History Tropers / Superslinger2007

21st Aug '17 9:16:28 AM superslinger2007
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* PortentOfDoom / BadMoonRising (PlanetSpaceship): The Death Star II is back in the sky for the first two episodes, signalling a month-long RaceAgainstTheClock before it decides to blow up the Earth. Again. Of course, like in the mashups of old, it eventually makes [[TotalEclipseOfThePlot a solar eclipse]]. The... psychopath'''''s''''' are defeated in episode 2 or banished in an episode 3 flashback, prompting the Death Star to leave Earth orbit.

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* PortentOfDoom / BadMoonRising (PlanetSpaceship): The Death Star II is back in the sky for the first two episodes, signalling a month-long RaceAgainstTheClock before it decides to blow up the Earth. Again. Of course, like in the mashups of old, it eventually makes [[TotalEclipseOfThePlot a its own kind of solar eclipse]]. The... psychopath'''''s''''' are defeated in episode 2 or banished in an episode 3 flashback, prompting the Death Star to leave Earth orbit.



** Ep 2: Homura hurts her eyes from wearing her glasses and looking at the solar Death Star eclipse, causing her to stay out of confronting Opposition member #2.

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** Ep 2: Homura hurts her eyes from wearing her glasses and looking at the solar Death Star II eclipse, causing her to stay out of confronting Opposition member #2.Member #2. The Death Star II, being smaller than Earth's moon and not fully spherical, would still let sunlight past its frame.



* TotalEclipseOfThePlot: As in the old mashups, once the Death Star causes a solar eclipse, it may be too late. In Op/Res 2, though, the psychopath'''''s''''' were defeated just in time.

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* TotalEclipseOfThePlot: As in the old mashups, once the Death Star causes a its own kind of solar eclipse, it may be too late. In Op/Res 2, though, the psychopath'''''s''''' were defeated just in time.
18th Aug '17 4:05:48 AM superslinger2007
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** The exceptions to this in Opposed! include Rena's hatchet, Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, and the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception.
** 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).

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** 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.
** 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 gun violence.


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* GoryDiscretionShot: Happens when characters shoot guns at offscreen opponents due to MMD usage rules. There were already some in the original Op/Res.
18th Aug '17 3:52:31 AM superslinger2007
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* BloodlessCarnage: The exceptions to this in Opposed! include Rena's hatchet, Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, and the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception. Otherwise, it is {{enforced|Trope}} by MMD community rules, so no blood is seen on anyone.

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* BloodlessCarnage: BloodlessCarnage:
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The exceptions to this in Opposed! include Rena's hatchet, Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, and the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception. RuleOfPerception.
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Otherwise, it is {{enforced|Trope}} by MMD community rules, so virtually no blood is seen on anyone.any characters, especially those who are rendered with that program and composited (and thus cannot be sprayed with blood).
18th Aug '17 3:28:04 AM superslinger2007
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* SoundEffectBleep: Enforced due to MMD community rules to go for a lower rating. This unfortunately does mean that characters like Stocking have to be bleeped or interrupted with inhibitor signal scrambles, in order to offset the liberal use of mostly {{bloodless|Carnage}} gun violence in Opposed!.
18th Aug '17 3:13:27 AM superslinger2007
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** Not outright stated, but Mami prefers to summon muskets instead of using her ribbon powers in Op/Res.

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** Not outright stated, but Mami prefers to summon muskets instead of using her more versatile ribbon powers in Op/Res.



** After Op/Res ep 3's battle, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Serah Farron]] slapping [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Homura]]. ...Without her gloves on. This reveal even got a screenshot in the Otafest debriefings REDUX in June 2014 because it was inspired by [[RewindReplayRepeat that infamous May 14, 2012 newscast]]. However, the events of [5161814]: overtime and code51515 will reduce the severity of this negative influence.
** Serah and two other characters are called Hostiles by the Fugitive. They are [[CreatorBreakdown based on a biased ideology]] of allowing some people become TheOneThatGotAway in a manner of CantGetAwayWithNuthin in May 2014. Jack finally resolved this issue during code51515 with a few lucky meetups; this had yet to affect the story before it was cancelled and remade.

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** After Op/Res ep 3's battle, [[VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII Serah Farron]] slapping [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Homura]]. ...Without her gloves on. This reveal even got a screenshot in the Otafest debriefings REDUX in June 2014 because it was inspired by [[RewindReplayRepeat that infamous May 14, 2012 newscast]]. However, the The events of [5161814]: overtime and code51515 will reduce would've reduced the severity of this negative influence.
** Serah Ms. Farron and two other characters are called Hostiles "hostiles" by the Fugitive. They are [[CreatorBreakdown based on a biased ideology]] of allowing some people become TheOneThatGotAway in a manner of CantGetAwayWithNuthin in May 2014. Jack finally resolved this issue during code51515 with a few lucky meetups; this had yet to affect the story before it was cancelled and remade.



** Downplayed, though not without effects. Early on in ep 3, Homura begins to have a headache after locking eyes with her temporal doppelganger. At the end of the episode, Homura passes out from seeing her again. Admittedly, she did just get glomp-tackled to the ground by accident.

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** Downplayed, though not without effects.Downplayed. Early on in ep 3, Homura begins to have a headache after locking eyes with her temporal doppelganger. At the end of the episode, Homura passes out from seeing her again. Admittedly, she did just get glomp-tackled to the ground by accident.



** [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII Lumina]] in ep 3 compared to the other anime-styled or cartoon-styled characters. [[SerendipityWritesThePlot There is no available anime-styled 3D model of this character]], so she appears [[UncannyValley a bit too realistic]] compared to the other characters. Measures have been taken to mitigate any UncannyValley tendencies by continuing to use smooth motions, and avoiding moments where she's perfectly still for too long.

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** [[VideoGame/LightningReturnsFinalFantasyXIII Lumina]] in ep 3 compared to the other anime-styled or cartoon-styled characters. [[SerendipityWritesThePlot There is no available anime-styled 3D model of this character]], so she appears [[UncannyValley a bit too realistic]] compared to the other characters. Measures have been taken to mitigate any UncannyValley odd tendencies by continuing to use smooth motions, and avoiding moments where she's perfectly still for too long.



** Some characters have been shifted ''into'' an anime-style look for Op/Res. Aside from Vanellope's involuntary teenage forms, there are characters from the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' trilogy that became a divisive rotating interest for a while.

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** Some characters have been shifted ''into'' an anime-style look for Op/Res. Aside from Vanellope's involuntary teenage forms, there are characters from the ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'' trilogy that became a divisive rotating interest for a while.trilogy.



** There have been enough clues on social media in mid-2015 just before the code51515 outings to declare that Opposition Member #6 has been subject to this trope. However, said outings led to a positive outcome in regard to that influence. This will be depicted in the remake.

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** There have been enough clues on social media in mid-2015 just before the code51515 outings to declare that Opposition Member #6 has been subject to this trope. However, said outings led to a positive outcome in regard to that influence. This will be depicted finally shown in the remake.



* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The status quo has changed for future episodes, starting with Op/Res episode 3.

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* NothingIsTheSameAnymore: The status quo has changed for future episodes, episodes starting with Op/Res episode 3.



** Since episode 4, Op/Res was made in text form on the superslinger2007 Jimdo website, much like the ''CODE RED'' mashups' finale in its dedicated Blogger site. This is due to technical difficulties regarding ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' load times, the [5161814]: overtime mission on November 29, 2014, university work, and as a way to try to alleviate [[CreatorBreakdown love/hate grudges and loss of faith Jack had of people]] throughout 2015.

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** Since episode 4, Op/Res was made in text form on the superslinger2007 Jimdo website, much like the ''CODE RED'' mashups' finale in its dedicated Blogger site. This is due to technical difficulties regarding including ''VideoGame/GarrysMod'' load times, the [5161814]: overtime mission on November 29, 2014, university work, and as a way to try to alleviate [[CreatorBreakdown love/hate grudges and loss of faith Jack had of people]] throughout 2015.






** Steadily increased by the end of episode 2 as Black Rock Shooter decided to attack the team before saluting them, and then attacking them again in ep 3.

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** Steadily increased by the end of episode 2 as Zigzagged with Black Rock Shooter decided to attack Shooter. In ep 2, she attacked the team before casually saluting them, and then attacking attacked them again in ep 3.



* OnceMoreWithClarity: "Discovering a secret meeting", a preview released on Nov. 14, 2015, was written with this trope in mind. However, ''Op/Res''[='=]s cancellation prevented its corresponding episode from being made.

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* OnceMoreWithClarity: "Discovering a secret meeting", a preview released on Nov. 14, 2015, was written with this trope in mind. However, ''Op/Res''[='=]s cancellation prevented its corresponding episode from being made.



* OutOfCharacterMoment: Near the end of Op/Res 3, Serah slaps Homura in the face and berates the team. This is the moment that brands Serah an apparent Hostile for the next few episodes.

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* OutOfCharacterMoment: Near the end of Op/Res 3, Serah slaps Homura in the face and berates the team.face. This is the moment that brands Serah an apparent Hostile for the next few episodes.



* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: The Anti-Fugitive Pact would've invoked this. This is mostly due to actual events that would up putting Op/Res into hiatus instead.

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* PlotMandatedFriendshipFailure: The Anti-Fugitive Pact would've invoked this. This is mostly due to actual events that would wound up putting cancelling Op/Res into hiatus instead.



* PointOfDivergence:

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* PointOfDivergence:PointOfDivergence: Assuming Op/Res is an alternate reality:


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* BloodlessCarnage: The exceptions to this in Opposed! include Rena's hatchet, Scout's Flying Guillotine cleavers, and the Fugitive's alternate-timeline suicide due to RuleOfPerception. Otherwise, it is {{enforced|Trope}} by MMD community rules, so no blood is seen on anyone.


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* ChekhovMIA: See Present Absence.
17th Aug '17 11:50:09 PM superslinger2007
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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: Yuudachi's appearance in Op/Res happened 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.

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* AccidentallyCorrectWriting: Yuudachi's appearance Yuudachi appeared in Op/Res happened 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.



* BroadStrokes: The events of at least the ''CODE RED'' written adaptation finale are being treated as such, and the original events of ''Op/Res'' are being tweaked with a 2017-era mentality.

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* BroadStrokes: The events of at least the ''CODE RED'' RED: the written adaptation adaptation'' finale are being treated as such, and the original events of ''Op/Res'' are being tweaked with a 2017-era mentality.



* CompressedAdaptation: Zigzagged. In the remake. the main plot has been shorted into eight episodes from Op/Res's original twelve, but there are some New Story {{Filler}} episodes that take place between some of the main-plot episodes.

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* CompressedAdaptation: Zigzagged. In the remake. remake, the main Op/Res plot has been shorted shortened into eight episodes from Op/Res's the original planned twelve, but there are some New Story {{Filler}} episodes that take place between some of the main-plot episodes.



* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken over seven 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.
* DoppelgangerCrossover: Being a ss07 mashup, characters voiced by the same people will meet up. If things go well, the remake may go into the story arcs that involve the ActorAllusion entourages.

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* DevelopmentHell / TroubledProduction: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 has taken over seven eight 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.
* DoppelgangerCrossover: Being a ss07 mashup, characters voiced by the same people will meet up. If things go well, the remake may go into the story arcs that involve Some of them form the ActorAllusion entourages.



** The Lost Fugitive. No one's called him by his real name in ''years''.

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** The Lost Fugitive. No one's called him by his real name in months, soon to be ''years''.



** InUniverse, characters might begin to form some entourages of their own after seeing Yuki and Tsukasa's, Asuna's, and France's groups.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Two words in each episode title; one or both of the words has an "ən" sound, kinda like in "Opposition" or "Resurrection".

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** InUniverse, characters might begin to form some voice-alike entourages of their own after seeing those led by Yuki and Tsukasa's, Asuna's, Tsukasa, Asuna, and France's groups.
France.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Two words in each episode title; one or both of the words has an "ən" sound, kinda like in the words "Opposition" or "Resurrection".



** He even starts to use "runaways" for characters who have doubts about joining the only remaining "good" force against the worst fears imaginable.
* MilestoneCelebration: If not for OldShame, ''Opposed!'' is being made for superslinger2007's 10th anniversary.

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** He even starts to use "runaways" for characters who have doubts about joining the only remaining "good" force who's proven themselves against the worst fears imaginable.
* MilestoneCelebration: If not for OldShame, ''Opposed!'' is being made for superslinger2007's 10th anniversary.anniversary relaunch as [=LostFugitive=] Productions.



** The new faction in Opposed!, Blazing Swords, is named very closely to what some people call the video game ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified because [[spoiler:one of the faction members in Opposed! has a lightsaber, a sword that glows brightly and can burn through anything; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].

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** The A new faction in Opposed!, Blazing Swords, is named very closely to what some people call the video game ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified because [[spoiler:one of the faction members in Opposed! has a lightsaber, a sword that glows brightly and can burn through anything; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].



** On that note, in a scene set in 2013, instead of the Slenderman cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the scene has the first random character that the time-screw teleports warp in, next to a surprised Homura. 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 Akemi]] in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].
** Based on serious tweets made on April 1, 2017, [[Anime/KantaiCollection Mutsuki]], who already existed since April 2013, might show up looking for Asuna. Similarly to the above, Mutsuki was dubbed four years after her in-game debut, and two years after the source anime premiered.

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** On that note, in a scene set 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.
** In episode 1,
instead of the Slenderman Homura seeing Slenderman's cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the scene has the first she will see a different random character that the time-screw teleports warp in, next to a surprised Homura. 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 Akemi]] Homura]] in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].
** Based on serious tweets made on April 1, 2017, [[Anime/KantaiCollection Mutsuki]], who already existed since April 2013, might show up looking for Asuna. Similarly to the above, Mutsuki was dubbed four years after her in-game debut, and two years after the source anime premiered.
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* MaliciousMisnaming: The Fugitive refers to each of the seven Opposition Members by a NameToRunAwayFromReallyFast in the remake.

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* MaliciousMisnaming: MaliciousMisnaming / NicknamingTheEnemy:
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The Fugitive refers to each of the seven Opposition Members by a NameToRunAwayFromReallyFast in the remake.remake, to enforce the idea they want him dead.
** He even starts to use "runaways" for characters who have doubts about joining the only remaining "good" force against the worst fears imaginable.
16th Aug '17 3:53:04 PM superslinger2007
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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 that potentially want the Fugitive dead.

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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 characters that potentially want the Fugitive dead.



* ContinuityReboot: Ignores the events of inhibitor filler and aims to remake Op/Res with new influences and mentalities.

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* ContinuityReboot: Ignores the events of inhibitor filler and aims to remake Op/Res with new 2017-era influences and mentalities.


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* EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep / OnlyKnownByTheirNickname:
** The mercenaries from ''Team Fortress 2''.
** The Lost Fugitive. No one's called him by his real name in ''years''.


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* TheyCallHimSword: The characters in the Blazing Swords faction when referred to as a whole.
16th Aug '17 3:25:08 AM superslinger2007
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** Ep 5: Several characters going into a coma from brutal but non-lethal [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] is also an example of this, as promised by the shakeups and the Otafest debriefings REDUX.

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** Ep 5: Several characters going into a coma comas from brutal but non-lethal [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] is also an example of this, as promised by the shakeups and the Otafest debriefings REDUX.



* SelfInsertFic: Technically a heavily fictionalized version of a delusional "fugitive of society" torn out of "June-Dec. 2012 and April-May 2013", but still. "Just as not everybody loves and adores a person in real life, they're not all going to love and adore them in a fanfic, either."

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* SelfInsertFic: Technically a heavily fictionalized version of a delusional "fugitive of society" torn out of "June-Dec. 2012 and April-May 2013", 2013" etc, but still. "Just as not everybody loves and adores a person in real life, they're not all going to love and adore them in a fanfic, either."



* SerendipityWritesThePlot: Available models in MMD or [=GMod=], as well as accessibility to clips, can influence cameos and storylines, {{Nerf}} down magical weaponry, or affect a character's appearance in the mashups.

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* SerendipityWritesThePlot: Available models in in, or ported to, MMD or [=GMod=], as well as accessibility to clips, can influence cameos and storylines, {{Nerf}} down magical weaponry, or affect a character's appearance in the mashups.



* TheArtifact: There are bound to be some from the original Op/Res series (and the CODE RED mashups):

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* TheArtifact: There are bound to be some from the original Op/Res series (and the CODE RED mashups):



* AuthorAppeal: 2017-era influences affect what happens in this remake.

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* AuthorAppeal: 2017-era influences and interests affect what happens in this remake.



* BasedOnAGreatBigLie: Even more so than the original Op/Res! Real-life paranoia in 2017 led to Opposed! having "New Story" episodes and new factions that potentially want the Fugitive dead.

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* BasedOnAGreatBigLie: Even more so than the original Op/Res! Real-life Extreme levels of real-life paranoia in 2017 led to Opposed! having "New Story" episodes and new factions that potentially want the Fugitive dead.



** Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive", he's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this.
** The new faction in Opposed!, Blazing Swords, is named very closely to ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified because [[spoiler:one of the faction members in Opposed! has a lightsaber, a sword that glows brightly and can burn through anything; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].

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** Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive", he's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this.
** The new faction in Opposed!, Blazing Swords, is named very closely to what some people call the video game ''Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade''. Justified because [[spoiler:one of the faction members in Opposed! has a lightsaber, a sword that glows brightly and can burn through anything; plus, another word for "glowing" was required]].required]].
** An aversion: Because TheVoice in the original Op/Res was referred to so much as "The Fugitive", he's being formally renamed to "The Lost Fugitive". LF Productions, short for "[=LostFugitive=] Productions", is the result of this.
16th Aug '17 3:05:39 AM superslinger2007
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* FakeShemp: A staple for the ss07 mashups is using voice lines from existing source material. Op/Res is no exception.

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* FakeShemp: FakeShemp / StockFootage: : A staple for the ss07 mashups is using voice lines from existing source material. Op/Res is no exception.



* MrExposition: The Fugitive himself in both Op/Res and the Opposed! remake.



* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: Black Rock Shooter may have been the only revealed Opposition member to qualify for this due to apparent SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome, but then a character gone hostile with a less revealing, but still {{Stripperific}}, form-fitting outfit showed up.

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* SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains: SensibleHeroesSkimpyVillains:
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Black Rock Shooter may have been the only revealed Opposition member to qualify for this due to apparent SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome, but SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome.
** But
then Serah Farron, a character gone hostile with a less revealing, but still {{Stripperific}}, form-fitting outfit showed up.
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