History Literature / TheSharingKnife

29th Dec '16 9:52:30 AM Rday
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** Sunny Sawman has a head full of blond hair, deflowers and impregnates Fawn, then tries to attack Dag after he proposes to her..
** Barr has "fluffy' blond hair, and is Remo's irresponsible partner, dragging Remo into a fight that breaks the other Lakewalker's sharing knife, impregnating a Farmer girl after using a Persausion to seduce her, and constantly trying to slide away from the consequences of his actions. Fortunately over the course of ''Passage'' and ''Horizon'' he has some CharacterDevelopment and matures into responsibility.

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** Sunny Sawman has a head full of blond hair, deflowers and impregnates Fawn, then tries to attack Dag after he proposes to her..
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** Barr has "fluffy' "fluffy" blond hair, and is Remo's irresponsible partner, dragging Remo into a fight that breaks the other Lakewalker's sharing knife, impregnating a Farmer girl after using a Persausion Persuasion to seduce her, and constantly trying to slide away from the consequences of his actions. Fortunately over the course of ''Passage'' and ''Horizon'' he has some CharacterDevelopment and matures into responsibility.
23rd Dec '16 1:37:00 AM Rday
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** Barr has "fluffy' blond hair, is Remo's irresponsible partner, dragging Remo into a fight that breaks the other Lakewalker's sharing knife, impregnating a Farmer girl after using a Persausion to seduce her, and trying to slide away from the consequences of his actions. Fortunately over the course of ''Passage'' he has some CharacterDevelopment and matures into responsibility.

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** Barr has "fluffy' blond hair, and is Remo's irresponsible partner, dragging Remo into a fight that breaks the other Lakewalker's sharing knife, impregnating a Farmer girl after using a Persausion to seduce her, and constantly trying to slide away from the consequences of his actions. Fortunately over the course of ''Passage'' and ''Horizon'' he has some CharacterDevelopment and matures into responsibility.
23rd Dec '16 1:16:23 AM Rday
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* BlondesAreEvil:
** Sunny Sawman has a head full of blond hair, deflowers and impregnates Fawn, then tries to attack Dag after he proposes to her..
** Barr has "fluffy' blond hair, is Remo's irresponsible partner, dragging Remo into a fight that breaks the other Lakewalker's sharing knife, impregnating a Farmer girl after using a Persausion to seduce her, and trying to slide away from the consequences of his actions. Fortunately over the course of ''Passage'' he has some CharacterDevelopment and matures into responsibility.
6th Dec '16 6:18:21 PM Rday
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* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Boss Berry first makes herself known by chastising another boatman who was making lewd remarks to Fawn, then explains what she's carving when Fawn asks, completely and without hitting Fawn with the usual accusation of being "Stupid" for expressing her curiosity. Fawn decides right then that Berry's boat would be perfect for their trip downriver.
12th Oct '16 11:40:45 PM Vandegraff1
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* PowerPerversionPotential: Used benignly, Lakewalker ground manipulation can ''greatly'' enhance sexual encounters. Used unethically, it can "persuade" a reluctant partner into consenting.

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* PowerPerversionPotential: Used benignly, Lakewalker ground manipulation can ''greatly'' enhance sexual encounters. Used unethically, it can "persuade" a reluctant partner into consenting. It's believed by many farmers that seduction by a Lakewalker effectively [[MindRape mind rapes]] the seductee into obsession with the Lakewalker for the rest of his or her life. One of the reasons Dag's clan opposes his marriage is that they think he did this to Fawn.



* RapeIsLove: Averted. To be exact, "Seduction by a Lakewalker is [[MindRape mind raping]] you into obsession with him or her for the rest of your life." One of the reasons Dag's clan opposes his marriage is that they think he did this to Fawn.
11th Aug '16 1:11:04 AM PaulA
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* AmazonChaser: Anyone interested in Sumac.
23rd Apr '16 12:43:01 PM Azvolrien
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* CallARabbitASmeerp: Kind of a weird example; the animals are all given their real names, but canoes are invariably called 'narrow boats', a name which usually refers to a kind of canal barge.
5th Nov '15 1:22:16 PM Rday
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* FoodPorn: There are many loving descriptions of the meals Fawn cooks, particularly in ''Passage'' and Dag is amazed at the abundance and variety found at Farmer tables.
30th May '15 2:43:23 PM Azvolrien
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* BreatherEpisode: ''Passage'', though it still has some danger in the form of the river bandits, is mostly a peaceful journey down the river and is the only book that doesn't directly involve a malice.
24th Apr '15 10:05:31 AM DracMonster
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'''''The Sharing Knife''''' is a four novel fantasy/romance/western series by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold set in a post-apocalyptic world, with a culture patterned on aspects of the nineteenth century United States, especially the expanding frontier. It examines the tension between the two cultures: the magical/traditionalist "Lakewalkers", who are fighting an endless war against [[EldritchAbomination malices]], and the techno-agricultural "Farmers", who tends to think the malices are less dangerous and abundant than they are, and believes (falsely) that the Lakewalkers are [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]] [[BlackMagic black mages]]. Though there is some truth in those beliefs.

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'''''The Sharing Knife''''' is a four novel fantasy/romance/western series by Creator/LoisMcMasterBujold set in a post-apocalyptic world, with a culture patterned on aspects of the nineteenth century United States, especially the expanding frontier. It examines the tension between the two cultures: the magical/traditionalist "Lakewalkers", who are fighting an endless war a ForeverWar against [[EldritchAbomination malices]], and the techno-agricultural "Farmers", who tends to think the malices are less dangerous and abundant than they are, and believes (falsely) that the Lakewalkers are [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]] [[BlackMagic black mages]]. Though there is some truth in those beliefs.
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