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14th Sep '15 8:13:30 AM MrDeath
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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power ''will'', eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. Remember what Maeve was like? That's what Molly's going to become.

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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power ''will'', eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. Remember what Maeve was like? That's what Molly's going to become.
12th Sep '15 10:14:14 PM Observance
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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power ''will'', eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. The last Winter Lady was a ruthless manipulative sadist vamp even before contracting Nemesis. Now consider what that means for Molly.

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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power ''will'', eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. The last Winter Lady was a ruthless manipulative sadist vamp even before contracting Nemesis. Now consider Remember what that means for Molly.
Maeve was like? That's what Molly's going to become.
12th Sep '15 10:07:45 PM Observance
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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power *will*, eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. The last Winter Lady was a ruthless manipulative sadist vamp even before contracting Nemesis. Now consider what that means for Molly.

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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power *will*, ''will'', eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. The last Winter Lady was a ruthless manipulative sadist vamp even before contracting Nemesis. Now consider what that means for Molly.
12th Sep '15 10:07:22 PM Observance
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* Everybody who assumes a mantle of power *will*, eventually, become indistinguishable in personality to its previous bearers as it forces certain urges and compulsions upon them. After a few decades, Lily might as well be Aurora in a different body. The last Winter Lady was a ruthless manipulative sadist vamp even before contracting Nemesis. Now consider what that means for Molly.
5th Jul '15 10:24:11 AM Discar
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* Sarissa comes from an old Hebrew word, which is the same word that Sarah derives from (and in fact, Harry accidentally calls Sarissa Sarah when he's trying to remember her name.) The brilliance? The same word is also the Hebrew word for [[spoiler:"princess." As in, "Daughter of a queen."]]
** It's also a weapon (a type of spear).

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* Sarissa comes from an old Hebrew word, which is the same word that Sarah derives from (and in fact, Harry accidentally calls Sarissa Sarah when he's trying to remember her name.) The brilliance? The same word is also the Hebrew word for [[spoiler:"princess." As in, "Daughter of a queen."]]
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"]] It's also a weapon (a type of spear).
5th Jul '15 1:57:54 AM bnflugty
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** It's also a weapon (a type of spear).
21st May '15 10:28:01 PM Argon2
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* [[spoiler: NiceGirl Lily]] attempting to kill Harry is already NightmareFuel but also raises some horrific implications. [[spoiler: First, she blames Harry for her current situation, saying that by killing Aurora making her Summer Lady, he stole her chance for a normal life, which makes one wonder if she only came to this conclusion recently when Meave was manipulating her or was this resentment something she ''always'' had towards Harry, starting from the end of Summer Knight. Then there's Lily summoning a mountain to charboil Harry ''while he's holding Fix's body'' meaning Lily was so fixated on revenge that she didnt care about ''burning her best friend alive or desecrating his body.'' Finally, there's Fix and Lily's reactions afterwards once she cools down when its revealed he's alive and ok. Fix tells her to clam down and do her usual meditions, and doesnt seem scared, shocked or horrified at his friend's behavior and near murder of him, implying that this isnt the ''first'' time Lily's gone on a rampage like this and given Titania's earlier rage against Harry such tantrums may be ''normal.'' Meanwhile, Lily finds out she almost killed her friend but rather than sit down and digest it or show remorse, she '' immediately goes back to breaking the island's seal'' showing where her priorities lie.]]

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* [[spoiler: NiceGirl Lily]] attempting to kill Harry is already NightmareFuel but also raises some horrific implications. [[spoiler: First, she blames Harry for her current situation, saying that by killing Aurora making her Summer Lady, he stole her chance for a normal life, which makes one wonder if she only came to this conclusion recently when Meave was manipulating her or was this resentment something she ''always'' had towards Harry, starting from the end of Summer Knight. Then there's Lily summoning a mountain to charboil charbroil Harry ''while he's holding Fix's body'' meaning Lily was so fixated on revenge that she didnt care about ''burning her best friend alive or desecrating his body.corpse.'' Finally, there's Fix and Lily's reactions afterwards once she cools down when its revealed he's alive and ok. Fix tells her to clam calm down and do her usual meditions, meditations, and doesnt doesn't seem scared, shocked or horrified at his friend's behavior and near murder of him, implying that this isnt isn't the ''first'' time Lily's gone on a rampage like this and given Titania's earlier rage against Harry such tantrums may be ''normal.'' Meanwhile, Lily finds out she almost killed her friend but rather than sit down and digest it or show remorse, she '' immediately ''immediately goes back to breaking the island's seal'' showing where her priorities lie.]]
* Molly submits to the Winter Knight's urges, which is made even more disturbing by her past captivity in Arctis Tor. She ''knows'' how brutal Winter can be, and serves it anyway.
21st May '15 12:32:06 PM Hard2break
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* [[spoiler: NiceGirl Lily]] attempting to kill Harry is already NightmareFuel but also raises some horrific implications. [[spoiler: First, she blames Harry for her current situation, saying that by killing Aurora making her Summer Lady, he stole her chance for a normal life, which makes one wonder if she only came to this conclusion recently when Meave was manipulating her or was this resentment something she ''always'' had towards Harry, starting from the end of Summer Knight. Then there's Lily summoning a mountain to charboil Harry ''while he's holding Fix's body'' meaning Lily was so fixated on revenge that she didnt care about ''burning her best friend alive or desecrating his body.'' Finally, there's Fix and Lily's reactions afterwards once she cools down when its revealed he's alive and ok. Fix tells her to clam down and do her usual meditions, and doesnt seem scared, shocked or horrified at his friend's behavior and near murder of him, implying that this isnt the ''first'' time Lily's gone on a rampage like this and given Titania's earlier rage against Harry such tantrums may be ''normal.'' Meanwhile, Lily finds out she almost killed her friend but rather than sit down and digest it or show remorse, she '' immediately goes back to breaking the island's seal'' showing where her priorities lie.]]
1st May '15 6:07:01 AM SharleeD
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* Alternatively, remember how "all of Winter" was after Harry in ''Proven Guilty''? Now consider that most of those faeries were supposed to be guarding [[spoiler: the Outer Gates]]. Also remember that this was at least partly Maeve's idea - and she was already saying that Mab was insane and [[spoiler:therefore must have already been infected by Nemesis]]. And then Michael mentions there were Outsiders involved in the Red Court attack on the Warden training camp. It looks like the entire thing - Molly's kidnapping, the rescue mission, everything - [[spoiler:was a diversion orchestrated by Maeve to get Outsiders into reality.]] NiceJobBreakingItHero.

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* Alternatively, remember how "all of Winter" was after Harry in ''Proven Guilty''? Now consider that most of those faeries were supposed to be guarding [[spoiler: the Outer Gates]]. Also remember that this was at least partly Maeve's idea - and she was already saying that Mab was insane and [[spoiler:therefore must have already been infected by Nemesis]]. And then Michael mentions there were Outsiders involved in the Red Court attack on the Warden training camp. It looks like the entire thing - Molly's kidnapping, the rescue mission, everything - [[spoiler:was a diversion orchestrated by Maeve to get Outsiders into reality.]] NiceJobBreakingItHero. [[spoiler: Although it ''was'' Lea's Nemesis-infected side that said "all of Winter" was coming - that "crazy gleam" in her eyes was a hint to that effect - so she may have been lying about that.]]
20th Apr '15 10:41:26 AM SharleeD
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* The revelation that [[spoiler: Odin is also Santa]] makes Vaderrung's all-steel office decor more significant. [[spoiler: In his Santa aspect, he'd susceptible to the obligations of a faerie, albeit a very powerful one. An all-steel environment that's baneful to the fey may help him to keep his Norse-deity-turned-CEO aspect fully compartmentalized from his faerie aspect, as well as limiting the Queens' ability to snoop at what he's doing in his office.]]

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* The revelation that [[spoiler: Odin is also Santa]] makes Vaderrung's all-steel office decor more significant. [[spoiler: In his Santa aspect, he'd he's presumably susceptible to the limits and obligations of a faerie, albeit a very powerful one. An all-steel environment that's baneful to the fey may help him to keep his Norse-deity-turned-CEO aspect fully compartmentalized from his faerie aspect, freeing him to act outside Winter Law or Wyldfae custom, as well as limiting the Queens' ability to snoop at what he's doing in his office.]]
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