* '''CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions vs. Laconical List Of Subtle Trope Distinctions'''
** CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions: Detailed explanations highlighting the differences between similar tropes.
** Laconical List Of Subtle Trope Distinctions: Short explanations highlighting the differences.

Some tropes are sometimes confused. This '''isn't''' the canonical list of tropes that might be confused for one another; that can be found [[CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions here]].

Some explanations of subtle trope differences can be confusing. '''This''' is a copy of the canonical list in a concise form. The explanations focus on the differences between the tropes, making it easier to identify where a particular example would fall. Ideally they should be concise, accurate and amusing.

If the concise version doesn't help your question, try figuring out the detailed version. If the detailed version doesn't help, you're on your own.

Please take all discussions of whether two tropes are insufficiently distinguished to the [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/remarks.php?trope=Main.CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions discussion page of the canonical list]]

If adding a new item, make sure that the full explanation is included in the {{canonical list|OfSubtleTropeDistinctions}} in order to keep the two lists in sync.

Compare TropeGrid, which is more about telling apart different versions of OppositeTrope.

The laconic version of this laconic (laconic^2) [[Laconic/LaconicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions can be found here]]

Items are currently sorted alphabetically by whichever trope is alphabetically first.

* LaconicTropeDistinctions/AToD
* LaconicTropeDistinctions/EToI
* LaconicTropeDistinctions/JToR
* LaconicTropeDistinctions/SToZ