History Discworld / ThiefOfTime

23rd Apr '16 11:44:55 PM aye_amber
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** Death's soliloquy on Space being dark, deep, cold and lonely: directly quoted from ''{{Hawkwind}}'s ''Space Is Dark'', written by Creator/MichaelMoorcock.

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** Death's soliloquy on Space being dark, deep, cold and lonely: directly quoted from ''{{Hawkwind}}'s ''Music/{{Hawkwind}}'s ''Space Is Dark'', is Dark,'' written by Creator/MichaelMoorcock.
19th Nov '15 11:27:45 AM FF32
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** Alternatively, another J.C. who is described as a ''chrononaut on the seas of Time'' is Creator/MichaelMoorcock's JerryCornelius. And Moorcock's novel ''The Final Countdown'' sets Jerry Cornelius against an Auditor-like nemesis called ''Miss Brunner'' (cf "Miss Brown") who also uses him to help build a machine that brings Time and therefore history to a dead stop.

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** Alternatively, another J.C. who is described as a ''chrononaut on the seas of Time'' is Creator/MichaelMoorcock's JerryCornelius.[[Literature/TheCorneliusChronicles Jerry Cornelius]]. And Moorcock's novel ''The Final Countdown'' sets Jerry Cornelius against an Auditor-like nemesis called ''Miss Brunner'' (cf "Miss Brown") who also uses him to help build a machine that brings Time and therefore history to a dead stop.
11th Nov '15 12:53:05 PM Schismatism
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-->'''Death:''' [[spoiler:While it is true we have to ride out, it doesn't say anywhere against ''whom''.]]

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-->'''Death:''' [[spoiler:While [[spoiler:[[AC:While it is true we have to ride out, it doesn't say anywhere against ''whom''.]] ]]
10th Nov '15 4:43:32 PM giygasattack
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* AlmightyJanitor. Lu-Tze, and ''how''.

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* AlmightyJanitor. Lu-Tze, and ''how''.Lu-Tze in his disguise as a mere sweeper.
7th Oct '15 10:43:26 AM LBHills
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* TimePolice: The History Monks.

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* TimePolice: The Deconstructed by the History Monks.Monks. Before the Crash they were a straightforward example, but since the disaster (if the word 'since' is applicable) they've gone from "make sure tomorrow turns out the way it's supposed to" to a desperate "make sure tomorrow happens at all".
19th Sep '15 10:39:09 AM Sharlee
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** This isn't the first time a Discworld character has crafted the masterpiece he'd dreamed of using notes scribbled all over his bedclothes: when filming ''Blown Away'' in ''Discworld/MovingPictures'', Dibbler had Detritus carry his whole bed around so he could consult the script.
12th Sep '15 11:20:10 AM Sharlee
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** The repeated uses of ''Tick'' to mark narrative shifts between scenes is eventually proven to have a purpose when the Glass Clock stops time and a ''Ti-'' appears.
12th Sep '15 11:17:13 AM Sharlee
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The embodied Auditors shouldn't really have felt the need to breathe, if they were using their powers to exchange gases between their artificial bodies and the outside atmosphere: it's the buildup of carbon dioxide that ''makes'' the brain's respiratory centers trigger each breath.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The embodied Auditors shouldn't really have felt the need to breathe, if they were using their powers to exchange gases between their artificial new bodies and the outside atmosphere: surrounding air: it's the buildup of carbon dioxide in body fluids that ''makes'' the brain's respiratory centers trigger each breath.
12th Sep '15 11:16:22 AM Sharlee
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The embodied Auditors shouldn't really have felt the need to breathe, if they were using their powers to exchange gases between their artificial bodies and the outside atmosphere: it's the buildup of carbon dioxide that ''makes'' the brain's respiratory centers trigger each breath. Possibly it wasn't a physiological urge to breathe at all, but a psychological curiosity they were in denial about.

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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The embodied Auditors shouldn't really have felt the need to breathe, if they were using their powers to exchange gases between their artificial bodies and the outside atmosphere: it's the buildup of carbon dioxide that ''makes'' the brain's respiratory centers trigger each breath. Possibly it wasn't a physiological urge to breathe at all, but a psychological curiosity they were in denial about.
12th Sep '15 11:15:44 AM Sharlee
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* ArtisticLicenseBiology: The embodied Auditors shouldn't really have felt the need to breathe, if they were using their powers to exchange gases between their artificial bodies and the outside atmosphere: it's the buildup of carbon dioxide that ''makes'' the brain's respiratory centers trigger each breath. Possibly it wasn't a physiological urge to breathe at all, but a psychological curiosity they were in denial about.
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