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[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} Look here!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} [[Film/Legend1985 Look here!]]]]



''These''... are the [[color:red:'''Tropes of Legend'''!]]]]

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''These''... are the [[color:red:'''Tropes ''[[red:Tropes of Legend'''!]]]]
Legend]]!''']]



* EarWorm: Someone gets a song stuck in their mind.



** {{Jossed}}: The {{Word of God}} shoots the theories down.

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** {{Jossed}}: The {{Word of God}} WordOfGod shoots the theories down.



* EarWorm: A song that just sticks in your mind.


See also TropeOverdosed (for the equivalent in shows), OmnipresentTropes, Administrivia/TVTropesGlossary, CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions, PotholeMagnet. For Tropes Of Legend by sheer numerical weight, see OverdosedTropes.

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See also TropeOverdosed JustForFun/TropeOverdosed (for the equivalent in shows), OmnipresentTropes, Administrivia/TVTropesGlossary, CanonicalListOfSubtleTropeDistinctions, PotholeMagnet. For Tropes Of Legend by sheer numerical weight, see OverdosedTropes.


* DrivenToSuicide: Events lead a character to kill himself.

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* DrivenToSuicide: Events lead a character to kill himself.themself.


* {{Yandere}}: This person's crazy about you. [[AxCrazy Often literally]].

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* {{Yandere}}: This person's crazy about you. [[AxCrazy Often literally]].literally.]]

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* NiceGuy: A character who is kind and polite.


* TropeMaker: The [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ work]] that invents the trope.

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* TropeMaker: The [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ work]] work that invents the trope.


* TropeMaker: The work that invents the trope.

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* TropeMaker: The work [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ work]] that invents the trope.


Most of the individual mediums have their own special vocabularies and tropes - see those sections for details. A few examples from each (HeelFaceTurn, MarySue, etc.) have propagated beyond their home subcultures.

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Most of the individual mediums have their own special vocabularies and tropes - -- see those sections for details. A few examples from each (HeelFaceTurn, MarySue, etc.) have propagated beyond their home subcultures.


[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ Look here!]]]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ Look here!]]]]]]
here!]]]]


[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} Look here!]]]]

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[[caption-width-right:350: [[JustForFun/IThoughtItMeant Did you think we meant]]...? [[VisualPun Oh no!]] [[Film/{{Legend 1985}} [[https://dleell.com/write-cv/ Look here!]]]]
here!]]]]]]

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* CharlesAtlasSuperpower: A character who has superhuman-like abilities after extreme training.

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* ContinuityNod: A reference to a previous event.
** CallBack: Said previous event is brought back with plot relevance.


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* {{Foreshadowing}}: A moment that hints at what will happen later in the story.


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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Use of excessive force.


** DistancedFromCurrentEvents: A work is either temporarily or permanently pulled due to similarities to real-world tragedies.



** TooSoon: A work is either temporarily or permanently pulled due to similarities to real-world tragedies.


* DeusExMachina: An unlikely or [[BadWritingIndex poorly-written]] element inserted into the story to specifically fix a narrative problem.

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* DeusExMachina: An unlikely or [[BadWritingIndex [[WritingPitfallIndex poorly-written]] element inserted into the story to specifically fix a narrative problem.


** * BigGood: The inverse; the [[ManBehindTheMan good guy behind all the other good guys.]] The heroic counterpart of the BigBad.

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** * BigGood: The inverse; the [[ManBehindTheMan good guy behind all the other good guys.]] The heroic counterpart of the BigBad.

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