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28th Jul '16 6:16:08 AM Sharlee
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* ChallengingTheChief: Martha Drood dueled and defeated three of her sisters to become Matriarch. Subverted by her successor Capability Maggie, who evidently had no surviving sisters with equal claim to the job.
28th Jul '16 6:06:59 AM Sharlee
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* RealityIsOutToLunch: Loathly One ghoulvilles; also Little Stoke.

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* RealityIsOutToLunch: Loathly One ghoulvilles; also Little Stoke.Stoke; the Shifting Lands.
28th Jul '16 6:06:01 AM Sharlee
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* PoweredByAForsakenChild: [[spoiler: How did the Droods get their golden armor? Droods always give birth to twin babies, one of which is sacrificed to the Heart to make a torc.]]

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* PoweredByAForsakenChild: [[spoiler: How did the Droods get their golden armor? armor when the Heart was in charge? Droods always give gave birth to twin babies, one of which is was sacrificed to the Heart to make a torc.]]
28th Jul '16 6:04:09 AM Sharlee
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* OnlyKnownByHisNickname: Mr. Stab and the Blue Fairy both presumably have real names, but no one ever uses them.

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* OnlyKnownByHisNickname: Mr. Stab and the Blue Fairy both presumably have real names, but no one ever uses them. Also applies to loads of minor characters whose real names aren't stated. The Spawn of Frankenstein, such as the Bride and Lady Faire, don't seem to ''have'' real names.
28th Jul '16 5:59:14 AM Sharlee
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** Discussing the Jackson Fifty-Five, mercenary clones who provide security for Casino Infernale, may or may not be an example. Eddie and Molly discuss how it'll be a lot harder to defeat or avoid them if it does.

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** Discussing the The Jackson Fifty-Five, mercenary clones who provide security for Casino Infernale, may or may not be an example. Eddie and Molly discuss how it'll be a lot harder to defeat or avoid them if it does.this trope applies.
28th Jul '16 5:47:39 AM Sharlee
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** Moxton's Mistake -- A self-driven suit of Drood armor that [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters killed its own inventor]] and despises humanity.
27th Jul '16 7:53:35 PM karlofflugosi
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* FantasyKitchenSink: Psychics, aliens, spies, elves, gargoyles, werewolves, ghosts, zombies, angels, demons, Frankenstein's creations, witches, interdimensional mercenaries, Lovecraftian monstrosities, satanists, superscience of various stripes and a few superheroes to boot.

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* FantasyKitchenSink: Psychics, aliens, spies, elves, gargoyles, elementals, ghouls, trolls, ogres, gods, gorgons, werewolves, ghosts, zombies, angels, demons, Frankenstein's creations, witches, interdimensional mercenaries, Lovecraftian monstrosities, satanists, superscience of various stripes and a few superheroes to boot.
27th Jul '16 4:48:29 PM Sharlee
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* WeirdnessMagnet: Even by the standards of the Droods and the Greenverse, Eddie's had some ''extremely'' bizarre experiences. Becomes a self-perpetuating trope in ''Dr. [=DOA=]'''s BatmanColdOpem, in which Eddie is assigned to take down [[FortuneTeller Cassandra Inc.]] because he's so much this trope that there's no way that organization can predict what'll happen if he's involved.

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* WeirdnessMagnet: Even by the standards of the Droods and the Greenverse, Eddie's had some ''extremely'' bizarre experiences. Becomes a self-perpetuating trope in ''Dr. [=DOA=]'''s BatmanColdOpem, BatmanColdOpen, in which Eddie is assigned to take down [[FortuneTeller Cassandra Inc.]] because he's so much this trope that there's no way that organization can predict what'll happen if he's ''he's'' involved.
27th Jul '16 4:47:55 PM Sharlee
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* WeirdnessMagnet: Even by the standards of the Droods and the Greenverse, Eddie's had some ''extremely'' bizarre experiences. Becomes a self-perpetuating trope in ''Dr. [=DOA=]'''s BatmanColdOpem, in which Eddie is assigned to take down [[FortuneTeller Cassandra Inc.]] because he's so much this trope that there's no way that organization can predict what'll happen if he's involved.
22nd Jul '16 9:59:59 AM DaibhidC
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** All of the titles of the books are variations of ''Film/JamesBond'' titles. (''Property of a Lady Faire'' is the only one that isn't a movie title; "The Property of a Lady" was one of the stories in ''Literature/OctopussyAndTheLivingDaylights'', elements of which were used in the film of ''Film/Octopussy''.)

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** All of the titles of the books are variations of ''Film/JamesBond'' titles. (''Property of a Lady Faire'' is the only one that isn't a movie title; "The Property of a Lady" was one of the stories in ''Literature/OctopussyAndTheLivingDaylights'', elements of which were used in the film of ''Film/Octopussy''.''Film/{{Octopussy}}''.)
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