Pathfinder Tales includes all the official Pathfinder
Roleplaying Game fiction; while mainly for the novels by various authors, this also includes Pathfinder Journals and other official material.
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Prince of Wolves
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Both in-universe and out. Radovan is known for his charm with the ladies, and many female readers prefer him to Jeggare.
- Animals Hate Him: Most animals, even tame creatures, react harshly to Radovan's attempts at friendship. This changes when Jeggare conjures a spiritual mount for him. Averted with Arnisant, who considers Radovan a friend.
- Badass: Radovan.
- Betty and Veronica: Azra and Malena, respectively.
- Brains and Brawn: Radovan is Jeggare's bodyguard.
- Canine Companion
- Dark and Troubled Past: Azra.
- Famous Ancestor: Radovan, making him the Prince of Wolves.
- Fantastic Racism
- Fetish Retardant: The less one says about devil-form Radovan's genitalia, the better.
- Heterosexual Life Partners: Jeggare and Radovan, to the point they even use the word 'friend'.
- Older Than He Looks: Remarked on during the first chapter, justified because of Jeggare's elven father.
- Power is Sexy: Radovan, in Malena's eyes.
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: Radovan and Jeggare (with bonus Hair Contrast Duo), Malena and Azra.
- Sand in My Eyes: After discovering that Radovan is still alive, Jeggare tears up. In his journal, he writes that he dried his eyes because of 'ancient grave dust'.
- Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness: Jeggare's writing and speech pattern is noticeably more complex than most other characters in the stories.
- Stubborn Donkey: She reacts well enough to Azra, but the stubbornness is still there.
- The Casanova: Radovan.
- The Smart Guy: Jeggare. He can still hold up his end of a fight, though.
- The Speechless: Azra, who communicates through a form of Pathfinder gestures.
- This Was His True Form: Dragos, after his duel with Jeggare.
- Voluntary Shapeshifting
Master of Devils
As a sequel to Prince of Wolves
, many of the tropes above apply here as well.
- Black Knight: The Chelish Hellknights that accompany Ivo Elliendo fall neatly into this trope.
- The Dandy: Jeggare.
The Lost Pathfinder Web Fiction:
A Passage to Absalom