History Literature / KeysToTheKingdom

16th Sep '15 10:08:28 AM Morgenthaler
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Vampire Invitation was renamed per TRS decision.
* MustBeInvited: the Fetchers, although apparently you don't have to own/live in the building to invite them in.

* VampireInvitation: the Fetchers, although apparently you don't have to own/live in the building to invite them in.
20th Jun '15 6:56:56 PM nombretomado
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4th May '15 1:14:21 PM nombretomado
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Elements of Christian theology, Ancient Greek myth, and European folklore are all present in the House. The protagonist actually meets the Pied Piper, the [[Literature/TheRimeOfTheAncientMariner Ancient Mariner]], and a towering old man who is suspiciously similar to [[GreekMythology Prometheus]].
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Elements of Christian theology, Ancient Greek myth, and European folklore are all present in the House. The protagonist actually meets the Pied Piper, the [[Literature/TheRimeOfTheAncientMariner Ancient Mariner]], and a towering old man who is suspiciously similar to [[GreekMythology [[Myth/GreekMythology Prometheus]].
28th Feb '15 6:33:10 AM Smoko
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The third part of the will is more likely to represent faith, and the fifth part is temperance ("Everything in moderation" is a direct quote by it).
*** The Third Part of the Will, which wants to waste time while its worshipers sing hymns (temperance, opposing gluttony but without diligence).
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*** The Third Part of the Will, which wants to waste time while its worshipers sing hymns (temperance, and constantly natters on about belief. (Faith, opposing gluttony but without diligence).

*** The Fifth Part of the Will, which spends more time eating armor than helping Arthur. (Chastity, opposing lust but lacking... anything sensible) *** The Sixth Part of the Will, which gave Arthur orders he didn't have time to follow. (Kindness, opposing envy but lacking the sense of priorities the other virtues grant)
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*** The Fifth Part of the Will, which spends more time eating armor than helping Arthur. (Chastity, Will is the most sensible and personable of its kin, but its laidbackness and personal restraint prevent it from aiding Arthur as much as other parts. (Temperance, opposing lust but lacking... anything sensible) lacking urgency) *** The Sixth Part of the Will, which gave Arthur orders he didn't have time to follow. Also, its attempt to give DueToTheDead to a fallen enemy accidentally allows the Piper to invade the Upper House. (Kindness, opposing envy but lacking the sense of priorities the other virtues grant)
21st Oct '14 7:44:09 PM Discar
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Don't spoiler trope names like that in example lists, and don't pothole trope names like that in example lists. See Spoiler Policy and Sinkhole.
* [[spoiler:EndOfTheWorldSpecial: At the end of the series, Arthur becomes the successor to the Architect and is given the opportunity to replace the universe that was just destroyed. Instead of starting from scratch, he just recreates the old universe.]]
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* [[spoiler:EndOfTheWorldSpecial: At EndOfTheWorldSpecial: [[spoiler:At the end of the series, Arthur becomes the successor to the Architect and is given the opportunity to replace the universe that was just destroyed. Instead of starting from scratch, he just recreates the old universe.]]

* [[spoiler: KillEmAll: Happens to everything in every universe. The people in the Secondary Realms come back to life. Most of the Denizens and Newniths in the House do not. [[TearJerker Neither does Emily.]]]]
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* [[spoiler: KillEmAll: Happens [[spoiler:Happens to everything in every universe. The people in the Secondary Realms come back to life. Most of the Denizens and Newniths in the House do not. [[TearJerker Neither does Emily.]]]]]]

* [[spoiler:OmnicidalManiac]]: Dame Primus.
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* [[spoiler:OmnicidalManiac]]: Dame Primus.OmnicidalManiac: [[spoiler:Dame Primus]].

* [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Ordinary Primary School Student: Arthur, except he's twelve.
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* [[OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent Ordinary Primary School Student: OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Arthur, except he's twelve.

* [[spoiler:OutsourcingFate: It turns out that the purpose of Arthur's quest was to become the new Architect. See the EndOfTheWorldSpecial entry above.]]
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* [[spoiler:OutsourcingFate: It OutsourcingFate: [[spoiler:It turns out that the purpose of Arthur's quest was to become the new Architect. See the EndOfTheWorldSpecial entry above.]]
21st Oct '14 3:39:20 PM ZombieMonster
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** There is, in fact, an entry missing from this page because it would be to big of a spoiler: [[spoiler: OmnicidalManiac]]

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** There is, in fact, an entry missing from this page because it would be to big of a spoiler: [[spoiler: OmnicidalManiac]]* [[spoiler:OmnicidalManiac]]: Dame Primus.
10th Oct '14 3:30:28 PM Generality
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* EvilIsSterile: It is mentioned that only The Architect, The Old One, or humans can create anything original. The Denizens can only copy things they've seen. This becomes important later.
7th Sep '14 5:44:52 AM editerguy
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[[TheWikiRule It has a]] [[http://keystothekingdom.wikia.com/wiki/The_Keys_to_the_Kingdom_Wiki wiki]].
2nd Sep '14 6:31:05 PM supercomputer276
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* ShockwaveClap: Dame Primus does this with the Second Key in Sir Thursday.
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* ShockwaveClap: Dame Primus does this with the Second Key in Sir Thursday.''Sir Thursday''.

* ShockwaveClap: Dame Primus does this ** Similarly with [[Literature/ThePiedPiperOfHamelin the Second Key in Sir Thursday.Piper]].

*** [[spoiler:The irony is that one of the pathways IS through the cupboard...]]
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*** [[spoiler:The irony is that one of the pathways IS through the cupboard...wardrobe...]]

* ShroudedInMyth: Arthur himself. By the third book, Japheth has been assigned to writing fictionalised versions of his already fairly impressive accomplishments that portray him as seven-foot tall, and looking something akin to a Greek God. Needless to say, people often tend to be [[ExpectingSomeoneTaller somewhat disappointed on meeting him in person]].
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* ShroudedInMyth: Arthur himself. By the third book, Japheth has been assigned to writing fictionalised fictionalized versions of his already fairly impressive accomplishments that portray him as seven-foot tall, and looking something akin to a Greek God. Needless to say, people often tend to be [[ExpectingSomeoneTaller somewhat disappointed on meeting him in person]].
2nd Sep '14 1:27:44 PM supercomputer276
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** [[spoiler:Specifically, if the Incomparable Gardens are destroyed. First thing in, last thing out.]]
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