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ZiggZagg
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06:03:11 PM Jun 14th 2014
edited by 97.81.168.20
Would a trope related like Five-Man Band work here? At least, with the main characters with the story.

The Leader: Chrom The Lancer: Lucinia The Smart Guy: My Unit The Big Guy: Frederick The Chick: Lissa

It may be a stupid question, but I want a clarification before I add something that someone may/may not agree with.
SeptimusHeap
12:25:28 AM Jun 15th 2014
I don't know, but this forum discussion probably does.
SaraJaye
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09:34:34 AM Mar 9th 2014
Should Lucina's name really be spoilered? The game's been out for over a year now.
AnoBakaDesu
10:39:55 AM Mar 11th 2014
edited by 76.10.171.248
A complete spoiler cleanup on the characters page is necessary. I myself am busy cleaning stuff on other pages, so it's best to start applying the rules before a moderator comes crashing in.

Are you up to the task?
SaraJaye
08:24:23 AM Mar 14th 2014
I'll do my best.
YuriEagle
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02:15:07 PM Jan 16th 2014
Should all of the game's Ho Yay implications really fall under Getting Crap Past the Radar? The game is already rated T, and one minute in the Hubba Tester should make it obvious that they aren't trying to sneak anything.
SeptimusHeap
02:25:02 PM Jan 16th 2014
Ho Yay is an Audience Reaction, ergo not suitable to Getting Crap Past the Radar, much less in a T-rated game. Cut it.
toolbar
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06:13:00 AM Nov 19th 2013
Isn't thinking Cherche is a woman stereotype a bit ironic? She's one of the few FE women to have a bonus to STR and DEF, unlike the typical SKL/SPD ones.
delspencerdeltorro
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01:16:29 AM Jul 3rd 2013
Is the Yen'fay example really irony? I can see what the entry was going for, but I think this example really belongs to a different trope, but I'm not sure which one. In the chapter where you fight him in the volcano, when the island he's on collapses into the lava, the square he's standing on actually doesn't fall. I think this might be Up To Eleven, or a Brick Joke.
Ultimaneo
07:44:40 AM Jul 16th 2013
I see where you're coming from, but I personally think it is. While it's true that being resistant to heat didn't really play a part in the fight, the fact that he met his end in the place he had the biggest advantage seems ironic enough (in my opinion, at least).
Raxis
05:34:51 PM Jul 18th 2013
I always thought being resistant to heat was just a joke about the fact that he alone isn't harmed by the passive damage from the area.
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