History Literature / TalesOfTheBranionRealm

30th Mar '18 9:41:19 AM Fichistas1952
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* ImColdSoCold: Justified by Demnor in ''The Stone Prince'' even ''before'' he nearly dies of battle wounds; he's a RebelPrince, and his very angry mother is the [[GodEmperor avatar]] of a fire god, able to withdraw Its warmth from her son.
1st Feb '18 6:44:10 AM Cryoclaste
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* Myth/CelticMythology: Several elements, particularly the prophetic Sight and Braniana's legendary brother [[{{Mabinogion}} Bran Bendigeid]].

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* Myth/CelticMythology: Several elements, particularly the prophetic Sight and Braniana's legendary brother [[{{Mabinogion}} [[Literature/{{Mabinogion}} Bran Bendigeid]].
10th Nov '17 9:04:06 PM acrobox
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* BadassPrincess: So many it's quicker to list the subversions: [=Book1=]!Kassandra (just a squire), Flairalynne (a royal bastard), Isolde (royal by marriage) and Llewellynne (daughter of an independent, elected Prince).



* WarriorPrince: Pretty much required for the royal family. Dovetails with BadassPrincess due to the unisex titles.

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* WarriorPrince: Pretty much required for the royal family. Dovetails with BadassPrincess Male and female due to the unisex titles.titles. So many it's quicker to list the subversions: [=Book1=]!Kassandra (just a squire), Flairalynne (a royal bastard), Isolde (royal by marriage) and Llewellynne (daughter of an independent, elected Prince).
1st Aug '17 3:26:29 PM CurledUpWithDakka
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* BadassPrincess: So many it's quicker to list the subversions: Book1!Kassandra (just a squire), Flairalynne (a royal bastard), Isolde (royal by marriage) and Llewellynne (daughter of an independent, elected Prince).

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* BadassPrincess: So many it's quicker to list the subversions: Book1!Kassandra [=Book1=]!Kassandra (just a squire), Flairalynne (a royal bastard), Isolde (royal by marriage) and Llewellynne (daughter of an independent, elected Prince).
10th Apr '17 5:05:40 PM DustSnitch
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* MeaningfulName: Rhys in book 3 -- the future Aristok, his name means "King" in Welsh and, presumably, Gwynethian. Also, since noble families are named for the mothers of their founders, the royal demigod surname [=DeMarian=] may be a [[{{Jesus}} shout-out]].

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* MeaningfulName: Rhys in book 3 -- the future Aristok, his name means "King" in Welsh and, presumably, Gwynethian. Also, since noble families are named for the mothers of their founders, the royal demigod surname [=DeMarian=] may be a [[{{Jesus}} [[UsefulNotes/{{Jesus}} shout-out]].
7th Oct '16 1:38:48 PM JenBurdoo
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* CadreOfForeignBodyguards: Subverted in Book 3 when the Triarctic Shield Knights, traditional royal bodyguards outlawed by their Essusiate ruler, cross the border to Gwyneth to protect his Triarctic bastard.

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* CadreOfForeignBodyguards: Subverted Inverted in Book 3 when the Triarctic Shield Knights, traditional royal bodyguards outlawed by their Essusiate ruler, cross the border to Gwyneth to protect his Triarctic bastard.
11th Jun '16 6:38:44 PM nombretomado
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A historical fantasy series by Canadian author Fiona Patton (wife of [[TanyaHuff Tanya Huff]]), focusing largely on the semidivine royal family of an [[FantasyCounterpartCulture alternate version]] of medieval Britain. Due to this, it contains a great many [[ReligionTropes Religion]] and [[RoyaltyAndNobilityTropes Royalty]] tropes.

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A historical fantasy series by Canadian author Fiona Patton (wife of [[TanyaHuff Tanya Huff]]), Creator/TanyaHuff), focusing largely on the semidivine royal family of an [[FantasyCounterpartCulture alternate version]] of medieval Britain. Due to this, it contains a great many [[ReligionTropes Religion]] and [[RoyaltyAndNobilityTropes Royalty]] tropes.
12th May '16 10:10:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* ChurchPolice: Essussiatism has actual Inquisitors, but the Triarchy has its own dungeons and heresy trials. Both have orders of KnightsTemplar to hunt down heretics.

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* ChurchPolice: Essussiatism has actual Inquisitors, but the Triarchy has its own dungeons and heresy trials. Both have orders of KnightsTemplar Knights Templar to hunt down heretics.
17th Oct '15 7:02:46 PM nombretomado
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* SheIsTheKing: Type 3. The sovereign of Branion is the Aristok, period, regardless of gender. Which makes sense since the first titleholder was a woman. Princes, Dukes, Knights, etc can all be female. So can the Essusiate [[ThePope Pontiff]].

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* SheIsTheKing: Type 3. The sovereign of Branion is the Aristok, period, regardless of gender. Which makes sense since the first titleholder was a woman. Princes, Dukes, Knights, etc can all be female. So can the Essusiate [[ThePope [[UsefulNotes/ThePope Pontiff]].
5th Jun '15 6:48:06 PM Fireblood
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A historical fantasy series by Canadian author Fiona Patton (partner of [[TanyaHuff Tanya Huff]]), focusing largely on the semidivine royal family of an [[FantasyCounterpartCulture alternate version]] of medieval Britain. Due to this, it contains a great many [[ReligionTropes Religion]] and [[RoyaltyAndNobilityTropes Royalty]] tropes.

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A historical fantasy series by Canadian author Fiona Patton (partner (wife of [[TanyaHuff Tanya Huff]]), focusing largely on the semidivine royal family of an [[FantasyCounterpartCulture alternate version]] of medieval Britain. Due to this, it contains a great many [[ReligionTropes Religion]] and [[RoyaltyAndNobilityTropes Royalty]] tropes.
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