History YMMV / GentlemanBastard

21st Mar '16 8:26:30 PM AmbarSonofDeshar
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* MagnificentBastard: Practically ''everyone.''
25th Sep '15 2:23:12 PM _____________
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* GeniusBonus: Camorr was no doubt named for the [[https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camorra Camorra]], a different mafia crime syndicate/secret society whose organizational structure is more horizontal than vertical. Like Camorra clans, Camorr gangs are independent of one another, aside from being under Barsavi.
29th Jul '14 4:23:04 AM NanoMoose
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* CryForTheDevil: Prior to the final duel in ''Lies'', readers are treated to a section from the perspective of the Gray King. While it in no way excuses his actions, his lifelong trauma is made very clear - and with his scheme failing utterly and his family and crew all dead, he's essentially lost every reason he ever had to live. Twice.
21st Jul '14 3:04:45 PM CaptainCrawdad
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** [[spoiler: Ezri's HeroicSacrifice]]
* TheUntwist: Given the first book's heavy theme of disguises and elaborate cons designed to make the targets believe in false identities, Locke's realization that [[spoiler: The Gray King]] looks maddeningly familiar seems to be setting the stage for an earth-shattering twist about his true identity. [[spoiler: Turns out he's just just some guy who's related to another secondary character, nothing more.]]

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** [[spoiler: Ezri's HeroicSacrifice]]
* TheUntwist: Given the first book's heavy theme of disguises and elaborate cons designed to make the targets believe in false identities, Locke's realization that [[spoiler: The Gray King]] looks maddeningly familiar seems to be setting the stage for an earth-shattering twist about his true identity. [[spoiler: Turns out he's just just some guy who's related to another secondary character, nothing more.]]
HeroicSacrifice]]
7th May '14 12:54:10 PM Ramidel
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* LawfulNeutral: The Bondsmagi are bound by strict laws and codes of conduct. Because they believe that their existence is required to literally prevent the world's destruction, they place their own needs above the needs of everyone else on the planet, and they show little hesitation in using the most ruthless and brutal methods to achieve their goals. However, as a group, they are not sadistic and have no interest in ruling the world. Individual members, however, are certainly evil.
14th Mar '14 4:15:41 PM Ecclytennysmithylove
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* MagnificentBastard - Practically ''everyone.''
* {{Squick}} - Selendri's disfiguration and Requin's revenge. Also, the horse urine thing.

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* MagnificentBastard - MagnificentBastard: Practically ''everyone.''
* {{Squick}} - {{Squick}}: Selendri's disfiguration and Requin's revenge. Also, the horse urine thing.
26th Feb '14 6:42:44 PM WarriorsGate
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* TheUntwist: Given the first book's heavy theme of disguises and elaborate cons designed to make the targets believe in false identities, Locke's realization that [[spoiler: The Gray King]] looks maddeningly familiar seems to be setting the stage for an earth-shattering twist about his true identity. [[spoiler: Turns out he's just just some guy who's related to another, mostly tangential character, nothing more.]]

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* TheUntwist: Given the first book's heavy theme of disguises and elaborate cons designed to make the targets believe in false identities, Locke's realization that [[spoiler: The Gray King]] looks maddeningly familiar seems to be setting the stage for an earth-shattering twist about his true identity. [[spoiler: Turns out he's just just some guy who's related to another, mostly tangential another secondary character, nothing more.]]
26th Feb '14 6:39:12 PM WarriorsGate
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** [[spoiler: Ezri's HeroicSacrifice]]

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** [[spoiler: Ezri's HeroicSacrifice]]HeroicSacrifice]]
* TheUntwist: Given the first book's heavy theme of disguises and elaborate cons designed to make the targets believe in false identities, Locke's realization that [[spoiler: The Gray King]] looks maddeningly familiar seems to be setting the stage for an earth-shattering twist about his true identity. [[spoiler: Turns out he's just just some guy who's related to another, mostly tangential character, nothing more.]]
17th Feb '14 9:42:05 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* LawfulEvil - The Bondsmagi are bound by their laws and oaths to kill outright gruesomely anyone who slays one of them [[DisproportionateRetribution and just as well kill his or her family, friends and partners]]. As Locke and Jean tortured, but not killed the Falconer, the sorcerers feel they have to stalk, taunt and torture the two, despite having the power to kill them on the spot.

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* LawfulEvil - LawfulNeutral: The Bondsmagi are bound by their strict laws and oaths to kill outright gruesomely anyone who slays one codes of them [[DisproportionateRetribution and just as well kill his or her family, friends and partners]]. As Locke and Jean tortured, but not killed the Falconer, the sorcerers feel conduct. Because they have believe that their existence is required to stalk, taunt and torture literally prevent the two, despite having world's destruction, they place their own needs above the power to kill them needs of everyone else on the spot.planet, and they show little hesitation in using the most ruthless and brutal methods to achieve their goals. However, as a group, they are not sadistic and have no interest in ruling the world. Individual members, however, are certainly evil.
29th Jan '14 12:29:12 PM CaptainCrawdad
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* CaptainObviousReveal: In the second book, [[spoiler:Jean was just conning the mooks and isn't betraying Locke. Who really fell for that one?]]



* TearJerker - [[spoiler: The scene of Bug's death.]]

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[[spoiler: The scene of Bug's death.]]
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