WŁtender JaegerTRS discussion on Woobie isn't finished yet, is it?
"I'm going to kill them all, but not before I teach them how to speak so they can beg for mercy while I kill them slowly and painfully!"
You have got to be kidding me. The Woobie is enough of a gargantuan mess as it is without making something like this. I honestly want to say 'cut this'.
edited 28th Jul '12 11:51:17 AM by nrjxll
Crapsack World "but I feel sorry for everyone"! Hm.
Two Christmas wormsYeah, this seems quite redundant.
No, the other one.A Crapsack World filled with sympathetic characters. This would be a separate trope if Crapsack World directly implied crapsack characters. However, I could also see it as a subtrope of Crapsack World, but then we'd need to move all examples of World Of Woobie from Crapsack World to World Of Woobie, as duplicate examples would be extraneous. Considering the size of Crapsack World, it may be an idea to split off subtropes from it. It should probably also fall under White and Grey Morality or White And Black Morality. If there's no significant white side, it's not the right trope.
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Tropette everydayI agree with all. Crapsack World needs to be splited. As for this one, I have to ask: is it really an arguable trope ? I highly doubt about this one.
I disagree - as things stand, Crapsack World is not limited solely to cases where all the characters are unlikeable, and since there's already tropes for that I see no reason to split this. As for this, I say cut it. We do not need more Woobie tropes, especially ones that are as dubious as this.
Two Christmas wormsI assume that we now delete the wicks (or move them to more appropriate tropes ad hoc) and cutlist this?
Two Christmas wormsHacked away the wicks, except for the subjective indexes and the locked YMMV.Wreck It Ralph.
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