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  • Oghta

    Expand characters

    November 5, 2018 by Oghta

    Hi, i recently did my first edit in this wiki in One-punch man page, still there are too few characters (FOUR). I'm a great fan of the anime but i do not read the webcomic or the manga very often, so i fear i might let things out if i try to expand the character page by myself, so i wanted to ask some users if they could help me to expand the page. I'd be happy if you could help me.

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  • Rester Didyer

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  • Rester Didyer

    Closed.

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  • Mr Taz

    Do not copy any content from TV Tropes unless you are reposting only your own edits from there or can point to where you got permission to reproduce them. The mods will check to see if you plagiarized, it will be deleted if you did, and you will be banned if you do so.

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  • Rester Didyer

    My CM List

    July 16, 2018 by Rester Didyer

    Closed.

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  • Johnstevehostingreviews

    sapme post testing, checking still

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  • ICouldBeYourDad

    Got Talent

    April 25, 2018 by ICouldBeYourDad

    Hi all not sure if I'm in the right place, I literally just google talent contests wikia and this wikia came up, so I'm advertising Epicmafia's got talent, for more information go here; https://epicmafia.com/topic/89465

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  • Hyoroemon

    Hyoroemon's tropes

    April 24, 2018 by Hyoroemon

    Tropes that apply to my life I guess Dissonant Serenity When dangerous condition happens

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  • OTPlover

    Been a while since I've been back and wanted to clarify the site's rules and ask more questions. And I might be coming back and adding more questions on the original page.


    1. In regards to editing the existing pages, like on a character sheet, the characters' tropes have to be in canon, correct? Like, for example, on the Detective Conan page, Shinichi has both and MustHaveCaffeine on his characater section, even though the former can only happen in adaptations and the latter has never been shown in canon. So, is it alright for those to be deleted or not? I wanted to avoid any fights with anyone, so I'm asking first.


    2. The rule of not copying any content from TV Tropes, I understand and will be respectfully abide by it. I just want to know …



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  • OTPlover

    Other sites

    January 5, 2018 by OTPlover

    Hey, guys. Just got here and I'm a newby. I was on the main page and I saw these two sites that the title tropes on them. Are those sites like this one? And if so, are there ones?

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  • Tycio

    Human clubs

    November 7, 2017 by Tycio

    Grievous Harm with a Body is a trope I love. I just wish dice RPG had rules for it. In a zombie apocalypse superheroes could use this to hit zombie skulls with other zombie skulls by swinging them like flails from the ankles.

    Or, if you are of normal human strength, you pull a Feast 2 and whip out a baby zombie like in Z-Nation and use that instead.

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  • Reyder Dister

    My CM list

    October 16, 2017 by Reyder Dister

    Closed.

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  • Kaizo Nochi

    THIS IS UNBELIEVABLE!

    September 28, 2017 by Kaizo Nochi

    According to this http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/perma_banned.php I'm now permanently banned from the site and I don't know why!

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  • Cas Warner

    I couldn't find a sandbox and this blogging system isn't entirely intuitive.

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  • Dekoshu

    I'm relatively new here and I want to say something to the community: what's it's like to be here compared to another troper website? How much of a positive influence here it has on you?

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  • Lady Satsuki

    Lord Farquadd and Rumpelstiltskin from Shrek have been the cause of a major edit war over which one qualifies as a Complete Monster, and now it's time to settle things once and for all. For anyone that isn't familiar with their cases here they are;

    Rumpelstiltskin in the fourth installment is at least a borderline case of this trope. Unlike the other villains, he is a stop-at-nothing psychopath who deceives Shrek into making a deal with him in which he magically takes away one day of Shrek's live in order to give him one day as a lone, fearsome ogre again - and the day he takes is the day Shrek was born! In the alternate reality, Rumpel managed to trick Fiona's parents into making a deal that ended up wiping them from existence so that he t…

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