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3rd Jun '17 3:46:00 PM Mantyf
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** The exact relationship of Nemesis and the Outsiders is still unclear, so time with tell, but it's possible that it wasn't really powerful, it was just the Outsider's influence in making it that made it able to spot them.
** Also, that means that the junkie knew about one of them well before Harry did, and the other well after, once again reminding that those aren't just pretty titles but fitting descriptions of them.
9th Sep '16 8:08:05 AM starjammer05
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** Consider also that [[spoiler: Titania, already angry over losing her daughter and having Lily thrust upon her in her place, could very easily have wound up with Harry Dresden's apprentice as hew new surrogate daugther and chew-toy.]] Molly might have gotten off lucky.
26th May '16 9:23:56 PM SCMof2814
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* With the revelation that Demonreach is spoiler:meant to act as a prison, it granting Harry Intellectus within its confines suddenly becomes clearer and not just a convenient power boost. Harry is THE Warden. And what's a good way to prevent prisonbreaks and escapes? A handydandy ''SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM''. After all, the reason prisons used to have guards/wardens was to watch the prisoners and the environs to make sure no one was trying to tunnel in or out. Since Demonreach is a prison run by one man (Alfred doesn't count, he's technically the interface to the prison's OS), the man must be able to keep watch over everything those now-removed guards would have been watching for. That's what the Island's Intellectus enables. It's a panopticon.

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* With the revelation that Demonreach is spoiler:meant meant to act as a prison, it granting Harry Intellectus within its confines suddenly becomes clearer and not just a convenient power boost. Harry is THE Warden. And what's a good way to prevent prisonbreaks and escapes? A handydandy ''SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM''. After all, the reason prisons used to have guards/wardens was to watch the prisoners and the environs to make sure no one was trying to tunnel in or out. Since Demonreach is a prison run by one man (Alfred doesn't count, he's technically the interface to the prison's OS), the man must be able to keep watch over everything those now-removed guards would have been watching for. That's what the Island's Intellectus enables. It's a panopticon.
26th May '16 9:23:23 PM SCMof2814
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* With the revelation that Demonreach is spoiler:meant to act as a prison, it granting Harry Intellectus within its confines suddenly becomes clearer and not just a convenient power boost. Harry is THE Warden. And what's a good way to prevent prisonbreaks and escapes? A handydandy ''SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM''. After all, the reason prisons used to have guards/wardens was to watch the prisoners and the environs to make sure no one was trying to tunnel in or out. Since Demonreach is a prison run by one man (Alfred doesn't count, he's technically the interface to the prison's OS), the man must be able to keep watch over everything those now-removed guards would have been watching for. That's what the Island's Intellectus enables. It's a panopticon.
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."]]
**
"]] 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).
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