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A list of tropes which contain video examples from which media. Unlike quotes and images which are one per page (for more, make a Quotes/ or ImageLinks/ page respectively), a trope can have more than one video, as long as:

  1. The video depicts the trope accurately.
  2. It doesn't exceed 150 seconds (2:30 minutes).
  3. It follows the principles of Fair Use (e.g. don't use an unnecessary amount of footage).
  4. It has no adult content.
  5. It has no watermarks.
  6. There are no massive, series-wide spoilers.
  7. There is no content that could potentially put a viewer's health at risk (e.g. Epileptic Flashing Lights has a blanket-ban on all videos for obvious reasons).
  8. The page the vid is for is a trope in the Main/ namespace. (Sorry, Darth Wiki and Sugar Wiki.)
  9. The trope itself permits regular text examples.
Additionally, a video needs to be approved by a moderator after being uploaded.

Compare with Image Source and Quote Source.

Having trouble finding ideas for videos? Have ideas for videos but don't have the time or means to upload them? Go to the Video Ideas sandbox.

Note: If any of the media pages are red, but still link properly to a page, go to that page and null Edit it. (Press edit page, and then save.)

Media with their own index:

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    Asian Animation 

    Professional Wrestling 

    Puppet Shows 


    Theme Parks & Rides 



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