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16th Dec '15 7:26:58 PM Doug86
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* SexAsARiteOfPassage: In Darre.
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* SexAsARiteOfPassage: SexAsRiteOfPassage: In Darre.
15th Nov '15 6:29:41 AM Albertosaurus
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I keep mistyping the word "creator"!
The ''Inheritance Trilogy'' is a series of books by Creatore/NKJemisin (website [[http://www.nkjemisin.com/ here]]) about a world where gods walk the earth alongside mortals (though, in general, not voluntarily). ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' and ''The Broken Kingdoms''; both came out in 2010, and the third and final book, ''The Kingdom of Gods,'' came out in 2011.
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The ''Inheritance Trilogy'' is a series of books by Creatore/NKJemisin Creator/NKJemisin (website [[http://www.nkjemisin.com/ here]]) about a world where gods walk the earth alongside mortals (though, in general, not voluntarily). ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' and ''The Broken Kingdoms''; both came out in 2010, and the third and final book, ''The Kingdom of Gods,'' came out in 2011.
15th Nov '15 6:29:14 AM Albertosaurus
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The ''Inheritance Trilogy'' is a series of books by N. K. Jemisin (website [[http://www.nkjemisin.com/ here]]) about a world where gods walk the earth alongside mortals (though, in general, not voluntarily). ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' and ''The Broken Kingdoms''; both came out in 2010, and the third and final book, ''The Kingdom of Gods,'' came out in 2011.
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The ''Inheritance Trilogy'' is a series of books by N. K. Jemisin Creatore/NKJemisin (website [[http://www.nkjemisin.com/ here]]) about a world where gods walk the earth alongside mortals (though, in general, not voluntarily). ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' and ''The Broken Kingdoms''; both came out in 2010, and the third and final book, ''The Kingdom of Gods,'' came out in 2011.
24th Aug '15 4:52:54 PM Vasha
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** Enefa to Kahl.
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** Enefa [[spoiler:Enefa to Kahl.Kahl and Sieh]].
21st Aug '15 2:07:24 AM Chericola
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** Yeine and Nahadoth ** Oree and Madding ** [[spoiler:Oree and Tempa]]
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** Yeine and Nahadoth Nahadoth. Yeine is only nineteen in mortal years in ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'', while Nahadoth has already lived for millennia. ** Oree and Madding Madding, much for the same reason as the above. ** [[spoiler:Oree and Tempa]]Tempa. Again, same as above.]]

** In book three, [[spoiler:Shahar and Deka, who are one-eighth god from great-grandpa Ahad, and Glee, Itempas and Oree's slightly-more-than-half godly daughter]].
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** In book three, [[spoiler:Shahar [[spoiler: Shahar and Deka, who are one-eighth god from great-grandpa Ahad, and Glee, Itempas and Oree's slightly-more-than-half godly daughter]].

* ReallySevenHundredYearsOld
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* ReallySevenHundredYearsOldReallySevenHundredYearsOld: All the gods and godlings.
21st Aug '15 2:03:48 AM Chericola
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** Nahadoth to the demons ** Shahar to Shinda ** Enefa to Kahl
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** Nahadoth to the demons demons. ** Shahar to Shinda Shinda. ** Enefa to KahlKahl.

* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler:Yeine]].
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler:Yeine]].[[spoiler: Yeine, when she takes the place of the Goddess Enefa at the end of ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'']].

* BittersweetEnding: ''Kingdom of the Gods''. [[spoiler: Sieh is dead, but he is reborn as a god in his own universe with Deka and Shahar.]]
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* BittersweetEnding: ''Kingdom of the Gods''. [[spoiler: Sieh is dead, but he is reborn fifty-two years after his death as a god in his own universe with Deka and Shahar.]]

** [[spoiler:Shahar and Deka's father, Remina, is their mother Remath's half-brother]]. * BroughtDownToNormal: Tempa and Sieh.
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** [[spoiler:Shahar [[spoiler: Shahar and Deka's father, Remina, is their mother Remath's half-brother]]. half-brother.]] * BroughtDownToNormal: Tempa Tempa, when he is trapped in mortal form, and Sieh.Sieh, when he becomes mortal himself.

** Lesbian [[TheHighQueen Remath]] hits the "short hair" part of this, but she's also described as more busty, hip-y, and generally feminine than her daughter Shahar. * CharacterDevelopment: The point of Nahadoth and Yeine sticking [[spoiler: Bright Itempas]] in a human body.
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** Lesbian [[TheHighQueen Remath]] hits the "short hair" part of this, but she's also described as more busty, hip-y, and generally feminine than her daughter Shahar. Shahar. She is in a serious relationship with one of her female relatives. * CharacterDevelopment: The point of Nahadoth and Yeine sticking [[spoiler: Bright Itempas]] in a human body. It works very well in this regard-- majorly thanks to Oree and later her daughter Glee Shoth, Itempas learns to love truly and stops thinking of mortals as beneath him. He also learns some manners, as Oree finds out in the short story ''Not The End''.]] ** Sieh in the third book has this in bucketloads. [[spoiler: After he befriends Shahar and Deka, Sieh finds himself truly caring for them, despite having always hated and thought bitterly of the Arameri. Then he is changed into a mortal, which terrifies and almost breaks him, but he becomes more used to the idea as time passes. And thanks to Glee Shoth, Sieh is forced to look at the causes of the Gods' War in a whole new light (in which all the gods shared some blame, and not just Itempas, as Sieh likes to believe), and it is because of this that Sieh finally begins to forgive Itempas for what he did and let him into his heart again.]]
16th Jun '15 7:53:22 PM stargirlrpg
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I thought it was important that all the mixed race people in Sky are servants except for the main character and thought it odd that no one had mentioned it.
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** Also in book one, the Arameri have rankings of how close to the family you are, those with lower rankings are servants. Many of those lower rankings are gotten through being born of an unapproved union, like infidelity or relations with someone not Amn. So all of the mixed race people in Sky the Palace are servants except for Yeine.
31st May '15 7:00:22 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' details the life of Yeine, a noblewoman from the northern continent of Darr. She is called to the [[CastleInTheSky aptly-named]] capital city of Sky where she is unexpectedly made a candidate for the title of Arameri family head, or emperor of the world. Not all is as it seems, however, as petty squabbles break out, {{Living Weapon}}s act friendly, and the time of the coronation draws ever closer...
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''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms'' details the life of Yeine, a noblewoman from the northern continent of Darr. She is called to the [[CastleInTheSky [[Anime/CastleInTheSky aptly-named]] capital city of Sky where she is unexpectedly made a candidate for the title of Arameri family head, or emperor of the world. Not all is as it seems, however, as petty squabbles break out, {{Living Weapon}}s act friendly, and the time of the coronation draws ever closer...
27th Apr '15 4:14:32 AM DrImpossible
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'''For Creator/ChristopherPaolini's series with the [[SimilarlyNamedWorks same name]], see Literature/InheritanceCycle.'''
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'''For Creator/ChristopherPaolini's series with the [[SimilarlyNamedWorks same similar name]], see Literature/InheritanceCycle.'''
16th Nov '14 8:10:16 PM TheMutant
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* {{Yandere}}: Itempas. He murdered Enefa and then started a huge war and imprisoned Nahadoth in human flesh... because Nahadoth paid more attention to Enefa then to him for a little bit. And then there's [[spoiler: Deka in the third book, who basically invented/discovered a new kind of magic, inked it on his own body, and is quite willing to rearrange the universe just so he can have Sieh. And Deka is Arameri, and even though they're not as powerful as they were by the third book they are still very strong and scarily brutal.]]
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* {{Yandere}}: Itempas. He murdered Enefa and then started a huge war and imprisoned Nahadoth in human flesh... because Nahadoth paid more attention to Enefa then to him for a little bit. [[spoiler: In ''The Broken Kingdoms'', it's explained a little more in-depth- Itempas didn't mind Enefa and Nahadoth being together, it was that for a moment, they ''forgot him'' and thought only of one another, making him alone for the first time in his entire existence- and being alone was his personal anathema, literally wounding his soul. That, combined with his mortal lover murdering their son while he was still weakened, drove him to do what he did prior to ''The Hundred Thousand Kingdoms''- murdering Enefa because when it was just him and Nahadoth, he was never alone.]] And then there's [[spoiler: Deka in the third book, who basically invented/discovered a new kind of magic, inked it on his own body, and is quite willing to rearrange the universe just so he can have Sieh. And Deka is Arameri, and even though they're not as powerful as they were by the third book they are still very strong and scarily brutal.]]
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