History PlayingWith / AscendedExtra

20th Jun '14 10:17:32 PM TrickyTroper
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* '''Zig Zagged''': ???

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* '''Zig Zagged''': ???There are several adaptations, in which the sizes of the characters' roles vary. Only AliceAndBob are major characters in all adaptations.
11th May '14 8:38:14 AM TrickyTroper
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* '''Justified''': ???

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* '''Justified''': ???The adaptation is set three years after the original show. In that time, Alice and Bob have become closer to Charlie.



** The adaptation is [[AdaptationExpansion longer than the original]] so the creators expanded on his sub plot to fill up time.

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** The adaptation is [[AdaptationExpansion longer than the original]] so the creators expanded on his sub plot subplot to fill up time.



* '''Played For Laughs''': Charlie was somewhat of a CloudCuckoolander in the original show. In the adaptation, he is even more of one due to {{Flanderization}}. This, combined with his increased screen time, makes for a much more humorous adaptation.
* '''Played For Drama''': Charlie [[KilledOffForReal dies]] in the final episode of the adaptation. Because he's a major character, his death is more dramatic than it would have been in the original.



%%* '''Played For Laughs''': ???
%%* '''Played For Drama''': ???
10th May '14 2:15:33 PM TrickyTroper
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* '''Parodied''': The adaptation of ''Alice and Bob'' has a random rock on the ground take over as the protagonist.

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* '''Parodied''': The In the adaptation of ''Alice and Bob'' has Bob'', a random rock on the ground take takes over as the protagonist.



* '''Averted''': No character is any more or less important than in the original.
* '''Enforced''':

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* '''Averted''': No character is any more or less All characters are just as important than in the original.
adaptation as in the original.
* '''Enforced''': '''Enforced''':
10th May '14 2:14:13 PM TrickyTroper
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* '''Downplayed''': Charlie's scenes have somewhat more importance in the adaptation then the original.

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* '''Downplayed''': Charlie's scenes have somewhat more importance in the adaptation then than the original.



** The adaptation is [[AdaptationExpansion longer then the original]] so the creators expanded on his sub plot to fill up time.
** The adaptation is [[CompressedAdaptation shorter then the original]], so Charlie's subplot takes up more time.

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** The adaptation is [[AdaptationExpansion longer then than the original]] so the creators expanded on his sub plot to fill up time.
** The adaptation is [[CompressedAdaptation shorter then than the original]], so Charlie's subplot takes up more time.



%%* '''Deconstructed''': ???
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???



%%* '''Played For Drama''': ???

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%%* '''Played For Drama''': ???
%%* '''Deconstructed''': ???
%%* '''Reconstructed''':
???
10th May '14 2:12:06 PM TrickyTroper
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'''Basic Trope''': A minor character got an important role in adaptations, expansion or sequel.
* '''Straight''': In the original ''Alice and Bob'' Charlie was a casual friend of the titles characters, but in an adaptation becomes an extremely close friend to them
* '''Exaggerated''': In the original version Charlie was only a casual acquaintance who received occasional mentions, in the adaptation he becomes on of the most important character [[SpotlightStealingSquad possibly more then]] Alice and Bob themselves.
* '''Downplayed''': Charlie scenes have somewhat more importance in the adaptation then the original.

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'''Basic Trope''': A minor character got gets an important role in adaptations, expansion or sequel.
* '''Straight''': In the original ''Alice and Bob'' Bob'', Charlie was a casual friend of the titles characters, but in title characters. In an adaptation adaptation, he becomes an extremely close friend to them
their best friend.
* '''Exaggerated''': In the original version version, Charlie was only a casual acquaintance who [[TheGhost received occasional mentions, in mentions but was never seen]]. In the adaptation adaptation, he becomes on one of the most important character characters, [[SpotlightStealingSquad possibly more then]] Alice and Bob important than]] AliceAndBob themselves.
* '''Downplayed''': Charlie Charlie's scenes have somewhat more importance in the adaptation then the original.



* '''Inverted''': DemotedToExtra
* '''Subverted''': Charlie looks like he'll have a bigger role, then he gets pushed back to his original role.

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* '''Inverted''': DemotedToExtra
Diane is [[DemotedToExtra a major character in the original, but only a minor one in the adaptation]].
* '''Subverted''': Charlie looks like he'll have a bigger role, role in the adaptation, then he gets pushed back to his original role.



* '''Averted''': Charlie appears no more then the original.

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* '''Averted''': Charlie appears no No character is any more then or less important than in the original.



* '''Lampshaded''': ???
* '''Invoked''': ???

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* '''Lampshaded''': ???
"The new ''Alice and Bob''. Now with 30% more Charlie scenes!"
* '''Invoked''': ???AliceAndBob decide to spend more time with Charlie.



* '''Defied''': ???

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* '''Defied''': ???'''Defied''':
** AliceAndBob refuse to be friends with Charlie.
** [[PutOnABus Charlie moves away.]]
1st May '14 8:14:04 PM VPhantom
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* '''Deconstructed''': ???
* '''Reconstructed''': ???


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%%* '''Deconstructed''': ???
%%* '''Reconstructed''': ???
1st May '14 5:12:58 PM randomtroper89
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* '''Straight''':
** Alice first appear as shopkeeper in DatingSim ''Lovely Trope'' without any impact to plot. In ''[[UpdatedRerelease Lovely Trope: Harem Edition]]'', she become datable, with new CG, theme song and full voice acting dialogue.
** In ''Troper Quest 1'', Bob is a castle guard who [[FlatCharacter does nothing beyond chit-chat with player]] and [[RedShirt got beaten together with other guards by antagonists]]. In ''Troper Quest 2'', he becomes an important character with a series of quests providing his CharacterDevelopment.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** In ''Lovely Trope'', Alice never appears in the game and only has her name mentioned during single event. She's datable character in ''Harem Edition'', with subplot exclusive for her route, new CG, theme song, full voice acting dialogue and a prominently featured picture on the box cover.
** In ''Troper Quest 1'', Bob is a NoNameGiven castle guard who does nothing except sleeping on his post. He become TheHero in ''Troper Quest 2''.
* '''Downplayed''':
** In ''Troper Quest 2'' Bob has an important scene but is still not a major character.
** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him, {{one scene|Wonder}} extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra.
* '''Justified''':
** Alice and Bob are {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}s.
** The character was added as an EarlyBirdCameo; his/her/its expanded role in the sequel was always part of the developers' plan.
* '''Inverted''': DemotedToExtra, ChuckCunninghamSyndrome
* '''Subverted''': Players never actually see Alice in ''Lovely Trope''. Since everything about her character was add in ''Harem Edition'', Alice is more of a new character with same name.
* '''Double Subverted''': [[AllThereInTheManual The artbook of ''Lovely Trope'']] reveal that Alice's character was already established during early stage of game development, they just never added it to game until ''Harem Edition''.
* '''Parodied''': ''Troper Quest 2'' has "that rock on doorstep of a certain NPC" as PlayerCharacter.

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* '''Straight''':
** Alice first appear as shopkeeper in DatingSim ''Lovely Trope'' without any impact to plot.
'''Straight''': In ''[[UpdatedRerelease Lovely Trope: Harem Edition]]'', she become datable, with new CG, theme song the original ''Alice and full voice acting dialogue.
**
Bob'' Charlie was a casual friend of the titles characters, but in an adaptation becomes an extremely close friend to them
* '''Exaggerated''':
In ''Troper Quest 1'', Bob is the original version Charlie was only a castle guard casual acquaintance who [[FlatCharacter does nothing beyond chit-chat with player]] and [[RedShirt got beaten together with other guards by antagonists]]. In ''Troper Quest 2'', received occasional mentions, in the adaptation he becomes an on of the most important character with a series of quests providing his CharacterDevelopment.
* '''Exaggerated''':
** In ''Lovely Trope'', Alice never appears in the game and only has her name mentioned during single event. She's datable character in ''Harem Edition'', with subplot exclusive for her route, new CG, theme song, full voice acting dialogue and a prominently featured picture on the box cover.
** In ''Troper Quest 1'', Bob is a NoNameGiven castle guard who does nothing except sleeping on his post. He become TheHero in ''Troper Quest 2''.
* '''Downplayed''':
** In ''Troper Quest 2'' Bob has an important scene but is still not a major character.
** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him, {{one scene|Wonder}} extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra.
* '''Justified''':
**
[[SpotlightStealingSquad possibly more then]] Alice and Bob are {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}s.
** The character was added as an EarlyBirdCameo; his/her/its expanded role
themselves.
* '''Downplayed''': Charlie scenes have somewhat more importance
in the sequel was always part of adaptation then the developers' plan.
original.
* '''Justified''': ???
* '''Inverted''': DemotedToExtra, ChuckCunninghamSyndrome
DemotedToExtra
* '''Subverted''': Players never actually see Alice in ''Lovely Trope''. Since everything about her character was add in ''Harem Edition'', Alice is more of Charlie looks like he'll have a new character with same name.
bigger role, then he gets pushed back to his original role.
* '''Double Subverted''': [[AllThereInTheManual The artbook of ''Lovely Trope'']] reveal that Alice's character was already established during early stage of game development, they just never added But he quickly gets it to game until ''Harem Edition''.
back.
* '''Parodied''': ''Troper Quest 2'' The adaptation of ''Alice and Bob'' has "that a random rock on doorstep of a certain NPC" the ground take over as PlayerCharacter.the protagonist.



* '''Averted''': Alice doesn't appear in ''Harem Edition'' at all.
* '''Enforced''': See 'Justified'.
* '''Lampshaded''': "You're now a royal guard!? Why did they promote someone who did nothing but sleep on his post!?"

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* '''Averted''': Alice doesn't appear in ''Harem Edition'' at all.
Charlie appears no more then the original.
* '''Enforced''': See 'Justified'.
'''Enforced''':
** Charlie was [[EnsembleDarkhorse quite popular with the fans]].
** The adaptation is [[AdaptationExpansion longer then the original]] so the creators expanded on his sub plot to fill up time.
** The adaptation is [[CompressedAdaptation shorter then the original]], so Charlie's subplot takes up more time.
* '''Lampshaded''': "You're now a royal guard!? Why did they promote someone who did nothing but sleep on his post!?"???



* '''Exploited''': The sequel cashes in on Alice and Bob's unexpected popularity by making them main characters.

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* '''Exploited''': The sequel cashes in on Alice and Bob's unexpected popularity by making them main characters.???



* '''Discussed''':
** "I never thought you could date the shopkeeper in the update version. She's just minor character in the first game."
** Some minor [=NPCs=] that you talk to have [[BreakingTheFourthWall fourth-wall breaking]] dialogue where they ask Alice or Bob how they can become major characters too.
* '''Conversed''': ???
* '''Deconstructed''': While Alice has a considerable fanbase as a "cute shopkeeper" with little background, her addition in ''Harem Edition'' is badly received. As result, Alice become TheScrappy and the remaining fanbase [[FanDiscontinuity ignore ''Harem Edition'' altogether]].
* '''Reconstructed''': While the fandom upset with Alice personality in ''Harem Edition'' at first, they end up love her even more thank to all CharacterDevelopment. The fandom even grow larger since people who ignore her FlatCharacter like her as well.

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* '''Discussed''':
** "I never thought
'''Discussed''': "Charlie is you could date the shopkeeper in the update version. She's just minor character in the first game.guys' best friend? I really didn't know he was that close."
** Some minor [=NPCs=] * '''Conversed''':
-->"Who is this Charlie guy? Was he in the book?"\\
"Yeah, but he was not
that you talk to have [[BreakingTheFourthWall fourth-wall breaking]] dialogue where they ask Alice or Bob how they can become major characters too.
* '''Conversed''': ???
big of a character?"
* '''Deconstructed''': While Alice has a considerable fanbase as a "cute shopkeeper" with little background, her addition in ''Harem Edition'' is badly received. As result, Alice become TheScrappy and the remaining fanbase [[FanDiscontinuity ignore ''Harem Edition'' altogether]].
???
* '''Reconstructed''': While the fandom upset with Alice personality in ''Harem Edition'' at first, they end up love her even more thank to all CharacterDevelopment. The fandom even grow larger since people who ignore her FlatCharacter like her as well.???
7th Apr '13 6:09:10 PM VPhantom
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* '''Downplayed''': In ''Troper Quest 2'' Bob has an important scene but is still not a major character.
** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him, [[OneSceneWonder one-scene]] extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra.

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* '''Downplayed''': '''Downplayed''':
**
In ''Troper Quest 2'' Bob has an important scene but is still not a major character.
** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him, [[OneSceneWonder one-scene]] {{one scene|Wonder}} extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra.
7th Apr '13 5:20:13 PM Tangerineandpuce
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** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra

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** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him blink-or-you'll-miss-him, [[OneSceneWonder one-scene]] extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra RecurringExtra.
7th Apr '13 5:19:31 PM Tangerineandpuce
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** Bob, a blink-or-you'll-miss-him extra becomes so popular in the fanbase, that he's promoted to a RecurringExtra



* '''Enforced''': See Justified.

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* '''Enforced''': See Justified.'Justified'.
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