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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_3'); })A Hyperlink Story is any work that, at first blush, seems to be made up of several separate, unconnected, and unrelated storylines that gradually, over the course of the work, slowly merge into a single overarching storyline. It is only after the merge that the audience realizes that it was all one big story all along.
The simplest description of this kind of plot is a "story without main characters" where every character more or less has equal weight in screen-time and star-power. The name for the trope comes from author Alissa Quart and popularized by film critic Roger Ebert in his Syriana review, and is definitely Truth in Television. Other terms for this, proposed by film theorist David Bordwell is the "network narrative", where he notes that it aims to show a larger pattern underlying the individual trajectories of disparate characters, where the central theme is the network of connections between the stories.
Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_content_2'); })Another Side, Another Story can be the videogame equivalent. Compare Plotline Crossover, which is just a brief intersection between unrelated plots. Working the Same Case is a subtrope. Hero of Another Story, The Moorcock Effect, "Rashomon"-Style and You All Share My Story are Sister Tropes. See also Arc Welding.
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The Overstory starts out as a series of eight seemingly unrelated short stories. The rest of the book consists of connecting them all together, either by having the characters join together or having them interact more briefly and symbolically.
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Watchmen by Alan Moore has a cast of 6 costumed heroes with an intricate past and history, as well as an extended supporting cast of ordinary humans who weave in and out of the larger story and contain many vignettes that work in counterpoint to the main story. Ultimately, the story doesn't really have a single main heroic protagonist, with all the main characters having equal wright in screentime, presence and weight.
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The Saga of Seven Suns is this, being narrated in the same manner as A Song of Ice and Fire, albeit its setting has significantly more advanced technology.
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The Rain Wilds Chronicles by Robin Hobb begins by switching between the perspectives of several seemingly unrelated characters; over the course of the books, they all converge on the ancient Elderling city of Kelsingra.
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The Spirit by Will Eisner while ostensibly a pulp-hero story about the title character and his adventures often had many strips where the Spirit was off-screen or arrives only at the end. Most of the story dealt with one-shot characters, supporting figures and sometimes narrated from the perspective of villain and villainesses.
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Fine Structure has the teleportation experiments, the Powers, and whatever the heck Mitch is. The scientists involved with each all started out working together in the first story but went off into their own occupations and storylines, only reconverging about halfway through the story.
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Each episode of Touch has several scenarios that appear unrelated, but eventually connect to each other in specific ways
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The Simpsons episode "Trilogy of Error" has three interlinked plotlines - Lisa had Linguo the grammar correcting robot, Bart and Millhouse went on an adventure, Homer got his thumb cut off... all converging at the end.
The episode "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story" was similar: while trapped in a cave the Simpsons tell each other stories, often with more stories within them, that eventually collide when Homer, Moe, Mr. Burns and the Rich Texan all wind up in the cave looking for the gold.
The episode "Twenty Two Short Films about Springfield" is all about this, with many short segments all connecting with one another.
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The movie Playing by Heart. It's kept from the audience until the end that the female characters are all related.
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Heroes, especially the first season.
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Justice League especially by the time of its Unlimited Phase which essentially became an ensemble film of multiple heroes and villains who conducted separate missions, and had apportioned amount of screentime and A Day in the Limelight episodes.
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The Three Colors Trilogy takes this to another level by giving each protagonist a complete movie, with the stories not intersecting until the end of the third. While the way these characters meet may seem like an extraordinary coincidence, this makes more sense when one views the trilogy as the stories of the people involved in the tying-together incident, told after the fact of their meeting.
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Gene Yang's American Born Chinese is a textbook example of the form. The story begins with three separate characters in three distinctively separate storylines, but by the end all of their stories tie together into a significant whole.
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The fourth season of Arrested Development: the action between the fifteen episodes happens simultaneously and while the plotlines appear separate it constantly turns out other members of the family were just offscreen.
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Halting State and Rule34, both by Charles Stross, are presented this way. Each book has three different characters getting drawn into events and gradually finding their paths intersecting by the end. While the three characters (a beat cop, an accountant, and a computer programmer) in Halting State were all Working the Same Case, Rule 34 changed this up a bit by having the three characters run the sliding scale of law vs crime, with a detective, a petty criminal, and a black marketeer who only becomes more charming as we learn more about him.
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The Sandman by Neil Gaiman, was inspired by the Spirit (see below) and while Morpheus=/=Sandman is the main character for most of the story arcs, an equal and great part of the comics dealt with supporting-characters, minor characters and one-shot stories of Historical Fiction. The final story, The Kindly Ones is mostly told from the perspective of Lyta Hall who ends up becoming the woman who kills Morpheus.
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Broken Age at first glance appears to be two stories following two teenagers who's only link a common theme of coming of age and escaping the roles forced upon them by their parents. In actuality Shay is unknowingly in control of the monster that is attacking Vella's world.
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Intermission is a very interconnected version of this.
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Irregular Webcomic!: What started as different themes based on which Legos the author possessed, became an attempt to fill up the crossover table before becoming a full-fledged Myth Arc.
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Marriage Blue is about four couples engaged to be married that are all connected to each other somehow—one woman is a wedding planner who's handling two of the other weddings, her fiance works for the doctor whose wedding she's planning, one of the men is seeing the doctor in hopes of getting his The Loins Sleep Tonight problem fixed, etc.
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La Ronde: The play consists of ten scenes. Each scene in the play is linked by one character who is also in the next scene. For example, the first scene is between a streetwalker and a soldier, the next is between the soldier and a parlor maid, and the next is between the parlor maid and her employer, a young gentleman. The play works its way back around to the streetwalker in the last scene, completing the circle, or "la ronde."
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The Remarkable Journey of Prince Jen mainly follows Jen, but each of the artifacts he carries winds up in the possession of another character, whose story is begun and followed for only one chapter before the book goes back to Jen. All of them make an appearance and play a necessary part in the ending.
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The Marvel Universe and DC Universe can be this way sometimes, especially if the story is a Crisis Crossover.
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The Kagerou Project started out this way, as each of the series' original songs follows a different character's story (a Hikikomori whose annoying computer program wants him to go outside, a girl running End of the World as We Know It, a boy and girl caught in a "Groundhog Day" Loop where one of them always dies, etc), before eventually all of these characters started to come together, and each of these events gained significance in the over-arching plot (depicted in the novels, manga and anime).
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Sin City.
The film version even more so.
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Alejandro González Iñárritu does this a lot as well. Amores Perros, Babel, and 21 Grams follow this formula.
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Middlemarch
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A revamped Dial H for Hero comic series, titled simply H.E.R.O., was a long and involved version of this. Each issue told the story of a man or woman who found the HERO Dial, used it, and ultimately lost it — but it also included a subplot in which Robby Reed, the original user of the dial, breaks out of prison and tracks the dial down. In the last handful of issues, Robby Reed gathered several of the dial's previous users together to help him stop a serial killer with the power to use any super-power he can imagine.
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Pulp Fiction contains various stories about the lives of people orbiting the gangster Marcellus Wallace, incorporating a story about two rambling hitmen, a story about Marcellus's wife, a story about a boxer trying to steal money from Marcellus, a story about two young robbers and a storyline about the guy who cleans up evidence after Marcellus's murders. These stories are presented in an anachronic order.
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Most episodes of Seinfeld.
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Gemini Rue has 2 separate stories at first: Azriel is looking for his friend on a rainy planet, while miles away, an amnesiac is trapped in an odd complex. Near the end of the game, it's revealed that the two are one in the same, where Azriel is the amnesiac with false memories. He ends up killing the man who once ran the complex.
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The Commonwealth Saga by Peter F. Hamilton has half a dozen story lines or more, which all come together for the climax.
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Baccano!! is composed of many separate (anachronological) stories strung together into 3 distinct stories that are in turn connected to each other by characters and events.
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Lost. The backstories of the characters start to interconnect this way, starting around the 16th episode when we learn that Sawyer met Jack's father in Australia.
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Crazy Stupid Love: Cal and Hannah's stories.
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Dreamcatcher (Not to be confused with the Stephen King novel/movie.)
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A Song of Ice and Fire by George R. R. Martin has a revolving POV structure where each chapter is narrated by alternating series of characters from different parts of the fantasy setting, from different classes, genders and ages. Some of the plot threads, such as the Night's Watch and Essos, rarely overlap directly but play as parallel narratives to the realm of the Seven Kingdoms, the arena where most of the characters' stories take place.
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Futurama usually features a main story and a subplot that come together at the end, much like The Simpsons. However Three Hundred Big Ones and Prisoner of Benda episodes comprise entirely of subplots that all connect into each other.
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The Star Wars Tales trilogy are all like this, with interconnected stories from background characters.
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Dinner at Eight focuses on a group of guests to a dinner party who are related to each other in ways that aren't immediately obvious.
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Cloud Atlas (2012), which dropped the nested structure of the book in favour of a more confusing but thematically revealing jumbling-up.
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The Valley of Horses, the second novel in Jean Auel's Earth's Children series, alternated chapters focusing on Ayla and Jondolar, until they met about two-thirds of the way in.
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The Trifecta arc, which had storylines from Judge Dredd, The Simping Detective and Low Life cross over as one. Interestingly, The Simping Detective was originally supposed to be one of these.
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In the My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic episode "The Cutie Mark Chronicles", each of the Mane Six ponies relates the story of how she discovered her special talent in life and earned her Cutie Mark. It turns out that Rainbow Dash unwittingly had a hoof in helping the other five discover their destinies.
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2:37 shows the events of a single school day from the perspectives of six troubled students, leading up to a suicide at 2:37 p.m. The different viewpoint characters' stories are more interconnected and overlapping than they appear at first glance. This is reinforced both by tracking shots switching to track a different character mid-shot and by showing the same events more than once when following different characters.
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The Wire is a Hyperlink Story. Every named character, and some that aren't named, eventually affect the overall plot in some meaningful way.
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Live A Live. The final bosses of each chapter have only one thing in common: their names containing the word "odio" in one way or another.. Only in the secret, eighth chapter do we find out that all of them are incarnations of the Demon King Odio, a noble knight turned evil that transcends time and space.
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Hereafter, which was unfortunately advertised as more of a star vehicle for Matt Damon than one of these, which led some viewers to be confused when it turned out to be one.
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11:14 which features an Ensemble Cast of stars, some before they were famous, including (but not limited to) Hilary Swank, Patrick Swayze, Clark Gregg, Jason Segel, and Colin Hanks.
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Dead Winter: The webcomic follows Monday and Lizzie, who appear unrelated to each other except for one chance meeting at a diner. Later it is revealed that Lizzie's father was also employed by Monday's former employer, and then their story arcs merge.
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The episode "The Unkindest Cut" of Family Guy involves Quagmire trying to adjust to life after having his penis bit off by a shark while Stewie and Brian try and look for Mort as there is a $10,000 bounty on him. By the end of the episode, Quagmire manages to get his penis surgically reattached and Dr. Hartman tells him to go to Mort's pharmacy to get a prescription for presumably painkillers.
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A Confederacy of Dunces has this.
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Broken Saints starts out as four seemingly unrelated stories. By the end, it's only one story.
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The prologue of Stand Still, Stay Silent happens Just Before the End and jumps between five groups of people in five different countries reacting to the disaster underway, escaping it either by chance or active effort. The reason these characters got any focus at all becomes apparent only after a 90 year Time Skip, when the people organising an expedition in what the disaster turned into a Forbidden Zone turn out to have familiar last names.
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The indie flick Franklyn, in which the three protagonists' stories only intersect five minutes from the end.
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