I rather think the other way around. In a Fantasy Kitchen Sink
there's usually some logic to it at least, so you'd expect there to be an explanation for things, however flimsy it may be. In Planet Eris
, you're not really surprised whatever happens to show up.
Also misuse of All Myths Are True
, unless you meant that there was an un-universe
myth about said werewolf, in which case you'd also expect it to show up, no matter if it was Fantasy Kitchen Sink
or Planet Eris
Actually, now that I think about it, once you think about the work as belonging to either trope, you're automatically open for more. There's really no distinction in that particular area.
However, you don't expect the werewolves in Planet Eris
to have their own country, or have had any effect on history. They're just there, no matter if it makes sense that they would have been unknown or had no political power up until then. In Fantasy Kitchen Sink
, you'd expect them to at least have their own culture, and probably their own territories.
edited 19th Mar '12 7:52:02 PM by Feather7603