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ArcadesSabboth
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04:19:11 PM Nov 12th 2012

Removed this because it doesn't explain anything. What legend? What happened in the story? This example isn't interesing, useful, or even necessary valid.
Nerd42
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06:14:16 PM Apr 16th 2012
Bad, bad title! Bad title!

The way this trope is named suggests "Older than Valve's Steam platform" i.e. prior to 2003. You need a different trope name friends.
ArcadesSabboth
07:24:40 PM Apr 16th 2012
I know it could be taken that way, but I just (like, this month) went through all the examples and wicks, and there was only one example of misuse from somebody who thought it applied to modern games.

Without a pattern of misuse, it really doesn't need a rename.

If such misuse does become a problem in the future, though, I'd probably take it to Trope Repair Shop.
wotnoplot
01:46:16 AM Apr 19th 2012
Firstly, steam has been ever since water. Secondly Heron created a door opening device and a fire engine based on steam.
ArcadesSabboth
11:15:53 AM Jul 23rd 2012
I believe The Oldest Ones in the Book explains the naming convention at the bottom of the page. Short version: It means Older Than The Time When Steam Power Was Widely Economically And Culturally Significant.
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