History PlayingWith / TropeName

18th Sep '15 7:29:09 AM TheWhistleTropes
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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out the trope as it's occurring.

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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out calls attention the trope as it's occurring.occurring, then carries on.


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* '''Untwisted''': The trope is expected to be subverted, but isn't.
* '''Unparodied''': The trope is expected to be parodied, but isn't.
10th Jan '15 6:04:56 PM MyTimingIsOff
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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': A normally unintentional trope is used quite intentionally.
29th Nov '14 12:17:11 PM Marios2
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12th Sep '14 10:56:00 AM VPhantom
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* '''Conversed''':

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* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a ShowWithinAShow.
12th Sep '14 10:55:15 AM VPhantom
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* '''Averted''': The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a situation where it would be possible.

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* '''Averted''': '''Justified''': The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be has a situation where it would be possible.logical InUniverse explanation.



* '''Justified''': The trope has a logical InUniverse explanation.

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* '''Justified''': '''Averted''': The trope has is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a logical InUniverse explanation.situation where it would be possible.



* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen.
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a ShowWithinAShow.



* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen.
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* '''For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
* '''For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.


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* '''Played For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
* '''Played For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.
12th Sep '14 10:41:02 AM TrickyTroper
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* '''Justified''': The trope has a logical InUniverse explanation.

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* '''Justified''': '''Averted''': The trope has is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a logical InUniverse explanation.situation where it would be possible.



* '''Gender Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.

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* '''Gender Inverted''': '''Gender-Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.



* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is Played With several times over, [[MindScrew Mind Screwed]], or simply "played with".
* '''Averted''': The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a situation where it would be possible.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is Played With several times over, [[MindScrew Mind Screwed]], or simply "played with".
with" in another way.
* '''Averted''': '''Justified''': The trope is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be has a situation where it would be possible.logical InUniverse explanation.



* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out that the trope will be used and/or the ridiculousness of the trope being used in the current situation.

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* '''Lampshaded''': A GenreSavvy character points out that the trope will be used and/or the ridiculousness of as it's occurring.
* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about
the trope being used in a situation where it is likely to happen.
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about
the current situation.trope in a ShowWithinAShow.



* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen (but it doesn't).
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a ShowWithinAShow.
* '''Implied''': The trope isn't shown, but the audience is indirectly led to believe that it happened off-screen.

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* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen (but it doesn't).
* '''Conversed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a ShowWithinAShow.
* '''Implied''': The trope isn't shown, but the audience is indirectly led to believe that it happened off-screen. off-screen.
* '''For Laughs''': The trope is played straight in a comedic way.
* '''For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.



* '''Reconstructed''': The trope is played straight, but with the problems brought up by the Deconstruction dealt with or addressed.

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* '''Reconstructed''': The trope is played straight, but with the problems brought up by the Deconstruction {{deconstruction}} dealt with or addressed.



* '''Played For Laughs''': The trope is played in a comedic way (but is not necessarily Parodied).
* '''Played For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.
* '''Untwisted''': A Subversion is ''expected'', but the trope is played straight instead.
8th Aug '14 12:59:39 PM doubleyouteeeff
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* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be Played Straight, but isn't.

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* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be Played Straight, played straight, but isn't.



* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The normally unintentional trope is used quite intentionally.

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* '''Plotted A Good Waste''': The A normally unintentional trope is used quite intentionally.



* '''Untwisted''': A Subversion is ''expected'', but the trope is Played Straight instead.

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* '''Untwisted''': A Subversion is ''expected'', but the trope is Played Straight played straight instead.
18th Nov '13 8:28:44 PM TrickyTroper
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* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be played Straight, but isn't.

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* '''Gender Inverted''': A gender-specific trope is used on the opposite gender.
* '''Subverted''': The trope is expected to be played Played Straight, but isn't.



* '''Averted''': Neither the trope nor the situation in which it would be expected to occur is ever brought up.

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* '''Averted''': Neither the The trope nor the is not used, implied, or mentioned at all, and there may or may not be a situation in which where it would be expected to occur is ever brought up.possible.


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* '''Untwisted''': A Subversion is ''expected'', but the trope is Played Straight instead.
8th Nov '13 9:22:03 PM TrickyTroper
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* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is Played With several times over.

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* '''Zig Zagged''': The trope is Played With several times over.over, [[MindScrew Mind Screwed]], or simply "played with".



* '''Exploited''': A GenreSavvy character takes advantage of the fact that the trope will occur, possibly -- but not necessarily -- Invoking it in the process.

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* '''Exploited''': A GenreSavvy character takes advantage of a trope, or the fact that the trope will occur, possibly -- but not necessarily -- Invoking it in the process.



* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen.

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* '''Discussed''': GenreSavvy characters talk about the trope in a situation where it is likely to happen.happen (but it doesn't).



* '''Played For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic way.

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* '''Played For Drama''': The trope is played in a melodramatic or serious way.
27th Sep '13 12:27:03 PM VPhantom
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