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:::::I'd use stage directions rather than parens for that, actually. Like ''{Cut to Dangeresque (played by Strong Bad) wearing cool shades and holding a nunchuck gun}''. {{User:DeFender1031/sig}} 23:57, 23 December 2017 (UTC)
:::::I'd use stage directions rather than parens for that, actually. Like ''{Cut to Dangeresque (played by Strong Bad) wearing cool shades and holding a nunchuck gun}''. {{User:DeFender1031/sig}} 23:57, 23 December 2017 (UTC)
::::::I definitely '''support''' Dangeresque names. I don't think "DANGERESQUE (STRONG BAD)" is necessary, since each character's "actor" in the Cast list. If necessary, though, I think saying it in the stage directions would be fine. And I think Bubs's villain should just be written as Baron Darin Diamonocle, since he's named later on. After all, it says [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]] in [[Ballad of the Sneak Visuals]]. {{User:Gfdgsgxgzgdrc/sig‎}} 07:06, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
::::::I definitely '''support''' Dangeresque names. I don't think "DANGERESQUE (STRONG BAD)" is necessary, since each character's "actor" in the Cast list. If necessary, though, I think saying it in the stage directions would be fine. And I think Bubs's villain should just be written as Baron Darin Diamonocle, since he's named later on. After all, it says [[Fort Wayne Locomotive]] in [[Ballad of the Sneak Visuals]]. {{User:Gfdgsgxgzgdrc/sig‎}} 07:06, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
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:::::::I'm also in support of giving in-universe names to characters where appropriate.  I think this is especially true in the most recent [[Decemberween Dangeresque]] episode where the [[Cheat Commandos]] appear and they are not known to have in-universe counterparts at all. Thus it makes more sense to treat the characters in these toons only as their in-universe counterparts in my opinion.  Of course, when it comes to Danger''skew'' the line between 'universes' is constantly blurred as evidenced by Defender's list above, so care must be taken when that happens.  And so,
 
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:::::::# I don't think it's appropriate to identify the H*R character playing the Dangeresque character unless it's absolutely necessary.
 
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:::::::# But with Bubs and such it's absolutely necessary to identify them, and
 
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:::::::# I think it's sufficient to identify them in the tag (i.e. '''GENERIC VILLAIN (BUBS):''') and there should be no need to use stage directions for that, unless absolutely necessary. 
 
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:::::::--[[User:Stux|Stux]] 19:15, 24 December 2017 (UTC)
 

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