Performer playing Sugriva in the Koodiyattam form of Sanskrit theatre. The earliest form of Indian drama was the Sanskrit drama. Sanskrit drama The earliest-surviving fragments of Sanskrit drama date from the 1st century AD. The Treatise is the most complete work of dramaturgy in the ancient world.
What do you mean, "Larry wasn't always in the show? The Dark Id as Leon: Well, the script says I did, but hell if I've ever seen that guy before the cutscene just after the fight with Todd. A previously unmentioned character who suddenly appears without notice and who we are told was really there all along but just It comes about because the writers want to introduce a new character, but don't want to come up with a complex introduction where everyone meets them and learns what they're like- it's just plain easier and lazier to pretend that everyone automatically knows them, and the relationship is ready-made.
In other words, this is a relative or a friend or even a rival whom we really should have met, or at least heard about before, since the other characters would have us believe they have been crewing the same starship, working on the same project or sitting on the other side of the same classroom for years.
This can work if the character and the actor proves compelling enough for the audience to suspend their disbelief, or that it's possible nobody mentioned them "on-camera" before like if the show is set in a school, and the character is a casual acquaintance of the others but hasn't done anything significant to the plot until now.
It's also possible if there's an in-story reason for the character to have been incognito perhaps they were a spy, or an escaped convictand the character was there in plain sight all along, but disguised as one of the show's many extras.
A subversion of this trope can come into play when a newly-introduced character actually wasn't there before, but the characters believe they were due to Fake Memories or a Cosmic Retcon. Related to no pun intended Long-Lost Uncle Aesopbut while the Long-Lost Uncle is usually a one-shot character to deliver An AesopRemember the New Guy is basically a new main character retconned out of thin air - in fact, the term "Retroactive Continuity" was originally coined to describe this trope.
If the character is going to be killed off straight awaythis trope can be used to turn him into a Mauve Shirt beforehand. Can often occur in combination with Suspiciously Similar Substitutewhen an actor is no longer available and a new character is quickly brought in with minimal introduction to fill the role.
Contrast Chuck Cunningham Syndromein which a character disappears with no explanation. When an adaptation takes steps to avert this, it's an Early-Bird Cameo. Also compare Unknown Rivalwhich can sometimes result in the opposite situation where the the audience is familiar with a character, but the other characters aren't, even in situations where they really should be.
Every acquaintance of an NPC seems to have this trope, considering how Yuri had a supposed friend when she was almost Brainwashed into becoming one.
Then, a random, never before mentioned purple haired member was inserted into the group, and treated as if she's been there from the very start.
A particularly frustrating example occurs in Black Cloverwhere in one arc Asta and Noelle meet up with a group of three mages, Fanzell, Dominante, and Mariella, in the Witches Forest Arc. Though they have never appeared in the manga before, Asta and Noelle are not only familiar with them, but have apparently already helped them escape from the Diamond kingdom, and even received trained with them.
The characters were originally introduced in a light novel that serves as a side story to the manga, but it can be infuriating when the manga has flashbacks to events that never occurred in the manga. Not only that, but it's nearly impossible to tell when exactly the events of the light novel took place relative to the manga.
Uryuu Ishida is first introduced in Chapter 34 as Ichigo's classmate and the highest-scoring student in the entire grade, yet Orihime has to explain to Ichigo who he is while Tatsuki lampshades the Running Gag of Ichigo's careless forgetfulness.
However, careful reading of earlier chapters reveals Ishida in the background of several panels, including Chapter 1's cover, and his father is mentioned in a throw-away line in Chapter 7, so Kubo deliberately invoked this trope. Shingo Aoi from Captain Tsubasa was introduced in the World Youth arc as a Tsubasa fanboy who went to say goodbye to him in the airport as he left to Brazil.This can work if the character (and the actor) proves compelling enough for the audience to suspend their disbelief, or that it's possible nobody mentioned them "on-camera" before (like if the show is set in a school, and the character is a casual acquaintance of the others but hasn't done anything significant to the plot until now).
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