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18th Jan '16 7:03:30 AM Solle
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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" - whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.

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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" - whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her Lolita to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.Empire.
* D'Éon's appearance in the Protocols, in which she is played by a female actress -- a downright rare occurence for a transgender character, particularly one from history and ''especially'' rare in a story written in the early 00's.
12th Sep '13 10:33:38 PM unnoun
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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" - whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.

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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" - whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.
9th Aug '13 2:52:07 PM Materioptikon
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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.

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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. Under House Paradox tradition, "the shadow is more important than the flesh" - whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.
9th Aug '13 2:51:45 PM Materioptikon
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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, and that they are still held by their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. And under House Paradox tradition, any individual with another's shadow is legally identical to the shadow's original owner, and thereby responsible for their affairs. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide.

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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven Day Eleven-Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, and that they are still held by but allowing them to retain their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. And under Under House Paradox tradition, any individual with another's "the shadow is legally identical to more important than the shadow's original owner, and thereby flesh" whoever wields a shadow not his or her own becomes responsible for their affairs.the acts of the original owner of the shadow. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately, immediately to be tried for the Grandfather's crimes, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide.provide, enabling her to ultimately devour the Eleven-Day Empire.
8th Aug '13 6:10:33 AM unnoun
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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, and that they are still held by their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. And under House Paradox tradition, any individual with another's shadow is legally identical to the shadow's original owner, and thereby responsible for their affairs. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide. This is why Lolita is a MagnificentBastard.

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* The way Lolita took out the Eleven Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, and that they are still held by their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. And under House Paradox tradition, any individual with another's shadow is legally identical to the shadow's original owner, and thereby responsible for their affairs. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide. This is why Lolita is a MagnificentBastard.
8th Aug '13 6:10:01 AM unnoun
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* Shuncucker declares "[[IAmTheNoun I am Faction Paradox!]]" Justine appears and says "That makes two of us."

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* Shuncucker declares "[[IAmTheNoun I am Faction Paradox!]]" Justine appears and says "That makes two of us.""
* The way Lolita took out the Eleven Day Empire is truly impressive. First, she sends a few Sontaran mercs to attack the place. Next, she gets the Faction to sign a treaty to rejoin the Great Houses, with clauses saying that they both must surrender any criminals that have committed crimes against the other Houses, and that they are still held by their own traditions and laws. Then it turns out that Justine is bonded to the Grandfather's shadow. And under House Paradox tradition, any individual with another's shadow is legally identical to the shadow's original owner, and thereby responsible for their affairs. Grandfather Paradox was a massive criminal in the eyes of the other Houses. Therefore, if the Faction doesn't surrender Justine immediately, they are guilty of breaking the law, and it is therefore within Lolita's rights to punish them. Which removes the protection the spirits would normally provide. This is why Lolita is a MagnificentBastard.
26th Feb '13 1:49:01 AM Dragonmouth
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* Shuncucker declares "I am Faction Paradox!" Justine appears and says "That makes two of us."

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* Shuncucker declares "I "[[IAmTheNoun I am Faction Paradox!" Paradox!]]" Justine appears and says "That makes two of us."
21st Feb '13 11:27:33 PM Dragonmouth
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* Justine turns her timeship into an EldritchAbomination with CombatTentacles to drive off attacking British Servicemen.

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* Justine turns her timeship into an EldritchAbomination with CombatTentacles to drive off attacking British Servicemen.Servicemen.
* Shuncucker declares "I am Faction Paradox!" Justine appears and says "That makes two of us."
16th Feb '13 1:49:18 PM Dragonmouth
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* Justine tricks a Sontaran warship into attacking Lolita.
* Justine turns her timeship into an EldritchAbomination with CombatTentacles to drive off attacking British Servicemen.
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