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11th Oct '17 7:23:55 PM Augusto
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!![=FanFiction.net=] provides examples of:



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11th Oct '17 7:20:48 PM Augusto
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%%If you want to creat a Tropes section on this page, be aware that user behavior is NOT tropable. Site in-jokes and community events are, however, and individual fanfics that don't have a page here are ESPECIALLY tropable, so if there are any fanfics there you'd want to pimp here, now's the time.
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%%If you want to creat a Tropes section on this page, be aware that user behavior is NOT tropable. Site in-jokes history, layout, and community events are, however, and individual fanfics that don't have a page here are ESPECIALLY tropable, so if there are any fanfics there you'd want to pimp here, now's the time.
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* {{Bowdlerize}}: {{Lemon}} and {{Lime}} are specifically prohibited by the site's guidelines. In fact, it is the sudden enforcement of these guidelines that led to the first [[ThePurge Purges]] of stories and accounts in the site.
* MostFanFicWritersAreGirls: According [[http://content.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1001950,00.html this]] 2002 Magazine/TimeMagazine article, around 80% of FFN users at the time it was written claimed to be female.
* ThePurge: As noted above, FFN is notorious for regularly and without warning deleting old and obscure content as in to save disk space.
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10th Oct '17 3:22:25 AM Augusto
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2nd Oct '17 2:19:08 PM Doug86
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* The ''Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}'' has over 88,000 hits as a whole when including ''{{Torchwood}}'' and ''TheSarahJaneAdventures.''

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* The ''Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}'' has over 88,000 hits as a whole when including ''{{Torchwood}}'' ''Series/{{Torchwood}}'' and ''TheSarahJaneAdventures.''''Series/TheSarahJaneAdventures''.
20th Aug '17 11:35:49 AM Monolaf317
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For a more thorough list of individual fanfics that can be found on FF.Net, go [[Fanfic/FanFics here]]. Note that stories listed there are not necessarily exclusive to FFN, and some may also be mirrored on other fanfiction sites.

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For a more thorough list of individual fanfics that can be found on FF.Net, go [[Fanfic/FanFics here]]. Note that stories listed there are not necessarily exclusive to FFN, and some may also be mirrored on other fanfiction sites.sites.
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11th Jul '17 10:48:50 PM Shadeblade11
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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/ FanFiction.net]] is the [[NotableFanfictionArchives biggest archive for FanFic]] on the Internet, offering millions of stories, with a total length somewhere in the range of fifteen to twenty-five ''billion'' words. As of June 2012, the number of Fanfiction.net user accounts created exceeded 4 million.

Fanfiction.net is free and moderately user-friendly. Most members have a love-hate relationship with it - while there are some authors who post there who are ''exceptionally'' talented, there are [[SturgeonsLaw many more authors who post there who... aren't]].

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[[http://www.fanfiction.net/ FanFiction.net]] Net]] (or FF.Net or FFN for short) is the [[NotableFanfictionArchives biggest archive for FanFic]] on the Internet, offering millions of stories, with a total length somewhere in the range of fifteen to twenty-five ''billion'' words. As of June 2012, the number of Fanfiction.net FF.Net user accounts created exceeded 4 million.

Fanfiction.net FF.Net is free and moderately user-friendly. Most members have a love-hate relationship with it - while there are some authors who post there who are ''exceptionally'' talented, there are [[SturgeonsLaw many more authors who post there who... aren't]].



In response to the enforcement action, an estimated around 40,000 users migrated the site in favor of Website/ArchiveOfOurOwn, Website/FicWad, and other fanfic-hosting sites. Key reasons for the outcry were complaints that there was no notice to change the "offending" material. (It should be noted however, that as stated the [[http://www.fanfiction.net/tos/ Terms of Service agreement]] for Fanfiction.net, "[=FanFiction=].Net reserves the right to remove Content and User Submissions without prior notice.")

Other reasons for protest include the admins providing vague and unclear reasons for removal of stories, or sometimes no reason given at all. There were also a small number of cases of wrongful removal of stories which were compliant with the guidelines. Some authors who appealed the removal reported that these stories were reinstated with reviews intact on successful appeal. If the author offers to change the content of their stories so that it doesn't match the original scripts they're based on they may also be able to avoid having them taken down. The guidelines however have essentially made {{Film Fic}}s no longer allowed, while {{Twice Told Tale}}s are risky at best.

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In response to the enforcement action, an estimated around 40,000 users migrated the site in favor of Website/ArchiveOfOurOwn, Website/FicWad, and other fanfic-hosting sites. Key reasons for the outcry were complaints that there was no notice to change the "offending" material. (It should be noted however, that as stated the [[http://www.fanfiction.net/tos/ Terms of Service agreement]] for Fanfiction.net, FF.Net, "[=FanFiction=].Net reserves the right to remove Content and User Submissions without prior notice.")

Other reasons for protest include the admins providing vague and unclear reasons for removal of stories, or sometimes no reason given at all. There were also a small number of cases of wrongful removal of stories which were compliant with the guidelines. Some authors who appealed the removal reported that these stories were reinstated with reviews intact on successful appeal. If the author offers to change the content of their stories so that it doesn't match the original scripts they're based on they may also be able to avoid having them taken down. The guidelines however guidelines, however, have essentially made {{Film Fic}}s no longer allowed, while {{Twice Told Tale}}s are risky at best.



The nickname "Pit of Voles" comes from a Google-bombing campaign that succeeded for a while in making [=FanFiction.net=] the number 1 Google search result for that phrase. The aforementioned [=AdultFanFiction=].net is known as the Uber-Pit. As of January 8, 2016, [=FanFiction.net=] is the ninth result for this phrase, with the Urban Dictionary definitions linking to [=FanFiction.net=] as first and this very article as third.

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The nickname "Pit of Voles" comes from a Google-bombing campaign that succeeded for a while in making [=FanFiction.net=] FF.Net the number 1 Google search result for that phrase. The aforementioned [=AdultFanFiction=].net is known as the Uber-Pit. As of January 8, 2016, [=FanFiction.net=] FF.Net is the ninth result for this phrase, with the Urban Dictionary definitions linking to [=FanFiction.net=] FF.Net as first and this very article as third.



As of January 2017, the following fandoms had at least 40,000 submissions on [=FanFiction.net=] [[note]]This disregards crossovers and misplaced fanfiction, which is hard to count.[[/note]] (Story-count on the site has been rounded to approximate numbers.)

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As of January 2017, the following fandoms had at least 40,000 submissions on [=FanFiction.net=] [[note]]This FF.Net[[note]]This disregards crossovers and misplaced fanfiction, which is hard to count.[[/note]] (Story-count on the site has been rounded to approximate numbers.)



For a more complete list of individual fanfics that can be found on Fanfiction.net, go [[Fanfic/FanFics here]]. Note that stories listed there are not necessarily exclusive to FFN, and some may also be mirrored on other fanfiction sites.

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For a more complete thorough list of individual fanfics that can be found on Fanfiction.net, FF.Net, go [[Fanfic/FanFics here]]. Note that stories listed there are not necessarily exclusive to FFN, and some may also be mirrored on other fanfiction sites.
4th Mar '17 4:26:25 AM Tightwire
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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' actually breaks in at 9th with well over 78,000 stories if taken as a collective instead of individual games. Every game even has its own crossover section for over 5,000
* The ''Franchise/StargateVerse'' is over 48,000 when including Series/StargateAtlantis and Series/StargateUniverse, and the two stories written for ''WesternAnimation/StargateInfinity''.
* The ''Franchise/XMen'' franchise as a whole has well over 48,000 stories, split between comics, movies and cartoons.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' actually breaks in at 9th with well over 78,000 stories hits if taken as a collective instead of individual games. Every game even has its own crossover section for over 5,000
5,000 hits.
* The ''Franchise/StargateVerse'' is has over 48,000 hits when including Series/StargateAtlantis and Series/StargateUniverse, and the two stories written for ''WesternAnimation/StargateInfinity''.
* The ''Franchise/XMen'' franchise as a whole has well over 48,000 stories, hits, split between comics, movies and cartoons.



* The ''Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}'' has over 88,000 stories as a whole when including ''{{Torchwood}}'' and ''TheSarahJaneAdventures.''
** The ''Whoniverse'' also lends itself well to crossovers with over 14,000 of them.
* The ''Franchise/{{Buffyverse}}'' has 59,200 stories as a whole, counting both ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}''.

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* The ''Franchise/{{Whoniverse}}'' has over 88,000 stories hits as a whole when including ''{{Torchwood}}'' and ''TheSarahJaneAdventures.''
** The ''Whoniverse'' also lends itself well to official crossovers with over 14,000 of them.
* The ''Franchise/{{Buffyverse}}'' has 59,200 stories hits as a whole, counting both ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'' and ''Series/{{Angel}}''.
4th Mar '17 4:24:45 AM Tightwire
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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' actually breaks in at 10th with well over 78,000 stories if taken as a collective instead of individual games. Every game even has its own crossover section.

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* ''Franchise/FinalFantasy'' actually breaks in at 10th 9th with well over 78,000 stories if taken as a collective instead of individual games. Every game even has its own crossover section.section for over 5,000
4th Mar '17 4:11:12 AM Tightwire
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It's been noted that the more popular fandoms are split between multiple media - this can make them difficult to sort and count. The site also has a Crossovers section, so eloquently designed that you can find the people who think it's a good idea to cross ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' with ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'' within three clicks. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, one such story does exist]].

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It's been noted that the more popular fandoms are split between multiple media - this can make them difficult to sort and count. The site also has a Crossovers section, so eloquently designed that you can find the people person who think it's thought it was a good idea to cross ''Franchise/HarryPotter'' with ''Series/LeaveItToBeaver'' within three clicks. [[NotMakingThisUpDisclaimer Yes, one such story does exist]].
4th Mar '17 4:01:58 AM Tightwire
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The #1 in Comics is ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', with 16,500 stories. The #1 in Plays, excluding the generic Screenplays section, is ''Theatre/{{Rent}}'', with 7,000 stories.

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The #1 in Comics is ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'', with 16,500 16,900 stories. The #1 in Plays, excluding the generic Screenplays section, is ''Theatre/{{Rent}}'', with 7,000 stories.
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