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28th Jul '16 8:49:25 AM Willbyr
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* The Japanese version of ''SonicX'' used this a few times. There is a scene in "Super Sonic Appears" where it looks like Sonic is going to get killed. His robot servants ask him if Sonic will survive to which Eggman was meant to have stayed silent (in thought of whether he could actually kill Sonic or not) however the voice actor jokingly said (in Japanese of course): "Of course! No one ever dies in animes!" The other voice actors decided to just go along with the joke causing the scene below to accidentally get created; the show's makers found the scene so humorous that they ended up keeping it in.

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* The Japanese version of ''SonicX'' ''Anime/SonicX'' used this a few times. There is a scene in "Super Sonic Appears" where it looks like Sonic is going to get killed. His robot servants ask him if Sonic will survive to which Eggman was meant to have stayed silent (in thought of whether he could actually kill Sonic or not) however the voice actor jokingly said (in Japanese of course): "Of course! No one ever dies in animes!" The other voice actors decided to just go along with the joke causing the scene below to accidentally get created; the show's makers found the scene so humorous that they ended up keeping it in.
16th Jul '16 9:08:15 AM chickenpie999
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** There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
** Not even animation error, the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due the staff reading the numbering upside down.

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** There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], {{Robotech}}, the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
** Not even animation error, error; the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due Saga, logically, Armor-1 (ignoring the staff leading zero) but through reading the numbering upside down.down it also became Armor-10. However, ARMD-02 only became Armor-2 and not Armor-20. It should also be noted that the numbering is also on the port side of these ships, with the top of the digits facing the deck.
16th Jul '16 9:01:34 AM chickenpie999
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* ''SuperDimensionFortressMacross''
**There are animation errors in episode 32 of the anime where a VF-1A Valkyrie has its head misdrawn, when the episode was adapted into episode 32 of [[Robotech]], the incorrectly drawn VF-1A became a variant exclusive to Robotech called the VF-1R.
**Not even animation error, the numbering on the decks of the ARMD-class space carrier consistently have the top of the digits facing the direction fighters are supposed to take off. The ARMD-01 Space Carrier became two different ships in Robotech: The Macross Saga (Armor-01 and Armor-10) due the staff reading the numbering upside down.
21st Jun '16 5:12:04 PM nombretomado
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* According to ''TigerAndBunny'''s scriptwriter, Nishida Masafumi, Origami Cyclone's habitual photobombing tendencies were something that he suggested to the producers as a joke. He was surprised that they agreed with the idea.

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* According to ''TigerAndBunny'''s ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'''s scriptwriter, Nishida Masafumi, Origami Cyclone's habitual photobombing tendencies were something that he suggested to the producers as a joke. He was surprised that they agreed with the idea.
17th Jun '16 5:26:10 AM Nakayama90
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* The first of Creator/TakeshiShudo's [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation the novelizations]] for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, Team Rocket's line said every time they're defeated, 「やな感じ」 "ya na kanji," lit. "bad feeling," was ad-libbed by their Japanese voice actors.

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* The first of Creator/TakeshiShudo's [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation the novelizations]] for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, anime states that Team Rocket's line said every time they're defeated, 「やな感じ」 "ya na kanji," lit. "bad feeling," was ad-libbed by their Japanese voice actors.
16th Jun '16 7:06:17 PM Nakayama90
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* The first of Creator/TakeshiShudo's [[LightNovel/PocketMonstersTheAnimation the novelizations]] for the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, Team Rocket's line said every time they're defeated, 「やな感じ」 "ya na kanji," lit. "bad feeling," was ad-libbed by their Japanese voice actors.
1st Jun '16 8:52:08 AM Willbyr
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** Shinji has no dialogue after [[spoiler: Kaworu's death]] in the third ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie because his voice actress, Creator/MegumiOgata, was too distraught to continue recording her lines. The director thought it worked, so he kept Shinji in a [[HeroicBSOD grief-induced borderline coma]] for the rest of the film.

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** Shinji has no dialogue after [[spoiler: Kaworu's [[spoiler:Kaworu's death]] in the third ''Anime/RebuildOfEvangelion'' movie because his voice actress, Creator/MegumiOgata, was too distraught to continue recording her lines. The director thought it worked, so he kept Shinji in a [[HeroicBSOD grief-induced borderline coma]] for the rest of the film.
1st Jun '16 8:51:38 AM Willbyr
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* In ''InazumaEleven GO'', Creator/HirofumiNojima ad-libbed a {{Kiai}} as Kurumada, which sounded something like "shupoh!" It has since more or less become Kurumada's trademark exclamation.

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* In ''InazumaEleven ''VideoGame/InazumaEleven GO'', Creator/HirofumiNojima ad-libbed a {{Kiai}} as Kurumada, which sounded something like "shupoh!" It has since more or less become Kurumada's trademark exclamation.
31st Mar '16 5:53:10 PM niotpoda
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25th Mar '16 6:27:31 PM Doug86
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* On a whim, the artist of ''BusouRenkin'' decided to add a butterfly mask to the BigBad of the first arc. This turns out to be fairly significant, as he is a recurring character, and the butterfly motif drives most of his personality.

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* On a whim, the artist of ''BusouRenkin'' ''Manga/BusouRenkin'' decided to add a butterfly mask to the BigBad of the first arc. This turns out to be fairly significant, as he is a recurring character, and the butterfly motif drives most of his personality.
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