History Literature / GreenRider

21st Jun '15 2:36:21 PM taradiddle
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* HeadOfGoldHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Queen]] Estora, noted throughout Sacordia for her gorgeous golden locks, is one of the nicest characters in the series

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* HeadOfGoldHeartOfGold: HeadOfGold,HeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Queen]] Estora, noted throughout Sacordia for her gorgeous golden locks, is one of the nicest characters in the series
17th Jun '15 8:42:00 PM taradiddle
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* HeadOfGoldHeartOfGold: [[spoiler: Queen]] Estora, noted throughout Sacordia for her gorgeous golden locks, is one of the nicest characters in the series
31st May '15 1:54:33 PM Bissek
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* ExactWords: The book that describes how the D'Yer wall was built can only be read in [[TitleDrop the High King's Tomb]]. Which High King? [[spoiler: The ''current'' High King (Work on a King's tomb begins shortly after the coronation, so that it will be ready when the King needs it).]]

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* ExactWords: The book that describes how the D'Yer wall was built can only be read in [[TitleDrop the High King's Tomb]]. Which High King? [[spoiler: The There is only one High King - the ''current'' High King one (Work on a King's tomb begins shortly after the coronation, so that it will be ready when the King needs it).]]
31st May '15 1:54:02 PM Bissek
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* ExactWords: The book that describes how the D'Yer wall was built can only be read in [[TitleDrop the High King's Tomb]]. Which High King? [[spoiler: The ''current'' High King (Work on a King's tomb begins shortly after the coronation, so that it will be ready when the King needs it).]]
29th May '15 2:32:04 PM Gowan
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''Green Rider'' is both a series of SpeculativeFiction novels by Kristen Britain and the name of the first novel in the series. They follow the adventures of Karigan G'ladheon, one of the titular Green Riders. The Green Riders are a messenger service in the Kingdom of Sacoridia who are magically called to service by the winged horse brooches, which amplify and enable their special magical talents.

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''Green Rider'' is both a series of SpeculativeFiction novels by Kristen Britain Creator/KristenBritain and the name of the first novel in the series. They follow the adventures of Karigan G'ladheon, one of the titular Green Riders. The Green Riders are a messenger service in the Kingdom of Sacoridia who are magically called to service by the winged horse brooches, which amplify and enable their special magical talents.
28th May '15 6:29:15 AM PaddyMurphy
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*[[DontGoInTheWoods Don't Go in the Woods]]: Well, just one forest in particular. Blackveil forest had a nice big magic wall built to keep people from going there. Book 4 is centered on doing it anyway.



* [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace I Don't Like the Sound of That Place]]: Blackveil forest (a.k.a Kanmorhan Vane) just sounds like a nice, happy, fun place to visit, doesn't it?

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* [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace I Don't Like the Sound of That Place]]: [[InvokedTrope Invoked]]. Blackveil forest (a.k.a Kanmorhan Vane) just sounds like a nice, happy, fun place to visit, doesn't it?
28th May '15 6:24:13 AM PaddyMurphy
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* [[IDontLikeTheSoundOfThatPlace I Don't Like the Sound of That Place]]: Blackveil forest (a.k.a Kanmorhan Vane) just sounds like a nice, happy, fun place to visit, doesn't it?


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* PowerAtAPrice: The Rider brooches grant some pretty neat abilities, but there is a cost. For Captain Mapstone, it causes or worsens arthritic pain. Karigan usually just winds up really tired if she overdoes things.
28th May '15 6:18:30 AM PaddyMurphy
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* MoralEventHorizon: In-Universe, Mornhaven's slaughter of the Lions is treated this way by Hadriax.

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* MoralEventHorizon: In-Universe, Mornhaven's Mornhavon's slaughter of the Lions is treated this way by Hadriax.



* WhamLine: In ''Mirror Sight'', [[spoiler: "The emperor has fond memories of playing with boats in fountains when he was a boy." Mornhaven is the only character known to have done that, and it's the line that lets the reader know that Mornhaven is the third personality inside Amberhill.]]

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* WhamLine: In ''Mirror Sight'', [[spoiler: "The emperor has fond memories of playing with boats in fountains when he was a boy." Mornhaven Mornhavon is the only character known to have done that, and it's the line that lets the reader know that Mornhaven Mornhavon is the third personality inside Amberhill.]]



* YouMonster: Mornhaven the Black is treated this way. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone sane who doesn't think he was a monster. Even his most loyal friend abandoned him after he killed the boy who was like a son to him to [[BloodMagic power his magic]].

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* YouMonster: Mornhaven Mornhavon the Black is treated this way. You'd be hard pressed to find anyone sane who doesn't think he was a monster. Even his most loyal friend abandoned him after he killed the boy who was like a son to him to [[BloodMagic power his magic]].
26th May '15 12:35:31 PM taradiddle
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*AlienCatnip: The Eletians loooove Master Gruntler's dark chocolate. It even is shown to have healing properties for their species in ''Blackveil'' and ''Mirror Sight''.
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