History ShipToShipCombat / LiveActionTV

9th Aug '17 9:10:06 AM KamenRiderKrypton
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** ''[[WhamEpisode iOMG]]'' saw the war continue into 2011 and after the Seddie storyline was indecisive with neither a ShipSinking or them becoming an OfficialCouple it has continued into 2012. For a show which started airing in 2007. Not even the finale of the series could stop the war. Sure, Carly goes out of her way to plant a big romantic kiss on Freddie, which he celebrates. But just prior to that event, Freddie had made a joke about 'wanting to get back together' with Sam. Then the [[DanSchneider creator]] put in a FlipFlopofGod onto his blog about the ending, leaving Creddie fans trying to explain why you wouldn't just romantically kiss someone on the lips to say goodbye, while the Seddie fans cling to the creators explanation about it being a 'goodbye kiss' and hope that Freddie wasn't joking about wanting Sam back.

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** ''[[WhamEpisode iOMG]]'' saw the war continue into 2011 and after the Seddie storyline was indecisive with neither a ShipSinking or them becoming an OfficialCouple it has continued into 2012. For a show which started airing in 2007. Not even the finale of the series could stop the war. Sure, Carly goes out of her way to plant a big romantic kiss on Freddie, which he celebrates. But just prior to that event, Freddie had made a joke about 'wanting to get back together' with Sam. Then the [[DanSchneider creator]] put in a FlipFlopofGod FlipFlopOfGod onto his blog about the ending, leaving Creddie fans trying to explain why you wouldn't just romantically kiss someone on the lips to say goodbye, while the Seddie fans cling to the creators explanation about it being a 'goodbye kiss' and hope that Freddie wasn't joking about wanting Sam back.
8th Aug '17 1:09:15 PM narm00
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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' final seasons had Ross/Rachel versus Joey/Rachel with Ross and Rachel fans citing the nine years of history between them, and Joey and Rachel fans arguing their personalities were more compatible. Most fans just rolled their eyes, tired of Rachel's [[{{RomanticPlotTumour}} romantic entaglements]]. There are still arguments today but they're pretty mild considering Ross/Rachel were end game (as most fans expected) and the Joey/Rachel relationship faded into non-existence. There's also (pretty civil) debate about whether Phoebe should have choson Mike, David or Joey.

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* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' ''Series/{{Friends}}''' final seasons had Ross/Rachel versus Joey/Rachel with Ross and Rachel fans citing the nine years of history between them, and Joey and Rachel fans arguing their personalities were more compatible. Most fans just rolled their eyes, tired of Rachel's [[{{RomanticPlotTumour}} romantic entaglements]]. There are still arguments today but they're pretty mild considering Ross/Rachel were end game (as most fans expected) and the Joey/Rachel relationship faded into non-existence. There's also (pretty civil) debate about whether Phoebe should have choson Mike, David or Joey.



* With the advent of its seventh season, ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'' fandom has entered into a shipping war that is slowly but surely gaining momentum. In an interesting case of [[IncestYayShipping]] by both sides, the Jonsa (JonSnowxSansaStark) shippers have come into direct conflict with the Jonerys (JonSnowxDaenerysTargaryen) shippers. The Jonsa fans were invigorated by the chemistry between Jon and Sansa in the sixth season, but have since lost their marbles now that Jon has finally met Daenerys (a long desired fan wish) and appears taken aback by her. Doesn't help that the source material for the show has long hinted at the two being a [[{{RedStringOfFate}} fated duo]].

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* With the advent of its seventh season, ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'' fandom has entered into a shipping war that is slowly but surely gaining momentum. In an interesting case of [[IncestYayShipping]] IncestYayShipping by both sides, the Jonsa (JonSnowxSansaStark) (Jon Snow/Sansa Stark) shippers have come into direct conflict with the Jonerys (JonSnowxDaenerysTargaryen) (Jon Snow/Daenerys Targaryen) shippers. The Jonsa fans were invigorated by the chemistry between Jon and Sansa in the sixth season, but have since lost their marbles now that Jon has finally met Daenerys (a long desired fan wish) and appears taken aback by her. Doesn't help that the source material for the show has long hinted at the two being a [[{{RedStringOfFate}} fated duo]].



** Of course, there are all of the people who think that the Doctor is {{asexual}}, never mind that there was an one shot LoveInterest as early as in the episode "The Aztecs" in first season ever back in 1963 and the Third Doctor showed undisguised (if unrequited) interest in Jo Grant in the early 1970s. There have also been a few arguments between fans of Nine/Rose and Ten/Rose (and yes, even Eleven/Rose). Daleks? Aim for the eyestalk. Sontarans? Back of the neck. Shippers? Run. Just run.

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** Of course, there are all of the people who think that the Doctor is {{asexual}}, never mind that there was an a one shot LoveInterest as early as in the episode "The Aztecs" in first season ever back in 1963 and the Third Doctor showed undisguised (if unrequited) interest in Jo Grant in the early 1970s. There have also been a few arguments between fans of Nine/Rose and Ten/Rose (and yes, even Eleven/Rose). Daleks? Aim for the eyestalk. Sontarans? Back of the neck. Shippers? Run. Just run.



** After Ianto was [[spoiler: KilledOffForReal]] in Series 3 ("Children of Earth"), many who felt he and Jack were the OTP of the series didn't take kindly to Jack romancing other men in Series 4 (complete with sex scenes, something not shown between Jack and Ianto during their romance).

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** After Ianto was [[spoiler: KilledOffForReal]] in Series 3 ("Children ([[Series/TorchwoodChildrenOfEarth "Children of Earth"), Earth"]]), many who felt he and Jack were the OTP of the series didn't take kindly to Jack romancing other men in Series 4 (complete with sex scenes, something not shown between Jack and Ianto during their romance).



*** However, looks like the Jason/Kimberly shippers come out in full force again when the teaser for ''Film/PowerRangers2017'' came out which showed them kissing.

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*** However, looks like the Jason/Kimberly shippers come came out in full force again when the teaser for ''Film/PowerRangers2017'' came out which showed them kissing.



** A shipper war is beginning to brew between those who ship Damon/Bonnie (Bamon) and Kai/Bonnie (BonKai)

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** A shipper war is beginning to brew between those who ship Damon/Bonnie (Bamon) and Kai/Bonnie (BonKai)([=BonKai=])



** The finale may be considered a TakeThat to those who kept hanging on to Lee/Starbuck pairing after Season 3. To summarise: [[spoiler: Starbuck and Anders both AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence to be TogetherInDeath. Lee Adama will live out the rest of his life on [[CrapsackWorld pre-historic Earth]]]].

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** The finale may be considered a TakeThat to those who kept hanging on to the Lee/Starbuck pairing after Season 3. To summarise: [[spoiler: Starbuck and Anders both AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence to be TogetherInDeath. Lee Adama will live out the rest of his life on [[CrapsackWorld pre-historic Earth]]]].



** Similarly, ''Series/{{Glee}}'' has a war between Finchel and Klaine despite the fact that both work together. It's not a fair fight considering thst B outnumbers A at least 3 to 1 and isn't even Rachel's biggest fanbase

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** Similarly, ''Series/{{Glee}}'' has a war between Finchel and Klaine despite the fact that both work together. It's not a fair fight considering thst that B outnumbers A at least 3 to 1 and isn't even Rachel's biggest fanbasefanbase.



* Things got a bit hairy within the fandom of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' once the John / Cameron ship's popularity became more prevailant. Some fans found the idea of John Connor, the man who smashed Skynet being a {{Robosexual}} to be inherently [[{{Squick}} squicky]]. Detractors would latch on to whatever alternatives they could find, as long as they weren't [[FantasticSlurs metal]]. First it was John/[[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Cheri]], then it was John/[[TheMole Riley]], finally John/[[MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe Allison]] before the series was [[CliffHanger abruptly canceled]]. You even had some who clung to the idea that [[CanonForeigner Kate Brewster]] would eventually show up and re-establish ''Film/{{Terminator 3|RiseOfTheMachines}}'''s OfficialCouple, despite the fact that in TSCC's contnuity John would be a bit young for her (due to TimeTravel).

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* Things got a bit hairy within the fandom of ''Series/TerminatorTheSarahConnorChronicles'' once the John / Cameron John/Cameron ship's popularity became more prevailant.prevalent. Some fans found the idea of John Connor, the man who smashed Skynet being a {{Robosexual}} to be inherently [[{{Squick}} squicky]]. Detractors would latch on to whatever alternatives they could find, as long as they weren't [[FantasticSlurs metal]]. First it was John/[[ChuckCunninghamSyndrome Cheri]], then it was John/[[TheMole Riley]], finally John/[[MySiblingWillLiveThroughMe Allison]] before the series was [[CliffHanger abruptly canceled]]. You even had some who clung to the idea that [[CanonForeigner Kate Brewster]] would eventually show up and re-establish ''Film/{{Terminator 3|RiseOfTheMachines}}'''s OfficialCouple, despite the fact that in TSCC's contnuity John would be a bit young for her (due to TimeTravel).



* ''{{Tinsel}}'': Team Kwame vs. Team Soji over Telema Duke. The fandom can get quite vicious at times with Team Soji fans labelling Team Kwame fans liars and Team Kwame fans calling their rivals wimps.

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* ''{{Tinsel}}'': ''Series/{{Tinsel}}'': Team Kwame vs. Team Soji over Telema Duke. The fandom can get quite vicious at times with Team Soji fans labelling Team Kwame fans liars and Team Kwame fans calling their rivals wimps.



* In-universe example occurs in ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode [[Recap/CommunityS1E25PascalsTriangleRevisited Pascal's Triangle Revisited]] between "Team Britta" and "Team Slater". Out of universe, Jeff/Slater had almost no support, while Jeff/Britta didn't really have much more. The most popular ship by miles was Jeff/Annie, with the (distant) second place being Annie/Abed.

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* In-universe An in-universe example occurs in ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode [[Recap/CommunityS1E25PascalsTriangleRevisited Pascal's Triangle Revisited]] between "Team Britta" and "Team Slater". Out of universe, Jeff/Slater had almost no support, while Jeff/Britta didn't really have much more. The most popular ship by miles was Jeff/Annie, with the (distant) second place being Annie/Abed.



* ''AsTheWorldTurns'' has the Luke/Noah shippers vs. Luke Reid shippers. Mention the Nuke's borderline DestructiveRomance or Reid's DrJerk persona and you'll be brutally attacked. [[DieForOurShip It doesn't end well for Reid.]]

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* ''AsTheWorldTurns'' ''Series/AsTheWorldTurns'' has the Luke/Noah shippers vs. Luke Reid Luke/Reid shippers. Mention the Nuke's borderline DestructiveRomance or Reid's DrJerk persona and you'll be brutally attacked. [[DieForOurShip It doesn't end well for Reid.]]



* In the ''Series/{{Hollyoaks}}'' fandom, there is the Stendan VS Stug war which raged on to disturbing levels, where even side ships that didn't take place (Bruglas shippers) got attacked. Now that Stendan won, but Brendan has gone off to prison for the foreseeable and Stug has been pronounced dead (regardless of being married still), the Stendan shippers have turned their hate to anything Doug related, which is his new pairing with John Paul, which sees the end of McDean and who knows when this will end.
* PrettyLittleLiars has two. Aria/Ezra vs Aria/Jason and Emily/Paige vs Emily/Alison (there used to be a third faction of Emily/Maya, but that died off when Maya did). The latter can get really heated.
* In the ''Gilligan's Island'' fandom, as mentioned in the main page's quote, there's ''severe'' rivalry over who Mary Ann belongs with--Gilligan or the Professor. With Ginger, there isn't as much--Mary Ann/Gilligan shippers often favor Professor/Ginger, while Mary Ann/Professor ones may opt for Ginger/Skipper or Ginger/Gilligan.

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* In the ''Series/{{Hollyoaks}}'' fandom, there is the Stendan VS Stug war which raged on to disturbing levels, where even side ships that didn't take place (Bruglas shippers) got attacked. Now that Stendan won, but Brendan has gone off to prison for the foreseeable and Stug has been pronounced dead (regardless of being married still), the Stendan shippers have turned their hate to anything Doug related, which is his new pairing with John Paul, which sees the end of McDean [=McDean=] and who knows when this will end.
* PrettyLittleLiars ''Series.PrettyLittleLiars'' has two. Aria/Ezra vs Aria/Jason and Emily/Paige vs Emily/Alison (there used to be a third faction of Emily/Maya, but that died off when Maya did). The latter can get really heated.
* In the ''Gilligan's Island'' ''Series/GilligansIsland'' fandom, as mentioned in the main page's quote, there's ''severe'' rivalry over who Mary Ann belongs with--Gilligan or the Professor. With Ginger, there isn't as much--Mary Ann/Gilligan shippers often favor Professor/Ginger, while Mary Ann/Professor ones may opt for Ginger/Skipper or Ginger/Gilligan.



* The ''Series/OnceUponATime'' fandom rocks this trope with the love life of poor Emma Swan. Though Emma herself is most concerned with her son, the fandom battles bloodily over whether she'll end up with [[BelligerentSexualTension Hook]], [[FirstGuyWins Neal]], or [[LesYay Regina]], particularly for the first two. Shippers will go as far as to try and ''boycott'' an episode heavily featuring a rival ship or harassing the writer's twitter if the show doesn't go in the direction they'd like, which has gotten even worse now that the Hook/Emma romance has gotten more media attention than the Neal/Emma romance ever did. Its gotten to the point that practically every third post on any given ship's tag on Tumblr is just telling everyone to calm the fuck down.

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* The ''Series/OnceUponATime'' fandom rocks this trope with the love life of poor Emma Swan. Though Emma herself is most concerned with her son, the fandom battles bloodily over whether she'll end up with [[BelligerentSexualTension Hook]], [[FirstGuyWins Neal]], or [[LesYay Regina]], particularly for the first two. Shippers will go as far as to try and ''boycott'' an episode heavily featuring a rival ship or harassing the writer's twitter if the show doesn't go in the direction they'd like, which has gotten even worse now that the Hook/Emma romance has gotten more media attention than the Neal/Emma romance ever did. Its It's gotten to the point that practically every third post on any given ship's tag on Tumblr is just telling everyone to calm the fuck down.



* If you are a fan of ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'' who believed that, in the second season, Joy and Fabian were a better pairing than Nina and Fabian were, you would not last long before getting flamed. This ship-war started at the end of the first season, when Joy wasn't even a main character and had not even done anything yet, which Nina/Fabian shippers would often ignore and paint her as a bad guy anyways. The Nina/Fabian shippers had Canon on their side, and argued that Nina and Fabian had always liked each other, that the pairing was too popular to be sunk (season 3 events non withstanding) and pointed that everything Joy was doing ruined her chances. On the other side, Joy/Fabian shippers claimed that Nina was abusive and Joy would have been nicer to Fabian in the long run, that Joy and Fabian were best friends before the events of Season One, and that they had better chemistry. Things seemed to have calmed down in the third season, however, just to make way for a new (but less vicious) war between the Patricia/Eddie shippers and the KT/Eddie shippers, which lost some steam on the KT/Eddie side when it became obvious that Eddie still liked Patricia and KT was not going to try and do anything that would hurt Patricia.

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* If you are a fan of ''Series/HouseOfAnubis'' who believed that, in the second season, Joy and Fabian were a better pairing than Nina and Fabian were, you would not last long before getting flamed. This ship-war started at the end of the first season, when Joy wasn't even a main character and had not even done anything yet, which Nina/Fabian shippers would often ignore and paint her as a bad guy anyways. The Nina/Fabian shippers had Canon on their side, and argued that Nina and Fabian had always liked each other, that the pairing was too popular to be sunk (season 3 events non withstanding) notwithstanding) and pointed out that everything Joy was doing ruined her chances. On the other side, Joy/Fabian shippers claimed that Nina was abusive and Joy would have been nicer to Fabian in the long run, that Joy and Fabian were best friends before the events of Season One, and that they had better chemistry. Things seemed to have calmed down in the third season, however, just to make way for a new (but less vicious) war between the Patricia/Eddie shippers and the KT/Eddie shippers, which lost some steam on the KT/Eddie side when it became obvious that Eddie still liked Patricia and KT was not going to try and do anything that would hurt Patricia.



* This sprang up in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' with the finale. If you were a fan who believed that, in the series finale, [[spoiler: that Ted deserved to get back together with Robin after the death of the mother]], you would not last long before getting flamed by both Ted/[[spoiler: Tracy(AKA the Mother) and Robin/Barney]] shippers, [[spoiler: both of which were sunk in the finale]]. The latter argue that their pairings had better chemistry, had more canon support, [[spoiler: and were genuinely much more developed, and that the show itself railed against a relationship between Ted and Robin for 9 STRAIGHT YEARS, and as such undos the CharacterDevelopment and key themes for the entire series, and ended up inferring that Ted never loved Tracy at all]][[note]]this has actually gotten to the point where diehard Robin/Barney shippers have accused one of the creators of the show of ''misogyny'' and inability to move on from his own [[UnfortunateImplications childhood men's fantasies]], through there isn't any evidence to either of this[[/note]]. The former argues that [[spoiler: Ted needed to move on after mourning Tracy's death for 6 years, that the final scene never inferred he didnít love Tracy, and that [[TrueArtIsAngsty that the Ted/Tracy and Robin/Barney shippers wanted a naive and happy sugar-coated unambiguous Disney Ending that goes against the Show's Themes]]]]. Giving the reaction to the finale, take a guess which side is the most predominant in the fandom[[note]]and the predominant side actually ended up winning in the long run considering the nature of the official alternate ending[[/note]].

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* This sprang up in ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' with the finale. If you were a fan who believed that, in the series finale, [[spoiler: that Ted deserved to get back together with Robin after the death of the mother]], you would not last long before getting flamed by both Ted/[[spoiler: Tracy(AKA Ted/[[spoiler:Tracy(AKA the Mother) and Robin/Barney]] shippers, [[spoiler: both of which were sunk in the finale]]. The latter argue that their pairings had better chemistry, had more canon support, [[spoiler: and were genuinely much more developed, and that the show itself railed against a relationship between Ted and Robin for 9 STRAIGHT YEARS, and as such undos the CharacterDevelopment and key themes for the entire series, and ended up inferring that Ted never loved Tracy at all]][[note]]this has actually gotten to the point where diehard Robin/Barney shippers have accused one of the creators of the show of ''misogyny'' and inability to move on from his own [[UnfortunateImplications childhood men's fantasies]], through there isn't any evidence to either of this[[/note]]. The former argues that [[spoiler: Ted needed to move on after mourning Tracy's death for 6 years, that the final scene never inferred he didnít love Tracy, and that [[TrueArtIsAngsty that the Ted/Tracy and Robin/Barney shippers wanted a naive and happy sugar-coated unambiguous Disney Ending that goes against the Show's Themes]]]]. Giving Given the reaction to the finale, take a guess which side is the most predominant in the fandom[[note]]and the predominant side actually ended up winning in the long run considering the nature of the official alternate ending[[/note]].



* Things got really ugly really quickly on shipper front when it comes to Series/SleepyHollow, and haven't gotten any better by the third season. Ichabod/Abbie shippers don't want to even hear the word 'platonic', and if you dare to bring up Katrina, or any other woman in Ichabod's life (past ''or'' present)...
* Things are getting ''real'' ugly between the Bellarke shippers and Clexa shippers in the ''Series/{{The100}}'' fandom. Bellamy/Clarke is the canon ship in the novel, but Clarke/Lexa is the canon ship in the television show. To add even more to this mess, Clarke and Lexa are both girls. This means the opponents (usually "Bellarkers") gets accursed of homophobia.

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* Things got really ugly really quickly on the shipper front when it comes came to Series/SleepyHollow, and haven't gotten didn't get any better by the third season. Ichabod/Abbie shippers don't want to even hear the word 'platonic', and if you dare to bring up Katrina, or any other woman in Ichabod's life (past ''or'' present)...
* Things are getting ''real'' ugly between the Bellarke shippers and Clexa shippers in the ''Series/{{The100}}'' ''Series/The100'' fandom. Bellamy/Clarke is the canon ship in the novel, but Clarke/Lexa is the canon ship in the television show. To add even more to this mess, Clarke and Lexa are both girls. This means the opponents (usually "Bellarkers") gets accursed of homophobia.



** [[LesYay Betty]]/[[BiTheWay Veronica]] is more popular than ever, encouraged by the pair kissing in the pilot, having a very close, supportive relationship, and Veronica spends a good chunk of the first two episodes trying to get Betty to like and trust her.[[note]]Though [[WordOfDante their actresses]] have stated that they will not be a couple.[[/note]] However, some more zealous shippers will accuse those who don't ship Betty/Veronica of homophobia, despite both girls showing interest in/dating boys.

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** [[LesYay Betty]]/[[BiTheWay Veronica]] is more popular than ever, encouraged by the pair kissing in the pilot, having a very close, supportive relationship, and Veronica spends spending a good chunk of the first two episodes trying to get Betty to like and trust her.[[note]]Though [[WordOfDante their actresses]] have stated that they will not be a couple.[[/note]] However, some more zealous shippers will accuse those who don't ship Betty/Veronica of homophobia, despite both girls showing interest in/dating boys.



* Many fans of ''Series/{{Victoria}}'' fall into either Camp Vicbourne - the MayDecemberRomance / IntergenerationalFriendship bordering on romance between Queen Victoria and Lord Melbourne, or Camp Vicbert, the romance/marriage of Victoria and Prince Albert. What makes this one unusual is the fact it's connected to a biographical TV series based on real events, so Vicbourne has always been [[DoomedByCanon doomed by history]] but that didn't stop some fans from actually circulating an online petition begging the makers of the show to ''change history'' and give Vicbourne a happy ending.

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* Many fans of ''Series/{{Victoria}}'' fall into either Camp Vicbourne - the MayDecemberRomance / IntergenerationalFriendship bordering on romance between Queen Victoria and Lord Melbourne, Melbourne - or Camp Vicbert, the romance/marriage of Victoria and Prince Albert. What makes this one unusual is the fact it's connected to a biographical TV series based on real events, so Vicbourne has always been [[DoomedByCanon doomed by history]] but that didn't stop some fans from actually circulating an online petition begging the makers of the show to ''change history'' and give Vicbourne a happy ending.
7th Aug '17 10:58:38 AM Blacksight
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* With the advent of its seventh season, ''Series/{{Game of Thrones}}'' fandom has entered into a shipping war that is slowly but surely gaining momentum. In an interesting case of [[IncestYayShipping]] by both sides, the Jonsa (JonSnowxSansaStark) shippers have come into direct conflict with the Jonerys (JonSnowxDaenerysTargaryen) shippers. The Jonsa fans were invigorated by the chemistry between Jon and Sansa in the sixth season, but have since lost their marbles now that Jon has finally met Daenerys (a long desired fan wish) and appears taken aback by her. Doesn't help that the source material for the show has long hinted at the two being a [[{{RedStringOfFate}} fated duo]].
14th Jun '17 12:17:19 AM Discar
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* In-universe example occurs in ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode [[Recap/CommunityS1E25PascalsTriangleRevisited Pascal's Triangle Revisited]] between "Team Britta" and "Team Slater".

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* In-universe example occurs in ''Series/{{Community}}'' episode [[Recap/CommunityS1E25PascalsTriangleRevisited Pascal's Triangle Revisited]] between "Team Britta" and "Team Slater". Out of universe, Jeff/Slater had almost no support, while Jeff/Britta didn't really have much more. The most popular ship by miles was Jeff/Annie, with the (distant) second place being Annie/Abed.
26th May '17 2:27:22 PM Watermist
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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellarkers, who are prone to attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers.

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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellarkers, who are prone to attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the actors... and the show writers.
26th May '17 8:18:41 AM xomareen
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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really help that the actors for the most part ship either Becho or Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").

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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, Bellarkers, who has been relentlessly are prone to attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really help that the actors for the most part ship either Becho or Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").writers.
25th May '17 8:28:07 PM Watermist
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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really help that the actors for the most part ship Becho/Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").

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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really help that the actors for the most part ship Becho/Braven, either Becho or Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").
25th May '17 8:27:08 PM Watermist
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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really helped that the actors for the most part ship Becho/Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").

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*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really helped help that the actors for the most part ship Becho/Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").
25th May '17 8:26:02 PM Watermist
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** And now a new war is erupting between the "Bellarkers" and the "Braven" (Bellamy x Raven) and "Becho" (Bellamy x Echo) camps.

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** And now a new war is erupting between the "Bellarkers" and the "Braven" (Bellamy x Raven) (Bellamy/Raven) and "Becho" (Bellamy x Echo) (Bellamy/Echo) camps.
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** And now a new war is erupting between the "Bellarkers" and the "Braven" (Bellamy x Raven) and "Becho" (Bellamy x Echo) camps.
*** Put simply, the Braven and Becho camps are fine with each other; they're just more preoccupied with the Bellakers, who has been relentlessly attacking them... and the character Echo (Raven gets spared)... and the show writers... ''and'' the actors themselves (it didn't really helped that the actors for the most part ship Becho/Braven, ''and'' the actress who plays Clarke has flat-out called Bellarke "shit").
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