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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 any media in the "My Little Pony" franchise. Questions about the TV series "Friendship is Magic" should additionally have the [my-little-pony-fim] tag. The franchise is based on Ha…
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an American author of contemporary horror, suspense, science fiction and fantasy fiction.
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indicate a medium for faster than light travel, but sometimes used as the act of travelling at such speeds. Made famous by Star Trek - ships travel at warp speed through subspace - b…
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Howard Phillips Lovecraft was an American author of horror, fantasy and science fiction, especially the subgenre known as weird fiction.
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For questions about "My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic", a children's fantasy television series created by Lauren Faust and is part of the My Little Pony franchise. Always use in conjunction with th…
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For questions about character development — how a character's personality is fleshed out as a work progresses, about their back-story and what happens to characters after works complete.
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An urban fantasy series written by Jim Butcher, following Chicago's first (and only) Wizard P.I. as he takes odd jobs and consults on supernatural crimes, trying to keep the city safe.
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For questions about the TV show "Arrow", based upon the Green Arrow comic character, updated to a modern setting. Always use in conjunction with the [dc] and [arrowverse] tags.
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a theoretical device that would allow travel at faster than the speed of light (299,792,458 m/s).
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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…
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The Infinity Gems (called Stones in the Marvel Cinematic Universe) are a set of powerful artifacts in the Marvel Universe. Use this tag for questions about these objects in any Marvel universe, along …
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a 2012 science fiction film by Ridley Scott and set in the Alien universe. Use in conjunction with the [alien-franchise] tag.
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Mythological creatures typically described as short in stature, but making up for a lack of height with a strong torso, muscular arms and immense work ethic. Often depicted with an aptitude for smithi…
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For questions about Marvel's Ant-Man. Ant-Man is a superhero character with the ability to shrink to change size. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag and any related work tags. For questio…
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Fiction set in a world whose history branches off from our own, which may or may not have science-fictional or fantasy elements
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applies to question that deal with how long a certain event/process took
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The 4th planet from Sol - sometimes called The Red Planet. Considered to be the prime target for humanity's first off-world colony, and features in a large number of science-fiction stories because of…
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Use for the comics series published by Vertigo (e.g. [hellblazer], [the-sandman], [v-for-vendetta], [preacher], [fables], [izombie], and others, along with the respective [comics] tag) or their adapta…
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A fantasy TV series with the central premise that popular fairy tale characters have been cursed and brought into the real world with no memory of their original lives.
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2011 revamp and reboot of the entire DC Comics Universe
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For questions about "Mjölnir", the hammer of Thor, a powerful magical weapon. Always use in conjunction with the [marvel] tag and any other relevant work/universe tags.
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For questions about the X-Men: Days of Future Past, the seventh film in the X-Men Cinematic Universe, directed by Bryan Singer and largely based on the original comic book arc. Always use in conjuncti…
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For questions about the stage play, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. The play opened on 30 July 2016, and the script was released in book form on the following day. Always use in conjunction with th…
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Once a slave on Tatooine, Anakin was prophesied to bring balance to the Force, though he later became one of the most powerful users of the Dark Side in the galaxy.
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a prominent space ship which appears in the Star Wars universe. Use this with the [star-wars] tag.
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a series of award-winning science fiction video games, developed by BioWare. The player controls a character called Commander Shepard through a well-developed story line.
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Rendering a word, phrase, written or oral work into another language.
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for questions about words, terms, or phrases in Sci-Fi or Fantasy.
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For questions about "The Dark Tower", a series of fantasy books by Stephen King.
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For questions regarding the garb, uniforms, or costumes particular to a Science Fiction or Fantasy story, series, franchise or character.
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The third and final instalment of J.R.R. Tolkien's epic saga, The Lord of the Rings. Also the basis for at least two adaptations. Please use together with the tag [tolkiens-legendarium], and possi…
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large celestial bodies in orbit around a star. Sometimes, large moons are also called planets - especially if they are able to support some kind of life. A typically habitable planet is ab…
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For questions about the fictional characters "Dementors" in the Harry Potter universe. Dementors are the sinister, soul sucking guards of Azkaban, the Wizarding worlds prison for magic users. Use thi…
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For questions about androids in works of science fiction or fantasy. Always use in conjunction with the relevant work tag. An android is a robot or synthetic organism designed to look and act like a h…
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Food, it's the stuff we eat. Tacos, cookies, salads, red meat, disgusting vending machine sandwiches... all of it. Maybe even us, if we're not careful.
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The most powerful servants of Sauron in Middle-earth. Also known as Ringwraiths, Black Riders, and The Nine. They were once mortal men, bearers of nine of the Rings of Power. Always use in conjunction…