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22nd Feb '17 12:55:20 PM superslinger2007
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* AlternateContinuity: ''Opposed!'' does not seem to follow the exact continuity of ''Op/Res''. For starters, mental inhibitor #2 is destroyed on Dec. 16, 2012 instead of Jan. 1, 2013.



* ContinuityReboot: Overlaps with being a remake that uses 2017-era mentalities.

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* ContinuityReboot: Overlaps A new continuity comes with being a remake that uses 2017-era mentalities.


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* {{Retcon}}: For starters, mental inhibitor #2 is destroyed on Dec. 16, 2012 instead of Jan. 1, 2013.
22nd Feb '17 12:47:10 PM superslinger2007
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* AlternateContinuity: ''Opposed!'' does not seem to follow the exact continuity of ''Op/Res''. For starters, mental inhibitor #2 is destroyed on Dec. 16, 2012 instead of Jan. 1, 2013.
6th Feb '17 12:16:11 AM superslinger2007
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* NobodyCanDie / NonLethalKO: Characters, Resurrection Movement and Opposition alike, have been incapacitated or defeated by attacks "that would absolutely kill any real person", including a DualWielding slash to the chest in ep 2, a {{BFG}} blast in eps 2 and 3, a [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill super-loud gunshot]] in ep 3, and [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] starting with episode 5. Defeated Opposition members are then banished "back where [they] came from" by a time screw teleport.

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* NobodyCanDie / NonLethalKO: Characters, Resurrection Movement and Opposition alike, have been incapacitated or defeated by attacks "that would absolutely kill any real person", '''any''' ordinary person otherwise", including a DualWielding slash to the chest in ep 2, a {{BFG}} blast in eps 2 and 3, a [[ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill super-loud gunshot]] in ep 3, and [[BoomHeadshot headshots]] starting with episode 5. Defeated Opposition members are then banished "back where [they] came from" by a time screw teleport.
5th Feb '17 11:45:07 PM superslinger2007
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* AccidentallyAccurate: Parts of the overall Op/Res story, [[DevelopmentHell which continues to be in development]], end up being somewhat parallel to these:
** Like in ''Madoka Magica: Rebellion'', the five magical girls are all loosely on the same side.

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* AccidentallyAccurate: Parts of the overall Op/Res story, [[DevelopmentHell which continues to be in development]], end up being somewhat parallel to these:
** Like in ''Madoka Magica: Rebellion'', the The five magical girls are all loosely on the same side.side, something that was official in ''Madoka Magica: Rebellion''.



** Certain characters made their cameos, but 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), around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release. Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, strongly implies an ActorAllusion may happen.

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** 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 to throw 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), around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release. Pauling). Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, strongly as well as Sasha's presence in said remake, implies an ActorAllusion may happen.they will talk to each other.



* AdaptationalVillainy / AdaptationPersonalityChange: 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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* AdaptationalVillainy / AdaptationPersonalityChange: 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.



* AnachronismStew: Due to PresentDayPast. For example:

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* AnachronismStew: Due to PresentDayPast.PresentDayPast, rotating interests, and callbacks to earlier ss07 mashups. For example:



* TheBadGuysAreCops: The TimePolice. Can be justified because their agenda is at odds with the Resurrection Movement's.

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* TheBadGuysAreCops: The TimePolice.TimePolice being a possible remnant of Combine CP forces. Can be justified because their agenda is at odds with the Resurrection Movement's.



** Homura seems to be able to carry a Portal turret around and hide it until necessary. She even returned Spy's Cloak and Dagger watch after reaching behind her shield in episode 2.

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** Homura seems to be able to carry a Portal turret around an Aperture Sentry Turret, which is a lot larger than her shield, and hide it until necessary. She even returned Spy's Cloak and Dagger watch after reaching behind her shield in episode 2.



* TheBigGuy: [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Heavy]] of the Codename Fortress mercs, but [[Disney/WreckItRalph Ralph]] still towers over him, as seen in Op/Res 3.

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* TheBigGuy: [[VideoGame/TeamFortress2 Heavy]] of the Codename Fortress mercs, but [[Disney/WreckItRalph Ralph]] still towers over him, as seen in an Op/Res 3.3 cameo.



** In the blog post "[=ResMov=] file: December 24", Engineer is seen with [[https://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Roboot a prosthetic left foot made of sentry parts]]. This implies that Engineer would suffer a leg injury between the end of the published 1st half of episode 8 and the events of that blog post.

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** In the blog post "[=ResMov=] file: December 24", Engineer is seen with [[https://wiki.teamfortress.com/wiki/Roboot a prosthetic left foot made of sentry parts]]. This implies that Engineer would suffer a leg injury between the end of the published 1st half of episode 8 and the events of that blog post.



** Op/Res 4: The team deals with someone who is described as a [[{{WesternAnimation/Reboot}} "nostalgia virus"]] and had the ability to send glowing red energy from her hands. Instead, it's [[TheBully resident troll cyberbully]] [[{{Music/Vocaloid}} Neru Akita]] they're dealing with....

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** Op/Res 4: The team deals with someone who is described as a [[{{WesternAnimation/Reboot}} "nostalgia virus"]] and had the ability to send glowing red energy from her hands. Instead, it's [[TheBully resident troll cyberbully]] [[{{Music/Vocaloid}} Neru Akita]] they're dealing with....with, because [[AccidentallyAccurate Neru happens to have this attack in the fangame Miku'n Pop]].



-> The waves happened to be similar to the ones she made five months ago toward a blue-haired girl who had returned her black notebook.

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-> --> The waves happened to be similar to the ones she made five months ago toward a blue-haired girl who had returned her black notebook.



** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels are slipping into this.

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** Op/Res 4 was made into a web novel instead. It marked the first of such, but even the web novels are slipping slipped into this.
5th Feb '17 11:24:46 PM superslinger2007
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* NotSoDifferent: The splinter faction Dissociates were compared to the Opposition, and their leaders were to have swords that don't exactly belong to them:

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* NotSoDifferent: The splinter faction Dissociates were compared to the Opposition, and their leaders were to have swords that don't exactly belong to them: the Opposition has the stolen Lambent Light rapier, while the Dissociates' originator was to have found the Net Persona's old lightsaber.



** Before its cancellation, ''Op/Res''[='=]s finale was planned to be in an audio or visual form, yet it would've been kept private due to personal concerns.

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** Before its cancellation, ''Op/Res''[='=]s finale was planned to be in an audio or visual form, yet it would've would likely have been kept private due to personal concerns.



** As in ''CODE RED'', there is only one version of each of the characters, especially the ''Team Fortress 2'' mercs across both RED and BLU. Also, even though there are multiple cosplayers of a given character as encountered in real life, there is only one each of that character. After all, it's implied things would be very messed up "for there to be actually ''two'' of" someone" at the same time in the mashup story.

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** As in ''CODE RED'', there is only one version of each of the characters, especially the ''Team Fortress 2'' mercs across both RED and BLU. Also, even though there are multiple cosplayers of a given character as encountered in real life, there is only one each of that character. After all, it's implied things would be very messed up "for there to be actually ''two'' of" someone" someone at the same time in the mashup story.



* TheOneThatGotAway / MissedHimByThatMuch: Due to a pessimistic CantGetAwayWithNuthin mentality while making the ''Op/Res'' episodes, the Hostiles, a secondary group of three characters who initially oppose the team, have been written in solely based on this justification. However, there were catchup encounters in Nov. 2014 for [5161814]: overtime and in May 2015 during code51515.

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* TheOneThatGotAway / MissedHimByThatMuch: Due to a pessimistic CantGetAwayWithNuthin mentality while making the ''Op/Res'' episodes, the Hostiles, a secondary group of three characters who initially oppose the team, have had been written in solely based on this justification. However, there were catchup encounters in Nov. 2014 for [5161814]: overtime and in May 2015 during code51515.



* [[RageAgainstTheAuthor Rage Against the]] AuthorAvatar: The series was conceived upon this due to delusions about how Jack thought certain people wanted him dead at the time. (Not real.)

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* [[RageAgainstTheAuthor Rage Against the]] AuthorAvatar: The series was conceived upon this due to delusions about how Jack thought certain people wanted him dead at the time. (Not real.)



** code51515's lucky vigilance will also influence later Op/Res episodes. Plans are, however, being made to increase the "fiction" in "fictionalized {{dramatization}}".

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** code51515's lucky vigilance will also influence later would have influenced unmade Op/Res episodes. Plans are, however, were being made to increase the "fiction" in "fictionalized {{dramatization}}".



** The idea of a second Homura was considered even before ''Rebellion'' had local screenings. Encountering two or more cosplayers going as the same character over the years may have influenced the idea of having "two of the same character" in Op/Res, and then there's Homura being a time traveller with some added OurTimeTravelIsDifferent.

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** The idea of a second Homura was considered even before ''Rebellion'' had local screenings. Encountering two or more cosplayers going as the same character over the years may have influenced the idea of having "two of the same character" in Op/Res, and then there's Homura being a time traveller with some added OurTimeTravelIsDifferent.the nature of Homura's powers.



** The interventionary character's actions in ep 3 has subtext. It's connected to a cosplayer seen in the infamous May 14, 2012 newscast, and encountered in 2012-2013. This translated into one character from one series (Black Gold Saw) having SheFu somersault kicks usually performed by a different character in a different series (Lili from ''Tekken''). Unfortunately, she became a runaway that Jack gave up on, and BGS [[spoiler:will soon be eliminated by the Opposition]].
** Serah's ArmorPiercingSlap at the end of ep 3 also has subtext. She has been mainly [[CompositeCharacter inspired by the actions of two cosplayers]] met throughout the years (including their former status as [5161814] runaways and the conflict-resolving meetups during [5161814]: overtime and code51515), as well as an additional one during [5161814]. Serah is also connected to the infamous May 14, 2012 newscast, which explains why she doesn't have gloves in her Op/Res appearance.
** Op/Res 4: Engineer falling to his knees on March 24, 2014, after seeing footage of Sasha (not the gun) on the inhibitors, mirrors a real-life Twitter incident on March 24, 2014 at 7:21 pm MDT. Let's just say [[SignificantDoubleCasting Sasha was at an event from months prior to the incident and had a candy cane on her]], and someone or something decided to share that moment.
** In a cameo, WesternAnimation/ScaryGodmother sees [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Madoka]] walking alongside the [[Series/DoctorWho 11th Doctor]]. This refers to Scary Godmother's voice actress who visited on Nov. 29, 2013 (the date of the real-life fear/survival mission: overtime), as well as the cosplay objectives on that day in regards to the surrounding theatre screenings of ''The Day of the Doctor'' and ''Madoka: Rebellion''.

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** The interventionary character's actions in ep 3 has have subtext. It's connected to a cosplayer seen in the infamous May 14, 2012 newscast, and encountered in 2012-2013. This translated into one character from one series (Black Gold Saw) having SheFu somersault kicks usually performed by a different character in a different series (Lili from ''Tekken''). Unfortunately, she became a runaway that Jack gave up on, and BGS [[spoiler:will soon be [[spoiler:was eliminated by the Opposition]].
** Serah's ArmorPiercingSlap at the end of ep 3 also has subtext. She has been mainly [[CompositeCharacter inspired by the actions of two cosplayers]] met throughout the years (including their former status as [5161814] runaways and the conflict-resolving meetups during [5161814]: overtime and code51515), as well as an additional one during [5161814].code51515). Serah is also connected to the infamous May 14, 2012 newscast, which explains why she doesn't have gloves in her Op/Res appearance.
** Op/Res 4: Engineer falling to his knees on March 24, 2014, after seeing footage of Sasha (not the gun) on the inhibitors, mirrors a real-life Twitter incident on March 24, 2014 at 7:21 pm MDT. Let's just say [[SignificantDoubleCasting Sasha was at an event from months prior to the incident and had a candy cane on her]], and someone or something decided to unexpectedly share that moment.
** In a written cameo, WesternAnimation/ScaryGodmother sees [[Anime/PuellaMagiMadokaMagica Madoka]] walking alongside the [[Series/DoctorWho 11th Doctor]]. This refers to Scary Godmother's voice actress who visited on Nov. 29, 2013 (the date of the real-life fear/survival mission: overtime), as well as the cosplay objectives on that day in regards to the surrounding theatre screenings of ''The Day of the Doctor'' and ''Madoka: Rebellion''.



** '''As confirmed in a [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/546553397873106944 Dec. 20, 2014 tweet]]''': Characters who almost have the same voice suddenly get a whole lot of screentime. From shows of which Jack had the covers signed at Otafest, the characters arrive on the scene and begin to interact with the mashup series' protagonists. So, four years (in-story) after ''CODE RED'' introduced [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Yuki Nagato]], [[Manga/LuckyStar Tsukasa Hiiragi]], and their eventual travelling entourage, ''Op/Res'' will have [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline Asuna Yuuki]] bring in [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia France (Francis Bonnefoy)]] because they've been ''[[RealitySubtext cordially invited]]'' to [[InspiredBy another weekend gathering]], and [[VisualNovel/SteinsGate Rintaro Okabe/"Hououin Kyouma" brings in Suzuha Amane]] for help in confronting Kurisu Makise. Also, [[Manga/FairyTail Lucy Heartfilia]] changes her voice and brings in [[{{Anime/Free}} Rei Ryugazaki]] [[SerendipityWritesThePlot once he gets a jacket and shoes on]]. See ContinuityNod above for something similar regarding ''CODE RED'' and ''Op/Res''.
** As a proposed idea, the above information, as well as Luka putting on items that are replicas of those from YuuAsakawa's other characters, seems similar to when a bunch of Creator/MichelleRuff's characters showed up in CODE RED. Then again, the [5161814] final mission arguably served as book ends in respect to "special guests in shows that [Jack] did know" (SmallReferencePools), at least before overtime happened.

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** '''As confirmed in a [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/546553397873106944 Dec. 20, 2014 tweet]]''': Characters who almost have the same voice suddenly get a whole lot of screentime. From shows of which Jack had the covers signed at Otafest, the characters arrive on the scene and begin to interact with the mashup series' protagonists. So, four years (in-story) after ''CODE RED'' introduced [[LightNovel/HaruhiSuzumiya Yuki Nagato]], [[Manga/LuckyStar Tsukasa Hiiragi]], and their eventual travelling entourage, ''Op/Res'' will have [[LightNovel/SwordArtOnline Asuna Yuuki]] bring in [[Webcomic/AxisPowersHetalia France (Francis Bonnefoy)]] because they've been ''[[RealitySubtext cordially invited]]'' to [[InspiredBy another weekend gathering]], and [[VisualNovel/SteinsGate Rintaro Okabe/"Hououin Kyouma" brings in Suzuha Amane]] for help in confronting Kurisu Makise. Also, [[Manga/FairyTail Lucy Heartfilia]] changes her voice and brings in [[{{Anime/Free}} Rei Ryugazaki]] [[SerendipityWritesThePlot once if he gets a jacket and shoes on]]. See ContinuityNod above for something similar regarding ''CODE RED'' and ''Op/Res''.
** As a proposed idea, the above information, as well as Luka putting on items that are replicas of those from YuuAsakawa's Creator/YuuAsakawa's other characters, seems similar to when a bunch of Creator/MichelleRuff's characters showed up in CODE RED. Then again, the [5161814] final mission arguably served as book ends in respect to "special guests in shows that [Jack] did know" (SmallReferencePools), at least before overtime happened.



* RedEyesTakeWarning: The unnamed "girl with orange hair tied into a side ponytail" first described in Op/Res 7 does this in the "Discovering a secret meeting" preview.
* RedHerring: A freaking tank? [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/546155711793610752 This tweet]] implied the ''Left4Dead'' zombie, and Scout even notes the presence of a tank while on the computer in the Holiday short 2014. But Op/Res episode 6 (novel) states that [[Franchise/BlackRockShooter Strength]], Opposition Member #4, reminds Ellis of a Tank.

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: The unnamed "girl "[[Franchise/KagerouProject girl with orange hair tied into a side ponytail" ponytail]]" first described in Op/Res 7 does this in the "Discovering a secret meeting" preview.
* RedHerring: A freaking tank? [[https://twitter.com/superslinger07/status/546155711793610752 This tweet]] implied the ''Left4Dead'' zombie, and Scout even notes the presence of a tank while on the computer in the Holiday short 2014. But Op/Res episode 6 (novel) states that [[Franchise/BlackRockShooter Strength]], Opposition Member #4, #4 with big mechanical arms, reminds Ellis of a Tank.



** The [[RewindReplayRepeat infamous May 14, 2012 newscast]] had a major effect on the series and has been credited for it. For one thing, it justifies why Serah doesn't have her usual gloves on. ("That damn newscast" will affect future episodes, all because Jack still has a copy after it was taken offline as part of website redesigns and the news channel's [=YouTube=] account getting emptied (bringing to mind the trope, KeepCirculatingTheTapes).)

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** The [[RewindReplayRepeat infamous May 14, 2012 newscast]] had a major effect on the series and has been credited for it. For one thing, it justifies why Serah doesn't have her usual gloves on. ("That damn newscast" will affect future episodes, all because Jack still has a copy after it one of the only surviving copies. The video was taken offline offline, as part of website redesigns and the news channel's [=YouTube=] account getting emptied (bringing to mind the trope, KeepCirculatingTheTapes).)



** May 16, 2014's newscast wasn't as mind-blowing as the one two years prior, but Op/Res episodes 4 and 5 have Luka, Light, and Holy Rome show Engineer and friends this very newscast on TV. (Jack also has a copy of this one [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes just in case.]])
** May 14, 2015's newscast, listed in the credits for episode 7 and the preview "Discovering a secret meeting", may have something to do with one of the unnamed cameo characters featured in it.
* RisingConflict: First, the Resurection Movement was a loose group of voluntary bodyguards. They are set to defend against the Opposition, seven people who want a Fugitive dead. Next, one of the Opposition members attempts to use {{Mooks}} of her own, and then come a new group of potential antagonists that the Fugitive has disdain against, followed by the TimePolice out to arrest a few innocent people.
* RobotMe: The two Mecha-Engineers from a filler short play a role other than just getting BlownAcrossTheRoom in ep 2. In ep 3's flashbacks, they are seen repairing Inhibitor #3, which sustained damage from an electric rifle shot during the prelude, and can be seen in a background cameo when the fugitive talks about there being two people in the same outfit.

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** May 16, 2014's newscast wasn't as mind-blowing captivating as the one two years prior, but Op/Res episodes 4 and 5 have imply that Luka, Light, and Holy Rome show Engineer and friends this very newscast on TV. (Jack also has a copy of this one [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes just in case.]])
** May 14, 2015's newscast, listed in the credits for episode 7 and the preview "Discovering a secret meeting", may have something to do with one of the unnamed cameo characters featured in it.
it. (Jack also has copies of this one [[KeepCirculatingTheTapes just in case.]])
* RisingConflict: First, the Resurection Resurrection Movement was a loose group of voluntary bodyguards. They are set to defend against the Opposition, seven people who want a Fugitive dead. Next, one of the Opposition members attempts to use {{Mooks}} of her own, and then come a new group of potential antagonists that the Fugitive has disdain against, followed by the TimePolice out to arrest a few innocent people.
* RobotMe: The two Mecha-Engineers from Mecha-Engineers, debuting in a filler short short, play a role other than just getting BlownAcrossTheRoom in ep 2. In ep 3's flashbacks, they are seen repairing Inhibitor #3, which sustained damage from an electric rifle shot during the prelude, and can be seen in a background cameo when the fugitive talks about there being two people in the same outfit.



** 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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** A The Lambent Light, a light greenish blue sword 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.



** Someone shot inhibitor #3 and tried to kill Spy in the prelude, but Spy [[FakingTheDead escaped]]. This someone then ends up sending several more characters into comas throughout episodes 5 and 6.

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** Someone shot inhibitor #3 and tried to kill Spy in the prelude, but Spy [[FakingTheDead escaped]]. This someone then ends up sending several more characters into comas throughout episodes 5 and 6.5-7.
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** Certain characters made their cameos, but character roles were found to have known [=VAs=], in KillLaKill (Mako / Madoka, Azusa, Squid Girl, etc. as well as Mami / Satsuki K.) and [=TF2's=] "Expiration Date" (Sasha / Ms. Pauling), around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release. Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, strongly implies an ActorAllusion may happen.

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** Certain characters made their cameos, but character roles were found to have known [=VAs=], in KillLaKill (Mako / Madoka, Azusa, Squid Girl, etc. as well as Mami / Satsuki K.) Kiryuin) and [=TF2's=] "Expiration Date" (Sasha / Ms. Pauling), around Op/Res 3's June 2014 release. Miss Pauling's promotion to main cast in Op/Res's remake, Opposed!, strongly implies an ActorAllusion may happen.



** 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 Satsuki S.'s hair bell strings in Luka's hair, may be allowed, as long as the accessory can be roughly made into a model.

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** 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 Satsuki S.'s Shinonome's hair bell strings in Luka's hair, may be allowed, as long as the accessory can be roughly made into a model.



* GainaxEnding: Plans are in the works to make the Op/Res ending really screwy or at least have TrippyFinaleSyndrome, according to Twitter laments made during preparation for 2015's '''code51515''' convention outing.

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* GainaxEnding: Plans are in the works to make the Op/Res ending really screwy or at least have TrippyFinaleSyndrome, according to Twitter laments made during preparation for 2015's '''code51515''' convention outing. This may instead transfer into its remake, ''Opposed!'.



** 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 implies 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 implies implied ForbiddenChekhovsGun, though.



** In the Christmas short, 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.

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** In the Christmas short, 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.time, when the game allows up to three.



* TheGlassesGottaGo: In ep 2, the team invokes the inversion so Homura can help distract Rena with cuteness.

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* TheGlassesGottaGo: In ep 2, the team invokes the Invoked inversion in ep 2; the team does this so Homura can help distract Rena with cuteness.



** For episode 8, a new alignment will be in place.

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** For episode 8, Episode 8 would have had a new proposed alignment will be in place.
involving a split Resurrection Movement.



* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: The infrequent release schedule leads to this effect. See Sequel Hook.

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* LastEpisodeNewCharacter: The infrequent release schedule leads led to this effect. See Sequel Hook.



* MagneticPlotDevice: Lambent Light, the stolen rapier owned by Asuna, which is in the hands of the Opposition. Because [[spoiler:a devil, who the Fugitive made a desperate deal with, later tried to run him through with this sword]], the Resurrection Movement was formed.

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* MagneticPlotDevice: Lambent Light, the stolen rapier owned by Asuna, which is in the hands of has been stolen by the Opposition. Because [[spoiler:a devil, who the Fugitive made a desperate deal with, later tried to run him through with this sword]], the The Resurrection Movement was formed.formed in response.



* 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 are not helping 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 Otafest convention, even from those years' dark times. Plans are being made to create more distance for mental-trauma reasons, though events in 2015 are did not helping help matters.



* MetaphoricallyTrue: No details yet, but the Fugitive outright tells the team there are 7 people wanting him dead: they shall be called the Opposition. With Op/Res 2's 2nd edition adding some hesitancy in the Fugitive's speech (although it could be he's looking out the window at the sky himself), and the way in Op/Res 3 he almost hid the fact he was almost killed in Dec. 2012, the Fugitive seems to have more things to hide.

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* MetaphoricallyTrue: No details yet, but the The Fugitive outright tells the team there are 7 people wanting him dead: dead; they shall be called the Opposition. With Op/Res 2's 2nd edition adding some hesitancy in the Fugitive's speech (although it could be he's looking out the window at the sky himself), and the way in Op/Res 3 he almost hid the fact he was almost killed in Dec. 2012, the Fugitive seems to have more things to hide.



* NameOrderConfusion: Western order (given-name then family-name) is used here. This even goes for ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' characters, despite its dub sticking with Japanese name order. In that case, the audio is reedited or a FirstNameBasis may be used. Exceptions:

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* NameOrderConfusion: Western order (given-name then family-name) is used here. This even goes for ''VisualNovel/SteinsGate'' characters, despite its dub sticking with Japanese name order. In that case, the audio is reedited or a FirstNameBasis may be used. Exceptions:



** 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 has yet to affect the story.

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** 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 has had yet to affect the story.story before it was cancelled and remade.



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



** Op/Res ep 4 is named "Echoes of forbidden nostalgic entities". Neru and her mooks use the Fugitive's childhood and otherwise nostalgic stuff from the 1990s to early 2000s against his bodyguards, who generally think the stuff's iffy. The stuff ranges from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' to a bunch of children's songs featured in ''[[Creator/TreehouseTV Ants in Your Pants]]'', and the ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' test chamber to the ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' Bob-Omb Battlefield. ...and [[Creator/TreehouseTV Tansy's flower from the old days]]. There wasn't enough for only one episode, let alone the web novel; a {{recut}} video edition of Op/Res 4 with more nostalgic infections was once being considered.

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** Op/Res ep 4 is named "Echoes of forbidden nostalgic entities". Neru and her mooks use the Fugitive's childhood and otherwise nostalgic stuff from the 1990s to early 2000s against his bodyguards, the Resurrection Movement, who generally think the stuff's iffy. The stuff ranges from ''VideoGame/SuperMarioKart'' to a bunch of children's songs featured in ''[[Creator/TreehouseTV Ants in Your Pants]]'', and the ''VideoGame/HalfLife'' test chamber to the ''VideoGame/SuperMario64'' Bob-Omb Battlefield. ...and [[Creator/TreehouseTV Tansy's flower from the old days]]. There wasn't enough for only one episode, let alone the web novel; a {{recut}} video edition of Op/Res 4 with more nostalgic infections was once being considered.



** Yutaka, who is zapped by the mental inhibitors and causes her to have a SplitPersonality ([[PaletteSwap with matching hair and clothes]]) containing those of [[DoppelgangerCrossover two characters who sound like her]]. This will be further touched upon in Op/Res 8.
** There have been enough clues on social media in mid-2015 just before code51515 to declare that Opposition Member #6 has been subject to this trope.
* NotSoDifferent: The splinter faction Dissociates were compared to the Opposition, and their leaders were to have swords that don't exactly belong to them.

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** Yutaka, who is zapped by the mental inhibitors and causes her to have a SplitPersonality ([[PaletteSwap with matching hair and clothes]]) containing those of [[DoppelgangerCrossover two characters who sound like her]]. This will be further touched upon continued in Op/Res 8.
** 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.
trope. However, said outings led to a positive outcome in regard to that influence.
* NotSoDifferent: The splinter faction Dissociates were compared to the Opposition, and their leaders were to have swords that don't exactly belong to them.them:
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* BattleHarem: Averted. That's one half of the Resurrection Movement there, and [[LittleMissBadass they're around 15]] anyway.

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* BattleHarem: Averted. That's one Played with. One half of the Resurrection Movement there, consists of magical girls, and [[LittleMissBadass they're around 15]] anyway.in their mid-teens]]. But Madoka has played the role of post-fatal decision [[MoralityPet emotional support]] to the Fugitive they're protecting.
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The user (real name: Jack) has an on-and-off thing against [[{{Paparazzi}} cameras]], as in the RealLife case of May 22, 2010 when he was COMPROMISED at a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otafest convention]]. However, he argued that being a candidist is arguably better than [[HalfLife being an Anticitizen as there is no law enforcement going after candidists that are not paparazzi-level]]. Then, he planned to get some [[NonIndicativeName payback]], and has since accepted the fact that '''''social media has evolved'''''. But... it's on-and-off.

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The user (real name: Jack) is a random-mashup crossover editor who has an on-and-off thing against [[{{Paparazzi}} cameras]], as in the RealLife case of May 22, 2010 when he was COMPROMISED at a [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Otafest convention]]. However, he argued that being a candidist is arguably better than [[HalfLife being an Anticitizen as there is no law enforcement going after candidists that are not paparazzi-level]]. Then, he planned to get some [[NonIndicativeName payback]], and has since accepted the fact that '''''social media has evolved'''''. But... it's on-and-off.
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** [[YuuAsakawa Luka, voiced by a special guest,]] wearing the white scarf of a character from a show that debuted ''after'' May 2014.

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** [[YuuAsakawa [[Creator/YuuAsakawa Luka, voiced by a special guest,]] wearing the white scarf of a character from a show that debuted ''after'' May 2014.



* DoppelgangerCrossover: Present, being a ss07 mashup. If things go well, the remake may go into the story arcs that involve the ActorAllusion entourages.

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* DoppelgangerCrossover: Present, being Being a ss07 mashup.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.



** On that note, instead of the Slenderman cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the first random character that the time-screw teleports will warp in already existed in 2013 but only got dubbed in 2016 by someone whose {{Actor Allusion}}s are known in the ss07 mashups.

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** On that note, in a scene taking place in 2013, instead of the Slenderman cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the scene has the first random character that the time-screw teleports will warp in in. The character already existed in 2013 but only got was dubbed in 2016 three years later by someone whose {{Actor Allusion}}s are known in the ss07 mashups.
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** On that note, instead of the Slenderman cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the first random character that the time-screw teleports will warp in is a character that is an ActorAllusion from a dub released in 2016... in a scene set in 2013. However, said character already existed by 2013.

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** On that note, instead of the Slenderman cameo like in ''Op/Res'', the first random character that the time-screw teleports will warp in is a character that is an ActorAllusion from a dub released in 2016... in a scene set in 2013. However, said character already existed in 2013 but only got dubbed in 2016 by 2013.someone whose {{Actor Allusion}}s are known in the ss07 mashups.
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