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* AdaptationalAbomination

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* EarlyAdaptationWeirdness

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* FilmComic: PhotoComic based on some other media.


* AdaptationDisplacement

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* AdaptationDisplacementAdaptationDisplacement: The adaptation becomes more well-known than the source material.



* AscendedExtra

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* AscendedExtraAscendedExtra: A minor character is given a more important role.



* ComicBookAdaptation

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* ComicBookAdaptationComicBookAdaptation: A work is adapted into a comic book.



* CreatorPreferredAdaptation

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* CreatorPreferredAdaptationCreatorPreferredAdaptation: The creator of the original work finds the adaptation to be better than their original creation.



* CuttingOffTheBranches

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* CuttingOffTheBranchesCuttingOffTheBranches: Sequels to a video game with MultipleEndings only regard one ending as canon.



* NonLinearSequel

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* NonLinearSequelNonLinearSequel: A sequel that doesn't directly take place after the previous entry of the series.



* {{Prequel}}: A series installment that takes place before one of the previously released installments.

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* {{Prequel}}: A series installment that takes place before one of the previously released installments.first installment.



* SpiritualAntithesis
* SpiritualSuccessor

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* SpiritualAntithesis
SpiritualAntithesis: A work that is basically the polar opposite of another work.
* SpiritualSuccessorSpiritualSuccessor: A work that isn't a direct continuation of a previous work, but still has enough similarities that it can be taken as a continuation of the original work in spirit.



* YouDontLookLikeYou

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* YouDontLookLikeYouYouDontLookLikeYou: An adaptation has a character look drastically different from the appearance they are normally depicted with.


* AdaptationalAttractiveness
** AdaptationalUgliness

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* AdaptationalAttractiveness
AdaptationalAttractiveness: An adaptation makes a character better-looking.
** AdaptationalUglinessAdaptationalUgliness: An adaptation makes a character more hideous.



* AdaptedOut

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



* ContinuityReboot

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* ContinuityRebootContinuityReboot: An installment of the franchise that ignores the canon of the previous installments in favor of establishing a new continuity.



* CreatorsApathy

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* CreatorsApathyCreatorsApathy: The creator admits that they didn't care about the quality of the work.



* DeathByAdaptation

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* DeathByAdaptationDeathByAdaptation: The adaptation kills off a character who remained alive in the original work.



* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation
* DisownedAdaptation
* DistaffCounterpart
* DivorcedInstallment
* DolledUpInstallment

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* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation
DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation: The way a character dies in the adaptation is different from how they died in the original work.
* DisownedAdaptation
DisownedAdaptation: The creator of the original work dislikes the adaptation.
* DistaffCounterpart
DistaffCounterpart: The female equivalent of a pre-existing male character (the reverse of this would be a Spear Counterpart)
* DivorcedInstallment
DivorcedInstallment: A work originally planned as part of a specific franchise ends up retooled into being its own thing.
* DolledUpInstallmentDolledUpInstallment: Slapping a franchise onto an initially unrelated product.



* EarlyBirdCameo

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* EarlyBirdCameoEarlyBirdCameo: A character makes a brief appearance before being properly introduced later within the work or within their own story.



* FanFic

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* FanFicFanFic: A story based on a work of fiction written by a fan of the work and posted online.



* {{Fanon}}
* FanworkBan

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* {{Fanon}}
{{Fanon}}: Fans' interpretations of what isn't confirmed within the work or by the work's creators.
* FanworkBanFanworkBan: Fan-made content is forbidden.



* GenderFlip
* GodCreatedCanonForeigner

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* GenderFlip
GenderFlip: An adaptation changes the gender of a character.
* GodCreatedCanonForeignerGodCreatedCanonForeigner: An adaptation features a new character created by the creator of the original work.



* LostInImitation

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* LostInImitationLostInImitation: An adaptation is influenced more by previous adaptations than the original work.



* POVSequel
* PragmaticAdaptation
* {{Prequel}}

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* POVSequel
POVSequel: An episode is given a follow-up where the episode's events are shown from another character's perspetive.
* PragmaticAdaptation
PragmaticAdaptation: The adaptation changes or omits elements from the original story that would be difficult or impossible to leave as they were in the source material.
* {{Prequel}}{{Prequel}}: A series installment that takes place before one of the previously released installments.



* RecursiveAdaptation

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* RecursiveAdaptationRecursiveAdaptation: An adaptation is given its own adaptation in the medium of the original work.



* RemakeCameo

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* RemakeCameoRemakeCameo: The reboot features a cameo by one of the actors from the original version of the work.



* {{Revival}}

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* {{Revival}}{{Revival}}: A show that ended its run some time ago is renewed for more episodes.



* SoftReboot
* SparedByTheAdaptation
* {{Spinoff}}
** MorePopularSpinoff
** SpinoffBabies

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* SoftReboot
SoftReboot: A series installment that has the aesthetic of a reboot, but still regards older installments as canon.
* SparedByTheAdaptation
SparedByTheAdaptation: A character who died in the original work remains alive in the adaptation.
* {{Spinoff}}
{{Spinoff}}: A show that exists in the same continuity of an older show and often shares some characters with it.
** MorePopularSpinoff
MorePopularSpinoff: The spinoff becomes more successful than the show it is derived from.
** SpinoffBabiesSpinoffBabies: An adaptation starring younger versions of the original show's cast.



** SpinOffspring

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** SpinOffspringSpinOffspring: The show gets a sequel starring the children of the characters from the original show.



* StealthSequel
* StillbornFranchise

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* StealthSequel
StealthSequel: A work that appears to be a new continuity turns out to be a subtle prequel or sequel to the original version.
* StillbornFranchiseStillbornFranchise: A work is intended to start a franchise, but isn't successful enough to warrant further installments.



* ThirdOptionAdaptation

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* ThirdOptionAdaptationThirdOptionAdaptation: An adaptation of an interactive work has a new choice made to go around deciding which of the choices the protagonist makes in the adaptation.

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* DiesDifferentlyInAdaptation

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* ActionizedAdaptation


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* SoftReboot

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** AdaptationalJerkass
** AdaptationalNiceGuy

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** AdaptationalUgliness

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* AdaptationalContextChange


* AdaptationalAttractiveness
* AdaptationalBadass
* AdaptationalComicRelief
* AdaptationalIntelligence
* AdaptationalWimp



* AdaptationalAttractiveness
* AdaptationalBadass
* AdaptationalComicRelief
* AdaptationalIntelligence
* AdaptationalWimp



* CanonFodder



* CanonFodder



* {{Redubbing}}



* {{Redubbing}}


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