History Characters / UbelBlatt

3rd Jan '17 6:52:33 PM Wyldchyld
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* BadAss
* BerserkButton: Harming innocent people in front of him is a bad idea. So is mentioning how great the Seven Heroes are, or slandering the Lances of Betrayal.



* {{Badass}}: Not that she was incapable to start with, but Koinzell takes her on as a pupil and she is more and more able to to keep up with him as the series goes on, which is one ''hell'' of an accomplishment.



* BadAss: Was able to hold his own against a subterranean giant that even Koinzell had trouble with.



* {{Badass}}
* BerserkButton: Kfer ''loses it'' when Glenn tries to convince him to abandon the other lances by telling him that Gustav and Klentel are low-born and therefore have no responsibilities to live for, and that Ascheriit is just some nobody who would always overshadow him.



* {{Badass}}



* {{Badass}}



* BadAss: Although nowhere near Koinzell's level.
29th Dec '16 4:58:29 AM Boggs
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all, or as a justification for not manning up and coming clean, forfeiting everything in the process. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all, or as a justification for not manning up and coming clean, forfeiting everything in the process. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused ''caused'' that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.
29th Dec '16 4:57:35 AM Boggs
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all, or as a means to not have to man up and come clean, forfeiting everything in the process. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all, or as a means to justification for not have to man manning up and come coming clean, forfeiting everything in the process. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.
29th Dec '16 4:56:12 AM Boggs
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.

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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all.all, or as a means to not have to man up and come clean, forfeiting everything in the process. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.
29th Dec '16 4:54:45 AM Boggs
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* JerkassHasAPoint: Subverted, as Glenn's claims that 'The Seven Heroes' seeing to the peace and stability of the empire and the future prosperity of its citizens as a means of atonement makes sense on the surface... [[ManipulativeBastard but he only ever uses it in a context which seems to justify]] Ascherit not [[AssholeVictim (rightfully)]] murdering them all. Ascherit sees the logic of the argument and even ''agrees'' with it, but several other character repeatedly point out to him that there wouldn't ''be'' any war or turmoil in the empire if it wasn't for 'The Seven Heroes' themselves, whether through blatantly incompetent leadership, [[TheCaligula outright corruption,]] or having outright caused that instability in the first place. (i.e. murdering Kfer, labeling him a traitor, and delegitimizing the House of Jebnaress, directly inciting all the violence in the region that came afterwards) He really just seems to be using it as a convenient argument.
23rd Dec '16 3:37:28 AM Boggs
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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Ascheit's main power is in imitation. This extends to non-martial abilities like blacksmithing.

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* AwesomenessByAnalysis: Ascheit's Ascherit's main power is in imitation. This extends to non-martial abilities like blacksmithing.


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* BreakTheCutie: The ravages of the viscerally violent war he partook in, having to watch three of his close comrades sacrifice themselves, and finally the betrayal of the 'Seven Heroes,' who treacherously (and graphically) murder him and his friends to promote themselves as the heroes, all while blackening Ascherit, Kfer, Klentel, and Gustav's names as the 'Lances of Betrayal...' he basically lives for revenge and '''nothing''' else.
21st Nov '16 8:07:07 AM Boggs
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* HappilyAdopted: By his father, a blacksmith.
20th Nov '16 5:52:25 PM Boggs
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* BadassBeard: Had quite a commanding one.
20th Oct '16 9:30:56 PM Boggs
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* MrsFanservice: Even though she hasn't gotten much screen time, [[PosthumousCharacter naturally.]] Her outfit beneath the white overcoat of the Lances looks decidedly tribal in design, and leaves little to the imagination. Have we mentioned she's ''gorgeous?''

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* MrsFanservice: MsFanservice: Even though she hasn't gotten much screen time, [[PosthumousCharacter naturally.]] Her outfit beneath the white overcoat of the Lances looks decidedly tribal in design, and leaves little to the imagination. Have we mentioned she's ''gorgeous?''
20th Oct '16 9:30:07 PM Boggs
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* {{Badass}}


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* ActionGirl: As one of the Lances of Betrayal, perhaps '''the''' definitive example in this series.
* AmazonianBeauty: Gustav had long, flowing blonde locks, looked to be in excellent shape, and was undoubtedly a proficient asskicker.
* {{Badass}}
* BoobsOfSteel
* DarkSkinnedBlonde: Which sets her apart from her fellow Lances.


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* MrsFanservice: Even though she hasn't gotten much screen time, [[PosthumousCharacter naturally.]] Her outfit beneath the white overcoat of the Lances looks decidedly tribal in design, and leaves little to the imagination. Have we mentioned she's ''gorgeous?''


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* {{Badass}}
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