History Characters / JadeEmpire

10th Feb '18 6:00:16 PM GoodGamer14
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* BarredFromTheAfterlife: Like many other spirits of the death, he's unable to enter the Great Wheel because of the Water Dragon's absence. [[spoiler:Purification of the Dirge from the Other's taint allows him and the other loyal Spirit Monks to ascend.]]

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* BarredFromTheAfterlife: Like many other spirits of the death, dead, he's unable to enter the Great Wheel because of the Water Dragon's absence. [[spoiler:Purification of the Dirge from the Other's taint allows him and the other loyal Spirit Monks to ascend.]]



* TheSociopath: [[spoiler:An extremely high-functioning example. He spent twenty years raising a LaserGuidedTykebomb from infancy while masquerading as a kind and wise parental figure, but doesn't hesitate to kill them once their purpose is served. As the new Emperor, he retains his outward sensibility that is ''not'' supported by his actions. He cannot feel true attachment even for his own family, which he confesses at a time he has nothing to lose from it. He gives rational explanations for his actions, yet admits at the height of his power that he slaughtered thousands of Spirit Monks just for a chance to be a god. His idea of an utopia includes control and obedience at the cost of individuality, and he believes that he can force the spirits of the death to rest.]]

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* TheSociopath: [[spoiler:An extremely high-functioning example. He spent twenty years raising a LaserGuidedTykebomb from infancy while masquerading as a kind and wise parental figure, but doesn't hesitate to kill them once their purpose is served. As the new Emperor, he retains his outward sensibility that is ''not'' supported by his actions. He cannot feel true attachment even for his own family, which he confesses at a time he has nothing to lose from it. He gives rational explanations for his actions, yet admits at the height of his power that he slaughtered thousands of Spirit Monks just for a chance to be a god. His idea of an utopia includes control and obedience at the cost of individuality, and he believes that he can force the spirits of the death dead to rest.]]
15th Jan '18 5:31:28 AM Tomodachi
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* KarmaHoudini: See below.
* KilledOffForReal: There is a way for Death hand to die without atoning for his sins.[[spoiler:If you fail to win against Death Hand as Sun Kin, Death Hand will cease to exist as he can't survive without his other half, falling to the floor. Doing this will not allow you to let his poor spirit rest, or to control him.]]
--> Oblivion... is preferable.
18th Dec '17 10:47:33 AM Ramidel
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* DomesticAbuse: He's on the receiving end, and he's been beaten so badly that he's no longer a fighter.
18th Dec '17 10:40:54 AM Ramidel
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* AxCrazy: Heh. More seriously, he isn't usually ''crazy'' unless he's drunk.

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* AxCrazy: Heh. More seriously, he isn't usually ''crazy'' unless he's drunk. (He's usually drunk.)



* ButLiquorIsQuicker: After a drinking spree, he sometimes finds himself in someone's bed with no idea how he got there.



* BeleagueredBureaucrat: And ''HOW'', but nothing compare to the entire department assigned to Black Whirlwind.

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* BeleagueredBureaucrat: And ''HOW'', but nothing compare to He couldn't keep up with the paperwork that you created, and took the fall when you were assigned an entire department assigned to of the CelestialBureaucracy for tabulating your karma, just like Black Whirlwind.
3rd Dec '17 6:59:25 AM OlmoJV
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-->'''Spear Catches Leaf''': How can you fight so well when all you do is drink?
-->'''The Black Whirlwind''': It's harder to drink your watered down swill than face those ghosts.
27th Nov '17 5:33:35 AM OlmoJV
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* ClosedCircle: Following his death, Abbot Song has been trapped in Dirge's outer courtyard for the last twenty years, forced to witness the spirits of his fellow Spirit Monks and Imperial soldiers locked in a never-ending battle without being able to change it and leave the Dirge or enter it through the sealed gates. This changes only when he joins the player in the restoration of Dirge's fountains.

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* ClosedCircle: Following his death, Abbot Song has been trapped in Dirge's outer courtyard for the last twenty years, forced to witness the spirits of his fellow Spirit Monks and Imperial soldiers locked in a never-ending battle without being able to change it and leave the Dirge or enter it through the sealed gates. This changes only when he joins the player in the restoration of Dirge's fountains.


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* GoodCannotComprehendEvil: Several less moral Spirit Monks such as Xian Wu were bribed to betray their order. Abbot Song noted strange behavior in them but never suspected betrayal from them because duty and honor are ingrained values of Spirit Monks.
9th Nov '17 1:57:14 PM SorPepita
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* FamousLastWords: [[spoiler:"I'm a better teacher...than I thought."]]

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* FamousLastWords: [[spoiler:"I'm a better teacher... than I thought."]]
30th Oct '17 3:15:17 PM OlmoJV
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* BlackmailIsSuchAnUglyWord: During the private meeting with him, the player can outright refuse to cheat in fights on Kai Lan's behalf.
-->'''Kai Lan:''' "Cheat" is such a pedestrian term. I prefer to think of myself as a creative engineer.



* SmugSnake: Not only does he have a snake motif, his schemes never seem to work out, he's arrogant and abrasive.

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* SmugSnake: Not only does he have a snake motif, but his schemes never seem to work out, and he's arrogant and abrasive.
19th Oct '17 12:39:48 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* AffablyEvil



* FauxAffablyEvil



* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:His idea of a "utopia" is an Orwellian dictatorship where he's in control of everything and everyone, ruling as a god.]]



* TheSociopath: [[spoiler:Master Li is an extremely high-functioning example. He spent twenty years raising a LaserGuidedTykebomb from infancy while masquerading as a kind and wise parental figure, but doesn't hesitate to kill them once their purpose is served. As the new Emperor, he retains his outward sensibility that is ''not'' supported by his actions. He cannot feel true attachment even for his own family, which he confesses at a time he has nothing to lose from it. He gives rational explanations for his actions, yet admits at the height of his power that he slaughtered thousands of Spirit Monks just for a chance to be a god. His idea of an utopia includes control and obedience at the cost of individuality, and he believes that he can force the spirits of the death to rest.]]

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* TheSociopath: [[spoiler:Master Li is an [[spoiler:An extremely high-functioning example. He spent twenty years raising a LaserGuidedTykebomb from infancy while masquerading as a kind and wise parental figure, but doesn't hesitate to kill them once their purpose is served. As the new Emperor, he retains his outward sensibility that is ''not'' supported by his actions. He cannot feel true attachment even for his own family, which he confesses at a time he has nothing to lose from it. He gives rational explanations for his actions, yet admits at the height of his power that he slaughtered thousands of Spirit Monks just for a chance to be a god. His idea of an utopia includes control and obedience at the cost of individuality, and he believes that he can force the spirits of the death to rest.]]



* WellIntentionedExtremist: [[spoiler:He presents himself as such at the end of the game, but his idea of a "utopia" is an Orwellian dictatorship where he's in control of everything and everyone, ruling as a god.]]
17th Oct '17 3:13:09 PM Kytseo
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* CanonName: Each of the Spirit Monks have default names.
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