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Update

This has now been posted.

Original

Please link to your favorite questions and answers which were either asked or answered from October 1st 2019 through December 31th 2019.

Your answers will be compiled into a blog post like previous quarterly posts.

I will be using DavRob60's queries for a baseline, but I really appreciate people voicing the ones they really enjoyed. Maybe you feel like you answered one really well, even if it didn't receive a lot of votes. Let me know about it.

I will also be linking all blog posts that happened within this quarter. Also the most controversial question of the quarter. Also a sum of all the bounties that were awarded.

Also if there was a meta post you feel should be spotlighted those are also acceptable.

From the previous post:

There were 19 bounty awards for 2625 sweet sweet rep.

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Was Jumanji intended to be a co-op game?

Always bugged me watching the movie. It's always nice to see lesser-asked-about series on the site, too.

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Favorite Question and Answer Combo: How does AT-AT deploy troops?

Because sometimes a premise is actually as silly as we thought it was...

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I have to mention this answer, to which I awarded a bounty for the first time in a few years:

Time travel to the crucifixion of Jesus and changing the past

The title describes a common enough trope (the question body has more details), but the amount of work that went into the answer is really something else:

Well, after I spent a couple of hours locating the stored boxes in the attic, unpacking them, and going through the individual issues one by one, I managed to find it (in full compliance with Murphy's law, the sought issues were near the end of my unordered stack)...

It is a Greek translation of a novelette ... originally written in Spanish ... but first published in French translation ... No wonder google searches went unfruitful, as it seems it has never been translated into English.

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