History Literature / Incarceron

26th Nov '17 10:41:28 AM nombretomado
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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.
21st Nov '17 7:42:02 AM OriCat
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* CrystalDragonJesus: Sapphique, who is said to have been the only known escapee, is worshiped as a god, and is sometimes called "The Nine-Fingered One" by his followers. He gained this nickname [[spoiler:as the result of losing one of his fingers to a beast within the Prison.]]

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* CrystalDragonJesus: Sapphique, who is said to have been the only known escapee, is worshiped as a god, and is sometimes called "The Nine-Fingered One" by his followers. He gained this nickname [[spoiler:as as the result of losing one of his fingers to a beast within the Prison.]]
21st Nov '17 7:41:19 AM OriCat
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* ThrowingDownTheGauntlet: Finn challenges the Pretender to a duel by doing the traditional "chuck a glove at him".
19th Nov '17 12:09:09 PM OriCat
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* CharacterTitle: Both books. A bit clearer in ''Sapphique'' since Incarceron is a GeniusLoci.

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* CharacterTitle: Both books. A bit clearer in ''Sapphique'' since Incarceron is a GeniusLoci.GeniusLoci and could also fall under ThePlace.
19th Nov '17 12:08:28 PM OriCat
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* CharacterTitle: ''Sapphique''.

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* CharacterTitle: ''Sapphique''.Both books. A bit clearer in ''Sapphique'' since Incarceron is a GeniusLoci.
12th Nov '17 12:51:06 PM OriCat
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* GildedCage: The Realm at first looks like a perfect place (for the rich at least), but it's actually ruled by a tyrannical elite who enforces Protocol. Just like in Incarceron, people are not free.

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* GildedCage: The Realm at first looks like a perfect place (for the rich at least), but it's actually ruled by a tyrannical elite who enforces enforce Protocol. Just like in Incarceron, people are not free.


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* HedgeMaze: The Wardenry, in keeping with its fancy manor house status, has one. It's mostly portrayed positively, as a place Claudia and Jared can get privacy.
25th Oct '17 4:36:15 PM OriCat
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* BrainComputerInterface: The Glove.
22nd Oct '17 11:38:16 AM OriCat
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* TrickedOutGloves: Sapphique's Glove in, well, ''Sapphique''. Rix also has several gloves that sparkle and are filled with acid.
18th Oct '17 4:13:48 PM OriCat
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* LaserHallway: Incarceron can make them when it locks down.
10th Oct '17 11:47:02 AM OriCat
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* AnimalMotifs: Birds, in keeping with the freedom theme. The Havaarna inheritance is symbolized by an eagle, and the Wardenry by a swan. Jared's blue feathers show up multiple times in ''Sapphique'', and Sapphique is almost always represented winged. The motif is not always used positively, though: the Pretender's eagle mask underscores his usurpation, Incarceron threatens its prisoners with the metaphor of Prometheus eaten by the eagle, and "bird with a broken wing" is used for [[the Maestra's]] death.

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* AnimalMotifs: Birds, in keeping with the freedom theme. The Havaarna inheritance is symbolized by an eagle, and the Wardenry by a swan. Jared's blue feathers show up multiple times in ''Sapphique'', and Sapphique is almost always represented winged. The motif is not always used positively, though: the Pretender's eagle mask underscores his usurpation, Incarceron threatens its prisoners with the metaphor of Prometheus eaten by the eagle, and "bird with a broken wing" is used for [[the [[spoiler:the Maestra's]] death.
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