History Literature / Wereworld

19th Apr '18 1:19:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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* FateWorseThanDeath: The Hawklords were banned from transforming for supporting Wergar even after his death. They also had their homeland handed over to the Crows. [[spoiler:Gryffin having his wings ''torn off'' may also count.]]
** Yes, he was a monster in life, but [[spoiler:Vankaskan having his spirit cannibalized by Vincent and having his knowledge/ magic drained by Hector must ''not'' have been a pleasant experience.]]

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* FateWorseThanDeath: The Hawklords were banned from transforming for supporting Wergar even after his death. They also had their homeland handed over to the Crows. [[spoiler:Gryffin having his wings ''torn off'' may also count.]]
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]] Yes, he was a monster in life, but [[spoiler:Vankaskan having his spirit cannibalized by Vincent and having his knowledge/ magic drained by Hector must ''not'' have been a pleasant experience.]]



* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: Every werelord can (or can learn to) transform at will into a '''Huge''' animal. The type of animal is determined by the paternal line.

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* OurWerebeastsAreDifferent: OurWerebeastsAreDifferent:
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Every werelord can (or can learn to) transform at will into a '''Huge''' animal. The type of animal is determined by the paternal line.
12th Feb '18 9:57:06 AM smasll_lordvoice
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* AnyoneCanDie: Book 1 isn't too bad, but Book 2 starts thinning the herd significantly, and thinning it ''fast''.
13th Nov '17 7:31:52 AM CrazyKitty522
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* DyingAsYourself: Averted with [[spoiler:Hector at the end of the last book. Drew instead cuts off Hector's arm while he is begging for death, which removes Vincent from his body.]]
29th Aug '17 9:59:30 AM ACW
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* Bittersweet Ending: [[spoiler: Whitley's death.]]

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* Bittersweet Ending: BittersweetEnding: [[spoiler: Whitley's death.]]
29th Aug '17 8:34:43 AM Silverblade2
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This is basically the premise of the first book of the series ''Rise of the Wolf''. It was generally well-received by critics in the UK with some claiming it to be as good if not better than ''[[Literature/InheritanceCycle Eragon]]''.

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This is basically the premise of the first book of the series ''Rise of the Wolf''. It was generally well-received by critics in the UK with some claiming it to be as good if not better than ''[[Literature/InheritanceCycle Eragon]]''.\n
21st Jul '17 6:25:13 PM Nicoaln
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* BadassNormal: Several humans - in fact, it's three humans who take out [[spoiler: Highlord Oda.]]



* HeelFaceTurn: Count Vega [[spoiler:sells out Wergar, but when Leopold refuses to give his realm back he sides with Drew.]]

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* HeelFaceTurn: HeelFaceTurn:
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Count Vega [[spoiler:sells out Wergar, but when Leopold refuses to give his realm back he sides with Drew.]]]]
** [[spoiler: Opal, but that doesn't mean she won't have her {{Revenge}}]].



* IGaveMyWord: The Hairless Ape.
* [[IHaveNoSon I Have No Father]]: Taboo reunites with her father, but once she is done tugging his heartstrings, she quickly says he has lost all right to call her father.
* [[IHaveYourWife I Have Your Children]]: This is how Bast keeps the werelords in check.



* KarmaHoudini:
** [[spoiler: Vankaskan]] is treated as this in-universe, though [[spoiler: the sheer amount of BodyHorror may count]].
** [[spoiler: Darkheart]] is ''still'' on the run.
** [[spoiler: Djogo and Opal]], who had [[spoiler: killed Vega and orchestrated his death, respectively]]. They are still at large.



* NewsTravelsFast: When the [[spoiler: Catlords break their alliance]], a lot of people seem to have heard this news... aside from the ones by Omiri. Justified in that there are multiple time skips.



* PragmaticVillainy: The lions and panthers are fond of this, although the panthers are more fond of it.
* ProphecyTwist: While it is not a central part of the plot, the more superstitious characters mention that there was a prophecy about brothers fighting each other. Most would assume it to be [[spoiler: Drew and Trent]], or [[spoiler: Drew and Lucas]], but as it turns out, [[spoiler: It seems to mean more Hector and ''Vincent''!]]



* SequelHook: Every book ends with one.

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* SequelHook: Every book ends with one.one - yes, even the last one.
17th Jul '17 7:24:00 PM Nicoaln
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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Onyx may be a BloodKnight, but even he [[spoiler:found the slaughter caused by Lucas's Wyld Wolves to be disgusting.]]

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* EvenEvilHasLovedOnes: [[spoiler: Opal's children are threatened by Vega]].
* EvenEvilHasStandards: Onyx may be a BloodKnight, but even he [[spoiler:found the slaughter caused by Lucas's Wyld Wolves to be disgusting.]]]] In fact, he was [[spoiler: more than willing to allow Henrik to kill him - since he lost fair and square]].
23rd Apr '17 11:46:55 AM eduardoalamo22
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* LastOfHisKind: Drew is the las Grey Werewolf.

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* LastOfHisKind: Drew is the las last Grey Werewolf.Werewolf. After [[spoiler:Queen Amelie's death]] Mikotaj and Miloqi become the last White Werewolves.
20th Apr '17 11:51:10 PM Nicoaln
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* DamselInDistress: Gretchen. Though she does put up a fight, it is up to Drew and Hector to save her butt.

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* DamselInDistress: Gretchen. Though she does put up a fight, it is up to Drew and Hector to save her butt. Fortunately she [[CharacterDevelopment starts becoming less of one]].



* EveryoneIsRelated:
** Justified in that the characters' families have strategically married one another to avoid weakening lines due to incest (Gretchen's mother died in childbirth due to this). However...
** It is also zig-zagged in that some characters are not ''blood'' related, but are related via surrogates. Gretchen and Hector see each other as cousins, most notably.



* FantasticRacism: Surprisingly there's not much racism between humans and Werelords, but on the other hand Bastian Werelords see themselves as superior to the Lyssian Therianthropes. Only High Lord Oba sees humans as nothing more than slaves. Vala sees humans and mammalian werelords as nothing but food.

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* FantasticRacism: Surprisingly there's not much racism between humans and Werelords, but on the other hand Bastian Werelords see themselves as superior to the Lyssian Therianthropes. Only High Lord Oba sees humans as nothing more than slaves. Vala sees humans and mammalian werelords as nothing but food. Also, just about ''everyone'' hates the rats.


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* YouDirtyRat: The were-rats.
22nd Dec '16 3:22:13 PM WolfyTheRuff
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* {{Groin Attack}}: Becomes a running gag throughout the series, mostly with either Drew using one on the Ratlords or vice versa.
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