Trope Workshop talk:Average in One World, Powerful in Another

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Robkelk (talkcontribs)

The page hasn't been touched in over a month. While it needs a full grammar sweep, I don't see anything else wrong with it. Should we launch this?

Lequinni (talkcontribs)

Somebody that doesn't depends as much on Grammarly and Language Tool as me to do the sweep, then launch.

Looney Toons (talkcontribs)

I'd do it, but honestly (and with apologies to Kuma) the grammar and usage makes me cringe so hard I don't want to read it any more than I already have.

Kuma (talkcontribs)

Alright, I tried my best to make sure that example are presentable. I welcome any changes necessary if I have missed something or mad another mistake.

Robkelk (talkcontribs)

I've set aside the train-wreck that is the trope description for now, and started on the listed examples. "Comic Books" and "Literature" are cleaned up. "Tabletop Games" was good to begin with.

"Live-Action TV"... ouch. The sole example in that section needs a major re-write.

More later, when I have time.

Kuma (talkcontribs)

Thank you for helping with the description and I have changed the example in the Live Action TV section with my best. Thank you telling me about this and I hope it helps makes things easier.

Comparious with New Life in Another World Bonus

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Kuma (talkcontribs)

If we are talking about Isekais then there is this trope here: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/NewLifeInAnotherWorldBonus This tropes seems to be what most Isekais have where most protagonists stay in the new world. Is there more similarities with the trope that I presented as I have seen most isekai at least the well known ones. Am I missing something or have i not given enough info about the trope?

Curious about how many Isekais has two way travel

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Kuma (talkcontribs)

Thanks to LooneyTunes, I am more curious if there are Isekais or even Portal Fantasies that has two way travel between worlds with the people who have powers in the other world while back home they can't access them?

The trope and isekais

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Kuma (talkcontribs)

Well, the trope describes how one has access to superpowers when they go to another world and that they can go back to an fro from their home world. Isekai usually have it being one way through crossing into another world or reincarnation. This trope is related to two way travel rather than one way unless there is something that I missed.

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