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3rd Nov '15 6:04:08 PM eroock
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3rd Nov '15 6:03:15 PM eroock
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3rd Nov '15 6:02:32 PM eroock
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7th Sep '15 3:05:18 PM nitrokitty
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* {{Butlerspace}}: This trope is part of a RunningGag. Princess Seness' personal assistant Eirote has a penchant to stay out of frame until the moment Seness [[FirstNameUltimatum yells for her]], at which point she materializes behind her seemingly out of thin air with a calm "Yes?" and a polite smile.
30th May '15 1:48:02 AM acrobox
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* EliteFour: Cz, Steyr, Socom, and Galil, who make up the Peacemakers, a group of four incredibly powerful entities tasked with periodically wiping out the majority of the human race, in order to prevent humanity from developing past a medieval era. They are very good at what they do.
12th May '15 5:04:29 PM MiinU
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-->'''Shanon: (pissed)''' "I don't give a DAMN about a world that has no place for my little sister in it!!"

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-->'''Shanon: (pissed)''' "I don't "How can I give a DAMN about a world that has no place for my little sister in it!!"it?!"



*** [[spoiler: Possibly being a genetic near-clone of the human savant placed in charge of the Peacemakers is another possibility; could be she registers as "in charge" to them.]]

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*** [[spoiler: Possibly explained by her being a near genetic near-clone copy of the human savant placed in charge of the Peacemakers is another possibility; could be Peacemakers. So she registers may register as being "in charge" to them.]]
12th May '15 4:18:25 PM MiinU
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* PunnyName: See the StealthInsult entry.

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* PunnyName: *PunnyName: See the StealthInsult entry.



* SadlyMythtaken: It seems that after five millenia, the people of "Dustvin" have either forgotten what ''really happened'' during the Genesis War, or they've been LockedOutOfTheLoop. Either way, they need to get their facts straight. Which is why Natalie, Zeferis, and eventually, Mauser [[spoiler: herself]] finally explain it (note: '''MAJOR SPOILER ALERT''', which is why the details are found in Mauser and Browning's section of the character sheet, rather than here).

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* SadlyMythtaken: *SadlyMythtaken: It seems that after five millenia, the people of "Dustvin" have either forgotten what ''really happened'' during the Genesis War, or they've been LockedOutOfTheLoop. Either way, they need to get their facts straight. Which is why Natalie, Zeferis, and eventually, Mauser [[spoiler: herself]] finally explain it (note: '''MAJOR SPOILER ALERT''', which is why the details are found in Mauser and Browning's section of the character sheet, rather than here).



* StealthInsult: Their world[[note]]which is a large floating continent that's separated by an inland sea and rivers. Unbeknownst to them, it sits above the rest of the planet, until Ceilia 'unseals' it during the final episode, by restoring it to its proper place[[/note]] is called "Dustvin" which, according to Eriote, was a term [[spoiler: their alien overseers]] used for a place to store refuse. Meaning, in all likelihood, the original term was "dust ''bin''".

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* StealthInsult: *StealthInsult: Their world[[note]]which is a large floating continent that's separated by an inland sea and rivers. Unbeknownst to them, it sits above the rest of the planet, until Ceilia 'unseals' it during the final episode, by restoring it to its proper place[[/note]] world is called "Dustvin" which, according to Eriote, was a term [[spoiler: their alien overseers]] used for a place to store refuse. Meaning, in all likelihood, the original term was "dust ''bin''".
12th May '15 4:14:30 PM MiinU
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* PunnyName: See the StealthInsult entry.

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* PunnyName: *PunnyName: See the StealthInsult entry.



* SadlyMythtaken: It seems that after five millenia, the people of "Dustvin" have either forgotten what ''really happened'' during the Genesis War, or they've been LockedOutOfTheLoop. Either way, they need to get their facts straight. Which is why Natalie, Zeferis, and eventually, Mauser [[spoiler: herself]] finally explain it (note: '''MAJOR SPOILER ALERT''' which is why the details are found in Mauser and Browning's section of the character sheet, rather than here).

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* SadlyMythtaken: *SadlyMythtaken: It seems that after five millenia, the people of "Dustvin" have either forgotten what ''really happened'' during the Genesis War, or they've been LockedOutOfTheLoop. Either way, they need to get their facts straight. Which is why Natalie, Zeferis, and eventually, Mauser [[spoiler: herself]] finally explain it (note: '''MAJOR SPOILER ALERT''' ALERT''', which is why the details are found in Mauser and Browning's section of the character sheet, rather than here).



* ShelteredAristocrat: Prince Forsythe.



* SorryIFellOnYourFist: Pacifica does this constantly.



* StealthInsult: Their world[[note]]which consists of one large continent, until Ceilia 'unseals' it[[/note]] is called "Dustvin" which, according to Eriote, was a term [[spoiler: their alien overseers]] used for a place to store refuse. Meaning, in all likelihood, the original term was "dust ''bin''".

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* StealthInsult: *StealthInsult: Their world[[note]]which consists of one is a large continent, floating continent that's separated by an inland sea and rivers. Unbeknownst to them, it sits above the rest of the planet, until Ceilia 'unseals' it[[/note]] it during the final episode, by restoring it to its proper place[[/note]] is called "Dustvin" which, according to Eriote, was a term [[spoiler: their alien overseers]] used for a place to store refuse. Meaning, in all likelihood, the original term was "dust ''bin''".
12th May '15 4:05:08 PM MiinU
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*PunnyName: See the StealthInsult entry.


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*SadlyMythtaken: It seems that after five millenia, the people of "Dustvin" have either forgotten what ''really happened'' during the Genesis War, or they've been LockedOutOfTheLoop. Either way, they need to get their facts straight. Which is why Natalie, Zeferis, and eventually, Mauser [[spoiler: herself]] finally explain it (note: '''MAJOR SPOILER ALERT''' which is why the details are found in Mauser and Browning's section of the character sheet, rather than here).


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*StealthInsult: Their world[[note]]which consists of one large continent, until Ceilia 'unseals' it[[/note]] is called "Dustvin" which, according to Eriote, was a term [[spoiler: their alien overseers]] used for a place to store refuse. Meaning, in all likelihood, the original term was "dust ''bin''".
10th May '15 10:36:09 PM Patachou
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* BigWhy: Raquel has [[TearJerker a heartbreaking one]], near the end, when [[spoiler: Pacifica dies, despite her attempts to save her.]] It's preceded by a LittleNo, before she breaks down and screams at the heavens.
-->'''Raquel: (tearfully, while cradling [[spoiler: Pacifica's]] lifeless body)''' "[[LittleNo No...]] why? WHHHYYYYYYYYY??!?"
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