Plot hole

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In fiction, a plot hole is a part of a story that goes against something that has already been stated. These may include events that shouldn't happen according for in-universe reasons, events that seem unlikely or events that contradict earlier events in the narrative.

The term can also be used to describe a situation that has not been resolved by the end of the plot, even though there will be no continuing story.

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