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23rd May '16 1:49:14 AM tenryufan
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* OneSceneWonder: Thaddeus appears in all of three pages, but it's a very memorable three pages.
14th May '16 7:27:47 AM Doug86
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* TakeThat: The first few pages of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} crossover mini quickly and brutally renders the non-Alan Davis issues of the original series AllJustADream.

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* TakeThat: The first few pages of the ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen crossover mini quickly and brutally renders the non-Alan Davis issues of the original series AllJustADream.
11th May '16 2:57:38 AM Morgenthaler
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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[labelnote:Translation]]"Heaven at last!"[[/labelnote]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.

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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[labelnote:Translation]]"Heaven at last!"[[/labelnote]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.UsefulNotes/TheKnightsTemplar.



* TheKnightsTemplar: Thaddeus, Adam and Elalyth's second child, was a member.
13th Apr '16 5:59:09 PM Sheliak
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* CompleteImmortality: Adam, courtesy of his wife's powers. He does not age, cannot be injured, and went over a decade without having to eat, drink, or ''breath air''. Also, his hair did not grow during that period and it is the same length in all flashbacks and family portraits, so it may be that he cannot physically change even in the most inconsequential ways.

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* CompleteImmortality: Adam, courtesy of his wife's powers. He does not age, cannot be injured, and went over a decade without having to eat, drink, or ''breath air''.''breathe''. Also, his hair did not grow during that period and it is the same length in all flashbacks and family portraits, so it may be that he cannot physically change even in the most inconsequential ways.
8th Sep '15 4:00:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* [[AbsurdlyYouthfulMother Absurdly Youthful Father]]: Adam, who hasn't aged since his early twenties. As a result, several of his children look old enough to be his grandparents.


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* SupernaturallyYoungParent: Adam, who hasn't aged since his early twenties. As a result, several of his children look old enough to be his grandparents.
20th Aug '14 1:57:58 AM StFan
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* {{Fantasy-Forbidding Father}}: Walter forbids the twins to be superheroes, without much success.

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* {{Fantasy-Forbidding Father}}: FantasyForbiddingFather: Walter forbids the twins to be superheroes, without much success.
15th Mar '14 1:12:16 PM Aiguille
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* SuperSenses: Dominic, even moreso than {{Daredevil}}. Unfortunately, they're so intense that they frequently overwhelm him to the point where he can't function.

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* SuperSenses: Dominic, even moreso than {{Daredevil}}.Comicbook/{{Daredevil}}. Unfortunately, they're so intense that they frequently overwhelm him to the point where he can't function.
1st Feb '14 6:15:18 AM Kaioshin
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The series focuses on the Destine family, children of the immortal Adam Destine and the genie Elalyth. Their children all have superpowers - some more usful than others- and are extremely long-lived, if not immortal. The story kicks off with two revelations: one, a mysterious enemy is sending dissolvable minions to try to kill the Destines. Two, the youngest members of the family - twelve-year-old twins Rory and Pandora - have developed powers ahead of schedule, and started superhero careers without telling their guardians.

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The series focuses on the Destine family, children of the immortal Adam Destine and the genie Elalyth. Their children all have superpowers - some more usful useful than others- and are extremely long-lived, if not immortal. The story kicks off with two revelations: one, a mysterious enemy is sending dissolvable minions to try to kill the Destines. Two, the youngest members of the family - twelve-year-old twins Rory and Pandora - have developed powers ahead of schedule, and started superhero careers without telling their guardians.
28th Jul '13 3:26:29 PM Sheliak
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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[labelnote:Translation]]"Heaven at last!"[[/note]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.

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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[labelnote:Translation]]"Heaven at last!"[[/note]] last!"[[/labelnote]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.
28th Jul '13 12:52:39 PM Willbyr
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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[hottip:*: "Heaven at last!"]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.

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* BattleCry: The (alas) long-dead Sir Thaddeus Destine is first seen in battle, shouting ''"Denique Caelum!"'' [[hottip:*: "Heaven [[labelnote:Translation]]"Heaven at last!"]] last!"[[/note]] A footnote on the page identifies this as a battle cry used by TheKnightsTemplar.
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