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23rd Sep '16 6:27:29 AM F1Krazy
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* ''LightNovel/MahouSensou'' has this bad, due to its tendency to introduce new story elements and plot twists at will and then forget about them almost immediately. We never find out what happened to Ida's sister, who was kidnapped by Wizard Brace's secret service. We never find out what happened to Takeshi's mother, who was training him using a ring that amplified her powers at the cost of her own life force. In fact, the show's [[NoEnding sudden and]] [[GainaxEnding incomprehensible ending]] means that hardly ''anyone'' gets any closure, not even ''the main character''.
9th Sep '16 2:08:20 AM TheSinful
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** Early in the Thousand Year Blood War Arc, Tier Harribel is seen chained up in the Quincy stronghold with Yhwach implying she's being used to create more arrancar. She isn't seen again for the rest of the series.
25th Aug '16 11:24:18 AM Nakayama90
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** The finale never really goes into detail explaining what happened to the tailed beasts after the war ended. [[spoiler:The Chibaku Tensei prisons are broken, but nothing more is shown.]] From ''The Last'', we know that [[spoiler:Kurama happily and willingly returned to being sealed inside Naruto]] and the Epilogue reveals that [[spoiler:Bee reunited with Gyuki.]]

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** The finale never really goes into detail explaining what happened to the tailed beasts after the war ended. [[spoiler:The Chibaku Tensei prisons are broken, but nothing more is shown.]] From ''The Last'', we know that [[spoiler:Kurama happily and willingly returned to being sealed inside Naruto]] and the Epilogue reveals that [[spoiler:Bee reunited with Gyuki.]]]] Also, ''[[LightNovel/GaaraHidenASandstormMirage]]'' reveals that Shukaku and Gaara remain together, but that's it.
19th Aug '16 12:32:20 PM Wyldchyld
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** The series itself ends without resolving the fates of characters like [[spoiler: Urahara, Yoruichi, Grimmjow, Neliel, Halibel (who was last seen alive, but in a dungeon in Hueco Mundo), Isshin, and quite a few others.]]
19th Aug '16 11:35:02 AM Megadoomer
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** The series itself ends without resolving the fates of characters like [[spoiler: Urahara, Yoruichi, Grimmjow, Neliel, Halibel (who was last seen alive, but in a dungeon in Hueco Mundo), Isshin, and quite a few others.]]
19th Aug '16 9:11:37 AM Nakayama90
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** The manga's epilogue leaves several characters' fates unanswered, two particularly egregious examples being [[spoiler: Yoruichi and Urahara, both of whom collapsed during their fight with Askin and were never stated to be dead or alive.]]
18th Aug '16 10:05:35 AM Nakayama90
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** The manga's epilogue leaves several characters' fates unanswered, two particularly egregious examples being [[spoiler: Yoruichi and Urahara, both of whom collapsed during their fight with Askin and were never stated to be dead or alive.]]
6th Aug '16 5:28:50 PM Kirb-Star
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** The GS ball. Delivering this Poké Ball and finding out what is inside was a major plot point for two seasons and was the initial trigger for the entire Orange Isles arc. Once it reaches Kurt (who can't open it, but promises to keep trying) it is never mentioned again. Unfortunately, this is the result of an AbortedArc - the ball was supposed to contain the time-traveling Pokémon, Celebi, but when it was decided instead to make Celebi the main focus of [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever the fourth movie,]] the GS Ball was dropped in the hopes that everyone would forget about it.

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** The GS ball. Delivering this Poké Ball and finding out what is inside was a major plot point for two seasons and was the initial trigger for the entire Orange Isles arc. Once it reaches Kurt (who can't open it, but promises to keep trying) it is never mentioned again. Unfortunately, this is the result of an AbortedArc - the ball was supposed to contain the time-traveling Pokémon, Celebi, but when it was decided instead to make Celebi the main focus of [[Anime/Pokemon4Ever the fourth movie,]] the GS Ball was dropped in the hopes that everyone would forget about it. We didn't.


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***She(=)ens up finding a Whismur in Season 6, whose ability Soundproof allows him to listen to the entire song of Jigglypuff. Whichs ends Jigglypuff's quest for finding someone who could listento her song without falling asleep.
2nd Aug '16 2:25:08 PM Wyldchyld
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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.

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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. She never did, so Ashido's fate remains unknown.
2nd Aug '16 2:23:19 PM Wyldchyld
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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.

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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.
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