History Literature / AliceGirlFromTheFuture

2nd Dec '17 12:09:47 AM DilanduAlbato
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* WeHaveReserves: played straight in the finale of "Gai-Do", when the native inhabitaints of 5-4 planet pinned the alien dictator (who enslaved, betrayed and murdered a lot of their kind) against the lethal geyzer lake. The dictator, armed with blaster, killed hundreds of natives, but they keep coming. And then he run out of ammo.
26th Nov '17 3:24:03 AM DilanduAlbato
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!Books in the series:

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!Books in the series:series (in publication order; internal chronology are different and quite oftenly inconsistent):


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* ''Captives of asteroid'' (1981)


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* ''Fairy Tales Preserve'' (1985)
* ''The Goat named Ivan Ivanovich'' (1985)


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* ''The Subterrine Boat'' (1989)
* ''The War Against Lilliputeans'' (1992)
* ''Alisa and the Crusaders'' (1993)
* ''The Golden Bear Cub'' (1993)
* ''The Kindness Ray'' (1994)
* ''The Dinosaurus Kids'' (1995)
* ''Alisa the Detective'' (1996)
* ''Guest in a Jar'' (1996)
* ''Ghosts Don't Exist'' (1996)
* ''Dangerous Fairy Tales'' (1997)
* ''A Planet for Tyrants'' (1997)
* ''Secret of the Black Stone'' (1999)
* ''Alisa and a Monster'' (1999)
* ''The Star Dog'' (2000)
* ''Twilightsons the Vampire'' (2001)
* ''Sapphire Crown'' (2001)
* ''Alisa and Alisia'' (2003)
26th Nov '17 1:06:38 AM DilanduAlbato
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* BiggerAreBetter: Basically averted in "Million of Adventures"; one of protagonist flatly stated, that space pirates invasion on the planet of Brastak - whose inhabitants are kitten-sized - would fail mizerably if not for a bunch of collaboratos and traitors. After all, it is pretty hard for human-sized space pirates to fight urban warfare, if they barely could move in enemy city and could not enter most of the buildings, tunnels & shelters...

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* BiggerAreBetter: BiggerIsBetter: Basically averted in "Million of Adventures"; one of protagonist flatly stated, that space pirates invasion on the planet of Brastak - whose inhabitants are kitten-sized - would fail mizerably if not for a bunch of collaboratos and traitors. After all, it is pretty hard for human-sized space pirates to fight urban warfare, if they barely could move in enemy city and could not enter most of the buildings, tunnels & shelters...
26th Nov '17 1:06:13 AM DilanduAlbato
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* AttackOfThe50-FootWhatever: Space pirates invasion on planet Brastak; which inhabitants generally are the same size (and roughly the same size as Earth house kitten.

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* AttackOfThe50-FootWhatever: AttackOfThe50FootWhatever: Space pirates invasion on planet Brastak; which inhabitants generally are the same size (and roughly the same size as Earth house kitten.
26th Nov '17 12:52:38 AM DilanduAlbato
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* AttackOfThe50-FootWhatever: Space pirates invasion on planet Brastak; which inhabitants generally are the same size (and roughly the same size as Earth house kitten.


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* BiggerAreBetter: Basically averted in "Million of Adventures"; one of protagonist flatly stated, that space pirates invasion on the planet of Brastak - whose inhabitants are kitten-sized - would fail mizerably if not for a bunch of collaboratos and traitors. After all, it is pretty hard for human-sized space pirates to fight urban warfare, if they barely could move in enemy city and could not enter most of the buildings, tunnels & shelters...


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* LilliputianWarriors: quite a lot in ''The War Against Lilliputian'' (albeit all miget-sized in this book are actually normal human, shrunk to sentimeter-size by technological or other means).
23rd Sep '17 9:36:01 AM Omeganian
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* HappinessIsMandatory: Usurper Zovastr's reign.



* KillAndReplace: One of the books features an adopted son of an emperor who learned he won't inherit the crown. He assassinated him, and forced a law that everyone is to wear [[CrapsaccharineWorld smiling]] masks.

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* KillAndReplace: One of the books features an adopted son of an emperor who learned he won't inherit the crown. He assassinated him, and forced a law that everyone is to wear [[CrapsaccharineWorld [[HappinessIsMandatory smiling]] masks.
22nd Aug '17 11:38:06 AM GrammarNavi
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It is the end of the 21st century and the SovietUnion has gone on to encompass the globe. There is no disease (except the flu) no shortage of anything, and no private property. SovietSuperscience has gone on unopposed to give us [[FasterThanLightTravel faster than light spaceships]], {{timetravel}}, and all manner of other wonders. However this new society faces many external problems, having to deal with "less developed" planets, SpacePirates, and aliens.

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It is the end of the 21st century and the SovietUnion [[UsefulNotes/SovietRussiaUkraineAndSoOn Soviet Union]] has gone on to encompass the globe. There is no disease (except the flu) no shortage of anything, and no private property. SovietSuperscience has gone on unopposed to give us [[FasterThanLightTravel faster than light spaceships]], {{timetravel}}, and all manner of other wonders. However this new society faces many external problems, having to deal with "less developed" planets, SpacePirates, and aliens.
14th Jul '17 12:06:47 PM Ajoura
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* LoopholeAbuse: One of the main plot points of ''The Planet for Tyrants'' features a former tyrants that was kicked out from his planet, and, as a general rule, he was allowed to take one thing he wished the most. So he took a famous and treasured children's railway from his planet, hoping one day he'll be summoned back and will bring the railway with him as a gift. The other tyrant managed to smuggle a mermaid as his slave the same way.

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* LoopholeAbuse: One of the main plot points of ''The Planet for Tyrants'' features a former tyrants tyrant that was kicked out from his planet, and, as a general rule, he was allowed to take one thing he wished the most. So he took a famous and treasured children's railway from his planet, hoping one day he'll be summoned back and will bring the railway with him as a gift. The other tyrant managed to smuggle a mermaid as his slave the same way.
14th Jul '17 12:05:26 PM Ajoura
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** It is later revealed that he shape-shifts not by his will, but with the help of some special [[FantasticDrug shape-shifting pills]], which Alice and Co. tried on themselves on some occasions.
14th Jul '17 12:03:47 PM Ajoura
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* LoopholeAbuse: One of the main plot points of ''The Planet for Tyrants'' features a former tyrants that was kicked out from his planets, and, as a general rule, he was allowed to take one thing he wished the most. So he took a famous and treasured children's railway from his planet, hoping one day he'll be summoned back and will bring the railway with him as a gift. The other tyrant managed to smuggle a mermaid as his slave the same way.

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* LoopholeAbuse: One of the main plot points of ''The Planet for Tyrants'' features a former tyrants that was kicked out from his planets, planet, and, as a general rule, he was allowed to take one thing he wished the most. So he took a famous and treasured children's railway from his planet, hoping one day he'll be summoned back and will bring the railway with him as a gift. The other tyrant managed to smuggle a mermaid as his slave the same way.
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