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* AdaptationalMundanity: An adaptation is less fantastical than the source material.


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* AdaptationalSympathy: An adaptation makes a character more sympathetic.
* AdaptationalTimespanChange: An adaptation changes the timeframe.



* AdaptationFirst
* AdaptationInducedPlotHole : It made sense in the original source material, not so much in the adaptation.

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* AdaptationFirst
AdaptationFirst: The adaptation is released first before the original came out.
* AdaptationInducedPlotHole : AdaptationInducedPlotHole: It made sense in the original source material, not so much in the adaptation.



* AudienceColoringAdaptation

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* AudienceColoringAdaptationAudienceColoringAdaptation: The adaptation greatly influences the original work in the eyes of the audience.

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* WholePlotReference

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* LiveOnStage: A show, often temporary in nature with a small budget, adapting a work.


* AdaptationalAbomination: An adaptation makes a character an EldritchAbomination

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* AdaptationalAbomination: An adaptation makes a character an EldritchAbominationEldritchAbomination.


* AdaptationalAbomination

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* AdaptationalAbominationAdaptationalAbomination: An adaptation makes a character an EldritchAbomination

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* AdaptationTitleChange: An adaptation of a work has a different title than the source material.

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* StationsOfTheCanon: Anchor points that are consistent across different continuities, fanfic or official.


* AdaptedOut: A character from the original work is omitted in the adaptation.

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* AdaptedOut: A character or plot element from the original work is omitted in the adaptation.

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* CompositeCharacter: Two or more characters from the original source are merged into one.


* AdaptationDistillation: The adaptation took some... ahem, ''minor'' liberties with the source material, but otherwise the story follows completely straight.

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* AdaptationDistillation: The adaptation took some... ahem, ''minor'' liberties with omits some of the source material, but otherwise material in order to tell the story follows completely straight.in a more limited time frame.


* AdaptationExpansion: An adaptation that added a ''lot'' more flesh than the source material. Tends to happen when short children's books gets remade into feature-length movies, or a film below two hours of runtime gets expanded into more than ten episodes.

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* AdaptationExpansion: An adaptation that added a ''lot'' lot more flesh than the source material. Tends to happen when short children's books gets remade into feature-length movies, or a film below two hours of runtime gets expanded into more than ten episodes.


* AdaptationInducedPlotHole : It makes sense in the original source material. After being adapted? Not so much.

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* AdaptationInducedPlotHole : It makes made sense in the original source material. After being adapted? Not material, not so much.much in the adaptation.

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