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Anorgil
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12:24:28 PM Jun 13th 2013
What is the Trope Namer? The only place I've ever seen literal jars used as Soul Jars is Might and Magic, so I assume that that's the trope namer.
rodneyAnonymous
09:39:45 PM Jul 6th 2013
edited by 69.172.221.6
In GURPS there is a spell that is literally called "soul jar", and Googling those words gets all sorts of results. I think the phrase might be pretty thoroughly assimilated into the English language, and finding an original Trope Namer would be difficult.
Camacan
moderator
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04:45:46 AM Sep 15th 2011
edited by Camacan
This was on the quotes page:

There was a soul-jar, a Scottish soul-jar, he wandered far away.

Problem being: wrong format and no attribution; I can't find the source and can't confirm it's anything to do with with trope. It could be an unrelated use of a phrase.
Prime32
topic
06:07:25 PM Mar 3rd 2011
edited by Trotzky
Please delete
flyingferret
topic
02:36:54 PM Jan 17th 2011
Would the literal jars with consciousnesses in them from the Hollow Kingdom Trilogy be a kind of soul jar?
71.163.24.108
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09:28:15 PM Jul 27th 2010
I think this should have an alternate title of "Phylactery", for the same reason a lot of other tropes have "bathos": it's technically the proper term. Especially if the mods are going to go through with the cleanup and get rid of all the secondary quotes from pages.
Madrugada
moderator
01:15:58 PM Jul 28th 2010
Extra quotes should be moved to a Quotes page. If there isn't one, make it.
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