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  • Music And Sound Effects - TV Tropes
    Horror Love News Professional Wrestling Speculative Fiction Sports Story War Media All Media Animation Western Anime Comic Book Fan Fics Film Game Literature Music And Sound Effects New Media Print Media Radio Sequential Art Tabletop Games Television Theater Videogame Webcomics Narrative Universal Applied Phlebotinum Characterization Characters Characters As Device Dialogue Motifs Narrative Devices Paratext Plots Settings Spectacle Other Categories British Telly The Contributors Creator Speak Creators Derivative Works Language Laws And Formulas Show Business Split Personality Stock Room Trope Tropes Truth And Lies Truth In Television Topical Tropes Betrayal Censorship Combat Death Family Fate And Prophecy Food Holiday Memory Money Morality Politics Religion School Community Showcase Explore More Page Actions Watch Edit Page Related Discussion History To Do Page Source Close You need to login to do this Get Known if you don t have an account Share Music And Sound Effects Edit Locked Main BeyondTheImpos Create New Analysis Characters FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku Headscratchers ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia WMG YMMV The modern sound system includes a multitude of speakers to provide the perfectly balanced soundscape the center channel left and right front speakers a bit more to the left and a bit more to the right speakers surround speakers surrounding surround speakers AND VARIOUS OVERKILL TO ENSURE EVENTUAL DEAFNESS SPEAKERS And the all important subwoofer Narrator How to Hook Up Your Home Theater All about songs lyrics music and sounds except for spoken words outside of songs See also Composers and Musicians Mediums Trope Indexes Music Tropes Music Video Tropes Score and Music Tropes Sound FX Tropes Theme Tune Audio Play Podcast Radio Rhythm Games Web Original Work Indexes Albums Index Classic Albums Concept Album Rock Operas Rolling Stone 500 Greatest Albums of All Time Time All Time 100 Albums NME The 500 Greatest

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  • New Media Tropes - TV Tropes
    Formulas Show Business Split Personality Stock Room Trope Tropes Truth And Lies Truth In Television Topical Tropes Betrayal Censorship Combat Death Family Fate And Prophecy Food Holiday Memory Money Morality Politics Religion School Community Showcase Explore More Page Actions Watch Edit Page Related Discussion History To Do Page Source Close You need to login to do this Get Known if you don t have an account Share New Media Tropes Edit Locked Main Create New Analysis Characters FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku Headscratchers ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia WMG YMMV But shouldn t he also have ten different facebooks And maybe a my time and relative dimensions in space page as well Livejournal comment about The Doctor and new media New media for our purposes means computers the Internet and everything on them blogs podcasts online videogames web originals websites and since we are here wikis The Old Media organizations tend to have a bee in their bonnet about infringement since a lot of New Media stand in a sort of gray area in regards to copyright See also Fan Work and FanFicRecs as fan fiction account for a large portion of new media content Tropes about new media in the news Categories Abridged Series Tropes Alternate Reality Game Tropes The Internet Blog Tropes Webcomic Tropes Wiki Tropes Videogame Tropes New Media Are Evil New Technology Is Evil Old Media Are Evil the New Media s rejoinder Old Media Playing Catch Up Social Media Before Reason The New Rock Roll You Can Panic Now Other new media tropes and definitions Access Adjustable Censorship Alternate DVD Commentary Animutation ASCII Art BB Code Blogosphere Breaking the Reviewer s Wall Digital Avatar Direct Demographic Emoticon Eternal September Faux HTML Tags 419 Scam Fun with Autocensors Genius Programming Godwin s Law

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  • Print Media Tropes - TV Tropes
    Book Fan Fics Film Game Literature Music And Sound Effects New Media Print Media Radio Sequential Art Tabletop Games Television Theater Videogame Webcomics Narrative Universal Applied Phlebotinum Characterization Characters Characters As Device Dialogue Motifs Narrative Devices Paratext Plots Settings Spectacle Other Categories British Telly The Contributors Creator Speak Creators Derivative Works Language Laws And Formulas Show Business Split Personality Stock Room Trope Tropes Truth And Lies Truth In Television Topical Tropes Betrayal Censorship Combat Death Family Fate And Prophecy Food Holiday Memory Money Morality Politics Religion School Community Showcase Explore More Page Actions Watch Edit Page Related Discussion History To Do Page Source Close You need to login to do this Get Known if you don t have an account Share Print Media Tropes Edit Locked Main Create New Analysis Characters FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku Headscratchers ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia WMG YMMV Tropes having to do with newspapers magazines and other non book printed media These media were produced by using a variety of methods for staining pressed sheets of wood pulp with letters and images They were required to be physically transported to the consumer requiring large numbers of copies to be made of each article In spite of a very restricted capability for user edits all changes made were local to the copy of the article not visible elsewhere these media were in many ways considered precursors of the Web See also Photography and Illustration tropes and the Print Media index for works Tropes Alan Fridge Caption Contest Clue from Ed Common Newspaper Words Crossword Puzzle Dateline Day Delay Fanservice Cover Fashion Magazine How I Wrote This Article Article Letters to the Editor Local Angle Long Running Book Series Lurid Tales of Doom Magazine Decay Note From Ed Off the Record Page Three

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  • Radio - TV Tropes
    some stations in some countries like BBC Radio 4 in the UK offer drama comedy documentaries and more The name radio comes from the low energy electromagnetic waves first detected by Heinrich Hertz in 1887 These waves radiated out from the spark gap generator that produced them The first radio transmitters could only broadcast Morse code but soon the technology was developed to piggyback audio signals onto a radio frequency carrier wave Soon afterward rules were established to allow for specific radio frequency bands to be allocated to different licensed broadcasters within an area Eventually the technology to encode video signals onto radio carrier waves was developed but by that time radio waves had been used for audio only broadcasts for so long that the word radio had become synonymous with them The broadcasters who used radio waves for video signals had to invent a new word for it Today some things called radio such as cable radio and internet radio stations don t even use radio waves at all See also Audio Play Podcast and Web Original Radio Tropes AM FM Characterization Buccaneer Broadcaster Broadcast Live Dead Air Dumbass DJ Excuse Question Large Ham Radio Narrating the Obvious Numbers Stations Shock Jock Sound to Screen Adaptation Radio Friendliness Tokyo Rose Radio Genres Radio Drama Related Stuff Radio Times Radio Stations and Networks The ABC Triple J The BBC CBC Clear Channel College Radio Global Radio Jack FM Joy FM LBC NPR RTÉ SBS SBS Pop Asia Virgin Radio The Brewing Network XL106 7 Radio Programs 15 Minute Musical Absolute Power The Adam Carolla Show Adventures in Odyssey The Adventures Of Harry Nile The Adventures of Jungle Jim The Adventures of Superman American Country Countdown American Top 40 The Archers British radio soap opera of ancient provenance As It Happens Ask Me Another Atomic Tales tropetastic sci fi originally broadcast on The Patriot Network in the 1950s now on BBC Radio 4 Extra Because News Glenn Beck also had a TV Show on Fox News Tony Blackburn Blakes Seven two original cast episodes and a reboot series Bleak Expectations Bob Kingsley s Country Top 40 Bob Ray comedy team heard in one format or another from about 1946 87 The Bob Tom Show Bold Venture Boers and Bernstein Neal Boortz Bryan Fischer Bulldog Drummond The Burkiss Way Cabin Pressure Car Talk CBS Radio Mystery Theater Chris And Ciara Chris Evans Chris Moyles Coast To Coast AM overnight talk radio show focusing on paranormal topics audience is in the millions Cowards Cuando Juan Y Tula Fueron A Siritinga Dads Army remake of the original TV show Dead Ringers later converted to TV format The Debaters Democracy Now Desert Island Discs Dimension X The D Pad Dragnet Dr Demento Ectoplasm Ed Reardon s Week ElvenQuest Elvis Duran Morning Show The Firesign Theatre very briefly The Frantics Get This Giles Wemmbley Hogg Goes Off GTA Radio technically The Goon Show Hamish and Dougal Hancock s Half Hour Paul Harvey Hello Cheeky The Hitchhikers

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  • Sequential Art - TV Tropes
    Animation Western Anime Comic Book Fan Fics Film Game Literature Music And Sound Effects New Media Print Media Radio Sequential Art Tabletop Games Television Theater Videogame Webcomics Narrative Universal Applied Phlebotinum Characterization Characters Characters As Device Dialogue Motifs Narrative Devices Paratext Plots Settings Spectacle Other Categories British Telly The Contributors Creator Speak Creators Derivative Works Language Laws And Formulas Show Business Split Personality Stock Room Trope Tropes Truth And Lies Truth In Television Topical Tropes Betrayal Censorship Combat Death Family Fate And Prophecy Food Holiday Memory Money Morality Politics Religion School Community Showcase Explore More Page Actions Watch Edit Page Related Discussion History To Do Page Source Close You need to login to do this Get Known if you don t have an account Share Sequential Art Edit Locked Main Awesome Characters Funny Headscratchers Heartwarming Laconic Webcomic WMG YMMV Create New Analysis FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku ImageLinks PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia All fiction necessarily requires the reader to fill in the blanks I can t describe every single aspect of this scene No one would want to read it I merely supply one picture at a time The reader connects the dots to establish continuity a plot characters concepts A thousand copies of this world each customized within each person s brain 1 0 episode 995 A particular kind of art that might have words might be in panels and might tell a story you know it when you see it Not to be confused with the Webcomic called Sequential Art Tropes Categories Born in the Funny Papers British Comics Comic Book Tropes Franco Belgian Comics Korean Webtoons Manga Japanese Manhua Chinese Manhwa Korean Newspaper Comics OEL Manga U S Canadian Comics Web Comics Beat Panel Confused Question Mark Editorial Synaesthesia Fan Web Comics Fourth Wall Portrait

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  • Tabletop Games - TV Tropes
    oftentimes both play a variety of board games from Settlers Of Catan to Ticket To Ride to the Dragon Age tabletop RPG campaign It can be watched here as well as from YouTube and has gone through two seasons at the time of this writing See Tabletop Game Tropes for tropes that apply to tabletop games and Game Tropes for a more general index Tabletop games with pages on this wiki By Type Ameritrash Games Board Games Card Games Collectible Card Games Euro Game Tabletop RPGs War Gaming By Genre Fantasy Tabletop Games Horror Tabletop Games Science Fiction Tabletop Games 2300 AD 7th Sea Active Exploits Admirality Trilogy Harpoon After The Bomb Age of Aquarius Alternity Dark Matter Star Drive Ammo Anathema Anima Beyond Fantasy Ani Mayhem Animus Campaign Arcane Codex Aria Canticle of the Monomyth Arkham Horror Eldritch Horror Ars Magica Ascension Chronicle Of The Godslayer AT43 Atlantis The Second Age Atmosfear The Awful Green Things From Outer Space Axiom Campaign Axis And Allies Backgammon Back to the Future Battle CON Battle Machines BattleTech Betrayal at House on the Hill Beyblade Big Eyes Small Mouth Bliss Stage Blue Rose Boss Monster Brikwars Bunnies Burrows Burning Wheel Cadwallon Call of Cthulhu Carcassonne Cartoon Action Hour Galactic Heroes Punk Rock Saves the World Wasteland 2010 Car Wars Castle Falkenstein Cerberus Engine Games Champions Hero System Chess Chess 2 Chill Chrononauts Chronopia Cluedo Codex Console and its sequel Super Console Continuum Corporation Cosmic Encounter Cosmopol Reckoning Cosmopol Redemption The Creature That Ate Sheboygan Creepy Freaks Crimson Skies Chthonian Stars Cthulhu Tech Cyberpulp Cyberpunk R Talsorian Games d20 System Dungeons Dragons Birthright Blackmoor Dark Sun Dragonlance Tie in book series Dungeons And Dragons Encounters Eberron Epic Level Handbook Forgotten Realms Arcane Age Al Qadim Kara Tur Maztica The Gates Of Hell Gramarie System Greyhawk The Temple of Elemental Evil Tomb of Horrors Savage Tide Hourglass of Zihaja Keep on the Borderlands Kingdoms Of Kalamar Kings Of War Mystara Red Steel Nentir Vale Planescape Ravenloft Masque of the Red Death Scarred Lands Shadowland Campaign Spelljammer d20 Modern d20 Rebirth Legend System Microlite20 Pathfinder Iron Heroes Dangerous Journeys The Dark Eye Dark Future Dark World DC Heroes aka Blood Of Heroes Deadlands Doomtown Reloaded Dead Reign Delta Green Descent Journeys in the Dark Diplomacy Disney Villains Victorious Dogs In The Vineyard Dominion Domhain Sceal TV Tropes original setting no specific system Dont Rest Your Head Double Cross Dragonlance Fifth Age Dramatic Adventure Game DragonMech Dragon Quest Not related to the video game of the same name Dragon Raid Dragonstar Dragon Strike Dread The First Book of Pandemonium Spite The Second Book of Pandemonium Pandemonio a follow up which combines elements of both of the above games into a single game and setting Dune Chronicles Of The Imperium Dungeons The Dragoning Dust Dying Earth RPG Dystopian Wars Earthdawn Eclipse Phase Edgewalkers Empire Of The Petal Throne Tékumel Engine Heart Eon Everway Exalted The Fabled Lands Fading Suns The Fantasy Trip FATAL FATE The Dresden Files Ehdrigohr

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  • Television - TV Tropes
    Crucial Browsing Genre Action Adventure Comedy Commercials Crime Punishment Drama Horror Love News Professional Wrestling Speculative Fiction Sports Story War Media All Media Animation Western Anime Comic Book Fan Fics Film Game Literature Music And Sound Effects New Media Print Media Radio Sequential Art Tabletop Games Television Theater Videogame Webcomics Narrative Universal Applied Phlebotinum Characterization Characters Characters As Device Dialogue Motifs Narrative Devices Paratext Plots Settings Spectacle Other Categories British Telly The Contributors Creator Speak Creators Derivative Works Language Laws And Formulas Show Business Split Personality Stock Room Trope Tropes Truth And Lies Truth In Television Topical Tropes Betrayal Censorship Combat Death Family Fate And Prophecy Food Holiday Memory Money Morality Politics Religion School Community Showcase Explore More Page Actions Watch Edit Page Related Discussion History To Do Page Source Close You need to login to do this Get Known if you don t have an account Share Television Edit Locked Main Music Quotes Trivia YMMV UsefulNotes Create New Analysis Characters FanficRecs FanWorks Fridge Haiku Headscratchers ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline WMG A link to something about Television sent you to this page The context of the link should help you figure out which page you want For

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  • Theater - TV Tropes
    an account Share Theater Edit Locked Main Awesome Characters Fridge Funny Headscratchers Heartwarming Horrible HoYay Pantheon ShoutOut TearJerker WMG More Adorkable AffectionatePa AlternativeCha AnachronismSte AntiVillain AwesomeMcCooln BatmanGambit BerserkButton BetterThanItSo BigEater BigNo BittersweetEnd BLAM BoisterousBrui Bowdlerise BreakTheCutie BrotherSisterI ButForMeItWasT CaptainObvious CardCarryingVi CharacterSheet CirclingBirdie CrapsackWorld CurbStompBattl DeaderThanDisc Determinator DorkAge DoubleStandard DownerEnding EarWorm EnemyMine EnsembleDarkHo EvenEvilHasSta EvilCounterpar EyeScream FamousLastWord FoeYay FreudianTrio FridgeHorror GoodAngelBadAn GrumpyBear Gush HeroicBSOD HotBlooded HumiliationCon IAmNotShazam IllGirl IronicEcho KarmaHoudini LampshadeHangi LargeHam Memes MilesGloriosus MsFanservice MyGodWhatHaveI MythologyGag Narm NiceHat NiceJobBreakin NoodleIncident NotSoDifferent OhCrap OverlyLongName ParentalAbando PetTheDog PlayingAgainst PowerTrio PunBasedTitle PunchClockVill RecycledInSpac Redundancy RefugeInAudaci RoleAssociatio RuinedFOREVER SayMyName ShowWithinASho SomethingCompl StalkerWithACr StealthPun Summary TheFaceless TheOtherDarrin TheyChangedItN ThirdPersonPer ThoseTwoBadGuy ThoseTwoGuys TookALevelInBa Tsundere UnfortunateNam ValuesDissonan VerbalTic VillainousBrea VitriolicBestB WarpThatAesop WhatCouldHaveB Woobie WrongGenreSavv Yandere YouNoTakeCandl Create New Analysis FanficRecs FanWorks Haiku ImageLinks Laconic PlayingWith Quotes Recap ReferencedBy Synopsis Timeline Trivia YMMV Even the stage has its shining examples and tropes Creators Subcategories Classic Theatre Nineteenth Century Theatre Theatrical Productions Subgenres Absurdism Ballet Burlesque Commedia dell Arte Dinner Theatre Farce Minstrel Shows Mummers The Musical Jukebox Musical Rock Opera Vampire Musicals Opera Restoration Comedy Satyr Play Spex Theatresports Vaudeville Aeschylus Edward Albee Aristophanes Samuel Beckett Robert Bolt Bertolt Brecht Anton Chekhov Noël Coward Euripides Bob Fosse Federico García Lorca Johann Wolfgang von Goethe Ludvig Holberg Henrik Ibsen Thomas Kyd David Mamet Christopher Marlowe Martin McDonagh Arthur Miller Molière Eugene O Neill Harold Pinter Luigi Pirandello Alexander Pushkin Peter Shaffer William Shakespeare George Bernard Shaw Sophocles Tom Stoppard August Strindberg Oscar Wilde Creators of operas and musical theatre Les Ballets Trockadero De Monte Carlo Leonard Bernstein Comden And Green Gilbert and Sullivan Marvin Hamlisch Erich Wolfgang Korngold Lin Manuel Miranda Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Tim Rice Rodgers and Hammerstein Stephen Schwartz Stephen Sondheim Richard Wagner Andrew Lloyd Webber Specialty companies Blue Man Group Cirque du Soleil Unions Actors Equity

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