History Literature / Redwall

14th Nov '17 6:46:45 AM BossKey
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%% ** Sparras as well.

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%% ** Sparras as well.well. The fact that they have "KILLEE KILLEE" as a catchphrase should be a pretty big clue.



%%* DreadfulMusician: Dotti in ''Lord Brocktree''.

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%%* * DreadfulMusician: Dotti in ''Lord Brocktree''.Brocktree''. As quoted from the narration: "To say her singing was akin to a squashed frog trapped beneath a hot stone [[InsultToRocks would be a great insult to both frog and stone]]."



** Not even the [[BiggerBad Bigger Bads]] are immune to this. [[spoiler:Malkariss]] is stoned to death very quickly, and [[spoiler:King Agarnu]] drowned after someone ''pushed him into a lake.''

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** Not even the [[BiggerBad Bigger Bads]] are immune to this. [[spoiler:Malkariss]] is stoned to death very quickly, and [[spoiler:King Agarnu]] drowned after someone ''pushed ''[[SuperDrowningSkills pushed him into a lake.lake]].''



%% * FoeTossingCharge: Badgers do this, from time to time.

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%% * FoeTossingCharge: Badgers do this, from time Generally speaking, when a badger goes into [[UnstoppableRage Bloodwrath mode]], chances are that one of these is going to time.follow. The most spectacular in the series is probably Boar the Fighter versus Ripfang's horde. That being said, the Bloodwrath allows even non-badgers to plow through enemy ranks with reckless abandon, as shown with Cuthbert Blanedale Frunk.



* OverlyLongName: Jodd's full name. According to him, YouDoNOTWantToKnow what it is. Captain Tramun Josiah Cuttlefish Clogg also counts.

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* OverlyLongName: Jodd's full name. name is ''the'' single longest one in the series. According to him, YouDoNOTWantToKnow what it is.is, and when it's revealed it spans roughly ''two and a half lines of text'' before he gets cut off. Captain Tramun Josiah Cuttlefish Clogg also counts.



** Hares in general, really. It's rather rare to find a hare who gets spotlight and has less than three parts to their name.



%% * PropheciesRhymeAllTheTime: It's true, they ''all'' do.

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%% * PropheciesRhymeAllTheTime: It's true, they ''all'' do.Almost every single book that takes place after Martin's death has a prophetic dream involving his spirit. Every single one of these has him delivering a prophecy in rhyme.



%% * RedRightHand: Swartt and Veil Sixclaw, in Veil's case literally.

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%% * RedRightHand: Swartt and Veil Sixclaw, in Veil's Sixclaw; [[MeaningfulName take a guess what it is]]. Veil also gets a literal case literally.when he's exposed as a poisoner at Redwall with a dye that stains his hands red.
12th Oct '17 6:17:10 PM TudorRose
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* MisplacedRetribution: Slagar the Cruel blames the Redwallers for the death of his mother and his facial disfigurement. However, all the bad things that happened to him were a result of he and/or his mother's villainous ways, and none of the inhabitants of the Abbey were responsible for any of it. In fact, they tried to ''help'' him when he dragged himself to Redwall after being badly injured by Cluny the Scourge's horde and left for dead alongside his mother. His repayment for their kindness was to steal from them and murder the elderly Methuselah.

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* MisplacedRetribution: Slagar the Cruel blames the Redwallers for the death of his mother and his facial disfigurement.disfigurement, and in revenge he steals their children to sell as slaves. However, all the bad things that happened to him were a result of he and/or his mother's villainous ways, and none of the inhabitants of the Abbey were responsible for any of it. In fact, they tried to ''help'' him when he dragged himself to Redwall after being badly injured by Cluny the Scourge's horde and left for dead alongside his mother. His repayment for their kindness was to steal from them and murder the elderly Methuselah.
12th Oct '17 6:16:08 PM TudorRose
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* MisplacedRetribution: Slagar the Cruel blames the Redwallers for the death of his mother and his facial disfigurement. However, all the bad things that happened to him were a result of he and/or his mother's villainous ways, and none of the inhabitants of the Abbey were responsible for any of it. In fact, they tried to ''help'' him when he dragged himself to Redwall after being badly injured by Cluny the Scourge's horde and left for dead alongside his mother. His repayment for their kindness was to steal from them and murder the elderly Methuselah.
27th Sep '17 5:17:33 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* AdaptationOriginConnection: In the TV show, Cluny killed Matthias's family.
24th Sep '17 9:35:24 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* RelatedInTheAdaptation: Cornflower is John Churchmouse's daughter in the cartoon.
17th Sep '17 7:47:37 PM SpectralTime
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31st Aug '17 4:30:29 PM HalcyonDayz
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** [[spoiler:Mother Mellus]] from ''Mariel of Redwall'' ends up killed in ''The Bellmaker'', though her death brings about [[spoiler:a HeelFaceTurn and among the best CMOAs in the series.]]

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** [[spoiler:Mother Mellus]] from ''Mariel of Redwall'' ends up killed in ''The Bellmaker'', though her death brings about [[spoiler:a HeelFaceTurn and among the best CMOAs SugarWiki/MomentOfAwesome in the series.]]
26th Aug '17 9:54:17 AM SpocktorWho
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* BigScrewedUpFamily: The Marlfoxes. The queen of the Marlfoxes killed her mate to take the throne only in turn to be manipulated and killed by her daughter who ends up being killed by her brother, Lokkan. The other children of the queen are all equally nasty as the others.

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* BigScrewedUpFamily: The Marlfoxes. The queen of the Marlfoxes killed her mate to take the throne only in turn to be manipulated and killed by her daughter who ends up being killed by her brother, Lokkan.Mokkan. The other children of the queen are all equally nasty as the others.
22nd Aug '17 8:05:40 AM GrammarNavi
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The AnimatedAdaptation was made by {{Nelvana}} and featured three seasons - the first based on the original book, the second on ''Mattimeo'' and the third on ''Martin the Warrior''. It was played on Creator/PBSKids ([[CreatorsOddball really]]). And {{Teletoon}} in Canada.

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The AnimatedAdaptation was made by {{Nelvana}} Creator/{{Nelvana}} and featured three seasons - the first based on the original book, the second on ''Mattimeo'' and the third on ''Martin the Warrior''. It was played on Creator/PBSKids ([[CreatorsOddball really]]). And {{Teletoon}} in Canada.



* AnimatedAdaptation: Nelvana produced an animated series, which adapted the books ''Redwall'', ''Mattimeo'', and ''Martin the Warrior''.

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* AnimatedAdaptation: Nelvana Creator/{{Nelvana}} produced an animated series, which adapted the books ''Redwall'', ''Mattimeo'', and ''Martin the Warrior''.
21st Jul '17 8:33:46 PM TeraChimera
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* AnimalReligion. Subverted. Despite the titular Redwall being an abbey, having an abbot/abbess and various characters referred to as Brother/Sister, there is no real religion to speak of (no one is referred to as a monk/nun, prayer is a generic grace at mealtimes). The only form of supernatural is the spirit of Martin the Warrior, who appears once a book to aid the protagonists, and Dark Forest, which some characters see when near death, and the ghosts of their ancestors. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Even the first book]], which featured a church of Saint Ninian, had no one to pray to (although the villain does have a nightmare of the Devil, who got referenced as well). There are often references to the afterlife though, such as "Dark Forest" (a neutral land of eternal slumber) and "Hellgates". Curiously, bad guys are referred to as going to either when they die. Sunflash even briefly witnesses the Dark Forest in ''Outcast of Redwall'', though he is barred from entering until his quest is complete.

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* AnimalReligion. AnimalReligion: Subverted. Despite the titular Redwall being an abbey, having an abbot/abbess and various characters referred to as Brother/Sister, there is no real religion to speak of (no one is referred to as a monk/nun, prayer is a generic grace at mealtimes). The only form of supernatural is the spirit of Martin the Warrior, who appears once a book to aid the protagonists, and Dark Forest, which some characters see when near death, and the ghosts of their ancestors. [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness Even the first book]], which featured a church of Saint Ninian, had no one to pray to (although the villain does have a nightmare of the Devil, who got referenced as well). There are often references to the afterlife though, such as "Dark Forest" (a neutral land of eternal slumber) and "Hellgates". Curiously, bad guys are referred to as going to either when they die. Sunflash even briefly witnesses the Dark Forest in ''Outcast of Redwall'', though he is barred from entering until his quest is complete.



** In most books, hares often interject "wot" or "wot, wot" into sentences as a VerbalTic. Hare archetype Basil doesn't do this in ''Redwall''. The Salamandastron hares in ''Mossflower'' do it, but it's spelled "what". Once Basil picks it up in ''Mattimeo'', "wot" has been settled on.



%%** Also, Asmodeus' quarry.

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%%** Also, ** Asmodeus' lair is an intricate maze of caves in the walls of a quarry.
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