History Literature / LiadenUniverse

20th Jan '16 9:59:13 PM Qussow
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** Val Con and Miri unintentionally accelerate that process.
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** A short story later revealed that Val Con Con, Miri, and Miri an Agent of the Department of the Interior unintentionally accelerate accelerated that process.
20th Jan '16 9:50:52 PM Qussow
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* LostColony: The planet Miri and Val Con wind up on in ''Carpe Diem''. Well, not so much lost as technologically regressed and out of contact with the wider galaxy. It's implied to be one of a handful that are known of and occasionally monitored to see if they are culturally mature enough to handle reintegration into the wider galaxy. ** Val Con and Miri unintentionally accelerate that process.
20th Jan '16 9:13:58 PM Qussow
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** Val Con and Miri, technically. In the eyes of the Clutch turtles, anyway, due to Val Con giving her a knife. They decide to let it stand by the end of the book.
10th Dec '15 5:53:07 PM PaulA
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** "The problem we face," he murmured, "is that someone—and we must assume that ''someone'' equals ''the Enemy'' -- is experimenting with [[spoiler:dismantling the universe]]."
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** "The -->"The problem we face," he murmured, "is that someone—and someone -- and we must assume that ''someone'' equals ''the Enemy'' -- is experimenting with [[spoiler:dismantling the universe]]." "
10th Dec '15 4:47:27 PM ecs05norway
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** "The problem we face," he murmured, "is that someone—and we must assume that ''someone'' equals ''the Enemy' -- is experimenting with [[spoiler:dismantling the universe]]."
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** "The problem we face," he murmured, "is that someone—and we must assume that ''someone'' equals ''the Enemy' Enemy'' -- is experimenting with [[spoiler:dismantling the universe]]."
10th Dec '15 4:46:49 PM ecs05norway
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* WhamLine: In ''Crystal Soldier'', chronologically the first book: ** "The problem we face," he murmured, "is that someone—and we must assume that ''someone'' equals ''the Enemy' -- is experimenting with [[spoiler:dismantling the universe]]."
2nd Sep '15 7:18:52 AM PaulA
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* InnocentInnuendo: Quin's "date" with Villy in ''Dragon in Exile'' turns out to be to help him with his schoolwork, but up until the reveal is discussed in terms that make it sound a lot like they're getting together for sexytimes.
3rd Mar '15 8:00:31 PM PaulA
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* SingleMindedTwins: Meicha and Miandra Maarilex, in ''Balance of Trade'', [[CoordinatedClothes dress identically]], move in coordination, and exchange TwinBanter; people have trouble telling them apart (though their grandmother is unerring, especially when one is in trouble), and their uncle refers to them as "Meichamiandra". (It being a setting with psychic powers, they also have a touch of TwinTelepathy.) They become more distinct as the novel progresses.
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* SingleMindedTwins: Meicha and Miandra Maarilex, in ''Balance of Trade'', [[CoordinatedClothes dress identically]], move in coordination, and exchange TwinBanter; people have trouble telling them apart (though their grandmother is unerring, especially when one is in trouble), apart, and their uncle refers to them as "Meichamiandra". (It "Meichamiandra" (though their grandmother always knows which is which, especially when one is in trouble). It being a setting with psychic powers, they also have a touch of TwinTelepathy.) TwinTelepathy. They become more distinct as the novel progresses.
3rd Mar '15 7:55:45 PM PaulA
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* EmergencyAuthority: During the Migration, Cantra's employment contract as Captain grants her absolute authority in an emergency that threatens the safety of the passengers. In the event, this clause is not needed during the Migration -- but it does get invoked centuries later when one of her descendants (who has inherited all her rights and responsibilities as Captain, according to a clause originally intended only to keep things going if Cantra died before the Migration was over) discovers a threat to the safety of Liad, the planet populated by the passengers' descendants.
17th Feb '15 6:01:12 PM Robotech_Master
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Canon discontinuity of Lord of the Dance
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* CanonDiscontinuity: The short story "Lord of the Dance" was written as a look ahead at what life on Surebleak might be like after the five-book "Agent of Change sequence," but before any such novels were even on the drawing board to be written. When the authors actually sat down to plot the later novels out, they realized that various necessary plot elements, including certain characters leaving Surebleak for extended periods at particular points, meant that there was literally no time in which the story as written could actually have taken place. Hence, it has been relegated to non-canon (though certain elements, such as the reason Pat Rin couldn't pass any of his piloting tests, were incorporated into other canonical tales).
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