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04:21:39 AM Jul 28th 2011
So, yeah, what's Yvaine's C Mo A? It's weird to reference it without stating what it is.
07:33:11 PM Mar 19th 2012
edited by PaulA
It's a spoiler, is what it is. It shouldn't be in the trope list, anyway; the separate CMOA section exists for a reason.
04:23:17 PM Jul 31st 2010
edited by Schlitzruessler
Currently, the page for Stardust mingles tropes and scene descriptions from the novel and the movie, often not even stating which source, film or book. As the film adaption differs dramatically from the novel, both in plot and characters, I propose that the page is either split into two entries: Stardust (novel) and Stardust (film), or at least that the tropes on the page are split into two lists, one for tropes occuring in the novel and one for tropes in the (shitty) movie. — Schlitzruessler
09:42:42 PM Jul 31st 2010
That sounds like a good idea. Though I wouldn't go so far as to call the movie 'shitty'. (Probably because I'm one of those people who actually preferred the movie's ending to the book's.)
09:46:24 PM Jul 31st 2010
If you're going to split the examples for the novel and film, you could just do a soft split before doing the actual split.
07:34:24 PM Mar 19th 2012
It's split now: Literature.Stardust and Film.Stardust.
11:04:27 AM Sep 14th 2012
Sadly, examples are still getting mixed. I saw quite a few confusing posts on Film.Stardust article that referred to scenes from the movie.
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