History NightmareFuel / RoseOfVersailles

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.


28th Mar '15 7:10:18 AM MagiaRomantica
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** 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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** 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, mansion was to cover up the evidence.


18th Mar '15 5:26:54 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.]]

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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 [[{{Eye Scream}} gets his eyes stabbed.]]



** 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, and also 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 them in large, spiky birdcages, and also aas well as cutting them up.
18th Mar '15 5:23:08 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!]]
**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, and also cutting them up.

{{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.


20th Jun '14 3:10:26 AM TitoMosquito
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* An in episode 26, [[spoiler: Andre goes throgh EyeScream via the still not HeelFaceTurn-ed Bernard.]] The imaginery in the anime [[spoiler: (Bernard uses his sword to ''slash through Andre's mask and eye'']]) may not be at the level of modern horror manga, but it's still unpleasant enough to make you wince. Not helped by [[spoiler: Andre screaming, then collapsing to the ground and whispering "M-my eyes...", then attempting to reach for Bernard as Oscar screams...]]

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* An in In episode 26, [[spoiler: Andre goes throgh through EyeScream via the still not HeelFaceTurn-ed Bernard.]] The imaginery in the anime [[spoiler: (Bernard uses his sword to ''slash through Andre's mask and eye'']]) may not be at the level of modern horror manga, but it's still unpleasant enough to make you wince. Not helped by [[spoiler: Andre screaming, then collapsing to the ground and whispering "M-my eyes...", then attempting to reach for Bernard as Oscar screams...]]
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