07:41:54 AM Apr 15th 2013
01:28:30 AM Jun 20th 2012
Natter that was added to the Naruto example:
- Actually, Neji and Hiashi are, so far, the only ones in the series to kill and enemy with one unarmed hit.
- Fridge Brilliance: The Byakugan is meant to work together with the Sharingan. It is stated that the best way to defeat a Sharingan is to get behind them. That doesn't work on the Byakugan. The difficulty in striking pressure points is that the enemy is constantly moving. The Sharingan fixes that.
02:41:34 AM Jun 17th 2011
11:30:11 AM May 31st 2011
Should we move all the vampire character entries to Our Vampires Are Different.
11:45:12 AM May 31st 2011
Yes. Vampires are not superheroes, nor are they supervillains. They are vampires.
03:42:49 PM May 31st 2011
Well, the trope isn't restricted to just superheroes, we've got Naruto on there. I think "[person] with super natural abilities" should probably qualify. If it's something like a Vampire though, where they've got their own trope, it makes sense to stick it over there.
11:17:53 AM Mar 17th 2011
Does anyone think it would be a good idea to just make a "DC General" and "Marvel General" list of characters that aren't attached to any particular work?
01:03:09 AM Jan 15th 2011
Hm, I'm thinking of moving all the entire "religion" section to Odd Job Gods.
01:56:18 PM Jan 9th 2011
Both Wonder Woman and Captain Marvel examples were deleted for not elaborating on the power sets beyond "lots of them" with another comment afterward. Not being more than cursorily familiar with the characters, I believe they're examples but am not familiar with their canonical power sets to list them. Please form an actual example when you put them back.