History Characters / Noob

8th Feb '16 1:27:45 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
--->[[spoiler:'''Fantöm:''' Amaras?\\ '''Amaras:''' What ?\\
to:
--->[[spoiler:'''Fantöm:''' Amaras?\\ Amaras?\ '''Amaras:''' What ?\\?\

--->[[spoiler:'''Fantöm:''' Amaras?\\ '''Amaras:''' What ?\\* AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: In the comic, he appeared near the end of the sixth book, that covers a period between Season 3 premiere and Episode 4 (Arthéon knows he's going to boarding school but hasn't left yet, Sparadrap is still levelling up his warrior).

* EarlyBirdCameo: In the comic, he appeared near the end of the sixth book, that covers a period between Season 3 premiere and Episode 4 (Arthéon knows he's going to boarding school but hasn't left yet, Sparadrap is still levelling up his warrior).

* EarlyBirdCameo: In AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Anna is seen during Saphir's DayInTheLife from the comic, he appeared near the end of the sixth book, comic version, that covers a period between is shown to happen before the Centralis battle, which is the central event of Season 3 premiere and Episode 4 (Arthéon knows he's going to boarding school but hasn't left yet, Sparadrap is still levelling up his warrior).finale.

* RealLifeWritesThePlot[=/=]TemporarySubstitute: Amandine Train (Saphir) had a baby during the break between episodes 6 and 7 of Season 5, while a plotline involving her was left hanging. Hence Saphir's sudden off-screen quest while letting her sister Rubis take care of things. She's seen filling in for Saphir again in the first movie.
to:
* RealLifeWritesThePlot[=/=]TemporarySubstitute: Amandine Train (Saphir) had a baby during the break between episodes 6 and 7 of Season 5, while a plotline involving her was left hanging. Hence Saphir's sudden off-screen quest while letting her sister Rubis take care of things. She's seen filling in for Saphir again in the first movie. Subverted as she sticks around when Saphir comes back in the second movie.

Added DiffLines:
* RealLifeWritesThePlot[=/=]TemporarySubstitute: Amandine Train (Saphir) had a baby during the break AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: Comic ten has an important pre-Centralis battle conversation between episodes 6 Roxxor higer-ups being overheard by a hooded figure wearing familiar black gold-trimmed robe and 7 of Season 5, while bearing a plotline involving her was left hanging. Hence Saphir's sudden off-screen quest while letting her sister Rubis take care of things. She's seen filling in for Saphir again in the first movie.familiar OnlineAlias.

Added DiffLines:
* RealLifeWritesThePlot[=/=]TemporarySubstitute: Amandine Train (Saphir) had a baby AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: She joins Justice during the break between episodes 6 and 7 equivalent of late Season 5, while a plotline involving her was left hanging. Hence Saphir's sudden off-screen quest while letting her sister Rubis take care of things. She's seen filling in for Saphir again in 3 during the first movie.comic.

Added DiffLines:
* RealLifeWritesThePlot[=/=]TemporarySubstitute: Amandine Train (Saphir) had AdaptationalEarlyAppearance: The guild as a baby during whole gets in troduced prior to the break between episodes 6 Centralis battle, and 7 of Season 5, while a plotline involving her was left hanging. Hence Saphir's sudden off-screen quest while letting her sister Rubis take care of things. She's seen filling in for Saphir again in the first movie.role of the guild's mouthpiece is moved from a random other member to him.
7th Feb '16 9:25:45 AM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
just noticed alphabetical order error
* InformedAttribute: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended being present so often that she functionnally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha remained sixth rangers. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication ; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happenning off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests. ** Her tendency to not show up briefly became relevant in Season 4, where she was absent during the whole Dungeon of Chaos arc and the two first thirds of the finale.

* GadgeteerGenius
to:
* GadgeteerGeniusGadgeteerGenius: Aside from one occurrence in the second novel, she uses to build bombs.

Added DiffLines:
* GadgeteerGeniusInformedAttribute: Happened twice. Upon her introduction, Arthéon mentioned she didn't show up much. However, aside from the three first episodes of Season 3 during which only novel readers would know she's supposed to be part of the guild, she ended being present so often that she functionnally became a full-time member of the guild while Couette and Golgotha remained sixth rangers. In Season 4, Gaea mentions that she's sleeping even more than before because she stopped taking her narcolepsy medication ; she's not seen falling asleep much more on screen, but it happenning off screen is supposed to be the reason the guild breaks its record of failed quests. ** Her tendency to not show up briefly became relevant in Season 4, where she was absent during the whole Dungeon of Chaos arc and the two first thirds of the finale.
5th Feb '16 12:14:23 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* DroppingTheBombshell: When he, Roxana and Decklan decide to confront the Justice main roster about [[spoiler:Fantöm being cheated]] in the webseries version, they start off whith a YouKnowWhatYouDid-like speech. At this point, the audience knows that Amaras discovered something that made him furious and nothing more. Since the Justice main roster is LockedOutOfTheLoop on the subject, their response is basically "What the hell are you guys talking about ?". Battos is the one who let Justice know that the conversation wasn't pure taunting by uttering verbatim "Strange, they don't seem to know.".
to:
* DroppingTheBombshell: When he, Roxana and Decklan decide to confront the Justice main roster about [[spoiler:Fantöm being cheated]] in the webseries version, they start off whith with a YouKnowWhatYouDid-like speech. At this point, the audience knows that Amaras discovered something that made him furious and nothing more. Since the Justice main roster is LockedOutOfTheLoop on the subject, their response is basically "What the hell are you guys talking about ?". Battos is the one who let Justice know that the conversation wasn't pure taunting by uttering verbatim "Strange, they don't seem to know.".
13th Jan '16 1:27:44 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Added DiffLines:
* TheUndead
13th Jan '16 1:19:27 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Killing Sparadrap's pets. In the webseries version of the scene, she pushes Sparadrap's Berserk Button. In the novel version, the bullying of which the killing was part of gave Ystos, Saphir and Heimdäl time to find the Noob guild before her team got arounf killing them.]]
to:
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: [[spoiler:Killing Sparadrap's pets. In the webseries version of the scene, she pushes Sparadrap's Berserk Button. In the novel version, the bullying of which the killing was part of gave Ystos, Saphir and Heimdäl time to find the Noob guild before her team got arounf around killing them.]]
13th Jan '16 1:13:52 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Both in the webseries and comic, he thanks Gaea for her "defection" of the Empire long before Gaea Worshipper's guild is even known to exist. He also either mentions that she has many fans in the Coalition (webseries) or the rumors that she's actually TheMole (comic).
to:
* {{Foreshadowing}}: Both in the webseries and comic, he thanks Gaea for her "defection" of the Empire long before Gaea Worshipper's the guild of Gaea Admirers is even known to exist. He also either mentions that she has many fans in the Coalition (webseries) or the rumors that she's actually TheMole (comic).
29th Dec '15 12:43:18 AM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
Latest addition to the guild for the two first seasons, she joined only because ''Horizon'' cannot be played solo. She's set on cumulating as many credits (game currency) as she can, to the point that looting dead enemies behind her guildmate's backs, charming her way out of contributing to the guild's common funds, refusing to engage in a battle under the pretext that expensive repairs are sure to be needed, scamming and blackmailing are not beyond her. [[spoiler:Also check Walking Spoiler in Gaea worshipper's guild section.]]
to:
Latest addition to the guild for the two first seasons, she joined only because ''Horizon'' cannot be played solo. She's set on cumulating as many credits (game currency) as she can, to the point that looting dead enemies behind her guildmate's backs, charming her way out of contributing to the guild's common funds, refusing to engage in a battle under the pretext that expensive repairs are sure to be needed, scamming and blackmailing are not beyond her. [[spoiler:Also check Walking Spoiler in Gaea worshipper's guild of Gaea Admirers section.]]
26th Dec '15 2:02:21 AM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* [[spoiler:UnPerson]]:[[spoiler: How Judge Dead deals with the public discovery of the enhancements given to him behind his back. He not only actually erases his avatar (the biggest punishment is usally permanent ban that keeps the avatar from being used but still in existence), but also erases any trace of what he ever accomplished. In a nutshell, players will remember he existed, but from the game's point of view, Judge Dead puts it quite well : "The famous Fantöm no longer exists. He has never existed.".]]
to:
* [[spoiler:UnPerson]]:[[spoiler: UnPerson:[[spoiler: How Judge Dead deals with the public discovery of the enhancements given to him behind his back. He not only actually erases his avatar (the biggest punishment is usally permanent ban that keeps the avatar from being used but still in existence), but also erases any trace of what he ever accomplished. In a nutshell, players will remember he existed, but from the game's point of view, Judge Dead puts it quite well : "The famous Fantöm no longer exists. He has never existed.".]]

* [[spoiler:RaisedByGrandparents]]: [[spoiler:Implied by the fact that he's Sparadrap's younger brother, but he never mentions the fact himself]].
to:
* [[spoiler:RaisedByGrandparents]]: RaisedByGrandparents: [[spoiler:Implied by the fact that he's Sparadrap's younger brother, but he never mentions the fact himself]].
22nd Nov '15 1:52:18 AM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
her eyes are indeed empty, just noticed it's not for the usual narrative purpose
* EmptyEyes
20th Nov '15 1:59:26 PM Nazetrime
Is there an issue? Send a Message
* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: His comic version has more visible {{Foreshadowing}} of his upcoming RageBreakingPoint. His debut in comic one shoes him have a moment of doubt when alone, but brush it off for the sake of maintaining his role of OnlySaneMan. In comic 7, he releases a limit break he intended for a boss on bunch of {{Mook}}s because he needed to blow off steam.
to:
* AdaptationalAngstUpgrade: His comic version has more visible {{Foreshadowing}} of his upcoming RageBreakingPoint. His debut in comic one shoes him have a moment of doubt when alone, but brush it off for the sake of maintaining his role of OnlySaneMan. In comic 7, he releases a limit break LimitBreak he intended for a boss on bunch of {{Mook}}s while yelling at them (actually suprising Gaea) because he needed to blow off steam.
This list shows the last 10 events of 1306. Show all.