Follow TV Tropes
Forgot to mention that for fanfics, non-original Alliterative Names are gonna be wiped, given the TRS, but thank for that ruling!
Edited by Malady on Sep 20th 2019 at 5:34:39 AM
A few months ago, on Creator.Kirsten Dunst, I removed a Creator Backlash entry describing her dislike of Tom Holland's performances, since she didn't create any of the Spider-Man movies. However, Spidey ROX 812 put it back this month, with no explanation. Can it really stay?
Is there some reasonable interpretation under which she created Tom Holland's performance in that movie?
I seriously doubt it, since I've never seen both actors in the same Spider-Man movie...
Then it's not Creator Backlash.
Can Follow in My Footsteps include examples where the child is more than happy to follow in the same career path as their parent? Or instances where it's the child that's eager to follow their parent's career path, rather than the parent being the one encouraging them?
For reference, the character pages for Astral Cabal contains multiple Follow in My Footsteps examples where the child is happy to follow their parent's occupation, or does so regardless of whether they were encouraged to or not, and in doing so discovers their natural talent in the field and become a Teen Genius (or, at the very least, a Genius Ditz).
One-Word Title applies to subtitles as well?
Was going to get Idiosyncratic Episode Naming data for ComicBook.Princeless and found Princeless Volume 8: Princesses.
Edited by Malady on Sep 21st 2019 at 5:14:24 AM
I'm writing a story where the Big Bad is half-vampire/half-demon. I know she certainly counts as a Non-Human Humanoid Hybrid, but could she also count as a Dhampyr? Or does one have to specifically be half-human/half-vampire to qualify as a dhampyr?
Is Barry's name in Pokémon Masters really a recursive nod to his anime counterpart? Everyone always assumed "Barry" comes from some in-company data, but the PM page here treats it as a Mythology Gag.
Isn't one of the names you can choose for him in Diamond/Pearl/Platinum Barry?
Edited by Crossover-Enthusiast on Sep 21st 2019 at 12:11:20 PM
Regarding my query here, I ended up removing the entry while linking back to this thread.
For those who chimed in with their opinions, thank you for your input.
It seems like a good number of MrEnter Cowboy BeBop at His Computer examples above were simply moved from Critical Research Failure. I'll comment on each in a bit.
To comment on each, having had experience with seeing people criticize MrEnter:
Edited by Brainulator9 on Sep 21st 2019 at 3:39:29 PM
I don't really think this After the End applies to Dororo since I don't believe there's focus on things being better before, and Crapsack World is already listed.
Edited by rjd1922 on Sep 21st 2019 at 1:52:07 PM
YMMV.My Little Pony Friendship Is Magic S 9 E 21 Daring Doubt
This is complaining about the same thing twice, so which of the two fits best? I'd say Shocking Swerve since it's twists that are contrived even if they were foreshadowed which seems to be the complaint here, as opposed to Ass Pull which is lack of foreshadowing.
I go with shocking swerve.
Can I please get some input for this post?
All right. Thanks!
Edited by DelphineTheDelphox on Sep 21st 2019 at 5:20:13 AM
Barry is one of Barry's names, but it wasn't a Canon Name until the anime used it.
Do the following examples from Sarah Z look like they have enough context?:
^ Death of the Author definitely needs more context.
Is it really unexplained if he's been through such a clear sanity destroying event? Half the entry argues it's explainable by the circumstance. I believe Came Back Wrong is a separate trope as it explain the change?
Edited by Ferot_Dreadnaught on Sep 21st 2019 at 8:15:29 AM
Quick question regarding Shin Sakura Wars. In the teaser trailer and the first episode preview, Sakura Amamiya says "This is the moment where our fates awaken!" Do those count as Arc Words?
Edited by gjjones on Sep 22nd 2019 at 5:32:19 AM
Can a character be an idiot hero while not actually being dumb? I'm currently writing a story with a protagonist that basically acts like Naruto due to having no social skills and being impulsive but they have genius level intelligence, not even book dumb, more of a Ditzy Genius hero that plays a shonen idiot hero role. Is this Square Peg, Round Trope
I admittedly know nothing about the series, so I don't know if those words are repeated in other games. With that being said, I'd abstain on putting that up as an example, because Arc Words are supposed to have some sort of explanation for their repeated appearances, and I kind of doubt said explanation is out there around this time.
Community Showcase More
How well does it match the trope?