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25th Mar '17 11:41:53 AM blackemperorexe
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*ContinuitySnarl: The "present" portion of the novel takes place not long after the end of ''Wizard and Glass,'' and involves the ka-tet meeting an old man who dwells next to a river, before they are forced to shelter from the Starkblast. Eddie spends the first dozen or so pages of ''Wolves of the Calla'' thinking about how ''not a single thing has happened'' since the end of ''Wizard and Glass'', to the point that time seems to have come to a monotonous stand-still.
4th Dec '16 11:29:11 PM Xtifr
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'''''The Wind Through the Keyhole''''' is the eighth novel in Creator/StephenKing's ''Franchise/TheDarkTower''. It is an {{interquel}} that takes place between ''Literature/WizardAndGlass'' and ''Literature/WolvesOfTheCalla''.

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'''''The ''The Wind Through the Keyhole''''' Keyhole'' is the eighth novel in Creator/StephenKing's ''Franchise/TheDarkTower''. It is an {{interquel}} that takes place between ''Literature/WizardAndGlass'' and ''Literature/WolvesOfTheCalla''.
10th Sep '16 1:45:50 PM Mephistopheles
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* {{Retcon}}: In this book, the Covenant Man [[spoiler:which is another alias of Roland's enemy, Walter,]] is obviously a different person from the Tyger [[spoiler:who is actually Maerlyn]]. Roland knows this, being the one telling the story. But in previous books, [[spoiler:Roland had speculated whether Walter might actually ''be'' Maerlyn; said speculation makes no sense given his knowledge of this story.]]
13th Jun '16 8:20:55 PM darthpaul
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* SadisticChoice: The Covenant Man and 'RF' set up Tim for a multi-layered one. A caged tyger has a key to a shelter from a deadly storm around his neck. Tim at first thinks the choice is to die in the storm or risk his life to get the key. Then he remembers he has a gun. [[spoiler:The Tyger is actually Maerlyn forcibly transformed, so if Tim shot it, he would be killing a good man. He takes a third option and chooses to trust the tyger and free it...but the key doesn't work in an extra level of sadism. Fortunately he finds a different way out]].

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* {{Retcon}}: In this book, the Covenant Man [[spoiler:which is another alias of Roland's enemy, Walter,]] is obviously a different person from the Tyger [[spoiler:who is actually Maerlyn]]. Roland knows this, being the one telling the story. But in previous books, [[spoiler:Roland had speculated whether Walter might actually ''be'' Maerlyn; said speculation makes no sense given his knowledge of this story.]]
* SadisticChoice: The Covenant Man and aka 'RF' set up Tim for a multi-layered one. A caged tyger has a key to a shelter from a deadly storm around his neck. Tim at first thinks the choice is to die in the storm or risk his life to get the key. Then he remembers he has a gun. [[spoiler:The Tyger is actually Maerlyn forcibly transformed, so if Tim shot it, he would be killing a good man. He takes a third option and chooses to trust the tyger and free it...but the key doesn't work in an extra level of sadism. Fortunately he finds a different way out]].
13th May '15 2:31:58 AM Maniago
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* AnotherStoryForAnotherTime: said several times in regards to other adventures of Tim.
12th May '15 9:54:09 PM Maniago
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* WildMassGuessing: an in-universe example; after Roland tells him the story of Tim, Bill wonders how Maerlyn could eat during the years he was caged as a tiger. Roland doesn't know, so Bill theorizes Maerlyn must still have had some magic left, even as a tiger, and used this to create food for himself.
12th May '15 2:35:56 AM Maniago
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* GrewBeyondTheirProgramming: Tim is given an artifact of the Great Old Ones by the plant people he meets in a swamp; DARIA, an electronic guidance service. At first she treats Tim as just another traveller, but soon she grows fond enough of him that she starts going out of her way to help him. She even violates directive 19 to give him classified information, despite knowing that this will kill her.
11th May '15 10:06:09 PM Maniago
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* YouCalledMeXItMustBeSerious: Tim realizes that DARIA, a guidance service of North Central Positronics, is serious about there being danger when she starts calling him by his name rather than reverring to him as 'traveller'.
28th Aug '14 10:01:34 PM gunslingerofgilead
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*AddedAlliterativeAppeal: Ambush Arroyo is not an arroyo. The locals just like the way the name rolls off the tongue.


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* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast: "Skin-man". Seriously, is there ''anything'' positive that can be associated with such a creepy name?
22nd Jun '14 3:38:35 PM Morgenthaler
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* [[spoiler: TheFairFolk: the 'sighe,' a sprite-like, hypnotic creature whose name--Armaneeta--is just one phoneme away from Amanita, the genus of mushroom that includes the death cap.]]

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* [[spoiler: TheFairFolk: the [[spoiler: The 'sighe,' a sprite-like, hypnotic creature whose name--Armaneeta--is just one phoneme away from Amanita, the genus of mushroom that includes the death cap.]]
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