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        Useful terms and concepts about creating works for media.

        Compare and contrast Fan Speak. See also the Creators index.


      2. Applicability
      3. Ascended Fanon: The fans' interpretations of things end up becoming officially canon.
      4. Ashcan Copy: An adaptation is made when the company's media rights to the original work will soon expire in order to ensure that the company will be able to keep the rights for a while longer.
      5. Avoid the Dreaded G Rating: A movie includes some profanity or another minor instance of mature content simply to keep the movie from being rated G.
      6. Canon Welding
      7. Chekhov's Gun
      8. Corpsing: An actor ends up breaking character and laughing uncontrollably at something they find funny.
      9. Creation Myth
      10. Creative Differences
      11. Cross Through
      12. Development Gag: The work references a concept from when the work was still in development.
      13. Discretion Shot
      14. Emotional Torque
      15. Enforced Method Acting: Using techniques and conditions to force a genuine reaction from the actor.
      16. 羽毛球双打站位

      17. Fanwork Ban: The creator forbids fan-made content of their work being made.
      18. Fights Crime With X
      19. 羽毛球双打站位First Law of Resurrection: If a character is killed off, they'll come back as long as the creator wants them to.
      20. Flagship Franchise: A company's most prominent and well-known franchise.
      21. Front 13, Back 9
      22. Fully Absorbed Finale: A show that didn't get a Grand Finale has the loose ends tied up by having an episode of a spin-off series or another work taking place in the same continuity serve as a final episode of sorts to the series that ended without a proper conclusion.
      23. Idiosyncratic Episode Naming: Every episode is named in the same way.
      24. Idiosyncratic Wipes
      25. I Just Write the Thing
      26. Inspiration for the Work
      27. Magic Franchise Word
      28. Magnum Opus
      29. Magnum Opus Dissonance
      30. Massive Multiplayer Crossover
      31. Method Acting
      32. Mythopoeia
      33. 羽毛球双打站位

      34. No Hugging, No Kissing
      35. Old Shame: The creators are ashamed that they ever made the work.
      36. One-Episode Wonder: A television show that ended after just one episode.
      37. Opening Shout-Out
      38. Orphaned Reference
      39. 羽毛球双打站位Parental Bonus: A work features content and references that only older viewers will notice or understand.
      40. Pilot Movie: A feature-length film that is intended to serve as the beginning of a television series.
      41. Plot Bunny
      42. Poorly Disguised Pilot: An episode of a television show focuses on a different set of characters to serve as a possible pilot for a spin-off series.
      43. Production Nickname
      44. Reading In
      45. Rule of Perception
      46. Same Content, Different Rating
      47. Schrödinger's Gun
      48. Shout-Out: A work makes a reference to another work.
      49. Simultaneous Arcs
      50. Stylistic Suck: A work is deliberately made to be of poor quality.
      51. They Fight Crime!
      52. Traveling at the Speed of Plot
      53. Troubled Production: A work has endured a lot of problems in development despite eventually being finished and released.
      54. Villain-Based Franchise
      55. World Building
      56. Write What You Know: The creator bases the story on their own experiences.
      57. Write Who You Know: The creator bases a character on a Real Life person the author knows or knew.
      58. 羽毛球双打站位Writing Around Trademarks: Lawsuits are avoided by never mentioning copyrighted material directly by name.
      59. Wunza Plot

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