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!Winstone & the Giarrettieras

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!Winstone
''Roleplay/ArchipelagoExodus''.
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!!Winstone
& the Giarrettieras



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!!Commissioner Perry Williams



'''Commissioner Perry Williams''' (''Pohatu'')
* BaldBlackLeaderGuy
* [[BaldOfEvil Bald of Antagonistic]]

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'''Commissioner Perry Williams''' (''Pohatu'')
*
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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%%*
BaldBlackLeaderGuy
* [[BaldOfEvil Bald of Antagonistic]]%%* BaldOfEvil



* FantasticRacism

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* %%* FantasticRacism



* HairTriggerTemper

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* %%* HairTriggerTemper



* KnightTemplar
* NobleBigotWithABadge
* OverprotectiveDad: at worst, and...
* PapaWolf: at best.

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* %%* KnightTemplar
* MonsterIsAMommy: The superficially unlikeable character is also a doting father.
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NobleBigotWithABadge
* %%* OverprotectiveDad: at worst, and...
*
At worst.
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PapaWolf: at At best.



--> The other man, despite his admonishment, was now himself standing up out of his seat. His profile was quite imposing under the flourescent light overhead. "Come on, Rouletabille," he said in a low voice. "It was a Power, wasn't it? More than one? How many? Tell me. I need ''details''. We're gonna turn this city inside-out. We need to send their kind a message: ''They can't fuck with us like that.''" He strode around the desk and patted Micmac on the head again. His expression however was not as relaxed as before. "If one of 'em screws me over, I'm gonna take down three of 'em. If three of 'em screw me over, I'm gonna take down twenty of 'em. It's the ''only way'', Rouletabille. You can't make a single Power pay for his crimes. All you can do is discipline the group. Make any infraction a betrayal against their whole kind. There's ''no other way'' to keep them at peace, Rouletabille. Because those assholes are ''not'' like you and me."
* [[MonsterIsAMommy Superficially Unlikeable Character Is a Doting Father]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist
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--> The -->The other man, despite his admonishment, was now himself standing up out of his seat. His profile was quite imposing under the flourescent light overhead. "Come on, Rouletabille," he said in a low voice. "It was a Power, wasn't it? More than one? How many? Tell me. I need ''details''. We're gonna turn this city inside-out. We need to send their kind a message: ''They can't fuck with us like that.''" He strode around the desk and patted Micmac on the head again. His expression however was not as relaxed as before. "If one of 'em screws me over, I'm gonna take down three of 'em. If three of 'em screw me over, I'm gonna take down twenty of 'em. It's the ''only way'', Rouletabille. You can't make a single Power pay for his crimes. All you can do is discipline the group. Make any infraction a betrayal against their whole kind. There's ''no other way'' to keep them at peace, Rouletabille. Because those assholes are ''not'' like you and me."
* [[MonsterIsAMommy Superficially Unlikeable Character Is a Doting Father]]
* WellIntentionedExtremist
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%%* WellIntentionedExtremist

!!Inspector Denham Landsvale



'''Inspector Denham Landsvale''' (''Pohatu'') A new arrival in Winstone as of Burgled Boullogne, Landsvale has been transferred there to replace Davidson. He carries on in Davidson's footsteps as being the Good Cop to Williams' Bad Cop, but has a quite distinct personality: soft-spoken, world-weary, and ''very'' avoidant. Taking down criminals is one thing, but in moments of interpersonal confrontation, Inspector Landsvale is as meek as a lamb.
* ByTheBookCop
* DullEyesOfUnhappiness

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'''Inspector Denham Landsvale''' (''Pohatu'') ->'''Played by:''' Pohatu

A new arrival in Winstone as of Burgled Boullogne, Landsvale has been transferred there to replace Davidson. He carries on in Davidson's footsteps as being the Good Cop to Williams' Bad Cop, but has a quite distinct personality: soft-spoken, world-weary, and ''very'' avoidant. Taking down criminals is one thing, but in moments of interpersonal confrontation, Inspector Landsvale is as meek as a lamb.
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%%*
ByTheBookCop
* %%* DullEyesOfUnhappiness



* FriendOnTheForce: To Renard.
* TheInsomniac: Also the third variety.
* [[LetsGetDangerous Let's Be Slightly Less of a Pushover]]: Landsvale carries himself with a fair bit more firmness and resolve than expected in [[http://archipelagoexodus.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=orpboard&thread=2978&page=1#62244 the confrontation with Dacten]], even building up to a pretty significant [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Armor-Piercing Observation]] that sets a personal record for boldness.
* MeaningfulName
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure

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* %%* FriendOnTheForce: To Renard.
* %%* TheInsomniac: Also the third variety.
* [[LetsGetDangerous Let's Be Slightly Less of a Pushover]]: LetsGetDangerous: Landsvale carries himself with a fair bit more firmness and resolve than expected in [[http://archipelagoexodus.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=orpboard&thread=2978&page=1#62244 the confrontation with Dacten]], even building up to a pretty significant [[ArmorPiercingQuestion Armor-Piercing Observation]] that sets a personal record for boldness.
* %%* MeaningfulName
* %%* ReasonableAuthorityFigure



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'''Inspector Seth Davidson''' (''Pohatu''): Williams' right-hand man in investigating the Hotel Ansonia affair. A generally decent and open-minded man in comparison to Williams' impatient and Power-hating attitude. [[spoiler: He and a squad of lesser officers tracked Lucas and Scar down to Lucas' apartment after the Ansonia incident. Lucas and Scar survived the encounter; Davidson, the other policemen, and the apartment did not.]]
* ByTheBookCop

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'''Inspector

!!Inspector
Seth Davidson''' (''Pohatu''): Davidson
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu

Williams' right-hand man in investigating the Hotel Ansonia affair. A generally decent and open-minded man in comparison to Williams' impatient and Power-hating attitude. [[spoiler: He and a squad of lesser officers tracked Lucas and Scar down to Lucas' apartment after the Ansonia incident. Lucas and Scar survived the encounter; Davidson, the other policemen, and the apartment did not.]]
*
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ByTheBookCop



* [[spoiler: PosthumousCharacter: A variant. It's not so much that Davidson dies early on in Ishkabibble and then is only seen in ''flashbacks'', since "flashbacks" aren't really a functioning concept in Ish to begin with. If anything, Scene Two is more of a flash ''forward'' from the point of view of the main events happening on Monday. In any case, though, Davidson definitely fits the spirit of this trope if not the letter.]]
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* [[spoiler: PosthumousCharacter: A variant. It's not so much that Davidson dies early on in Ishkabibble and then is only seen in ''flashbacks'', since "flashbacks" aren't really a functioning concept in Ish to begin with. If anything, Scene Two is more of a flash ''forward'' from the point of view of the main events happening on Monday. In any case, though, Davidson definitely fits the spirit of this trope if not the letter.]]
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letter.



!!Yoon Mangjeol



'''Yoon Mangjeol''' (''Pohatu'') An information broker who spends her nights in the Passione Rossa, a favorite bar of the Giarrettiera family. She's very polite and very charming and you should not be fooled. Yoon has the dirt on ''everyone'' of interest in Winstone, and her knowledge extends quite far outside that range. When criminals, the local police, or any of the shifty characters in between want to buy or sell some information on each others' activities, Yoon's the one they go to first.
* BecauseImGoodAtIt
* BrokenBird
* DamselErrant
* IWasQuiteALooker
* KnowledgeBroker
* LadyDrunk: At her darker hours.
* [[spoiler:TheLostLenore: Her deceased husband Hwan, although to what extent his death has affected her character is only just beginning to come to light.]]
* {{Manipulative B|astard}}itch: Hinted at faintly in the text, but much more strongly on Formspring, where Pohatu has suggested that [[spoiler: Yoon may have personally [[http://www.formspring.me/andrewyankes/q/675408953 engineered]] the public scandal at the discovery that the previous Commissioner was visiting her for information, and would not necessarily have needed any reason less petty than "she didn't like him much".]]
** She also [[spoiler:arranged for Franklin Gaussier's and Deborah Schoen's deaths at the hands of the Giarrettieras simply because she can't appreciate a little competition.]] Yoon is not really the nicest person ever.
* ProperLady
* TookALevelInBadass: Let's brush up on Yoon's history so far. In Ishkabibble, she buys some information off Nico. Pretty soon she'll sell some (unrelated) information to Natalie, and at the end [[spoiler: some other stuff'll happen]]. So far, so normal. In Burgled Boullogne, she categorically denies Renard's claim that she was at the Gallery, ''tampers with his evidence'' that proves otherwise, and just generally brings his whole investigation to a standstill and makes the detective ''seriously question his own sanity''... while subtly mocking him the whole time. And all just because Renard wasn't careful enough to make it clear before asking any questions that he didn't suspect her of stealing ''Le roi Midas''.
* TwoShotsFromBehindTheBar: The bartender, Howard, is prepared with a rifle to defend Yoon should any of her clients lose their tempers. In fact, he also has a private arrangement to defend waitress Allison from her own potential threats.
** [[spoiler:Rival broker Franklin Gaussier deliberately tries to copy this tactic with his own barkeep Lester Hanratty, but that doesn't work out so well for him.]]
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'''Yoon Mangjeol''' (''Pohatu'') ->'''Played by:''' Pohatu

An information broker who spends her nights in the Passione Rossa, a favorite bar of the Giarrettiera family. She's very polite and very charming and you should not be fooled. Yoon has the dirt on ''everyone'' of interest in Winstone, and her knowledge extends quite far outside that range. When criminals, the local police, or any of the shifty characters in between want to buy or sell some information on each others' activities, Yoon's the one they go to first.
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%%*
BecauseImGoodAtIt
* %%* BrokenBird
* %%* DamselErrant
* %%* IWasQuiteALooker
* %%* KnowledgeBroker
* %%* LadyDrunk: At her darker hours.
* [[spoiler:TheLostLenore: TheLostLenore: Her deceased husband Hwan, although to what extent his death has affected her character is only just beginning to come to light.]]
light.
* {{Manipulative B|astard}}itch: ManipulativeBitch:
**
Hinted at faintly in the text, but much more strongly on Formspring, where Pohatu has suggested that [[spoiler: Yoon may have personally [[http://www.formspring.me/andrewyankes/q/675408953 engineered]] the public [[spoiler:public scandal at the discovery that the previous Commissioner was visiting her for information, information,]] and would not necessarily have needed any reason less petty than "she didn't like him much".]]
much".
** She also [[spoiler:arranged arranged for Franklin Gaussier's and Deborah Schoen's deaths [[spoiler:deaths at the hands of the Giarrettieras Giarrettieras]] simply because she can't appreciate a little competition.]] competition. Yoon is not really the nicest person ever.
* %%* ProperLady
* TookALevelInBadass: Let's brush up on Yoon's history so far. In Ishkabibble, she buys some information off Nico. Pretty soon she'll sell some (unrelated) information to Natalie, and at the end [[spoiler: some other stuff'll happen]].happen. So far, so normal. In Burgled Boullogne, she categorically denies Renard's claim that she was at the Gallery, ''tampers with his evidence'' that proves otherwise, and just generally brings his whole investigation to a standstill and makes the detective ''seriously seriously question his own sanity''... sanity, while subtly mocking him the whole time. And all just because Renard wasn't careful enough to make it clear before asking any questions that he didn't suspect her of stealing ''Le roi Midas''.
* TwoShotsFromBehindTheBar: The bartender, Howard, is prepared with a rifle to defend Yoon should any of her clients lose their tempers. In fact, he also has a private arrangement to defend waitress Allison from her own potential threats.
** [[spoiler:Rival
threats. Rival broker Franklin Gaussier deliberately tries to copy this tactic with his own barkeep Lester Hanratty, but [[spoiler:but that doesn't work out so well for him.]]
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]]

!!Renard Rouletabille



'''Renard Rouletabille''' (''Pohatu''): An AmateurSleuth of French descent and nineteenth-century sensibilities who bumbles his way through solving mysteries in Winstone City despite his services having been thoroughly disavowed by the police department. You can't really blame Commissioner Williams for feeling better off without Renard's help, but the detective has just ''slightly'' more brains and tricks than he generally lets on.
* AlliterativeName

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'''Renard Rouletabille''' (''Pohatu''): ->'''Played by:''' Pohatu

An AmateurSleuth of French descent and nineteenth-century sensibilities who bumbles his way through solving mysteries in Winstone City despite his services having been thoroughly disavowed by the police department. You can't really blame Commissioner Williams for feeling better off without Renard's help, but the detective has just ''slightly'' more brains and tricks than he generally lets on.
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AlliterativeName



* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel
* BadassMustache
* BadLiar: Very strongly portrayed as such throughout most of Boullogne[[spoiler:, notwithstanding that nice fib he pulls off on Commissioner Williams at the end there]]. Channery [[http://archipelagoexodus.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=orphof&thread=2848&page=3#56563 sums it up:]]
--> "Oh my god seriously you are the worst liar ever," Channery observed, cutting him off. "Wait, so, did they -- did they actually go in and like, drill the lying parts out of your brain, or what? Are you some kind of truth cyborg? 'Cause it looks like you're ''really'' going against your programming, here, slinging all this bullshit my way."
* BornInTheWrongCentury

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* %%* AwesomeAnachronisticApparel
* %%* BadassMustache
* BadLiar: Very strongly portrayed as such throughout most of Boullogne[[spoiler:, Boullogne, notwithstanding that nice fib he pulls off on Commissioner Williams [[spoiler:Commissioner Williams]] at the end there]].there. Channery [[http://archipelagoexodus.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=orphof&thread=2848&page=3#56563 sums it up:]]
--> "Oh -->"Oh my god seriously you are the worst liar ever," Channery observed, cutting him off. "Wait, so, did they -- did they actually go in and like, drill the lying parts out of your brain, or what? Are you some kind of truth cyborg? 'Cause it looks like you're ''really'' going against your programming, here, slinging all this bullshit my way."
* %%* BornInTheWrongCentury



* CluelessDetective
* GeniusDitz: Hoo boy.
* GoodOldWays
* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking
* GratuitousFrench

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* %%* CluelessDetective
* %%* GeniusDitz: Hoo boy.
* %%* GoodOldWays
* %%* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking
* %%* GratuitousFrench



* TheRainman

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* %%* TheRainman



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!!Massimo Ulderico Giarrettiera



'''Massimo Ulderico Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')

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'''Massimo Ulderico Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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* [[spoiler:CharacterDeath: Fatally shot during the Hotel Ansonia incident... by an accomplice of his own brother, Cesare, who was looking to take this opportunity to seize the reins.]]

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* [[spoiler:CharacterDeath: CharacterDeath: Fatally shot during the Hotel Ansonia incident... incident by an [[spoiler:an accomplice of his own brother, Cesare, who was looking to take this opportunity to seize the reins.]]



* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking
* [[spoiler:KilledOffscreen: Not originally planned for Massimo, who was meant to be killed onscreen midway through Ishkabibble, but the abridged presentation of a number of scenes necessitated that his death not be written out in full. There's always the chance it'll get revisited in flashback form.]]
* ManOfWealthAndTaste
* MisterBig

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* %%* GoodSmokingEvilSmoking
* [[spoiler:KilledOffscreen: KilledOffscreen: Not originally planned for Massimo, who was meant to be killed onscreen midway through Ishkabibble, but the abridged presentation of a number of scenes necessitated that his death not be written out in full. There's always the chance it'll get revisited in flashback form.]]
*
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ManOfWealthAndTaste
* %%* MisterBig



* [[spoiler:PosthumousCharacter: His death in Ishkabibble hasn't stopped him from:]]
** [[spoiler:Appearing in a flashback of Mayordomo's during Murder Mystery in the Glade.]]
** [[spoiler:Appearing in Shouta's dream sequence in Through the Arras (which clearly takes place after Ishkabibble, as it strongly implies Massimo is already dead).]]
** [[spoiler:And, most lately, popping up alive and well for Chips are Down, which is an {{Interquel}} for Luxury Train Ride, and thus chronologically prior to Ishkabibble.]]

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* [[spoiler:PosthumousCharacter: PosthumousCharacter: His death in Ishkabibble hasn't stopped him from:]]
** [[spoiler:Appearing
from appearing in a flashback of Mayordomo's during Murder Mystery in the Glade.]]
** [[spoiler:Appearing
Glade, appearing in Shouta's dream sequence in Through the Arras (which clearly takes place after Ishkabibble, as it strongly implies Massimo is already dead).]]
** [[spoiler:And,
dead), and, most lately, popping up alive and well for Chips are Down, which is an {{Interquel}} for Luxury Train Ride, and thus chronologically prior to Ishkabibble.]]



* [[ShorterMeansSmarter Shorter Means Better-Read And More Articulate]]
* [[WickedCultured Wicked Well-Read And Articulate]]
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* [[ShorterMeansSmarter Shorter Means Better-Read And More Articulate]]
* [[WickedCultured Wicked Well-Read And Articulate]]
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%%* ShorterMeansSmarter
%%* WickedCultured

!!Cesare Giarrettiera



'''Cesare Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')
* [[AbusiveParents Abusive Father]]: All three obviously had this, but Cesare is suggested to have been the main recipient of the late Don Lucio's disciplinarian methods. Oddly enough, though, Cesare now only seems to admire him more for it.
--> Cesare chuckled. He didn't know why. Just seemed funny all of a sudden. Even the part where he and Nico'd gotten a beating and lived on bread and water for three days. Even how Nico wouldn't so much as look at him for a week after that. He took another sip and grinned. That was dad. See maybe Cesare was supposed to have some Edible complex or whatever now, getting beaten as a kid and all, but f* ck, that was just his dad. Lucio Giarrettiera'd been a bastard all right, but he'd ''known'' how it was, the whole thing. He'd understood. And he might not have taught Nico, and he ''definitely'' hadn't taught Massimo, how it was, but he'd taught Cesare. Life lesson number one, father to son: rule by goddamned force. How did you run a ship? By being the hardest sonofabitch on board. If that meant knocking a couple teeth out when your sons stepped out of line, so f* cking be it. Massimo'd never figured that out. Massimo thought he could rule the organization by ''talking'' his way through everything. There you go. That explained what a shitty don he was. Right there in a nutshell.
* TheBigGuy: Class 1 variety.

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'''Cesare Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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* [[AbusiveParents Abusive Father]]: AbusiveParents: All three obviously had this, but Cesare is suggested to have been the main recipient of the late Don Lucio's disciplinarian methods. Oddly enough, though, Cesare now only seems to admire him more for it.
--> Cesare -->Cesare chuckled. He didn't know why. Just seemed funny all of a sudden. Even the part where he and Nico'd gotten a beating and lived on bread and water for three days. Even how Nico wouldn't so much as look at him for a week after that. He took another sip and grinned. That was dad. See maybe Cesare was supposed to have some Edible complex or whatever now, getting beaten as a kid and all, but f* ck, that was just his dad. Lucio Giarrettiera'd been a bastard all right, but he'd ''known'' how it was, the whole thing. He'd understood. And he might not have taught Nico, and he ''definitely'' hadn't taught Massimo, how it was, but he'd taught Cesare. ''[...]'' Life lesson number one, father to son: rule by goddamned force. How did you run a ship? By being the hardest sonofabitch on board. If that meant knocking a couple teeth out when your sons stepped out of line, so f* cking be it. Massimo'd never figured that out. Massimo thought he could rule the organization by ''talking'' his way through everything. There you go. That explained what a shitty don he was. Right there in a nutshell.
*
it.
%%*
TheBigGuy: Class 1 variety.



* ClusterFBomb
* DrivesLikeCrazy

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* %%* ClusterFBomb
* %%* DrivesLikeCrazy



* {{Expy}}: The Giarrettieras in general recall the Gandors from LightNovel/{{Baccano}}, but Cesare's resemblance to Berga is the most pronounced.
* FaceOfAThug
* HairTriggerTemper
* {{Jerkass}}: And how!

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* {{Expy}}: The Giarrettieras in general recall the Gandors from LightNovel/{{Baccano}}, ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'', but Cesare's resemblance to Berga is the most pronounced.
* %%* FaceOfAThug
* %%* HairTriggerTemper
* %%* {{Jerkass}}: And how!



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!!Nico Giarrettiera



'''Nico Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')
* BadassInANiceSuit

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'''Nico Giarrettiera''' (''Pohatu'')
*
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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BadassInANiceSuit



--> "You want to put that little theory to the test, fatass?" Cesare growled, bringing up his gun for the first time. ... Without missing a beat, the youngest brother said to Jonas, "Cesare's simply curious how it was that Vinnie, Phil and Dom's visit degraded into a shootout. He'd like to know how the scene played out. He also considers you disastrously overweight."
* DeathGlare

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--> "You -->"You want to put that little theory to the test, fatass?" Cesare growled, bringing up his gun for the first time. ... Without missing a beat, the youngest brother said to Jonas, "Cesare's simply curious how it was that Vinnie, Phil and Dom's visit degraded into a shootout. He'd like to know how the scene played out. He also considers you disastrously overweight."
* %%* DeathGlare



--> To say this would not do wasn't quite putting it in enough detail. This would be undone. Nullified. Stricken from the record . . . There was simply not a man capable of getting the better of the Giarrettieras, not like this. By plotting, by calculation, by preparation, yes, perhaps some temporary victory could be scored; Nico had no reason to pretend to himself no enemy had ever thwarted their family in such a way. But not this crude animal act of larceny, this simple movement of the hand. There was no man who could profit off the Giarrettieras with such a gesture. And if he dared flatter himself that he'd managed it, such a man thought so only because he could not yet apprehend the full picture and his imminent correction.
* EvilDebtCollector
* FourEyesZeroSoul
* NervesOfSteel

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--> To -->To say this would not do wasn't quite putting it in enough detail. This would be undone. Nullified. Stricken from the record . . .record... There was simply not a man capable of getting the better of the Giarrettieras, not like this. By plotting, by calculation, by preparation, yes, perhaps some temporary victory could be scored; Nico had no reason to pretend to himself no enemy had ever thwarted their family in such a way. But not this crude animal act of larceny, this simple movement of the hand. ''[...]'' There was no man who could profit off the Giarrettieras with such a gesture. And if he dared flatter himself that he'd managed it, such a man thought so only because he could not yet apprehend the full picture and his imminent correction.
* %%* EvilDebtCollector
* %%* FourEyesZeroSoul
* %%* NervesOfSteel



* PrecisionFStrike: Played for contrast to Cesare's [[ClusterFBomb much more liberal approach to swearing]]. Onscreen, Nico has only sworn once so far[[spoiler:, in response to Franklin Gaussier trying to bribe him]]:

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* PrecisionFStrike: Played for contrast to Cesare's [[ClusterFBomb much more liberal approach to swearing]]. Onscreen, Nico has only sworn once so far[[spoiler:, far, in response to Franklin Gaussier [[spoiler:Franklin Gaussier]] trying to bribe him]]:him:



* TheQuietOne: Oh, boy.
** However, the short story Muddy Season demonstrates him actually being fairly talkative and eloquent, in the car with Cesare [[spoiler:and their imminent victims Franklin Gaussier and Deborah Schoen]]. It seems, at least, that when Cesare's around but Massimo isn't, Nico feels the need to handle most of the talking, as he's much more articulate than the middle brother.
* RightHandHottie
* SoftspokenSadist

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* TheQuietOne: Oh, boy.
**
boy. However, the short story Muddy Season demonstrates him actually being fairly talkative and eloquent, in the car with Cesare [[spoiler:and their imminent victims Franklin Gaussier and Deborah Schoen]]. It seems, at least, that when Cesare's around but Massimo isn't, Nico feels the need to handle most of the talking, as he's much more articulate than the middle brother.
* %%* RightHandHottie
* %%* SoftspokenSadist



--> "Mr. Gaussier, drink and drunkards sicken me. The smell of alcohol already festers in every corner of my life and I see no reason to add your poison of choice to the stench."
* [[WhenSheSmiles When He Smiles]]: Thoroughly subverted in Muddy Season. Nico (along with Cesare) actually does laugh aloud [[spoiler:when Gaussier tries to bargain for his life with information the Giarrettieras already know]], and it's unexpected, and it's genuine... and it does ''nothing at all'' to soften his countenance from then on.
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'''Channery Keigler''' (''Pohatu'')

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--> "Mr.-->"Mr. Gaussier, drink and drunkards sicken me. The smell of alcohol already festers in every corner of my life and I see no reason to add your poison of choice to the stench."
* [[WhenSheSmiles When He Smiles]]: WhenHeSmiles: Thoroughly subverted in Muddy Season. Nico (along with Cesare) actually does laugh aloud [[spoiler:when Gaussier when [[spoiler:Gaussier]] tries to bargain for his life with information the Giarrettieras already know]], know, and it's unexpected, and it's genuine... and it does ''nothing at all'' to soften his countenance from then on.
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on.

!!Channery Keigler
[[quoteright:244:https://static.
tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/small_channery_2749.png]]
'''Channery Keigler''' (''Pohatu'')->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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--> "Actually I guess you could take someone's eyeball out with this," Channery said upon further reflection, holding the knife up to the light. "I mean, ''you'' couldn't. You're a pushover. ''I'' could. Maybe. Never tried it but I feel like it's a pretty simple concept. Kind of..." She stabbed the butter knife forward in the air and made a scooping twist. Renard pressed himself as far back into his seat as possible. "Kind of like that. I don't know. Whatever."
* BatterUp

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--> "Actually -->"Actually I guess you could take someone's eyeball out with this," Channery said upon further reflection, holding the knife up to the light. "I mean, ''you'' couldn't. You're a pushover. ''I'' could. Maybe. Never tried it but I feel like it's a pretty simple concept. Kind of..." She stabbed the butter knife forward in the air and made a scooping twist. Renard pressed himself as far back into his seat as possible. "Kind of like that. I don't know. Whatever."
* %%* BatterUp



* {{Improvised Weapon}}ry
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold* JustifiedCriminal: Strangely, she comes off as this even though she ''doesn't'' show any trappings of a JustifiedCriminal. There's no evidence that she was driven to a life of crime by anything but her own selfish desires, but her chummy demeanor and sincere bond with Micmac make her pretty hard to dislike.
* MoralityPet: A literal pet, Micmac.

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%%* ImprovisedWeapon
%%* JerkWithAHeartOfGold
* {{Improvised Weapon}}ry
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold*
JustifiedCriminal: Strangely, she comes off as this even though she ''doesn't'' show any trappings of a JustifiedCriminal. There's no evidence that she was driven to a life of crime by anything but her own selfish desires, but her chummy demeanor and sincere bond with Micmac make her pretty hard to dislike.
* %%* MoralityPet: A literal pet, Micmac.



* {{Tsundere}}: Her dynamic with Renard approaches this, although it's staked on friendship instead of romance.
* WrenchWench
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'''Roufus Mayordomo''' (''Pohatu'')
* CoolShades

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* %%* {{Tsundere}}: Her dynamic with Renard approaches this, although it's staked on friendship instead of romance.
* WrenchWench
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!!Roufus Mayordomo
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'''Roufus Mayordomo''' (''Pohatu'')
*
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
----
%%*
CoolShades



* SoulBrotha

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* %%* SoulBrotha



* VerbalTic: "Hey,..."

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* VerbalTic: "Hey,..."Hey..."



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!!Mildred Hooper



'''Mildred Hooper''' (''Pohatu'')

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* {{Expy}}: Not overt, but admitted by the author. As a seemingly gracious and jovial old woman hiding a cruel, petty, and authoritarian streak [[spoiler:who undergoes a TyrantTakesTheHelm twist]], Hooper owes an undeniable debt to the contemporary SugarWiki/MostTriumphantExample of that archetype. [[Characters/HarryPotterMinistryOfMagic You know who.]]
* FourEyesZeroSoul

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* {{Expy}}: Not overt, but admitted by the author. As a seemingly gracious and jovial old woman hiding a cruel, petty, and authoritarian streak [[spoiler:who undergoes a TyrantTakesTheHelm twist]], Hooper owes an undeniable debt to the contemporary SugarWiki/MostTriumphantExample of that archetype. [[Characters/HarryPotterMinistryOfMagic You know who.]]
*
archetype, [[Literature/HarryPotterAndTheOrderOfThePhoenix Professor Umbridge]].
%%*
FourEyesZeroSoul



* [[spoiler:TyrantTakesTheHelm: Halfway through the trial in Obscured Truth, she ousts Bartholomew Staudt and takes over. This does not bode well.]]

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* [[spoiler:TyrantTakesTheHelm: TyrantTakesTheHelm: Halfway through the trial in Obscured Truth, she [[spoiler:she ousts Bartholomew Staudt and takes over. This does not bode well.]]



* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Her power is... to alter the color of any object she can pick up and hold. Yeah, it's as useless as it sounds. But this is actually a crucial character detail: if she had a more efficacious (and so potentially dangerous) power, she would have had a harder time winning trust from the community of regular humans harboring anti-Power biases.
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'''Bartholomew Staudt''' (''Pohatu'')
* [[spoiler:ContinuityNod: The Zodiac amulet of Capricorn was last seen ''fifteen years earlier'' (out-of-story) in a several-incarnations-past version of the community. There, too, it granted electricity powers to its carrier, Hotaru.]]
* TheGhost: Same as Hooper above.

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* WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Her power is... is to alter the color of any object she can pick up and hold. Yeah, it's as useless as it sounds. But this is actually a crucial character detail: if she had a more efficacious (and so potentially dangerous) power, she would have had a harder time winning trust from the community of regular humans harboring anti-Power biases.
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'''Bartholomew Staudt''' (''Pohatu'')
biases.

!!Bartholomew Staudt
->'''Played by:''' Pohatu
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* [[spoiler:ContinuityNod: ContinuityNod: The Zodiac amulet of Capricorn was last seen ''fifteen years earlier'' (out-of-story) in a several-incarnations-past version of the community. There, [[spoiler:There, too, it granted electricity powers to its carrier, Hotaru.]]
* TheGhost: Same as Hooper above.%%* TheGhost



* ProperlyParanoid: [[spoiler:He's... not ''wrong'' about what a threat Powers can pose to non-Powered society. Evil Powers have used civilized areas as playgrounds for all of ORP history, and even Powers portrayed as at least semi-heroic, ranging all the way up to some of the most sympathetic, have been guilty in the past of inflicting negligent or even flat-out callously indifferent violence against regular people. But Staudt arguably takes this to such an extreme, predicting outright war, that he becomes ImproperlyParanoid. Certainly Illiana would say so, even as she understands why people have a hard time trusting Powers.]]
* [[spoiler:TheQuisling: Precisely the inverse of Hooper above Staudt is convinced an all-out war between Powers and regular humans is imminent, and he's gone so far as to fake being a Power and show overt leniency toward Powers in court in an attempt to get on their good side and stave off the conflict. That makes Obscured Truth into a battle of the Quislings, in which Staudt decidedly gets the worst of it.]]

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* ProperlyParanoid: [[spoiler:He's...He's... not ''wrong'' about what a threat Powers can pose to non-Powered society. Evil Powers have used civilized areas as playgrounds for all of ORP history, and even Powers portrayed as at least semi-heroic, ranging all the way up to some of the most sympathetic, have been guilty in the past of inflicting negligent or even flat-out callously indifferent violence against regular people. But Staudt arguably takes this to such an extreme, predicting outright war, that he becomes ImproperlyParanoid. Certainly Illiana would say so, even as she understands why people have a hard time trusting Powers.]]
Powers.
* [[spoiler:TheQuisling: TheQuisling: Precisely the inverse of Hooper above Staudt is convinced an all-out war between Powers and regular humans is imminent, and he's gone so far as to fake [[spoiler:fake being a Power and and]] show overt leniency toward Powers in court in an attempt to get on their good side and stave off the conflict. That makes Obscured Truth into a battle of the Quislings, in which Staudt decidedly gets the worst of it.]]



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'''The Curator (Mr. Wood)''' (''Elliot'')
* HairTriggerTemper
--> Clearly he was upset about something, and it did not take a genius to figure out what. Every member of staff so far had been the unwilling recipient of the Curator's Wrath.
* IncomingHam

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'''The

!!The
Curator (Mr. Wood)''' (''Elliot'')
Wood)
->'''Played by:''' Elliot
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* HairTriggerTemper
--> Clearly
HairTriggerTemper:
-->Clearly
he was upset about something, and it did not take a genius to figure out what. Every member of staff so far had been the unwilling recipient of the Curator's Wrath.
* IncomingHamIncomingHam:



* LargeHam
* [[TheMaster The Curator]]: No one but his secretary calls him Mr. Wood. Even in narrative, he is known by one name only.
* TheNapoleon
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'''Reba Winset''' (''Lee'')
* CanonImmigrant: From Househeld.
** It helps that out of a cast of twelve players who were largely [[AuthorAvatar Author Avatars]] in varying degrees and flavors, Reba was by far the ''least'' similar to her author, Lee, so her immigration doesn't put a jarring self-insert into ORP.

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* %%* LargeHam
* [[TheMaster The Curator]]: TheMaster: No one but his secretary calls him Mr. Wood. Even in narrative, he is known by one name only.
* TheNapoleon
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'''Reba Winset''' (''Lee'')
%%* TheNapoleon

!!Reba Winset
->'''Played by:''' Lee
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* CanonImmigrant: From Househeld.
**
Househeld. It helps that out of a cast of twelve players who were largely [[AuthorAvatar Author Avatars]] {{Author Avatar}}s in varying degrees and flavors, Reba was by far the ''least'' similar to her author, Lee, so her immigration doesn't put a jarring self-insert into ORP.



* EvilOldFolks
* ProfessionalKiller: If her background from Househeld is to be believed.

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* ProfessionalKiller: If her background from Househeld is to be believed.believed.
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* BadassMoustache

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* NiceMeanAndInBetween: The polite, unflappable nice one.


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* NiceMeanAndInBetween: The mean one, obviously.


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* NiceMeanAndInBetween: The in-betweener. He's not aggressive and abrasive like Cesare, but his standoffish demeanor only barely hides a very contemptuous streak.

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* PhraseCatcher: She's repeatedly described in dialogue as "about as far from Staudt as you can get."


* Expy: Not overt, but admitted by the author. As a seemingly gracious and jovial old woman hiding a cruel, petty, and authoritarian streak [[spoiler:who undergoes a TyrantTakesTheHelm twist]], Hooper owes an undeniable debt to the contemporary SugarWiki/MostTriumphantExample of that archetype. [[Characters/HarryPotterMinistryOfMagic You know who.]]

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* Expy: {{Expy}}: Not overt, but admitted by the author. As a seemingly gracious and jovial old woman hiding a cruel, petty, and authoritarian streak [[spoiler:who undergoes a TyrantTakesTheHelm twist]], Hooper owes an undeniable debt to the contemporary SugarWiki/MostTriumphantExample of that archetype. [[Characters/HarryPotterMinistryOfMagic You know who.]]


* Expy: Not overt, but admitted by the author. As a seemingly gracious and jovial old woman hiding a cruel, petty, and authoritarian streak [[spoiler:who undergoes a TyrantTakesTheHelm twist]], Hooper owes an undeniable debt to the contemporary SugarWiki/MostTriumphantExample of that archetype. [[Characters/HarryPotterMinistryOfMagic You know who.]]



* MeetTheNewBoss: Commissioner Williams was originally conceived circa Ishkabibble as a villain who would put a face (and a high degree of influence) on the anti-Power contingent. But by the time of his first POV post in Obscured Truth, the narrative had already completely dropped the pretense of villainy and turned a sympathetic eye toward his attitudes, motivations, and day-to-day troubles. Arguably, Hooper, a genuinely malevolent character, can be seen as having picked up the "viciously and irrationally anti-Power" VillainBall from where Williams dropped it.

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* MeetTheNewBoss: Commissioner Williams was originally conceived circa Ishkabibble as a villain who would put a face (and a high degree of influence) on the anti-Power contingent. But by the time of his first POV post in Obscured Truth, the narrative had already completely dropped the pretense of villainy and turned a sympathetic eye toward his attitudes, motivations, and day-to-day troubles. Arguably, Arguably Hooper, a genuinely truly malevolent character, can be seen as having picked up the "viciously and irrationally anti-Power" VillainBall from where Williams dropped it.

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* WalkingSpoiler: Yeah, you should probably just read [[http://archipelagoexodus.proboards.com/post/77849/thread this]] first.

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* MeetTheNewBoss: Commissioner Williams was originally conceived circa Ishkabibble as a villain who would put a face (and a high degree of influence) on the anti-Power contingent. But by the time of his first POV post in Obscured Truth, the narrative had already completely dropped the pretense of villainy and turned a sympathetic eye toward his attitudes, motivations, and day-to-day troubles. Arguably, Hooper, a genuinely malevolent character, can be seen as having picked up the "viciously and irrationally anti-Power" VillainBall from where Williams dropped it.

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* FourEyesZeroSoul


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* VerbalTic: Both in dialogue and in her internal narrative, Hooper likes to dispense conventional wisdom bound up with an "as anyone can/could tell you". Also, her voice is just generally swamped with cliched, old-fashioned turns of phrase like "You could knock me over with a feather!"


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* ProperlyParanoid: [[spoiler:He's... not ''wrong'' about what a threat Powers can pose to non-Powered society. Evil Powers have used civilized areas as playgrounds for all of ORP history, and even Powers portrayed as at least semi-heroic, ranging all the way up to some of the most sympathetic, have been guilty in the past of inflicting negligent or even flat-out callously indifferent violence against regular people. But Staudt arguably takes this to such an extreme, predicting outright war, that he becomes ImproperlyParanoid. Certainly Illiana would say so, even as she understands why people have a hard time trusting Powers.]]

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* TheGhost: She and Staudt were mentioned in one of the earliest posts of Obscured Truth, and continued to pop up in references here and there throughout the topic, but it took a little more than seven years (out-of-story) and just over a hundred RP posts before they ''finally'' debuted in person, laying this trope to rest.


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* TheGhost: Same as Hooper above.


'''Vinnie, Phil & Dom''' (''Pohatu'')
* AlasPoorVillain: Not invoked ''too'' heavily, but [[spoiler:Vinnie doesn't come off as quite as much of an asshole toward the end there.]]
* TheBigGuy: Dom. It seems every Pohatu group requires one of these.
* ButtMonkey: It ''really'' sucks to be these guys.
* DumbMuscle: Dom most of all, but all three are functionally this.
* [[spoiler:EmptyShell: Vinnie after running afoul of Lucas & Scar.]]
* FaceOfAThug: All three.
* [[spoiler:TheKillerBecomesTheKilled: The spirit of the trope is there even though it's never stated that any of them have murdered.]]
* {{Mooks}}
* [[spoiler:OffWithHisHead: Both Phil and Dom after running afoul of Lucas & Scar.]]
* [[spoiler:PosthumousCharacter]]: Cesare mentions them in Muddy Season, which takes place two years prior to "the present day" -- probably between half a year and a year prior to [[spoiler:their deaths in ]]Ishkabibble.
* TerribleTrio
* UnderdogsNeverLose: Oh wait. Averted like ''hell''.
* [[ArtShift Voice Shift]]: A very abrupt and jarring one after Vinnie's [[spoiler:soul is removed]]. Compare the spoilered sample above to, well, ''anything'' he thinks or says in the rest of the story.

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& Dom''' (''Pohatu'')
* AlasPoorVillain: Not invoked ''too'' heavily, but [[spoiler:Vinnie doesn't come off as quite as much of an asshole toward the end there.
Hooper.]]
'''Mildred Hooper''' (''Pohatu'')
* TheBigGuy: Dom. It seems every Pohatu group requires one BitchInSheepsClothing: Hooper rarely drops her pleasant-grandma act, even when she's stabbing you in the back.
* HangingJudge: Specifically pursues harsh sentences against Powers, despite the fact that she herself is one.
* TheQuisling: She's turned against her own kind and firmly sided with anti-Power humans, and has made quite a successful career
of these.
placating them.
* ButtMonkey: It ''really'' sucks to be these guys.
* DumbMuscle: Dom most of all, but all three are functionally this.
* [[spoiler:EmptyShell: Vinnie after running afoul of Lucas & Scar.
[[spoiler:TyrantTakesTheHelm: Halfway through the trial in Obscured Truth, she ousts Bartholomew Staudt and takes over. This does not bode well.]]
* FaceOfAThug: All three.
* [[spoiler:TheKillerBecomesTheKilled: The spirit of
WhatKindOfLamePowerIsHeartAnyway: Her power is... to alter the trope is there even though color of any object she can pick up and hold. Yeah, it's never stated that any of them as useless as it sounds. But this is actually a crucial character detail: if she had a more efficacious (and so potentially dangerous) power, she would have murdered.]]
* {{Mooks}}
* [[spoiler:OffWithHisHead: Both Phil and Dom after running afoul of Lucas & Scar.]]
* [[spoiler:PosthumousCharacter]]: Cesare mentions them in Muddy Season, which takes place two years prior to "the present day" -- probably between half
had a year and a year prior to [[spoiler:their deaths in ]]Ishkabibble.
* TerribleTrio
* UnderdogsNeverLose: Oh wait. Averted like ''hell''.
* [[ArtShift Voice Shift]]: A very abrupt and jarring one after Vinnie's [[spoiler:soul is removed]]. Compare
harder time winning trust from the spoilered sample above to, well, ''anything'' he thinks or says in the rest community of the story.regular humans harboring anti-Power biases.


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'''Bartholomew Staudt''' (''Pohatu'')
* [[spoiler:ContinuityNod: The Zodiac amulet of Capricorn was last seen ''fifteen years earlier'' (out-of-story) in a several-incarnations-past version of the community. There, too, it granted electricity powers to its carrier, Hotaru.]]
* HangingJudge: Inverted. He's as likely to let a Power off the hook as Hooper is to convict them.
* NervousWreck: He gives this impression in the post where he finally appears onscreen, though the specific circumstances of that post obviously contribute.
* [[spoiler:TheQuisling: Precisely the inverse of Hooper above Staudt is convinced an all-out war between Powers and regular humans is imminent, and he's gone so far as to fake being a Power and show overt leniency toward Powers in court in an attempt to get on their good side and stave off the conflict. That makes Obscured Truth into a battle of the Quislings, in which Staudt decidedly gets the worst of it.]]
* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: Yoshimitsu and Illiana consider him to be one, whereas Williams doesn't. [[spoiler:Williams was right.]]
* ShockAndAwe: His power is to generate electricity between his hands. [[spoiler:Only it's not actually an inherent power at all, but an ability conferred by the Zodiac amulet of Capricorn. He's a regular human who fooled Winstone for four years.]]


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* AngryBlackMan: Apparently averted so far, despite him falling in the right age range and economic class for it.



* TheHeart: A pretty stark parody. Mayordomo just wants everyone -- his employer, Yoon, Kaina'mei -- to get along. They'd all be happier if they had nothing to do with one another, though.

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* TheHeart: A pretty stark parody. Mayordomo just wants everyone -- his employer, Yoon, Kaina'mei -- to get along. They'd all be happier if they had nothing to do with one another, though.



* MeaningfulName



* [[spoiler:StuffBlowingUp]]

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* [[spoiler:StuffBlowingUp]]StuffBlowingUp: Specializes in rigging micro-explosives that can be detonated from anywhere in the world.
* ThouShaltNotKill: The writing contest submission "Nanny" establishes that despite his destructive talents, Mayordomo has hangups about killing. The employer who directed him to blow up the warehouse claimed that casualties were unimportant, but Mayordomo waited until the place appeared empty anyway, as an "editorial touch".



* WelcomeToTheCaribbeanMon: Averted by the austere tone of his childhood flashback (he grew up in Jamaica). It ''does'' come across as beautiful, though.



--> [[spoiler:Suite lady. Sweet lady. This was Vinnie's lucky day wasn't it. Pretty ladies all over the place first the blonde in the garage and now a brunette in the bedroom. Moving on up. Heh. He might have chuckled if he had thought that in the first place which he hadn't. Oh it looked as though he was not ever going to run into her again the blonde in the garage again which he had hoped he might do. He might have regretted this if he had thought it in the first place which he hadn't. The brunette kept saying things to him. He couldn't respond he also didn't really hear her he also didn't necessarily know there was a lady in the bedroom suite although there was. Which is too bad because if he'd known she was there he really ''would'' have told her about the bombs. He really would not have just run out of the hallway and left her to her fate. You have to understand that. He would have made sure she was okay. Anyway that's stupid and he didn't think any of that because he did not have a soul any more.]]


* HiddenDepths: Intentionally {{invoked|Trope}} and {{discussed|Trope}} while he's talking to Yoon during the story "Muddy Season". The hidden depth that Mayordomo ''chooses'' to reveal at that time is a from-childhood penchant for UniversalHorror.

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* HiddenDepths: Intentionally {{invoked|Trope}} and {{discussed|Trope}} while he's talking to Yoon during the story "Muddy Season". The hidden depth that Mayordomo ''chooses'' to reveal at that time is a from-childhood penchant for UniversalHorror.Franchise/UniversalHorror.


[[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusRogues#Terrian Terrian Brogue]] ([[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusRogues Rogues & Brogues]]) also operates out of Winstone and has interacted with various characters on this page. [[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusSouthpole#Illiana Illiana Silna]] ([[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusSouthpole South Pole Summoners]]) is not a resident here but has multiple ties to the city, especially its police force.

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[[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusRogues#Terrian Terrian Brogue]] ([[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusRogues Rogues & Brogues]]) also operates out of Winstone and has interacted with various characters on this page. [[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusSouthpole#Illiana Illiana Silna]] ([[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusSouthpole South Pole Summoners]]) is not a resident here but has multiple ties to the city, especially its police force.police. [[Characters/ArchipelagoExodusMiscNeutral#Marshall Jacob Marshall]] was once an officer for Ecruteak before being drummed off the force.

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