 PM nombretomado
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* Richard O'Brien has stated that it was actually Riff Raff, and not Dr. Frank N. Furter, who did most of the work on Rocky in ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''.

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* Richard O'Brien has stated that it was actually Riff Raff, and not Dr. Frank N. Furter, who did most of the work on Rocky in ''TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''.''Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow''.
6th Jun '16 9:40:53 AM Pseudoname
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* The developers of ''VideoGame/{{Evolve}}'' are quite involved on the forums, along with a [[https://talk.turtlerockstudios.com/groups/developers/posts handy way]] to filter out their posts. While a lot of that is in regards to gameplay, several pieces of information are only known due to their interaction. Of particular note is [[https://talk.turtlerockstudios.com/users/matthew/activity Matthew Colville]], the lead writer, who has revealed several key facts.
5th Jun '16 3:45:59 PM nombretomado
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* Creator of the tragically short lived PushingDaisies Bryan Fuller reveled how he envisioned the show ending in a TV Guide interview.

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* Creator of the tragically short lived PushingDaisies ''Series/PushingDaisies'' Bryan Fuller reveled how he envisioned the show ending in a TV Guide interview.
19th May '16 10:50:06 AM AsForMyHandle
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* {{Videogame/Undertale}} has brought a lot of shippers often trying to ship the character Sans with a variety of characters, the most popular of which is the character Toriel. Toby Fox would state on his twitter in a reaction to all of these ships that Sans is far too lazy to ever commit to any relationship. This has not stopped the shippers from putting Sans with almost every cast member.

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* {{Videogame/Undertale}} has brought a lot of shippers often trying to ship the character had fans debating whether Sans with a variety of characters, or Papyrus was the most popular of which is the character Toriel. Toby Fox older or younger brother. While their ages have been left ambiguous, Music/TobyFox [[https://twitter.com/FwugRadiation/status/641953302490578944 confirmed]] that Papyrus would state on his twitter call Sans ''aniki''[[note]]honorific to refer to one's elder brother[[/note]] in a reaction to all of these ships that Sans is far too lazy to ever commit to any relationship. This has not stopped the shippers from putting Sans with almost every cast member.Japanese translation.


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** ''VideoGame/{{Undertale}}'' has brought a lot of shippers often trying to ship the character Sans with a variety of characters, the most popular of which is the character Toriel. Toby Fox would state on his twitter in a reaction to all of these ships that Sans is far too lazy to ever commit to any relationship. This has not stopped the shippers from putting Sans with almost every cast member.
11th May '16 5:45:24 AM jormis29
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* The CCG ''[[TableTopGame/YuGiOh Yu-Gi-Oh]]'' game has what's known as "BKSS -- Because Konami Said So", a phenomenon where certain cards are given rulings that make no sense whatsoever, but are rendered iron-clad enforceable, because Konami -- the game's creator -- said that's how it went. At one point, UDE, the English ''Yu-Gi-Oh'' distributor, refused to administer a ruling on the card "Elemental Hero Rampart Blaster" that completely contradicted the card's text itself; when this discrepancy was pointed out to them, even Konami themselves admitted that the ruling was in error, yet still refused to change it.
* ''MagicTheGathering'' has a seasonally updated database that updates the wording of ''every'' card in the game, to the point that year-old cards already have official wordings that differ from what is printed on the cards. While these changes do not usually affect how the cards work, every so often the game is given a major overhaul that changes many things at once. Changes to timing rules with the advent of 6th Edition, the Grand Creature Type Update of 2007, and the changes to combat rules and terminology for Magic 2010 come to mind.

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* The CCG ''[[TableTopGame/YuGiOh Yu-Gi-Oh]]'' ''TableTopGame/YuGiOh'' game has what's known as "BKSS -- Because Konami Said So", a phenomenon where certain cards are given rulings that make no sense whatsoever, but are rendered iron-clad enforceable, because Konami -- the game's creator -- said that's how it went. At one point, UDE, the English ''Yu-Gi-Oh'' distributor, refused to administer a ruling on the card "Elemental Hero Rampart Blaster" that completely contradicted the card's text itself; when this discrepancy was pointed out to them, even Konami themselves admitted that the ruling was in error, yet still refused to change it.
* ''MagicTheGathering'' ''TabletopGame/MagicTheGathering'' has a seasonally updated database that updates the wording of ''every'' card in the game, to the point that year-old cards already have official wordings that differ from what is printed on the cards. While these changes do not usually affect how the cards work, every so often the game is given a major overhaul that changes many things at once. Changes to timing rules with the advent of 6th Edition, the Grand Creature Type Update of 2007, and the changes to combat rules and terminology for Magic 2010 come to mind.



* The writers for ''{{Exalted}}'' appear regularly on both the White Wolf forums and rpgnet and say a great deal...or, more often, offer a few tidbits for a forthcoming release while giggling and waving non-disclosure agreements. [[http://exalted.xi.co.nz/wiki/WriterQuotes Here]] and [[http://nobilis.me/quotes-exalted here]] are collections of said Words, the latter skewing more towards the current writing team.
* 2E ''MutantsAndMasterminds'' had [[http://www.atomicthinktank.com/viewforum.php?f=18 a forum]] for system developer Steve Kenson to answer the questions of the players although he often answered questions indicating that a particular ruling was only his opinion in his games.

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* The writers for ''{{Exalted}}'' ''TabletopGame/{{Exalted}}'' appear regularly on both the White Wolf forums and rpgnet and say a great deal...or, more often, offer a few tidbits for a forthcoming release while giggling and waving non-disclosure agreements. [[http://exalted.xi.co.nz/wiki/WriterQuotes Here]] and [[http://nobilis.me/quotes-exalted here]] are collections of said Words, the latter skewing more towards the current writing team.
* 2E ''MutantsAndMasterminds'' ''TabletopGame/MutantsAndMasterminds'' had [[http://www.atomicthinktank.com/viewforum.php?f=18 a forum]] for system developer Steve Kenson to answer the questions of the players although he often answered questions indicating that a particular ruling was only his opinion in his games.
8th May '16 5:46:57 PM nombretomado
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* The creators of ''HeyArnold!'' have purportedly stated that Helga's mother is an alcoholic, although they knew that saying so directly would never fly on Nickelodeon. Incidentally, they said in the same interview that Arnold's last name is [[spoiler:Shortman]].

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* The creators of ''HeyArnold!'' ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'' have purportedly stated that Helga's mother is an alcoholic, although they knew that saying so directly would never fly on Nickelodeon. Incidentally, they said in the same interview that Arnold's last name is [[spoiler:Shortman]].
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