History Literature / GuardiansOfGahoole

16th Dec '15 5:02:10 PM TheLordofDeathless
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* BigBad: Played with throughout the series. [[spoiler:Nyra]] is the only recurring villain throughout all of the arcs (except for in the [[WholeEpisodeFlashback Whole Arc Flashback]], of course), but they team up with other villains in each arc, who have about the same status in the story.

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* BigBad: Played with throughout [[MalevolentMaskedMan Metal Beak]]/[[spoiler: Kludd]] serves as this in the first arc of the series. After [[spoiler: he dies]], his mate [[DragonAscendant Nyra]] takes over for the second arc, which lasts the remainder of the series.
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[[spoiler:Nyra]] is the only recurring villain throughout all of the arcs (except for in the [[WholeEpisodeFlashback Whole Arc Flashback]], of course), but they team up with other villains in each arc, who have about the same status in the story.
8th Dec '15 2:48:41 PM bt8257
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-->'''Soren:''' [[OhCrap Kludd!]]

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-->'''Soren:''' [[OhCrap Kludd!]][[spoiler:[[OhCrap Kludd!]]]]



8th Dec '15 2:42:35 PM bt8257
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* ANaziByAnyOtherName: The Pure ones are owls who believe that ''Tyto Alba'' -- barn owls -- are superior to any other species of owl.

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* ANaziByAnyOtherName: The Pure ones Ones are owls who believe that ''Tyto Alba'' -- barn owls -- are superior to any other species of owl.
23rd Aug '15 8:10:45 PM nombretomado
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* ShoutOut: [[MobyDick "Call me Grank"]], the first line from ''The First Collier''.

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* ShoutOut: [[MobyDick [[Literature/MobyDick "Call me Grank"]], the first line from ''The First Collier''.
17th Aug '15 6:55:17 AM BossKey
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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Hortense. [[DisneyDeath At first.]]]]

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Hortense. [[DisneyDeath At first.]]]]]]



* NoPronunciationGuide: You can normally just pronounce St. Aeogilius as St. Aggie's. Let's face it, how many kids in the book's demographic are going to be able to pronounce it?

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* NoPronunciationGuide: You can normally just pronounce St. Aeogilius Aegolius as St. Aggie's. Let's face it, how many kids in the book's demographic are going to be able to pronounce it?
8th Aug '15 8:49:20 AM BossKey
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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Hortense.]]

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* DisneyDeath: [[spoiler:Hortense.]] [[DisneyDeath At first.]]]]
6th Jun '15 9:40:07 PM Mecharic
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** Never confirmed, only heavily implied.
14th Jan '15 7:42:05 PM arrietty-cadee-clock
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The series has spawned a spinoff series entitled [[Literature/WolvesOfTheBeyond]]. It centers on the Dire Wolves known as the Wolves of the Watch, specifically a young wolf who grows up to become a gnaw wolf, a sort of story recorder, and eventually a watch wolf. The owls appear occasionally in the books.

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The series has spawned a spinoff series entitled [[Literature/WolvesOfTheBeyond]].Wolves of the Beyond. It centers on the Dire Wolves known as the Wolves of the Watch, specifically a young wolf who grows up to become a gnaw wolf, a sort of story recorder, and eventually a watch wolf. The owls appear occasionally in the books.
14th Jan '15 7:41:19 PM arrietty-cadee-clock
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The series has spawned a spinoff series entitled ''Literature/WolvesOfTheBeyond''. It centers on the Dire Wolves known as the Wolves of the Watch, specifically a young wolf who grows up to become a gnaw wolf, a sort of story recorder, and eventually a watch wolf. The owls appear occasionally in the books.

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The series has spawned a spinoff series entitled ''Literature/WolvesOfTheBeyond''.[[Literature/WolvesOfTheBeyond]]. It centers on the Dire Wolves known as the Wolves of the Watch, specifically a young wolf who grows up to become a gnaw wolf, a sort of story recorder, and eventually a watch wolf. The owls appear occasionally in the books.
14th Jan '15 7:39:59 PM arrietty-cadee-clock
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** Owls in general have a tendancy to look down on seagulls and other birds because they don't produce pellets. "Wet pooper" is an owl insult sometimes.

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** Owls in general have a tendancy tend to be a bit speciest and look down on seagulls and other birds because they don't produce pellets. "Wet pooper" is an owl insult owls use sometimes.
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