History Creator / DavidEddings

6th Jun '17 6:02:38 PM Madrugada
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David Eddings was a modern American author who specialized in archetypical epic tales. He died in June of 2009. Most of the books he wrote were HighFantasy, were {{Doorstopper}}s, and were part of a long series (some of which were in [[TheVerse the same universe]]), were StrictlyFormula, were {{Troperiffic}}, and were LoveItOrHateIt Love-them-or-hate-them.

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David Eddings was a modern American author who specialized in archetypical epic tales. He died in June of 2009. Most of the books he wrote were HighFantasy, were {{Doorstopper}}s, and were part of a long series (some of which were in [[TheVerse the same universe]]), were StrictlyFormula, were {{Troperiffic}}, and were LoveItOrHateIt Love-them-or-hate-them.
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6th Jun '17 6:02:15 PM Madrugada
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David Eddings was a modern American author who specialized in archetypical epic tales. He died in June of 2009. Most of the books he wrote were HighFantasy, were {{Doorstopper}}s, and were part of a long series (some of which were in [[TheVerse the same universe]]), were StrictlyFormula, were {{Troperiffic}}, and were ''[[TropesAreNotBad awesome]]''.

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David Eddings was a modern American author who specialized in archetypical epic tales. He died in June of 2009. Most of the books he wrote were HighFantasy, were {{Doorstopper}}s, and were part of a long series (some of which were in [[TheVerse the same universe]]), were StrictlyFormula, were {{Troperiffic}}, and were ''[[TropesAreNotBad awesome]]''.
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31st Jan '17 11:50:42 AM Black_Diesel
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31st Jan '17 11:50:29 AM Black_Diesel
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14th Dec '16 11:45:01 PM PaulA
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* PalsWithJesus: In ''The Dreamers'', the four gods of the country tend to pal around and be on first name terms with some of their subjects.
13th Dec '16 7:25:04 PM PaulA
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* AlwaysIdenticalTwins: In ''Regina's Song'', Regina and her sister were so identical even their parents couldn't tell them apart, and when one of the sisters is murdered only the surviving sister knows for sure which it was.
13th Dec '16 7:03:02 PM PaulA
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* TheOldGods: ''The Dreamers'' has the original male and female creative powers embodied as [[spoiler:the peasant couple Ara and Omago]].


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* WorthlessYellowRocks: In ''The Dreamers'', the four gods hire armies with gold, except for Aracia. Queen Trenicia of the Isle of Akalla won't accept gold--she refers to it as 'yellow lead'--and took gems as payment instead.
13th Dec '16 6:52:41 PM PaulA
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* RoaringRampageOfRevenge: In ''Regina's Song'', the Seattle Slasher is killing off sexual predators in a hunt for one in particular who [[spoiler:raped and murdered her twin sister]].
13th Dec '16 6:49:12 PM PaulA
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* SerialKillingsSpecificTarget: ''Regina's Song''
13th Dec '16 6:47:09 PM PaulA
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* PosthumousCharacter: The dead twin in ''Regina's Song''.
* RapeAndRevenge: In ''Regina's Song'', a girl is raped and murdered, [[spoiler:inspiring her identical twin to hunt down and messily murder sexual predators in her search for the man responsible]].
* ResetButton: ''The Dreamers'' series ends with a massive Reset Button, using time travel to negate the existence of the BigBad and thus negate absolutely everything that occurred in the previous novels.
* SerialKiller: ''Regina's Song'' has the Seattle Slasher, a killer who paralyzes sexual predators with a syringe of curare and then carves them to pieces with a linoleum knife. [[spoiler:She was a Mission/Revenge type, targeting sex offenders because one of them raped and murdered her twin sister, and ultimately seeking out and killing the specific rapist responsible for that act.]]
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