04:21:33 PM Jun 13th 2013
Could this trope apply to viewer reactions as well? Like during a Let's Play where the player does something to really drop the ball and the viewers keep scolding them for it in the comments? If not, can that be a trope?
02:49:40 PM Oct 11th 2012
I'm seeing a lot of examples that ought to be under What the Hell, Hero? instead.
09:11:28 AM Aug 24th 2012
Okay, what the hell is going on with the folders and how do we fix it?
10:31:53 AM Aug 24th 2012
edited by Telcontar
edited by Telcontar
Folders can only hold so much text. The "other" folder has gotten wayy too big, so none of them work any more. We fix it by sorting those examples (creating new genre folders if necessary) so there are more, smaller folders that don't break the page. Edit: Doing so in a sandbox and paste that into the main page would be best.
04:38:05 PM Oct 7th 2011
The examples really should be organized. As it stands, the examples jump around from genre to genre, making things really confusing. I don't know a whole lot about how This Very Wiki works yet, so I can't do much in the way of creating structure...yet (this post is the first edit/interaction I've made here). What I should be able to do is add in what I remember seeing from a video on Youtube a while ago. In Super Mario RPG (note: never played personally), you can say NO to saving enough times to get Mario to do different poses when you finally accept. I imagine this was thrown in by the dev team as a WTH,P? because someone has to be really, REALLY bored to do this. The fact that it was (apparently) only discovered a few years ago is a good indication of its obscurity. Will attempt adding now.
11:57:31 PM Aug 16th 2010
In The Legend of Zelda: Spirit Tracks, though you can finish the game without replacing Lokomo Steem's vessel after destroying it, doing so will result in him rewarding you for being reliable. In my case he gave me a Palace Dish.