History Literature / DeepgateCodex

15th Jul '17 1:04:30 PM Malady
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* KaleidoscopeEyes: Dill (and all angels). Carnival's eyes supposedly do this, but so far in the books, they've only ever been black (killing rage), dark gray, and now [[spoiler:blue]] in ''God of Clocks''.

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* KaleidoscopeEyes: Dill (and all angels). Carnival's eyes supposedly do this, but so far in the books, they've only ever been black (killing rage), ([[MoodRingEyes killing rage]]), dark gray, and now [[spoiler:blue]] in ''God of Clocks''.
25th Feb '17 5:35:31 AM SeptimusHeap
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* CommonEyeColors: At first appearing to subvert characters' natures, but actually hinting at hidden traits--[[GreenEyes Rachel]] is jaded and world-weary but shows a whimsical side when affectionately teasing Dill, for instance.%%, and Mina is a flighty schemer but also very dependable, for instance.
14th Feb '17 1:35:07 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* CommonEyeColors: At first appearing to subvert characters' natures, but actually hinting at hidden traits--[[GreenEyes Rachel]] is jaded and world-weary but shows a whimsical side when affectionately teasing Dill, for instance.%%, and [[BrownEyes Mina]] is a flighty schemer but also very dependable, for instance.

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* CommonEyeColors: At first appearing to subvert characters' natures, but actually hinting at hidden traits--[[GreenEyes Rachel]] is jaded and world-weary but shows a whimsical side when affectionately teasing Dill, for instance.%%, and [[BrownEyes Mina]] Mina is a flighty schemer but also very dependable, for instance.
13th Feb '17 6:06:30 PM malias
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* CommonEyeColors: At first appearing to subvert characters' natures, but actually hinting at hidden traits--[[GreenEyes Rachel]] is jaded and world-weary but shows a whimsical side when affectionately teasing Dill, and [[BrownEyes Mina]] is a flighty schemer but also very dependable, for instance.

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* CommonEyeColors: At first appearing to subvert characters' natures, but actually hinting at hidden traits--[[GreenEyes Rachel]] is jaded and world-weary but shows a whimsical side when affectionately teasing Dill, for instance.%%, and [[BrownEyes Mina]] is a flighty schemer but also very dependable, for instance.
1st Jul '16 2:49:25 PM Morgenthaler
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* TheObiWan: Hasp.



* TookALevelInBadass: Dill becomes much more powerful (and useful) in ''Iron Angel'' after being taught swordsmanship by [[TheObiWan Hasp]].

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* TookALevelInBadass: Dill becomes much more powerful (and useful) in ''Iron Angel'' after being taught swordsmanship by [[TheObiWan Hasp]].Hasp.



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18th Jan '16 6:36:56 AM CurledUpWithDakka
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* AlternateUniverse: The [[spoiler:time schisms]] are responsible for several of these. We see glimpses of a few of them. [[spoiler:The main timeline of the series seems to be the canon one, but there are several other happy worlds that will probably last as AlternateContinuity fragments.

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* AlternateUniverse: The [[spoiler:time schisms]] are responsible for several of these. We see glimpses of a few of them. [[spoiler:The main timeline of the series seems to be the canon one, but there are several other happy worlds that will probably last as AlternateContinuity fragments. ]]
1st Sep '15 1:23:32 AM Mad_Spy
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* UnstoppableRage: Carnival is a fan of this. SerialEsalation kicks in[[spoiler:halfway through ''God of Clocks'', when she escapes Cospinol's pot]]--from that moment to the end of the book is one long CrowningMomentOfAwesome for her.

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* UnstoppableRage: Carnival is a fan of this. SerialEsalation SerialEscalation kicks in[[spoiler:halfway through ''God of Clocks'', when she escapes Cospinol's pot]]--from that moment to the end of the book is one long CrowningMomentOfAwesome for her.
9th Nov '14 2:15:32 PM TheNerfGuy
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** John Anchor has this as his RunningGag, either due to his {{Juggernaut}} nature or because [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin He's lugging around a god's skyship via rope.]]

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** John Anchor has this as his RunningGag, either due to his {{Juggernaut}} [[TheJuggernaut Juggernaut]] nature or because [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin He's lugging around a god's skyship via rope.]]
8th Mar '14 2:57:22 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* AnticlimaxBoss: [[spoiler:Ulcis]]. Not that we care, though.
** Also [[spoiler:Cospinol]] and [[spoiler:Menoa]] and... hell, just about everyone who [[spoiler:pisses Carnival off to that degree]].



* MindScrew: ''Iron Angel'' takes more than one readthrough to understand properly. Although this is partly to blame on the way Campbell sucker-punches his readers a third of the way through...

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* MindScrew: ''Iron Angel'' takes more than one readthrough read-through to understand properly. Although this is partly to blame on the way Campbell sucker-punches his readers a third of the way through...
11th Apr '13 10:43:26 AM ChaoticNovelist
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* BreakingSpeech: [[spoiler:Ulcis gives Carnival a very ugly one towards the end of ''Scar Night'', vicious enough to reduce her to tears and put her in a HeroicBSOD. Her ShutUpHannibal, while somewhat delayed, is made all the sweeter because of it.]]



* HannibalLecture: [[spoiler:Ulcis gives Carnival a very ugly one towards the end of ''Scar Night'', vicious enough to reduce her to tears and put her in a HeroicBSOD. Her ShutUpHannibal, while somewhat delayed, is made all the sweeter because of it.]]
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