Tags

A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.

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For questions about the 2012 film The Avengers, also known as Marvels Avengers Assemble. This film is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and questions about it should also be tagged [marvel-cinema…
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Manga refers explicitly to printed comics in a specific style originating in (but not exclusive to) Japan. Although science fiction and fantasy manga is on-topic, the Anime & Manga Stack Exchange site…
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Tag for general questions about ghosts. Use [ghost-1990] for questions about the 1990 film featuring Patrick Swayze, Demi Moore, and Whoopi Goldberg.
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Questions about popular quotes from a work.
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A 1991 American science fiction action film, the second installment of the Terminator franchise and the sequel to The Terminator (1984). It follows Sarah Connor and her son John as they are pursued b…
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for questions about engagement in or the activities involved in war or conflict, including about military structure, strategy, and particular battles.
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For questions about the "Deathly Hallows" - three magical objects in the Harry Potter universe that together give the owner 'mastery over death'. Specifically, they are the Elder Wand, Resurrection St…
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the 13th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and the third Captain America film. It is the first film in Marvel's Phase 3. Use this tag in conjunction with [m…
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an omnipotent alien race in the Star Trek universe that have miraculous (currently unexplained) powers to control space, time and energy. Always use in conjunction with t…
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a sport from the Harry Potter series of books, where participants ride broomsticks and attempt to force balls through hoops suspended on top of long poles and/or catch a self-propelled ba…
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Use [middle-earth] when you want to ask a question about something general to Middle-earth, a region in Arda. Do not use it when you want to refer to other parts of Arda, like most of the events of Th…
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Used for questions on the fantasy genre itself, including its tropes and conventions. Should **not** be used to categorize questions about specific works of fantasy.
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For questions about The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, a series of BBC radio plays and books by Douglas Adams. It is a science fiction comedy, beginning with the destruction of Earth to make a hype…
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Questions relating to in-universe laws of a work.
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A (usually male) practitioner of magic, one who studies or has a natural ability to harness magical forces derived from supernatural sources. For questions about the animated movie "Wizards", use [wiz…
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A science fiction novel by Andy Weir framed as the journal of Mark Watney as he attempts to survive alone on Mars after being abandoned there in an emergency. In 2015 it was adapted into a film starri…
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a media franchise published and owned by Japanese video game company Nintendo and created by Satoshi Tajiri in 1996, focused on the titular creatures.
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For use when referring to any part of the Blade Runner franchise. Should be used in conjunction with either [blade-runner] or [blade-runner-2049] tags.
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a paradox filled science fiction plot device consisting of a series of chronological events, each a link from the past that leads up to the present. Timelines are sometimes portrayed as …
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For questions about Discworld, a series of comic fantasy books by Terry Pratchett.
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in the process of being removed; please don't add it to any new questions.
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the permanent human habitation outside of Earth.
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A fictional device in the Star Trek Universe that is used to beam or "transport" persons or objects from one place to another by dematerializing them and then rematerializing them at their destination…
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Magical items can be anything that has been infused with some kind of spell or other magical power - quite popular in fantasy, and range from rare (the One Ring in Lord of the Rings) to common (portke…
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A series of vessels (or "starships") created by Starfleet between the 22nd and 26th centuries, with registries NX-01, NCC-1701, and NCC-1701-(A-J). They appear in three of the Star Trek television se…
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comics published on a website. Many of them are SciFi or Fantasy themed.
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a movie featuring Batman and Superman meeting and facing off as opponents due to the events in [man-of-steel]. Use with the [dc] and [dc-extended-universe] tags, …
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for questions concerning Star Trek "expanded universe" materials, including novels, comic books, games, and short stories. Use this with the [star-trek] tag.
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For questions about The Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1, the 2014 film released as part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Questions with this tag should also be tagged [marvel-cinematic-universe] and [m…
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Questions about actors/actresses and voice actors, as related to their roles in science fiction and Fantasy works. Use this tag for questions about the casting process, actors' opinions on the work, h…
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Stories that deal with History or alternate Histories, or refer to the history of a particular reality or people.
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For questions about mythology, stories or beliefs about supernatural beings and events held to be true in some culture.
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For questions about the Sorting Hat from the Harry Potter franchise. Use when asking about the Hat itself, its decisions, and possibly when asking why a certain character belongs to a certain house. U…
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For questions about the author, J. R. R. Tolkien. For questions about his works set in his Legendarium use [tolkiens-legendarium] and any other relevant tags. For questions about any of his other work…
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Used for the 2017 Marvel Cinematic Universe film *Thor: Ragnarok*. Always use in conjunction with the tags [marvel and [marvel-cinematic-universe].
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A Jedi Master from Star Wars, Yoda is. Strangely, he talks. For questions about the character, use this tag. For questions which merely mention him, use this tag not. With the [star-wars] tag, use thi…