History Literature / Twilight

6th Jun '17 9:51:12 AM Piterpicher
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** Does no one remember JamieCampbellBower (Caius)'s insistence that there would be a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_JCco9SRoM naked Volturi scene]] in New Moon??

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** Does no one remember JamieCampbellBower Creator/JamieCampbellBower (Caius)'s insistence that there would be a [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_JCco9SRoM naked Volturi scene]] in New Moon??
14th May '17 8:15:55 PM Ymirsdaughter
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* OfficialCouple: Bella and Edward, most vampire and imprinted couple (except Jacob/Renesmee, EVEN EDDY DON'T APPROVE), and later [[spoiler:Charlie/Sue, and Kate/Garrett]] in ''Breaking Dawn''.

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* OfficialCouple: Bella and Edward, most vampire and imprinted couple (except Jacob/Renesmee, EVEN EDDY DON'T APPROVE), APPROVE)(Claire/Quil also doesn't count), and later [[spoiler:Charlie/Sue, and Kate/Garrett]] in ''Breaking Dawn''.
14th May '17 7:10:53 PM eindyeun
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* OfficialCouple: Bella and Edward, pretty much every vampire and imprinted couple, and later [[spoiler:Renesmee/Jacob, Charlie/Sue, and Kate/Garrett]] in ''Breaking Dawn''.

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* OfficialCouple: Bella and Edward, pretty much every most vampire and imprinted couple, couple (except Jacob/Renesmee, EVEN EDDY DON'T APPROVE), and later [[spoiler:Renesmee/Jacob, Charlie/Sue, [[spoiler:Charlie/Sue, and Kate/Garrett]] in ''Breaking Dawn''.



* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Bella, the main character.

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* OnlySaneMan: Bella's dad, Charlie, the sanest any Twilight character can be.
* OrdinaryHighSchoolStudent: Bella, the main character. Well at least she was supposed to be...
** Bella's human friends
30th Apr '17 11:27:33 AM nombretomado
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* FanService: Reaches epidemic levels in the second movie, where most of the male cast wanders around shirtless (or else remove their shirts at the drop of a hat) the entire time. The [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent lupine shape-shifters]], especially. It got to a point where it became a running gag for the actors portraying them—Taylor Lautner has joked several times on ''TheTonightShow'' and ''Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'' about ripping his shirt off for every little thing.

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* FanService: Reaches epidemic levels in the second movie, where most of the male cast wanders around shirtless (or else remove their shirts at the drop of a hat) the entire time. The [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent lupine shape-shifters]], especially. It got to a point where it became a running gag for the actors portraying them—Taylor Lautner has joked several times on ''TheTonightShow'' ''Series/TheTonightShow'' and ''Late Night with Jimmy Fallon'' about ripping his shirt off for every little thing.
26th Mar '17 11:44:37 AM nombretomado
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* {{Mockbuster}}: Called ''Blood Red Moon''. Reviewed by ObscurusLupa.

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* {{Mockbuster}}: Called ''Blood Red Moon''. Reviewed by ObscurusLupa.WebVideo/ObscurusLupa.
13th Mar '17 12:57:49 PM coralina33
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‰% * RomanceNovel

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‰% * RomanceNovel
31st Jan '17 5:48:46 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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* {{Jerkass}}: Beau in ''Life After Death'' comes across like this at the end of the book. Things go pretty similar to ''Twilight'' with him picking a fight with Charlie and leaving, but then Beau ends up becoming a vampire much earlier than Bella did. Instead of trying to explain the way Bella did in ''Breaking Dawn'', he goes along with the Cullens' plan of faking his death in a car accident.



* SuckOutThePoison: In Twilight, vampires have no body fluids except for venom, which is used to change people into vampires via biting. When James bites Bella at the climax of the first novel, Edward has to suck out the poison to prevent it from spreading. A very heroic thing, except that A) this technique rarely works in the real world (due to the circulation system almost instantly carrying the poison away from the wound) and B) Edward himself has venom in his mouth. By all rights, Bella should have been a vampire by the end of the first book.

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* SuckOutThePoison: In Twilight, vampires have no body fluids except for venom, which is used to change people into vampires via biting. When James bites Bella at the climax of the first novel, Edward has to suck out the poison to prevent it from spreading. A very heroic thing, except that A) this technique rarely works in the real world (due to the circulation system almost instantly carrying the poison away from the wound) and B) Edward himself has venom in his mouth. By all rights, Bella should have been a vampire by the end of the first book. This is what ends up happening in ''Life after Death''; Edythe attempts to suck out the venom, but its gotten too far into Beau's system and his transformation has always begun.
28th Jan '17 5:55:48 AM starofjusticev21
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** Alice being able to see the future (Specifically how well it works goes up and down depending on how handy it is or isn't to the plot for her power to work. And not just how well it works at the moment, how well it's ''always'' worked and much the Cullens have ''always'' depended on it).

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** Alice being able to see the future (Specifically how well it works goes up and down depending on how handy it is or isn't to the plot for her power to work. And not just how well it works at the moment, how well it's ''always'' worked and how much the Cullens have ''always'' depended on it).it changes to reflect how well it works in any particular scene).
25th Jan '17 2:16:06 PM Ymirsdaughter
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** Although it was stated that her aging would gradually slow down as time progressed.

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** A one-month pregnancy implies a growth rate of nine times normal, whereas "five years in three to four months" implies a growth rate of between fifteen and twenty times normal.
** Although it was stated that her aging would gradually slow down as time progressed.progressed, Carlisle said her growth decelerated so slowly that they weren't even sure it was really happening.
25th Jan '17 11:29:19 AM DiScOrDtHeLuNaTiC
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*** Bella, upon realizing that she's missed a period, thinks that she had "never been late a day in my life". It is all but ''impossible'' for an adolescent girl to experience predictable menstruation from menarche(first period) to young adulthood, and in most cases, it takes a year or more for a girl's cycle to stabilize into anything even approaching regularity.
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