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5th Feb '16 10:27:25 PM Adept
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* At the end of one ''FruitIncest'' story arc, Sarah gives everyone a TrueMeaningOfChristmas speech, which later inspires Bernard to leave Simon alone so everyone can enjoy the holidays together. Much later it's revealed that letting a wanted criminal escape doesn't look very good on your resume, Christmastime or not. The Elf Council blames Bernard for all the previous events and unofficially demotes him and his entire group for their negligence.
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* At the end of one ''FruitIncest'' ''Webcomic/FruitIncest'' story arc, Sarah gives everyone a TrueMeaningOfChristmas speech, which later inspires Bernard to leave Simon alone so everyone can enjoy the holidays together. Much later it's revealed that letting a wanted criminal escape doesn't look very good on your resume, Christmastime or not. The Elf Council blames Bernard for all the previous events and unofficially demotes him and his entire group for their negligence.
19th Jan '16 3:08:23 AM Zadia
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19th Jan '16 3:08:12 AM Zadia
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*** And even despite Nale's status as the Order's enemy, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make it better doesn't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
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*** And even despite Nale's status as the Order's enemy, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's Tarquin constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make it the story better doesn't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice device and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
16th Jan '16 1:22:05 AM Zadia
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*** And even despite Nale's status as the Order's enemy, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make a better story don't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
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*** And even despite Nale's status as the Order's enemy, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make a it better story don't doesn't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
16th Jan '16 1:21:37 AM Zadia
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*** And given that Tarquin and Elan are not allies, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make a better story don't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
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*** And given that Tarquin and Elan are not allies, even despite Nale's status as the Order's enemy, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make a better story don't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.
16th Jan '16 1:20:40 AM Zadia
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** During the Fall of Azure City arc, Daimyo Kubota, a [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying]] [[AristocratsAreEvil evil aristocrat]], continually schemes to [[TakeOverTheCity take over Azure City]], and still plots to assassinate its lawful ruler even after its entire population has been displaced and their home conquered by an army of goblinoids. Eventually, an overstrained and frustrated Vaarsuvius [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0595.html disintegrates him, rather than waste time on a legal trial that would probably have ended up in his favor anyway]], after he is caught in the aftermath of yet another disruptive scheme -- in this case, trying to murder two commoner-blooded warriors who had been newly elevated to noble status for their valor during the siege of Azure City. ** Nale [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0913.html decides that he's had enough of Tarquin]]. First he tells Tarquin and everyone else that he killed Malack, Tarquin's ally and good friend, and when Tarquin demands an explanation, Nale tells him that he wants nothing from Tarquin, be it assistance, protection or pity. Tarquin accepts this... and kills Nale, asking him what he thought the punishment for killing Tarquin's best friend would be. He then says that while Nale scorned Tarquin's protection, that protection was the only thing that allowed him to live this long.
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** During the Fall of Azure City arc, Daimyo Kubota, a [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying]] [[AristocratsAreEvil evil aristocrat]], continually schemes to [[TakeOverTheCity take over Azure City]], and still plots to assassinate its lawful ruler even after its entire population has been displaced and their home conquered by an army of goblinoids. Eventually, an overstrained and frustrated Vaarsuvius [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0595.html disintegrates him, rather than waste time on a legal trial that would probably have ended up in his favor anyway]], after he is caught in the aftermath of yet another disruptive scheme -- in this case, trying to murder two commoner-blooded commoner warriors who had been newly elevated to noble status for their valor during the siege of Azure City. ** Nale [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0913.html decides that he's had enough of Tarquin]]. First he tells Tarquin and everyone else that he killed Malack, Tarquin's ally and good friend, and when Tarquin demands an explanation, Nale tells him that he wants nothing from Tarquin, be it assistance, protection or pity. Tarquin accepts this... and kills Nale, asking him what he thought the punishment for killing Tarquin's best friend would be. He then says that while Nale scorned Tarquin's protection, that protection was the only thing that allowed him to live this long.as long as he did. *** And given that Tarquin and Elan are not allies, Elan does ''not'' react well to seeing his father kill his twin in front of him, nor does he accept any of Tarquin's attempts to justify it- and Tarquin's constantly talking about how they're in a story and how things have to go to make a better story don't endear him to Elan either, since he keeps talking about Nale like he was just a plot advice and not a person. Elan ends up refusing to go along with Tarquin's plans, instead letting him fall off the airship as he knows the fall won't kill him.

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** During After Annie and Reynardine have a nasty fight which ends up revealing some unpleasant truths, Annie ends up running into Gillitie Forest and is allowed to stay there for a while. Once she gets back to the Fall of Azure City arc, Daimyo Kubota, a [[CardCarryingVillain card-carrying]] [[AristocratsAreEvil evil aristocrat]], continually schemes to [[TakeOverTheCity take over Azure City]], Court, she finds that Kat was not amused when she found out what happened, and while she understands why Annie left and doesn't really blame her, it still plots to assassinate its lawful ruler even after its entire population has been displaced hurt, so she's pretty aloof for most of the chapter. ** When Coyote confronts the Court and their home conquered by an army of goblinoids. Eventually, an overstrained and frustrated Vaarsuvius [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0595.html disintegrates him, rather than waste time on a legal trial that would probably have ended up in his favor anyway]], after he is caught in Anthony Carver over Annie's being kept away from the aftermath of yet another disruptive scheme -- in this case, trying to murder two commoner-blooded warriors who had been newly elevated to noble status for their valor during the siege of Azure City. ** Nale [[http://www.giantitp.com/comics/oots0913.html decides that he's had enough of Tarquin]]. First Forest, he tells Tarquin and everyone else gets so angry at Anthony that he killed Malack, Tarquin's ally knocks over one of the Court's buildings. The heads of the Court are afraid of Coyote's anger and good friend, and ask Anthony to let Annie go back to the Forest, but Anthony just asks Coyote how Annie could be safe if that's what Coyote does when Tarquin demands an explanation, Nale tells him that he wants nothing from Tarquin, be it assistance, protection or pity. Tarquin accepts this... and kills Nale, asking him what he thought the punishment for killing Tarquin's best friend would be. He gets angry. Coyote then says that while Nale scorned Tarquin's protection, that protection was the only thing that allowed him to live this long.actually tries convincing Anthony instead of threatening him, and it works.
15th Jan '16 7:44:44 PM Zadia
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** Since her parents refuse to pay her tuition, Aylia's only way to successfully enrol at the magical school is to get a scholarship as a teaching assistant. At the auditions, she goes in believing that her magical abilities and her unique and diverse life experience will surely get her a position... only to see the positions go to people who were more experienced as TAs, or who knew the teachers, or who had more knowledge of the fields in question, leaving her stuck between a rock and a hard place until a rather whimsical teacher decides to take her on.
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** Since her parents refuse to pay her tuition, Aylia's only way to successfully enrol at the magical school is to get a scholarship as a teaching assistant. At the auditions, she goes in believing that her magical abilities and her unique and diverse life experience will surely get her a position... only to see the positions go to people who were more experienced as TAs, [=TAs=], or who knew the teachers, or who had more knowledge of the fields in question, leaving her stuck between a rock and a hard place until a rather whimsical teacher decides to take her on.
15th Jan '16 7:44:13 PM Zadia
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** Since her parents refuse to pay her tuition, Aylia's only way to successfully enrol at the magical school is to get a scholarship as a teaching assistant. At the auditions, she goes in believing that her magical abilities and her unique and diverse life experience will surely get her a position... only to see the positions go to people who were more qualified, or who knew the teachers, or who had more experience in the fields in question, leaving her stuck between a rock and a hard place until a rather whimsical teacher decides to take her on.
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** Since her parents refuse to pay her tuition, Aylia's only way to successfully enrol at the magical school is to get a scholarship as a teaching assistant. At the auditions, she goes in believing that her magical abilities and her unique and diverse life experience will surely get her a position... only to see the positions go to people who were more qualified, experienced as TAs, or who knew the teachers, or who had more experience in knowledge of the fields in question, leaving her stuck between a rock and a hard place until a rather whimsical teacher decides to take her on.
15th Jan '16 7:41:08 PM Zadia
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** Since her parents refuse to pay her tuition, Aylia's only way to successfully enrol at the magical school is to get a scholarship as a teaching assistant. At the auditions, she goes in believing that her magical abilities and her unique and diverse life experience will surely get her a position... only to see the positions go to people who were more qualified, or who knew the teachers, or who had more experience in the fields in question, leaving her stuck between a rock and a hard place until a rather whimsical teacher decides to take her on.
12th Jan '16 3:53:03 AM Zadia
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** X decides to follow Aylia to the magical school, but is faced with a problem: all human students must be able to pass a proficiency test in a language X doesn't know. X ends up resorting to the exceptionally bad lie that she's actually a fairy who suffered an irreversible shapeshifting accident that left her mostly human with fairy wings, but it does work... until she meets a fairy student majoring in shapeshifting, who points out that there's no way that the 'accident' couldn't be fixed by the teachers, and easily guesses from X's reaction that X lied about her species.
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** X decides to follow Aylia to the magical school, but is faced with a problem: all human students must be able to pass a proficiency test in a language X doesn't know. X ends up resorting to the exceptionally bad lie that she's actually a fairy who suffered an irreversible a shapeshifting accident that left her mostly human with fairy wings, but it does work... until except that not only do many of the fairy students feel sorry for her and want to help her get the 'accident' fixed, when X says it's irreversible, she then meets a fairy student majoring in shapeshifting, shapeshifting who points out that there's no way that the 'accident' couldn't be fixed by the teachers, fixed, and easily guesses from X's reaction that X lied about her species.
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