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* BadassGrandpa: Paolon is able to survive anything that gets thrown at him, up to and including direct exposure to phantom space.


* ElectricTorture: Lou does this to Tiana when he has her in his custody in thh climax.

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* ElectricTorture: Lou does this to Tiana when he has her in his custody in thh the climax.

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* BolivianArmyEnding: [[spoiler:At the end, Tiana thanks Jecy for having been with her to the end, in the event they don't make it out alive, before they make a dash to try to outrun the collapsing last stronghold of the Bismarck family. What follows is a shot of Jecy's memento of his parents lying out there as it starts raining before a couple of shots of a boy who appears to have Jecy's build running in the rain leading up to a largely creditless version of the closing sequence. The credits start to be shown over an alternate version of the final shot before scrolling against a black screen.]]

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* ElectricTorture: Lou does this to Tiana when he has her in his custody in thh climax.


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* HighHeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler:Telaine is the only Bismarck to abandon the organization, cementing it by killing Cross to protect Jecy.]]

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* DiscretionShot: When Tiana is captured during the climax and fully in the buff, her more, um, sensitive parts are neatly covered up by the visuals already in the scene.

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* BerserkButton: Even Jecy's RelativeButton pales in comparison to Paolon's reaction to Tiana being taken hostage. What happens next takes Lou Bismarck by surprise.


** Erin is shot several times by Major Sabatini and his men after they draw her and her allies out.* {{Cliffhanger}}: Odd-numbered episodes have a tendency to end in these, with the arc typically concluded in the even-numbered episodes.

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** Erin is shot several times by Major Sabatini and his men after they draw her and her allies out.out.
** Inspector Potomac is killed by a doppelgänger impersonating Falk in episode 10.
** Pagos dies protecting Telaine from invading Federation soldiers.
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* FaceDeathWithDignity: The Bismarck retainer, Pagos, dies defending the Bismarck compound from the Federation and protecting Telaine.


* RelativeButton: If Tiana thinks you've killed Jecy, you'd better stay away from her. Just ask Jera, who got ''shot at''

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* RelativeButton: If Tiana thinks you've killed Jecy, you'd better stay away from her. Just ask Jera, who got ''shot at''at''.


* ILetGwenStacyDie: Tiana's creation is the result of this. [[spoiler:She's modeled after Erin, who was shot to death by Major Sabatini while Jecy could only watch helplessly.]]

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* ILetGwenStacyDie: Tiana's [[spoiler:Tiana's creation is the result of this. [[spoiler:She's She's modeled after Erin, who was shot to death by Major Sabatini while Jecy could only watch helplessly.]]


* {{Cliffhanger}}: Odd-numbered episodes have a tendency to end in these, with the arc typically concluded in the even-numbered episodes.

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** President Markham is shot in the heart when Cross decides he's useless as a hostage.
** Erin is shot several times by Major Sabatini and his men after they draw her and her allies out.
* {{Cliffhanger}}: Odd-numbered episodes have a tendency to end in these, with the arc typically concluded in the even-numbered episodes.


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* ILetGwenStacyDie: Tiana's creation is the result of this. [[spoiler:She's modeled after Erin, who was shot to death by Major Sabatini while Jecy could only watch helplessly.]]


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* VasquezAlwaysDies: Largely averted despite Tiana being traditionally feminine compared to many a female guest character, but when Erin goes down, she goes down ''hard'', being the first of the rebels to fall to Major Sabatini's forces, and also the first tomboyish side character to buy the farm.

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* BadassIsraeli: Erin, a rebel soldier who breaks Jecy out of a Gaza prison and works to expose Major Sabatini's corruption.


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* BreatherEpisode: Episode 8 is lighter on action than the rest of the series, the majority of said action this time around consisting of Jecy escaping from Cross and his goons with Telaine in tow.


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* FlippingTheBird: Erin does this to Jecy when threatening to leave him behind if he keeps running his mouth.


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* ItsPersonal: Erin's crusade against Major Sabatini is in part because [[RelativeButton her brother got the business end of the very corruption he was investigating]].
* MinidressOfPower: BadassIsraeli Erin wears a [[TrueBlueFemininity blue]] one, and [[PantyShot there are a few shots up it]] while she's kicking ass.


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* TomboyishPonytail: How BadassIsraeli Erin styles her hair, tied back neatly with a turquoise bow.

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* BondOneLiner: Falk's {{Catchphrase}}, uttered most every time he kills someone with his nerve gun.
-->'''Falk''': May you harvest bliss in Paradise.


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* DeadHatShot: When Jecy and his allies find the site of Potomac's accident, Falk finds only his hat. Subverted in that Tiana points out that it's not proof enough that he was killed, and indeed, he managed to jump out of the car before it hit the ground.


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* EveryCarIsAPinto: In episode 7, Potomac is run off the road, and while he survives, the car doesn't, nor does the tanker that ran him off the road in the first place.


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* StayInTheKitchen: Jecy attempts to tell Tiana to stay behind as he charges Bismarck's base in episode 7, but she tags along anyway on the grounds that she's backing up Falk.


* AttemptedRape: Jera does this to Falk in episode 7 when he resists her advances. It doesn't get too bad only because some intruders had attacked the compound where she was holding him.



* {{Cliffhanger}}: Odd-numbered episodes have a tendency to end in these, with the arc typically concluded in the even-numbered episodes.



* MomentKiller: Falk is interrupted in the middle of having sex by a progress report from his FriendOnTheForce, Potomac.



* PinkMeansFeminine: Tiana's regular outfit appears to be largely a very subtle pink, and her dress at the launch ceremony is also pink.

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* PinkMeansFeminine: Tiana's regular outfit appears to be largely a very subtle pink, and her she also wears a pink dress at for the launch ceremony is also pink.ceremony.



* RelativeButton: If Tiana thinks you've killed Jecy, you'd better stay away from her. Just ask Jera, who got ''shot at''.

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* RelativeButton: If Tiana thinks you've killed Jecy, you'd better stay away from her. Just ask Jera, who got ''shot at''.at''

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* PinkGirlBlueBoy: Tiana and Jecy both have their default outfits, which are supposed to be largely white, tinted and shaded in this manner.
* PinkMeansFeminine: Tiana's regular outfit appears to be largely a very subtle pink, and her dress at the launch ceremony is also pink.

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* BatmanGrabsAGun: Both Jecy and Tiana have been known to use firearms (and, in the former's case, threaten to kill people) when things get bad enough to warrant it.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Tiana may be closer to ActualPacifist than is Jecy, but even she will get dangerous if you push her RelativeButton.


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* EvilCripple: Lou Bismarck, at least until [[spoiler:he has his soul transferred into the Roendolf]].


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* PistolWhipping: Tiana does this in episode 6 to a {{Mook}} who had just accosted Potomac.


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* RelativeButton: If Tiana thinks you've killed Jecy, you'd better stay away from her. Just ask Jera, who got ''shot at''.


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* TookALevelInBadass: Despite her general support role, Tiana has some badass moments of her own, particularly in episode 6 when she pistol whips a {{Mook}} and then unflinchingly shoots at Jera when she believes her to have killed Jecy.

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