History Literature / LoneWolf

30th Nov '16 3:36:35 PM Ghilz
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'''The Final Four'''[[note]][[UnCancelled Lone Wolf Books 29-32]], a continuation of the New Order, after being a victim of DevelopmentHell for years are now due to be published over the next few years.[[/note]]

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'''The Final Four'''[[note]][[UnCancelled Lone Wolf Books 29-32]], 29-30]], a continuation of the New Order, after being a victim of DevelopmentHell for years are now due to be published over the next few years.years. Joe Dever's passing on November 29th, 2016 leaves the series future unknown.[[/note]]



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7th Nov '16 1:55:31 PM Ramidel
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* EvilVersusEvil: Darklords don't see Lone Wolf as their worst enemy. The Darklords' worst enemies are ''other Darklords''.
24th Oct '16 3:47:29 AM starofjusticev21
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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: The good races in the series are mostly human or humanoid, and the good gods like Kai and Ishir, and good god-like beings like Serocca and the Shianti are humanoid as well with additions that would seem exotic rather than off-putting. Most of the races affiliated with evil are ugly or monstrous in some way, the villain leaders are mostly demonic abominations, and the evil deities like the Chaos-Master and Naar himself are hideous ever-shifting mishmashes of various different species. There are a couple of exceptions like [[spoiler: the Crocaryx who are actually servants of the good gods]], and Shamath on Naar's side.

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* BeautyEqualsGoodness: The good races in the series are mostly human or humanoid, and the good gods like Kai and Ishir, and good god-like beings like Alyss, Serocca and the Shianti are humanoid as well with additions that would seem exotic rather than off-putting. Most of the races affiliated with evil are ugly or monstrous in some way, the villain leaders are mostly demonic abominations, and the evil deities like the Chaos-Master and Naar himself are hideous ever-shifting mishmashes of various different species. There are a couple of exceptions like [[spoiler: the Crocaryx who are actually servants of the good gods]], and Shamath on Naar's side.
20th Oct '16 8:58:50 AM StFan
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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.) [[note]] Mind, their downright unnatural good fortune plants a big flashing arrow telling all of Naar's cronies that's where the Moonstone is, and catching a guy there to steal it is what actually convinces Lone Wolf that the godstone needs to be sent somewhere safer. [[/note]]

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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.) [[note]] Mind, their downright unnatural good fortune plants a big flashing arrow telling all of Naar's cronies that's where the Moonstone is, and catching a guy there to steal it is what actually convinces Lone Wolf that the godstone needs to be sent somewhere safer. [[/note]] safer
20th Oct '16 8:15:34 AM starofjusticev21
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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.)

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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.)) [[note]] Mind, their downright unnatural good fortune plants a big flashing arrow telling all of Naar's cronies that's where the Moonstone is, and catching a guy there to steal it is what actually convinces Lone Wolf that the godstone needs to be sent somewhere safer. [[/note]]
9th Oct '16 12:00:20 PM Ramidel
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* FaceHeelTurn: Shasarak the Wytch-King [[spoiler:was once a Shianti wizard, a member of the very group that sent Grey Star on his quest.]]


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* FallenHero: Shasarak the Wytch-King [[spoiler:was once a Shianti wizard, a member of the very group that sent Grey Star on his quest. He refused Ishir's order to leave humanity alone, and tried to continue helping people, but the Sunstone he built was destroyed when the people of Taklakot started poking at it, wiping out the city. The injuries he suffered in the explosion drove him insane. By the time of the books, nothing of Shasarak the Benevolent was left, only the Wytch-King.]]
9th Oct '16 7:29:08 AM starofjusticev21
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** Or Grand Masters Who Actually Do Something -- after the Magnakai series, nobody would blame Lone Wolf for wanting to sit back and train his acolytes in peace and let someone else handle the brushfires. But whenever a crisis emerges, he's always the first to step up to the plate to take care of business. It isn't until the New Order Kai series and his ascension to Supreme Mastery that he starts delegating the crisis du jour to his [[FeaturelessProtagonist lieutenant]]. And they explain by then he's become so famous that it's impossible for him to go anywhere without every single agent of evil knowing about it.

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** Or Grand Masters Who Actually Do Something -- after the Magnakai series, nobody would blame Lone Wolf for wanting to sit back and train his acolytes in peace and let someone else handle the brushfires. But whenever a crisis emerges, he's always the first to step up to the plate to take care of business. It isn't until the New Order Kai series and his ascension to Supreme Mastery that he starts delegating the crisis du jour to his [[FeaturelessProtagonist lieutenant]]. And they They explain by then he's become so famous that it's impossible for him to go anywhere without every single agent of evil knowing about it.it, and after him making a career out of slaying the worst demonic overlords and evil sorcerers out there because there was nobody else around to do it, it's hard to believe otherwise.
9th Oct '16 4:35:17 AM starofjusticev21
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** Or Grand Masters Who Actually Do Something -- after the Magnakai series, nobody would blame Lone Wolf for wanting to sit back and train his acolytes in peace and let someone else handle the brushfires. But whenever a crisis emerges, he's always the first to step up to the plate to take care of business. It isn't until the New Order Kai series and his ascension to Supreme Mastery that he starts delegating the crisis du jour to his [[FeaturelessProtagonist lieutenant]].

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** Or Grand Masters Who Actually Do Something -- after the Magnakai series, nobody would blame Lone Wolf for wanting to sit back and train his acolytes in peace and let someone else handle the brushfires. But whenever a crisis emerges, he's always the first to step up to the plate to take care of business. It isn't until the New Order Kai series and his ascension to Supreme Mastery that he starts delegating the crisis du jour to his [[FeaturelessProtagonist lieutenant]]. And they explain by then he's become so famous that it's impossible for him to go anywhere without every single agent of evil knowing about it.
9th Oct '16 3:58:03 AM Ramidel
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* {{Expy}}: The Kai Lords, a monastic order of psionic knights trained since the age of seven, and [[OrderReborn reborn]] from a single member after nearly-complete destruction, look a ''lot'' like [[Franchise/StarWars the Jedi]].
8th Oct '16 6:02:39 PM StFan
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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial - crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature - people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.)

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* PlagueOfGoodFortune: Keeping the Moonstone in Sommerlund leads to this. At first, it's beneficial - -- crops grow abundantly, infant mortality drops to zero, disease more-or-less vanishes. But keeping it there for too long leads to a disruption of the cycles of nature - -- people stop dying of natural causes and the seasons stop changing, being replaced with eternal springtime. (The text takes for granted that this is a bad thing.)



* POVCam: Since, well, the reader takes the role of the protagonist, all the full-page illustrations are from Lone Wolf (or Grey Star, of Lone Wolf's lieutenant)'s viewpoint. This means we never see what the protagonist looks like with those inner illustrations (although sometimes, his hands are in the shot).

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* POVCam: Since, well, the reader takes the role of the protagonist, all the full-page illustrations are from Lone Wolf (or Grey Star, of or Lone Wolf's lieutenant)'s viewpoint. This means we never see what the protagonist looks like with those inner illustrations (although sometimes, his hands are in the shot).
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