History Literature / ElementalMasters

4th Jan '18 3:07:30 AM MrInitialMan
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* WhatTheHellHero: Giselle calls out Jonathan for a rather nasty prank involving illusionary fire, and kicks him a few times in the shin. She then tells him should he ever pull such a prank again, [[GroinAttack, she'll aim higher.]] He takes her seriously.

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* WhatTheHellHero: Giselle calls out Jonathan for a rather nasty prank involving illusionary fire, and kicks him a few times in the shin. She then tells him should he ever pull such a prank again, [[GroinAttack, [[GroinAttack she'll aim higher.]] He takes her seriously.
4th Jan '18 3:06:39 AM MrInitialMan
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* WhatTheHellHero: Giselle calls out Jonathan for a rather nasty prank involving illusionary fire, and kicks him a few times in the shin. She then tells him should he ever pull such a prank again, [[GroinAttack, she'll aim higher.]] He takes her seriously.


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** [[spoiler: It also reveals to Jonathan that he knew Thomas when Thomas was human.]]
17th Oct '17 3:20:06 PM Joyce13
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* {{Catchphrase}}: When other people comment on the fact that raven Neville or parrot Grey can talk, they always respond with , "I can talk. Can you fly?"
17th Oct '17 3:14:53 PM Joyce13
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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (Literature/ThePiedPiperOfHamelin) (to be published October 2017)

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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (Literature/ThePiedPiperOfHamelin) (to be published October 2017)
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** ''A Scandal in Battersea'' is loosely based on "Literature/ThePiedPiperOfHamelin".



** Nan and Sarah work with John Watson and others members of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes cast in ''A Study in Sable'', and presumably ''Scandal in Battersea'' (Grey and Neville appear on the covers of both).

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** Nan and Sarah work with John Watson and others members of the Franchise/SherlockHolmes cast in ''A Study in Sable'', Sable'' and presumably ''Scandal ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (Grey and Neville appear on the covers of both).


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** The BigBad in [[spoiler:''A Scandal in Battersea'' requires virgin sacrifices in order to fully break into our world. It doesn't care if they're male or female, only that they have to be given in pairs, with one taken as a sacrifice and other (who has to be of high enough station to get sent by their family to a mental institution) removed of their souls and left alive for its own purposes.]]
10th Oct '17 4:56:36 AM Joyce13
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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (Literature/ThePipedPiperOfHamelin) (to be published October 2017)

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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (Literature/ThePipedPiperOfHamelin) (Literature/ThePiedPiperOfHamelin) (to be published October 2017)
10th Oct '17 4:50:46 AM Joyce13
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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (so far unknown) (to be published October 2017)

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* ''A Scandal in Battersea'' (so far unknown) (Literature/ThePipedPiperOfHamelin) (to be published October 2017)
13th Sep '17 8:50:17 AM Ramidel
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** or not so much quietly forgotten as much as a result of character development on both their parts? Peter isn't interested in Susanne until after she takes several levels in psychological badassery from battlefield nursing; given Elemental Masters and Mages' propensity for LoveAtFirstSight (see below) and FourthDateMarriage (see above), couldn't it be that Peter simply never met a woman suitable to keep his interest long term until now? And his previous attitudes towards love and marriage because he wasn't willing to settle for anything less than what he needed, but his natural lasses-faire meaning he'd make the best of his options otherwise?
2nd Sep '17 11:45:58 PM Sandangel89
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* UnclePennybags: Lord Peter Almsley, who [[EstablishingCharacterMoment casually hands Dr. Maya Witherspoon enough money to fund the Fleet charity clinic for a month without a care.]] Apparently this is one of his hobbies.
30th Aug '17 5:18:12 PM Sandangel89
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* BlowYouAway: Air Masters/mages such as Nigel Barrett (''Reserved for the Cat''), Reginald Fenyx (''Phoenix and Ashes''), Rosalind Hawkins (''The Fire Rose''), Lionel Hawkins (''Steadfast''), and Giselle Schnittel (''From a High Tower''). Wind mages, unless they are ''very'' powerful, aren't much good in combat, but they can feed energy to fire mages, who are ''excellent'' at it.

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* BlowYouAway: Air Masters/mages such as Nigel Barrett (''Reserved for the Cat''), Reginald Fenyx (''Phoenix and Ashes''), Rosalind Hawkins (''The Fire Rose''), Lionel Hawkins (''Steadfast''), and Giselle Schnittel (''From a High Tower''). Wind mages, unless they are ''very'' powerful, aren't much good in combat, but they can feed energy to fire mages, who are ''excellent'' at it. They are, however, excellent for spying and surveillance.
23rd Aug '17 3:34:05 AM PaulA
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* LostWillAndTestement: ''The Gates of Sleep'' has a variation -- Madame Arachne doesn't destroy the will to keep Marina from inheriting from her parents, she destroys it because it assigned Marina's guardianship to her godparents. She then claims Marina's guardianship as the newly-orphaned girl's sole remaining relative.

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* LostWillAndTestement: LostWillAndTestament: ''The Gates of Sleep'' has a variation -- Madame Arachne doesn't destroy the will to keep Marina from inheriting from her parents, she destroys it because it assigned Marina's guardianship to her godparents. She then claims Marina's guardianship as the newly-orphaned girl's sole remaining relative.
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