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A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series with its events taking place between installments of the work or, if the writer is talented, within them but expanded upon or with a detailed perspective. Alternatively, it may be the events as presented expanded upon in light of a twist the author has added that hasn't been confirmed nor denied in canon. Additionally, no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because their aim is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]].

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A PseudocanonicalFic Pseudocanonical Fic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series with its events taking place between installments of the work or, if the writer is talented, within them but expanded upon or with a detailed perspective. Alternatively, it may be the events as presented expanded upon in light of a twist the author has added that hasn't been confirmed nor denied in canon. Additionally, no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because their aim is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]].


See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, OriginalFlavor, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt.

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See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, OriginalFlavor, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, FanonDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt.


This mostly happens for incomplete series. In some cases the season or arc (or even entire series) in which the fic takes place ends without discrediting the events written by the fans, and these are sometimes adopted by other fans as part of the unseen canon of the series. In rare cases the ideas will be picked up by the series, or even revealed to have been part of the creators' plan and GenreSavvy fans [[IKnewIt just happened to think it up]], too.

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This mostly happens for incomplete series. In some cases the season or arc (or even entire series) in which the fic takes place ends without discrediting the events written by the fans, and these are sometimes adopted by other fans as part of the unseen canon of the series. In rare cases the ideas will be picked up by the series, or even revealed to have been part of the creators' plan and GenreSavvy fans [[IKnewIt just happened to think it up]], too.


See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, OriginalFlavor, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt.

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See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, OriginalFlavor, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt.IKnewIt.
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A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series with its events taking place between instalments of the work or, if the writer is talented, within them but expanded upon or with a detailed perspective. Alternatively, it may be the events as presented expanded upon in light of a twist the author has added that hasn't been confirmed nor denied in canon. Additionally, no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because their aim is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]].

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A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series with its events taking place between instalments installments of the work or, if the writer is talented, within them but expanded upon or with a detailed perspective. Alternatively, it may be the events as presented expanded upon in light of a twist the author has added that hasn't been confirmed nor denied in canon. Additionally, no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because their aim is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]].


See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt

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See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, OriginalFlavor, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewItIKnewIt.


a.k.a. Outlying Canon, Fanon Expanded Universe

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a.k.a. Outlying Canon, Fanon Expanded Universe
Universe, Canon Compliant Fanwork


SeeAlso: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, {{Jossing}}, AscendedFanon, FixFic, WildMassGuessing, and IKnewIt

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SeeAlso: See Also: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, {{Jossing}}, [[{{Jossed}} Jossing]], AscendedFanon, FixFic, WildMassGuessing, EpilepticTrees, and IKnewIt


Sometimes fans who decide to do a Fanfic, instead of doing an AlternateUniverseFic or the like, will write a story that is supposed to fit within the borders of the official canon. This mostly happens for not-yet-interrupted series, would they be TV, comics, novels, manga… A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series, and no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because the game is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]] added to the canon by the creator.

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a.k.a. Outlying Canon, Fanon Expanded Universe

Sometimes fans who decide to do when writing a Fanfic, {{Fanfic}}, instead of doing an AlternateUniverseFic or pulling the like, will more common fare of an AlternateUniverseFic, a fan may write a story that is supposed to fit within the borders of of, and does not contradict, the official canon. This mostly happens for not-yet-interrupted series, would they be TV, comics, novels, manga… {{canon}}.

A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series, and series with its events taking place between instalments of the work or, if the writer is talented, within them but expanded upon or with a detailed perspective. Alternatively, it may be the events as presented expanded upon in light of a twist the author has added that hasn't been confirmed nor denied in canon. Additionally, no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because the game their aim is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works]] added works]].

May occur as a potential FixFic
to explain the rationale behind an OutOfCharacter moment or in other instances to actually justify canon or justify popular {{fanon}} within the established canon.

This mostly happens for incomplete series. In some cases the season or arc (or even entire series) in which the fic takes place ends without discrediting the events written
by the creator.fans, and these are sometimes adopted by other fans as part of the unseen canon of the series. In rare cases the ideas will be picked up by the series, or even revealed to have been part of the creators' plan and GenreSavvy fans [[IKnewIt just happened to think it up]], too.

SeeAlso: {{Canon}}, {{Fanon}}, AlternateUniverseFic, FanDiscontinuity, {{Jossing}}, AscendedFanon, FixFic, WildMassGuessing, and IKnewIt


Sometimes fans who decide to do a Fanfic, instead of doing an AlternateUniverseFic or the like, will write a story that is supposed to fit within the borders of the official canon. This mostly happens for not-yet-interrupted series, would they be TV, comics, novels, manga… A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series, and no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because the game is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be contradicted in future official works added to the canon by the creator.

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Sometimes fans who decide to do a Fanfic, instead of doing an AlternateUniverseFic or the like, will write a story that is supposed to fit within the borders of the official canon. This mostly happens for not-yet-interrupted series, would they be TV, comics, novels, manga… A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series, and no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because the game is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be [[{{Jossed}} contradicted in future official works works]] added to the canon by the creator.

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Sometimes fans who decide to do a Fanfic, instead of doing an AlternateUniverseFic or the like, will write a story that is supposed to fit within the borders of the official canon. This mostly happens for not-yet-interrupted series, would they be TV, comics, novels, manga… A PseudocanonicalFic presents itself as an in-between episode of the series, and no irremediable event such as the death of a character will happen in it, because the game is to write a story that has the fewest chances to ever be contradicted in future official works added to the canon by the creator.

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