Your Fanon Me can like stuff IRL you wouldn't like
IRL Me: no
Fanon Me: yes plz
by Flying_on_arokette_ship July 21, 2021
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Descended Fanon is when a fan of a particular story or franchise develops theories that directly contradict what canon says to be true. The opposite of Ascended Fanon being in which the creator of a story agrees with a non-contradictory fan theory and makes it canon.
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Daredevil, Jessica Jones, and the other Marvel Studios-produced series' are all a part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe canon. This is according to Marvel Studios. To say otherwise is defined as descended fanon.
by Amelia Wysocki August 15, 2021
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Basically when something Fanon like a theory, character, idea, etc gets introduced to a fandom that people think that the Fannon character, theory, idea, etc is canon. Hence the name CANON FANON EFFECT. A "canon" theory, character, etc.

There are two variations to look at this effect. Oblivious or Disregard

Disregard: When people are aware that this character, theory, idea, etc isn't canon. But treat said character, show, theory, idea, etc as if it was canon.

Example: The Creepypasta Fandom often draws Slender man with the operator symbol in the background or most times anything really related to Slender man and sometimes even referrers to it as the operator. Even though the fandom knows that the operator and Slender man aren't the same entity.

Oblivious: When someone isn't aware that said idea, theory, character, etc isn't canon.

Example: The Creepypasta fandom thinks that Eyeless Jack has an origin in which he was used in a sacrifice to become a monster. Even though he never had an origin, to begin with.
Guy1: Hey man your drawing sans eye wrong. It supposed to be glowing with a flame.

Female1: Actually sans never had shown to have a glowing or flaming eye, just one that switches colors really fast.

Guy1: Wait, really? then why does the fandom draw it whenever he's mad or using gaster blasters?!

Female1: Must be the Canon Fanon Effect.
by Mcfat10 March 29, 2020
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