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Cutlist it. All the few working examples would be redistributed to other tropes.

Premise:

WWII Made Japan And Germany Joined At The Hip actually consists of 3 different parts:
  • #1. That Japanese like Germans and Germany, and so they're often used in Japanese fiction.
  • #2. That Germany and Japan tend to be mishmashed or confused in non-Japanese and non-German media.
    • It could be an actual trope if it had, you know, actual examples.
  • #3. Coincidences, like "in that cartoon, there's a scene where you see flags of many countries, and German and Japanese flags are totally near each other!"

Discussion: [1]


Limit it to only #1 and #2, which is how it should be now, so in effect do nothing.

Premise:

WWII Made Japan And Germany Joined At The Hip actually consists of 3 different parts:
  • #1. That Japanese like Germans and Germany, and so they're often used in Japanese fiction.
  • #2. That Germany and Japan tend to be mishmashed or confused in non-Japanese and non-German media.
    • It could be an actual trope if it had, you know, actual examples.
  • #3. Coincidences, like "in that cartoon, there's a scene where you see flags of many countries, and German and Japanese flags are totally near each other!"

Discussion: [1]


Limit it to #1, with an appropriate rename. This means you can actually prove this is a distinct trope, and not just a part of Gratuitous German.

Premise:

WWII Made Japan And Germany Joined At The Hip actually consists of 3 different parts:
  • #1. That Japanese like Germans and Germany, and so they're often used in Japanese fiction.
  • #2. That Germany and Japan tend to be mishmashed or confused in non-Japanese and non-German media.
    • It could be an actual trope if it had, you know, actual examples.
  • #3. Coincidences, like "in that cartoon, there's a scene where you see flags of many countries, and German and Japanese flags are totally near each other!"

Discussion: [1]


Limit it to #2, with an appropriate rename, and adding actual examples. This means you are actually able to provide some of them.

Premise:

WWII Made Japan And Germany Joined At The Hip actually consists of 3 different parts:
  • #1. That Japanese like Germans and Germany, and so they're often used in Japanese fiction.
  • #2. That Germany and Japan tend to be mishmashed or confused in non-Japanese and non-German media.
    • It could be an actual trope if it had, you know, actual examples.
  • #3. Coincidences, like "in that cartoon, there's a scene where you see flags of many countries, and German and Japanese flags are totally near each other!"

Discussion: [1]


Split it into 2 pages: one for #1, and one for #2, with appropriate renames, etc., etc.

Premise:

WWII Made Japan And Germany Joined At The Hip actually consists of 3 different parts:
  • #1. That Japanese like Germans and Germany, and so they're often used in Japanese fiction.
  • #2. That Germany and Japan tend to be mishmashed or confused in non-Japanese and non-German media.
    • It could be an actual trope if it had, you know, actual examples.
  • #3. Coincidences, like "in that cartoon, there's a scene where you see flags of many countries, and German and Japanese flags are totally near each other!"

Discussion: [1]


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