Because it lists And the Fandom Rejoiced
as the target
of a redirect. Or that's what it looked like to me.
Anyway, I'll stop now because the remaining ones confuse me and I don't want to piss people off by making mistakes.
EDIT: I tried to do some on Discontinuity
but quickly found that many/most of the wicks left don't seem to be either Fanon Discontinuity
or Canon Discontinuity
. Some of them are trope distinctions pages, some are archives that I'm sure shouldn't be edited, some aren't English. But some are:
- Using the word to refer to when two episodes/chapters/whatever within a work contradict each other. Isn't this some other trope?
- When a fan-work contradicts something in canon.
- Embedded in a paragraph without indication of whether it's canon or fanon. When Discontinuity is the bullet point, I move it to discussion, but that doesn't seem the solution when it's in a long paragraph under some other trope.
edited 10th Sep '12 11:38:55 AM by ArcadesSabboth
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