History Literature / TheRithmatist

21st Mar '17 4:08:04 PM nombretomado
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* DarkerAndEdgier: Than kiddie counterpart ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'', {{Nickelodeon}}'s [[TastesLikeDiabetes sugary-sweet]] TurnOfTheMillennium cartoon.

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* DarkerAndEdgier: Than kiddie counterpart ''WesternAnimation/ChalkZone'', {{Nickelodeon}}'s {{Creator/Nickelodeon}}'s [[TastesLikeDiabetes sugary-sweet]] TurnOfTheMillennium cartoon.
2nd Dec '16 5:17:42 PM Yinyang107
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''A killer is on the loose...''

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''A ->''A killer is on the loose...''
2nd Dec '16 5:15:39 PM Yinyang107
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''A killer is on the loose...''



The tagline for the story is "A killer is on the loose...", capitalised on the back cover where the blurb should go and headlining the actual summary on the front insert.
9th Jan '16 3:08:35 PM crazysamaritan
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* InSpiteOfANail: Used due to this world running on RuleOfCool (see below); despite the very different world, many place names are still the same, at one point the book even hanging a lampshade on the fact that Native American names are used for several of the Isles despite the fact that the Native Americans were driven out by the chalklings before first European contact.


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* InSpiteOfANail: Used due to this world running on RuleOfCool (see below); despite the very different world, many place names are still the same, at one point the book even hanging a lampshade on the fact that Native American names are used for several of the Isles despite the fact that the Native Americans were driven out by the chalklings before first European contact.
* IntangibleTheft: The Scribbler initially creates a drawing that steals their voices so that they cannot be heard screaming or fighting (or anything) while he's kidnapping them and the crime won't be discovered.
11th Nov '15 1:25:45 AM zerd
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* ChinaTakesOverTheWorld: The [=JoSeun=] is a Korean empire that conquered most of Europe.
17th Sep '15 10:56:15 PM Gitaxias
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* ArtAttack: the entire basis or Rithmatics.
15th Jun '15 6:36:06 PM Discar
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* [[spoiler: IntriguedByHumanity: The real Professor Nalizar has been DeadAllAlong with ''something'' using his body to observe humanity for...reasons. And probably not benign ones.]]

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* [[spoiler: IntriguedByHumanity: The [[spoiler:The real Professor Nalizar has been DeadAllAlong with ''something'' using his body to observe humanity for...reasons. And probably not benign ones.]]
15th Jun '15 9:17:37 AM Ruise
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* [spoiler: IntriguedByHumanity: The real Professor Nalizar has been DeadAllAlong with ''something'' using his body to observe humanity for...reasons. And probably not benign ones.]]

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* [spoiler: [[spoiler: IntriguedByHumanity: The real Professor Nalizar has been DeadAllAlong with ''something'' using his body to observe humanity for...reasons. And probably not benign ones.]]
15th Jun '15 9:17:16 AM Ruise
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* [spoiler: IntriguedByHumanity: The real Professor Nalizar has been DeadAllAlong with ''something'' using his body to observe humanity for...reasons. And probably not benign ones.]]
15th Jun '15 9:11:16 AM Ruise
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* ClockPunk: In addition to Rithmatic magic, most technology is based on clockwork, with power provided by coiled springs. Including clockwork guns.

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* ClockPunk: In addition to Rithmatic magic, most technology is based on clockwork, with power provided by coiled springs. Including clockwork guns. Heck, there are even clockwork lawnmowers, clockwork horses, and the legal tender is clockwork coins. Also, Leonardo Da Vinci is a canon saint.
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