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I don't get the page picture. Can someone explain it to me?
It's a collection of images from the Zelda II manual illustrating important plot points that are not mentioned in the game itself.
A more self-explanatory image for this page would be a good idea, if anyone can think of one.
The second movie of Cardcaptor Sakura does a similar thing in the final scene that stops halfway on a cliffhanger. But apparently the missing scene comes on an official image that's found on some devoted sites for one and yes its genuine as you can clearly see (if not convinced see the copyright logo. In copies where the illustrator's name at the bottom is readable, it is revealed to be the chief animation director of the movie ! ) What was CLAMP thinking?
What sort of a trope is this? Deleted scene? Or All there in the manual? Or Print Bonus? Or Bonus Material ?
Interestingly the ccs wiki also mentions this image on this page here http://ccs.wikia.com/wiki/Sakura_Kinomoto
Take a look and decide if that qualifies as an additional trope
Said image can be found if you google "cheerio fan site image gallery movie 2" and click the very first search result and do some searching around in anime —> Films -> II (http://ccs.sky-bound.org/gallery/categories.php?cat_id=200&page=3) or search up in tineye.
Alternatively google this up "cardcaptor sakura movie 2 final still image". You'll get it in the very first link
I just added an example to the Warcraft/World of Warcraft section under "Video Games." It's the one about Varian Wrynn's return being described in the comic books. I tried not to come across as overly "complain-y" but at the same time that's bugged me for a long time, so if I whine a bit too much, someone else feel free to edit what I said.
Whoops, posted that as a reply rather than a new topic. Sorry!
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How well does it match the trope?