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28th Nov '16 7:41:54 PM kataangluvr
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* ForcefulHaircut: Implied with Resa after she tried to escape.


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* LargeHam: Capricorn is deliciously hammy in the film adaptation.


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* TraumaticHaircut: Implied with Resa after she tried to escape.
28th Nov '16 7:30:56 PM kataangluvr
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* ForcefulHaircut: Implied with Resa after she tried to escape.


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* ShipTease: When they're on screen together, Meggie and Farid have some of this. [[spoiler:Given what happens in ''Inkdeath'', Farid/Meggie shippers may enjoy these moments.]]
28th Nov '16 7:22:17 PM kataangluvr
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Flatnose is surprised that Capricorn wants to execute Toto just for barking at him.


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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Flatnose is a lot sillier in the movie than his book counterpart.
28th Nov '16 6:55:56 PM kataangluvr
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* VictoriaSecretCompartment: Mortola keeps the key to Resa's chains in her cleavage.

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* VictoriaSecretCompartment: VictoriasSecretCompartment: Mortola keeps the key to Resa's chains in her cleavage.
28th Nov '16 6:55:35 PM kataangluvr
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* {{Flanderization}}: A few characters undergo this treatment.
** Dustfinger's desire to go home pushes him to do things like lie about Resa's whereabouts in order to get another copy ''Inkheart'' and be read back into it. The bond he forged with Meggie in the book is completely ignored.
** Elinor's bibliophilia is taken to an extreme degree when she and her family are captured by Capricorn's men. While she was upset over the destruction of her books in the novel, she showed earlier signs that she cared about what happened to Mo and Meggie.


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* VictoriaSecretCompartment: Mortola keeps the key to Resa's chains in her cleavage.
27th Nov '16 2:05:28 PM kataangluvr
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* AdaptationPersonalityChange: While Dustfinger was somewhat likable and had an understandable motive for what he did, he acts more selfish and isn't concerned about other people. He does go through some development and starts caring about Meggie and Farid.
27th Nov '16 12:33:20 PM kataangluvr
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* RomanticRunnerUp: [[spoiler:Doria becomes Meggie's boyfriend in ''Inkdeath'' after the harsh ShipSinking Meggie/Faird went through.]]

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* RomanticRunnerUp: [[spoiler:Doria becomes Meggie's boyfriend in ''Inkdeath'' after the harsh ShipSinking Meggie/Faird Meggie/Farid went through.]]
27th Nov '16 12:32:57 PM kataangluvr
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* RomanticRunnerUp: [[spoiler:Doria becomes Meggie's boyfriend in ''Inkdeath'' after the harsh ShipSinking Meggie/Faird went through.]]
28th Oct '16 4:16:48 PM dlchen145
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** But Mo gets a whopping dose, especially in the last book. In the first book, he's a goofy and loving dad, if [[HiddenDepths sad underneath]], and while he may be [[TallDarkAndHandsome physically imposing]], he's a thoroughly [[BookWorm nerdy]] NonActionGuy. He starts to undergo some alarming changes in book 2, and by book 3 he is a complete {{Badass}}, and sometimes just an [[JerkAss ass]]. He finally does find a happy medium, though, going back to his old life [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore as much as he can]].

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** But Mo gets a whopping dose, especially in the last book. In the first book, he's a goofy and loving dad, if [[HiddenDepths sad underneath]], and while he may be [[TallDarkAndHandsome physically imposing]], he's a thoroughly [[BookWorm nerdy]] NonActionGuy. He starts to undergo some alarming changes in book 2, and by book 3 he is a complete {{Badass}}, badass, and sometimes just an [[JerkAss ass]]. He finally does find a happy medium, though, going back to his old life [[NothingIsTheSameAnymore as much as he can]].
17th May '16 1:40:46 PM Morgenthaler
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* ParentalNeglect: Elinor's father thinks books need more attention than children. He's absent so much that, after he dies, his daughter barely register any difference; it's just as if he's locked himself in the library as usual.



* WhatTheHellDad: Elinor's father thinks books need more attention than children. He's absent so much that, after he dies, his daughter barely register any difference; it's just as if he's locked himself in the library as usual.
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