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Crowning Moment of Funny: Gerald grudgingly joins Damien on his voyage east, intent on revenge, after Calesta deceives him.
"If you say one smug word about this," Gerald Tarrant warned, "—at any time—anything like 'I told you so' or 'What took you so long?'—I will sink that miserable crate to the bottom of the ocean, and swim home if I have to. Am I making myself clear?"
Ho Yay: Bucket loads of it between Gerald and Damien. In fact, it's impossible to find any fanfiction that's not slash.
In the first book, Damien spends more time thinking about Tarrant then he does even thinking about Ciani during their journey. Sure, it's nothing positive at first, but by the third book, him and Tarrant are nearly on First Name Basis and Snark-to-Snark Combat terms.
Magnificent Bastard: Gerald Tarrant. He's lived a thousand years and committed more than enough atrocities in that span of time, but he's so brilliant, charismatic, and determined it's hard not to at least root for him.
Moral Event Horizon: Essentially, Tarrant had to cross this to gain his immortality—he did it by killing his family. Damien spends most of the series trying to drag him back.
True Neutral: Loremasters like Ciani, who are more interested in knowledge for knowledge's sake rather than the morality in using that knowledge.