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* OrwellianEditor: The creator(s) deny creating a work or part of it.


* DiscontinuityNod: Whenever any of above is referenced in-universe



* DiscontinuityNod: Whenever any of above is referenced in-universe as a MythologyGag.





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* DiscontinuityNod: Whenever any of above is referenced in-universe

Usage may also refer to:

* DorkAge: An overhaul, reboot or retool to attract new fans that is generally considered a failure by both fans and creators.
* {{Retcon}}: A story alteration to serve the plot.




Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening (fixing a PlotHole, changing it to cater to the fans, etc.) and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:

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Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening (fixing a PlotHole, changing it to cater to the fans, etc.) and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]].person. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:

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One of the meta-causes of AlternateUniverse.


Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:

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Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening (fixing a PlotHole, changing it to cater to the fans, etc.) and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:


Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no now longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:

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Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no now longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:


Discontinuity is when something that was a part of the continuity is no now longer regarded or completely changed. There are a number of reasons for this happening and whether or not the changes are canon [[YourMileageMayVary depends on the person]]. Discontinuity is separated into three categories:





* FanonDiscontinuity: Where the fans [[strike:want to pretend]] know something doesn't exist.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: Where the fans [[strike:want want to pretend]] know pretend something doesn't exist.


* FanonDiscontinuity: Where the fans want to pretend something doesn't exist.

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* FanonDiscontinuity: Where the fans want [[strike:want to pretend pretend]] know something doesn't exist.


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