History Literature / TheMazeRunner

12th Feb '16 10:06:02 PM readergirl304
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* MercyKill: In ''The Death Cue'', [[spoiler:Newt]] gives a note to [[spoiler:Thomas]], telling him not to read it until the time was right. The note begs for his death. Finally, [[spoiler:Thomas shoots a desperate Newt on his request]].
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* MadnessMantra: Several of the Cranks get stuck repeating these. "Rose took my nose, I suppose" is probably the most creative. * MercyKill: In ''The Death Cue'', Cure'', [[spoiler:Newt]] gives a note to [[spoiler:Thomas]], telling him not to read it until the time was right. The note begs for his death. Finally, [[spoiler:Thomas shoots a desperate Newt on his request]].

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* The WomenAreSafeWithUs: Alby takes steps to ensure this as soon as Teresa comes out of the box.
8th Feb '16 7:43:19 PM Anddrix
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* ActionGirl: Every major female character.
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%% * ActionGirl: Every major female character.
8th Feb '16 7:41:02 PM areanna123
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%% * ActionGirl: Every major female character.
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%% * ActionGirl: Every major female character.
8th Feb '16 7:40:31 PM areanna123
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8th Feb '16 5:40:52 PM areanna123
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* WhatTheHellHero: At one point in ''The Scorch Trials'', [[spoiler:Teresa psychologically and physically tortures Thomas to a severe extent, because WICKED had requested her to do so, and she believed it was for the best]]. When Thomas recovers from the ordeal, he is understandably angry at Teresa, especially since she didn't try to find another way to go about things, as Thomas and his friends had on many occasions. Teresa believes ''she has nothing to apologize for'' and has the nerve to get ''angry at Thomas'' because he resents the way she treated him. Teresa acts like nothing happened and tries to continue their budding young romance, even kissing Thomas to shut him up. Thomas completely calls her out on her behavior [[spoiler: and is completely turned off to her for the rest of the series]].
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* WhatTheHellHero: At one point in ''The Scorch Trials'', [[spoiler:Teresa psychologically and physically tortures Thomas to a severe extent, because WICKED had requested her to do so, and she believed it was for the best]]. When Thomas recovers from the ordeal, he is understandably angry at Teresa, especially since she didn't try to find another way to go about things, as Thomas and his friends had on many occasions. Teresa believes ''she she has nothing to apologize for'' and has for, due to her being ordered to the nerve to get ''angry make the hard choice between letting WICKED murder him, or hurting him emotionally herself. She gets annoyed at Thomas'' Thomas because he resents the way she treated him. Teresa acts like nothing happened and tries to continue their budding young romance, even kissing Thomas to shut him up. Thomas completely calls her out on her behavior [[spoiler: and is completely turned off to her for the rest of the series]].
4th Jan '16 8:35:58 PM Serasia
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Fixed incorrect spelling.
* BodyHorror: The Changing a.k.a the effects of the Griever sting. Green-ish black veins all over your body, blood shot eyes, blackened lips and gums, along with a distorted voice and general pain so great it makes you past out.
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* BodyHorror: The Changing a.k.a the effects of the Griever sting. Green-ish black veins all over your body, blood shot eyes, blackened lips and gums, along with a distorted voice and general pain so great it makes you past pass out.
3rd Jan '16 9:18:45 AM Anddrix
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** The effects of the Flare Virus in the film are garish; whatever part of your body got infected first starts to fester and turn black as your respiratory functions start to cease, followed by a degeneration of your mind to a feral zombie-like state. Advanced cases have horribly twisted limbs, skin marred by black tendril-like growths, a twitching and jerky gait likely caused by some form of palsy, and most Cranks have [[EyeScream gouged their eyes out]] to stop the hallucinations they're plagued by.

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** * BodyHorror: The effects of the Flare Virus in the film are garish; whatever part of your body got infected first starts to fester and turn black as your respiratory functions start to cease, followed by a degeneration of your mind to a feral zombie-like state. Advanced cases have horribly twisted limbs, skin marred by black tendril-like growths, a twitching and jerky gait likely caused by some form of palsy, and most Cranks have [[EyeScream gouged their eyes out]] to stop the hallucinations they're plagued by.
3rd Jan '16 8:45:55 AM portaljumper339
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* The effects of the Flare Virus in the film are garish; whatever part of your body got infected first starts to fester and turn black as your respiratory functions start to cease, followed by a degeneration of your mind to a feral zombie-like state. Advanced cases have horribly twisted limbs, skin marred by black tendril-like growths, a twitching and jerky gait likely caused by some form of palsy, and most Cranks have [[EyeScream gouged their eyes out]] to stop the hallucinations they're plagued by.
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* ** The effects of the Flare Virus in the film are garish; whatever part of your body got infected first starts to fester and turn black as your respiratory functions start to cease, followed by a degeneration of your mind to a feral zombie-like state. Advanced cases have horribly twisted limbs, skin marred by black tendril-like growths, a twitching and jerky gait likely caused by some form of palsy, and most Cranks have [[EyeScream gouged their eyes out]] to stop the hallucinations they're plagued by.
3rd Jan '16 8:45:36 AM portaljumper339
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* The effects of the Flare Virus in the film are garish; whatever part of your body got infected first starts to fester and turn black as your respiratory functions start to cease, followed by a degeneration of your mind to a feral zombie-like state. Advanced cases have horribly twisted limbs, skin marred by black tendril-like growths, a twitching and jerky gait likely caused by some form of palsy, and most Cranks have [[EyeScream gouged their eyes out]] to stop the hallucinations they're plagued by.
15th Dec '15 10:04:49 AM Anddrix
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* GreaterScopeVillain: Chancellor Paige, the head of all the mess that is WICKED. [[spoiler:Eventually, though, the cruelty of that position gets to her and she decides to cut their losses and stop torturing people for a cure that might never come]]. Notable in that she is [[Main/{{TheGhost}} never seen]] in the series, barring Main/TheFilmOfTheBook. ** Then there's Katie Mc Voy, a bit character who is only mentioned in two short letters published in ''The Maze Runner Files'' whose [[Main/{{SmallRoleBigImpact}} not-so-small role]] involves [[spoiler:suggesting the method to kill half of the world population using the V C321xb 47 virus AKA the Flare virus, which mutated unpredictably, as in, ''setting off all this mess in the first place'']]. By the events of first book, however, [[spoiler: she is already long dead due to catching the virus and committing suicide to prevent it spreading over as her last act of redemption]].
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* GreaterScopeVillain: GreaterScopeVillain: ** Chancellor Paige, the head of all the mess that is WICKED. [[spoiler:Eventually, though, the cruelty of that position gets to her and she decides to cut their losses and stop torturing people for a cure that might never come]]. Notable in that she is [[Main/{{TheGhost}} [[TheGhost never seen]] in the series, barring Main/TheFilmOfTheBook. TheFilmOfTheBook. ** Then there's Katie Mc Voy, [=McVoy=], a bit character who is only mentioned in two short letters published in ''The Maze Runner Files'' whose [[Main/{{SmallRoleBigImpact}} [[SmallRoleBigImpact not-so-small role]] involves [[spoiler:suggesting the method to kill half of the world population using the V C321xb 47 virus AKA the Flare virus, which mutated unpredictably, as in, ''setting off all this mess in the first place'']]. By the events of first book, ''The Maze Runner'', however, [[spoiler: she [[spoiler:she is already long dead due to catching the virus and committing suicide to prevent it spreading over as her last act of redemption]].
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