History Literature / SpectralShadows

5th Nov '16 9:25:56 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: A lot. Villains, heroes, protagonists, a lot of characters either have their defining bad ass moments, or are just a badass in general.
27th May '16 3:33:56 AM MacronNotes
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* {{Blondes are Evil}}: Michelle in Serial 11. Subverted by Kacey.
11th May '16 3:29:22 PM Josef5678
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'''Spectral Shadows''' is an online web serial that first made its debut on its Live Journal page on June 5, 2004. Currently planned for 34 parts, but so far only serial 1 has been completed, with serial 2 being incomplete and on indefinite hold due to the author not only having insufficient knowledge to write it, but also finding more popularity in catering to and parodying the UsefulNotes/{{Furry Fandom}} with serial 11, the current "active serial".

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'''Spectral Shadows''' ''Spectral Shadows'' is an online web serial that first made its debut on its Live Journal page on June 5, 2004. Currently planned for 34 parts, but so far only serial 1 has been completed, with serial 2 being incomplete and on indefinite hold due to the author not only having insufficient knowledge to write it, but also finding more popularity in catering to and parodying the UsefulNotes/{{Furry Fandom}} with serial 11, the current "active serial".
2nd May '16 5:40:28 PM Nikolinni
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* {{Vigilante Man}}: Saint Saffron is easily this; The Shadow Cat may also fit this trope, but he'd be an inversion given that he doesn't harm innocents, let alone actually kill anyone (unless possessed by the spirit of his armor).



* {{Vigilante Man}}: Saint Saffron is easily this; The Shadow Cat may also fit this trope, but he'd be an inversion given that he doesn't harm innocents, let alone actually kill anyone (unless possessed by the spirit of his armor).
2nd May '16 5:38:00 PM Nikolinni
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* FrickinLaserBeams: Blair's castle defenses shoots lasers.

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* FrickinLaserBeams: {{Frickin Laser Beams}}: Blair's castle defenses shoots lasers.Castle's defenses.



* {{Frickin Laser Beams}}: Blair's Castle's defenses.

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* {{Frickin Laser Beams}}: Blair's Castle's defenses.{{Genre Busting}}: It can be said to be a scifi fantasy soap opera, but the Serials themselves are planned to cover multiple genres, and Serial 11 seems to have multiple Genres in itself. Not only that, but the author makes the Badass Boast on her LiveJournal that if someone claims two genres fused together cannot work she'll do it just to prove that it can be done.



* {{Grand Finale}}: Serial No. 34, "I Pity Inanimate Objects", is the intended series final.



* {{Guy On Guy Is Hot}}: Subverted by the fact that on Cygnus, two men cannot have sex at all.
** Supposedly, this is a belief of the "Pure Human Fandom" leading to dangerous, life threatening practices and the use of unsafe devices made by the "Peach Fuzz" corporation.

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* {{Guy On Guy Is Hot}}: Subverted by the fact that While most on Cygnus, two men cannot have sex at all.
** Supposedly, this
Cygnus would think Guy on Guy is a belief abhorrent there are some, namely members of the "Pure Human Fandom" Fandom", who think this is, leading to dangerous, life threatening practices and the use of various unsafe devices made by the "Peach Fuzz" corporation.practices.



* {{Horror Literature}}: The Story tends to dip into this genre at times.



** Subverted by the Native Polithesians, whom were even favored by Omman-Ra.



* {{Hyperspace Arsenal}}: The Omman Knights' cloaks enable this.

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* {{Hyperspace Arsenal}}: The Omman Knights' cloaks enable this.this, as they effectively act as a mini-portal between themselves and their Soundchasers.




* [[{{MaleToFemaleUniversalAdaptor}} Male-to-Female-Universal-Adaptor]]: In the case of Cygnus. The way they mate is similar to humans, yet contains several key differences from human sex. Though Cygnusians are fully capable of mating with humans.



* {{Magic Versus Science}}: The series seems to follow this at points (or at least, some characters subscribe to this belief), but it's eventually subverted as characters that use magic (like Sir Jon and Christine) reveal that magic is actually just another science in of itself.



* [[{{MaleToFemaleUniversalAdaptor}} Male-to-Female-Universal-Adaptor]]: In the case of Cygnus. The way they mate is similar to humans, yet contains several key differences from human sex. Though Cygnusians are fully capable of mating with humans.



* {{Vigilante Man}}: Saint Saffron is easily this; The Shadow Cat may also fit this trope, but he'd be an inversion given that he doesn't harm innocents, let alone actually kill anyone (unless possessed by the spirit of his armor).
* {{Voluntary Shapeshifting}}: It's suggested that Time Captains can do this.



* {{Vigilante Man}}: Saint Saffron is easily this; The Shadow Cat may also fit this trope, but he'd be an inversion given that he doesn't harm innocents, let alone actually kill anyone (unless possessed by the spirit of his armor).
* {{Voluntary Shapeshifting}}: It's suggested that Time Captains can do this.
2nd May '16 5:18:59 PM Nikolinni
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* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.
* {{Deal With the Devil}}: Axel Rhoades, Christine's cousin, is said to be doing this for power and youth. Luscious Rhoades and [[spoiler: Blair Montgomery]] are also dealing with some evil forces for their own goals as well.

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* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.
* {{Deal With the Devil}}: Axel Rhoades, Christine's cousin, is said to be doing this for power and youth. Luscious Rhoades and [[spoiler: Blair Montgomery]] are also dealing with some evil forces for their own goals as well.well.
* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.



* DispelMagic: Belief is what gives magic its power. So it is actually possible to dispel magic with enough ''disbelief''.

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* DispelMagic: {{Dispel Magic}}: Belief is what gives magic its power. So it is actually possible to dispel magic with enough ''disbelief''.



* {{Ensemble Cast}}

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* {{Ensemble Cast}}Cast}}: Practically any named character gets their fair share of the screen time.


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* {{Fantastic Racism}}: Most Town folk are like this towards mutants; Leela/Saint Saffron is a shining example of this.


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* FrickinLaserBeams: Blair's castle defenses shoots lasers.
2nd May '16 5:00:22 PM Nikolinni
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* {{Adult Fear}}: What caused [[spoiler: Christine to lose her memories.]] We'd also say Father Mouse ''massacring'' the Webberton School full of innocent Webbertonian kittens works for this.
* {{Aerith and Bob}}: In Serial 1 we have Jonathan Ommandeer, and Raelian Ommandeer. Then there's Shane and his robotic companion, Rocie.
* {{All There In The Manual}}: Information regarding other characters not seen and Serials yet to be written can only be learned about by reading the extra stuff on the LiveJournal Pages.
* {{The Alliance}}: as an adult, pre-serial 11, Christine James was an ambassador for an interplanetary rebellion against the [[{{TheEmpire}} Astral Pirates' Empire]].
* {{Alternate Universe}}: {{Word of God}} says that the "Somebody Else's Dream AKA The Episodes From Hell" story arc in Serial 11 is this.



* {{Amazing Technicolor Population}}: Various places in the serial, especially The Aslander School of Magic, and Cygnus.



* [[{{AndNowForSomethingCompletelyDifferent}} And Now For Something Completely Different]]: Serial 11 might come off as this, especially in comparison to S1 and S2.
* {{AllThereInTheManual}}: Information regarding other characters not seen and Serials yet to be written can only be learned about by reading the extra stuff on the LiveJournal Pages.
* {{Author Appeal}}: Many of the plots were created by the author to voice their political and ethical opinions as well a {{Take That}} to society, fandoms, and people from their life.
** In addition, there's a huge amount of allusions, references, and in jokes to pretty much anything the author likes or has liked in their life.
* {{Author Filibuster}}: Serial 11 is this easily in comparison to the other Serials.
* {{Ascended Fanfic}}: Considering it began as a Bambi fanfic and directly adopted characters and elements from My Little Pony, Doctor Who, The Get Along Gang, Mega Man, Sailor Moon, Progressive Rock songs, The Secret of Nimh, Disney and too many others to name before being slightly changed to its current form, it could be seen as the biggest example of this trope as well as a {{Mega Cross Over}}.
* {{Adult Fear}}: What caused [[spoiler: Christine to lose her memories.]] We'd also say Father Mouse ''massacring'' the Webberton School full of innocent Webbertonian kittens works for this.



* {{Animorphism}}: Early in Serial 11 Christine James undergoes the transformation into Christine Rhoades, her fursona.

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* {{And Now For Something Completely Different}}: Serial 11 might come off as this, especially in comparison to S1 and S2.
* {{Animorphism}}: Early in Serial 11 Christine James undergoes the transformation into Christine Rhoades, her fursona.



* {{The Alliance}}: as an adult, pre-serial 11, Christine James was an ambassador for an interplanetary rebellion against the [[{{TheEmpire}} Astral Pirates' Empire]].
* {{Alternate Universe}}: {{Word of God}} says that the "Somebody Else's Nightmare" story arc in Serial 11 is this.
* {{Amazing Technicolor Population}}: Various places in the serial, especially The Aslander School of Magic, and Cygnus.

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* {{The Alliance}}: as an adult, pre-serial 11, Christine James was an ambassador for an interplanetary rebellion against the [[{{TheEmpire}} Astral Pirates' Empire]].
* {{Alternate Universe}}: {{Word
{{Aristocrats Are Evil}}: A lot of God}} says that the "Somebody Else's Nightmare" story arc upper class and ruling families in Serial 11 is this.
* {{Amazing Technicolor Population}}: Various places in
are pretty morally bad. Sir Jon and the serial, especially The Aslander School rest of Magic, and Cygnus.the Rhoades Family are a subversion of this as well as Jenny after her first appearance.



* {{Aerith and Bob}}: In Serial 1 we have Jonathan Ommandeer, and Raelian Ommandeer. Then there's Shane and his robotic companion, Rocie.



* {{Author Avatar}}: Over in Serial 11 we see a white, long blue haired female rabbit named Twee Galaxy, or according to her driver's license, Perri Prinz, which mirrors the author's screen name on {{Second Life}} and shares many of the author's experiences, opinions, and even the same online lover.
** This also applies to Perry Rhoades who was the author's original self-insert
** [[spoiler: Ra is also this.]]

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* {{Author Avatar}}: Over in Serial 11 we see {{Ascended Fanfic}}: Considering it began as a white, long blue haired female rabbit named Twee Galaxy, or according Bambi fanfic and directly adopted characters and elements from My Little Pony, Doctor Who, The Get Along Gang, Mega Man, Sailor Moon, Progressive Rock songs, The Secret of Nimh, Disney and too many others to her driver's license, Perri Prinz, which mirrors the author's screen name on {{Second Life}} and shares many of before being slightly changed to its current form, it could be seen as the author's experiences, opinions, and even biggest example of this trope as well as a {{Mega Cross Over}}.
* {{Asshole Victim}}: Dr. Reinhart whenever Christine manages to put him in his place, especially if it follows
the same online lover.
** This also applies to Perry Rhoades
Doctor's mistreatment of Kacey. The conspirators who was the author's original self-insert
** [[spoiler: Ra is also this.]]
get offed out in No Fur's Land could qualify as well, given that they were willing to kill Princess Jenny to start a war.



* {{Author Appeal}}: Many of the plots were created by the author to voice their political and ethical opinions as well a {{Take That}} to society, fandoms, and people from their life.
** In addition, there's a huge amount of allusions, references, and in jokes to pretty much anything the author likes or has liked in their life.
* {{Author Avatar}}: Over in Serial 11 we see a white, long blue haired female rabbit named Twee Galaxy, or according to her driver's license, Perri Prinz, which mirrors the author's screen name on {{Second Life}} and shares many of the author's experiences, opinions, and even the same online lover.
** This also applies to Perry Rhoades who was the author's original self-insert
** [[spoiler: Ra is also this.]]
* {{Author Filibuster}}: Serial 11 is this easily in comparison to the other Serials at times.



* {{Bad Future}}: Lappina gets a glimpse at this in the Chamber of Three Doors.
* {{Badass}}: A lot. Villains, heroes, protagonists, a lot of characters either have their defining bad ass moments, or are just a badass in general.



* {{Bad Future}}: Lappina gets a glimpse at this in the Chamber of Three Doors.



* {{Because Destiny Says So}}: Why Christine must eventually return to the past and pull her {{Heroic Sacrifice}}. Justified in that Christine's Heroic Sacrifice is part of established history, and never returning to do so can potentially undo the future and cause all sorts of temporal issues.



* {{Because Destiny Says So}}: Why Christine must eventually return to the past and pull her {{Heroic Sacrifice}}.



* {{Bigger on the Inside}}: The Rhoades Mansion is supposed to be like this.
* [[{{BigShutUp}} Big "Shut Up!"]]: Queen Sonny pulls this off in Ep 55 when the reporters and other civilians of Suburbia keep clamoring too much and she needs to get their attention. It works without a hitch, seeing as Suburbians see Sonny as their mother figure and she hardly ever yells or shouts.

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* {{Bigger on the Inside}}: The Rhoades Mansion is supposed to be like this.
* [[{{BigShutUp}} Big "Shut Up!"]]: Queen Sonny pulls this off in Ep 55 when the reporters and other civilians of Suburbia keep clamoring too much and she needs to get their attention. It works without a hitch, seeing as Suburbians see Sonny as their mother figure and she hardly ever yells or shouts. shouts.
* {{Bigger on the Inside}}: The Rhoades Mansion is supposed to be like this.



* BlandNameProduct: One drink Vicki holds in an image is said to be called "Cozi-Cola".

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* BlandNameProduct: {{Bland Name Product}}: One drink Vicki holds in an image is said to be called "Cozi-Cola".



* BodyHorror: The effect of Red Rain on the living. Also Blair's forced transformation of [[spoiler: his two Noirian Thugs after they've failed him]].
* BrainlessBeauty: Inverted by a lot of characters that are beautiful, such as Michelle Duarte in S11, but aren't stupid at all.
* {{Brainwashed}}: [[spoiler: happens to Miyan, Lappina, and Kara]].
* BritishStuffiness: Camelot, dear boy.
* {{Break the Cutie}}: What happened to a [[spoiler: young Christine]].
* BridalCarry: How Perry carries Lappina upstairs in one scene. He also most likely carries Kacey in this fashion following the squnk's first encounter with Christine.
* BrokenRecord: "I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery."
* CallBack: In Serial 1, Shane warns his new squires, Jon and Rael, that they should be put to sleep while their bodies are transformed into an anthro form due to the extreme pain of the process. Sir Jon brings this up to Christine when she turns from a human to a Cygnusian Fox. Christine decides to stay awake and [[{{Squick}} safe to say he was correct]].

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* BodyHorror: {{Body Horror}}: The effect of Red Rain on the living. Also Blair's forced transformation of [[spoiler: his two Noirian Thugs after they've failed him]].
* BrainlessBeauty: {{Brainless Beauty}}: Inverted by a lot of characters that are beautiful, such as Michelle Duarte Duarte, Christine Rhoades, Vicki Anderson, and more in S11, but aren't stupid at all.S11.
* {{Brainwashed}}: [[spoiler: happens to Miyan, Lappina, and Kara]].
* BritishStuffiness: Camelot, dear boy.
Kara]].
* {{Break the Cutie}}: What happened to a [[spoiler: young Christine]].
Christine]].
* BridalCarry: {{Bridal Carry}}: How Perry carries Lappina upstairs in one scene. He also most likely carries Kacey in this fashion following the squnk's first encounter with Christine.
* BrokenRecord: {{British Stuffiness}}: Camelot, dear boy.
* {{Broken Record}}:
"I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery."
* CallBack: {{Call Back}}: In Serial 1, Shane warns his new squires, Jon and Rael, that they should be put to sleep while their bodies are transformed into an anthro form due to the extreme pain of the process. Sir Jon brings this up to Christine when she turns from a human to a Cygnusian Fox. Christine decides to stay awake and [[{{Squick}} safe to say he was correct]].



* {{Character Development}}: Rael, Jon, Christine, Vicki, Kacey, Ratzo, Clover Lappina, heck any named character has a fair chance at eventually undergoing this. [[spoiler: Lappina even got to the point where she confessed all her crimes to Ratzo [=DiCaro=], a Norian Detective. To the Noiran religion, this is akin to a sinner fully disclosing all sins to a clergyman. Keep in mind that Lappina used to be a gang member]].



* {{Character Development}}: Rael, Jon, Christine, Vicki, Kacey, Ratzo, Clover Lappina, heck any named character has a fair chance at eventually undergoing this. [[spoiler: Lappina even got to the point where she confessed all her crimes to Ratzo [=DiCaro=], a Norian Detective. To the Noiran religion, this is akin to a sinner fully disclosing all sins to a clergyman. Keep in mind that Lappina used to be a gang member]].



* {{Crapsack World}}: Cygnus, since it is {{After the End}}, and not everything is as it seems with the towns.
* {{Crapsaccharine World}}: Some of the towns can be seen as this.

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* {{Crapsaccharine World}}: Some of the towns can be seen as this.
* {{Crapsack World}}: Cygnus, since it is {{After the End}}, and not everything is as it seems with the towns. \n* {{Crapsaccharine World}}: Some of the towns can be seen as this.



* {{Deal With the Devil}}: Axel Rhoades, Christine's cousin, is said to be doing this for power and youth. Luscious Rhoades and [[spoiler: Blair Montgomery]] are also dealing with some evil forces for their own goals as well.
* {{Death is a Slap on the Wrist}}: Serial 2 has this a lot, as a player killed in The Aslander game will just respawn the next day, if they have any spare lives of course.
* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.

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* {{Death is a Slap on the Wrist}}: Serial 2 has this a lot, as a player killed in The Aslander game will just respawn the next day, if they have any spare lives of course.
* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.
* {{Deal With the Devil}}: Axel Rhoades, Christine's cousin, is said to be doing this for power and youth. Luscious Rhoades and [[spoiler: Blair Montgomery]] are also dealing with some evil forces for their own goals as well. \n* {{Death is a Slap on the Wrist}}: Serial 2 has this a lot, as a player killed in The Aslander game will just respawn the next day, if they have any spare lives of course. \n* {{Death Seeker}}: Ian is described as this on the Livejournal's Character Sheet.
24th Apr '16 10:01:42 PM Nikolinni
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%%* {{Bare Your Midriff}}:

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%%* * {{Bare Your Midriff}}: Tabby's outfit in Serial 2; Saint Saffron's default outfit, and Willow's and Melanie's brothel outfits in Serial 11 feature this as well.



%%* BeeAfraid: Blair Montgomery's "Secret Weapon".



* {{Fanfic}}: In the form of an {{Alternate Universe Fic}} named ''Fanfic/{{Cyberdine Dreams}}'' by Niko Linni.
** ...which has been discontinued and re-rebranded under the Dream Parallax name. Its still an Alternate Universe Fic, however.

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* {{Fanfic}}: In {{Fan Nickname}}: "Cygnusian" never actually appears anywhere in the form of an {{Alternate Universe Fic}} named ''Fanfic/{{Cyberdine Dreams}}'' by Niko Linni.
** ...which has been discontinued
story, however it is used to refer to the aliens on Cygnus both in discussions and re-rebranded under on the Dream Parallax name. Its still an Alternate Universe Fic, however.wiki.
20th Mar '16 3:33:54 PM Aiguille
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* {{In Media Res}}: Serial 11 pretty much begins like this.

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* {{In Media Res}}: InMediasRes: Serial 11 pretty much begins like this.
28th Aug '15 1:21:07 PM phoenix
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* {{Bare Your Midriff}}:

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* %%* {{Bare Your Midriff}}:



* {{Berserk Button}}: Never threaten Christine's friends (Or try to use their pain to get back at her [[spoiler: as Reinhart tries to do to Kacey after Christine rejects him]]). Putting any of Sir Jon's friends or family in danger is a foolish idea as well. Also, don't act a bunch of hypocritical children around Miss Sonny. She's nice, but if you push her buttons...

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%%* BeeAfraid: Blair Montgomery's "Secret Weapon".
* {{Berserk Button}}: BerserkButton: Never threaten Christine's friends (Or try to use their pain to get back at her [[spoiler: as Reinhart tries to do to Kacey after Christine rejects him]]). Putting any of Sir Jon's friends or family in danger is a foolish idea as well. Also, don't act a bunch of hypocritical children around Miss Sonny. She's nice, but if you push her buttons...



* {{Big Bad}}: There's Omega the Crimson King in Serial 2, a "Malignant Entity" [[spoiler: who's actually Makura]] in Serial 4, Dr. Penning seems to be this, at least to Rael in Serial 7, [[spoiler: Blair]] seems to be set up as the possible Big Bad for 11, [[spoiler: Dorothy Rhoades]] in Serial 13, the unnamed reptilian crime lord for 14, Dr. Penglous [[spoiler: who's just Dr. Penning regenerated]] in Serial 18, The Black Widow computer in Serial 31, and Dr. Penning, The Black Widow, and the Astral Pirates in Serial 32. The Astral Pirates also serve as a major antagonistic force for most of the serials involving Chikyu.
** {{Bigger Bad}}: Salocin.
* {{Big Good}}: Sir Jon and Miss Sonny in Serial 11. Shane in Serial 1 could be this. And then there's the Fox Fairy King in Serial 2.

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* {{Big Bad}}: BigBad: There's Omega the Crimson King in Serial 2, a "Malignant Entity" [[spoiler: who's actually Makura]] in Serial 4, Dr. Penning seems to be this, at least to Rael in Serial 7, [[spoiler: Blair]] seems to be set up as the possible Big Bad for 11, [[spoiler: Dorothy Rhoades]] in Serial 13, the unnamed reptilian crime lord for 14, Dr. Penglous [[spoiler: who's just Dr. Penning regenerated]] in Serial 18, The Black Widow computer in Serial 31, and Dr. Penning, The Black Widow, and the Astral Pirates in Serial 32. The Astral Pirates also serve as a major antagonistic force for most of the serials involving Chikyu.
** {{Bigger Bad}}: BiggerBad: Salocin.
* {{Big Good}}: BigGood: Sir Jon and Miss Sonny in Serial 11. Shane in Serial 1 could be this. And then there's the Fox Fairy King in Serial 2.



* {{Body Horror}}: The effect of Red Rain on the living. Also Blair's forced transformation of [[spoiler: his two Noirian Thugs after they've failed him]].
* {{Brainless Beauty}}: Inverted by a lot of characters that are beautiful, such as Michelle Duarte in S11, but aren't stupid at all.

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* {{Body Horror}}: BodyHorror: The effect of Red Rain on the living. Also Blair's forced transformation of [[spoiler: his two Noirian Thugs after they've failed him]].
* {{Brainless Beauty}}: BrainlessBeauty: Inverted by a lot of characters that are beautiful, such as Michelle Duarte in S11, but aren't stupid at all.



* {{British Stuffiness}}: Camelot, dear boy.

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* {{British Stuffiness}}: BritishStuffiness: Camelot, dear boy.



* {{Bridal Carry}}: How Perry carries Lappina upstairs in one scene. He also most likely carries Kacey in this fashion following the squnk's first encounter with Christine.
* {{Broken Record}}: "I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery."
* {{Call Back}}: In Serial 1, Shane warns his new squires, Jon and Rael, that they should be put to sleep while their bodies are transformed into an anthro form due to the extreme pain of the process. Sir Jon brings this up to Christine when she turns from a human to a Cygnusian Fox. Christine decides to stay awake and [[{{Squick}} safe to say he was correct]].

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* {{Bridal Carry}}: BridalCarry: How Perry carries Lappina upstairs in one scene. He also most likely carries Kacey in this fashion following the squnk's first encounter with Christine.
* {{Broken Record}}: BrokenRecord: "I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery. I have never met Blair Montgomery."
* {{Call Back}}: CallBack: In Serial 1, Shane warns his new squires, Jon and Rael, that they should be put to sleep while their bodies are transformed into an anthro form due to the extreme pain of the process. Sir Jon brings this up to Christine when she turns from a human to a Cygnusian Fox. Christine decides to stay awake and [[{{Squick}} safe to say he was correct]].



* [[{{EverythingsWorseWithBees}} Everything's Worse With Bees]]: Blair Montgomery's "Secret Weapon".
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