History Literature / TheEdgeChronicles

14th Apr '16 12:22:36 AM morenohijazo
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* IWasNamedMyName: An understandably rare human example where Twig is captured as a pet for a Termagant Trog, while pretending to be unable to speak he starts chanting "Twig, Twig, Twig." which causes her to decide this is a good name for him.
6th Apr '16 7:35:38 AM Redyran
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* GambitPileUp: In Vox, all the enemy factions make their move at the same time to kill the librarians and each other; however, the librarians survive because the others were lured into a trap by the eponymous character. [spoiler: In the end, however, Vox himself is out-gambitted by the two he trusted the most.]]

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* GambitPileUp: In Vox, all the enemy factions make their move at the same time to kill the librarians and each other; however, the librarians survive because the others were lured into a trap by the eponymous character. [spoiler: [[spoiler: In the end, however, Vox himself is out-gambitted by the two he trusted the most.]]
31st Mar '16 6:08:42 AM SkyAyakashi
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* SkyPirates: Lots and lots of them [[spoiler:in the First Age of Flight]].

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* SkyPirates: Lots and lots of them [[spoiler:in the First Age of Flight]].Flight. They're still around in the Third Age, though they share little with the First Age sky pirates aside from the name]].
31st Mar '16 5:56:07 AM SkyAyakashi
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* {{Doorstopper}}: The Immortals is essentially a sequence of four novels (one for each city; Great Glade, Hive, Riverrise, and the Edge[[spoiler: Old Sanctaphrax]]) all bound together as a single book.

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* {{Doorstopper}}: The Immortals is essentially a sequence of four novels (one for each city; Great Glade, Hive, Riverrise, and the Edge[[spoiler: Old Edge[[spoiler:/Old Sanctaphrax]]) all bound together as a single book.
31st Mar '16 5:54:58 AM SkyAyakashi
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* {{Doorstopper}}: The Immortals is essentially a sequence of four novels (one for each city) all bound together as a single book.

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* {{Doorstopper}}: The Immortals is essentially a sequence of four novels (one for each city) city; Great Glade, Hive, Riverrise, and the Edge[[spoiler: Old Sanctaphrax]]) all bound together as a single book.
31st Mar '16 5:51:05 AM SkyAyakashi
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* GambitPileUp: In Vox, pretty much every enemy faction make their move at the same time to kill the librarians and each other, few of them does it because they were lured into a trap by the eponymous character and [[spoiler: Even him is getting backstabbed as part of Amberfuce's gambit when he decided to drown even the good guys.]]

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* GambitPileUp: In Vox, pretty much every all the enemy faction factions make their move at the same time to kill the librarians and each other, few of them does it other; however, the librarians survive because they the others were lured into a trap by the eponymous character and [[spoiler: Even him is getting backstabbed as part of Amberfuce's gambit when he decided to drown even character. [spoiler: In the good guys.end, however, Vox himself is out-gambitted by the two he trusted the most.]]
31st Mar '16 5:44:45 AM SkyAyakashi
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* DecapitationPresentation: [[spoiler: The goblin clan leaders get all their heads on a pike and shown as part of the goblins surrender to the free gliders.]] They deserved it.

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* DecapitationPresentation: [[spoiler: The goblin clan leaders get all their heads on a pike and shown as part of the goblins surrender to the free gliders.Freegladers.]] They deserved it.it.
** [[spoiler: The same thing happens to Kulltuft Warhammer in ''The Immortals'', except this time it is presented in a far more negative light. The culprit is even sentenced to capital punishment by being thrown over a waterfall in a barrel.]]



* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Linius Palitax's reaction when he realises he has unleashed the Gloamglozer.

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* MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Linius Palitax's Pallitax's reaction when he realises he has unleashed the Gloamglozer.



* ThePurge: Earth scholars, librarian knights.

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* ThePurge: Earth scholars, librarian knights.Earth-scholars in the First Age, and librarians in the Second Age.
14th Mar '16 11:50:22 AM Theriocephalus
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* TheLostWoods: The Deepwoods, the Twilight Woods, and the Nightwoods are all fitting examples of this trope.
** The Twilight Woods are shrouded in eternal twilight and slowly erase the memories and sense of self of those who cross them, and anyone who loses their path will wander in the forest forever.
** The Deepwoods are an ''enormous'' (later books show that they take up far more territory than all other lands in the Edge combined) and are teeming with dangerous peoples, monstrous predators and {{Man Eating Plant}}s.
** The Nightwoods are a forest beyond even the Deepwoods, dark and deadly and full of vicious waifs, found on the other side of the [[TheHedgeOfThorns Thorn Forests]]. An extremely dangerous crossing of the Nightwoods is also the only way to reach Riverrise.
13th Feb '16 10:14:15 PM Raptorslash
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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: Hekkle is a shryke (albeit a male one) who actively works for the good guys in ''The Last of the Sky Pirates''. Another good shryke, an unusually kindly female named Mother Bluegizzard, owns the New Bloodoak Tavern in ''Freeglader''.

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* MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: Hekkle is a shryke (albeit a male one) who actively works for the good guys in ''The Last of the Sky Pirates''. Another good shryke, an unusually kindly female named Mother Bluegizzard, owns the New Bloodoak Tavern in ''Freeglader''. Noticeably, Bluegizzard is the only female shryke seen in the series whose mate doesn't have a chain around his neck.
24th Jan '16 11:33:00 PM Raptorslash
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* TokenHeroicOrc: Mother Bluegizzard and Hekkle are good-natured shrykes who, in Hekkle's case, help the heroes against their own kind. Mother Horsefeather, while unpleasant and greedy, is also nowhere near as vile or bloodthirsty as the shrykes encountered later in the series.
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