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* ShadowArchetype: [[spoiler: To the D'ni]]
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* {{Walking Spoiler}}
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* [[spoiler: {{Utopia Justifies TheMeans}}

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* [[spoiler: {{Utopia Justifies TheMeans}}The Means}}]]
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!!The Terahnee

The wealthy, decadent cousins of the D'ni rediscovered by Atrus and his crew in ''Book of D'ni.''

* [[spoiler: {{Crapsaccharine World}}]]
* [[spoiler: PoweredByAForsakenChild: ''Everything''.]]
* ExtremeSpeculativeStratification: With their Book-writing ability, they have unlimited access to land and resources, and indeed among their own kind even the very poor live in huge mansions, control land the size of a small country, barely work and spend most of their time in pursuit of the arts or playing extravagant games. However, the Terahnee decided that, with unlimited access to natural resources, the power source of their civilization should be [[spoiler: slave labor. Because they see themselves as superior to other races, they enslave them and force them to work in backbreaking labor until death, while being carefully trained to never make a sound or be seen by their masters.]]
* [[spoiler: {{Fantastic Racism}}: Ohhh boy.]]
* [[spoiler: {{Faux Affably Evil}}]]
* {{Punny Name}}: Say 'Terahnee' quickly a couple of times.
* {{Town With A Dark Secret}}: [[spoiler: A ''country'' with a dark secret. Atrus and company find this out almost too late.]]
* [[spoiler: {{Utopia Justifies TheMeans}}
* {{With Great Power Comes Great Perks}}[=/=]{{Comes Great Responsibility}}: The Terahnee and D'ni ways, respectively.
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* {{Nice Guy}}: Although not without his flaws- see {{Good Parents}}.
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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with; she's clearly uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety, and while she never sees herself as a god, she does eventually realize this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.

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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with; she's with. She's clearly uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety, and but while she never sees herself as a god, she does eventually realize this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.
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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with. She's profoundly uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.

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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with. She's profoundly with; she's clearly uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While Moiety, and while she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes eventually realize this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.
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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with. She's initially uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.

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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played with. She's initially profoundly uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.
22nd May '17 8:20:29 PM LesleyDrakken
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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played straight. She's initially uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.

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* {{A God I Am Not}}: Played straight.with. She's initially uncomfortable with the godlike treatment she receives from the Moiety. While she never sees herself as a god, she does come to accept it when she realizes this can be used as a tool to galvanize them against Gehn.
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* [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Spell My Name With An "I"]]: 'Aitrus' and 'Atrus' represent the same name in D'ni script. Despite this, 'Atrus' is used for both grandfather and grandson outside of ''Book of T'iana''.

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* [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Spell My Name With An "I"]]: 'Aitrus' and 'Atrus' represent the same name in D'ni script. Despite this, 'Atrus' is used for both grandfather and grandson outside of ''Book of T'iana''.Ti'ana''.



* [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Spell My Name With An "I"]]: 'Aitrus' and 'Atrus' represent the same name in D'ni script. Despite this, 'Atrus' is used for both grandfather and grandson outside of ''Book of T'iana''.

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* [[SpellMyNameWithAnS Spell My Name With An "I"]]: 'Aitrus' and 'Atrus' represent the same name in D'ni script. Despite this, 'Atrus' is used for both grandfather and grandson outside of ''Book of T'iana''.Ti'ana''.
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