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* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because [[OoCIsSeriousBusiness something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way]].

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* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because [[OoCIsSeriousBusiness [[OOCIsSeriousBusiness something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way]].


* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because [[OoCisSeriousBusiness something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way]].

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* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because [[OoCisSeriousBusiness [[OoCIsSeriousBusiness something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way]].


Compare CharacterDerailment, which is this applied to canon. See also OutOfCharacterMoment. DracoInLeatherPants, RonTheDeathEater and {{Wimpification}} can be considered subtropes.

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Compare CharacterDerailment, which is this applied to canon.canon, and OOCIsSeriousBusiness in situations where characters are noted as acting out of the ordinary in particularly stressful circumstances. See also OutOfCharacterMoment. DracoInLeatherPants, RonTheDeathEater and {{Wimpification}} can be considered subtropes.


* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way.

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* If the FanFic is [[SturgeonsLaw of the 10%]], this is likely because [[OoCisSeriousBusiness something in the story's backstory or plotline made them act this way.
way]].


* Crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay, or shoehorning two characters unto {{uke}} and {{seme}} archetypes.

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* Crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay, or shoehorning two characters unto {{uke}} and {{seme}} archetypes.


* Perhaps he's just writing a CookieCutterFic. Regardless, it's usually frowned upon to post stuff not labeled as such, with the term becoming quite negative if it gets applied to a story by other people.

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* Perhaps he's just writing a CookieCutterFic.TransplantedCharacterFic. Regardless, it's usually frowned upon to post stuff not labeled as such, with the term becoming quite negative if it gets applied to a story by other people.


* Crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay, or shoehorning two characters to fit {{uke}} and {{seme}} archetypes.

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* Crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay, or shoehorning two characters to fit unto {{uke}} and {{seme}} archetypes.


* A crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay.

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* A crack Crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay.
gay, or shoehorning two characters to fit {{uke}} and {{seme}} archetypes.



Compare CharacterDerailment, which is this applied to canon. See also OutOfCharacterMoment. DracoInLeatherPants and RonTheDeathEater can be considered subtropes.

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Compare CharacterDerailment, which is this applied to canon. See also OutOfCharacterMoment. DracoInLeatherPants and DracoInLeatherPants, RonTheDeathEater and {{Wimpification}} can be considered subtropes.


* A crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's peroonalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay.

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* A crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's peroonalities, personalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay.



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* A crack or yaoi pairings, which mess up some character's peroonalities, like making a blatant womanizer gay.


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[[caption-width-right:349:''[[{{Understatement}} Subtly]]'' not in phase with the [[MagnificentBastard character]].]]

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[[caption-width-right:349:''[[{{Understatement}} [[caption-width-right:280:''[[{{Understatement}} Subtly]]'' not in phase with the [[MagnificentBastard character]].]]


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not in phase with the [[MagnificentBastard character]].]]

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