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23rd Nov '15 9:43:40 AM roxana
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-->'''Kitai:''' It is foolish, but we must endure this Aleran nonsense. It will make your father happy.
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-->'''Kitai:''' -->'''Kitai''' (to her infant son): It is foolish, but we must endure this Aleran nonsense. It will make your father happy.
9th Sep '15 10:28:47 AM starjammer05
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** The challenge from Book One when they were both kids included ''all three'' of those things, which they would subsequently claim as [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage.]]
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** The challenge from Book One when they were both kids included ''all three'' of those things, which they would subsequently claim as [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage.]]]] * Gaius Primus' reaction upon first meeting the Great Fury Alera: "Bother, I've gone mad."
12th Aug '15 4:26:18 PM MechWarrior
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--->'''Gaius''' I adjusted to the [[UnusualEuphemism demands of my station]], of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]
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--->'''Gaius''' --->'''Gaius''': I adjusted to the [[UnusualEuphemism demands of my station]], of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]
12th Aug '15 4:25:18 PM MechWarrior
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--> "''Legionares'' do not fear dinner. Dinner fears ''legionares''."
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--> "''Legionares'' "''Legionnaires'' do not fear dinner. Dinner fears ''legionares''.''legionnaires''."
12th Aug '15 4:24:47 PM MechWarrior
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* A meta-example would be how the series came to be in the first place. Butcher got involved with an internet argument on a writing forum. The argument was over whether craft or idea was more important to a good novel - basically whether or not a good writer could make a bad idea into a good novel. Butcher [[TheBet took that as a challenge]] and told the other poster to give him not one but ''two'' bad concepts, and he would write a novel with them. The poster responded with Lost Roman Legions and ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''. That's right, the Furies have their roots in the canon that spawned Pikachu. And he has indeed [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome made it work]].
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* A meta-example would be how the series came to be in the first place. Butcher got involved with an internet argument on a writing forum. The argument was over whether craft or idea was more important to a good novel - basically whether or not a good writer could make a bad idea into a good novel. Butcher [[TheBet took that as a challenge]] and told the other poster to give him not one but ''two'' bad concepts, and he would write a novel with them. The poster responded with Lost Roman Legions and ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}''. That's right, the Furies have their roots in the canon that spawned Pikachu. And he has indeed [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome [[SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome made it work]].

* Near the end, we read from Isana's POV as she leads the troops in a [[SayMyName saying Tavi's name]] CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and then switch to Tavi's POV where his reaction is simply exasperation that they're too busy chanting his name to hear him trying to tell them that the bad guy's getting away.
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* Near the end, we read from Isana's POV as she leads the troops in a [[SayMyName saying Tavi's name]] CrowningMomentOfAwesome, SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome, and then switch to Tavi's POV where his reaction is simply exasperation that they're too busy chanting his name to hear him trying to tell them that the bad guy's getting away.

* Tavi has just had a huge CrowningMomentofAwesome by [[spoiler: destroying Riva's nigh-impenetrable wall by bringing up and freezing giant plants around the gate, and then using a fireball to shatter it]]. What's his reaction upon seeing this work? "Crap, I didn't mean to THAT much damage. I'm gonna have to pay Riva a LOT to fix this mess."
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* Tavi has just had a huge CrowningMomentofAwesome SugarWiki/MomentofAwesome by [[spoiler: destroying Riva's nigh-impenetrable wall by bringing up and freezing giant plants around the gate, and then using a fireball to shatter it]]. What's his reaction upon seeing this work? "Crap, I didn't mean to THAT much damage. I'm gonna have to pay Riva a LOT to fix this mess."
16th Apr '15 9:52:06 PM DarkStarling
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**At one point, during a deadly serious and secret conversation about the Vord, [[FunnyBackgroundEvent Max is loudly cussing out his Taurga as a distraction.]] It wraps up with "[[BestialityIsDepraved And not even SHE]] [[InsultToRocks would do that with you]], no matter how much gold or how many burlap sacks were involved."
10th Feb '15 9:46:43 AM ReaderAt2046
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** Becomes a BrickJoke a few pages later when Tavi is talking with the two of them and makes an idle comment about "running his mouth". Both Isana and Kitai are rendered helpless with laughter for several minutes.
3rd Dec '14 1:52:06 AM theredlongitude
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--->'''Gaius''' I adjusted to the demands of my station, of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]
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--->'''Gaius''' I adjusted to the [[UnusualEuphemism demands of my station, station]], of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]
26th Jun '14 3:43:40 PM hujwernoo
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* Isana's first look at Amara. --> "This isn't anything to trifle with, or let Gram's stiff neck--" Isana frowned and leaned to look past her brother. Without changing expression, he moved a bit more to block her view with his body. Isana let out an impatient breath and shouldered her brother a bit to one side, looking past him.\\ "Bernard," she said, "Why is there a girl in your bed?"\\ Her brother coughed and flushed. "Isana, when you say it that way-"\\ She turned to blink up at him. "''Bernard''. Why is there a ''girl'' in your ''bed?''" * When Tavi and Fade wake up after being kidnapped by the Marat, Tavi tries to come up with a plan to get away. --> '''Fade:''' Trouble, Tavi. Trouble.\\ '''Tavi:''' I know. Don't worry, we'll find a way out of this.\\ ''(Fade stares expectantly)''\\ '''Tavi:'''...Well, not right this minute. You could at least try to help me come up with something, Fade.\\ '''Fade:'''....Marat eat Alerans.\\ '''Tavi:''' I know, I know. But if they were going to eat us, they wouldn't have given us blankets and a place to sleep. Right?\\ '''Fade:''' Maybe they like hot dinner. Raw dinner.\\ ''({{Beat}})''\\ '''Tavi:''' That's enough help, Fade. * Fidelias and Aldrick go to visit Atsurak, and fly over the troops of Marat ready for battle, a collection so large the campfires stretch for miles and miles in the night. --> '''Aldrick:''' Hungh. I'm not sure I can handle that many.\\ '''Fidelias:''' We'll make that the backup plan, then.

** Better is Tavi's reaction when he realizes just what Doroga is implying. As the Marat grins and walks away, Tavi freaks out and just yells, "Wait! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!"
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** Better is Tavi's reaction when he realizes just what Doroga is implying. As the Marat grins and walks away, Tavi freaks out and just yells, "Wait! WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIT!" "''What?'' Her mother ''what?'' Doroga, WAIT!"
22nd Jun '14 7:50:23 AM hujwernoo
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* In ''Furies of Calderon'', Amara asks Tavi why he went and collected flowers upon Beritte's request, knowing it would make it difficult to track down the sheep he was supposed to be looking for in time.
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[[AC: Furies Of Calderon]] * In ''Furies of Calderon'', Amara asks Tavi why he went and collected flowers upon Beritte's request, knowing it would make it difficult to track down the sheep he was supposed to be looking for in time.

* In book one, when [[spoiler: Doroga and his Marat come to stop the other Marat, and Tavi's riding on Walker behind him.]]
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* In book one, when When [[spoiler: Doroga and his Marat come to stop the other Marat, and Tavi's riding on Walker behind him.]]

* Maximus is a walking funny moment. This is possibly because his ChivalrousPervert ways (One word: twins) are more than slightly reminiscent of Thomas Raith (''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' by the same author), another wisecracking, longsuffering and HypercompetentSidekick to a main character who specialises in CrazyAwesome and IndyPloy. * Almost everything Doroga says, especially in the later books. For example, his very first lines in ''Academ's Fury'', in response to Kitai telling him to hurry up to reach the valley of the Wax Forest: -->"We must hurry, because the valley is running away from us. I see. Maybe we should have stayed downwind." ** Also, his teasing of Tavi as he realizes a few things are... ahem, developing between the young man and his [[{{Tsundere}} daughter]]. You practically read the anime-esque heart at the end of this sentence.
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* Maximus is a walking funny moment. This is possibly because his ChivalrousPervert ways (One word: twins) are more than slightly reminiscent of Thomas Raith (''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' by the same author), another wisecracking, longsuffering and HypercompetentSidekick to a main character who specialises in CrazyAwesome and IndyPloy. * Almost everything Doroga says, especially in the later books. For example, his very first lines in ''Academ's Fury'', in response to Kitai telling him to hurry up to reach the valley of the Wax Forest: -->"We must hurry, because the valley is running away from us. I see. Maybe we should have stayed downwind." ** Also, his Doroga's teasing of Tavi as he realizes a few things are... ahem, developing between the young man and his [[{{Tsundere}} daughter]]. You practically read the anime-esque heart at the end of this sentence.

** And when he finally meets [[spoiler:Gaius]] Aquitinus Attis: -->'''Attis:''' You must be headman Doroga. -->'''Doroga:''' Yes. You are the man whose people convinced Atsurak to lead thousands of my people to a bloody death. (...) I will have your promise not to do it again. * In ''Academ's Fury, Tavi has to take his exams while [[spoiler: under immense pressure to secretly save their country from falling into a bloody civil war.]]
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** And when he finally meets [[spoiler:Gaius]] Aquitinus Attis: -->'''Attis:''' You must be headman Doroga. -->'''Doroga:''' Yes. You [[AC: Academ's Fury]] * Maximus is a walking funny moment. This is possibly because his ChivalrousPervert ways (One word: twins) are more than slightly reminiscent of Thomas Raith (''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' by the man whose people convinced Atsurak to lead thousands of my people same author), another wisecracking, longsuffering and HypercompetentSidekick to a bloody death. (...) I will have your promise not to do it again. main character who specialises in CrazyAwesome and IndyPloy. * In Almost everything Doroga says, especially in the later books. For example, his very first lines in ''Academ's Fury, Fury'', in response to Kitai telling him to hurry up to reach the valley of the Wax Forest: -->"We must hurry, because the valley is running away from us. I see. Maybe we should have stayed downwind." * Tavi has to take his exams while [[spoiler: under immense pressure to secretly save their country from falling into a bloody civil war.]]

* In ''Academ's Fury'':
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* In ''Academ's Fury'':Doroga's anecdote about a severe case of foot-in-mouth:

* In the second book, when Max is [[spoiler:filling in for the First Lord]], he unexpectedly runs into Gaius's (ignored and only married for political reasons) wife, Caria, who is extremely angry at her husband for forgetting her even more than usual. [[spoiler:Max, still shapeshifted into Gaius Sextus, panics and then defuses the situation by making out with and hitting on her.]] ** And later we hear from the ''real'' Gaius Sextus that she appreciated it perhaps a bit too much for his liking when she comes into his bath, and Gaius has to, well, do something difficult for an eighty-year old man to manage. -->'''Gaius''' I adjusted to the demands of my station, of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]
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* In the second book, when ** Plus, shortly afterward, Max is [[spoiler:filling in for the First Lord]], he unexpectedly runs into Gaius's (ignored and only married for political reasons) wife, Caria, who is extremely angry at her husband for forgetting her even more than usual. [[spoiler:Max, still shapeshifted into Gaius Sextus, panics and then defuses the situation by making out with and hitting on her.]] ** *** And later we hear from the ''real'' Gaius Sextus that she appreciated it perhaps a bit too much for his liking when she comes into his bath, and Gaius has to, well, do something difficult for an eighty-year old man to manage. -->'''Gaius''' manage. --->'''Gaius''' I adjusted to the demands of my station, of course, but when you speak to Maximus, you might mention to him that in the future, should this situation arise again, he should seek some course ''other'' than [[spoiler: to fondle my wife]]

* Tavi and Max's discussion about breaking Tavi's leg in ''Cursor's Fury''. The scene just gets better when Marcus walks in on them, and Tavi blames the sleeping cart-horse for his broken leg.
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[[AC: Cursor's Fury]] * Tavi and Max's discussion about breaking Tavi's leg in ''Cursor's Fury''.leg. The scene just gets better when Marcus walks in on them, and Tavi blames the sleeping cart-horse for his broken leg.

* Tavi and Max's discussion about breaking Tavi's leg in ''Cursor's Fury''. The scene just gets better when Marcus walks in on them, and Tavi blames the sleeping cart-horse for his broken leg. [[AC: Captain's Fury]]

-->'''Ehren:''' The plan is insane. ''You'' [[CrazyAwesome are insane]]. ...I'll need some pants. * In ''Captain's Fury'', Isana seriously tells Tavi they need to talk ([[spoiler:about him being Gaius' grandson]]). Tavi assumes she's talking about the rumors that he's having orgies with the Marat women. ** Every time Isana and Kitai have a private talk is ''hilarious'' because of how frank the Marat is about her...relationship. Such as when Isana asks Kitai to talk about Tavi, and she launches into a whole spiel about her and Tavi's activities, including what he can do with his mouth, sending Isana stammering and trying desperately to get Kitai to stop talking.
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-->'''Ehren:''' The plan is insane. ''You'' [[CrazyAwesome are insane]]. ...insane]]....I'll need some pants. * In ''Captain's Fury'', Isana seriously tells Tavi they need to talk ([[spoiler:about him being Gaius' grandson]]). Tavi assumes she's talking about the rumors that he's having orgies with the Marat women. ** * Every time Isana and Kitai have a private talk is ''hilarious'' because of how frank the Marat is about her...relationship. Such as when Isana asks Kitai to talk about Tavi, and she launches into a whole spiel about her and Tavi's activities, including what he can do with his mouth, sending Isana stammering and trying desperately to get Kitai to stop talking.

* From ''Captain's Fury'', Ehren overhears Tavi say [[spoiler:Isana is the First Lady of Alera]], leading him to assume at first that [[spoiler:she's a glamored Caria]]. * From Captain's Fury comes this gem: -->'''Tavi:''' So... I want you gone, and you want to BE gone. Perhaps we can work something out? -->'''Nasaug:''' That would be possible in a [[OnlySaneMan rational world, perhaps,]] [[DeadPanSnarker but we are in Alera.]] * Near the end of ''Captain's Fury'', we read from Isana's POV as she leads the troops in a [[SayMyName saying Tavi's name]] CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and then switch to Tavi's POV where his reaction is simply exasperation that they're too busy chanting his name to hear him trying to tell them that the bad guy's getting away.
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* From ''Captain's Fury'', Ehren overhears Tavi say [[spoiler:Isana is the First Lady of Alera]], leading him to assume at first that [[spoiler:she's a glamored Caria]]. * From Captain's Fury Straight from the HumansAreInsane mindset comes this gem: -->'''Tavi:''' So... I want you gone, and you want to BE gone. Perhaps we can work something out? out? -->'''Nasaug:''' That would be possible in a [[OnlySaneMan rational world, perhaps,]] [[DeadPanSnarker [[DeadpanSnarker but we are in Alera.]] * Near the end of ''Captain's Fury'', end, we read from Isana's POV as she leads the troops in a [[SayMyName saying Tavi's name]] CrowningMomentOfAwesome, and then switch to Tavi's POV where his reaction is simply exasperation that they're too busy chanting his name to hear him trying to tell them that the bad guy's getting away.

* The beginning of ''Princeps' Fury'' features a rather hilarious sequence in which a couple of former members of Kalarus's army are traveling, along with a third who turns out to be Ehren. One of them is babbling incessantly while the other gets more and more annoyed... until eventually Ehren, who has apparently had enough, quietly comes up behind him and breaks a tree branch over his head. [[MoodWhiplash Too bad about what happens next]].
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[[AC: Princep's Fury]] * The beginning of ''Princeps' Fury'' features a rather hilarious sequence in which a couple of former members of Kalarus's army are traveling, along with a third who turns out to be Ehren. One of them is babbling incessantly while the other gets more and more annoyed... until eventually Ehren, who has apparently had enough, quietly comes up behind him and breaks a tree branch over his head. [[MoodWhiplash Too bad about what happens next]].

* Tavi serving food on the ''Slive'' after the storm in ''Princeps' Fury''.
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* Tavi serving food on the ''Slive'' after the storm in ''Princeps' Fury''.storm.

* A minor but hilarious scene in ''Princeps' Fury'' where Max shows the Shuarian Canim the power of watercrafting by healing their leader's leg wound. The Canim warriors are immediately and intensely interested, and when Max tells them he needs a healing tub, they almost ''instantly'' grab a barrel, fill it with water, and ''dump their leader inside'', all because they just want to see watercrafting at work.
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* A minor but hilarious scene in ''Princeps' Fury'' where Max shows the Shuarian Canim the power of watercrafting by healing their leader's leg wound. The Canim warriors are immediately and intensely interested, and when Max tells them he needs a healing tub, they almost ''instantly'' grab a barrel, fill it with water, and ''dump their leader inside'', all because they just want to see watercrafting at work.

* In ''Princep's Fury'', Max complains about the Canim cavalry mounts, which are bull-sized mules called taurga. -->"Legionares do not fear dinner. Dinner fears Legionares."
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* In ''Princep's Fury'', Max complains about the Canim cavalry mounts, which are bull-sized mules called taurga. -->"Legionares --> "''Legionares'' do not fear dinner. Dinner fears Legionares.''legionares''."

* In ''Princeps' Fury'', Lararl has the little party of ambassadors, including a Knight-level windcrafter WHO CAN FLY, imprisoned...by stranding them on a rooftop with no way down.
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* In ''Princeps' Fury'', Lararl has the little party of ambassadors, including a Knight-level windcrafter WHO CAN FLY, imprisoned...by stranding them on a rooftop with no way down.

* In ''Princeps' Fury'', Lararl has the little party of ambassadors, including a Knight-level windcrafter WHO CAN FLY, imprisoned...by stranding them on a rooftop with no way down. [[AC: First Lord's Fury]]

--> '''Varg:''' It will be as you say in your house, young Master. <''to Tavi, in Canish''> Does the pup remind you of anyone, Tavar? -->'''Tavi:''' <''in Canish''> As I recall, I had a knife to your throat at the time.
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--> '''Varg:''' It will be as you say in your house, young Master. <''to ''(to Tavi, in Canish''> Canish)'' Does the pup remind you of anyone, Tavar? -->'''Tavi:''' <''in Canish''> ''(in Canish)'' As I recall, I had a knife to your throat at the time.

** And
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** And And:

-->'''Varg's ears:''' <''quiver, quiver''> * Book six, ''First Lord's Fury,'' has a little gem within an otherwise serious chapter. During the briefing for the final defense at Calderon Valley, Senator Valerius continually complains about the fact that Bernard built all kinds of fortifications without telling anyone, and wonders out loud where the money came from. Despite High Lord Antillus' objections, he continues to question Bernard and Amara's integrity and reliability- until High Lord Placida simply picks him up and hurls him bodily from the tent.
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-->'''Varg's ears:''' <''quiver, quiver''> ''(quiver, quiver)'' * Book six, ''First Lord's Fury,'' has We get a little gem within an otherwise serious chapter. During the briefing for the final defense at Calderon Valley, Senator Valerius continually complains about the fact that Bernard built all kinds of fortifications without telling anyone, and wonders out loud where the money came from. Despite High Lord Antillus' objections, he continues to question Bernard and Amara's integrity and reliability- until High Lord Placida simply picks him up and hurls him bodily from the tent.

* ''First Lord's Fury'': Canim giving legionares piggyback rides. Very effective for speedy transportation, but not a popular idea. A slightly loopy-from-exhaustion [[spoiler:Fidelias]] had this to say:
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* ''First Lord's Fury'': Canim giving legionares piggyback rides. Very effective for speedy transportation, but not a popular idea. A slightly loopy-from-exhaustion [[spoiler:Fidelias]] had this to say:

* From the same book, Max throwing a belligerent Cane through a building, while Marcus muses that Max must have been learning diplomacy from Tavi: he threw the Cane through a ''wooden'' building instead of a ''stone'' one. * In ''First Lord's Fury'', the Vord Queen uses Watercrafting to send a message to everyone in Alera. This means that a life size replica of her appears wherever there is enough water. How does Varg disrupt it? He scoops up some of the water with a helmet, drinks it, and then shouts;
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* From the same book, Max throwing a belligerent Cane through a building, while Marcus muses that Max must have been learning diplomacy from Tavi: he threw the Cane through a ''wooden'' building instead of a ''stone'' one. * In ''First Lord's Fury'', the The Vord Queen uses Watercrafting watercrafting to send a message to everyone in Alera. This means that a life size replica of her appears wherever there is enough water. How does Varg disrupt it? He scoops up some of the water with a helmet, drinks it, and then shouts;

* First Lord's Fury, Lord Gram's reaction to seeing the Vord Bulks for the first time. As the other High Lords and assembled Citizens discuss what to do about them, Gram's only lines for about three solid pages are a repeated, "Bloody crows," occasionally mixed with, "''Blighted'' bloody crows." * The absolutely hilarious conversation between the various high lords and ladies at Calderon in ''First Lords Fury''. For example:
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* First Lord's Fury, Lord Gram's reaction to seeing the Vord Bulks for the first time. As the other High Lords and assembled Citizens discuss what to do about them, Gram's only lines for about three solid pages are a repeated, "Bloody crows," occasionally mixed with, "''Blighted'' bloody crows." * The absolutely hilarious conversation between the various high lords and ladies at Calderon in ''First Lords Fury''.Calderon. For example:

* In ''First Lord's Fury'', Tavi gives a stream of orders to Schultz, Max, and Crassus. None of them have all the information Tavi has, and since Tavi finds being mysterious [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles like heroin for commanders]], he doesn't give it to them, so the orders don't make much sense anyone but him. The reactions:
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** And when he finally meets [[spoiler:Gaius]] Aquitinus Attis: -->'''Attis:''' You must be headman Doroga. -->'''Doroga:''' Yes. You are the man whose people convinced Atsurak to lead thousands of my people to a bloody death. (...) I will have your promise not to do it again. * In ''First Lord's Fury'', Tavi gives a stream of orders to Schultz, Max, and Crassus. None of them have all the information Tavi has, and since Tavi finds being mysterious [[Literature/TheDresdenFiles like heroin for commanders]], he doesn't give it to them, so the orders don't make much sense anyone but him. The reactions:

* Also in ''First Lord's Fury'', there's something hilarious about how the narration specifies that Marcus orders the Knights Aeris to, "Keep those bloody bug men off my roof!" It makes perfect sense in context--and it's a serious, deadly context--but the wording and implied tone just makes him seem more annoyed than worried he's going to get torn limb from limb. * Again in ''First Lord's Fury'', Tavi has just had a huge CrowningMomentofAwesome by destroying Riva's nigh-impenetrable wall by bringing up and freezing giant plants around the gate, and then using a fireball to destroy it. What's his reaction upon seeing this work? "Crap, I didn't mean to THAT much damage. I'm gonna have to pay Riva a LOT to fix this mess." * Tavi notes that [[spoiler:the Icemen]] owning the Wall will make them "considerably less likely to attempt to demolish it on a weekly basis".
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* Also in ''First Lord's Fury'', there's There's something hilarious about how the narration specifies that Marcus orders the Knights Aeris to, "Keep those bloody bug men off my roof!" It makes perfect sense in context--and it's a serious, deadly context--but the wording and implied tone just makes him seem more annoyed than worried he's going to get torn limb from limb. * Again in ''First Lord's Fury'', Tavi has just had a huge CrowningMomentofAwesome by [[spoiler: destroying Riva's nigh-impenetrable wall by bringing up and freezing giant plants around the gate, and then using a fireball to destroy it.shatter it]]. What's his reaction upon seeing this work? "Crap, I didn't mean to THAT much damage. I'm gonna have to pay Riva a LOT to fix this mess." * Tavi notes that [[spoiler:the Icemen]] Icemen owning the Wall Wall]] will make them "considerably less likely to attempt to demolish it on a weekly basis".

* In ''First Lord's Fury'':
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* In ''First Lord's Fury'':After the battle:

* Tavi and Kitai getting married Aleran Style. More precisely, Kitai's reaction.
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* Tavi and Kitai [[spoiler: getting married Aleran Style.style]]. More precisely, Kitai's reaction.

-->'''Tavi:''' That's... the wedding ceremony. I mean... granted there's no swordplay or arson or rock climbing, but what were you expecting? ** Their Marat-style wedding included ''all three'' of those things ... and so did the challenge from Book One when they were both kids, which they would subsequently claim as an AccidentalMarriage.
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-->'''Tavi:''' That's... [[spoiler: the wedding ceremony.ceremony]]. I mean... granted there's no swordplay or arson or rock climbing, but what were you expecting? ** Their Marat-style wedding included ''all three'' of those things ... and so did the The challenge from Book One when they were both kids, kids included ''all three'' of those things, which they would subsequently claim as [[spoiler: an AccidentalMarriage.]]
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