History Tropers / Superslinger2007

11th May '17 6:40:19 PM superslinger2007
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* TheNewAdventures: It's named "the new Opposition/Resurrection", although this is a remake of it (with 2017-era influences) rather than a sequel.
8th May '17 7:22:54 PM superslinger2007
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* AdaptationalHeroism: As a superslinger2007 mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer.

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* AdaptationalHeroism: As a superslinger2007 mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer.nicer than in their source material.



* BigSisterInstinct: In ep 2, Kyoko tried to attack Opposition member #2 after the latter incaps Sayaka, but her spear got nerfed badly.

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* BigSisterInstinct: In ep 2, Kyoko tried to attack Opposition member #2 after the latter incaps her close buddy Sayaka, but her spear got nerfed badly.



*** However, [[AdaptaionalVillainy the inversion of that last bit]] is in play for Op/Res due to the Opposition and its SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome.

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*** However, [[AdaptaionalVillainy [[AdaptationalVillainy the inversion of that last bit]] is in play for Op/Res due to the Opposition and its SuddenSequelHeelSyndrome.



* CriticalResearchFailure: Whether it's due to the whole Franchise/DisneyPrincess thing or the FridgeBrilliance of the Fugitive becoming slowly unhinged, he keeps calling Elsa, a queen, "Her Highness" instead of "Majesty". This '''will''' be fixed in Opposed!.

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* CriticalResearchFailure: Whether it's due to misunderstandings around the whole Franchise/DisneyPrincess thing or the FridgeBrilliance of the Fugitive becoming slowly unhinged, he keeps calling Elsa, a queen, "Her Highness" instead of "Majesty". This '''will''' be fixed in Opposed!.
8th May '17 7:12:56 PM superslinger2007
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* AdaptationNameChange: Downplayed. Homura's doppelganger from a BadFuture is referred to as Towa, but it's just a nickname.

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* AdaptationNameChange: Downplayed. Homura's temporal doppelganger from a BadFuture is referred to as Towa, but it's just a nickname.



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



* DevelopmentHell: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 is taking three months (and counting) to make.

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* DevelopmentHell: Since the announcement poster, Opposed! episode 1 is taking three four months (and counting) to make.



* IntroOnlyPointOfView: A new prologue has been added to Opposed! episode 1.



** 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 are known in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].

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** 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 are known were established when Mio Akiyama met Homura Akemi in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].



* ScheduleSlip: ''Opposed!'' episode 1 has been delayed from its originally planned release date of April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack in the original Op/Res series.

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* ScheduleSlip: ''Opposed!'' episode 1 has been was delayed from its originally planned release date of April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack in the original Op/Res series.series. It is set for around the 4th anniversary of the original and non-canon ''Opposition/Resurrection''[='=]s [[MeaningfulReleaseDate episode 1 premiere date]] of May 16.



* SpeaksInShoutouts: In Opposed!, the Fugitive will [[WaxingLyrical quote songs]] from time to time.

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* SpeaksInShoutouts: In Opposed!, the Fugitive will start [[WaxingLyrical quote quoting songs]] and other things from time to time.
8th May '17 7:03:08 PM superslinger2007
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The [[AlterEgoActing Internet Persona (character)]] was mostly an [[CaptainErsatz Ersatz]] of Darth Vader around a private finalization back in late 2006-March 17, 2007 as a CostumeCopycat, and has since gotten an ExpansionPackPast-style DivergentCharacterEvolution with a MysteriousPast. A figurative [[EmpireWithADarkSecret Imperial With Many Dark Secrets]], he self-created six Psyche-Locks (the sixth being irregular and having the Empire emblem). An investigation was launched for yet another secret in 2010-2011. The persona's Vader mask still remained [[MorphicResonance in his virtual vector form]], after his yet-untold final physical death, and he believed that [[PinkIsForSissies pink was a threatening color]].

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The [[AlterEgoActing Internet Persona (character)]] was mostly an [[CaptainErsatz Ersatz]] of Darth Vader around a private finalization back in late 2006-March 17, 2007 as a CostumeCopycat, and has since gotten an ExpansionPackPast-style DivergentCharacterEvolution with a MysteriousPast. A figurative [[EmpireWithADarkSecret Imperial With Many Dark Secrets]], he self-created six Psyche-Locks (the sixth being irregular and having the Empire emblem). An investigation was launched for yet another secret in 2010-2011. The persona's Vader mask still remained [[MorphicResonance in his virtual vector form]], after his yet-untold final physical death, and he the persona believed that [[PinkIsForSissies pink was a threatening color]].



* TheManBehindTheMonsters: Opposition Member #3, Neru Akita, is the humanoid behind her death-threat-spewing FacelessGoons.



* MauveShirt: The Time Police officer with yellow glowing lenses on his gasmask, who was apparently second-in-command to Asahina in Op/Res. Last seen collapsed on the floor after helping some people teleport into Nova Prospekt to rescue other people.



* MetaFic: Variation. This is apparently based on actual delusions from 2012-2013 and a large part of it was inspired by the Otafest convention, even from those years' dark times. Plans are being made to create more distance for mental-trauma reasons, though events in 2015 did not help matters.

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* MetaFic: Variation. This is apparently based on actual delusions from 2012-2013 and a large part of it was inspired by the local Otafest convention, even from those years' dark times. Plans are being made to create more distance for mental-trauma reasons, though events in 2015 did not help matters.



* MookLieutenant: The gasmasked Time Police officer with glowing yellow lenses.



** If there was a way to concentrate this using only a pistol... ''and'' time-stopping powers, episode 3 first shows how. ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, after all. It's like that one time when Kyubey was riddled with bullet holes.

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** If there was a way to concentrate this using only a pistol... ''and'' time-stopping powers, episode 3 first shows how. ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill, after all. It's like that one time when Kyubey was riddled with bullet holes.



* OneMarioLimit: Having the five ''MadokaMagica'' girls would imply that their SixthRanger would appear... Unfortunately, [[{{Anime/Free}} Nagisa Hazuki]], the wrong Nagisa, shows up first in Op/Res 3, and [[spoiler:Nagisa Momoe joins in Op/Res 7 only ''after'' one of the five girls is sent into a coma.]]

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* OneMarioLimit: Having the five ''MadokaMagica'' girls would imply that their SixthRanger would appear... Unfortunately, However, [[{{Anime/Free}} Nagisa Hazuki]], the wrong Nagisa, shows up first in Op/Res 3, and [[spoiler:Nagisa Momoe joins in Op/Res 7 only ''after'' one of the five girls is sent into a coma.]]



** The names of cameo characters are often left unsaid in the rapid montages and in the Op/Res 6 prologue. Only their clothes and hairstyles are described. This is {{justified|Trope}}: the video equivalents of these episodes would do the same thing and just show a lot of characters waving at the camera, in order to emulate the actual private recordings.

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** The names of cameo characters are often left unsaid in the rapid montages of inhibitor footage and in the Op/Res 6 prologue. Only their clothes and hairstyles are described. This is {{justified|Trope}}: the video equivalents of these episodes would do would've done the same thing and just show showed a lot of characters waving at the camera, in order to emulate the actual private recordings.



* PoliceAreUseless: Some of the officers are the Combine Metropolice from ''VideoGame/HalfLife 2''. They invite Engineer for a witness interview in episode 5, wear gasmasks, and are later revealed to be part of the TimePolice. Since episode 6, these officers aim to arrest some innocent people.

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* PoliceAreUseless: Some of the officers are look like the Combine Metropolice from ''VideoGame/HalfLife 2''. They invite Engineer for a witness interview in episode 5, wear gasmasks, and are later revealed to be part of the TimePolice. Since episode 6, these officers aim to arrest some innocent people.



* ThePrettyGuysAreStronger: Within the [=ResMov=], the younger and cuter Madoka Magica girls tend to outpace the older and gruffer Team Fortress mercs.



* RoyalRapier: They are referred to as swords for sake of simplicity.
** Sayaka continues to use hers.
** The Lambent Light, a light greenish blue sword, was stolen and is currently in the Opposition leader's possession. As of Op/Res 3, Asuna is seeking assistance in getting it back.

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* RoyalRapier: They are referred to as swords for sake of simplicity.
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** Sayaka continues to use hers.
has cutlasses she can summon at will.
** The Lambent Light, a Asuna's light greenish blue sword, greenish-blue {{weapon of choice}}, was stolen and is currently in by the Opposition leader's possession. As of Op/Res 3, Asuna is seeking assistance in getting it back.Leader.



* RuleOfDrama: Seems to be in great effect, as now the Resurrection Movement must now deal with a new group of potential antagonists as well as the Opposition, and consider the commands of [[MissionControlIsOffItsMeds a Fugitive who's been acting strangely]].

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* RuleOfDrama: Seems to be in great effect, as now the Resurrection Movement must now deal later deals with a new group of potential antagonists people of interest as well as the Opposition, and consider the commands of [[MissionControlIsOffItsMeds a Fugitive who's been acting strangely]].


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* MaliciousMisnaming: The Fugitive refers to each of the seven Opposition Members a nickname in the remake.
27th Apr '17 10:35:51 AM superslinger2007
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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.

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* ActorAllusion: ActorAllusion:
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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.



** 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 are known in the ss07 mashups.

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** 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 are known in the ss07 mashups. A teaser concept picture can be seen [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/827980158300672000 here]].
27th Apr '17 10:23:09 AM superslinger2007
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* MeaningfulReleaseDate: ''Opposed!'' episode 1's release date is planned for April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack on [[spoiler:Pyro and Demoman]] in the original Op/Res series.


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* ScheduleSlip: ''Opposed!'' episode 1 has been delayed from its originally planned release date of April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack in the original Op/Res series.
21st Apr '17 7:29:50 AM superslinger2007
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* HeyItsThatVoice: Used to allow characters to speak in certain character's voices, such as Mami Tomoe speaking in Mifuyu Kiba's voice, even going into some RetroactiveRecognition research for some episodes.



* ManipulativeEditing: As per the norm in the ss07 series, existing audio lines are rearranged, even if it means having to borrow them from [[HeyItsThatVoice soundalike characters]]. Even the web novels were written meticulously in terms of character lines, because existing lines must be used.

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* ManipulativeEditing: As per the norm in the ss07 series, existing audio lines are rearranged, even if it means having to borrow them from [[HeyItsThatVoice soundalike characters]].characters. Even the web novels were written meticulously in terms of character lines, because existing lines must be used.



** Jack's affinity for a local convention, mixed in with regular rotating interests, leads to random cameos by characters such as [[TheSlenderManMythos Slenderman]], Film/IronMan, [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers Green Ranger]], and a [[VideoGame/BioShock2 Little Sister]], similar to CODE RED, not to mention giving ''so much screentime'' to Homura and Mami that [[SerendipityWritesThePlot they end up running out of their own lines]] and have to [[HeyItsThatVoice speak in other characters' voices]].

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** Jack's affinity for a local convention, mixed in with regular rotating interests, leads to random cameos by characters such as [[TheSlenderManMythos Slenderman]], Film/IronMan, [[MightyMorphinPowerRangers Green Ranger]], and a [[VideoGame/BioShock2 Little Sister]], similar to CODE RED, not to mention giving ''so much screentime'' to Homura and Mami that [[SerendipityWritesThePlot they end up running out of their own lines]] and have to [[HeyItsThatVoice speak in other characters' voices]].voices.



* VoicesAreMental: Variation. A character will tend to speak in another character's voice, usually without any switcheroos involved, and ''only'' [[HeyItsThatVoice if both characters are voiced by the same actress]].

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* VoicesAreMental: Variation. A character will tend to speak in another character's voice, usually without any switcheroos involved, and ''only'' [[HeyItsThatVoice if both characters are voiced by the same actress]].actress.
21st Apr '17 7:22:14 AM superslinger2007
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* MeaningfulReleaseDate: ''Opposed!'' episode 1's release date is planned for April 26, 2017, the date of the Opposition's first onscreen attack on [[spoiler:Pyro and Demoman]] in the original Op/Res series.
7th Apr '17 4:14:18 AM superslinger2007
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'''superslinger2007''' may refer to the real-life person known as the fugitive user, or the online Internet Persona with a Vader mask. The name stemmed from a Lego {{Franchise/BIONICLE}} minigame from the Game Boy Advance game "Quest for the Toa" and, due to lack of ideas, was a LineOfSightName.

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'''superslinger2007''' may refer refers to either the real-life person known as the fugitive user, or the online Internet Persona with a Vader mask. The name stemmed from a Lego {{Franchise/BIONICLE}} minigame from the Game Boy Advance game "Quest for the Toa" and, due to lack of ideas, was a LineOfSightName.



* TheArtifact: Kyubey is always seen with [[Manga/KOn Ritsu]] rather than the Holy Quintet girls. This element that kicked off Op/Res's predecessor, ''inhibitor filler'', may be justifiable because Kyubey may be trying to convert Ritsu all this time, or the fact that [[DoppelgangerCrossover nothing can stop characters who sound the same from meeting up]].

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* TheArtifact: TheArtifact:
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Kyubey is always seen with [[Manga/KOn Ritsu]] rather than the Holy Quintet girls. This element that kicked off Op/Res's predecessor, ''inhibitor filler'', may be justifiable because Kyubey may be constantly trying to convert Ritsu all this time, Ritsu, or the fact that [[DoppelgangerCrossover nothing can stop characters who sound the same from meeting up]].up]].
** [[{{Music/Vocaloid}} Miku]] using green-onion-shaped missiles in her arsenal, even though by 2013 it's a throwaway relic from a pair of actual 2007-era Vocaloid music videos that inspired the CODE RED mashups.
** Said missiles still [[{{Roboteching}} turn around in midair]] for a boost in speed due to an animation error in a CODE RED episode. This may be finally {{retcon}}ned in ''Opposed!''.



** The prelude and episode 1 began with "This series is a {{dramatization}} of actual events" before it was corrected in ep 2 to "a fictionalized dramatization". It also has this statement, which had been updated since episode 5 to reflect recent events:

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** The prelude and episode 1 began with "This series is a {{dramatization}} of actual events" before it was corrected in ep 2 to "a fictionalized dramatization". It also has this the following statement, which had been updated since episode 5 to reflect recent events:events at the time:



** Because ep 3 contains a flashback sequence depicting interpretations of events from April-Dec. 2013 and a post-battle scene affected by plot shakeups, this part goes on to state that "It is not meant to be an accurate retelling." This has been kept in later episodes.

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** Because ep 3 contains a flashback sequence depicting interpretations of events from April-Dec. 2013 and a post-battle scene affected by plot shakeups, this part goes on to state that "It is not meant to be an accurate retelling." This has had been kept in later episodes.



** Episodes 3-7 and the first two Christmas shorts add a new separate disclaimer stating that ideas expressed "do not reflect the views of Jack Y. after November 30, 2013" due to a delusion that since ended. "[The people at Otafest] are really awesome", after all. This has been changed to "after May 17, 2015" in episode 7 and, due to unfortunate events, removed in episode 8.

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** Episodes 3-7 and the first two Christmas shorts add a new separate disclaimer stating that ideas expressed "do not reflect the views of Jack Y. after November 30, 2013" due to a delusion that since ended. "[The "[That local convention and the people at Otafest] there] are really awesome", after all. This has been changed to "after May 17, 2015" in episode 7 and, due to unfortunate events, removed in episode 8.



* TheArtifact: There are bound to be some from the original Op/Res series, including the original disclaimer of "This is a fictionalized {{dramatization}} of [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory actual events]]".

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* TheArtifact: There are bound to be some from the original Op/Res series, including series (and the CODE RED mashups):
** Op/Res's
original disclaimer of ThisIsAWorkOfFiction notice, "This series is a fictionalized {{dramatization}} of [[VeryLooselyBasedOnATrueStory actual events]]".
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* AdaptationalVillainy: 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: As a superslinger2007 mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer.
* AdaptationalVillainy: The 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.



* AdaptaionalHeroism: As a superslinger2007 mashup crossover, characters tend to be nicer. However, the characters assigned to the Opposition and the Hostiles seem to [[AdaptationalVillainy go the other way]].
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