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** The plot of episode 6, a New Story episode, is heavily based on a major real-life misunderstanding that caused a spike in paranoia and was never properly resolved. It was originally set for episode 3 before a decision was made to delay this plot and swap it with a focus on [[EveryoneMeetsEveryone character entourage building]]; see Too Soon below.

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** The plot of episode 6, a New Story episode, is heavily based on a major real-life misunderstanding that caused a spike in paranoia and was never properly resolved. It was originally set for episode 3 before a decision was made to delay this plot and swap it with a focus on [[EveryoneMeetsEveryone character entourage building]]; see Too Soon in Opposed! trivia below.



* TooSoon:
** The content of Opposed! episode 3 was moved into episode 6, essentially delaying what happens in it until later; it drew influences from a very unfortunate misunderstanding in spring 2017 that was never properly resolved. As a result, the events of episode 6, which centered on characters coming together and forming entourages, were swapped back into episode 3.
** The ''Opposed!'' series as a whole was delayed partially due to this.


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* TooSoon:
** The content of Opposed! episode 3 was moved into episode 6, essentially delaying what happens in it until later; it drew influences from a very unfortunate misunderstanding in spring 2017 that was never properly resolved. As a result, the events of episode 6, which centered on characters coming together and forming entourages, were swapped back into episode 3.
** The ''Opposed!'' series as a whole was delayed partially due to this.
** The Fugitive's backstory surrounding [[spoiler:suicide and death in general]] is also a factor in this remake's delay; a VisualNovel released in fall 2017 that is "not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed" has since gained popularity....
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** Op/Res had quick story events that are not as elaborate as the ones in following episodes.

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** Op/Res had quick story events that are were not as elaborate as the ones in following episodes.



** The fugitive's manner of speaking in Op/Res 1 and saying he "was willing to appreciate ''characters''" instead of "people" was due to this. The mention, however, is relayed as something he ([[AlterEgoActing or Jack]]) said "a long time ago". This has been fixed in the remake.

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** The fugitive's manner of speaking in Op/Res 1 and saying he "was willing to appreciate ''characters''" instead of "people" was due to this. The mention, however, is relayed as something he ([[AlterEgoActing or Jack]]) said "a long time ago". This script has been fixed in the remake.



** The video versions of episodes 2 through 3 of Op/Res were horribly delayed. leading to Heavy's "Cold anticipation" statement.
** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels slipped into this.

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** The video versions of episodes 2 through 3 of Op/Res were horribly extremely delayed. leading to Heavy's "Cold anticipation" statement.
** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels slipped into this.started getting delays before getting cancelled altogether.



** Otherwise, it is {{enforced|Trope}} by MMD community rules, so virtually no blood is seen on any characters, especially those who are rendered with that program and composited (and thus cannot be sprayed with blood). This is to offset the frequent gunplay.

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** Otherwise, it is {{enforced|Trope}} by MMD community rules, so virtually rules that must have content toned down to prevent 18+ material from being made. Virtually no blood is seen on any characters, especially those who are rendered with that program and composited (and thus cannot be sprayed with blood). This is to offset the frequent gunplay.



* ChristmasEpisode: The blog post "[=ResMov=] on Christmas 2016", complete with ''Op/Res''[='=]s OnceASeason thing of Spy giving a wrapped-up Sapper to someone. It's LooseCanon, so whether the post is in ''Opposed!'' continuity or original ''Op/Res'' continuity is unclear.

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* ChristmasEpisode: ChristmasEpisode:
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The blog post "[=ResMov=] on Christmas 2016", complete with ''Op/Res''[='=]s OnceASeason thing of Spy giving a wrapped-up Sapper to someone. It's LooseCanon, so whether the post is in ''Opposed!'' continuity or original ''Op/Res'' continuity is unclear.unclear.
** A single picture of a vibrantly-colored Combine officer at [[VideoGame/CounterStrike Office Building 52375]] was posted to Twitter on Christmas 2017. The officer also had one of Spy's wrapped-up Sappers, and Homura could be seen hiding behind the tree.



* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Invoked in ''Opposed!'' in its own way:
** The Fugitive's voice as he first speaks to the team is kept in a soft tone, much like it was for ''Op/Res'' episode 1.



** The [=ResMov=] will not find any ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' characters at all in the new faction called Blazing Swords. [[spoiler:One of the faction members in ''Opposed!'' has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].
** Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive" and there had been unrelated Harrison Ford movies in recent years, the Opposed! character's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this. That said, the Lost Fugitive will refer to himself as simply a Fugitive in Opposed!.

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** The [=ResMov=] will not find any ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' characters at all in the new faction called Blazing Swords. [[spoiler:One of the faction members in ''Opposed!'' has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; fire from a Jawa's perspective in an official Star Wars book; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].
** Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive" and there had been unrelated Harrison Ford movies in recent years, the Opposed! character's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this. That said, the Lost Fugitive will still refer to himself as simply a Fugitive in Opposed!.



** In episode 1, instead of Homura seeing Slenderman's cameo like in ''Op/Res'', she will see a different random character that the time-screw teleports warp in. The character already existed in 2013 but was dubbed three years later by someone whose {{Actor Allusion}}s were established [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela when Mio Akiyama met Homura]] in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].

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** In episode 1, instead of Homura seeing Slenderman's cameo like in ''Op/Res'', she will see a different random character that the time-screw teleports warp in. The character already existed in 2013 but was dubbed three years later by someone whose {{Actor Allusion}}s were established [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela when someone who voiced Mio Akiyama met Homura]] in the ss07 mashups.and Homura Akemi]]. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].



** Opposition Member #5 remains the same between ''Op/Res'' and ''Opposed!''. There will be reasons for this as well as why [[spoiler:Yutaka actually believes she ''is'' Nia]] in the original ''Op/Res''.

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** Opposition Member #5 remains is still the same character between ''Op/Res'' and ''Opposed!''. There will be reasons for this as well as why [[spoiler:Yutaka actually believes she ''is'' Nia]] in the original ''Op/Res''.



* ScheduleSlip: ''Opposed!'' episode 1 was delayed past April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack in the original Op/Res series. It was delayed again past its Op/Res episode 1 anniversary date of May 16 and had been announced for June before its ReleaseDateChange. An announced date for August 2017/summer 2017 has also since passed with no release.

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* ScheduleSlip: ScheduleSlip:
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past April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack in the original Op/Res series. It was delayed series.
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announced for June before its ReleaseDateChange. An announced date ReleaseDateChange.
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*** The first two posters for the series stated a release year of 2017. Episode 1 had not debuted as of January 2018.



** In the ss07 blog's character renders, Homura's temporal doppelganger is shown in [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Towa]]'s victory pose from ''VideoGame/TimeAndEternity''. She even calls herself Towa in the Opposed! remake.

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** In the ss07 blog's character renders, renders from Dec. 2016, Homura's temporal doppelganger is shown in [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Towa]]'s victory pose from ''VideoGame/TimeAndEternity''. She even calls herself Towa in the Opposed! remake.



* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken nearly a year to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.
* ExiledFromContinuity:
** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that do make it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.

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* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken nearly over a year to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.
* ExiledFromContinuity:
** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that do make it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.
life.



* ReleaseDateChange: The public release of Opposed! episode 1, once announced for June 2017 and then August 2017, has been delayed and put on TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment due to [[CreatorBreakdown losses of self-confidence]], constant {{Trouble Entendre}}s including "throwing [things] off", and to release it closer to episode 2. The episode itself was still aimed for late-June completion, it just wouldn't be released even if it was finished.

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* ReleaseDateChange: The public release of Opposed! episode 1, once announced for June 2017 and then August 2017, 1 has been delayed multiple times and put on TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment due to [[CreatorBreakdown losses of self-confidence]], constant {{Trouble Entendre}}s including "throwing [things] off", and to release it closer to episode 2. The episode itself was still aimed for late-June completion, Even in 2017, it just wouldn't be released even if it was finished.



** The Fugitive's first moment of extreme anger in ''Opposed!'' became overdubbed with [[SoundEffectBleep mental inhibitor signal scrambles]] in the final cut.
** Opposed!'s first episode would've been finished by Sept.-Oct. 2017 had a CreatorBreakdown not happened.

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** The Fugitive's first moment of extreme anger in ''Opposed!'' became overdubbed with [[SoundEffectBleep mental inhibitor loudly screeching signal scrambles]] in the final cut.
** Opposed!'s first episode would've been finished by Sept.-Oct. or Oct. 2017 had a CreatorBreakdown not happened.




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** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that do make it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.
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* AlterEgoActing: Type 3. Substantially different than superslinger2007 the Net Persona vs. Jack the renegade fugitive, there is now a third alter-ego "ButIPlayOneOnTV"-like personality: a delusional capital-letter-Fugitive who is able to recruit a few others to a cause, whose mind is stuck in the dark times, and whom seven people apparently want dead.

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* AlterEgoActing: Type 3. Substantially different than superslinger2007 the Net Persona vs. Jack the renegade fugitive, fugitive (later sunglasses NervousWreck), there is now a third alter-ego "ButIPlayOneOnTV"-like personality: a delusional capital-letter-Fugitive who is able to recruit a few others to a cause, whose mind is stuck in the dark times, and whom seven people apparently want dead.



* ArtStyleDissonance: There are a mix of cartoon-styled and anime-styled characters trying to fight other such characters and realistic-styled ones to the death.

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* ArtStyleDissonance: ArtStyleDissonance / RogerRabbitEffect: There are a mix of cartoon-styled and anime-styled characters trying to fight other such characters and realistic-styled ones to the death.



* AuthorAvatar: The "man with short black hair and [...] sunglasses", according to the CODE RED finale novel, has a larger role in ''Op/Res''. Here, however, is a heavily fictionalized version of this same man whose mind is still stuck in the dark times (circa 2012) and is almost killed by a nightmare mistress.
* AuthorPhobia: The fact that a "fear/survival mission" existed in real life implies there could be certain cosplay characters written in with this justification. However, there is also a new "[[TheResenter resentment]]" justification for missed encounters related to [5161814] that were resolved in code51515.

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* AuthorAvatar: The In regards to the original Op/Res, the "man with short black hair and [...] sunglasses", according to sunglasses" in the CODE RED finale novel, novel has a larger role in ''Op/Res''. role. Here, however, is a heavily fictionalized version of this same man whose mind is still stuck in the dark times (circa 2012) and is almost killed by a nightmare mistress.
* AuthorPhobia: The fact that a "fear/survival mission" existed in real life implies there could be certain cosplay characters written in with this justification. However, there is also a new "[[TheResenter resentment]]" justification for missed encounters related to [5161814] that were resolved in code51515.
mistress.



* BittersweetEnding:
** Op/Res 5. [[spoiler:Opposition Member #3 was defeated, but MissionControlIsOffItsMeds, [[ConvenientComa someone else gets headshot into a coma]], and [[TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil we learn about a new antagonist]].]]

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* BittersweetEnding:
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BittersweetEnding: Op/Res 5. [[spoiler:Opposition Member #3 was defeated, but MissionControlIsOffItsMeds, [[ConvenientComa someone else gets headshot into a coma]], and [[TheGoodTheBadAndTheEvil we learn about a new antagonist]].]]



* CaliforniaDoubling: Ultimately averted, since RealPlaceBackground is in effect instead.



* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Opposition/Resurrection'' is basically no longer canon with its remake, ''Opposed!''.

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* CanonDiscontinuity: ''Opposition/Resurrection'' is basically no longer canon with its remake, now that there's a remake named ''Opposed!''.



* ChristmasRushed:
** The 2013 Christmas short.
** Episode 3 "Excessive rotations can prove dangerous" had a lot of stuff [[WhatCouldHaveBeen cut out]] due to a futile attempt to complete it before [5161814].
** Op/Res 7's concluding chapter was rushed overnight for an Oct. 17, 2015 release due to an event that day.
** Downplayed with Op/Res 8 chapter 3a. Although shorter than its two preceding chapters, it was released because of its unnamed cameo of a blue-haired girl with a blue vest, a plaid skirt and a red-and-blue ribbon. Said character is in [[Franchise/LoveLive an anime movie]] that had a local screening on Feb. 4, 2016, aka "day 96" of a 243-day break.



* TheConspiracy: There may be one surrounding The Opposition in Op/Res that's right up there with the old "something against me" beliefs, as foreshadowed by the arrival of two characters, and that Second-Homura watches an old testimony/real-life blog at the end of episode 3. Also, the Fugitive almost blurted out he was almost killed last year around the setting of Op/Res 3, set on Dec. 13-15, 2013 (so, one year before it), and then Asuna shows up with a "Missing [[RoyalRapier Lambent Light]]" poster with text reading the sword's been connected to a Dec. 16, 2012 homicide attempt. And then the team finds a recording where the Fugitive talks about the murder attempt on his life with a silver sword... by a devil/nightmare mistress he made a deal with four months beforehand.

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* TheConspiracy: There may be one surrounding The Opposition in Op/Res that's right up there with the old "something against me" beliefs, as foreshadowed by the arrival of two characters, and that Second-Homura watches an old testimony/real-life blog at the end of episode 3. Also, the Fugitive almost blurted out he was almost killed last year around the setting of Op/Res 3, set on Dec. 13-15, 2013 (so, one year before it), and then Asuna shows up with a "Missing [[RoyalRapier Lambent Light]]" poster with text reading the sword's been connected to a Dec. 16, 2012 homicide attempt. And then the team finds a recording where the Fugitive talks about the murder attempt on his life with a silver sword... by a devil/nightmare mistress he made a deal with four months beforehand.



* CosmicDeadline: In Op/Res 7, Strength has to be defeated for the next Opposition Member to take her place, and then [[spoiler:Yutaka's appearance gets changed]]....

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* CosmicDeadline: In Op/Res 7, Strength has to be is relatively quickly defeated for the next Opposition Member to take her place, and then [[spoiler:Yutaka's appearance gets changed]]....



* CreatorBreakdown:
** A real-life delusional belief about people having "something against me" after a botched "fatal decision" attempt in Dec. 2012 led to the creation of Op/Res itself. In this fictionalized dramatization, this delusion holds true in a different form.
** The "GameChanger" outcome of the third ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' film was hinted at in Op/Res episode 3.
--> '''Fugitive:''' For the second time now, I've seen what you become. '''You're gonna be too different, and I don't think any of the others will like it.'''\\
'''Homura:''' No. ''Neither should you.''
** There were critical runaways during the [5161814] mission, so a LoopholeAbuse was created there to avoid automatic failure. All resentment was channeled into a shaking-up of the Op/Res status-quo where three characters get branded Hostiles by the commanding Fugitive in the StoryArc "[[FelonyMisdemeanor ...Like It's a Bad Thing]]".
** A character suffers a [[BoomHeadshot headshot]] and thrown into a [[ConvenientComa coma]] '''for the [[DeusExitMachina rest of the story]]''', according to the Otafest debriefings REDUX in June 2014. Then more characters are taken out the same way.
** The ending of episode 5, as well the entirety of episode 6, had to be rewritten during development in accordance to how November 2014's [5161814]: overtime mission played out. The mission caused Jack to have love/hate grudges against certain people. See also Why Fandom Can't Have Nice Things below.
** Events on December 4, 2014 led to ideas that there was another runaway whom Jack has since given up on. This ended up reintroducing the Combine Metropolice as Time Police to the storyline, as well as their commander who last had a minor role at the end of the ''CODE RED'' novel. The latter is expected to be revealed in Op/Res 8.
** Mami's allegiance with the Resurrection Movement is being contested. This is because birthday-week fatal decision propaganda (June 22-26, 2015) got mixed in with the fact that someone removed a birthday tweet to him that week, as well as an incident in late August 2015.
** This whole trope led to Op/Res's indefinite SeriesHiatus in March 2016 and {{Cancellation}} in April.



* CreatorRecovery: Cosplayer encounter influence works the other way around, too. A '''''positive''''' outcome usually leads to characters getting a cameo or a bit of increased screentime. This goes ''especially'' if amends and positive-declarations were made during or after [5161814], or if Jack is actually allowed to '''[[{{Forgiveness}} forgive]]''' them during or after code51515.
** On October 4, 2014, Jack met up with Mami and Homura cosplayers that he had met in May 2014... and of course had them do the usual. This happened again at [5161814]: overtime and code51515. As a result, their fictional counterparts are guaranteed not to become Opposition Members, be in league with the Opposition, or turn Hostile as long as the Opposition is still active, according to an Otafest debriefings REDUX update. ''However, as stated above, Mami's allegiance was being contested'' at the time of Op/Res's cancellation. It's strongly hinted that the Fugitive War arc would've involved TakingAThirdOption where Mami forms her own group.
** With the help of luck and vigilance, [5161814]: overtime and code51515 had some long-awaited reunion meetups that may reduce the severity of resentment toward certain characters, since the people in question were considered runaways during [5161814]. The Hostiles, inspired by said runaways, may get epiphanies as a result; in Op/Res 7, Nagisa H. declared he doesn't want to run away anymore.



* CriticalExistenceFailure: Played with, since characters are either incapacitated or banished upon defeat.

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* CriticalExistenceFailure: Played with, since characters Characters are unimpaired until they receive a blow that at least either incapacitated sends them onto their knees or banished upon defeat.banishes them.



* CynicismCatalyst: See Creator Breakdown above.
* DarkerAndEdgier / DarkFic: Definitely darker than ''CODE RED'''s premise.

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* CynicismCatalyst: See Creator Breakdown above.
For the Fugitive, it's almost getting killed by the Opposition Leader. But this old version of the Fugitive and his portrayer [[AlterEgoActing got really mixed up]] anyway.
* DarkerAndEdgier / DarkFic: Definitely darker than ''CODE RED'''s premise.premise of eventually blowing up green onion missiles. The protagonists must now face off against humans.



* {{Depower}} / HumanityEnsues: Not explicitly stated but [[spoiler:Madoka]] started appearing in inhibitor filler and takes roles in Op/Res.

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* {{Depower}} / HumanityEnsues: Not explicitly stated but Implicitly, [[spoiler:Madoka]] started appearing in inhibitor filler and takes roles in Op/Res.Op/Res with the wisdom she gains at the end of her source material.



* DigitizedSprites: The time screw portal and the inhibitor smoke, in the {{Retraux}} flashback in Op/Res 3 of the previous episode's battle against Rena, imitate this by using a lower frame rate and resolution.

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* DigitizedSprites: The A retro low-res effect is used on the time screw portal portal, the electric zap, and the inhibitor smoke, in smoke during the {{Retraux}} flashback in Op/Res 3 of the previous episode's battle against Rena, imitate this by using a lower frame rate and resolution.Rena.



** Anyone using the [[WhiteVoidRoom black voids]] [[VoidBetweenTheWorlds Between the Worlds]] for travel between areas, including a variant of game-jumping.
* DiscreditedMeme: "Sandstorm" answers used in an "ask a stupid question" mentality are exaggerated in episode 4, especially due to the presence of the spacesuit-wearing protesters.

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** Anyone using the [[WhiteVoidRoom black voids]] [[VoidBetweenTheWorlds Between the Worlds]] for travel between areas, including what was initially believed to be a variant of game-jumping.
* DiscreditedMeme: "Sandstorm" answers used in an "ask a stupid question" mentality are exaggerated in episode 4, especially due to the presence of the spacesuit-wearing protesters.
game-jumping.



** Op/Res 3 begins with a clip from ''inhibitor filler'' ep 22 [[StealthPun "unclear and persistent dangers"]], where Homura breaks down pleading on the inhibitors for the fugitive to stop trying to end his own life.

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** Op/Res 3 begins with a clip from ''inhibitor filler'' ep 22 [[StealthPun "unclear and persistent dangers"]], where Homura breaks down pleading on the inhibitors for to the fugitive to stop trying to end his own life.via inhibitor that he has people who care about him.



** [[Franchise/LoveLive A blue-haired girl with a red-and-blue ribbon and plaid skirt]] was put into a chapter released on Feb. 4, 2016 because of a local theatre screening that evening. That day was "Day 96" of a 243-day break that ran from Nov. 1, 2015-June 30, 2016. The girl was meant to appear in later chapters, likely taking place in Oct. 2015, before ''Op/Res'' got cancelled.

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** [[Franchise/LoveLive A blue-haired girl with a red-and-blue ribbon and plaid skirt]] was put into a partial chapter released on Feb. 4, 2016 because of a local theatre screening that evening. That day was "Day 96" of a 243-day break that ran from Nov. 1, 2015-June 30, 2016. The girl was meant to appear in later chapters, likely taking place in Oct. 2015, before ''Op/Res'' got cancelled.



** Op/Res 5 and 6 introduce Stocking as one of the Hostiles.

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** Op/Res 5 and 6 introduce Stocking as one of the Hostiles.Stocking, a hostile runaway.



* EntertaininglyWrong: The Freddy's animatronics' cameos in the Holiday short 2014, although done because Jack wanted to throw in these [[AuthorAppeal rotating interests]], turned out to be this due to the third game's content. This leads to Vanellope saying, [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall "Don't get any ideas, buddy!"]]



* ExiledFromContinuity:
** The bread monsters as well as the conflict against Gray in ''Team Fortress 2'''s "Expiration Date" and webcomic series will not appear in ''Opposition/Resurrection''. However, Op/Res's remake, ''Opposed!'', will contain Miss Pauling.
** By default, due to SerendipityWritesThePlot, any character without an accessible 3D character model in MikuMikuDance or VideoGame/GarrysMod (or any 2004-07 Source-engine game). However, character accessories, such as [[VisualNovel/KoiToSenkyoToChocolate Satsuki Shinonome]]'s red hair bell strings in Luka's hair, may be allowed, as long as the accessory can be roughly made into a model.
** Certain four-legged characters will not appear due to personal reasons, despite cosplay encounters in May 2014.



* ExtraStrengthMasquerade: An Op/Res 5 flashback has Asuna getting her outfit and sword in the mail and then proceeding to [[RealitySubtext host a panel at an event]] where she retells what happened [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline in two virtual-reality MMORPGs]] from her perspective. But she lies about the years they took place ''and nobody questions it.'' Yet, since the event could very well be [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory that convention itself]] in an alternate universe, no one would question someone going as an anime character who's retelling her experiences.

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* ExtraStrengthMasquerade: An Op/Res 5 flashback has Asuna getting her outfit and sword in the mail and then proceeding to [[RealitySubtext host a panel at an event]] where she retells what happened [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline in two virtual-reality MMORPGs]] from her perspective. But she lies about the years they took place ''and nobody questions it.'' Yet, since the event could very well be [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory that convention itself]] a certain "local gathering"]] in an alternate universe, no one would question someone going as an anime character who's retelling her experiences.



* FacelessGoons: The spacesuit-wearing protesters in Op/Res 3 and 4.

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* FacelessGoons: FacelessGoons:
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The spacesuit-wearing protesters in Op/Res 3 and 4.4.
** The Time Police officers in later episodes.



* FaustianRebellion: The Fugitive, the team commander, given the reveal that [[spoiler:a nightmare mistress tried to kill him after he made a deal with her]]. He has no weapons of his own, though he is a [[MysteriousEmployer Mysterious Recruiter]].

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* FaustianRebellion: The Fugitive, the team commander, commander of the Resurrection Movement, given the reveal that [[spoiler:a nightmare mistress tried to kill him after he made a deal with her]]. He has no weapons of his own, though he is a persuasive [[MysteriousEmployer Mysterious Recruiter]].



** Second-Homura's brief flashback with the trail of blood also has an echoed audio effect.

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** Second-Homura's brief flashback memory with the trail of blood also has an echoed audio effect.



** Ep 3's flashbacks have some characters meet up at an outdoor fountain. In ep 5, this is revealed to be [[spoiler:the same fountain the Fugitive [[DrivenToSuicide bled to death]] at during an AlternateTimeline]].
** In ep 3 proper, The Fugitive mentions he was "almost [killed]" around December 15, 2012. Then Asuna and Kirito's "Missing Lambent Light" poster states that the sword is connected to a December 16, 2012 homicide attempt. Lambent Light's original blacksmith, Lisbeth, is also mentioned on the poster, and with [[Creator/SarahWilliams her dub actress also voicing Sayaka]], she was bound to make an appearance, starting with the Holiday short 2014.

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** Ep 2 had Homura remembering a blood-spotted snow-covered city area. Ep 3's flashbacks have some characters meet up at an outdoor fountain. In ep 5, this is revealed to be [[spoiler:the same fountain the Fugitive [[DrivenToSuicide bled to death]] at during an AlternateTimeline]].
** In ep 3 proper, The Fugitive mentions he was "almost [killed]" around December 15, 2012. Then Asuna and Kirito's "Missing Lambent Light" poster states that the sword is connected to a December 16, 2012 homicide attempt. Lambent Light's original blacksmith, Lisbeth, is also mentioned on the poster, and with [[Creator/SarahWilliams her dub actress also voicing Sayaka]], she Lisbeth was bound to make an appearance, starting with the Holiday short 2014.



** There appears to be a voluntary ban on four item sets that now produce a [[http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Calling_card calling card tombstone]]. The items, including Scout's Shortstop, are buried in a 2Fort courtyard with the tombstones as markers. This implied ForbiddenChekhovsGun, though.

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** There appears to be a voluntary ban on four item sets that now produce a [[http://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Calling_card calling card tombstone]]. The items, including Scout's Shortstop, are buried in a 2Fort courtyard with the tombstones as markers. This implied a ForbiddenChekhovsGun, though.



** In the Christmas shorts, much like others before it, the mercs are seen wearing items in ways impossible in-game. They may be seen with four cosmetic items at a time, when the game allows up to three.

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** In the Christmas shorts, much like others the ones before it, Op/Res's, the mercs are seen wearing items in ways impossible in-game. They may be seen with four cosmetic items at a time, when the game allows up to three.



** Played straight later in the episode but [[{{Anime/Free}} Nagisa Hazuki]] turns it into an accidental DeadlyLunge against Homura. That dude probably didn't actually mean to, though...

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** Played straight later in the episode episode, but the teleport that brought in [[{{Anime/Free}} Nagisa Hazuki]] turns it into an accidental DeadlyLunge against Homura. That dude probably didn't actually mean to, though...Homura.



** Ep 1: A medkit is seen beside Pyro because the gash on Pyro's arm, from being incapped by Rena, has disappeared by the time Sniper "phones" Kyoko.

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** Ep 1: A medkit is seen beside Pyro because the gash on Pyro's arm, from being incapped by Rena, has disappeared by the time Sniper "phones" calls Kyoko.



* HanlonsRazor: Completely averted. Even episode 5's title, "Apathy means hostility", seems to indicate that escapee character fictional counterparts are written as [[{{Demonization}} plain evil or at least very antagonistic or detrimental to the team]]. On the other hand, it's played straight in real life, several people were "blissfully unaware of the fugitive's presence"... but Jack just doesn't want to agree.

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* HanlonsRazor: Completely averted. averted as far as the Fugitive character is concerned. Even episode 5's title, "Apathy means hostility", seems to indicate that escapee character fictional counterparts are written must be treated as [[{{Demonization}} plain evil or at least very antagonistic or detrimental to the team]]. On the other hand, it's played straight in real life, several people were "blissfully unaware of the fugitive's presence"... but Jack just doesn't want to agree.



* HeyItsThatSound: The time-screw teleports sound just like [[Film/BackToTheFuture a time-travelling DeLorean]]. The teleports even have three quick bright flashes upon entry.
* HilariousInHindsight: Lucy and Asuna make cameos in Op/Res 3. It has been reported that these two as well as Okabe were sighted in [5161814] as [[InspiredBy cosplay character encounters]]. And then their dub actors Creator/CheramiLeigh and Creator/JMichaelTatum showed up for [5161814]: overtime, which is just as influential to Op/Res as other outings similar to [5161814].



* IJustWantToHaveFriends / IJustWantToBeSpecial: Deconstructed in regards to the Fugitive and [[spoiler:his deal with a devil]] that led him to become the Resurrection Movement's unseen commander... as well as [[spoiler:lead him to bouts of anger]]. Recent tweets hint at splinter factions of the RM.

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* IJustWantToHaveFriends / IJustWantToBeSpecial: Deconstructed in regards to the Fugitive and [[spoiler:his deal with a devil]] that led him to become the Resurrection Movement's unseen commander... as well as [[spoiler:lead [[spoiler:make him prone to bouts of anger]]. Recent tweets hint at splinter factions of the RM.



* AnIceSuit: The web novels refer to Elsa's outfit as "a flowing crystalline light blue dress".
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: Averted, but played with in ep 2. Sayaka defeats Rena without hesitation, but starts to go psycho anyway.

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* AnIceSuit: The Op/Res web novels refer to Elsa's outfit as "a flowing crystalline light blue dress".
* IfYouKillHimYouWillBeJustLikeHim: Averted, but played Played with in ep 2. Sayaka defeats Rena without hesitation, but starts to go psycho anyway.



** Played straight with ep 5. The prologue takes place on May 17, 2014, one day after ep 4's ending ([[RippedFromTheHeadlines 8:15 am on May 16, 2014]]). The actual events of the episode begin one day further ahead, on the night of May 18. The team's footage-analysis segment implies that the mercs and magical girls [[RealLifeWritesThePlot had their fun at that weekend gathering]] while inevitably running into an influx of characters and being intercepted to, [[InspiredBy of course, wave at the camera]].

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** Played straight with ep 5. The prologue takes place on May 17, 2014, one day after ep 4's ending ([[RippedFromTheHeadlines 8:15 am on May 16, 2014]]). The actual events of the episode begin one day further ahead, on the night of May 18. The team's footage-analysis segment implies that the mercs and magical girls [[RealLifeWritesThePlot had their fun at that weekend gathering]] while inevitably running into an influx of characters and being intercepted to, [[InspiredBy of course, wave at the camera]].



* InspiredBy: ''Payback'' influence and regular Otafest influence also occurs here. So much so, that reality is slowly leaking into Op/Res land. Plans were made to downplay connections in later episodes due to mental trauma.

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* InspiredBy: ''Payback'' Local influence and regular Otafest influence also occurs here.from 2012 to 2016, the time of Op/Res's cancellation. So much so, that reality is slowly leaking into Op/Res land. Plans were made to downplay connections in later episodes due to mental trauma.



* LabCoatOfScienceAndMedicine: Medic, Kurisu, and Rintaro.
* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: The infrequent release schedule led to this effect. See Sequel Hook.

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* LabCoatOfScienceAndMedicine: LabcoatOfScienceAndMedicine: Medic, Kurisu, and Rintaro.
* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: The infrequent release schedule led to this effect. See Sequel Hook.
Rintaro.



* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Engineer is sent into a coma via headshot in Op/Res 5. The next episode, he's revived with the Reanimator he'd been carrying since before then. However, the Holiday short 2014 makes this a ForegoneConclusion.



* MagneticPlotDevice: Lambent Light, the rapier owned by Asuna, which has been stolen by the Opposition. The Resurrection Movement was formed in response.

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* MagneticPlotDevice: Lambent Light, the rapier owned by Asuna, which has been stolen by the Opposition.Opposition around the time of the homicide attempt. The Resurrection Movement was formed in response.



* MagicAIsMagicA: The end of Op/Res 5 shows that Death Notes still work in Op/Res land, where people usually get incapacitated if they are attacked otherwise.

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* MagicAIsMagicA: The end of Op/Res 5 shows that Death Notes still work in Op/Res land, where people usually get incapacitated if they are attacked otherwise.receive an otherwise fatal blow.



* MeaningfulReleaseDate:
** "The fatal temporal inflection point" preview (Dec. 15, 2014) featuring Second-Homura's flashback to when she saw the Fugitive post-suicide on Dec. 15, 2012. The latter date was going to have an attempted yet restrained [[DrivenToSuicide fatal decision]] that was barely averted by outside intervention just days before.
** The episode 6 web novel (May 29, 2015) for yet unexplained reasons.
** Ep 7's last chapter was rushed out (Oct. 17, 2015) due to a local outing that happened that day.
** "Discovering a secret meeting" preview (Nov. 14, 2015) featuring an unproduced short Mami-focused scene at The Castle (from Op/Res 6) on Nov. 14, 2015 at 7 pm.
** Ep 8 Chapter 3a was released on Feb. 4, 2016, aka "day 96" of a 243-day break. It had an unnamed cameo of a blue-haired girl with a blue vest, a plaid skirt and a red-and-blue ribbon. Said character is in [[Franchise/LoveLive an anime movie]] that had a local screening that evening.
** Ep 8 Chapter 3c features an added cameo from Chitoge Kirisaki due to her appearance as a Mystery Mushroom costume in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' in mid-February 2016.



** December 15th was to be the date of The Fugitive (Jack)'s [[HappilyFailedSuicide Happily Averted]] fatal decision in 2012.

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** December 15th 15th, a recurring date, was to be the date of The Fugitive (Jack)'s [[HappilyFailedSuicide Happily Averted]] fatal decision in 2012.



** "Discovering a secret meeting" takes place on November 14, 2015 and serves as proxy to a mission/outing that Jack decided to skip due to rising fears at the time.

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** "Discovering a secret meeting" takes place on November 14, 2015 and serves as proxy to a mission/outing that Jack decided to skip due to rising fears at the time. It was also the same event where videographers filmed, and publicly posted footage of, a group of people in alleged marching band outfits. (They're actually [[VideoGame/LoveLiveSchoolIdolFestival cafe maid outfits]], but no one told him that.)



* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Someone who will not be named here went back on an agreement (and essentially broke a promise) in late 2014. This contributed to the negative shakeups affecting Op/Res episode 5. Through a since-diminished love/hate grudge with that person, it also resulted in a new plot shakeup in episode 6. There, [[{{Disney/Frozen}} Elsa]] found herself watching [[spoiler:the Fugitive order Mami and Homura to stop helping her fight off the Time Police. In effect, he [[RevengeByProxy refused to help Elsa save Anna from getting kidnapped]]]].



* WriterRevolt: The plot shakeups that:
** Caused [[NeverLiveItDown Serah to slap Homura in the face]] in Op/Res episode 3,
** Forced the rewriting of Op/Res episodes 5 and 6 because of the events of [5161814] and its overtime extension,
** Led to the events of Op/Res ep 7 and the first half of ep 8 because of an angry depressive bout (code51515 would have brought some light back into the story before Op/Res got cancelled),
** Inspired the Fugitive War ("Anti-Fugitive Pact") story arc.



* AuthorPhobia: The fact that a "fear/survival mission" existed in real life implies there could be certain cosplay characters written in with this justification. However, there is also a new "[[TheResenter resentment]]" justification for missed encounters that were mostly resolved later.
* ChristmasRushed:
** The 2013 Christmas short.
** Episode 3 "Excessive rotations can prove dangerous" had a lot of stuff [[WhatCouldHaveBeen cut out]] due to a futile attempt to complete it before [5161814].
** Op/Res 7's concluding chapter was rushed overnight for an Oct. 17, 2015 release due to an event that day.
** Downplayed with Op/Res 8 Chapter 3a. It was released in a shorter form because of its unnamed cameo of a blue-haired girl with a blue vest, a plaid skirt and a red-and-blue ribbon. Said character is in [[Franchise/LoveLive an anime]] with a movie that had a local screening on Feb. 4, 2016, aka "day 96" of a 243-day break. Chapter 3a was later merged with the rest of Chapter 3's pages.
* CreatorBreakdown:
** A real-life delusional belief about people having "something against me" after a botched "fatal decision" attempt in Dec. 2012 led to the creation of Op/Res itself. In this fictionalized dramatization, this delusion holds true in a different form.
** The "GameChanger" outcome of the third ''Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica'' film was hinted at in Op/Res episode 3.
--> '''Fugitive:''' For the second time now, I've seen what you become. '''You're gonna be too different, and I don't think any of the others will like it.'''\\
'''Homura:''' No. ''Neither should you.''
** There were critical runaways during the [5161814] mission, so a LoopholeAbuse was created there to avoid automatic failure. All resentment was channeled into a shaking-up of the Op/Res status-quo where three characters get branded Hostiles by the commanding Fugitive in the StoryArc "[[FelonyMisdemeanor ...Like It's a Bad Thing]]".
** A character suffers a [[BoomHeadshot headshot]] and thrown into a [[ConvenientComa coma]] '''for the [[DeusExitMachina rest of the story]]''', according to the Otafest debriefings REDUX in June 2014. Then more characters are taken out the same way.
** The ending of episode 5, as well the entirety of episode 6, had to be rewritten during development in accordance to how November 2014's [5161814]: overtime mission played out. The mission caused Jack to have love/hate grudges against certain people. See also Why Fandom Can't Have Nice Things below.
** Events on December 4, 2014 led to ideas that there was another runaway whom Jack has since given up on. This ended up reintroducing the Combine Metropolice as Time Police to the storyline, as well as their commander who last had a minor role at the end of the ''CODE RED'' novel. The latter is expected to be revealed in Op/Res 8.
** Mami's allegiance with the Resurrection Movement is being contested. This is because birthday-week fatal decision propaganda (June 22-26, 2015) got mixed in with the fact that someone removed a birthday tweet to him that week, as well as an incident in late August 2015.
** This whole trope led to Op/Res's indefinite SeriesHiatus in March 2016 and {{Cancellation}} in April.
* CreatorRecovery: Cosplayer encounter influence works the other way around, too. A '''''positive''''' outcome usually leads to characters getting a cameo or a bit of increased screentime. This goes ''especially'' if amends and positive-declarations were made during or after [5161814], or if Jack is actually allowed to '''[[{{Forgiveness}} forgive]]''' them during or after code51515.
** On October 4, 2014, Jack met up with Mami and Homura cosplayers that he had met in May 2014... and of course had them do the usual. This happened again at [5161814]: overtime and code51515. As a result, their fictional counterparts are guaranteed not to become Opposition Members, be in league with the Opposition, or turn Hostile as long as the Opposition is still active, according to an Otafest debriefings REDUX update. ''However, as stated above, Mami's allegiance was being contested'' at the time of Op/Res's cancellation. It's strongly hinted that the Fugitive War arc would've involved TakingAThirdOption where Mami forms her own group.
** With the help of luck and vigilance, [5161814]: overtime and code51515 had some long-awaited reunion meetups that may reduce the severity of resentment toward certain characters, since the people in question were considered runaways during [5161814]. The Hostiles, inspired by said runaways, may get epiphanies as a result; in Op/Res 7, Nagisa H. declared he doesn't want to run away anymore.



* ExiledFromContinuity:
** The bread monsters as well as the conflict against Gray in ''Team Fortress 2'''s "Expiration Date" and webcomic series will not appear in ''Opposition/Resurrection''. However, Op/Res's remake, ''Opposed!'', will contain Miss Pauling.
** By default, due to SerendipityWritesThePlot, any character without an accessible 3D character model in MikuMikuDance or VideoGame/GarrysMod (or any 2004-07 Source-engine game). However, character accessories, such as [[VisualNovel/KoiToSenkyoToChocolate Satsuki Shinonome]]'s red hair bell strings in Luka's hair, may be allowed, as long as the accessory can be roughly made into a model.
** Certain four-legged characters will not appear due to personal reasons, despite cosplay encounters in May 2014.
* HeyItsThatSound: The time-screw teleports sound just like [[Film/BackToTheFuture a time-travelling DeLorean]]. The teleports even have three quick bright flashes upon entry.
* MeaningfulReleaseDate:
** "The fatal temporal inflection point" preview (Dec. 15, 2014) featuring Second-Homura's flashback to when she saw the Fugitive post-suicide on Dec. 15, 2012. The latter date was going to have an attempted yet restrained [[DrivenToSuicide fatal decision]] that was barely averted by outside intervention just days before.
** The episode 6 web novel (May 29, 2015) for yet unexplained reasons.
** Ep 7's last chapter was rushed out (Oct. 17, 2015) due to a local outing that happened that day.
** "Discovering a secret meeting" preview (Nov. 14, 2015) featuring an unproduced short Mami-focused scene at The Castle (from Op/Res 6) on Nov. 14, 2015 at 7 pm.
** Ep 8 Chapter 3a was released on Feb. 4, 2016, aka "day 96" of a 243-day break. It had an unnamed cameo of a blue-haired girl with a blue vest, a plaid skirt and a red-and-blue ribbon. Said character is in [[Franchise/LoveLive an anime movie]] that had a local screening that evening.
** Ep 8 Chapter 3c features an added cameo from Chitoge Kirisaki due to her appearance as a Mystery Mushroom costume in ''VideoGame/SuperMarioMaker'' in mid-February 2016. These parts were later merged into a single chapter.
* WhyFandomCantHaveNiceThings: Someone who will not be named here went back on an agreement (and essentially broke a promise) in late 2014. This contributed to the negative shakeups affecting Op/Res episode 5. Through a since-diminished love/hate grudge with that person, it also resulted in a new plot shakeup in episode 6. There, [[{{Disney/Frozen}} Elsa]] found herself watching [[spoiler:the Fugitive convince Mami and Homura to stop helping her fight off the Time Police. In effect, he [[RevengeByProxy refused to help Elsa save Anna from getting kidnapped]]]].
* WriterRevolt: The plot shakeups that:
** Caused [[NeverLiveItDown Serah to slap Homura in the face]] in Op/Res episode 3,
** Forced the rewriting of Op/Res episodes 5 and 6 because of the events of [5161814] and its overtime extension,
** Led to the events of Op/Res ep 7 and the first half of ep 8 because of an angry depressive bout (code51515 would have brought some light back into the story before Op/Res got cancelled),
** Inspired the Fugitive War ("Anti-Fugitive Pact") story arc.



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* DiscreditedMeme: "Sandstorm" answers used in an "ask a stupid question" mentality are exaggerated in episode 4, especially due to the presence of the spacesuit-wearing protesters.
* HilariousInHindsight: Lucy and Asuna make cameos in Op/Res 3. It has been reported that these two as well as Okabe were sighted in [5161814] as [[InspiredBy cosplay character encounters]]. And then their dub actors Creator/CheramiLeigh and Creator/JMichaelTatum showed up for [5161814]: overtime, which is just as influential to Op/Res as other outings similar to [5161814].
* LikeYouWouldReallyDoIt: Engineer is sent into a coma via headshot at the end of Op/Res 5. The next episode, he's revived with the Reanimator he'd been carrying since before then. However, the Holiday short 2014 makes this a ForegoneConclusion.

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* ActorAllusion:
** In the ss07 blog's character renders, Homura's temporal doppelganger is shown in [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Towa]]'s victory pose from ''VideoGame/TimeAndEternity''. She even calls herself Towa in the Opposed! remake.
* AccidentallyCorrectWriting:
** Yuudachi appeared in Op/Res only because Jack expected a cosplay meetup but couldn't find one in 2015 (which is why she was bait for the Time Police to put into custody). In the Opposed! remake, due to local influence/research in July 2017, this "Poi" girl will likely follow Yuki and Tsukasa, Asuna, and France in getting an entourage of her own, in the form of Creator/LeahClark's characters.
** On the ''Opposed!'' announcement poster released Christmas 2016, Scout is depicted in a GoodOldFisticuffs stance (source: winning a Rock Paper Scissors round in ''Team Fortress 2'') even though he and his DistaffCounterpart would always use a baseball bat as a melee attack. Come the Yeti Punch taunt in October 2017, and Scout can actually throw a punch at his opponent.
** During early prep for ''Opposed!'', the mercs would use [=PDAs=] that all look like Engineer's or specialized cell phones to keep track of who's the target for their contracts. Then in October 2017, the Contracker is revealed as ''Team Fortress 2''[='=]s official PDA contract device in lieu of a stationary drawer. That said, this device will not appear in ''Opposed!''.



* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken nearly a year to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.



* ExiledFromContinuity:
** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that made it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.



* RealitySubtext:
** For a character entourage to be promoted from aspirant to full-fledged, not only must they have at least four members (as established back in CODE RED), but their voice actor must have made a local visit.
** No one's called the Lost Fugitive by his real name in months, soon to be ''years''....
** An image on social media posted on November 5, 2017 shows [[spoiler:Lucy and Nico at a real-life location, with a newspaper held in front reading "Deja vu". The text with the image said that a slapfight happened a year ago on the day it was posted, so there must be inspiration from real life for this scene to happen in Opposed!, if it does]].



* ReleaseDateChange: The public release of Opposed! episode 1, once announced for June 2017 and then August 2017, has been delayed and put on TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment due to [[CreatorBreakdown losses of self-confidence]], constant {{Trouble Entendre}}s including "throwing [things] off", and to release it closer to episode 2. The episode itself was still aimed for late-June completion, it just wouldn't be released even if it was finished.



* UnCanceled: ''Op/Res'' by association.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** The Fugitive's first moment of extreme anger in ''Opposed!'' became overdubbed with [[SoundEffectBleep mental inhibitor signal scrambles]] in the final cut. The mental inhibitors end up doing what they were named for, after all.
** Opposed!'s first episode would've been finished by autumn 2017 had a CreatorBreakdown not happened.
** The plot of what is now episode 6 was originally in episode 3; see Too Soon above.


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* ActorAllusion:
** In the ss07 blog's character renders, Homura's temporal doppelganger is shown in [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Towa]]'s victory pose from ''VideoGame/TimeAndEternity''. She even calls herself Towa in the Opposed! remake.
* AccidentallyCorrectWriting:
** Yuudachi appeared in Op/Res only because Jack expected a cosplay meetup but couldn't find one in 2015 (which is why she was bait for the Time Police to put into custody). In the Opposed! remake, due to local influence/research in July 2017, this "Poi" girl will likely follow Yuki and Tsukasa, Asuna, and France in getting an entourage of her own, in the form of Creator/LeahClark's characters.
** On the ''Opposed!'' announcement poster released Christmas 2016, Scout is depicted in a GoodOldFisticuffs stance (source: winning a Rock Paper Scissors round in ''Team Fortress 2'') even though he and his DistaffCounterpart would always use a baseball bat as a melee attack. Come the Yeti Punch taunt in October 2017, and Scout can actually throw a punch at his opponent.
** During early prep for ''Opposed!'', the mercs would use [=PDAs=] that all look like Engineer's or specialized cell phones to keep track of who's the target for their contracts. Then in October 2017, the Contracker is revealed as ''Team Fortress 2''[='=]s official PDA contract device in lieu of a stationary drawer. That said, this device will not appear in ''Opposed!''.
* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken nearly a year to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.
* ExiledFromContinuity:
** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that do make it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.
* RealitySubtext:
** For a character entourage to be promoted from aspirant to full-fledged, not only must they have at least four members (as established back in CODE RED), but their voice actor must have made a local visit.
** No one's called the Lost Fugitive by his real name in months, soon to be ''years''....
** An image on social media posted on November 5, 2017 shows [[spoiler:Lucy and Nico at a real-life location, with a newspaper held in front reading "Deja vu". The text with the image said that a slapfight happened a year ago on the day it was posted, so there must be inspiration from real life for this scene to happen in Opposed!, if it does]].
* ReleaseDateChange: The public release of Opposed! episode 1, once announced for June 2017 and then August 2017, has been delayed and put on TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment due to [[CreatorBreakdown losses of self-confidence]], constant {{Trouble Entendre}}s including "throwing [things] off", and to release it closer to episode 2. The episode itself was still aimed for late-June completion, it just wouldn't be released even if it was finished.
* UnCanceled: ''Op/Res'' by association.
* WhatCouldHaveBeen:
** The Fugitive's first moment of extreme anger in ''Opposed!'' became overdubbed with [[SoundEffectBleep mental inhibitor signal scrambles]] in the final cut.
** Opposed!'s first episode would've been finished by Sept.-Oct. 2017 had a CreatorBreakdown not happened.
** The plot of what is now episode 6 was originally in episode 3; see Too Soon above.

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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: Parts of the Op/Res story, before its remake, ended up being parallel to these:
** The five magical girls are all loosely on the same side, something that was official in ''Madoka Magica: Rebellion'', released in Japan in October 2013.
** Soldier doesn't successfully grenade-uppercut himself when he taunts with the War on Smissmas Battle Socks on, as seen as a FunnyBackgroundEvent in a Christmas short released December 2013. In GameplayAndStorySegregation, his regular grenades were not visible before [=TF2's=] January 23, 2014 patch, despite visible shadows on the stockings.
** Sayaka was in her uniform for the majority of the episodes and the Op/Res 3 flashbacks. During [5161814], nearly a year after Op/Res 1's release, a Sayaka cosplayer in her uniform waved at the camera before another cosplayer in the magical girl outfit also got this chance. Such real-life encounters influence Op/Res and the like.
** Episode 3, taking place on December 13-15, 2013, has Serah Farron slapping Homura in the face. It's retroactive [[CreatorBreakdown (albeit negative)]] influence from [5161814] in May 2014, even though it was only meant to be inspired by May-Nov 2013's lack of proper encounters. However, lucky vigilance during [5161814]: overtime and code51515 (Nov 2014-May 2015) (and the 2017 outings for Opposed!) lessened the severity of this choice.
** Early in Op/Res development, Neru Akita, Opposition Member #3, was planned to throw fireballs wielded by a certain virus character from a childhood show. Come the fangame Miku'n Pop, and Neru's attack is a swarm of fireballs.
** Certain characters made their cameos, but around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release, character roles were found to have known [=VAs=], in KillLaKill (Mako / Madoka, Azusa, Squid Girl, etc. as well as Mami / Satsuki Kiryuin) and [=TF2's=] "Expiration Date" (Sasha / Ms. Pauling). Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, as well as Sasha's presence in said remake, implies they will talk to each other.
** Op/Res 4's prologue features "a woman in a black tracksuit with her hood down [...] with neon pink and blue streaks in her hair". It was released in Nov. 2014, the same month [5161814]: overtime happened, during which a Wyldstyle cosplayer was finally filmed for private reasons. This would've ensured a cameo in Op/Res had it not been remade.
** See also Hilarious in Hindsight below.
* ActorAllusion: Way too many to list. Some include [[Creator/KaoriMizuhashi Mami sometimes speaking in Mifuyu's voice]][[note]]The sole reason why Mami remains speaking Japanese unlike the rest of the magical girls.[[/note]], [[Creator/YokoHikasa Mio Akiyama]] singing to some Survey Corps (Scout Regiment) members, [[Creator/LaurenLanda Squigly and Annie being with Kyoko]], Lumina wearing [[Creator/KanaeIto Amu's X-shaped pin]] but saying lines from [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Flame Princess]], a [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Homura]] doppelganger (second-Homura) speaking in the voice of [[VideoGame/TimeAndEternity Towa]] (a second-personality), [[Creator/WendeeLee Konata]] rounding up a few people to give [[Creator/AyaHirano Misa]]'s Death Note back to her, [[Creator/CheramiLeigh Asuna being with Suzuha Amane]] while [[Creator/JMichaelTatum Rintaro Okabe is walking around with France]], and [[Creator/SarahWilliams Lisbeth looking at a sword that Sayaka wants her to analyze]]...
** Ep 7: [[Manga/LuckyStar Yutaka]] is zapped by the destroyed inhibitor and [[WesternAnimation/TheBatman gets her hair turned blonde and her hair ribbons turned black and red]]. Yutaka soon runs into [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Princess Bubblegum]]. Furthermore, [[spoiler:Charlotte/Nagisa M.]] and [[Franchise/KagerouProject Ené]] were hinted to have connections to [[Creator/KanaAsumi Strength]], and [[spoiler:Yutaka is corrupted to look more like Nia.]]
** Ep 8: [[Creator/MichelleRuff Yuki and Tsukasa]]'s entourage returns in chapter 3a, but [[NoNameGiven neither them or any of the present members are referred to by name]]. Some include [[{{Manga/Bleach}} a stern-looking woman]] who admires [[Anime/DiGiCharat a dice-wearing rabbit-girl]] and [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog an anthropomorphic peach-colored rabbit]].
-> '''Sayaka:''' [[HereWeGoAgain Seriously?]] That's [[DoppelgangerCrossover a heck of a coincidence]], don't you think?



* DestructionEqualsOffSwitch: Subverted. In terms of regulating reality, the slash damage on Inhibitor 2 makes it unable to do so, forcing the other two machines to share the added load. However, Inhibitor 2 itself remains in operation, just protected by a force field to prevent repairs or normal use.
* DevelopmentHell:
** The video versions of episodes 2 through 3 of Op/Res were horribly delayed. leading to Heavy's "Cold anticipation" statement.
** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels slipped into this.

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* DestructionEqualsOffSwitch: Subverted. In terms of regulating reality, the slash damage on Inhibitor 2 makes it unable to do so, regulate properly, forcing the other two machines to share the added load. However, Inhibitor 2 itself remains in operation, just protected by a force field to prevent repairs or normal use.
* DevelopmentHell:
** The video versions of episodes 2 through 3 of Op/Res were horribly delayed. leading to Heavy's "Cold anticipation" statement.
** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels slipped into this.
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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: Parts of the Op/Res story, before its remake, ended up being parallel to these:
** The five magical girls are all loosely on the same side, something that was official in ''Madoka Magica: Rebellion'', released in Japan in October 2013.
** Soldier doesn't successfully grenade-uppercut himself when he taunts with the War on Smissmas Battle Socks on, as seen as a FunnyBackgroundEvent in a Christmas short released December 2013. In GameplayAndStorySegregation, his regular grenades were not visible before [=TF2's=] January 23, 2014 patch, despite visible shadows on the stockings.
** Sayaka was in her uniform for the majority of the episodes and the Op/Res 3 flashbacks. During [5161814], nearly a year after Op/Res 1's release, a Sayaka cosplayer in her uniform waved at the camera before another cosplayer in the magical girl outfit also got this chance. Such real-life encounters influence Op/Res and the like.
** Episode 3, taking place on December 13-15, 2013, has Serah Farron slapping Homura in the face. It's retroactive [[CreatorBreakdown (albeit negative)]] influence from [5161814] in May 2014, even though it was only meant to be inspired by May-Nov 2013's lack of proper encounters. However, lucky vigilance during [5161814]: overtime and code51515 (Nov 2014-May 2015) (and the 2017 outings for Opposed!) lessened the severity of this choice.
** Early in Op/Res development, Neru Akita, Opposition Member #3, was planned to throw fireballs wielded by a certain virus character from a childhood show. Come the fangame Miku'n Pop, and Neru's attack is a swarm of fireballs.
** Certain characters made their cameos, but around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release, character roles were found to have known [=VAs=], in KillLaKill (Mako / Madoka, Azusa, Squid Girl, etc. as well as Mami / Satsuki Kiryuin) and [=TF2's=] "Expiration Date" (Sasha / Ms. Pauling). Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, as well as Sasha's presence in said remake, implies they will talk to each other.
** Op/Res 4's prologue features "a woman in a black tracksuit with her hood down [...] with neon pink and blue streaks in her hair". It was released in Nov. 2014, the same month [5161814]: overtime happened, during which a Wyldstyle cosplayer was finally filmed for private reasons. This would've ensured a cameo in Op/Res had it not been remade.
* ActorAllusion: Way too many to list. Some include [[Creator/KaoriMizuhashi Mami sometimes speaking in Mifuyu's voice]][[note]]The sole reason why Mami remains speaking Japanese unlike the rest of the magical girls.[[/note]], [[Creator/YokoHikasa Mio Akiyama]] singing to some Survey Corps (Scout Regiment) members, [[Creator/LaurenLanda Squigly and Annie being with Kyoko]], Lumina wearing [[Creator/KanaeIto Amu's X-shaped pin]] but saying lines from [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Flame Princess]], a [[Creator/CristinaValenzuela Homura]] doppelganger (second-Homura) speaking in the voice of [[VideoGame/TimeAndEternity Towa]] (a second-personality), [[Creator/WendeeLee Konata]] rounding up a few people to give [[Creator/AyaHirano Misa]]'s Death Note back to her, [[Creator/CheramiLeigh Asuna being with Suzuha Amane]] while [[Creator/JMichaelTatum Rintaro Okabe is walking around with France]], and [[Creator/SarahWilliams Lisbeth looking at a sword that Sayaka wants her to analyze]]...
** Ep 7: [[Manga/LuckyStar Yutaka]] is zapped by the destroyed inhibitor and [[WesternAnimation/TheBatman gets her hair turned blonde and her hair ribbons turned black and red]]. Yutaka soon runs into [[WesternAnimation/AdventureTime Princess Bubblegum]]. Furthermore, [[spoiler:Charlotte/Nagisa M.]] and [[Franchise/KagerouProject Ené]] were hinted to have connections to [[Creator/KanaAsumi Strength]], and [[spoiler:Yutaka is corrupted to look more like Nia.]]
** Ep 8: [[Creator/MichelleRuff Yuki and Tsukasa]]'s entourage returns in chapter 3a, but [[NoNameGiven neither them or any of the present members are referred to by name]]. Some include [[{{Manga/Bleach}} a stern-looking woman]] who admires [[Anime/DiGiCharat a dice-wearing rabbit-girl]] and [[VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog an anthropomorphic peach-colored rabbit]].
-> '''Sayaka:''' [[HereWeGoAgain Seriously?]] That's [[DoppelgangerCrossover a heck of a coincidence]], don't you think?
* DevelopmentHell:
** The video versions of episodes 2 through 3 of Op/Res were horribly delayed. leading to Heavy's "Cold anticipation" statement.
** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels slipped into this.
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There are less-substantiated rumors of cosplay segment recordings at these theatre screenings: ''Franchise/LoveLive: The School Idol Movie'' on February 4, 2016 (Day 96 of a 243-day break), ''[[Anime/LoveLiveSunshine Aqours First Love Live ~Step! ZERO to ONE~]]'' on March 27, 2017, one of ''Manga/BlackButler: Book of the Atlantic'' on the {{Schedule Slip}}ped date of June 15, 2017 (Day 36 of a 50-day break), and ''Aqours 2nd Love Live Happy Party Train Tour'' on October 21, 2017 (Day 111 of an eternal break).

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There are less-substantiated rumors of cosplay segment recordings at these theatre screenings: ''Franchise/LoveLive: The School Idol Movie'' on February 4, 2016 (Day 96 of a 243-day break), ''[[Anime/LoveLiveSunshine Aqours First Love Live ~Step! ZERO to ONE~]]'' on March 27, 2017, one of ''Manga/BlackButler: Book of the Atlantic'' on the {{Schedule Slip}}ped date of June 15, 2017 (Day 36 of a 50-day break), and ''Aqours 2nd Love Live Happy Party Train Tour'' on October 21, 2017 (Day 111 of an eternal break).
break). Some unsubstantiated rumors indicate his presence at a library event on December 2.



* CreatorProvincialism: Some of the inhibitor montages feature areas from around the city where certain "local gatherings" take place in Op/Res. Mami is even seen once at the Stampede in an Op/Res 3 flashback. This would have been clearer had they been in video form.

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* CreatorProvincialism: Some of the inhibitor montages feature areas from around the city where certain "local gatherings" take place in Op/Res. Mami is even seen once at the Stampede in an Op/Res 3 flashback. This would have been clearer (MakesJustAsMuchSenseInContext) had they the inhibitor montages been in video form.



** Certain four-legged characters will not appear in the ss07 mashups due to personal reasons, despite cosplay encounters in May 2014.

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** Certain four-legged characters will not appear in the ss07 mashups due to personal reasons, despite cosplay encounters in May 2014.


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* ExiledFromContinuity:
** Of all the [[PresentDayPast 2017-era influences]] that made it into this crossover, a character from a 2017 VisualNovel would've replaced Rena as Opposition Member #1 if ''Op/Res'' had begun its roots in the year 2017 instead of 2012-13. Let's say that someone else has already been assigned their intended role in ''Opposed!'', and leave it at that.
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** The ResMov will not find any ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' characters at all in the new faction called Blazing Swords. [[spoiler:One of the faction members in ''Opposed!'' has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].

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** The ResMov [=ResMov=] will not find any ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' characters at all in the new faction called Blazing Swords. [[spoiler:One of the faction members in ''Opposed!'' has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].



* NotInFrontOfTheKid: Due to [[spoiler:Nico]]'s small stature, even the Lost Fugitive realizes he'd rather [[CurseCutShort cut his own curse short] when he's reminding her that [[NeverLiveItDown his whole team sees her as a runaway]].

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* NotInFrontOfTheKid: Due to [[spoiler:Nico]]'s small stature, even the Lost Fugitive realizes he'd rather [[CurseCutShort cut his own curse short] short]] when he's reminding her that [[NeverLiveItDown his whole team sees her as a runaway]].



** Characters who exist in 2013, like [[Anime/KantaiCollection Mutsuki]], might show up looking for entourage members as long as they get dubbed by 2017 and onward.

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** Characters who exist in 2013, like [[Anime/KantaiCollection Mutsuki]], Mutsuki, Hiryuu, and Yuudachi]], might show up looking for entourage members as long as they get dubbed by 2017 and onward.



* RealityEnsues: If the local reality machines decide to teleport in unarmed civilians, especially students who attend school in their source series and haven't received any form of {{Adaptational Badass}}ery, they're gonna need all the defense they can get. Especially since there's a bunch of creepy gray gasmasks who have made their own warrants for these civilians' detention.

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* RealityEnsues: If the local reality machines decide to teleport in unarmed civilians, especially students who attend school in their source series and haven't received any form of {{Adaptational Badass}}ery, they're gonna need all the defense they can get. Especially since there's a bunch of [[VideoGame/HalfLife2 creepy gray gasmasks gasmasks]] who have made their own warrants for these civilians' detention.



* SecretIdentityVocalShift: Variant case that finally gets demonstrated in an audiovisual form. Though Neru Akita no longer goes silent onscreen, she hates her real Japanese-accented voice and all the "This chick doesn't deserve to lead jerks like us" implications that come with it.

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* SecretIdentityVocalShift: Variant case that finally gets demonstrated in an audiovisual form. Though Neru Akita no longer goes silent onscreen, she hates her real Japanese-accented voice and all the "This chick doesn't deserve to lead make fun of jerks like us" implications that come with it.



* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: This "fictionalized dramatization of actual events" is still heavily so. All characters are fictional counterparts, and nothing takes place in any actual real-life settings. [[spoiler:Except for that scene with Lucy and Nico in a New Story episode, which does take place in a real location.]]

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: This "fictionalized dramatization of actual events" is still heavily so. All characters are fictional counterparts, and counterparts inspired by true events, yet nothing takes place in any actual real-life settings. [[spoiler:Except for that scene with Lucy and Nico in a New Story episode, which does take place in a real location.]]


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** Opposed!'s first episode would've been finished by autumn 2017 had a CreatorBreakdown not happened.
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** {{Invoked|Trope}} again in the same episode. Heavy has a friend named Sasha. It's not the gun, but a [[Manga/AttackOnTitan titan-fighting girl known for eating potatoes]]. However, this became an AbortedArc with Heavy being shot into a coma.

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** {{Invoked|Trope}} again in the same episode. Heavy has a friend named Sasha. It's And not just the gun, but because there's a [[Manga/AttackOnTitan titan-fighting girl also named Sasha known for eating potatoes]]. However, this became an AbortedArc in ''Op/Res'' with Heavy being shot into a coma.



* AdaptationalVillainy / AdaptationalJerkass: The Opposition Members are said to hate the Fugitive so much, their personality went out of whack.



* BasedOnAGreatBigLie: Even more so than the original Op/Res! Extreme levels of real-life paranoia in 2017 led to Opposed! having "New Story" episodes and new factions of fictional characters that potentially want the Fugitive and everyone protecting him dead.
* BloodlessCarnage:
** The exceptions to this in Opposed! include Rena's hatchet, Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, one of Spy's faked deaths, and the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception.

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* BasedOnAGreatBigLie: Even more so than the original Op/Res! Extreme levels of real-life paranoia in 2017 led to Opposed! having "New Story" episodes and new factions of fictional characters that potentially want the Fugitive Fugitive, and everyone protecting him him, dead.
* BloodlessCarnage:
BloodlessCarnage: Zigzagged in general.
** The exceptions to this in Opposed! include aversions all involve RuleOfPerception. Otherwise, we don't know if Rena's hatchet, hatchet or Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, one of Spy's cleavers hit someone, if Spy faked deaths, a death and got away clean, or if the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception.succeeded.



* DarkerAndEdgier: ''Opposed!'' has more characters wanting the Fugitive dead and more unarmed civilians caught in perilous situations compared to the original ''Op/Res''.



* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken over ten months to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.
* DontMakeMeDestroyYou: In a future episode, the Fugitive really, ''really'' does not want [[spoiler:Nico]] to make him send [[MightMakesRight his armed protectors]] after her and [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2 her new friend]]. [[{{Flanderization}} Guess that heartbeat song from the former's movie really got to him]].
--> Knowing [[NoodleIncident your last run-in with us]], I can't have you [[WeAreNotGoingThroughThatAgain making us think you're always up to something]] like [[CharacterExaggeration being a f... runaway]], okay?

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* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken over ten months nearly a year to make, mainly because a paranoid troubled man trying to use MethodActing to portray a paranoid troubled fugitive led to complications in real life.
* DontMakeMeDestroyYou: In a future episode, the Fugitive really, ''really'' does not want [[spoiler:Nico]] to make him send [[MightMakesRight his armed protectors]] after her and [[VisualNovel/SuperDanganRonpa2 her new friend]]. [[{{Flanderization}} Guess that heartbeat song from the former's movie really got to him]].
him]], and to the character involved, [[StealthPun there is no escape]].
--> Knowing [[NoodleIncident your last run-in with us]], I can't have you [[WeAreNotGoingThroughThatAgain making us think you're always up to something]] like [[CharacterExaggeration [[{{Flanderization}} being a f... runaway]], okay?



** A new faction in Opposed!, Blazing Swords, is named very closely to what some call the video game ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified not due to any ''Fire Emblem'' characters but because [[spoiler:one of the faction members in Opposed! has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].
** An aversion: Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive" and there had been unrelated Harrison Ford movies in recent years, the Opposed! character's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this.

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** A The ResMov will not find any ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'' characters at all in the new faction in Opposed!, called Blazing Swords, is named very closely to what some call the video game ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified not due to any ''Fire Emblem'' characters but because [[spoiler:one Swords. [[spoiler:One of the faction members in Opposed! ''Opposed!'' has a lightsaber, which has been noted to be a sword of fire; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].
** An aversion: Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive" and there had been unrelated Harrison Ford movies in recent years, the Opposed! character's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this. That said, the Lost Fugitive will refer to himself as simply a Fugitive in Opposed!.



* NotInFrontOfTheKid: Due to [[spoiler:Nico]]'s small stature, even the Lost Fugitive realizes he'd rather just call her a "runaway" instead of a "[[GoshDangItToHeck fricking]] runaway" when he's reminding her that [[NeverLiveItDown his whole team sees her as a runaway]].

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* NotInFrontOfTheKid: Due to [[spoiler:Nico]]'s small stature, even the Lost Fugitive realizes he'd rather just call her a "runaway" instead of a "[[GoshDangItToHeck fricking]] runaway" [[CurseCutShort cut his own curse short] when he's reminding her that [[NeverLiveItDown his whole team sees her as a runaway]].
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* AdaptationalHeroism: In a superslinger2007 / LF Productions mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer than in their source material.
* AdaptationalVillainy: However, the Opposition Members, as well as the Hostiles, are said to hate the Fugitive so much, their personality went out of whack. Member #6 went through this so hard in Op/Res, she started shooting people into comas. See also Enemy Mine below.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalNiceGuy: In a superslinger2007 / LF Productions mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer than in their source material.
* AdaptationalVillainy: AdaptationalVillainy / AdaptationalJerkass: However, the Opposition Members, as well as the Hostiles, are said to hate the Fugitive so much, their personality went out of whack. Member #6 went through this so hard in Op/Res, she started shooting people into comas. See also Enemy Mine below.



** The 2014 holiday short was meant to be done by Christmas and then by New Year's, but family events and technical difficulties happened. This is even pointed out by the song clip at the beginning.
** Ep 5 takes place after ep 4, from May 18 to a few days afterwards. However, it is assumed production of the video episode, if it ever happens, will take a long time, too.
** As of January 2016, the novel chapter releases seem like they were dialed back to every four weeks. It was subverted with episode 8 chapter 3a's release, though it's shorter than either of its preceding two chapters. Each segment of chapter 3 is likewise released every 1-2 weeks.

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** The 2014 holiday short was meant to be done by Christmas and then by New Year's, but family events and technical difficulties happened. This is even pointed out by [[Music/BonJovi the song clip clip]] (CoveredUp) at the beginning.
** Ep 5 takes place after ep 4, from May 18 to a few days afterwards. However, it is assumed production of the video episode, if it ever happens, will take a long time, too.
afterwards.
** As of January 2016, the novel chapter releases seem seemed like they were dialed back to every four weeks. It was subverted with episode 8 chapter 3a's release, though it's shorter than either of its preceding two chapters. Each segment of chapter 3 is was likewise released every 1-2 weeks.
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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: This "fictionalized dramatization of actual events" is still heavily so. All characters are fictional counterparts, and nothing takes place in any actual real-life settings.

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* VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory: This "fictionalized dramatization of actual events" is still heavily so. All characters are fictional counterparts, and nothing takes place in any actual real-life settings. [[spoiler:Except for that scene with Lucy and Nico in a New Story episode, which does take place in a real location.]]
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