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As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything ''but'' late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here]], and as time went on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything ''but'' late. It survives first survived through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which and can now be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ on Dreamwidth [[https://antishurtugal-reborn.dreamwidth.org/ here]], and as time went on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...


* NotQuiteDead: After the community website went down, one would assume its existence and influence would go down with it. What happened instead, however, was the migration of the community to an obscure but tight-knit Website/LiveJournal group that remains active as of '''2017'''.

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* NotQuiteDead: After the community website went down, one would assume its existence and influence would go down with it. What happened instead, however, was the migration of the community to an obscure but tight-knit Website/LiveJournal group that remains active as of '''2017'''.'''2018'''.


As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything ''but'' late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here]]. As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything ''but'' late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here]]. As here]], and as time has gone went on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...


Once upon a time, there existed a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom]] community known as Anti-Shur'tugal. It was based around its members' mutual dislike of the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'', and during its prime, it was one of the most well-known and outspoken hatedoms online, it was even known for providing writing advice to budding writers as a way to counter the ever-present "LetsSeeYouDoItBetter" phrase. However, for reasons unknown, the site was shut down and removed. That seemed to be that for Anti-Shur'tugal, and to this day it is remembered as one of the late great Inheritance hatedoms.

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Once upon a time, there existed a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom]] community known as Anti-Shur'tugal. It was based around its members' mutual dislike of the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'', and during its prime, it was one of the most well-known and outspoken hatedoms online, it was even known for providing writing advice to budding writers as a way to counter the ever-present "LetsSeeYouDoItBetter" "LetsSeeYouDoBetter" phrase. However, for reasons unknown, the site was shut down and removed. That seemed to be that for Anti-Shur'tugal, and to this day it is remembered as one of the late great Inheritance hatedoms.


Once upon a time, there existed a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom]] community known as Anti-Shur'tugal. It was based around its members' mutual dislike of the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'', and during its prime, it was one of the most well-known and outspoken hatedoms online. However, for reasons unknown, the site was shut down and removed. That seemed to be that for Anti-Shur'tugal, and to this day it is remembered as one of the late great Inheritance hatedoms.

[[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle However...]]

As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here]]. As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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Once upon a time, there existed a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom]] community known as Anti-Shur'tugal. It was based around its members' mutual dislike of the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'', and during its prime, it was one of the most well-known and outspoken hatedoms online.online, it was even known for providing writing advice to budding writers as a way to counter the ever-present "LetsSeeYouDoItBetter" phrase. However, for reasons unknown, the site was shut down and removed. That seemed to be that for Anti-Shur'tugal, and to this day it is remembered as one of the late great Inheritance hatedoms.

[[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle However...Or so you'd think...]]

As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but ''but'' late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here]]. As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...


* NetworkDecay: The original site was dedicated to mocking Inheritance Cycle, what's left of the community now has expanded its interests to mocking bad books in general.

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* NetworkDecay: The original site was dedicated to mocking Inheritance Cycle, ''Inheritance Cycle'' and ''Twilight'', what's left of the community now has expanded its interests to mocking bad books in general.


* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20080912144851/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right minds, ever go as far as to ''consider'' inciting such forms of vandalism.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20080912144851/http://www.org/web/20080903022753/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] (which actually came out in September 3rd, but don't worry about it) saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right minds, ever go as far as to ''consider'' inciting such forms of vandalism.


* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090404205611/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right minds, ever go as far as to ''consider'' inciting such forms of vandalism.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090404205611/http://www.org/web/20080912144851/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right minds, ever go as far as to ''consider'' inciting such forms of vandalism.


* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090404205611/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right mind, ever go as far as ''considering'' to incite such forms of vandalism.
* {{MST}}: Since the group is dedicated to ridiculing bad books, this trope (along with ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike) is to be expected.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090404205611/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right mind, minds, ever go as far as ''considering'' to incite ''consider'' inciting such forms of vandalism.
* {{MST}}: Since the group is dedicated to ridiculing bad books, this trope (along with ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike) is to be expected.
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Once the site staff learned that some people were vandalazing bookstores by scribbling the Anti-Shur'tugal URL across ''Inheritance Cycle'' books, they wrote the [[https://web.archive.org/web/20090404205611/http://www.anti-shurtugal.com:80/wordpress/ September 1st, 2008 update]] saying, among other things, that it was never their intention to make it so people wouldn't buy books like Literature/{{Eragon}} or Literature/{{Twilight}}, and that none of them would, in their right mind, ever go as far as ''considering'' to incite such forms of vandalism.


As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here.]] As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here.]] here]]. As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...


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* BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: As noted above, the community does ''not'' describe or percieve itself as a {{Hatedom}}, despite it being popularly known as such.
* {{MST}}: Since the group is dedicated to ridiculing bad books, this trope (along with ComplainingAboutShowsYouDontLike) is to be expected.
* NetworkDecay: The original site was dedicated to mocking Inheritance Cycle, what's left of the community now has expanded its interests to mocking bad books in general.
* NotQuiteDead: After the community website went down, one would assume its existence and influence would go down with it. What happened instead, however, was the migration of the community to an obscure but tight-knit Website/LiveJournal group that remains active as of '''2017'''.


As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here.]] As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit LiveJournal Website/LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here.]] As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

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Once upon a time, there existed a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom]] community known as Anti-Shur'tugal. It was based around its members' mutual dislike of the ''Literature/InheritanceCycle'', and during its prime, it was one of the most well-known and outspoken hatedoms online. However, for reasons unknown, the site was shut down and removed. That seemed to be that for Anti-Shur'tugal, and to this day it is remembered as one of the late great Inheritance hatedoms.

[[YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle However...]]

As a matter of fact, Anti-Shur'tugal is anything but late. It survives through its tight-knit LiveJournal community, which can be found [[http://community.livejournal.com/antishurtugal/ here.]] As time has gone on, the community has moved on from Inheritance and expanded its horizons. Its main focuses include...

* Literature/InheritanceCycle
* Literature/{{Twilight}}
* The Literature/{{Maradonia Saga}}
* Literature/WorldsOfTheCrystalMoon
* And plenty of others. The community is no longer defined by criticizing individual works of literature.

Despite being popularly known as a [[{{Hatedom}} hatedom,]] the community is notable for being a subversion of it. It describes itself, not as a hatedom, but as a literary criticism community, which discusses issues about writing in general, advertising novels, fanfiction and FanDumb behaviour.

In addition to the main community, there are sibling communities for [[http://community.livejournal.com/a_soc_k members' original writing]] and [[http://community.livejournal.com/armedwithsporks/ sporkings on various bad books.]]
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