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First Mention [[The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 1.2 - Loose Canon (Chapter)|Template:Chapter The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 1.2 - Loose Canon]]
First Appearance [[The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 1.2 - Loose Canon (Chapter)|Template:Chapter The Three Kingdoms - Chapter 1.2 - Loose Canon]]


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:bulletblack: Canon: Real concept

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Biography template Template:Biography Canon (Native)

For all intents and purposes, the canon of something refers to the continuity the object comes from, including other characters, premises, settings, events and concepts.

Doomsday's Influence[edit]

After Doomsday, whether a canon was official or not became irrelevant as it did not restrict who can be brought into [[Earth (Native)|Template:Biography Earth (Native)]]. As long as the canon existed, it was fair game. Doomsday brought only one canonical version of each character, object and location, known as The Unique Clause, causing many canonical mismatches between characters that were pulled through from different canons. An example includes Alice Elizabeth Raymour and [[David Ælious Sun (Arcania City)|Template:Biography David Ælious Sun (Arcania City)]] who have an equivalent of the other person in their own canon but come from two different canons, [[Arcania City (Series)|Template:Series Arcania City]] and [[Final (Series)|Template:Series Final]], respectively.

[[Hand Canon (The Three Kingdoms)|Template:Biography Hand Canon (The Three Kingdoms)]]s[edit]

[[Hand Canon (The Three Kingdoms)|Template:Biography Hand Canon (The Three Kingdoms)]]s, a firearm concept originally created by [[Suzumiya Haruhi (Suzumiya Haruhi)|Template:Biography Suzumiya Haruhi (Suzumiya Haruhi)]], have the unique ability to send [[newcomer (The Three Kingdoms)|Template:Biography newcomer (The Three Kingdoms)]]s back to their own world and bring in a replacement in the form of another canonical form of the newcomer.

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