History Literature / MalazanBookOfTheFallen

15th Jan '17 4:12:27 AM SorPepita
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%%* DanceBattler: Some Shadow Dancers. You don't want to mess with them.

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%%* DanceBattler: Some Shadow Dancers.Dancers are this. You don't want to mess with them.
15th Jan '17 1:19:20 AM creader
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* TheHerosJourney: WordOfGod has it, that the entire series is supposed to be the classical Hero's Journey ''for the reader''.
13th Jan '17 4:11:29 PM SorPepita
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* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Rhulad is a half insane emperor wielding a cursed sword, but he really wants to be a good ruler, has a sort of friendship with Udinaas, and gives his brother Fear Mayen back]].

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* PetTheDog: [[spoiler:Rhulad is a half insane emperor wielding a cursed sword, but he really wants to be a good ruler, has a sort of friendship with Udinaas, and gives his brother Fear his wife Mayen back]].
13th Jan '17 3:46:58 PM SorPepita
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* CoolOldGuy: Ceda Kuru Qan is an old Letherii mage, and his coolness is made apparent when [[spoiler:he near kills the whole Tiste Edur species on his own.]]

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* %%* CoolOldGuy: Ceda Kuru Qan is an old Letherii mage, and his coolness is made apparent when [[spoiler:he near kills the whole Tiste Edur species on his own.]]



* DeathFromAbove: Tiste Andii-commandeered Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, as it's a flying fortress that can launch attacks from the sky.

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* %%* DeathFromAbove: Tiste Andii-commandeered Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, as it's a flying fortress that can launch attacks from the sky.
13th Jan '17 2:20:47 PM SorPepita
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* CoolOldGuy: Ceda Kuru Qan is old, and for cool [[spoiler:he near kills the whole Tiste Edur species on his own.]]

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* CoolOldGuy: Ceda Kuru Qan is old, an old Letherii mage, and for cool his coolness is made apparent when [[spoiler:he near kills the whole Tiste Edur species on his own.]]
13th Jan '17 2:08:22 PM SorPepita
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* DeathFromAbove: Tiste Andii-commandeered Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, being a flying fortress.

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* DeathFromAbove: Tiste Andii-commandeered Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, being as it's a flying fortress.fortress that can launch attacks from the sky.
13th Jan '17 1:42:04 PM SorPepita
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* DeathFromAbove: Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, being a flying fortress.

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* DeathFromAbove: Tiste Andii-commandeered Moon's Spawn can bring this kind of death, being a flying fortress.
13th Jan '17 1:40:24 PM SorPepita
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%%* DeathFromAbove: Moon's Spawn

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%%* * DeathFromAbove: Moon's SpawnSpawn can bring this kind of death, being a flying fortress.
13th Jan '17 1:32:55 PM SorPepita
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* RotatingArcs: The series rotates between the Genabackis arc, which depicts the current Malazan attempt at expansion, the Seven Cities arc, which depicts a rebellion against the Malazan Empire, and the Lether arc, which depicts what is happening in the BigBad's home turf. The Genabackis Arc is chiefly dealt with in ''Gardens of the Moon'', ''Memories of Ice'', and ''Toll the Hounds'', the Seven Cities arc in ''Deadhouse Gates'', ''House of Chains'', and ''The Bonehunters'', and the Lether arc in ''Midnight Tides'' and ''Reaper's Gale'', while ''Dust of Dreams'' and ''The Crippled God'' tie the MythArc together; it should be noted, however, the elements of any given arc may show up or be foreshadowed in a book primarily concerned with a different arc, and some characters may jump from one arc to another or back again entirely.

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* RotatingArcs: The series rotates between the Genabackis arc, which depicts the current Malazan attempt at expansion, the Seven Cities arc, which depicts a rebellion against the Malazan Empire, and the Lether arc, which depicts what is happening in the BigBad's home turf. The Genabackis Arc is chiefly dealt with in ''Gardens of the Moon'', ''Memories of Ice'', and ''Toll the Hounds'', the Seven Cities arc in ''Deadhouse Gates'', ''House of Chains'', and ''The Bonehunters'', and the Lether arc in ''Midnight Tides'' and ''Reaper's Gale'', while ''Dust of Dreams'' and ''The Crippled God'' tie the MythArc together; it should be noted, however, that the elements of any given arc may show up or be foreshadowed in a book primarily concerned with a different arc, and some characters may jump from one arc to another or back again entirely.



* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: [[SarcasmMode Just a little bit cynical]]
* SmugSnake: Triban Gnol, Karos Invictad

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* SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism: [[SarcasmMode Just a little bit cynical]]
cynical.]]
* SmugSnake: Triban Gnol, Karos InvictadInvictad.
13th Jan '17 1:29:49 PM SorPepita
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* EverybodyKnewAlready: Sgt. Strings[[note]]Fiddler, one of the few (known) surviving Bridgeburners[[/note]] and Traveler[[note]]Daseem Ultor, First Hero of the Malazan Empire[[/note]] don't seem to be fooling anyone who's even heard of them, pre-name change.

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* EverybodyKnewAlready: Sgt. Strings[[note]]Fiddler, one of the few (known) surviving Bridgeburners[[/note]] and Traveler[[note]]Daseem Traveller[[note]]Daseem Ultor, First Hero of the Malazan Empire[[/note]] don't seem to be fooling anyone who's even heard of them, pre-name change.
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