Main Continuity Lockout Discussion

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MithrandirOlorin
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03:39:35 PM Apr 6th 2015
For me this Trope has never been a problem, if I check out something new and the world and history seems really complicated, that just makes me more curious.

First Episode of Buffy I ever watched was This Year's Girl.
OldManHoOh
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01:25:36 AM Dec 13th 2012
Wasn't Jo Grant mentioned in a Colin Baker story (still a while ago, but definitely not "nearly 40 years" before The Sarah Jane Adventures story)? I think that's where the gardens of Karfel bit from SJA comes from.
MithrandirOlorin
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11:23:02 PM May 21st 2012
I actually understood Advent Children just fine, and I've never played any FF games.
Hatari05
12:36:43 AM Oct 17th 2016
edited by Hatari05
A problem i am noticing with tv tropes is the author has a habit of being very biased to things they clearly don't like or were known for being unpopular either that or it acts as if the public are morons and can't piece anything together for itself. Saying A New Hope is difficult or has convoluted plot is insulting to movie viewers. The empire is evil and the rebellion are fighting against them it's not complicated to say people couldn't understand it is in my opinion insulting to the public's intelligence.

Either way the writing on this site isn't very professional. Advent children is difficult to understand without knowledge of seven but not impossible. The Harry Potter movies are perfectly understandable without the books. DOFP is easy to understand on it's own everything is explained only Logan's brief visions and his bone claws would confuse people neither of which is essential.
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