History Literature / KilnPeople

2nd Aug '16 8:09:45 PM PaulA
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* PowerDegradation: As their time starts to run out, dittos' bodies begin turning back into clay. Note that they can be preserved by stuffing them into a fridge. The hero's girlfriend does this with a fresh copy [[SexBot in case he gets lonely]].

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* PowerDegradation: PowerDegeneration: As their time starts to run out, dittos' bodies begin turning back into clay. Note that they can be preserved by stuffing them into a fridge. The hero's girlfriend does this with a fresh copy [[SexBot in case he gets lonely]].
2nd Aug '16 8:08:35 PM PaulA
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* PowerDegradation: As their time starts to run out, dittos' bodies begin turning back into clay. Note that they can be preserved by stuffing them into a fridge. The hero's girlfriend does this with a fresh copy [[SexBot in case he gets lonely]].


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* PrivateEyeMonologue: The protagonist is a private eye who uses dittos with a built-in recorder and a compulsion to narrate everything that happens. But the results are precise and dry.
24th Mar '16 12:52:08 PM tmantookie
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: "Queen Irene" hires a euthanasia company to broadcast her standing wave into deep space on the hypothesis that it can imprint her consciousness on the raw ether. [[spoiler: It doesn't seem to work. The ultimate goal of ditto!Maharal, and a possible fate of Albert.]]

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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: "Queen Irene" hires a euthanasia company to broadcast her standing wave into deep space on the hypothesis that it can imprint her consciousness on the raw ether. [[spoiler: It doesn't seem to work. The ]]
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ultimate goal of ditto!Maharal, and a possible fate of Albert.]]
16th Oct '15 9:09:49 PM zarpaulus
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* StableTimeLoop: [[spoiler: Transcendent!Albert arranges all the odd coincidences that help the various Alberts. Making that waiter slip and distract the thugs beating up the green in the prologue, taking control of one of Beta's soldier golems to save real!Albert, nagging Frankie to stop the missiles at the cost of his own decaying body...]]
13th Oct '15 7:06:19 PM zarpaulus
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* EvilGloating: [[spoiler: ditto!Maharal]] has a long, rambling philosophical speech while he has Albert's grey ditto captive. Albert zones out a few times during it.
13th Oct '15 5:54:11 PM zarpaulus
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: [[spoiler: The ultimate goal of ditto!Maharal, and a possible fate of Albert.]]

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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: "Queen Irene" hires a euthanasia company to broadcast her standing wave into deep space on the hypothesis that it can imprint her consciousness on the raw ether. [[spoiler: It doesn't seem to work. The ultimate goal of ditto!Maharal, and a possible fate of Albert.]]
21st Sep '15 10:26:07 AM PhiSat
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* {{Transsexual}}: [[spoiler: Beta, a male personality in a female body.]]

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* {{Transsexual}}: [[spoiler: Beta, Beta,]] a male personality in a female body.]]
21st Sep '15 10:24:55 AM PhiSat
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* {{Transsexual}}: [[spoiler: Beta, a male personality in a female body.]]
21st Sep '15 10:23:09 AM PhiSat
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* AffablyEvil: Beta.

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* AffablyEvil: Beta.AGodAmI: [[spoiler: Maharal's ditto.]]



* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Green dittos are the cheapest, with slightly reduced intelligence, the least physical ability and are more suitable for menial and simpler tasks. A grey ditto is superior quality and higher price. Ebonies have increased intelligence, and can absorb and analyse large amounts of data quickly. Ivory dittos are sexbots, with more pleasure receptors. Purples are combat models, with no pain receptors. Red and yellow versions are also mentioned but don't appear much. Platinums are the highest quality, superior in their realism to greys, and can pass for human if not for their skin tone- only the rick like Kaolin can afford them.

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* ColourCodedForYourConvenience: Green dittos are the cheapest, with slightly reduced intelligence, the least physical ability and are more suitable for menial and simpler tasks. A grey ditto is superior quality and higher price. Ebonies have increased intelligence, and can absorb and analyse large amounts of data quickly. Ivory dittos are sexbots, with more pleasure receptors. Purples are combat models, with no pain receptors. Red and yellow versions are also mentioned but don't appear much. Platinums are the highest quality, superior in their realism to greys, and can pass for human if not for their skin tone- only the rick rich like Kaolin can afford them.



* FauxAffablyEvil: Beta. He plays nice, pretending to consider Albert his WorthyOpponent, but drops the act as soon as it becomes inconvenient for him.



* MegaCorp: United Kilns

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* MegaCorp: United KilnsKilns.


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* MindRape: Beta [[spoiler: is doing this to Ritu subconsciously, addicting her to getting copied and taking away/altering her memories.]]
6th Jul '15 4:27:34 PM LondonPurple
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* EnemyWithout: [[spoiler: Beta]]



* MesACrowd: Core to life in the book's setting. The plot essentially follows Archie and three dittos he creates on a Tuesday morning (one to investigate a new case, one to close an old one, one to do the chores). From there events spiral out of control as he investigates the mysteries he encounters.

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* MesACrowd: Core to life in the book's setting. The plot essentially follows Archie and three dittos he creates on a Tuesday morning (one to investigate a new case, one to close an old one, one to do the chores). From there events spiral out of control as he investigates he/they investigate the mysteries he encounters.he/they encounter.
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