History Characters / TheDresdenFilesTheFae

4th Jan '16 4:01:21 AM isoycrazy
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* JackassGenie[=/=]LiteralGenie: A man in ''Summer Knight'' apparently said he would die to play music well. Maeve grants that ''literally''. * {{Jerkass}}: Oh Hell Yes.
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* JackassGenie[=/=]LiteralGenie: JackassGenie: A man in ''Summer Knight'' apparently said he would die to play music well. Maeve grants that ''literally''. * {{Jerkass}}: Oh Hell Yes. She can be petty and abusive to anyone just for kicks.

* JackassGenie[=/=]LiteralGenie: A man in ''Summer Knight'' apparently said he would die to play music well. Maeve grants that ''literally''. * {{Jerkass}}: Oh Hell Yes.LiteralGenie: See the JackassGenie example.

* EvilLaugh: Judging by Harry's narration when TheWildHunt is fighting [[spoiler: Outsiders]] during ''Cold Days,'' the Erlking's laughter sounds a lot like this.
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* EvilLaugh: Judging by Harry's narration when TheWildHunt is fighting [[spoiler: Outsiders]] Outsiders during ''Cold Days,'' the Erlking's laughter sounds a lot like this.

* WorthyOpponent: Genuinely respects and likes Harry, and even spared his life because the dinosaur thing was just that cool. Still plans to hunt him down for sport one of these days.
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* WorthyOpponent: Genuinely respects and likes Harry, Harry for his tactics against stronger opponents and even spared being able to call on such a powerful spirit of the hunt and infuse it within a t-rex's skeleton. After he found Harry too weak to defend himself in ''Dead Beat'', the Erlking spars his life because the dinosaur thing was just that cool. Still plans to hunt him down for sport one of these days.

* HereditaryCurse: He cursed the Chicago Cubs because he (in his goat form) was removed from the game for smelling terrible. He's actually been over the insult for a while now, and keeps renewing it because he feels it has become part of the spirit of the game.
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* HereditaryCurse: He cursed curses the Chicago Cubs because he (in his goat form) was removed from the game for smelling terrible. He's actually been over the insult for a while now, and keeps renewing it because he feels it their determination despite the constant losing has become part of the spirit of the game.

* CombatPragmatist: Say what you want about the guy, but he came closer to killing Harry than most other threats. Bombing his car, hiring tiny fairies and giving them real swords and nail guns, blocking his exit so that his father could get to him, blowing up a warehouse while Harry and his friends were inside and sinking it, and trying to JustShootHim.
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* CombatPragmatist: CombatPragmatist: ** Say what you want about the guy, but he came closer to killing Harry than most other threats. Bombing his car, hiring tiny fairies and giving them real swords and nail guns, blocking his exit so that his father could get to him, blowing up a warehouse while Harry and his friends were inside and sinking it, and trying to JustShootHim.
3rd Dec '15 7:04:02 AM FF32
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of GreekMythology and a Norn of Myth/NorseMythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of GreekMythology Myth/ClassicalMythology and a Norn of Myth/NorseMythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.
27th Sep '15 1:58:55 PM Gregzilla
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* Axerazy: Well, in many of her appearances, but not always. Other times she's nice enough. Molly, after meeting her, upgrades her from "spooky death Sidhe lady" to "spooky, ''crazy'' death Sidhe lady." Lea approves.
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* Axerazy: AxCrazy: Well, in many of her appearances, but not always. Other times she's nice enough. Molly, after meeting her, upgrades her from "spooky death Sidhe lady" to "spooky, ''crazy'' death Sidhe lady." Lea approves.
27th Sep '15 1:58:42 PM Gregzilla
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* AxeCrazy: Oh boy. Not only is she one of the Winter Sidhe and therefore vicious by nature, but according to Sarissa she literally has a form of congenital dementia that makes her even more unstable than normal.
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* AxeCrazy: AxCrazy: Oh boy. Not only is she one of the Winter Sidhe and therefore vicious by nature, but according to Sarissa she literally has a form of congenital dementia that makes her even more unstable than normal.

* AxeCrazy: Well, in many of her appearances, but not always. Other times she's nice enough. Molly, after meeting her, upgrades her from "spooky death Sidhe lady" to "spooky, ''crazy'' death Sidhe lady." Lea approves.
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* AxeCrazy: Axerazy: Well, in many of her appearances, but not always. Other times she's nice enough. Molly, after meeting her, upgrades her from "spooky death Sidhe lady" to "spooky, ''crazy'' death Sidhe lady." Lea approves.
23rd Sep '15 4:54:02 PM nombretomado
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of GreekMythology and a Norn of NorseMythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of GreekMythology and a Norn of NorseMythology.Myth/NorseMythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.
19th Jul '15 6:43:11 AM NOYB
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of Greek Mythology and the Norn of Norse Mythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.
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* IHaveManyNames: Generally, they are just referred to as Mother Summer and Mother Winter. No other moniker is said of them. When Harry chose to try and summon Mother Winter, he invoked the names Atropos and Skuld in his ritual, one of the Fates of Greek Mythology GreekMythology and the a Norn of Norse Mythology.NorseMythology. There is a third name she would have answered to but it isn't said. ''Skin Game'' suggests that the name may be Hecate.

* ToughLove: Mother Winter to Mab. While Winter cold freezes much of their hearts a bit, the most human part of these women, remains unfrozen and allows Mab and Mother Winter to know love. Their ability to act on it, however, is hindered and must use round about ways.
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* ToughLove: Mother Winter to Mab. While Winter cold freezes much of their hearts a bit, the most human part of these women, remains unfrozen and allows Mab and Mother Winter to know love. Their ability to act on it, however, is hindered and must use round about roundabout ways.

* ToughLove: Mab to her daughters. While Winter cold freezes much of their hearts a bit, the most human part of these women, remains unfrozen and allows Mab to know love. Their ability to act on it, however, is hindered and must use round about ways.
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* ToughLove: Mab to her daughters. While Winter cold freezes much of their hearts a bit, the most human part of these women, remains unfrozen and allows Mab to know love. Their ability to act on it, however, is hindered and must use round about roundabout ways.
19th Jul '15 6:39:15 AM NOYB
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* DebtDetester: The Fae, high and low, have a general dislike to a heavy degree being in the debt of any mortal as they are obliged to repay the debt. This is because they must maintain a balance. So any boon or injury must be settled with the like. However, it is a difficult thing to do if the obligation is open ended or action done is difficult to appraise.
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* DebtDetester: The Fae, high and low, have a general dislike to a heavy degree being in the debt of any mortal as they are obliged to repay the debt. This is because they must maintain a balance. So any boon or injury must be settled with the like. However, it is a difficult thing to do if the obligation is open ended open-ended or action done is difficult to appraise.
19th Jul '15 6:36:39 AM NOYB
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Two beings who are beyond ancient. The mothers of Mab and Titania, respectively. They do not live with their daughters or granddaughters, but are still well respected by everyone in both courts. Mother Summer can be seen as the progenitor of nature. She cares for the growth of all, from human development to plagues which could wipe out all other species. Mother Winter is destroyer of nature. She is the final end of it all. They both live in a small cottage together.
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Two beings who are beyond ancient. The mothers of Mab and Titania, respectively. They do not live with their daughters or granddaughters, but are still well respected by everyone in both courts. Mother Summer can be seen as the progenitor of nature. She cares for the growth of all, from human development to plagues which that could wipe out all other species. Mother Winter is destroyer of nature. She is the final end of it all. They both live in a small cottage together.
19th Jul '15 6:21:48 AM NOYB
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* BarrierMaiden: Turns out this is a big part of the Winter Queen's job. She and her armies do the lions share of the work protecting the Outer Gates.
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* BarrierMaiden: Turns out this is a big part of the Winter Queen's job. She and her armies do the lions lion's share of the work protecting the Outer Gates.
17th Jul '15 3:06:48 PM Theriocephalus
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* SolitarySorceress: The two Queen Mothers live in ( [[AFormYouAreMoreComfortableWith what seems to Harry]]) a cottage in an extremely isolated part of the Nevernever.
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* SolitarySorceress: The two Queen Mothers live in ( [[AFormYouAreMoreComfortableWith ([[AFormYouAreComfortableWith what seems to Harry]]) a cottage in an extremely isolated part of the Nevernever.
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