History Literature / TideLords

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* IncestIsRelative: [[spoiler: unknown to all but a few, being a Tide Lord means being having a Tide Lord parent and Tide Lord ancestry somewhere in the other parent. Since only a couple of Tide Lords were on Amaryntha, all later Tide Lords have to be relatives one way or another. It's noted that Cayal may be Elyssa and Trayan's half-brother. The bloodlines are fairly muddled as male Tide Lords frequently use whorehouses and don't give a damn about contraceptives, so a fair number of female Tide Lords started off as prostitutes]]
1st Nov '14 8:44:42 AM kikiandlala
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* GoGoEnslavement: Happens to Arkady and what she ends up in, makes Princess Leia's slave outfit look like a nun's habit
1st Nov '14 8:42:14 AM kikiandlala
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* [[spoiler: EarthAllAlong: Amyrantha is an alien world, but at the end of the story the remaining Tide Lords have gated to a new world and lived 65 million years there. The new planet is our Earth]]



* ImmortalityImmorality: Kentravyon especially but all the immortals tend to be shockingly callous when it comes to the lives of mortals. [[spoiler: They get alot better about this when they reach their new world, Earth]]

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* ImmortalityImmorality: Kentravyon especially but all the immortals tend to be shockingly callous when it comes to the lives of mortals. [[spoiler: They consciously do get alot better about this when they reach their new world, Earth]]Earth. Though some of them still do things like start the Black Plague]]
1st Nov '14 8:36:54 AM kikiandlala
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* AgeWithoutYouth: Many of the Tide Lords think they are frozen in time biologically and point to the fact that they can only breed with mortals as evidence. The really old Tide Lords know differently. Tide Lords actually age extremely slowly, it takes tens of millions of years to equal a decade of aging for a Tide Lord. Unfortunately some Tide Lords are rather vain and that's what starts the whole mess in the first place.

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* AgeWithoutYouth: [[spoiler: Many of the Tide Lords think they are frozen in time biologically and point to the fact that they can only breed with mortals as evidence. The really old Tide Lords know differently. Tide Lords actually age extremely slowly, it takes tens of millions of years to equal a decade of aging for a Tide Lord. Unfortunately some Tide Lords are rather vain and that's what starts the whole mess in the first place.]]



* ImmortalityImmorality: Kentravyon especially but all the immortals tend to be shockingly callous when it comes to the lives of mortals.

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* ImmortalityImmorality: Kentravyon especially but all the immortals tend to be shockingly callous when it comes to the lives of mortals. [[spoiler: They get alot better about this when they reach their new world, Earth]]
1st Nov '14 8:34:51 AM kikiandlala
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* BigNo: [[spoiler: Lukys gives one after Warlock takes the Chaos Crystal near the end of the ceremony. Not that it mattered, Lukys and his group succeed 100% while Warlock ends up ensuring the destruction of the planet]]
1st Nov '14 8:32:03 AM kikiandlala
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* FantasyGunControl: Lampshaded at the end of the series, the Tide Lords don't like to have their business pried into so they deliberately limit the technological development of the world. They do this through starting fake religions or blasting nations back into the stone age [[at the end of the series, which takes place on Earth sometime in our near future, the Tide Lords are weary of the constant destruction and have allowed the Earth to progress without their interference. Technology reaches a point where books no longer exist and asteroid mining is viable]].

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* FantasyGunControl: Lampshaded at the end of the series, the Tide Lords don't like to have their business pried into so they deliberately limit the technological development of the world. They do this through starting fake religions or blasting nations back into the stone age [[at [[spoiler: at the end of the series, which takes place on Earth sometime in our near future, the Tide Lords are weary of the constant destruction and have allowed the Earth to progress without their interference. Technology reaches a point where books no longer exist and asteroid mining is viable]].
1st Nov '14 8:19:47 AM kikiandlala
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* AncientConspiracy: The Cabal of the Tarot. [[spoiler: the real ancient conspiracy are by the first Tide Lords who aren't even native to the planet. It's their schemes to get one of their oldest members a new body that starts the creation of a new generation of Tide Lords and much of the life on the planet in the first place]]

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* AncientConspiracy: The Cabal of the Tarot. [[spoiler: the The real ancient conspiracy are by the first Tide Lords who aren't even native to the planet. It's their schemes to get one of their oldest members a new body that starts the creation of a new generation of Tide Lords and much of the life on the planet in the first place]]
1st Nov '14 8:19:10 AM kikiandlala
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* AncientConspiracy: The Cabal of the Tarot.

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* AncientConspiracy: The Cabal of the Tarot. [[spoiler: the real ancient conspiracy are by the first Tide Lords who aren't even native to the planet. It's their schemes to get one of their oldest members a new body that starts the creation of a new generation of Tide Lords and much of the life on the planet in the first place]]


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* FantasyGunControl: Lampshaded at the end of the series, the Tide Lords don't like to have their business pried into so they deliberately limit the technological development of the world. They do this through starting fake religions or blasting nations back into the stone age [[at the end of the series, which takes place on Earth sometime in our near future, the Tide Lords are weary of the constant destruction and have allowed the Earth to progress without their interference. Technology reaches a point where books no longer exist and asteroid mining is viable]].
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* HoistByTheirOwnPetard: [[spoiler: Elyssa has her soul planted inside Arkady in order to take other Arkady's far more beautiful body. This backfires when Elyssa loses a contest of wills between the two and Arkady ends up getting her immortality]]
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