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13th Mar '16 3:54:44 PM Wyldchyld
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13th Mar '16 3:52:46 PM Wyldchyld
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** The Shinigami have a special detachment called the Kido Corps, a secretive group that specializes in developing Kido. They do very little throughout the series, and it's unknown who the current leader is. Even when the Vandenreich invade Soul Society--twice--the Kido Corps are nowhere to be seen.
13th Mar '16 3:51:01 PM Wyldchyld
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* In the ''Manga/InuYasha'' manga, Kouga leaves before the final battle after getting both of the jewel shards permanently removed from his legs. He might have just gone home and stayed there, but unlike the rest of the characters, he never does get a definitive ending. He just disappears, and none of the other characters seem to really care what happened to him. Unless you count the anime, in which he [[spoiler: gets married to Ayame, an anime-only character]].
4th Feb '16 12:30:55 PM Austin
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** The Shinigami have a special detachment called the Kido Corps, a secretive group that specializes in developing Kido. They do very little throughout the series, and it's unknown who the current leader is. Even when the Vandenreich invade Soul Society--twice--the Kido Corps are nowhere to be seen.
20th Dec '15 9:06:22 AM GoldenDarkness
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*** Her absences are addressed in two filler episodes [[ADayInTheLimelight focusing her on point of view]] that aired right before the GrandFinale movie, ''Anime/Naruto7TheLast'', where she has a more central role. For the Pain's Invasion she was outside the village for a diplomatic outing with her father and for the [[spoiler: Fourth Shinobi World War]] she is shown seeing her father and Hinata off while she protects rest of the clan in the village.

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*** Her absences are addressed in two filler episodes [[ADayInTheLimelight focusing her on point of view]] that aired right before the GrandFinale movie, ''Anime/Naruto7TheLast'', ''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie'', where she has a more central role. For the Pain's Invasion she was outside the village for a diplomatic outing with her father and for the [[spoiler: Fourth Shinobi World War]] she is shown seeing her father and Hinata off while she protects rest of the clan in the village.



*** [[spoiler: Yamato was held inside the Spiral Zetsu before being freed and then caught in the Infinite Tsukuyomi, before being freed from that with everyone else. Anko makes a very, very small cameo in the final chapter, 700, and Yamato makes a brief cameo at Naruto and Hinata's wedding in ''Film/Naruto7TheLast''.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Yamato was held inside the Spiral Zetsu before being freed and then caught in the Infinite Tsukuyomi, before being freed from that with everyone else. Anko makes a very, very small cameo in the final chapter, 700, and Yamato makes a brief cameo at Naruto and Hinata's wedding in ''Film/Naruto7TheLast''.''Anime/TheLastNarutoTheMovie''.]]
22nd Nov '15 5:20:03 AM Wyldchyld
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* This trope has applied off and on to many ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' characters. Because the series suffers from ArcFatigue more often than not, has [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters a very large cast]] of characters and often introduces new characters in groups, certain characters can go for ''years'' without being seen or mentioned, only to suddenly pop up just fine. It particularly stands out when the character was last seen in mortal peril, leaving fans wondering if they had died or not.
** Ashido might be this manga's only genuine example of this trope. Kubo created the character and fully intended to use him but ran out of time to insert him into the manga. The anime decided to create a filler arc based around him and insert him where Kubo had originally intended to use him. However, the filler arc ended with him facing down the enemy to give the group time to escape and Rukia vowing to go back to Hueco Mundo to search for him. Did he live or die? Will Rukia ever go back for him? More importantly, will Kubo ever find the time to insert him into the manga like he wanted to or will Ashido forever remain unresolved filler? The truth is, we simply don't know.
** The Shinigami have a special detachment called the Kido Corps, a secretive group that specializes in developing Kido. They do very little throughout the series, and it's unknown who the current leader is. Even when the Vandenreich invade Soul Society--twice--the Kido Corps are nowhere to be seen.

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* This trope has applied off and on to many ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' characters. Because the series suffers from ArcFatigue more often than not, has [[LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters a very large cast]] of characters and often introduces new characters in groups, certain characters can go for ''years'' without being seen or mentioned, only to suddenly pop up just fine. It particularly stands out when the character was last seen in mortal peril, leaving fans wondering if they had died or not.
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''Manga/{{Bleach}}'': Ashido might be this manga's only genuine example of this trope. Kubo created the character and fully intended to use him but ran out of time to insert him into the manga. The anime decided to create a filler arc based around him and insert him where Kubo had originally intended to use him. However, the filler arc ended with him facing down the enemy to give the group time to escape and Rukia vowing to go back to Hueco Mundo to search for him. Did he live or die? Will Rukia ever go back for him? More importantly, will Kubo ever find the time to insert him into the manga like he wanted to or will Ashido forever remain unresolved filler? The truth is, we simply don't know.
** The Shinigami have a special detachment called the Kido Corps, a secretive group that specializes in developing Kido. They do very little throughout the series, and it's unknown who the current leader is. Even when the Vandenreich invade Soul Society--twice--the Kido Corps are nowhere to be seen.
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16th Nov '15 3:37:47 PM catmuto
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* ''Manga/AntoliaStory'' has an early arc that dealt with the imminent war with the Mitanni kingdom and [[BigBad Queen Nakia]] sending her servant to acquire the 'Dragon Eye' during the tussle. The 'Dragon Eye' is found, lands in the street and Urhi is about to grab it, when Prince Mattiwaza distracts him. Urhi loses sight of the 'Dragon Eye' and it's never mentioned again.

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* ''Manga/AntoliaStory'' ''Manga/AnatoliaStory'' has an early arc that dealt with the imminent war with the Mitanni kingdom and [[BigBad Queen Nakia]] sending her servant to acquire the 'Dragon Eye' during the tussle. The 'Dragon Eye' is found, lands in the street and Urhi is about to grab it, when Prince Mattiwaza distracts him. Urhi loses sight of the 'Dragon Eye' and it's never mentioned again.
16th Nov '15 3:37:10 PM catmuto
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* ''Manga/AntoliaStory'' has an early arc that dealt with the imminent war with the Mitanni kingdom and [[BigBad Queen Nakia]] sending her servant to acquire the 'Dragon Eye' during the tussle. The 'Dragon Eye' is found, lands in the street and Urhi is about to grab it, when Prince Mattiwaza distracts him. Urhi loses sight of the 'Dragon Eye' and it's never mentioned again.
18th Oct '15 6:11:54 PM sorako
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* ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic!'' has Sarah Miller (Known as Kudan Mira in the original japanese version.) People who have watched the entire series may be wondering, who the hell is Sarah Miller? Well, she's the red haired girl who is rescued by Sousuke in [[ActionPrologue the very first episode]]. Her kidnapping by Gauron (along with her unique hair color) implies that she is a whispered and therefore fairly important, but she is never seen again or even mentioned outside of that opening scene. [[spoiler: In the anime at least. In the novels she comes up again, where it is revealed that she is indeed a whispered (and under the protection of Mithril.) Certain things, such as the appearance of Tessa's brother imply that the anime had no idea how many seasons it would have, but that doesn't make Sarah's complete disappearance any less odd.]]

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* ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic!'' ''LightNovel/FullMetalPanic'' has Sarah Miller (Known as Kudan Mira in the original japanese version.) People who have watched the entire series may be wondering, who the hell is Sarah Miller? Well, she's the red haired girl who is rescued by Sousuke in [[ActionPrologue the very first episode]]. Her kidnapping by Gauron (along with her unique hair color) implies that she is a whispered and therefore fairly important, but she is never seen again or even mentioned outside of that opening scene. [[spoiler: In the anime at least. In the novels she comes up again, where it is revealed that she is indeed a whispered (and under the protection of Mithril.) Certain things, such as the appearance of Tessa's brother imply that the anime had no idea how many seasons it would have, but that doesn't make Sarah's complete disappearance any less odd.]]



** [[spoiler:Negi's mother]], Queen Arika, despite being incredible important and surviving the events that destroyed her country, is never mentioned again. Her reasons for abandoning Negi, or her inability to help, for the less cynical, are never revealed. Similarly, the significance of Negi being her heir and what he does about it is never touched upon.

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** [[spoiler:Negi's mother]], Queen Arika, Negi's mother, [[spoiler:Queen Arika,]] despite being incredible important and surviving the events that destroyed her country, is never mentioned again. Her reasons for abandoning Negi, or her inability to help, for the less cynical, are never revealed. Similarly, the significance of Negi being her heir and what he does about it is never touched upon.
2nd Oct '15 5:23:15 AM WoodyAlienCubed
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* A literal example in ''Anime/KillLaKill'': Dr. Matoi has a pet mouse on his shoulder that simply stops appearing after a while.
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