History Literature / Caretaker

28th Oct '16 9:23:00 AM dlchen145
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* CoolOldGuy: When he isn't being a {{Badass}}, Kidah definitely fits this trope.

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* CoolOldGuy: When he isn't being a {{Badass}}, badass, Kidah definitely fits this trope.
26th Sep '15 1:23:55 AM SetsunasaNiWa
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-->'''Jack''': "Mutants, cyborgs, and chimeras from the future." ([[CaptainObvious They don't believe him.]])

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-->'''Jack''': "Mutants, cyborgs, and chimeras from the future." ([[CaptainObvious They (They don't believe him.]]))
20th Aug '15 2:45:02 AM Morgenthaler
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''If you were looking for the trope, see TheCaretaker''.
21st Jan '15 5:52:18 AM Cieloazul
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* HoneyTrap: Reilly does one to catch Jack, and for the matter, it works predictably.
* HormoneAddledTeenager: Jack, which is called out by PJ.


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* MotorMouth: Or rather Motor Mind, in Gisco's case. He telpathically talks ''a lot'' and very fastly.
15th Dec '14 4:30:59 PM Cieloazul
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* IdiotHero: Jack even sees himself as somewhat of it, though he is soon obligued to smart up.



* TheVamp: Reilly, though not as good as she thinks.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: For some reason, only women are capable of this. Eko is the most blatant example, but the Gorm that Jack meets early on also uses it.

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* TheVamp: Reilly, though not as good smart as she thinks.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: For some reason, only women are capable of this. Eko is the most blatant example, but the Gorm that Jack meets early on Reilly also uses it.
27th Jul '14 8:42:23 PM Angeldeb82
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* SexOPhone: Reilly plays jazz in her room during her advances on Jack.

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* SexOPhone: {{Sexophone}}: Reilly plays jazz in her room during her advances on Jack.
27th Jul '14 8:42:02 PM Angeldeb82
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* BadAssGrandpa: Kidah

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* BadAssGrandpa: BadassGrandpa: Kidah



* CoolOldGuy: When he isn't being a BadAss, Kidah definitely fits this trope.

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* TheChosenOne: Jack is the only person, [[BecauseDestinySaysSo for no adequately explained reason]], who can find and use Firestorm. He is often refered to as the "Beacon of Hope" by Eko and Gisco, much to his irritation.
* CoolOldGuy: When he isn't being a BadAss, {{Badass}}, Kidah definitely fits this trope.trope.
* DamselInDistress: PJ.



* DistressedDamsel: PJ



* InstantExpert: Jack learns martial arts, telepathy, how to sense his environment in the dark, and various other skills pretty quick. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] in that it's implied that he had these abilities all along, and just needed to learn to tap into them.

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* InstantExpert: Jack learns martial arts, telepathy, how to sense his environment in the dark, and various other skills pretty quick. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] {{Justified|Trope}} in that it's implied that he had these abilities all along, and just needed to learn to tap into them.



* TheChosenOne: Jack is the only person, [[BecauseDestinySaysSo for no adequately explained reason]], who can find and use Firestorm. He is often refered to as the "Beacon of Hope" by Eko and Gisco, much to his irritation.



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27th Apr '14 7:48:02 AM Cieloazul
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* FullFrontalAssault: Jack fights Reilly while naked, as he had took a shower in her house and she was actually seducing him.



* MrsFanservice: Eko.

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* MrsFanservice: MsFanservice: Eko.


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* SexOPhone: Reilly plays jazz in her room during her advances on Jack.
25th Apr '14 5:27:39 AM Cieloazul
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* MacGuffin: Firestorm from the first book

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* MacGuffin: Firestorm from the first bookbook.
* MrsFanservice: Eko.


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* TheVamp: Reilly, though not as good as she thinks.
18th Oct '13 8:49:02 PM Vasha
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The Caretaker Trilogy is a sci-fi/fantasy book series by David Klass, which has the interesting distinction of being the first piece of fiction ever to be endorsed by Greenpeace, due to its {{Anvilicious}} environmentalism message. The books focus around one Jack Danielson, who gets caught up in a war from the future and battles the forces of evil to save the Earth from being ruined, first by saving the oceans (''Firestorm''), then the Amazon rainforest (''Whirlwind''), and apparently the third book (''Timelock'') will tackle global warming.

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The '''The Caretaker Trilogy Trilogy''' is a sci-fi/fantasy book series by David Klass, which has the interesting distinction of being the first piece of fiction ever to be endorsed by Greenpeace, due to its {{Anvilicious}} environmentalism message. The books focus around one Jack Danielson, who gets caught up in a war from the future and battles the forces of evil to save the Earth from being ruined, first by saving the oceans (''Firestorm''), then the Amazon rainforest (''Whirlwind''), and apparently the third book (''Timelock'') will tackle global warming.
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