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30th Jun '17 11:13:40 AM Kokopali
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* MurderIsTheBestSolution: While most wouldn't shy away from bloodshed, Immacolata get's the price here. Using a foe as a paw? Turn them against each other? Spread confusion amongst them? Those are things Shadwell could do, but she would be glad massacrating everyone.
30th Jun '17 10:58:36 AM Kokopali
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* ItsPersonal: Pretty much everyone in the story. Immacolata felt rejected, hence the desire to destroy the fugue. Shadwell finds more power in it than what he could ever imagine and drops the professional act. Cal is so emotionaly overthrown when first meeting the fugue that he can't help putting himself in danger to find it again.
25th Nov '15 2:23:50 PM MarkLungo
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* {{Lilith}}: Claimed by Immacolata as an ancestor.



* UsefulNotes/{{Lilith}}: Claimed by Immacolata as an ancestor.



* WitchSpecies: The Seerkind

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* WitchSpecies: The Seerkind
Seerkind.
18th Jan '15 9:47:20 PM jesse19
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* BiggerBad: The Scourge
14th Sep '14 6:54:46 AM Willbyr
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* BodyHorror: That ol' Barker classic. The Rake comes to mind.

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* BodyHorror: That ol' Barker classic. The Rake comes to mind. The Magdalene's children are horrific mishmashes of bodies twisted into every conceivable form of mutilated, warped wrongness.



* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler: Immacolata]]
* DragonAscendant: Shadwell, the Salesman.

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* DeathEqualsRedemption: [[spoiler: Immacolata]]
[[spoiler:Immacolata]]
* DragonAscendant: Shadwell, the Salesman. Initially content to aid Immacolata in destroying the Seerkind, his desire for power goes to his head and he seeks to become a god of the Fugue, discarding Immacolata the instant her usefulness is spent.



* MartyrWithoutACause: This is secretly [[spoiler: Hobart's]] motivation.

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* MartyrWithoutACause: This is secretly [[spoiler: Hobart's]] [[spoiler:Hobart's]] motivation.



* MotherOfAThousandYoung: The Magdalene.

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* MotherOfAThousandYoung: The Magdalene.Magdalene's children are twisted monstrosities created as dark mirrors of the men whose seed creates them.



* OurAngelsAreDifferent: Uriel

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* OurAngelsAreDifferent: UrielUriel, except that he's really not the angel Uriel, just a being serving a similar function who went insane and latched onto the story of Uriel guarding the gate to Eden as a means of justifying its existence.
14th Sep '14 6:46:08 AM Willbyr
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Hidden within a warehouse is a rug. This rug, called the Fugue, is the home of the [[WitchSpecies Seerkind]], which was woven into a rug to keep it safe. However, the Fugue has enemies in the form of the witch Immaculata and her undead sisters the Magdalene and the Hag, as well as her human servant, Shadwell the Salesman. In their search to find and destroy the Fugue, they find a man known as Cal who takes it before they can and opens it up, bringing the land of the Fugue back. At that point, a story full of wonders and terrors begins...

Creator/{{Clive Barker}}'s second full-length novel, and his first novel that could more easily be classified as UrbanFantasy than {{Horror}}.

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Hidden within a warehouse is a rug. This rug, called the Fugue, is the home of the [[WitchSpecies Seerkind]], which was woven into a rug to keep it safe. However, the Fugue has enemies in the form of the witch Immaculata Immacolata and her undead sisters the Magdalene and the Hag, as well as her human servant, Shadwell the Salesman. In their search to find and destroy the Fugue, they find a man known as Cal who takes it before they can and opens it up, bringing the land of the Fugue back. At that point, a story full of wonders and terrors begins...

Creator/{{Clive Barker}}'s Creator/CliveBarker's second full-length novel, and his first novel that could more easily be classified as UrbanFantasy than {{Horror}}.{{Horror}}.


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27th Aug '14 12:34:42 PM Black_Diesel
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9th Aug '14 9:10:18 PM NOYB
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* PatchworkMap: The Fugue, quite literally. Justified, since it's made our of whatever odd patches of reality the Seerkind could take without being noticed.

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* PatchworkMap: The Fugue, quite literally. Justified, since it's made our out of whatever odd patches of reality the Seerkind could take without being noticed.
29th Jan '14 6:49:17 AM erforce
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* ContinuityNod: Immacolata refers to an incident where a man she knew was hunted by [[Film/{{Hellraiser}} the Cenobites]] (not by name).

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* ContinuityNod: Immacolata refers to an incident where a man she knew was hunted by [[Film/{{Hellraiser}} [[Franchise/{{Hellraiser}} the Cenobites]] (not by name).
15th Dec '13 9:26:04 PM nombretomado
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{{Clive Barker}}'s second full-length novel, and his first novel that could more easily be classified as UrbanFantasy than {{Horror}}.

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{{Clive Creator/{{Clive Barker}}'s second full-length novel, and his first novel that could more easily be classified as UrbanFantasy than {{Horror}}.
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