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29th Oct '16 1:21:47 AM Morgenthaler
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29th Oct '16 1:19:04 AM Morgenthaler
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** His friend Creator/NeilGaiman elaborated on this in ''Literature/AnansiBoys'':

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** * His friend Creator/NeilGaiman elaborated on this in ''Literature/AnansiBoys'':



* Effectively averted (so far) in George RR Martin's ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' - there will often be two or more viewpoint characters sharing a few scenes ([[JustifiedTrope particularly at major gatherings like weddings and tournaments]]), but characters wander away from one another just as often as they meet up, and there hasn't yet been a single gathering of all (or even most) if the main characters.
** Didn't the opening chapters of ''Game of Thrones'' have pretty much every POV character (in that book) except Dany in Winterfell?
*** Justified, since they were all related by blood or marriage to Eddard Stark or Robert Baratheon, who in turn were old friends and fought together during Robert's ascension. Also, a fair portion (Jon, Bran, Arya, Sansa) are still children and would be expected to be living with their parents. While they might all have been conspicuously in the same place, at least there are reasons for it.

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* Effectively averted (so far) in George RR R.R. Martin's ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'':
** Usually averted
- there will often be two or more viewpoint characters sharing a few scenes ([[JustifiedTrope particularly at major gatherings like weddings and tournaments]]), but characters wander away from one another just as often as they meet up, and there hasn't yet been a single gathering of all (or even most) if the main characters.
** Didn't the The opening chapters of ''Game of Thrones'' have pretty much every POV character (in that book) except Dany in Winterfell?
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Winterfell. Justified, since they were all related by blood or marriage to Eddard Stark or Robert Baratheon, who in turn were old friends and fought together during Robert's ascension. Also, a fair portion (Jon, Bran, Arya, Sansa) are still children and would be expected to be living with their parents. While they might all have been conspicuously in the same place, at least there are reasons for it.
29th Oct '16 1:15:03 AM Morgenthaler
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* Effectively averted (so far) in George RR Martin's ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' - there will often be two or more viewpoint characters sharing a few scenes ([[JustifiedTrope particularly at major gatherings like weddings and tournaments]]), but characters wander away from one another just as often as they meet up, and there hasn't yet been a single gathering of all (or even most) if the main characters.

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* Effectively averted (so far) in George RR Martin's ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' - there will often be two or more viewpoint characters sharing a few scenes ([[JustifiedTrope particularly at major gatherings like weddings and tournaments]]), but characters wander away from one another just as often as they meet up, and there hasn't yet been a single gathering of all (or even most) if the main characters.
15th Sep '16 1:40:24 AM PaulA
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%%* Some of the characters in the ''[[EndersGame Ender]]'' series

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%%* Some of the characters in the ''[[EndersGame ''[[Literature/EndersGame Ender]]'' series
10th Aug '16 7:54:23 PM Willbyr
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* The cast of ''Manga/GetBackers'' is an assortment of freelancers who retrieve things, transport things, find things out, etc. for a living, plus some of their friends and enemies. Most storylines involve the GetBackers themselves, Ban and Ginji, taking a job and coincidentally running into at least two other main characters (fellow retriever Shido, information-seeker Kazuki, transporters Himiko and Akabane), plus any other sidekick, friend or associate that might accompany them (third transporter Maguruma, Kazuki's friends Juubei and Toshiki, Shido's friend Emishi). The vast majority of these characters have met at least once, on a particularly dangerous job to retrieve a component of a nuclear bomb or the job to rescue Shido's girlfriend. Maybe half of them are former members of Ginji's street gang, Volts, and all of the main six, plus current New Volts leader Makubex, have some kind of link to the series' MythArc.

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* The cast of ''Manga/GetBackers'' is an assortment of freelancers who retrieve things, transport things, find things out, etc. for a living, plus some of their friends and enemies. Most storylines involve the GetBackers [=GetBackers=] themselves, Ban and Ginji, taking a job and coincidentally running into at least two other main characters (fellow retriever Shido, information-seeker Kazuki, transporters Himiko and Akabane), plus any other sidekick, friend or associate that might accompany them (third transporter Maguruma, Kazuki's friends Juubei and Toshiki, Shido's friend Emishi). The vast majority of these characters have met at least once, on a particularly dangerous job to retrieve a component of a nuclear bomb or the job to rescue Shido's girlfriend. Maybe half of them are former members of Ginji's street gang, Volts, and all of the main six, plus current New Volts leader Makubex, have some kind of link to the series' MythArc.
22nd Feb '16 9:43:01 PM jormis29
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%%* This is one of the defining motifs of ''HeavyRain''.

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%%* This is one of the defining motifs of ''HeavyRain''.''VideoGame/HeavyRain''.
19th Feb '16 11:19:04 AM 32_Footsteps
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* Turns up in a big way in ''Manga/FruitsBasket''. At first, it seems that Tohru's dealings with the Sohma clan happen when it's discovered that she's a squatter on Shigure's property. However, it later comes out that Tohru was cheered up by Yuki when they were little, and he gave her a baseball cap that used to belong to Kyo, who had befriended Kyoko, Tohru's mother, and who heard her dying words. Oh, and the car that hit Kyoko was driven by the father of Komaki, who was dating Manabe, who became Yuki's friend on the student council. The circumstances behind all these chance meetings echoes heavily into the present plot.
17th Feb '16 12:33:45 PM SomeoneElse17
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2nd Feb '16 4:05:25 AM Adept
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* ''HotelDuskRoom215'': Every single person checked into the hotel has SOME connection to Kyle's search for Bradley. Every. Last. One. Well, Room 215 ''is'' called the wish room...

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* ''HotelDuskRoom215'': ''VisualNovel/HotelDuskRoom215'': Every single person checked into the hotel has SOME connection to Kyle's search for Bradley. Every. Last. One. Well, Room 215 ''is'' called the wish room...
20th Jan '16 7:41:46 AM Willbyr
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%%* The entire cast of ''DragonBall'' is as tight as any close family could be.

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%%* The entire cast of ''DragonBall'' ''Manga/DragonBall'' is as tight as any close family could be.



* The cast of ''GetBackers'' is an assortment of freelancers who retrieve things, transport things, find things out, etc. for a living, plus some of their friends and enemies. Most storylines involve the GetBackers themselves, Ban and Ginji, taking a job and coincidentally running into at least two other main characters (fellow retriever Shido, information-seeker Kazuki, transporters Himiko and Akabane), plus any other sidekick, friend or associate that might accompany them (third transporter Maguruma, Kazuki's friends Juubei and Toshiki, Shido's friend Emishi). The vast majority of these characters have met at least once, on a particularly dangerous job to retrieve a component of a nuclear bomb or the job to rescue Shido's girlfriend. Maybe half of them are former members of Ginji's street gang, Volts, and all of the main six, plus current New Volts leader Makubex, have some kind of link to the series' MythArc.

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* The cast of ''GetBackers'' ''Manga/GetBackers'' is an assortment of freelancers who retrieve things, transport things, find things out, etc. for a living, plus some of their friends and enemies. Most storylines involve the GetBackers themselves, Ban and Ginji, taking a job and coincidentally running into at least two other main characters (fellow retriever Shido, information-seeker Kazuki, transporters Himiko and Akabane), plus any other sidekick, friend or associate that might accompany them (third transporter Maguruma, Kazuki's friends Juubei and Toshiki, Shido's friend Emishi). The vast majority of these characters have met at least once, on a particularly dangerous job to retrieve a component of a nuclear bomb or the job to rescue Shido's girlfriend. Maybe half of them are former members of Ginji's street gang, Volts, and all of the main six, plus current New Volts leader Makubex, have some kind of link to the series' MythArc.



* ''Main/{{Record of Lodoss War}}'''s prequel manga, "Lady of Pharis", features a bunch of the NPC veteran heroes, such as the Holy King Fahn, the Sage Wort, and the Dark Emperor Beld, as PC protagonists rather than the movers and shakers they eventually would become. While they do form the iconic party referenced in the anime and manga The Six Heroes at the end of the story, much of the story features the characters grouping together for specific conflicts, then breaking up and doing their own things. While some have tighter bonds, Wort and Beld, for example, are old companions, while Fahn and Flauss both serve the God of Light Pharis/Falis (translation differences), the only time the ENTIRE group is all functioning together as one party is at the very end, when these six heroes are the only survivors of the 100 heroes that took on the Labyrinth of the Demon King. Heck, series antagonist Karla doesn't even actively join the group until the final battle at the Labyrinth, though Wort had been watching her movements throughout the story, and yet she claims to be one of the "protagonists" of that conflict when she resurfaces as a villain in the anime and manga.

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* ''Main/{{Record of Lodoss War}}'''s ''Roleplay/RecordOfLodossWar'''s prequel manga, "Lady of Pharis", features a bunch of the NPC veteran heroes, such as the Holy King Fahn, the Sage Wort, and the Dark Emperor Beld, as PC protagonists rather than the movers and shakers they eventually would become. While they do form the iconic party referenced in the anime and manga The Six Heroes at the end of the story, much of the story features the characters grouping together for specific conflicts, then breaking up and doing their own things. While some have tighter bonds, Wort and Beld, for example, are old companions, while Fahn and Flauss both serve the God of Light Pharis/Falis (translation differences), the only time the ENTIRE group is all functioning together as one party is at the very end, when these six heroes are the only survivors of the 100 heroes that took on the Labyrinth of the Demon King. Heck, series antagonist Karla doesn't even actively join the group until the final battle at the Labyrinth, though Wort had been watching her movements throughout the story, and yet she claims to be one of the "protagonists" of that conflict when she resurfaces as a villain in the anime and manga.
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