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TV Tropes is mostly about two things: listing up the examples of works wherein a trope is used, and listing up the tropes used in works. Put these two together, and they form a nice network that encourages long Wiki Walks.

This page is about the latter half: Works that lack a good list of tropes. If you have found such a page, add it to this list. If you have fixed a page from this list, remove it. The same thing applies if you find that someone else added tropes to a work, of course.

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Some of the pages in CompletedMigrations.Namespaced Works With Less Than 15 Wicks may also fit here.

If the page needs example context, please take it to Pages Needing Example Context.

Do not add pages you've made yourself. It gives an impression you're doing only half of the required work and are pushing responsibility to someone else.

Per How to Create a Work Page, work pagesnote  with less than three fully-contextualized tropes belong to the Cut List and not hereSaving grace  and the page creator warrants the "Stub" Notifier. Trope lists that describe only surface-level information sometimes may also be treated as stubs.

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Could use more tropes (under 8 examples)

    Advertising 

    Anime & Manga 

    Arts 

    Comic Books 

    Creators 

    Fan Works 

    Films — Animation 

    Films — Live-Action 

    Literature 

    Live-Action TV 

    Music 
Artists

Albums

Other

    Pinball 

    Video Games 

    Web Animation 

    Web Videos 

    Webcomics 

    Western Animation 

    Others 
ARGs

Animation

Audio Plays

Character Pages

Franchise

Magazines

Manhua

Manhwa

Mythology and Religion

Newspaper Comics

Play-By-Post Games

Podcasts

Radio

Tabletop Games

Theatre

Toys

Visual Novels

Web Original

Websites


    Unsorted (Wiki Magic cleanup dump) 
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Western Animation


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