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By costanton 11 on 11/20/18 09:36 AM
Reason: not trivia

By Captain Crawdad on 11/20/18 09:34 AM
Reason: The Impresario also sings and mumbles to audience members while begging. The chicken hawker also has dialogue.

By intastiel on 11/20/18 09:33 AM
Reason: De-potholing page quote per What To Put At The Top Of A Page

By Apocrypha on 11/20/18 09:30 AM
Reason: Same reasons as what I said there: the film argues against senseless sacrifices, Paige and Holdo HAD to make those sacrifices to save lives, while Finn's would have likely accomplished nothing. They also sacrificed out of love, while he was trying to sacrifice out of hate, which is another thing the film argues against. As for the stormtroopers, that can be attributed to deleted scenes, there were several planned to show more of their human side.

By Apocrypha on 11/20/18 09:28 AM
Reason: That's not indecisive—it argues against senseless sacrifices. Paige and Holdo's sacrifices were very much needed, while Finn's would likely have accomplished nothing. Also, failing to follow up on something from the first movie isn't this trope.

By Someoneman on 11/20/18 09:26 AM
Reason: Rule Of Cautious Editing Judgement according to this thread's guidelines.

By a happy guy on 11/20/18 09:26 AM
Reason: grammar

By chilled0ut on 11/20/18 09:23 AM
Reason: Alphabetizing folders

By Chalkieperfect on 11/20/18 09:22 AM
Reason: Cleaned up some conversation in the main page to make the Superman Returns example flow better. I retained both prior editors points and much of their language but made it read as a single statement.

By Cunning Stuntbag on 11/20/18 09:21 AM
Reason: Fixed red link.

By Etheru on 11/20/18 09:20 AM
Reason: I don't think Broken Base entries are allowed on movies that haven't released yet.

By Ethan Mallove on 11/20/18 09:20 AM
Reason: add Ross Poldark

By Absolutely Average on 11/20/18 09:20 AM
Reason: I don't think the last king of the Ashari acts as a proper foil to Cinder seeing as we don't actually know his thought process or experiences before summoning Salem.

By Ethan Mallove on 11/20/18 09:20 AM
Reason: add

By Apocrypha on 11/20/18 09:17 AM
Reason: No, if Poe had obeyed orders, all the ships would have returned to the fleet and been gone. Because he disobeyed, the dreadnought had time to prepare to fire on them.

By B Kelly 95 on 11/20/18 09:15 AM
Reason: adding information

By naturalironist on 11/20/18 09:14 AM
Reason: crosswicking new trope, entry doesn't specify which episode this happens in

By Dragon Quest Z on 11/20/18 09:13 AM

By Ethan Mallove on 11/20/18 09:12 AM
Reason: revert — going to sandbox to test changes

By Roboro 15 on 11/20/18 09:12 AM
Reason: Bit of an unnecessary edit considering that you didn't do the same to the other tracks :)

By Andyroid on 11/20/18 09:11 AM
Reason: Adding synopses for the Compy-era SB Emails.

By maninahat on 11/20/18 09:09 AM
Reason: Removed a lot of extra information for the sake of brevity, adjusted the formatting to be more tvtropes appropriate, removed a lot of the links to accounts as the page was reading less like a summary and more like a sales pitch. Some examples of tropes still required.

By Codefreak 5 on 11/20/18 09:09 AM
Reason: "predecessor" is not a proper noun and should not be formatted like a video game title; also, there's already a link to the PD:TH page, so this one is unnecessary

By Ethan Mallove on 11/20/18 09:07 AM
Reason: fix wiki link

By Ethan Mallove on 11/20/18 09:06 AM
Reason: add Ross Poldark

By Captain Crawdad on 11/20/18 09:04 AM
Reason: Billy Knapp identifies it as cholera

By Captain Crawdad on 11/20/18 09:03 AM
Reason: It looks like the recent changes to this section just added all the details of everything that happens in the chapter. It's only supposed to be a list of things that suggest that it's a voyage into the afterlife.

By Gosicrystal on 11/20/18 09:03 AM

By Gosicrystal on 11/20/18 09:03 AM
Reason: Cut Thread Mode.

By Gosicrystal on 11/20/18 09:01 AM
Reason: Removed Word Cruft and pointless spoiler tags (those things are not spoilers). Improved Example Indentation.

By manbemel on 11/20/18 09:01 AM
Reason: This is already present in the YMMV section, as it is non canonical stuff.

By Mr Death on 11/20/18 09:00 AM
Reason: That really doesn't have the weight for a "Wham."

By Mr Death on 11/20/18 08:58 AM
Reason: A shoutout is not "resembles." Also, given that the New Gods were also created by Jack Kirby and the Giant is clearly aware of the man's comic book creations, it's almost certain that Highfather is a reference to, well, Highfather.

By manbemel on 11/20/18 08:57 AM
Reason: Moving from characters section

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:57 AM

By manbemel on 11/20/18 08:56 AM
Reason: This trope is based on personal opinion from the audience, so it must go to the YMMV section

By annette 12 on 11/20/18 08:53 AM
Reason: deleted without explanation

By Snow B on 11/20/18 08:50 AM
Reason: Added "Special Effect Failure"

By Sunset Warrior on 11/20/18 08:48 AM
Reason: This isn't a YMMV trope.

By Apocrypha on 11/20/18 08:47 AM
Reason: The ship has a large fanbase on Tumblr, they're just in Ship To Ship Combat; the sequel trilogy seems more like a Broken Base there too.

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:46 AM
Reason: How To Write An Example - Don't Write Reviews

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:46 AM
Reason: More accurate.

By Leporidae on 11/20/18 08:46 AM
Reason: Addition of "Baby Driver" to Live Action Films Folder

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:46 AM
Reason: How To Write An Example - Don't Write Reviews

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:45 AM
Reason: How To Write An Example - Don't Write Reviews

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:45 AM
Reason: Folderizing.

By Mr Death on 11/20/18 08:45 AM
Reason: 1. Given the other Eberron shout outs on this page, it's far more likely to be this. 2. That strip is from 2008. Dinosaur Train came out in 2009.

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:45 AM

By Malady on 11/20/18 08:44 AM
Reason: How To Write An Example - Don't Write Reviews

By Orcus on 11/20/18 08:44 AM
Reason: Minor edit on RAAM's title.

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