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03:24:17 AM Sep 10th 2011
Which episode is the Generator Rex example form? And is that supposed to be Rex and Noah?
12:10:30 AM Sep 6th 2011
I really dont know how or if or what, but Baldurs Gate's Edwin shouldnt be in the Video Games section, as the game itself produces Edwina? Though they dont coexist.
10:06:42 AM Aug 29th 2011
A book series I'm helping out with is gonna do this on purpose, and the character it has a variant of will either marry it or Kill It with Fire... Depends on what I'm in the mood for, either happiness or depression for the counterpart. So please, save your version of the Inventor/Sorcerer until the end of the last book
11:52:42 PM Jun 12th 2011
Someone needs to create a name for the opposite of rule 63. It's rarer but it exists. I remember encountering a few gender-swapped Sailor Moon doujinshis on the net in the early 2000s, & of course there's always DeviantArt. Unless of course the Gender Swap trope excludes all female versions of male characters.
06:21:50 AM Dec 29th 2010
Except for Chuck Norris, that is, by rule of Rule Sixty-One. I think this needs clarification and explanation. Not knowing what Rule Sixty-One is supposed to be, I googled it and found at least three different "Internet Rules" using that number (and one Federal Rule of Civil Procedure, which presumably isn't what we're talking about.)
08:07:59 PM Feb 3rd 2011
Not even Chuck Norris. Rule Sixty-One lied to you. People overlooked that rule. To the point that it was never put on the list.
03:02:26 PM Jun 8th 2011
09:03:44 AM Mar 1st 2013
I thought Zeratul from Starcraft and Starcraft 2 was an exception to rule 63, though. At least I can't find any pictures.
12:20:32 PM Mar 2nd 2013
Ambiguous Gender characters and don't say that Vendince.
08:13:36 PM Jun 2nd 2010
Soul eater recently swapped the genders of many of the characters in the manga. Should that be mentioned?
02:53:07 PM Oct 17th 2010
Only if the mangaka is a "fan" of Soul Eater. Though, in this case, it's something that did NOT arise from the internet, so it's hard to judge.
03:14:10 PM Oct 17th 2010
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edited by suedenim
I don't think there can be a totally hard-and-fast rule one way or the other. The way I think of it is sort of "Did this get a big reaction out of fans, such that it had a life beyond that story?" For instance, the Gender Bender issue of Guy Gardner - people liked it and all, but by and large, nobody's doing much with the "female Guy" concept. OTOH, the "Captain America and Iron Man" example was a minor gag in one story, but one that seemed to set off a lot of fans' imaginations. Both come out of "official" stories, in other words, but in one case, the fans went off and ran with it, which puts it in this trope.