History Webcomic / NotAVillain

24th Mar '16 1:53:13 PM eroock
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'''''[[http://www.navcomic.com/ Not a Villain]]''''' is a {{webcomic}} by Aneeka Richins. It tells the story of Kleya Smith, who is attempting to reform her hacker ways in a virtual world where hackers are executed on-spot.

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''[[http://www.
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1st Mar '16 2:19:07 PM aidreamer
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* ItsASmallNetAfterAll: Fewer then a hundred people in all ofe L.I.F.E signed up to compete for a coveted role in The Game, despite the fee being quite small (relative to a basic fine for misdemeanor) . Similarly extremely important executives watch this trial to identify master programmers as if this small number of competitors is a fair sampling of internet denzins. Even Kleya running into Bandit before entering The Game seems unusual; to name just a few examples.
** Then again the Net may actually be small. It's constantly said that L.I.F.E needs to include NPCs because people felt it was quite barren without them. It's possible that the number of people in L.I.F.E really is small enough to make these run ins plausible. Though there is still an inconsistency between this and the number of fans that are shown responding to the Game, unless most fans are NPCs (which seems less likley since a decent number are shown to pay to attend a concert and it's unlikely NPCs are given free money.

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* ItsASmallNetAfterAll: Fewer then a hundred people in all ofe of L.I.F.E signed up to compete for a coveted role in The Game, despite the fee being quite small (relative to a basic fine for misdemeanor) . Similarly extremely important executives watch this trial to identify master programmers as if this small number of competitors is a fair sampling of internet denzins.denizens. Even Kleya running into Bandit before entering The Game seems unusual; to name just a few examples.
** Then again the Net may actually be small. It's constantly said that L.I.F.E needs to include NPCs [=NPCs=] because people felt it was quite barren without them. It's possible that the number of people in L.I.F.E really is small enough to make these run ins plausible. Though there is still an inconsistency between this and the number of fans that are shown responding to the Game, unless most fans are NPCs [=NPCs=] (which seems less likley likely since a decent number are shown to pay to attend a concert and it's unlikely NPCs [=NPCs=] are given free money. money.
* JerkassFacade: Jake's [=LiFe=] persona, Bandit, is an arrogant, obnoxious jerk, which is [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys not without its fans]]. But in his normal identity, he goes out of his way to be the "perfect kid" to get people to like him, and he has gone out of his way to give Kleya a second chance rather than turning her in.
26th Feb '16 11:57:35 PM aidreamer
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* DanceBattler: Danni was a ballerina before something went wrong and left her on life support. As a result, in the Game, she uses a unique fighting style that takes advantage of her talents as a gimmick to draw popularity.
26th Feb '16 10:14:07 PM aidreamer
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* CatchPhrase: In her previous life, Kleya was fond of the phrase, "Everything goes boom!".
26th Feb '16 8:07:56 PM aidreamer
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* AfterTheEnd: Some unspecified catastrophe called "The Ending" has destroyed civilization except for a few surviving Cities. [[spoiler:Kleya is implied to have hacked most of the world's military robots and AI controlled cars in an attempt to kill everyone. But what ''really'' did a number on the world was whatever messed up the Earth's geomagnetic field. No one is sure how it happened, but one popular theory posited by The Dude is that Kleya somehow found a way to hack it.]]

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* AfterTheEnd: Some unspecified catastrophe called "The Ending" has destroyed civilization except for a few surviving Cities. [[spoiler:Kleya is implied to have hacked most of the world's military robots and AI controlled cars in an attempt to kill everyone. But what ''really'' did a number on the world was whatever messed up the Earth's geomagnetic field.field and caused massive volcanic eruptions. No one is sure how it happened, but one popular theory posited by The Dude is that Kleya somehow found a way to hack it. In spite of Jake's insistence, the fact that the Earth's geomagnetic field isn't computer controlled convinces no one else otherwise.]]



* DaddysGirl: Kleya seemed to be quite proud to show of her most recent programming or hacking accomplishment to her dad, who praised her skills.

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* DaddysGirl: Kleya seemed to be quite proud to show of her most recent programming or hacking accomplishment to her dad, who praised her skills. Though it is implied that their relationship has since soured.
26th Feb '16 2:40:44 PM aidreamer
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* DisappearedDad: Kleya's father hasn't been seen since the Ending and is presumed deceased.
21st Feb '16 8:20:21 PM aidreamer
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* TeethClenchedTeamwork: Kleya's [=LiFe=] persona, Kat, uses the ActualPacifist Erbana alignment, which requires that nothing die within a certain radius of her. Jane's alignment revolves around endless killing and Bandit's alignment revolves around violence, which constantly put them at odds with her and is in fact used as part of the team's selling point to fans. In The Dude's words, "This is the '''worst team possible!'''".



* WeAREStrugglingTogether: Kleya's [=LiFe=] persona, Kat, uses the ActualPacifist Erbana alignment, which requires that nothing die within a certain radius of her. Jane's alignment revolves around endless killing and Bandit's alignment revolves around violence, which constantly put them at odds with her and is in fact used as part of the team's selling point to fans. In The Dude's words, "This is the '''worst team possible!'''".
21st Feb '16 8:11:26 PM aidreamer
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* WeAREStrugglingTogether: Kleya's [=LiFe=] persona, Kat, uses the ActualPacifist Erbana alignment, which requires that nothing die within a certain radius of her. Jane's alignment revolves around endless killing and Bandit's alignment revolves around violence, which constantly put them at odds with her and is in fact used as part of the team's selling point to fans. In The Dude's words, "This is the '''worst team possible!'''".
21st Feb '16 8:00:18 PM aidreamer
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* SecretSecretKeeper: Jake, Kleya's former best friend, knows that "Kleya" is just a false identity for the hacker that brought ruin to the entire world. He goes to great lengths to protect her secret, even as the two of them squabble. But Kleya has no idea that he knows. At one point, she questions this, but assumes he must not because Jake, being the good kid, would surely have told on her.
16th Feb '16 1:18:11 PM dsollen
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* GreenThumb: Erbana specials and abilities seem to revolve around use of plants to create heals, debuffs, and more.
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