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21st Jan '15 1:48:28 PM Tightwire
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16th Jan '15 9:29:18 AM surgoshan
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10th Jan '15 11:27:52 PM PriceCheck
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It is indeed very much fun being Batman, but this does nothing to explain the trope. | If Batman doesn't let you leave him then it's not an example of cruelty potential. | Widely Spaced Jail Bars is for when they're spaced enough apart to fit through. The bars are not spaced enough for Harley to fit. | the lunatics are not major villains or major threats, which is what the "Destroyer of Worlds" part is for.
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10th Jan '15 10:46:44 PM PriceCheck
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Shout Outs must be deliberate nods to a specific work. Some of these examples are more like similarities in borrowed concepts (predator type enemies or characters are not unique to the Predator series, and if having similar gameplay was a shoutout than the Captain America game's fighting is a shoutout to this game.) Some of these are also Mythology Gag. Using similar music is also not a Shout Out unless it only happens once or twice. | Some Kind Of Forcefield is for forcefields you don't notice until you touch it.
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10th Jan '15 10:23:18 PM PriceCheck
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Funny, but Oh Crap is in-universe, not an audience reaction.| Inversion of Sanity Has Advantages is another trope.
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10th Jan '15 9:57:35 PM PriceCheck
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Harley pretending to cry for sympathy once does not qualify for Manipulative Bastard. | The Party Pooper situation isn't Mook Chivalry—they were likely ordered to not fight Batman
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10th Jan '15 9:28:29 PM PriceCheck
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Ironic Echo features actual dialogue, not situations. | Do not pothole tropes to make them different names, especially if it completely obscures what the real trope's meaning is. It's called Room Full Of Crazy because it's about /rooms/, and trying to use it otherwise is Square Peg Round Trope
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10th Jan '15 8:56:03 PM PriceCheck
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Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain second bullet is unrelated to the trope. | Interface Spoiler and Interface Screw are two distinctly different tropes (despite the similar names) and should have different bullet points. | Batman is an Invincible Hero much of the time outside of this game, but not here. He suffers damage, psychological trauma, and fails to save many, many people (such as Dr. Young).
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10th Jan '15 6:22:35 PM PriceCheck
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Dream Team is in-universe, and examples relating to the rogues don't apply as they don't function as a team. | Even Evil Has Standards should go in its own section. | Joker's savvyness is covered by Dangerous Genre Savvy | Potholing trope name is gratuitous and makes finding it alphabetically impossible | The Blackgate mooks aren't Arkham patients.
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10th Jan '15 5:59:22 PM PriceCheck
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Cutting natter in Bedlam House | Bloodless Carnage is about blood, not watering down carnage in general. | Bond Villain Stupidity doesn't apply to heroes—the point is that the villain has no morals and every reason to kill them but doesn't. Batman has morals. | It's not a walkthrough—cutting unnecessary strategy advice | Nods to continuities outside the canon of the story are Mythology Gags | This trope is for torture that turns out to be harmless. This is a therapy program (and if it turns out to be torture becaues of the electrocution, it's not harmless). | Sharp went crazy because of Strange, not because of the spirit of Arkham. | Strange went insane because of his therapist, not a patient he was treating. And Dr. Young's example isn't the trope. | Healing bullet wounds by punching people is funny, but that's not the trope. | Dev Team Thinks Of Everything is about acknowledge obscure player actions that few people would normally anticipate. It's not about little details the dev team put in, especially things that happen as a result of normal gameplay.
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