History Webcomic / Erfworld

22nd Jul '17 8:09:44 PM aidreamer
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* {{Cap}}: There is no theoretical limit to {{Character Level}}s, but you are unlikely to see anyone get beyond 12. There ''is'' a limit on city levels, which cap out at 5.
20th Jul '17 7:28:31 PM TropesForever
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* BowTiesAreCool: Jack and Jillian during Book 2.
16th Jul '17 10:05:57 AM aidreamer
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* SentientCosmicForce: There are several different interpretations as to exactly how Fate works, but casters along the Fate axis essentially agree that Fate functions as one, manipulating events like a {{Railroading}} GameMaster to enforce prophecies.
2nd Jul '17 10:21:24 AM aidreamer
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* EverybodyHasStandards: Claud Gauntlet uses GameBreaker magic considered to be TheDarkArts on a regular basis. When he learns that [[spoiler:the Great Minds and Ivan Poe have uncovered a hack that allows for unlimited juice, Erfworld's version of {{Mana}}]], even he is absolutely horrified at just how dangerously game breaking this is.
24th Jun '17 6:45:56 AM Piterpicher
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** In [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%201/176 this]] Summer update, Jillian kills a fish. AFishCalledWanda. Bitter, ironic, and oddly funny.

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** In [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book%201/176 this]] Summer update, Jillian kills a fish. AFishCalledWanda.''Film/AFishCalledWanda''. Bitter, ironic, and oddly funny.
22nd Jun '17 8:12:23 AM aidreamer
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** Caster links are a type of MentalFusion with a total of 11 theoretical levels. For a long time, Thinkamancers did not dare go past level 7. But when [[spoiler:Charlie destroys their temple and croaks most of the Great Minds, the dead Great Minds are forced to join with one of the survivors into a level 8 for the first time, dooming them to die when they run out of juice or upon the next start of turn reset]].
3rd Jun '17 10:04:12 PM BenOfHouston
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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Queen Bea and her side only existed briefly in the story before quickly being wiped out. And yet, her legacy continues to have a disproportionately massive impact in thwarting Gobwin Knob. Roger implies that her final, suicidal act of spite actually generated a Croakamancy curse that continues to haunt them.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: Queen Bea and her side only existed briefly in the story before quickly being wiped out. Bea herself appeared in a single scene in a text-only update. And yet, her legacy continues to have a disproportionately massive impact in thwarting Gobwin Knob. Roger implies that her final, suicidal act of spite actually generated a Croakamancy curse that continues to haunt them.
26th May '17 8:32:44 PM aidreamer
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** Book 3, page 260. [[spoiler:Charlie manages to successfully talk ''Wanda'' over to his side.]]
21st May '17 12:25:36 PM HighCrate
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* GenreSavvy: Parson.
21st May '17 9:52:36 AM HasABeard
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*** Trannsylvito's Moneymancer turns this around on Parson by toying with his Mathamancy bracer in ways he never thought to, showing that even someone summoned to think outside the box can be held back by their own thought processes.



** Charlie's term for his standard use of this is [[http://archives.erfworld.com/Book+3/260 associative icons]]



* InstantDeathBullet: When used as projectiles, miniature [[spoiler:Dirtamancy traps]] function as these.



* KangarooCourt: [[spoiler:Gobwin Knob fights a battle in the portal park and lose to the barbarian casters of the Magic Kingdom. Wanda is captured and then put on trial. But ultimately, no one actually cares whether or not Wanda is technically guilty of anything. The faction that is using Gobwin Knob for their own agenda attempts to preserve her life. The rest of the Magic Kingdom is either in Charlie's pocket or views Wanda as a monster and Gobwin Knob as a world ending threat. Janis eventually concludes that the entire trial is a lost cause and entirely procedural. They ultimately sentence her to death for using forbidden magic despite it not having been forbidden at the time with an ex post facto law.]]

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* KangarooCourt: After [[spoiler:Gobwin Knob Knob]] fights a battle in the portal park and lose loses to the barbarian casters of the Magic Kingdom. Wanda Kingdom, their Chief Caster is captured and then put on trial. But ultimately, Ultimately, no one actually cares whether or not Wanda is they are technically guilty of anything. The faction that is using Gobwin Knob [[spoiler:Gobwin Knob]] for their own agenda attempts to preserve her their life. The rest of the Magic Kingdom is either in Charlie's [[spoiler:Charlie]]'s pocket or views Wanda the Caster as a monster and Gobwin Knob their Side as a world ending threat. Janis eventually concludes that the entire trial is a lost cause and entirely procedural. They ultimately sentence her the Caster to death for using forbidden magic magic, despite it not having been forbidden at the time time, with an ex post facto law.]]


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** It should be noted that "year" [[NotThatTheresAnythingWrongWithThat is merely considered an odd choice and not on the same level as "rape"]].
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