Trope Workshop:Adaptation Restoration

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Content and concepts cut from the original live on in the adaptation(s). Contrast Adaptation Distillation, Compressed Adaptation and (when a result of removed scenes) Adaptation-Induced Plothole. A method of Adaptation Expansion. Compare Refitted for Sequel.

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Examples of Adaptation Restoration include:

Anime and Manga[edit | hide]

Fan Works[edit | hide]

  • Many a Game Mod and fanmade Recut exist that restores scenes.[context?]
    • MOD: Such as? If there are "many", then surely a few can be listed here.

Film[edit | hide]

  • Many cut ideas, both filmed and unfilmed, made their way into the Star Wars Special Editions.

Literature[edit | hide]

  • Novelizations of the Star Wars films include several deleted scenes. The Star Wars Expanded Universe has made repeated reference to events from deleted scenes like Luke's friends on Tatooine and talk of an "imperial academy" are the most frequently referenced.

Oral Tradition, Myths and Legends[edit | hide]

Video Games[edit | hide]

  • The spell Jolt was originally cut from the Pathfinder book Ultimate Magic and released as unsupported unofficial content on the official blog. The spell was included in Pathfinder: Kingmaker.

Other Media[edit | hide]