History Literature / TheHoundsOfTheMorrigan

27th Mar '16 1:03:27 PM LordGro
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* The SugarBowl: The land in the hidden valley. The more [[{{Oireland}} Disney-Oirish]] aspects and locations of the quest.

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* The SugarBowl: The land in the hidden valley. The more [[{{Oireland}} Disney-Oirish]] aspects and locations of the quest.
27th Mar '16 1:02:36 PM LordGro
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* ForTheEvulz: All three Morrigan sisters. However, they ''feed off corpses,'' so causing as much havoc still does serve them.
27th Mar '16 1:01:50 PM LordGro
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%% * TheHecateSisters: the Morrigan

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* IrishNames: Unless you ''are'' Irish, we recommend giving this page a good once-over before reading this book.
27th Mar '16 1:00:32 PM LordGro
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* DevelopmentHell: The book took ''ten years'' to write. The author even tried to write a sequel, but it never quite materialized.
27th Mar '16 12:59:12 PM LordGro
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* NamesTheSame: Boodie points out early on what a good name Brigit has, because she shares it with a goddess named Brigit. [[spoiler: Boodie ''is'' that goddess.]]
27th Mar '16 12:58:13 PM LordGro
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* AmusingInjuries: Puddeneen does not like hammers.
* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: [[spoiler:Causes Fowler to make a HeelFaceTurn.]]

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* %%* AmusingInjuries: Puddeneen does not like hammers.
* %%* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe: [[spoiler:Causes Fowler to make a HeelFaceTurn.]]



* BilingualBonus: A great many if you happen to speak Gaelic. If not, the back of the book provides a handy glossary and pronounciation guide which explains the name meanings, as well.

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* %%* BilingualBonus: A great many if you happen to speak Gaelic. If not, the back of the book provides a handy glossary and pronounciation guide which explains the name meanings, as well.



* ButtMonkey: The poor Seargent. Perhaps by nipping into illegal whiskey he's asking for it, but...

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* %%* ButtMonkey: The poor Seargent. Perhaps by nipping into illegal whiskey he's asking for it, but...



* CunningLikeAFox: Cooroo, of course.

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* %%* CunningLikeAFox: Cooroo, of course.Cooroo.



* [[spoiler: EveryoneJoinTheParty]]: [[spoiler: The Seven Maines, Maeve and Ailill (the Weeping Woman and her gander, plus her men who were ducks), Finn and Daire, all their friends, Boodie and Patsy, and Cathbad the Druid.]]

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* [[spoiler: EveryoneJoinTheParty]]: %%* EveryoneJoinTheParty: [[spoiler: The Seven Maines, Maeve and Ailill (the Weeping Woman and her gander, plus her men who were ducks), Finn and Daire, all their friends, Boodie and Patsy, and Cathbad the Druid.]]



* TheFairFolk

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* %%* TheFairFolk



* FunetikAksent: A number of characters have them.

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* %%* FunetikAksent: A number of characters have them.



* HappyRain
* TheHecateSisters: the Morrigan
* HellHotel: [[spoiler: Castle Durance.]]
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: Fowler, [[spoiler: BecauseYouWereNiceToMe.]]
* [[spoiler: InnOfNoReturn]]: The original designs of Castle Durance.

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* %%* HappyRain
%% * TheHecateSisters: the Morrigan
* %%* HellHotel: [[spoiler: Castle Durance.]]
* [[spoiler:HeelFaceTurn]]: %%* HeelFaceTurn: Fowler, [[spoiler: BecauseYouWereNiceToMe.]]
* [[spoiler: InnOfNoReturn]]: %%* InnOfNoReturn: The original designs of Castle Durance.



* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Many characters on the side of good give Pidge and Brigit items in this fashion early on.

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* %%* ItMayHelpYouOnYourQuest: Many characters on the side of good give Pidge and Brigit items in this fashion early on.



* LittleMissBadass: Brigit envisions herself as one.
* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Pidge and Brigit meet a ''lot'' of people on the road.

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* %%* LittleMissBadass: Brigit envisions herself as one.
* %%* LoadsAndLoadsOfCharacters: Pidge and Brigit meet a ''lot'' of people on the road.



* NoAccountingForTaste: Hannah and Corny, but this is noted by Corny as applying mostly on wash day. Any other day, Hannah is a perfectly nice lady.

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* %%* NoAccountingForTaste: Hannah and Corny, but this is noted by Corny as applying mostly on wash day. Any other day, Hannah is a perfectly nice lady.



* NotSoStoic: The Seargent, when his WeirdnessCensor starts to fail.

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* %%* NotSoStoic: The Seargent, when his WeirdnessCensor starts to fail.



* PrecisionFStrike: "You're a ''damned'' fool."

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* %%* PrecisionFStrike: "You're a ''damned'' fool."



* RealityChangingMiniature: The table the Morrigan sisters use.
* RoadSignReversal: The very first trick Macha and Bodhb try to pull on Pidge. It's much eerier than the usual examples, because, of course, they have magic.
* SealedEvilInACan: Olc-Glas. His release is something they want to ''prevent.''
* SealedGoodInACan: [[spoiler: The Irish Elk.]]

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* %%* RealityChangingMiniature: The table the Morrigan sisters use.
* RoadSignReversal: The very first trick Macha and Bodhb try to pull on Pidge. It's much eerier than the usual examples, because, of course, because they have magic.
* %%* SealedEvilInACan: Olc-Glas. His release is something they want to ''prevent.''
* %%* SealedGoodInACan: [[spoiler: The Irish Elk.]]



* The SugarBowl: the land in the hidden valley. The more [[{{Oireland}} Disney-Oirish]] aspects and locations of the quest.

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* The SugarBowl: the The land in the hidden valley. The more [[{{Oireland}} Disney-Oirish]] aspects and locations of the quest.



* TeamPet: Cooroo, once he joins the team.

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* %%* TeamPet: Cooroo, once he joins the team.



* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: The Third Valley, ''definitely.'' And, possibly, [[spoiler: the Morrigan's labyrinth, though Mossie Flynn takes care of that unintentionally.]]
* [[spoiler: VictoryGuidedAmnesia]]: [[spoiler: Although the Dagda takes away Pidge and Brigit's memories, he favors them after. Cooroo comes back as their friend, though he can no longer talk to them, and Dagda sends them rainbows just for them.]]
* WeirdnessCensor: The Seargent attempts to maintain his for quite a while, blaming poteen, before he finally realizes there's nothing he can do.

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* %%* TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon: The Third Valley, ''definitely.'' And, possibly, [[spoiler: the Morrigan's labyrinth, though Mossie Flynn takes care of that unintentionally.]]
* [[spoiler: VictoryGuidedAmnesia]]: VictoryGuidedAmnesia: [[spoiler: Although the Dagda takes away Pidge and Brigit's memories, he favors them after. Cooroo comes back as their friend, though he can no longer talk to them, and Dagda sends them rainbows just for them.]]
* %%* WeirdnessCensor: The Seargent attempts to maintain his for quite a while, blaming poteen, before he finally realizes there's nothing he can do.
20th Mar '16 12:51:47 PM AgProv
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* The SugarBowl: the land in the hidden valley. The more [[Oireland Disney-Oireland]] aspects and locations of the quest.

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* The SugarBowl: the land in the hidden valley. The more [[Oireland Disney-Oireland]] [[{{Oireland}} Disney-Oirish]] aspects and locations of the quest.
20th Mar '16 12:50:53 PM AgProv
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* The SugarBowl: the land in the hidden valley. The more [[Oireland Disney-Oireland]] aspects and locations of the quest.
31st Dec '15 6:10:46 PM AgProv
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* LaserGuidedAmnesia: this is done to Pidge and Brigit at the end, as a kindness to them, so that they can walk completely in the human world without being troubled by memories or wanting to return to Faerie. They meet the red fox again and even give him saudsages to eat, and are troubled by an odd sense they've met him before, but Cooroo doesn't let on.
3rd May '15 6:08:41 PM Smurfton
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''The Hounds of the Morrigan'' is a fantasy novel from 1985, written by Pat O'Shea. It's [[DoorStopper big]], it's [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism whimsical,]] and it contains more references to [[CelticMythology Irish Mythology]] than you can shake a stick at. The very plot itself revolves around the Celtic Goddess of War trying to absorb an ancient demon into her soul so that she becomes unstoppable.

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''The Hounds of the Morrigan'' is a fantasy novel from 1985, written by Pat O'Shea. It's [[DoorStopper big]], it's [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism whimsical,]] and it contains more references to [[CelticMythology [[Myth/CelticMythology Irish Mythology]] than you can shake a stick at. The very plot itself revolves around the Celtic Goddess of War trying to absorb an ancient demon into her soul so that she becomes unstoppable.
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