History Webcomic / SluggyFreelance

26th Apr '16 9:46:33 PM aidreamer
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* EvilVersusEvil: The story "Another Year in the Life of a Villain" effectively sees [[spoiler: Strom, Dr. Chen, Daedalus, Kusari, and Dr. Schlock all at each others' throats (mostly Schlock's).]] In fact, [[spoiler:ever since taking over Hereti Corp, Schlock versus most of his enemies has been a case of this, including Hereti Corp versus Crushestro, No-Fun Corp, and the Cult of K'z'K]].

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The story "Another Year in the Life of a Villain" effectively sees [[spoiler: Strom, Dr. Chen, Daedalus, Kusari, and Dr. Schlock all at each others' throats (mostly Schlock's).]] In fact, [[spoiler:ever since taking over Hereti Corp, Schlock versus most of his enemies has been a case of this, including Hereti Corp versus Crushestro, No-Fun Corp, and the Cult of K'z'K]].K'z'K]].
** The war between the Vorpyr, Vrykolakas, and Strakoistrat vampires effectively amounts to this, with 3 different factions of parasitic monsters at one another's throats.



* KeystoneArmy: [[spoiler:Vykro vampires have a hierarchy leading all the way up to the Queen. Should a Vykro master die, most of their underlings will die with them, and the stronger ones will be weakened. When the Queen of them all is killed by the Strakoi, it wipes out 90% of them.]]

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* KeystoneArmy: [[spoiler:Vykro vampires have a hierarchy leading all the way up to the Queen. Should a Vykro master die, most of their underlings will die with them, and the stronger ones will be weakened. When the Queen of them all is killed by the Strakoi, it wipes out 90% of them.all but the absolute strongest, reducing them from thousands to less than twenty.]]



** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. Vrykos cannot fly (after a {{Retcon}}), but they are pretty good at jumping. They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, and have the greatest numbers and unity, but are the weakest vampire type overall. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and stronger ones such as lower masters will be weakened.

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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. Vrykos cannot fly (after a {{Retcon}}), but they are pretty good at jumping. They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, and have the greatest numbers and unity, but are the weakest vampire type overall. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and stronger ones such as lower masters even the strongest will be greatly weakened.
26th Apr '16 1:54:37 PM aidreamer
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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping). They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and stronger ones such as lower masters will be weakened.
** The Strakoistrat originate from Romania. They are {{Daywalking Vampire}}s, about as tough as Vorpyr vampires, and wield powerful magic. But they also lack the MindControl powers possessed by the other two types.

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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, Vrykos cannot fly (after a {{Retcon}}), but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping).jumping. They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, and have the greatest numbers and unity, but are the weakest vampire type overall. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and stronger ones such as lower masters will be weakened.
** The Strakoistrat originate from Romania. They are {{Daywalking Vampire}}s, about as tough as Vorpyr vampires, and wield powerful magic. But They are possibly the most powerful vampire type overall, but they also lack the MindControl powers possessed by the other two types.
25th Apr '16 10:03:20 PM aidreamer
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** Lysinda allied herself with the Strakoi vampires and won a war. The Strakoi decided to "gift" Lysinda with vampiric dominion over the Americas, though this was intended as an exile. They signed a magic contract that forbade Strakoi vampires from entering Lysinda's domain without permission. But now that the new world is better known, [[spoiler:the Strakoi seek to use LoopholeAbuse to claim it from Lysinda and have been quietly wiping out her circle for this reason]].

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** Lysinda allied herself with the Strakoi vampires and won a war. The Strakoi decided to "gift" Lysinda with vampiric dominion over the Americas, though this was intended as an exile. They signed a magic contract that forbade Strakoi vampires from entering Lysinda's domain without permission. But now that the new world is better known, [[spoiler:the Strakoi seek to use LoopholeAbuse to claim it from Lysinda and have been quietly wiping out her circle for this reason]]. The magic is shown to repulse a Strakoi from coming within more than a few feet of American soil.
17th Apr '16 9:17:19 PM aidreamer
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* BreakingTheFellowship: Riff's friendship with Torg and Zoe is utterly destroyed when Riff [[spoiler:hurts Sam due to Sam being a vampire]]. Torg initially decides to banish him, but then decides that Riff's tech expertise is too important in the fight against Hereti Corp. So instead, he gives Riff a death threat and leaves the group with Zoe. Bunbun then references the trope, saying that without the combination of Riff's tech ''and'' Torg's leadership, they are all doomed.

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* BreakingTheFellowship: Riff's friendship with Torg and Zoe is utterly destroyed when Riff [[spoiler:hurts Sam due to Sam being a vampire]]. Torg initially decides to banish him, but then decides that Riff's tech expertise is too important in the fight against Hereti Corp. So instead, he gives Riff a death threat threat, puts him in charge, and leaves the group with Zoe. Bunbun then references the trope, saying that without the combination of Riff's tech ''and'' Torg's leadership, they are all doomed.
17th Apr '16 9:12:46 PM aidreamer
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* BreakingTheFellowship: Riff's friendship with Torg and Zoe is utterly destroyed when Riff [[spoiler:hurts Sam due to Sam being a vampire]]. Torg initially decides to banish him, but then decides that Riff's tech expertise is too important in the fight against Hereti Corp. So instead, he gives Riff a death threat and leaves the group with Zoe. Bunbun then references the trope, saying that without the combination of Riff's tech ''and'' Torg's leadership, they are all doomed.
5th Apr '16 5:01:34 PM eroock
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* FollowTheLeader: ''Sluggy Freelance'' is cited as one of the most influential webcomics on the web. It helps that it started in 1997 and is still going '''daily'''.
5th Apr '16 9:22:23 AM zarpaulus
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* KeystoneArmy: [[spoiler:Vykro vampires have a hierarchy leading all the way up to the Queen. Should a Vykro master die, most of their underlings will die with them, and the stronger ones will be weakened. When the Queen of them all is killed by a rival circle, it wipes out 90% of them.]]

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* KeystoneArmy: [[spoiler:Vykro vampires have a hierarchy leading all the way up to the Queen. Should a Vykro master die, most of their underlings will die with them, and the stronger ones will be weakened. When the Queen of them all is killed by a rival circle, the Strakoi, it wipes out 90% of them.]]
4th Apr '16 9:17:35 PM aidreamer
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* KeystoneArmy: [[spoiler:Vykro vampires have a hierarchy leading all the way up to the Queen. Should a Vykro master die, most of their underlings will die with them, and the stronger ones will be weakened. When the Queen of them all is killed by a rival circle, it wipes out 90% of them.]]



** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping). They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and lower masters will be weakened.

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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping). They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, normal Vrykos will perish as well, and stronger ones such as lower masters will be weakened.
3rd Apr '16 8:59:29 PM aidreamer
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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping). They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, they will perish as well.

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** Vrykolakas vampires originate from Greece. They are looked down on by other vampires as trashy and were once kept as slaves by other vampires. They are unaffected by many of the usual weaknesses, but are overall much easier to kill than the other vampire types and are unable to fly (though they are pretty good at jumping). They can turn others into vampires just by draining them dry. A Vrykolas vampire can become a Vryko master, recovering some independence and increased magical power, by draining dry family members. Vryko masters can enter a mist form and have total control over their sires, who effectively become little more than extensions of their own minds. Two of the Vryko masters seen like to keep attractive sires of the opposite sex. All Vryko answer to a higher Vryko up to the Queen, and should someone higher in the chain be staked, they normal Vrykos will perish as well.well, and lower masters will be weakened.
26th Mar '16 8:57:40 AM nombretomado
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** ''{{Coupling}}''`s "Nine and a Half Minutes" seemed to be the inspiration for the "Ten Minutes at a Party" storyline; a later reference to "the giggle-loop" confirms Abrams watches the show.

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** ''{{Coupling}}''`s ''Series/{{Coupling}}''`s "Nine and a Half Minutes" seemed to be the inspiration for the "Ten Minutes at a Party" storyline; a later reference to "the giggle-loop" confirms Abrams watches the show.
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