History NightmareFuel / RoseOfVersailles

4th Dec '16 8:41:01 PM ferrelas
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* [[spoiler: Charlotte becoming the CreepyChild version of {{The Ophelia}}.]] Even before [[spoiler: she threw herself off a tower]], the whole scen was completely heartbreaking as well as really scary.

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* [[spoiler: Charlotte becoming the CreepyChild version of {{The Ophelia}}.]] Even before [[spoiler: she threw herself off a tower]], the whole scen was completely heartbreaking as well as really scary. [[spoiler: Not to mention the reason she did it, she was eleven years old, maying a duke who had the saying the younger the better about his wives.]]
27th Nov '16 2:42:42 AM EDP
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** The reason why Marie Antoinette was kept away from him as soon as the illness was identified: having already had it and survived she was supposed to be immune (in fact in RealLife that's the whole reason she married Louis XVI: when some of her sisters got smallpox with her and died their mother shuffled around her diplomatic marriages=... ''But so was Louis XV''.

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** The reason why Marie Antoinette was kept away from him as soon as the illness was identified: having already had it and survived she was supposed to be immune (in fact in RealLife that's the whole reason she married Louis XVI: when some of her sisters got smallpox with her and died their mother shuffled around her diplomatic marriages=...marriages)... ''But so was Louis XV''.
17th Sep '16 1:26:49 AM EDP
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* Louis Joseph's death of extrapolmunar tuberculosis, gnawing and deforming his spine and causing him excruciating pain. Knowledge of history makes it worse, at least when it comes to Louis XVI: he once had an older brother, who ''died of the same illness''.

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* Louis Joseph's death of extrapolmunar tuberculosis, gnawing and deforming his spine and causing him excruciating pain. Knowledge of history makes it worse, at least when it comes to Louis XVI: he once had an older brother, who ''died of the same illness''.illness''.
* In the manga, the one encounter between Oscar and a passing Napoleon: Napoleon is just an insignificant-looking lieutenant on leave, and just seeing him ''scares the crap out of Oscar''. Almost as she saw the devastation and death that man's campaigns will cause through the whole Europe...
17th Sep '16 1:14:23 AM EDP
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** The reason why Marie Antoinette was kept away from him as soon as the illness was identified: having already had it and survived she was supposed to be immune (in fact in RealLife that's the whole reason she married Louis XVI: when some of her sisters got smallpox with her and died their mother shuffled around her diplomatic marriages=... ''But so was Louis XV''.



** Oscar goes to a ball to dance with Fersen and what does she see? [[spoiler: Her dopplegänger dancing with Fersen instead. ''And he doesn't even notice the difference''.]]

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** Oscar goes to a ball to dance with Fersen and what does she see? [[spoiler: Her dopplegänger dancing with Fersen instead. ''And he doesn't even notice the difference''.]]]]
* Louis Joseph's death of extrapolmunar tuberculosis, gnawing and deforming his spine and causing him excruciating pain. Knowledge of history makes it worse, at least when it comes to Louis XVI: he once had an older brother, who ''died of the same illness''.
30th Mar '16 6:42:04 PM MagiaRomantica
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* In the Countess in Black gaiden, it's bad enough that Montclair is based off of Elizabetth Bathory, but it becomes hell when [[spoiler: Caroline gets impaled by a mechanical doll!]] Not to mention that the clockmaker, after being forced to create the killing doll, [[{{Eye Scream}} gets his eyes stabbed.]]
** It gets worse in the audio drama. When Caroline is alone with the doll (she didn't know it was a doll at that time), the gears start the function and then the doll gets closer and closer to Caroline until it crushes her in a tight embrace, when [[spoiler: spikes impale through her. Three times!]]

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* In the Countess in Black gaiden, it's bad enough that Montclair is based off of Elizabetth Bathory, but it becomes hell when [[spoiler: Caroline gets impaled by a mechanical doll!]] Not to mention that the clockmaker, after being forced to create the killing doll, [[{{Eye Scream}} gets his eyes stabbed.stabbed out.]]
** It gets worse in the audio drama. When Caroline is alone with the doll (she didn't know it was a doll at that time), the gears start the function and then the doll gets closer and closer to Caroline until it crushes her in a tight embrace, when [[spoiler: spikes impale through her. Three times!]]times.]]
30th Mar '16 2:55:08 PM MagiaRomantica
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** Oscar goes to a ball to dance with Fersen and what does she see? [[spoiler: Her dopplegänger dancing with Fersen instead.]] [[italics: And he doesn't even notice the difference.]]

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** Oscar goes to a ball to dance with Fersen and what does she see? [[spoiler: Her dopplegänger dancing with Fersen instead.]] [[italics: And ''And he doesn't even notice the difference.difference''.]]
27th Mar '16 7:41:14 PM MagiaRomantica
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** Episode 7 has Oscar, after sparring with her Father, spots a young, well dressed girl who suddenly disappears into thin air.

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** Episode *Episode 7 has Oscar, after sparring with her Father, spots a young, well dressed girl who suddenly disappears into thin air.air. And this happens again. And again. And again.
** To an outsider-to André-some of her actions throughout the story, such as suddenly running down the palace halls and entering a church in the dead of night, make it seem as though Oscar's going insane.
**Oscar goes to a ball to dance with Fersen and what does she see? [[spoiler: Her dopplegänger dancing with Fersen instead.]] [[italics: And he doesn't even notice the difference.]]
27th Mar '16 7:25:41 PM MagiaRomantica
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** The clockmaker explaining to Oscar and André [[spoiler: while trapped in a dungeon]] about how Montclair gets blood : She lures young girls with lavish food and wardrobes, and then traps them in large, spiky birdcages, aas well as cutting them up.

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** The clockmaker explaining to Oscar and André [[spoiler: while trapped in a dungeon]] about how Montclair gets blood : She lures young girls with lavish food and wardrobes, and then traps wardrobes,traps them in large, spiky spiked birdcages, aas then she mutilates them.
** Episode 7 has Oscar, after sparring with her Father, spots a young,
well as cutting them up.dressed girl who suddenly disappears into thin air.
13th Sep '15 5:02:04 AM Dame-Amaryllis
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In the Countess in Black gaiden, it's bad enough that Montclair is based off of Elizabetth Bathory, but it becomes hell when [[spoiler: Caroline gets impaled by a mechanical doll!]] Not to mention that the clockmaker, after being forced to create the killing doll, [[{{Eye Scream}} gets his eyes stabbed.]]
* It gets worse in the audio drama. When Caroline is alone with the doll (she didn't know it was a doll at that time), the gears start the function and then the doll gets closer and closer to Caroline until it crushes her in a tight embrace, when [[spoiler: spikes impale through her. Three times!]]

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\n* In the Countess in Black gaiden, it's bad enough that Montclair is based off of Elizabetth Bathory, but it becomes hell when [[spoiler: Caroline gets impaled by a mechanical doll!]] Not to mention that the clockmaker, after being forced to create the killing doll, [[{{Eye Scream}} gets his eyes stabbed.]]
* ** It gets worse in the audio drama. When Caroline is alone with the doll (she didn't know it was a doll at that time), the gears start the function and then the doll gets closer and closer to Caroline until it crushes her in a tight embrace, when [[spoiler: spikes impale through her. Three times!]]
13th Sep '15 5:01:40 AM Dame-Amaryllis
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{{Fridge Horror}}: In the beginnng, Montclair was being handled by a maid until she got pricked by said maid on accident. The maid quickly apologizes to Montclair and explains that she wasn't looking. Montclair, instead of being furious, calmly picks up a needle and cheerily says "If you don't need them, I might as well take them!" Cue {{Gory Discretion Shot}}
* Rosalie [[spoiler: seeing a dead body after visiting Montclair.]] What if that corpse was the blinded maid?
** After all of the events that occurred, Oscar says that it was pitiful for [[spoiler: Montclair to search for eternal youth, even if it meant being killed]], and André replies that the girls buried under the roses were much more pitiful, implying that, after having the victims killed, Montclair and/or the servants buried the bodies. It's possible that the reason why there were so many roses at the Countess' mansion was to cover up the evidence.


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