YKTTW workstation thread:
edited 18th Sep '13 2:17:02 AM by Alucard
- I've adopted the trope, and the description is not my work. Isn't it too US-centred? I'm from Europe and had I written it, I might have worded it differently.
- The description says that Britain manages to avoid it. British tropers — is it accurate?
- The title is settled, but at least two people said they interpreted 'creep' as a person. Should the description mention it's not The Grinch?
- Real Life examples. Some tropers sense it's going to attract Natter or irrelevant examples. Opinions?
edited 26th Sep '13 8:18:52 AM by Madrugada
- While I would take some USA references off, it's not too centered.
- The UK does not use the term (according to Wikipedia, anyhow), but Google seems to indicate it happens there as well.
- Best mention it's not The Grinch.
- Yeah, RL is best left off.
so i don't now how to say this but... a little help? should the action mentioned on the page be done or should i go on and just fix what the trope is at the moment?
Meanwhile, my clothes, mics, and foes are left bloody
edited 1st Dec '13 7:19:26 PM by MorningStar1337
edited 2nd Dec '13 7:18:08 AM by MorningStar1337
- In InuYasha, one Monster of the Week is a pair of twins with intertwined bodies who are always fighting for the control of the body. One of them uses a sword that sparks lightning, and the other uses a conch that breathes fire.
- In Soul Eater, Kilik's weapons are a pair of pots: Pot of Fire and Pot of Thunder.
- On Charmed's last season, The Halliwells fight with Billie and Christy, using lightning based powers against their fire based powers.