History Series / LegendOfTheSeeker

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* VerySpecialEpisode: {{Defied}} in "Elixir"... ultimately. But it still comes off as Narm to some.

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* %%* VerySpecialEpisode: {{Defied}} in "Elixir"... ultimately. But it still comes off as Narm to some.
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* LandmineGoesClick: One unfortunate Sister of the Dark finds this out in "Bound" and has just about enough time to [[OhCrap realize it]] before she goes boom. Richard explains a moment later that these types of mines only go off when you step off them, which is what saves [[spoiler:Nicci]] from the same fate. This also holds for many RealLife land mines.

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* LandmineGoesClick: One unfortunate Sister of the Dark finds this out in "Bound" and has just about enough time to [[OhCrap realize it]] before she goes boom. Richard explains a moment later that these types of mines only go off when you step off them, which is what saves [[spoiler:Nicci]] from the same fate. This also holds for many some RealLife land mines.mines, but as the trope page mentions, these are a minority.
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* CourtroomEpisode

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* CourtroomEpisodeCourtroomEpisode:



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* NewSuperPower

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** Notably, [[AntiMagic Jennsen]] and [[DreamingOfThingsToCome the Priestess of Casca]].

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** Notably, [[AntiMagic Jennsen]] and [[DreamingOfThingsToCome the Priestess of Casca]].



** [[spoiler:Heart!Kahlan]] vs [[spoiler:Head!Kahlan]] in "Torn", with both displaying negative extremes.

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** [[spoiler:Heart!Kahlan]] [[spoiler:The emotional half of Kahlan]] vs [[spoiler:Head!Kahlan]] [[spoiler:the rational half of Kahlan]] in "Torn", with both displaying negative extremes.



* FateWorseThanDeath

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* FateWorseThanDeathFateWorseThanDeath:



* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Arguable on funny, but in "Mirror", as a Mord-Sith goes to inspect a fake "Zedd" tied to a tree in the foreground the real Zedd looses a blast of Wizard's Fire that throws back nearby D'Haran soldiers dozens of feet away.

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* FunnyBackgroundEvent: Arguable on funny, but in FunnyBackgroundEvent:
** In
"Mirror", as a Mord-Sith goes to inspect a fake "Zedd" tied to a tree in the foreground the real Zedd looses a blast of Wizard's Fire that throws back nearby D'Haran soldiers dozens of feet away.



* AGodAmI

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* AGodAmIAGodAmI:



* GrandTheftMe

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* GrandTheftMeGrandTheftMe:



* HeroicSacrifice
** [[spoiler:Leo diving in front of Nicci's lightning to save Kahlan.]]

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* HeroicSacrifice
HeroicSacrifice:
** [[spoiler:Leo [[spoiler:Leo]] diving in front of Nicci's [[spoiler:Nicci]]'s lightning to save Kahlan.]]



* KickTheDog
** After he finds out that [[spoiler:Richard has all three Boxes of Orden]], Rahl responds to this bad news by killing a kitten with his bare hands.
** Actually, Rahl and his men do it several times an episode.
* KillItWithFire

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* KickTheDog
** After
KickTheDog: Rahl and his men do it several times an episode. For example, after he finds out that [[spoiler:Richard has all three Boxes of Orden]], Rahl responds to this bad news by killing a kitten with his bare hands.
** Actually, Rahl and his men do it several times an episode.
hands.
* KillItWithFireKillItWithFire:



** Also, this is the only way to truly kill a baneling, torching its body so it can't rise from the dead yet again. You could also freeze it and then [[LiterallyShatteredLives break it]] (which is how he killed another undead creature).
* KnifeNut

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** Also, this This is the only way to truly kill a baneling, torching its body so it can't rise from the dead yet again. You could also freeze it and then [[LiterallyShatteredLives break it]] (which is how he killed Zedd kills another undead creature).
* KnifeNutKnifeNut:



* KnightTemplar

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* KnightTemplarKnightTemplar:



* LastOfHisKind

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* LastOfHisKindLastOfHisKind:



* LightIsNotGood

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* LightIsNotGoodLightIsNotGood:



** [[spoiler:Nicci is blonde after coming BackFromTheDead.]]
** Panis Rahl... sort of. Panis Rahl is nowhere near as evil or sadistic as his son, Darken. Panis may have been corrupt, but not to an extent that is unusual of a stereotypical king. Also, he seems to be genuinely looking for redemption when he finds Richard. [[spoiler:[[RedemptionEqualsDeath He gets it]]]].

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** [[spoiler:Nicci [[spoiler:Nicci]] is blonde after coming BackFromTheDead.]]
BackFromTheDead.
** Panis Rahl... sort of. Panis Rahl He is nowhere near as evil or sadistic as his son, Darken. Panis may have been corrupt, but not to an extent that is unusual of a stereotypical king. Also, he seems to be genuinely looking for redemption when he finds Richard. [[spoiler:[[RedemptionEqualsDeath He gets it]]]].



* LotusEaterMachine: The episode "Home".

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* %%* LotusEaterMachine: The episode "Home".



* MagicKnight

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* MagicKnightMagicKnight:



** Also Nicci, who is a capable combatant [[spoiler: as well as the most powerful sorceress in the series.]]

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** Also Nicci, who is a capable combatant [[spoiler: as well as the most powerful sorceress in the series.]]



* MrFanservice: Richard.

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* %%* MrFanservice: Richard.



* MutualKill

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* MutualKillMutualKill:



* [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch My People Doth Protest Too Much]]: A D'Haran who plans to kill Darken Rahl appears in the episode "Listener", while multiple ones with the same plan, disgusted by his horrifying magical experiments on innocent people, show up in "Conversion." They join with Richard et al. in attempting to kill him.

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* [[MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch My People Doth Protest Too Much]]: MySpeciesDothProtestTooMuch: A D'Haran who plans to kill Darken Rahl appears in the episode "Listener", while multiple ones with the same plan, disgusted by his horrifying magical experiments on innocent people, show up in "Conversion." They join with Richard et al. in attempting to kill him.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero
** After realizing what his oldest son would become, Panis made sure to fulfill his part in the prophecy to stop him. Problem is, after doing so, he gloated to Darken about everything. Darken responded by killing him. This also led to the deaths cited in the next entry.
** Not to mention when Darken Rahl [[spoiler: destroys the Boxes of Orden in an attempt to stop Richard from using them and inadvertently tears the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead.]]
** The most glaring example has to be the wizard Amfortas from the backstory. His meddling to try to prevent the Seeker Kieran from being Confessed resulted in exactly that happening, followed by the Confessor dying and Kieran going into a [[LoveMakesYouEvil frenzy of violence against innocents]] and forcing Amfortas to kill him, meaning that the Seeker failed his quest because of Amfortas' meddling. Then he trapped Kieran's spirit in his corpse, resulting in the possessions of Richard and Kahlan. He even planned to trap Richard in the tomb to prevent Kieran from escaping, nearly handing victory to Darken Rahl.
* NiceJobBreakingItHerod / GenocideBackfire: As soon as he learns of the prophecy, Rahl orders every first-born son in the town where the Seeker is to be born killed. Turns out he missed one...

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero
NiceJobBreakingItHero:
** After realizing what his oldest son would become, Panis made sure to fulfill his part in the prophecy to stop him. Problem is, after doing so, he gloated to Darken about everything. Darken responded by killing him. This also led to the deaths cited in the next entry.
** Not to mention when Darken Rahl [[spoiler: destroys the Boxes of Orden in an attempt to stop Richard from using them and inadvertently tears the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead.]]
him.
** The most glaring example has to be the wizard Amfortas from the backstory. His meddling to try to prevent the Seeker Kieran from being Confessed resulted in exactly that happening, followed by the Confessor dying and Kieran going into a [[LoveMakesYouEvil frenzy of violence against innocents]] and forcing Amfortas to kill him, meaning that the Seeker failed his quest because of Amfortas' meddling. Then he trapped Kieran's spirit in his corpse, resulting in the possessions of Richard and Kahlan. He even planned to trap Richard in the tomb to prevent Kieran from escaping, nearly handing victory to Darken Rahl.
* NiceJobBreakingItHerod / GenocideBackfire: NiceJobBreakingItHerod: As soon as he learns of the prophecy, Rahl orders every first-born son in the town where the Seeker is to be born killed. Turns out he missed one...



* OffingTheOffspring

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* OffingTheOffspringOffingTheOffspring:



** [[spoiler:Also, after luring Cara into a trap with a threat to her (and his) son, Darken Rahl reveals that he had been killed at birth, just as she originally thought.]]

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** [[spoiler:Also, after [[spoiler:After luring Cara into a trap with a threat to her (and his) son, Darken Rahl reveals that he had been killed at birth, just as she originally thought.]]



* [[OncePerEpisode Once per Season]]: Like the books, both seasons featured different Wizard's Rules. The pilot had Zedd briefly quoting the Wizard's First Rule[[labelnote:+ ]]People will believe a lie if they want it to be true, or if they're afraid it might be true[[/labelnote]], and the second season opener has him quoting the second[[labelnote:+ ]]Sometimes you do the most harm by trying to do the most good[[/labelnote]].

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* [[OncePerEpisode Once per Season]]: OnceASeason: Like the books, both seasons featured different Wizard's Rules. The pilot had Zedd briefly quoting the Wizard's First Rule[[labelnote:+ ]]People will believe a lie if they want it to be true, or if they're afraid it might be true[[/labelnote]], and the second season opener has him quoting the second[[labelnote:+ ]]Sometimes you do the most harm by trying to do the most good[[/labelnote]].



* PerfectlyArrangedMarriage

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* PerfectlyArrangedMarriagePerfectlyArrangedMarriage:



* ThePowerOfLove

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* ThePowerOfLoveThePowerOfLove:



* PsychoLesbian
** Dahlia.
** The Mord-Sith generally; also {{Depraved Bisexual}}s.
* PunchClockVillain

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* PsychoLesbian
** Dahlia.
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PsychoLesbian: The Mord-Sith generally; also {{Depraved Bisexual}}s.
%%** Dahlia.
* PunchClockVillainPunchClockVillain:



** Also, two D'Haran officers plan to kill Rahl, but are accidentally [[NiceJobBreakingItHero foiled by Richard and Kahlan]].

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** Also, two Two D'Haran officers plan to kill Rahl, but are accidentally [[NiceJobBreakingItHero foiled by Richard and Kahlan]].



* RedemptionEqualsDeath
** Poor [[spoiler:Michael]].
** Also [[spoiler:Panis Rahl]].
* RedShirt

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* RedemptionEqualsDeath
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%%* RedemptionEqualsDeath:
%%**
Poor [[spoiler:Michael]].
** Also %%** [[spoiler:Panis Rahl]].
* RedShirtRedShirt:



* [[TakingTheBullet Taking the Lightning Bolt]]: [[spoiler:Leo, for Kahlan.]]

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* [[TakingTheBullet Taking the Lightning Bolt]]: %%* TakingTheBullet: [[spoiler:Leo, for Kahlan.]]



* ThereIsAnother

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* ThereIsAnotherThereIsAnother:



* UnstoppableRage

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* UnstoppableRageUnstoppableRage:



** Also, Richard and the Minders after Zedd removes their binding spell.

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** Also, Richard and the Minders after Zedd removes their binding spell.



* WhyDontYaJustShootHim

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* WhyDontYaJustShootHimWhyDontYaJustShootHim:



* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Cara the Mord'Sith...and probably all Mord'Sith for that matter, by their conditioning.

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* WoobieDestroyerOfWorlds: Cara the Mord'Sith... and probably all Mord'Sith for that matter, by their conditioning.



* YouHaveFailedMe

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* YouHaveFailedMeYouHaveFailedMe:
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* AdamAndEvePlot
** [[spoiler:Defied by Richard and Kahlan in "Eternity".]]
** [[spoiler: Also turns out to be Nicci's plot in "Tears".]]
* AdaptationDyeJob

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* AdamAndEvePlot
** [[spoiler:Defied
%%* AdamAndEvePlot:
%%** Defied
by Richard [[spoiler:Richard and Kahlan Kahlan]] in "Eternity"."Eternity".
%%** [[spoiler:Nicci's plot in "Tears".
]]
** [[spoiler: Also turns out to be Nicci's plot in "Tears".]]
* AdaptationDyeJobAdaptationDyeJob:



* AdaptationalHeroism: In the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, Richard's step-brother, Michael, is a villain of the first book, who's willingly in league with Darken Rahl, and executed after his treachery is found out. In this, he is instead fooled into serving Rahl and when push comes to shove, he sides with his brother, [[spoiler:dying in a HeroicSacrifice]].

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* AdaptationalHeroism: AdaptationalHeroism:
**
In the ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' series, Richard's step-brother, Michael, is a villain of the first book, who's willingly in league with Darken Rahl, and executed after his treachery is found out. In this, he is instead fooled into serving Rahl and when push comes to shove, he sides with his brother, [[spoiler:dying in a HeroicSacrifice]].



* AlternateRealityEpisode

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* AlternateRealityEpisodeAlternateRealityEpisode:



** Also in the last episode in the first season, in which [[spoiler: Richard and Cara are sent into a future where Rahl won, and his and Kahlan's son, a male confessor, took over the world by confessing ''everyone'', the sort of thing the other Confessors had warned Richard about earlier in the series.]]
* AlwaysChaoticEvil

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** Also in In the last episode in the first season, in which [[spoiler: Richard and Cara are sent into a future where Rahl won, and his and Kahlan's son, a male confessor, took over the world by confessing ''everyone'', the sort of thing the other Confessors had warned Richard about earlier in the series.]]
* AlwaysChaoticEvilAlwaysChaoticEvil:



** The Keeper of the Underworld

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** The Keeper of the UnderworldUnderworld.



** Jenssen.

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** Jenssen.Jenssen is completely immune to any kind of magic, but can't use any either.



* ArmorIsUseless: Richard and Kahlan wear no armor whatsoever, yet suffer hardly a scratch while fighting dozens of enemies. The D'Harans, on the other hand, almost always show up in mail or plate armor and [[RedShirtArmy get mowed down by the dozens]]. D'Harans dying by Kahlan's knives are particularly egregious since mail is designed specifically to withstand edged weapons.

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* ArmorIsUseless: ArmorIsUseless:
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Richard and Kahlan wear no armor whatsoever, yet suffer hardly a scratch while fighting dozens of enemies. The D'Harans, on the other hand, almost always show up in mail or plate armor and [[RedShirtArmy get mowed down by the dozens]]. D'Harans dying by Kahlan's knives are particularly egregious since mail is designed specifically to withstand edged weapons.



* BadassGrandpa: Zedd.

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* BadassGrandpa: Zedd.At first it looks like Zedd is a crazy old man who plays with his hens while nude, but he turns out to be a powerful magician of the First Order. He becomes one of Richard's allies throughout the series.



* BecauseYouWereNiceToMe

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* BecauseYouWereNiceToMeBecauseYouWereNiceToMe:



* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: The Sisters of the Light kill themselves rather than face what they believe is certain death at the hands of the banelings during one of Richard's dreams induced by magic in "Perdition".
** Also mentioned as happening in the Battle of Aldamont. The defeated soldiers threw themselves in the waters rather than surrender, as recounted in "Torn".

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* BetterToDieThanBeKilled: BetterToDieThanBeKilled:
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The Sisters of the Light kill themselves rather than face what they believe is certain death at the hands of the banelings during one of Richard's dreams induced by magic in "Perdition".
** Also mentioned Mentioned as happening in the Battle of Aldamont. The defeated soldiers threw themselves in the waters rather than surrender, as recounted in "Torn".



* BiTheWay: Cara.

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* %%* BiTheWay: Cara.



* BloodMagic

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* BloodMagicBloodMagic:



* CanNotSpitItOut

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* CanNotSpitItOutCanNotSpitItOut:



** Also Kahlan from the beginning of the series, until either "Identity" or "Denna".
* CanonDiscontinuity: [[spoiler:Darken Rahl]] claims he was the first baneling. However, in the AlternateRealityEpisode, he has somehow survived without killing for nearly a year. The most likely possibility is that he simply lied. Alternatively, as the first baneling, and as a direct conspirator with the Keeper, it could be that his deal works differently from the usual "kill one person a day or you die" banelings.

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** Also Kahlan from the beginning of the series, until either "Identity" or "Denna".
* CanonDiscontinuity: CanonDiscontinuity:
**
[[spoiler:Darken Rahl]] claims he was the first baneling. However, in the AlternateRealityEpisode, he has somehow survived without killing for nearly a year. The most likely possibility is that he simply lied. Alternatively, as the first baneling, and as a direct conspirator with the Keeper, it could be that his deal works differently from the usual "kill one person a day or you die" banelings.



* ChildByRape: As in the Literature/SwordOfTruth novels, all children of Confessors are conceived this way, as their mates have lost all free will and do as the Confessor wishes. They come back to their senses at the Confessor's death, with poor reactions: Kahlan's father forced her sister and her to use their powers for evil, binding their wrists if they refused. The only other living Confessor was locked in a tower all her life by her father out of fear.
** Richard and Jennsen as well, due to Panis Rahl [[BedTrick seducing their mother while disguised as a young shepherd]]-a rape by fraud.

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* ChildByRape: ChildByRape:
**
As in the Literature/SwordOfTruth ''Literature/SwordOfTruth'' novels, all children of Confessors are conceived this way, as their mates have lost all free will and do as the Confessor wishes. They come back to their senses at the Confessor's death, with poor reactions: Kahlan's father forced her sister and her to use their powers for evil, binding their wrists if they refused. The only other living Confessor was locked in a tower all her life by her father out of fear.
** Richard and Jennsen as well, Jennsen, due to Panis Rahl [[BedTrick seducing their mother while disguised as a young shepherd]]-a rape by fraud.



* TheChooserOfTheOne: Zedd.
* ChosenOne

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* %%* TheChooserOfTheOne: Zedd.
* %%* ChosenOne



* ClingyJealousGirl: [[spoiler: Heart!Kahlan]] in "Torn".

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* %%* ClingyJealousGirl: [[spoiler: Heart!Kahlan]] in "Torn".



* ContinuityNod

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* ContinuityNodContinuityNod:



* CoolSword: Guess.

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* CoolSword: Guess.The Sword of Truth.



* DarkActionGirl

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* DarkActionGirlDarkActionGirl:



* DarkAndTroubledPast
** Nicci; Cara; Kahlan; Denee...
** And Zedd has that "I fixed Panis' penis" guilt. Really, everyone in the show except Richard.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast
** Nicci; Cara; Kahlan; Denee...
** And
DarkAndTroubledPast: Zedd has that "I fixed Panis' penis" guilt. Really, everyone in the show except Richard.guilt.
%%** Nicci.
%%** Cara.
%%** Kahlan.
%%** Denee.



* DefrostingIceQueen: Cara.

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* %%* DefrostingIceQueen: Cara.



* DistractedByTheSexy

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* DistractedByTheSexyDistractedByTheSexy:



-->'''Richard:''' I was... distracted.\\

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-->'''Richard:''' --->'''Richard:''' I was... distracted.\\



-->'''Kahlan:''' Someone stole the Sword of Truth? How did that happen?\\

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-->'''Kahlan:''' --->'''Kahlan:''' Someone stole the Sword of Truth? How did that happen?\\



* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: In the sixth episode, "Elixir", the heroes fight [[DrugsAreBad potion peddlers]].

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* DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything: DoesThisRemindYouOfAnything:
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In the sixth episode, "Elixir", the heroes fight [[DrugsAreBad potion peddlers]].



* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale

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* DoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMaleDoubleStandardRapeFemaleOnMale:



* DualWielding
** See also: KnifeNut.
** Cara has also been seen wielding two Agiels.

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* DualWielding
** See also: KnifeNut.
**
DualWielding: Cara has also been seen wielding two Agiels.



* EmotionsVsStoicism
** [[spoiler: Heart!Kahlan vs Head!Kahlan in "Torn", with both displaying negative extremes.]]

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* EmotionsVsStoicism
EmotionsVsStoicism:
** [[spoiler: Heart!Kahlan [[spoiler:Heart!Kahlan]] vs Head!Kahlan [[spoiler:Head!Kahlan]] in "Torn", with both displaying negative extremes.]]



* EnemyMine
** {{Defied}}. Darken Rahl ''tries'' to talk Richard into one when he [[spoiler:is killed]], but Richard flat out refuses.
** However, Darken Rahl tries this strategy again in "Vengeance" and "Extinction" with quite a bit more success.

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* EnemyMine
EnemyMine:
** {{Defied}}. Darken Rahl ''tries'' to talk Richard into one when he [[spoiler:is killed]], but Richard flat out refuses.
**
refuses. However, Darken Rahl tries this strategy again in "Vengeance" and "Extinction" with quite a bit more success.



* EnfantTerrible

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* EnfantTerribleEnfantTerrible:



** And taken to an extreme in the finale, when the little boy Richard is protecting turns out to be [[spoiler:[[{{Satan}} The Keeper]]]].

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** And taken Taken to an extreme in the finale, when the little boy Richard is protecting turns out to be [[spoiler:[[{{Satan}} The Keeper]]]].



* [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas Even Bad Men Love Their Daddies]]: Throughout "Vengeance", Darken Rahl is trying to get Zedd and his brother to kill Panis Rahl. When [[spoiler:he is killed by a Sister of the Dark and goes to the underworld, Darken...gives him a hug, and asks if he forgives him. We don't get to hear the answer, but Panis is clearly moved.]]

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* [[EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas Even Bad Men Love Their Daddies]]: EvenBadMenLoveTheirMamas: Throughout "Vengeance", Darken Rahl is trying to get Zedd and his brother to kill Panis Rahl. When [[spoiler:he is killed by a Sister of the Dark and goes to the underworld, Darken...gives him a hug, and asks if he forgives him. We don't get to hear the answer, but Panis is clearly moved.]]



* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Cara in "Eternity", although she grows out of it.]] The ending was surprising.
* FakeMemories: Used to frame people and fool Kahlen in "Confession."

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* %%* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Cara [[spoiler:Cara in "Eternity", although she grows out of it.]] The ending was surprising.
* FakeMemories: Used to frame people and fool Kahlen Kahlan in "Confession."
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* BackFromTheDead: The Mord-Sith can do this by using the [[KissofLife Breath of Life]]. It seems to heal the fatal wounds suffered, but it won't save you if your windpipe was severed, or if your body was too badly damaged, and it has to be used within a short amount of time after the death.
** [[spoiler: Zedd tries to bring a woman back in the episode "Wizard" and appears to succeed. However, it is revealed that it was the Keeper who brought her back as a baneling. Apparently, even wizards of the First Order are not strong enough to defeat death.]]
** Combined with an unwilling GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:Dennee.]]
** And again in "Princess", combined with a ''willing'' GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler: Nicci.]]
** [[spoiler:Not to mention Richard himself in "Resurrection".]]
** [[spoiler:And both Cara and Thaddicus in "Hunger".]] Really, Legend of the Seeker seems to ''love'' this trope.
** [[spoiler:And then again in "Walter", this time, Darken Rahl.]]
** [[spoiler:Darken Rahl reveals to Richard that he has been a baneling for decades, slaughtering thousands to appease his master, the Keeper]]. By now it's pretty safe to say DeathIsCheap in this show.
** Once more for the finale: [[spoiler: Cara, Dahlia, Leo, Nicci, and Richard!]]
** Potentially justified by the fact that the second season revolves around the barrier between the world of life and the underworld breaking down, so it fits with the overall theme.

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* BackFromTheDead: BackFromTheDead:
**
The Mord-Sith can do this by using the [[KissofLife Breath of Life]]. It seems to heal the fatal wounds suffered, but it won't save you if your windpipe was severed, or if your body was too badly damaged, and it has to be used within a short amount of time after the death.
** [[spoiler: Zedd [[spoiler:Zedd tries to bring a woman back in the episode "Wizard" and appears to succeed. However, it is revealed that it was the Keeper who brought her back as a baneling. Apparently, even wizards of the First Order are not strong enough to defeat death.]]
** [[spoiler:Darken Rahl reveals to Richard that he has been a baneling for decades, slaughtering thousands to appease his master, the Keeper]].
** In the finale, [[spoiler:Cara, Dahlia, Leo, Nicci, and Richard.]] Keep in mind that the second season revolves around the barrier between the world of life and the underworld breaking down, so it fits with the overall theme.
%%**
Combined with an unwilling GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler:Dennee.]]
** And again in %%** In "Princess", combined with a ''willing'' GrandTheftMe: [[spoiler: Nicci.[[spoiler:Nicci.]]
** [[spoiler:Not to mention Richard himself %%** [[spoiler:Richard]] in "Resurrection"."Resurrection".
%%** Both [[spoiler:Cara]] and [[spoiler:Thaddicus]] in "Hunger".
]]
** [[spoiler:And both Cara and Thaddicus in "Hunger".]] Really, Legend of the Seeker seems to ''love'' this trope.
** [[spoiler:And then again in
%%** In "Walter", this time, Darken Rahl.]]
**
[[spoiler:Darken Rahl reveals to Richard that he has been a baneling for decades, slaughtering thousands to appease his master, the Keeper]]. By now it's pretty safe to say DeathIsCheap in this show.
** Once more for the finale: [[spoiler: Cara, Dahlia, Leo, Nicci, and Richard!]]
** Potentially justified by the fact that the second season revolves around the barrier between the world of life and the underworld breaking down, so it fits with the overall theme.
Rahl]].
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** Kahlan lets herself fall when she's left hanging from Richard after she slips when going up a cliff, so he can take the Stone of Tears off to stop the Keeper in "Eternity". Luckily it turns out to be just a magical illusion and she's fine.



** Kahlan lets herself fall when she's left hanging from Richard after she slips when going up a cliff, so he can take the Stone of Tears to stop the Keeper in "Eternity". Luckily it turns out to be just a magical illusion and she's unharmed.
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* AcquittedTooLate: In "Confession," a man is proven to have been [[FrameUp framed]] using FakeMemories only after he was hanged for murder.

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* AcquittedTooLate: In "Confession," "Confession", a man is proven to have been [[FrameUp framed]] using FakeMemories only after he was hanged for murder.



** In "Touched," the Night Wisps find another Confessor. She's unaware of her power, having been kept by her father in a tower all her life, since he was her mother's {{sex slave}} and fears being Confessed again. When she's freed and meets the party, she ends up accidentally Confessing Finn, then Richard deliberately after they try to abscond together. Finally, they have to [[DePower remove her magic]] with a quillion, leaving Kahlan as the last Confessor again.

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** In "Touched," "Touched", the Night Wisps find another Confessor. She's unaware of her power, having been kept by her father in a tower all her life, since he was her mother's {{sex slave}} and fears being Confessed again. When she's freed and meets the party, she ends up accidentally Confessing Finn, then Richard deliberately after they try to abscond together. Finally, they have to [[DePower remove her magic]] with a quillion, leaving Kahlan as the last Confessor again.
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** In "Touched" the Night Wisps find another Confessor. She's unaware of her power, having been kept by her father in a tower all her life, since he was her mother's {{sex slave}} and fears being Confessed again. When she's freed and meets the party, she ends up accidentally Confessing Finn, then Richard deliberately after they try to abscond together. Finally, they have to [[DePower remove her magic]] with a quillion, leaving Kahlan as the last Confessor again.

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** In "Touched" "Touched," the Night Wisps find another Confessor. She's unaware of her power, having been kept by her father in a tower all her life, since he was her mother's {{sex slave}} and fears being Confessed again. When she's freed and meets the party, she ends up accidentally Confessing Finn, then Richard deliberately after they try to abscond together. Finally, they have to [[DePower remove her magic]] with a quillion, leaving Kahlan as the last Confessor again.



** The wizard Amfortas in the past, who's attempts to stop Kieran from being Confessed ended up [[spoiler: [[SelfFulfillingProphecy causing exactly what he was trying to prevent.]]]]

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** The wizard Amfortas in the past, who's whose attempts to stop Kieran from being Confessed ended up [[spoiler: [[SelfFulfillingProphecy causing exactly what he was trying to prevent.]]]]
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* AbusiveParents: Kahlan's father forced her sister and her to use their powers for evil, punishing them whenever they refused.
* AcquittedTooLate: In "Confession" a man is proven to have been [[FrameUp framed]] using FakeMemories only after he was hanged for murder.

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* AbusiveParents: Kahlan's father forced her sister and her sister to use their powers for evil, punishing them whenever they refused.
* AcquittedTooLate: In "Confession" "Confession," a man is proven to have been [[FrameUp framed]] using FakeMemories only after he was hanged for murder.



** Darken Rahl and Nicci, [[spoiler:(well Nicci-ish... she's reborn in a body that's blonde later]] among others.

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** Darken Rahl and Nicci, Nicci [[spoiler:(well Nicci-ish... she's reborn in a body that's blonde later]] later)]], among others.



* AGodAmI
** In Season 2, a woman shows up and claims to be the Creator reborn in [[PhysicalGod a mortal body]]. Later in the episode, [[spoiler:it is revealed that she got her powers from ''all'' of the Sisters of the Light transferring their Han to her. She disappears at the end of the episode, and it is intentionally left ambiguous as to if she has any sort of connection to the actual Creator, though she knows things which are inexplicable otherwise.]]
** In the Season 2 finale, the [[TheDevil Keeper]] enters the mortal realm in the body of a boy.


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* AGodAmI
** In Season 2, a woman shows up and claims to be the Creator reborn in [[PhysicalGod a mortal body]]. Later in the episode, [[spoiler:it is revealed that she got her powers from ''all'' of the Sisters of the Light transferring their Han to her. She disappears at the end of the episode, and it is intentionally left ambiguous as to if she has any sort of connection to the actual Creator, though she knows things which are inexplicable otherwise.]]
** In the Season 2 finale, the [[TheDevil Keeper]] enters the mortal realm in the body of a boy.
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