History Literature / LaDameDeMonsoreau

31st Mar '16 7:43:21 AM Chronic5
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* ArtisticLicenseHistory: As usual, in spades, but the character of Bussy himself is the biggest example - one of his age's biggest scumbags in history, a hero in the novel.



* [[YouKilledMyFather You Killed My Mother]] and my lover is the excuse for make Diane settle accounts with some prince.

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* [[YouKilledMyFather You Killed My Mother]] and my lover is the excuse for make Diane settle accounts with some prince.
11th Dec '14 8:34:00 PM Angeldeb82
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* BestServedCold: combined with ATasteOfTheLash.

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* BestServedCold: combined Combined with ATasteOfTheLash.



* TheChampion: [[spoiler: M. de Bussy]].

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* TheChampion: [[spoiler: M. de Bussy]].Bussy.]]



* DamselInDistress: Diane de Meridor.



* DistressedDamsel: Diane de Meridor.



* RasputinianDeath: Combined with HowMuchMoreCanHeTake for 10 pages



* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: [[spoiler: Rémy and Gertrude]]

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* MasculineGirlFeminineBoy: [[spoiler: Rémy and Gertrude]]Gertrude.]]



* RasputinianDeath: Combined with HowMuchMoreCanHeTake for 10 pages.



* AdaptationalBadass: Diane de Meridor was converted from a DistressedDamsel to a very competent ActionGirl, fencing included.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Diane de Meridor was converted from a DistressedDamsel DamselInDistress to a very competent ActionGirl, fencing included.
14th Feb '14 2:20:51 PM ChaoticNovelist
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* AdaptationalBadass: Diane de Meridor was converted from a DistressedDamsel to a very competent BadassDamsel, fencing included.

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* AdaptationalBadass: Diane de Meridor was converted from a DistressedDamsel to a very competent BadassDamsel, ActionGirl, fencing included.
4th Jun '13 8:38:03 PM Vasha
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''La Dame De Monsoreau'' (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by Creator/AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''Literature/LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.

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''La Dame De de Monsoreau'' (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The the Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by Creator/AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''Literature/LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.
24th May '12 4:55:37 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[spoiler: The baron of Meridor]] and the scene borders the category of HighOctaneNightmareFuel

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** [[spoiler: The baron of Meridor]] and the scene borders the category of HighOctaneNightmareFuelMeridor]]
23rd May '12 7:06:10 PM PaulA
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''La Dame De Monsoreau'' (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''Literature/LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.

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''La Dame De Monsoreau'' (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, Creator/AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''Literature/LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.
19th Mar '12 7:30:09 PM Badrax
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* BestServedCold: combined with ATasteOfTheLash
* BodyDouble: Used to thwart one of The Guise's brothers's plan to make Henry III abdicate the throne.

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* BestServedCold: combined with ATasteOfTheLash
ATasteOfTheLash.
* BlindfoldedTrip: Diane used this when she needed a surgeon.
* BodyDouble: Used to thwart one of The Guise's brothers's sibling's plan to make Henry Henri III abdicate the throne.



* FauxDeath: The mean by which M.de Monsoreau tried to hide Diane from her father and the Duke of Anjou.



** Although the Duke of Guise's face is marked by injury and he is definitely a first-rate conspirator. The people love him.

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** Although the Duke of Guise's face is marked by an injury and he is definitely a first-rate conspirator. The people love him.



* GiveMeASword: In the most pure epic style, the hero broke his sword.

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* GiveMeASword: In the most pure epic style, the hero broke his sword.sword and his friend gave him one at risk of his life.



** The reason because M. de Meridor didn't fight M. de Monsoreau.
* InconvenientHippocraticOath: Caught in the dilemma of saving a life or do what could be his friend's happiness, guess what [[spoiler: Rémy]] did.



* LemonyNarrator: The scene of the conspiracy of the monastery of St. Genevieve have one that is really funny.

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* LemonyNarrator: The scene of the conspiracy of the monastery of St. Genevieve have one that who is really funny.funny.
* LockedAwayInAMonastery: The Guises had this destine in mind for Henri III.



* StandInPortrait: Played with since Busy was not in his sound mind and there was a portrait of Diane in the same room.



* UnexpectedSuccessor: Henry de Guise fancy that he is one, since his line is as old as Charlemagne's.

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* UnexpectedSuccessor: Henry de Guise fancy that he is one, since his line is as old as Charlemagne's.TraumaticHaircut: part of one of the Guises's plan against Henri III. The princess of Montpensier had her heart set on do it herself with some golden scissors.
* UnexpectedSuccessor: Henri de Guise fancy that he is one, since his line is as old as Charlemagne's.
* WindowPain: The same window was crashed by a rock with a message to favor another BalconyEscape, through the same balcony with the silk rope ladder.
* YourCheatingHeart: Henri de Navarre was spotted in Paris with a new paramour.
15th Mar '12 5:42:57 PM Umi
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* SuccessionCrisis: Henri III had no heir -basically by lack of effort-, his bother covets the throne, his brother-in-law wants the throne, and the house of Guise would be all happy to take care of France once he was properly dispatched.

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* SuccessionCrisis: Henri III had no heir -basically heir, basically by lack of effort-, effort, his bother brother covets the throne, his brother-in-law wants the throne, and the house of Guise would be all happy to take care of France once he was properly dispatched.
15th Mar '12 5:41:26 PM Umi
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''La Dame De Monsorea''u (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.

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''La Dame De Monsorea''u Monsoreau'' (A.K.A. ''Chicot, The Jester'') is the second of ''The Last Valois'' series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on ''LaReineMargot''.''Literature/LaReineMargot''. It was followed by ''Les Quarante-Cinq''.
15th Mar '12 5:38:47 PM Umi
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La Dame De Monsoreau (A.K.A. Chicot, The Jester) is the second of The Last Valois series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on LaReineMargot. It was followed by Les Quarante-Cinq.

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La ''La Dame De Monsoreau Monsorea''u (A.K.A. Chicot, ''Chicot, The Jester) Jester'') is the second of The ''The Last Valois Valois'' series written in 1845 by AlexandreDumas, père. The action takes place six years after the events depicted on LaReineMargot. ''LaReineMargot''. It was followed by Les Quarante-Cinq.
''Les Quarante-Cinq''.
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