History ComicBook / Lanfeust

16th Oct '17 11:59:36 AM LordKaarvani
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* AngelUnaware: [[spoiler: Sphax, Cixi's dragon, is actually the Darshanite god of ambassadors, sent by his fellow gods to bring Lanfeust in Darshan.]]
* AnnoyingArrows: Averted; arrows and crossbow bolts are quite lethal when used against humans. Played straight with trolls; Hébus refers to arrows stuck in his hide as "toothpicks".

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* AngelUnaware: [[spoiler: Sphax, Cixi's dragon, is actually the Darshanite god of ambassadors, sent by his fellow gods to bring Lanfeust in Darshan.]]
]] He doesn't mind the ignorance.
* AnnoyingArrows: Averted; Averted with humans, arrows and crossbow bolts are quite lethal when used against humans.them. Played straight with trolls; Hébus refers to arrows stuck in his hide as "toothpicks".



** After the Haruspex reads in the entrails of a ''still living'' guard, his men ask him what to do with him...
-->"Since he's still alive, just sew him up. We ain't monsters."



* {{Fanservice}}: Cixi is the main example, but it's hard to find a page without at least one scantily clad and/or buxom woman.

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* {{Fanservice}}: Cixi is the main example, but it's It's hard to find a page without at least one scantily clad and/or buxom woman.


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* HideousHangoverCure: In order to pay the nomads, Nicomede cooks a magical one to cure their massive hangover following a party. It's pretty bland, but then he adds animal droppings in it...
-->"The more the medicine is disgusting, the more the patient thinks it works."
16th Oct '17 11:43:21 AM LordKaarvani
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* EyeScream: Thanos puts out Lanfeust's eyes (with an ivory blade, when he melts the metal one).
* {{Fanservice}}

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* EyeScream: Thanos puts out Lanfeust's eyes (with an ivory blade, when he melts the metal one).
one). Just one at first to torture hi, then the other one because [[KickTheDog "I hate one-eyed people"]].
* {{Fanservice}}{{Fanservice}}: Cixi is the main example, but it's hard to find a page without at least one scantily clad and/or buxom woman.



* {{Hellhound}}: Thanos' cheyreks. He likes to sic them on random ''innocent'' people to make an example.



* ShownTheirWork: At one point, Cixi must freeze seawater in order to form a bridge to escape an attack. She complains that's it's much harder to freeze due to the salt.

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* ShownTheirWork: At one point, Cixi must freeze seawater in order to form a bridge to escape an attack. bridge. She complains that's it's much harder to freeze due to than normal water because of the salt.



* TheUnFavorite: Cixi views herself as this

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* TheUnFavorite: Cixi views herself as thisthis.
* VerbalTic: Or-Azur's manservant has "Créfieu", a very distored variant of the rural French swear "Sacré vingt dieux" (Holy twenty gods).
** Hébus' [[EvilLaugh "Hyuk hyuk hyuk"]]
** The Haruspex likes to end his sentences with "Karaka-X", with X being a syllable riming with the last word of the sentence.
16th Oct '17 11:23:57 AM LordKaarvani
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Sometimes, one person can have the ultimate power, that consists of every single power ever. This is the case for Lanfeust, a young blacksmith gifted with the power of melting metal by looking at it, who, while mending the sword of a passing aristocrat, discovers that touching the sword's pommel grants him the ultimate power. Accompanied by Nicomède (the village sage), C'ian (Nicmlède's older daughter and Lanfeust's fiancée, who can heal any wound after nightfall), Cixi (Nicomède's younger daughter, who can make water evaporate or freeze) and Hébus (a wild troll Nicomède enchanted), Lanfeust goes to Eckmül, Troy's capital, in order to study his power. But what he'll find there will be ''a tad'' bigger than that...

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Sometimes, one person can have the ultimate power, that consists of every single power ever. This is the case for Lanfeust, a young blacksmith gifted with the power of melting metal by looking at it, who, while mending the sword of a passing aristocrat, discovers that touching the sword's pommel pommel, made with the ivory of the Magohamoth, the source of all magic in the world, grants him the ultimate power. Accompanied by Nicomède (the village sage), C'ian (Nicmlède's older daughter and Lanfeust's fiancée, who can heal any wound after nightfall), Cixi (Nicomède's younger daughter, who can make water evaporate or freeze) and Hébus (a wild troll Nicomède enchanted), Lanfeust goes to Eckmül, Troy's capital, in order to study his power. But what he'll find there will be ''a tad'' bigger than that...


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* AnnoyingArrows: Averted; arrows and crossbow bolts are quite lethal when used against humans. Played straight with trolls; Hébus refers to arrows stuck in his hide as "toothpicks".
* AssShove: The giant troll is deafeated when Or-Azur rams a pointy branch and his sword up his backside. Justified since, according to Hébus, the hemorroids are the weakpoint of trolls.


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* BadassBoast: Thanos has some pretty nice ones [[spoiler: while posing as Averroes]]
-->"Tomorrow, the virgins of Or-Azur won't be anymore... And torrents of blood will flood the castle's moat."


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* EleventhHourSuperpower: After being absorbed by the Magohamoth, Lanfeust can use the ultimate power at will without a sage or the ivory pommel.


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* IHaveYourWife: After Thanos takes over Eckmül and the local sages in training start a ritual to give up their sage powers (denying Thanos the way to concentrate more magic), Thanos threatens their families to force them to comply.


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* LotusEaterMachine: The Magohamoth creates illusions to trap those who reach him into their greatest desires. The group falls prey to it (Or-Azur sees his father's castle, Ci'an and Hébus see their respective villages and Nicomède sees a legendary library). Lanfeust is immune due to him having the ultimate power.


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* ShownTheirWork: At one point, Cixi must freeze seawater in order to form a bridge to escape an attack. She complains that's it's much harder to freeze due to the salt.
14th Jul '17 4:30:53 PM NightShade96
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* DoorFu: Hebus the troll tries to break open a steel porticullis, and when that fails, to bend it. Cut to a guard leaning against the gears smugly mentioning he'll never get through, then back to Hebus simply grabbing and then lifting the grate, pulling the unfortunate guard's body into the gears as the mechanism is reversed.
19th Oct '16 6:22:49 AM Morgenthaler
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17th Aug '16 3:06:09 AM Dominek93
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* GainaxEnding: Of the tv series. Lanfeust [[spoiler:defeats his arch-enemy, Thanos, but for a price: all of his friends are dead, the land is devastated and the moon is sliced by half. Then, Lanfeust time-travels to the past, long before the fight, and defeats Thanos in a different way. His friends are alive, and the land is safe. When the heroes celebrate their victory, the camera shows us the moon… that is still sliced.]]
5th Jun '16 11:57:03 AM Silverblade2
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
** Thanos doesn't appear at all in the first album. The only antagonists are random brigands. Also, Cixi was more immature.
** Hebus had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] when not enchanted in the early albums. This was dropped later as none of the wild trolls have red eyes. Trolls in general were shown as savage, monstrous beasts when not enchanted in the early days, when later books (''Trolls de Troy'' in particular, obviously) portrayed them as decently civil and good-natured, but also walking disasters with a certain disregard for the life of things more fragile than them (unless they take a liking to it).

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
** Thanos doesn't appear at all in the first album. The only antagonists are random brigands. Also, Cixi was more immature.
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EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Hebus had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] when not enchanted in the early albums. This was dropped later as none of the wild trolls have red eyes. Trolls in general were shown as savage, monstrous beasts when not enchanted in the early days, when later books (''Trolls de Troy'' in particular, obviously) portrayed them as decently civil and good-natured, but also walking disasters with a certain disregard for the life of things more fragile than them (unless they take a liking to it).



* SecondEpisodeIntroduction: Thanos is introduced in the second book.
* SecondLove
** Cixi to Lanfeust.
** Or-Azur to Ci'an.



* SecondLove
** Cixi to Lanfeust.
** Or-Azur to Ci'an.
4th Jun '16 3:47:26 AM ExeloMinish
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** Hebus had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] when not enchanted in the early albums. This was dropped later as none of the wild trolls have red eyes.

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** Hebus had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] when not enchanted in the early albums. This was dropped later as none of the wild trolls have red eyes. Trolls in general were shown as savage, monstrous beasts when not enchanted in the early days, when later books (''Trolls de Troy'' in particular, obviously) portrayed them as decently civil and good-natured, but also walking disasters with a certain disregard for the life of things more fragile than them (unless they take a liking to it).
24th May '16 10:40:50 AM Silverblade2
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: Thanos doesn't appear at all in the first album. The only antagonists are random brigands. Also, Cixi was more immature.

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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: EarlyInstallmentWeirdness:
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Thanos doesn't appear at all in the first album. The only antagonists are random brigands. Also, Cixi was more immature.immature.
** Hebus had [[RedEyesTakeWarning red eyes]] when not enchanted in the early albums. This was dropped later as none of the wild trolls have red eyes.
4th Oct '15 2:37:14 PM StFan
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'''''Lanfeust de Troy''''' is a French heroic-fantasy comic series by Arleston and Tarquin, published by Soleil Productions. It features the eponymous hero Lanfeust in the world of Troy, and his efforts to save said world from total dominion by an evil army. The main feature of this series is that each inhabitant has a single magical power, be it useful or useless (melting metal, boiling/freezing water, teleporting, farting from the ears...) ; however, their power can only be used if a sage, a person who underwent a special rite to lose his/her power to become a magical conduit, is around and alive.

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'''''Lanfeust ''Lanfeust de Troy''''' Troy'' is a French heroic-fantasy comic series by Arleston and Tarquin, published by Soleil Productions. It features the eponymous hero Lanfeust in the world of Troy, and his efforts to save said world from total dominion by an evil army. The main feature of this series is that each inhabitant has a single magical power, be it useful or useless (melting metal, boiling/freezing water, teleporting, farting from the ears...) ; however, their power can only be used if a sage, a person who underwent a special rite to lose his/her power to become a magical conduit, is around and alive.



!!''Lanfeust of Troy'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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!!''Lanfeust of Troy'' provides examples of the following tropes:
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