History Literature / DeltoraQuest

14th Feb '17 1:05:44 PM ladyofthelibrary
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A third series has also being added to the continuity. This series, titled Star of Deltora, takes place [[TimeSkip a few decades after the end Deltora Quest]] and is initially set in Del, but promises to visit other lands across the sea.

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A third series has also being added to the continuity. This series, titled Star of Deltora, takes place [[TimeSkip a few decades after the end of Deltora Quest]] and is initially set in Del, but promises to visit other lands across the sea.
27th Jan '17 10:34:59 PM Chericola
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** Also quite possibly Jarred, Anna, Endon and Sharn, during the Shadow Lord's invasion.
20th Dec '16 4:27:46 AM Chericola
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6th Dec '16 12:10:31 AM hellwolf99
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6th Dec '16 12:10:17 AM hellwolf99
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* AnyoneCanDie: Mostly averted. A few deaths hit us hard, but [[ContractualImmortality the core group is always the same]], and there are no [[SacrificalLion Sacrificial Lions]] or anything like that. Main characters can be tortured, poisoned, drugged, [[GoodScarsEvilScars permanently scarred]], or LeftForDead, but that's about it.

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* AnyoneCanDie: Mostly averted. A few deaths hit us hard, but [[ContractualImmortality the core group is always the same]], and there are no [[SacrificalLion [[SacrificialLion Sacrificial Lions]] or anything like that. Main characters can be tortured, poisoned, drugged, [[GoodScarsEvilScars permanently scarred]], or LeftForDead, but that's about it.
6th Dec '16 12:09:41 AM hellwolf99
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* AnyoneCanDie: Mostly averted. A few deaths hit us hard, but [[ContractualImmortality the core group is always the same]], and there are no {{Sacrifical Lion}}s or anything like that. Main characters can be tortured, poisoned, drugged, [[GoodScarsEvilScars permanently scarred]], or LeftForDead, but that's about it.

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* AnyoneCanDie: Mostly averted. A few deaths hit us hard, but [[ContractualImmortality the core group is always the same]], and there are no {{Sacrifical Lion}}s [[SacrificalLion Sacrificial Lions]] or anything like that. Main characters can be tortured, poisoned, drugged, [[GoodScarsEvilScars permanently scarred]], or LeftForDead, but that's about it.
6th Nov '16 9:17:25 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* DestinationDefenestration: How Prandine dies.
6th Nov '16 9:16:25 PM AnonFangeekGirl
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* KansasCityShuffle: In the beginning of the series, Endon's wife pulls this off against his treacherous adviser Prandine. While they're in a tall tower, she looks out the window, gasps, and says unconvincingly that she saw nothing. Prandine, of course, goes to check it out- at which point she promptly [[DestinationDefenestration defenestrates]] him. She really did see nothing, but knew he wouldn't think she was truthful.
28th Oct '16 3:35:45 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}:
** Doom.
** Damn-near ''everyone in the series'', and don't you deny it!



** Marilen also qualifies when in the third series she defies her father's orders, takes supplies from Tora's tradeship to aid Del and uses Toran magic to transport herself to Del while it is scourged with disease and the people believe the Torans caused the plague. That's pretty damn BadAss.

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** Marilen also qualifies when in the third series she defies her father's orders, takes supplies from Tora's tradeship to aid Del and uses Toran magic to transport herself to Del while it is scourged with disease and the people believe the Torans caused the plague. That's pretty damn BadAss.badass.



* SuccessionCrisis: This happens to be a major plot-point in the second series. [[spoiler: After he becomes King, Lief is in constant danger of dying without an heir as Shadow Lord spies try to kill him and end Adin's bloodline forever. Before he can travel to the Shadowlands in a BadAss attempt to free the trapped Deltorans there, Lief sensibly realises that he must make sure that he has an heir to succeed him should he die in the attempt. With the single line of descent forced upon the Kings and Queens by their chief advisors long ago, Lief is forced to trace his ancestry all the way back to Adin, and then follow the descent of Adin's second issue. This leads Lief to Tora, and Marilen.]]

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* SuccessionCrisis: This happens to be a major plot-point in the second series. [[spoiler: After he becomes King, Lief is in constant danger of dying without an heir as Shadow Lord spies try to kill him and end Adin's bloodline forever. Before he can travel to the Shadowlands in a BadAss badass attempt to free the trapped Deltorans there, Lief sensibly realises that he must make sure that he has an heir to succeed him should he die in the attempt. With the single line of descent forced upon the Kings and Queens by their chief advisors long ago, Lief is forced to trace his ancestry all the way back to Adin, and then follow the descent of Adin's second issue. This leads Lief to Tora, and Marilen.]]
2nd Oct '16 9:58:37 PM Cakeman
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** When they are stung by Wenn, Barda and Lief are briefly left unable to move at all though they are still conscious.
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