History Characters / MetamorCity

12th May '17 1:53:31 AM Roo
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* DeadpanSnarker: Mostly in his inner monologues, but he gets in a few quips in his dialogue as well -- he likes to think of himself as having a charming wit, and... well, he's ''mostly'' right, even if he's not as mature as he thinks.
12th May '17 1:51:04 AM Roo
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* ChildProdigy: In her childhood years. Already as a child she's one of the strongest telepaths in the setting.
12th May '17 1:41:54 AM Roo
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* ManipulativeBastard: He can be quite charming when he wants something, and effortlessly convinces most people, even gifted telepaths, that he's a decent and trustworthy guy... and then, when he has them where he wants them and something doesn't go his way, comes the rage.
4th Apr '17 7:03:51 AM zarpaulus
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* OlderThanHeLooks: [[spoiler: In ''Things Unseen'' it's suggested he was involved in the destruction of Telvar, over a century ago.]]

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* OlderThanHeLooks: [[spoiler: In ''Things Unseen'' it's suggested he was involved in the destruction of Telvar, over a century ago. ''Fire in the Sky'' shows that he's close to two centuries old.]]
27th Sep '16 9:19:37 AM zarpaulus
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* OlderThanHeLooks: [[spoiler: In ''Things Unseen'' it's suggested he was involved in the destruction of Telvar, over a century ago.]]
17th Feb '16 6:18:26 AM erforce
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* DeadpanSnarker: Not always the most deadpan of snarkers, but she generally has a witty or sarcastic comment for every situation. There are a few stories that [[BehindTheMask present her in a more serious light, though]]

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* DeadpanSnarker: Not always the most deadpan of snarkers, but she generally has a witty or sarcastic comment for every situation. There are a few stories that [[BehindTheMask [[BeneathTheMask present her in a more serious light, though]]
28th Oct '15 12:04:14 PM zarpaulus
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** Though one eventually got him, he sired Morgan Drauling (see her entry below.)
22nd Sep '15 8:18:47 PM zarpaulus
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* BlueBlood: Was once the scion of House Drauling.


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* FormerTeenRebel: Unfortunately, it ended up with her joining the ranks of the undead.


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* IHateYouVampireDad: She tipped Kate and David off to her sire and had them destroy him. Which conveniently broke Malcolm's domination of her, through her sire who was one of his spawn.
11th May '15 12:47:57 PM SeptimusHeap
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* {{Expy}}: He's a clear one for the wizard from the SpellsRUs shared storyverse, with the same looks, same somewhat twisted sense of humor, the same ability to know everything about his customers as soon as they enter his store, the same way of selling magic items that will backfire in really embarrassing ways unless you follow the instructions ''precisely,'' and the same fondness for turning men into sexy women. That said, there are differences: Artax is much grouchier and snarkier, but with stronger morals, than the polite and AffablyEvil ''Spells 'R' Us'' wizard, and he's also a more obviously complex character with a life of his own beyond selling magical items, as this setting treats the store and the character type a lot more seriously.

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* {{Expy}}: He's a clear one for the wizard from the SpellsRUs Literature/SpellsRUs shared storyverse, with the same looks, same somewhat twisted sense of humor, the same ability to know everything about his customers as soon as they enter his store, the same way of selling magic items that will backfire in really embarrassing ways unless you follow the instructions ''precisely,'' and the same fondness for turning men into sexy women. That said, there are differences: Artax is much grouchier and snarkier, but with stronger morals, than the polite and AffablyEvil ''Spells 'R' Us'' wizard, and he's also a more obviously complex character with a life of his own beyond selling magical items, as this setting treats the store and the character type a lot more seriously.
17th Oct '14 10:59:02 AM Roo
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* FauxAffablyEvil

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* FauxAffablyEvilFauxAffablyEvil: He's ''extremely'' good at hiding the monster inside -- good enough, in fact, that while the Psi Collective was aware that he had anger issues, he was capable of keeping them from seeing just how deep his psychosis went for several years.
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