History Literature / TheWolfhound

22nd Aug '17 7:05:20 PM PaulA
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* {{Homage}}: Some of Shamargan's songs in the fourth book are based on Tarma and Kethry books (the ''Vows and Honor'' series) by Creator/MercedesLackey.

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* {{Homage}}: Some of Shamargan's songs in the fourth book are based on Tarma and Kethry books (the ''Vows ''[[Literature/HeraldsOfValdemar Vows and Honor'' Honor]]'' series) by Creator/MercedesLackey.
20th May '17 9:57:17 AM Gess
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* HeroicBystander: Very emphatically defied by Wolfhound. As a ConsummateProfessional, it frustrates him is to no end when his wards [[StopHelpingMe start trying to help him]] protect them, especially when they can barely tell the working end of a spear from the shaft. Contrasted by Selina who, despite being [[ObfuscatingInsanity ostensibly loony]], when things get tense, instantly drops to the floor and snucks under a table, i.e. exactly what he expects a civilian to do.
27th Oct '16 7:31:11 AM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: A warrior has to be this to survive in a medieval fantasy world. Some individuals do stand out, however: [[TheHero Wolfhound]], [[WorthyOpponent Vinitar]] and [[ProudWarriorRace his men]], [[LadyOfWar Ertan]], [[TheConsigliere Iktash]]. And Vinitar's ''[[MyFriendsAndZoidberg grandmother]]''. See NeverMessWithGranny.
23rd Sep '16 3:46:25 AM Morgenthaler
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* TemptingFate: Subverted. A horrible war that had broken out some time before the events of the books, was dubbed "The Last War", however, unlike WorldWarI, not because they though there wouldn't be any more wars, but because it was ''so'' bad everybody thought that the end of the world is near.

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* TemptingFate: Subverted. A horrible war that had broken out some time before the events of the books, was dubbed "The Last War", however, unlike WorldWarI, UsefulNotes/WorldWarI, not because they though there wouldn't be any more wars, but because it was ''so'' bad everybody thought that the end of the world is near.
25th Apr '16 8:22:06 AM Berrenta
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* JerkassFacade: Wolfhound, not so much on purpose but rather due to considerable lack of communication skills. ItGetsBetter, though.

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* JerkassFacade: Wolfhound, not so much on purpose but rather due to considerable lack of communication skills. ItGetsBetter, It gets better, though.
19th Apr '16 7:55:10 AM Berrenta
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* ActionPet: Earthbound Bat, especially when he [[ItGotBetter gets back his ability to fly]].

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* ActionPet: Earthbound Bat, especially when he [[ItGotBetter gets back his ability to fly]].fly.
23rd Jul '15 3:21:39 AM SilverDragon
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* TemptingFate: Subverted. A horrible war that had broken out some time before the events of the books, was dubbed "The Last War", however, unlike WorldWarI, not because they though there wouldn't be any more wars, but because it was ''so'' bad everybody thought that the end of the word is near.

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* TemptingFate: Subverted. A horrible war that had broken out some time before the events of the books, was dubbed "The Last War", however, unlike WorldWarI, not because they though there wouldn't be any more wars, but because it was ''so'' bad everybody thought that the end of the word world is near.
21st Jul '15 4:34:36 PM Arashi110
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* CoolClearWater: In ''The Ultimate Stone'', set during the Wolfhound's Jewel Mountains time, a group of kinda runaway slaves ([[ItMakesSenseInContext it's a long story]]) find the body of a boy miner, for decades a subject of the UrbanLegend, on an island in a cave lake, surrounded by the incredibly clear, azure and ''glistening'' water, perfectly preserved as if he's actually alive. It is heavily implied that the lake is highly radioactive, and the blue light is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation Cherenkov radiation]].

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* CoolClearWater: In ''The Ultimate Stone'', set during the Wolfhound's Jewel Mountains time, a group of kinda runaway slaves ([[ItMakesSenseInContext it's a long story]]) find the body of a boy miner, for decades a subject of the UrbanLegend, on an island in a cave lake, surrounded by the incredibly clear, azure and ''glistening'' ''glowing'' water, perfectly preserved as if he's actually alive. It is heavily implied that the lake is highly radioactive, and the blue light is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation Cherenkov radiation]].
18th May '15 5:23:41 PM Khathi
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* CoolClearWater: In ''The Ultimate Stone'', set during the Wolfhound's Jewel Mountains time, a group of kinda runaway slaves ([[ItMakesSenseInContext it's a long story]]) find the body of a boy miner, for decades a subject of the UrbanLegend, on an island in a cave lake, surrounded by the incredibly clear, azure and ''glistening'' water, perfectly preserved as if he's actually alive. It is heavily implied that the lake is highly radioactive, and the blue light is a [[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cherenkov_radiation Cherenkov radiation]].
10th May '15 1:12:55 PM Gess
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* [[NightmarishFactory Nightmarish Mine]]: The slave mines in Jewel Mountains
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