History Webcomic / DivineBells

21st Jul '17 2:15:08 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* WackyMarriageProposal: Do-Ahn's proposal to [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] is phrased as a means of resolving an error he made. There's also [[spoiler:No-Woo and Mu-Hyang]] proposing to ''propose to each other'' by referencing the former's proposal to the latter when they were still children.

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* WackyMarriageProposal: Do-Ahn's proposal to [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] is phrased as a means of resolving an error he made. There's also [[spoiler:No-Woo and Mu-Hyang]] proposing to ''propose to each other'' by referencing the former's proposal to the latter when they were still children.children; [[spoiler:the way it's phrased, Mu-Hyang accepts No-Woo's renewal of her childhood proposal by informing her that this time he'll be the one to say it]].
21st Jul '17 2:05:14 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang for Hong-Ryung, and it's completely justified (not that it needed to be) considering the risks Hong-Ryung takes in keeping Mu-Hyang at the palace by keeping the latter's illegitimacy quiet.]] Also, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon has this for Ga-Bi.]]

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* UndyingLoyalty: [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang for Hong-Ryung, and it's completely justified (not that it needed to be) considering the risks Hong-Ryung takes in keeping Mu-Hyang at the palace by keeping the latter's illegitimacy quiet.]] Also, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon has this for Ga-Bi.]]Ga-Bi]].
* WackyMarriageProposal: Do-Ahn's proposal to [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] is phrased as a means of resolving an error he made. There's also [[spoiler:No-Woo and Mu-Hyang]] proposing to ''propose to each other'' by referencing the former's proposal to the latter when they were still children.
21st Jul '17 1:53:28 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* AnIcePerson: Yun.



** For example: [[spoiler:The significance of the stone which breaks in chapter two is found out during chapter one hundred fourteen, when Yu-Ha speaks to Ha-Hyeon.]]

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** For example: [[spoiler:The significance of the stone which breaks in chapter two is found out during chapter one hundred fourteen, when Yu-Ha speaks to Ha-Hyeon.]]Ha-Hyeon]].
* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Beak-Yeom/ Dong-Hyung]].



* TheHeavy: [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] in a rare heroic example, mostly as a result of NiceJobBreakingItHero, though not everything [[spoiler:she]] does ends so badly ([[spoiler: sealing herself underneath Myung-Joo's palace ended well, for one]]).



* AnIcePerson: Yun.



* TheMole/ ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon in a really complicated and convoluted way. She ultimately turns out to be a mole acting as [[TheMole a mole]] for Baek-Yeom. In other words, she was "good" and decided to infiltrate the Baek-Yeaom's circle, and during that infiltration was asked to infiltrate Hong-Ryung's fellowship, whom she ultimately betrays for the sake of continuing her initial infiltration and achieve her goal]].



* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Hong-Ryung gives quite a few of these when ever he is angry. The first of these is in chapter seventeen to Dong-Hyung, in reaction to Dong-Hyung's naïvety. He also gives a long rather scathing one in chapter one hundred to Hyun-Joo for the latter's refusal to acknowledge what's in front of him, stubborn pride, and confused priorities; that one is ultimately [[InspirationalInsult productive]]. In chapter one hundred twenty-seven, Hong-Ryung gives one to Baek-Yeom, addressing where he went wrong; unfortunately, Baek-Yeom's response to being called insane is "Of Course."



* TheSpock: Ha-Hyeon and Ji-Eun.



* TheStoic: Ha-Hyeon and Ji-Eun.



* TheChessmaster: [[spoiler:Beak-Yeom/ Dong-Hyung.]]
* TheHeavy: [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] in a rare heroic example, mostly as a result of NiceJobBreakingItHero, though not everything [[spoiler:she]] does ends so badly ([[spoiler: sealing herself underneath Myung-Joo's palace ended well, for one]]).
* TheMole/ ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon in a really complicated and convoluted way. She ultimately turns out to be a mole acting as [[TheMole a mole]] for Baek-Yeom. In other words, she was "good" and decided to infiltrate the Baek-Yeaom's circle, and during that infiltration was asked to infiltrate Hong-Ryung's fellowship, whom she ultimately betrays for the sake of continuing her initial infiltration and achieve her goal]].
* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: Hong-Ryung gives quite a few of these when ever he is angry. The first of these is in chapter seventeen to Dong-Hyung, in reaction to Dong-Hyung's naïvety. He also gives a long rather scathing one in chapter one hundred to Hyun-Joo for the latter's refusal to acknowledge what's in front of him, stubborn pride, and confused priorities; that one is ultimately [[InspirationalInsult productive]]. In chapter one hundred twenty-seven, Hong-Ryung gives one to Baek-Yeom, addressing where he went wrong; unfortunately, Baek-Yeom's response to being called insane is "Of Course."
* TheSpock: Ha-Hyeon and Ji-Eun.
* TheStoic: Ha-Hyeon and Ji-Eun.
* TheWisePrince: Hong-Ryung, definitely. No-Woo as well, as female example. [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang does and doesn't fit this trope, because although it mostly fits, protecting his brother is among his chief priorities.]]


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* TheWisePrince: Hong-Ryung, definitely. No-Woo as well, as female example. [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang does and doesn't fit this trope, because although it mostly fits, protecting his brother is among his chief priorities]].
21st Jul '17 1:47:29 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both played strait and subverted because ''all'' of Dae-Hyun's imperial family have red eyes. [[spoiler:The BigBad, both before and after he reincarnates has this, and this trope may also be considered to be played strait when Baek-Yeom is in a fake body (invariably, in the form of one of his brothers). Hyun-Joo also is an example, prior to realizing that he is being manipulated and faces up to that.]] On the other hand, both Baek-Yeom's father and [[spoiler:Jin-Won]] were apparently good men, and Gang-Hui's eyes are likewise red, which ends up subverting the trope.

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* RedEyesTakeWarning: Both played strait straight and subverted because ''all'' of Dae-Hyun's imperial family have red eyes. [[spoiler:The BigBad, both before and after he reincarnates has this, and this trope may also be considered to be played strait straight when Baek-Yeom is in a fake body (invariably, in the form of one of his brothers). Hyun-Joo also is an example, prior to realizing that he is being manipulated and faces up to that.]] On the other hand, both Baek-Yeom's father and [[spoiler:Jin-Won]] were apparently good men, and Gang-Hui's eyes are likewise red, which ends up subverting the trope.
21st Jul '17 1:42:51 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* LoveConfession: [[spoiler: Yun gives a [[TearJerker tear jerking]] DyingDeclarationOfLove to Guk-Yool (remarking on the {{Irony}} of his planed actions) just before preforming a HeroicSacrifice.]]
** Not dissimilarly, when Mu-Hyang believes he is dying, [[spoiler:he thinks that No-Woo is only there in his head, so he ends up [[NotSoFinalConfession explaining himself]] and giving a slightly [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove anguished]] DyingDeclarationOfLove. This is played for laughs once he realizes that No-Woo ''is'' real, but returns to being something of a TearJerker when he faints from blood-loss.]] Later, in chapter one hundred nine, [[spoiler:No-Woo has him give one in direct language, and Mu-Hyang [[InterruptedDeclarationOfLove complies... only to be interrupted]].]]

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* LoveConfession: [[spoiler: Yun [[spoiler:Yun gives a [[TearJerker tear jerking]] DyingDeclarationOfLove to Guk-Yool (remarking on the {{Irony}} of his planed actions) just before preforming a HeroicSacrifice.]]
HeroicSacrifice]].
** Not dissimilarly, when Mu-Hyang believes he is dying, [[spoiler:he thinks that No-Woo is only there in his head, so he ends up [[NotSoFinalConfession explaining himself]] and giving a slightly [[AnguishedDeclarationOfLove anguished]] DyingDeclarationOfLove. This is played for laughs PlayedForLaughs once he realizes that No-Woo ''is'' real, but returns to being something of a TearJerker when he faints from blood-loss.]] Later, in chapter one hundred nine, [[spoiler:No-Woo has him give one in direct language, and Mu-Hyang [[InterruptedDeclarationOfLove complies... only to be interrupted]].]]
21st Jul '17 1:35:47 AM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: This is invoked no less than three times. This is played strait when [[spoiler:Hoa-Back dies in No-Woo's arms after his HeroicSacrifice]] and when, after Baek-Yeom runs her through, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon dies in Hong-Ryung's arms.]] This same trope is partially inverted when [[spoiler:Yun dies protecting Guk-Yool; he protects Guk-Yool in his arms whilst expending his powers to a fatal degree]].

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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: This is invoked no less fewer than three times. This is played strait straight when [[spoiler:Hoa-Back dies in No-Woo's arms after his HeroicSacrifice]] and when, after Baek-Yeom runs her through, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon dies in Hong-Ryung's arms.]] This same trope is partially inverted when [[spoiler:Yun dies protecting Guk-Yool; he protects Guk-Yool in his arms whilst expending his powers to a fatal degree]].
19th May '17 1:45:14 PM HwaetGrimmalkin
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** For example: [[spoiler:The significance of the stone which breaks in chapter two is found out during chapter one hundred fourteen, when Yu-Ha speaks of Ha-Hyeon. This turns out to be tied to her BerserkButton.]]

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** For example: [[spoiler:The significance of the stone which breaks in chapter two is found out during chapter one hundred fourteen, when Yu-Ha speaks of Ha-Hyeon. This turns out to be tied to her BerserkButton.Ha-Hyeon.]]
19th May '17 1:44:02 PM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* FakingTheDead: Happens numerous times throughout the story. First, [[spoiler:Hong-Ryung and Gang-Hui fake their own deaths to allow themselves to escape being killed by Hyun-Joo and operate in secret]]. Later, [[spoiler:Gang-Hui and Mu-Hyang]] uses this to fool the BigBad into exhausting his energy and have him let down his guard. Also, [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] did this because she was afraid that [[spoiler:her being [[Really700YearsOld nearly immortal]] would cause Do-Ahn and Hong-Ryung problems]].

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* FakingTheDead: Happens numerous times throughout the story. First, [[spoiler:Hong-Ryung and Gang-Hui fake their own deaths to allow themselves to escape being killed by Hyun-Joo and operate in secret]]. Later, [[spoiler:Gang-Hui and Mu-Hyang]] uses use this to fool the BigBad into exhausting his energy and have him let down his guard. Also, [[spoiler:Ga-Bi]] did this because she was afraid that [[spoiler:her being [[Really700YearsOld nearly immortal]] would cause Do-Ahn and Hong-Ryung problems]].



* HappilyAdopted: This is the case with [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang (by Do-Ahn), and is implied to be case with Ga-Bi (by Baek-Yeom's father). Ha-Hyeon has this as well, the second time she is adopted, this time by Ga-Bi]].

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* HappilyAdopted: This is the case with [[spoiler:Mu-Hyang (by Do-Ahn), and is implied to be case with Ga-Bi (by Baek-Yeom's father). Ha-Hyeon has this as well, the second time she is adopted, this time by Ga-Bi]]. In the final chapter, Yu-Ha is adopted by Hae-Woon and seems to be cheerful.
19th May '17 1:33:59 PM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* BadassPrincess: No-Woo is both perceptive and adept at fighting. She is capable to getting a good understanding of the situation with minimal facts, a skill she puts to use both in her insults and course of action (when she isn't being rash). Whenever she is attacked by a bunch of [[{{Mooks}} mooks]], she is certainly capable of holding her ground. Even more impressive is her prowess on the battlefield when commanding soldiers.

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* BadassPrincess: No-Woo is both perceptive and adept at fighting. She is capable to of getting a good understanding of the situation with minimal facts, a skill she puts to use both in her insults and course of action (when she isn't being rash). Whenever she is attacked by a bunch of [[{{Mooks}} mooks]], she is certainly capable of holding her ground. Even more impressive is her prowess on the battlefield when commanding soldiers.
19th May '17 1:31:07 PM HwaetGrimmalkin
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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: This is invoked no less than three times. This is played strait when [[spoiler:Hoa-Back dies in No-Woo's arms after his HeroicSacrifice]] and, after Baek-Yeom runs her through, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon dies in Hong-Ryung's arms.]] This same trope is partially inverted when [[spoiler:Yun dies protecting Guk-Yool; he protects Guk-Yool in his arms whilst expending his powers to a fatal degree]].

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* DiedInYourArmsTonight: This is invoked no less than three times. This is played strait when [[spoiler:Hoa-Back dies in No-Woo's arms after his HeroicSacrifice]] and, and when, after Baek-Yeom runs her through, [[spoiler:Ha-Hyeon dies in Hong-Ryung's arms.]] This same trope is partially inverted when [[spoiler:Yun dies protecting Guk-Yool; he protects Guk-Yool in his arms whilst expending his powers to a fatal degree]].
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