History Literature / Incarceron

13th Jan '16 10:08:33 PM Yahya
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* {{Gnosticism}}: Present.

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* {{Gnosticism}}: Present. The most obvious Gnostic motif is, of course, Incarceron itself, a created sentient malevolent superbeing ruling over its own world and playing God while not actually being one.
9th Jan '16 10:37:06 AM Yahya
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* {{Gnosticism}}: Present.
23rd Sep '15 3:07:03 PM Morgenthaler
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6th Feb '15 11:16:41 AM MoonRabbit
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* AIIsACrapshoot: Incarceeron started out okay, but went horribly wrong. [[spoiler: In the end he's calmed via Jared]].

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* AIIsACrapshoot: Incarceeron Incarceron started out okay, but went horribly wrong. [[spoiler: In the end he's calmed via Jared]].
22nd Jan '15 6:10:40 AM Yahya
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* FutureImperfect: The characters often reference real-life works of fiction (Alice in Wonderland, Moby-Dick, Sleeping Beauty, Scandinavian mythology, etc.), but end up mixing the references together, so that one of the characters believes he's heard a story about someone chasing a white rabbit for forty years and then being swallowed by said rabbit and travelling inside its stomach.
17th Jan '15 6:31:59 AM TheJohnWayne
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* MadeaSlave: [[spoiler: Attia]] starts out as Jormanric's dog-slave, having been captured by the Comitatus during a raid on the Civicry.

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* MadeaSlave: MadeASlave: [[spoiler: Attia]] starts out as Jormanric's dog-slave, having been captured by the Comitatus during a raid on the Civicry.
17th Jan '15 6:30:30 AM TheJohnWayne
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* MadeaSlave: [[spoiler: Attia]] starts out as Jormanric's dog-slave, having been captured by the Comitatus during a raid on the Civicry.
6th Jun '14 8:11:06 PM lalalei2001
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The sequel and conclusion, ''Sapphique'', reveals greater problems [[spoiler: now that Finn has Escaped and is challenged as crown prince by a remarkably similar boy.]]

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The sequel and conclusion, ''Sapphique'', reveals greater problems [[spoiler: now that Finn has Escaped and is challenged as crown prince by a remarkably similar boy.]]
29th Aug '13 5:25:37 PM SpitefulFox
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* BodyHorror: The Half-Men.
** Chain-gangs also qualify, being a group of people fused together and sharing a consciousness. They assimilate their victims.

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* BodyHorror: BodyHorror:
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The Half-Men.
Half-Men are people who have been "repaired" by Incarceron with robotic components.
** Chain-gangs also qualify, being a group are groups of people fused together and sharing a consciousness. They assimilate their victims.



* SatisfiedStreetRat: Keiro ''oozes'' this.

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* * SatisfiedStreetRat: Keiro ''oozes'' this.
8th Aug '13 5:55:22 AM lalalei2001
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