Just For Fun: TV Tropes In Other Wikis
A page giving info on what other wikis that mention TV Tropes
thinks of this site. Of course The Wiki Rule
means anything can be a wiki, but not all mention this wonderful site. So what do, and what do they think of here?
Compare Notable References to TV Tropes
- Wikipedia: has an article.
- TV Tropes entry on the wiki index.
- Chewiki, the official wiki of YouTube Poop (yeah, really), has an informative page on TV Tropes as well.
- Occasionally D&D Wiki links to this site.
- The Unofficial Handbook of the Virtue Universe, a server-specific City of Heroes / City of Villains role-playing resource infrequently links to TV Tropes in their articles, primarily by way of its users lampshading the tropes that their characters invoke or conform to.
- According to the SCP Foundation, we are an SCP Object (Safe class) numbered SCP-4445-J. Apparently, we're a front for the Foundation and a recruitment tool.
- The AH.com Wiki (wiki of the site which brought you AH.com: The Series, Look to the West, Decades of Darkness, the Chaos Timeline and others).
- GargWiki, concerning Gargoyles, recognizes that one of the series' characters is the Trope Namer for a couple of tropes.
- Uncyclopedia takes an affectionate nip at our heels here. Featured article as of July 30th, 2010.
- Oh, Internet has a few kind words for us.
- The Discworld And Terry Pratchett Wiki mentions tvtropes several times, generally in acknowledgement that an idea or concept about the Discworld was expressed here first, and is not original to the DWTP wiki. Criticisms made of the Wiki on tvtropes are also acknowledged and discussed, and links to this site are freely given.
- The Touhou Wiki, although it doesn't have an actual entry for TV Tropes, as would be expected from a wiki on Touhou, but it does include a link to our Touhou character page from the character index on TW.
- DC Database frequently makes external links to TV Tropes as another site for comics appreciation.
- The Sonichu (comic) page on CWCki links to the Sonichu article in its external links, describing it as "detailing everything wrong with Sonichu."
- Asperchu's main page links to its TV Tropes page.
- The Arcana Wiki tries to mirror and partially rewrite TV Tropes for role-playing game purposes - instead of listing examples, it strives to provide inspiration and ideas.
- TFWiki.net proudly proclaims its status as the Trope Namer for Ruined FOREVER. Their article on The Bumblebee (renamed to Kid-Appeal Character, although the redirect remains) makes a similar reference, what with all three of the Trope Namers being on the list.
- Bulbapedia, a Pokémon wiki, links to our article on Hot Skitty-on-Wailord Action from their article on the same topic.
- Star Army has an article for TVtropes; additionally, their ISC Phoenix plot has a Tropes page dedicated to the TV Tropes found within it. The webmaster has even set up a special interwiki syntax to make linking to tvtropes easier.
- The Drawn Together wiki links to that show's TV Tropes page on the main series article, and in a section discussing the show's content, links to the Negative Continuity article.
- The Golden Sun wiki's article on the character Sheba links to Lolicon when describing the shipping of Sheba with the four-years-older Felix.
- Everything2 has a node.
- The Kingdom of Loathing Wiki has an page about an enemy in the game called the Tome of Tropes, which is a giant book that explains and gives names to all of the recurring themes in media and real life. Although taking a look in the tome is a good thing to do in times of boredom, you might spend too much time reading it, which is harmful to your health and salary.
- The Tropes Mirror Wiki is a Start My Own version of TV Tropes, whose admins claim to "live up to the casual ideals" that we here at TV Tropes apparently have abandoned.
- The Puella Magi Wiki's page on Gertrud has a link to the page Nightmare Fuel. For good reason. (Yeah, you probably don't want to click that link.)
- The Villains Wiki has several pages and categories named after villain and evil related Tropes from here, notably the term "Complete Monster".
- UFOpaedia makes a mention of the TV Tropes page for game series it covers, specifically pointing out a since-corrected error on the page.
- The Mass Effect Wiki uses TV Tropes as a reference in demonstrating that the name Leeroy Jenkins is a reoccurring character name.
- The Call of Duty Wiki's page detailing every instance of Plot Armor in the series includes a link to the TV Tropes page about the same phenomenon.