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* ActorAllusion: Several, to other TV Tropes forum roleplays:
** In "The Clever and Original Whodunnit Plot Parody", [=TropesForever=] has an idea that Bev [[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBeenGenderFlipped really likes shrimp]], but thinks that it might have come from a dream.
** In "The Body Catalog", when the group are deciding on [[ItMakesSenseInContext which body Taco should choose,]] [=TropesForever=] suggests "[[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBecomePokemon a Joltik]]". {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Taco immediately after.
** [=G2=] pilots a [[HumongousMecha Gundam]] and that same Gundam is used as a basis for a character's PowerArmour in the ''Our avatars are in a room for together'' FG thread.
** Puma gets unwittingly transformed into a humanoid feline, just like his character Felis in ''We're A League of Villains''.
* InMemoriam: "Robin and the Clefairy" features a montage sequence with Puma and Clone!Barry going to different places based on the lyrics of Michel Legrand's "The Windmills of Your Mind." Puma mentions there being a subtitle dedicating the montage to Legrand, as he passed away less than a day before it was written.

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* ActorAllusion: Several, to other TV Tropes forum roleplays:
** In "The Clever and Original Whodunnit Plot Parody", [=TropesForever=] has an idea that Bev [[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBeenGenderFlipped really likes shrimp]], but thinks that it might have come from a dream.
** In "The Body Catalog", when the group are deciding on [[ItMakesSenseInContext which body Taco should choose,]] [=TropesForever=] suggests "[[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBecomePokemon a Joltik]]". {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Taco immediately after.
** [=G2=] pilots a [[HumongousMecha Gundam]] and that same Gundam is used as a basis for a character's PowerArmour in the ''Our avatars are in a room for together'' FG thread.
** Puma gets unwittingly transformed into a humanoid feline, just like his character Felis in ''We're A League of Villains''.
* InMemoriam: "Robin and the Clefairy" features a montage sequence with Puma and Clone!Barry Clone Barry going to different places based on the lyrics of Michel Legrand's "The Windmills of Your Mind." Puma mentions there being a subtitle dedicating the montage to Legrand, as he passed away less than a day before it was written.


* In "Revenge's Day Off", [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]] was supposed to have been in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover of villains, to be played by [=DrNoPuma=]. However, Puma introduced his first villain NPC, [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]], and grew to like playing him so much that he decided to stick with just Flowey, and Oogie was left out of the crossover.
** Season 3 was originally supposed to be a pastiche of The Amazing Race, but it was dropped for a less-railroady storyline.

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* ** In "Revenge's Day Off", [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]] was supposed to have been in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover of villains, to be played by [=DrNoPuma=]. However, Puma introduced his first villain NPC, [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]], and grew to like playing him so much that he decided to stick with just Flowey, and Oogie was left out of the crossover.
** Season 3 was originally supposed to be a pastiche of The Amazing Race, ''Series/TheAmazingRace'', but it was dropped for a less-railroady storyline.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In "Revenge's Day Off", [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]] was supposed to have been in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover of villains, to be played by [=DrNoPuma=]. However, Puma introduced his first villain NPC, [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]], and grew to like playing him so much that he decided to stick with just Flowey, and Oogie was left out of the crossover.

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In "Revenge's Day Off", [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]] was supposed to have been in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover of villains, to be played by [=DrNoPuma=]. However, Puma introduced his first villain NPC, [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]], and grew to like playing him so much that he decided to stick with just Flowey, and Oogie was left out of the crossover.


* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: The '''entire series''' is like this, as there are almost no ongoing arcs that last for more than a season. Most of the time it's just general wackiness, so much that Tales refused to do a Day in the Life episode.

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* WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: The When it began, the '''entire series''' is was like this, as there are were almost no ongoing arcs that last for more than a season. Most of the time it's and mostly just general wackiness, so much that Tales refused to do wackiness. However, as it's gone on, there's been more continuity with a Day in the Life episode.couple of multi-episode arcs, one of which even lasted for a whole season.

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** Season 3 was originally supposed to be a pastiche of The Amazing Race, but it was dropped for a less-railroady storyline.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: In "Revenge's Day Off", [[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Oogie Boogie]] was supposed to have been in the MassiveMultiplayerCrossover of villains, to be played by [=DrNoPuma=]. However, Puma introduced his first villain NPC, [[VideoGame/{{Undertale}} Flowey]], and grew to like playing him so much that he decided to stick with just Flowey, and Oogie was left out of the crossover.

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* InMemoriam: "Robin and the Clefairy" features a montage sequence with Puma and Clone!Barry going to different places based on the lyrics of Michel Legrand's "The Windmills of Your Mind." Puma mentions there being a subtitle dedicating the montage to Legrand, as he passed away less than a day before it was written.

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** Puma gets unwittingly transformed into a humanoid feline, just like his character Felis in ''We're A League of Villains''.

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*WritingByTheSeatOfYourPants: The '''entire series''' is like this, as there are almost no ongoing arcs that last for more than a season. Most of the time it's just general wackiness, so much that Tales refused to do a Day in the Life episode.


* [=G2=] pilots a [[HumongousMecha Gundam]] and that same Gundam is used as a basis for a character's PowerArmour in the ''Our avatars are in a room for together'' FG thread.

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* ** [=G2=] pilots a [[HumongousMecha Gundam]] and that same Gundam is used as a basis for a character's PowerArmour in the ''Our avatars are in a room for together'' FG thread.

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* [=G2=] pilots a [[HumongousMecha Gundam]] and that same Gundam is used as a basis for a character's PowerArmour in the ''Our avatars are in a room for together'' FG thread.

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* ActorAllusion: Several, to other TV Tropes forum roleplays:
** In "The Clever and Original Whodunnit Plot Parody", [=TropesForever=] has an idea that Bev [[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBeenGenderFlipped really likes shrimp]], but thinks that it might have come from a dream.
** In "The Body Catalog", when the group are deciding on [[ItMakesSenseInContext which body Taco should choose,]] [=TropesForever=] suggests "[[Roleplay/WeHaveAllBecomePokemon a Joltik]]". {{Lampshade|Hanging}}d by Taco immediately after.
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