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* CunningLinguist: Learning new languages comes easily to him. (Granted, Michel thinks his French is awful.)

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* CunningLinguist: Learning new languages comes easily to him. Chalmers is the most polyglottal of all the First Hundred, speaking five languages. (Granted, Michel thinks his French is awful.awful and Maya describes his Russian as "very bad".)


* GenreSavvy: He knows why he's going nuts in Underhill and, later, uses what he learned about Maya in therapy to navigate their relationship.


* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies and that revolution fails horrifically, but...]] "Bogdonovists", their views, and even their architecture are one of the most significant factions throughout the series.

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* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies and that revolution fails horrifically, but...]] "Bogdonovists", "Bogdanovists", their views, and even their architecture are one of the most significant factions throughout the series.


* DistaffCounterpart: To Vlad. He's a biologist; she's a biologist. He designs a new economic system to replace capitalism; she is a capitalist. He is part of a threesome (maybe) with Marina and Ursula; she is part of a threesome (maybe) with Edvard and George. They're like funhouse mirror reflections of each other. Unfortunately, they barely, if ever, interact throughout the series.



* FaceHeelTurn: She's the only one of the First Hundred who joins the metanats during the revolution of 2061, even while they're trying to ''kill'' all the First Hundred.

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* FaceHeelTurn: She's the one of only one four members of the First Hundred who joins the metanats during the revolution of 2061, even while they're trying to ''kill'' all the First Hundred.


* FourTemperamentEnsemble: He develops his own MyersBriggs-like metric based on this.

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* FourTemperamentEnsemble: He develops his own MyersBriggs-like UsefulNotes/MyersBriggs-like metric based on this.



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* WalkingTheEarth: Even after the rebellions are done and there's no reason to hide, he never settles down. Nirgal even finds him sleeping on a park bench once.



Hiroko and Coyote's son. Although he's generally a Green and a charismatic figure among the natives, he's not specifically aligned to Free Mars like many of them.

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Hiroko and Coyote's son. Although he's generally a Green and a charismatic figure among the natives, natives and a founder of Free Mars, he's not specifically aligned to Free Mars like many of them.as concerned with politics as he is making sure everyone can have a good life.



* CallToAgriculture: Becomes an "ecopoet", essentially establishing and shepherding ecosystems on a small scale, after finding himself dissatisfied with Free Mars in the third book.



* MissingMom: [[spoiler:After Hiroko vanishes, Nirgal goes as far as Earth to search for her.]]

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* MissingMom: [[spoiler:After Hiroko vanishes, Nirgal goes as far as chases every credible-sounding rumor of her whether it's on Earth to search for or Mars. He never finds her.]]




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* NowWhat: In ''Blue Mars''. His life's work was the rebellion and helping devise the society they wanted. [[spoiler:It all happens and he's left at a loose end since he doesn't want to get involved in the ensuing political struggles.]]


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* OlderThanTheyLook: She starts getting the longevity treatment as soon as she reaches adulthood, giving her a permanently youthful look.


* TheChainsOfCommanding: As the [[spoiler:President of the council]] she finds herself unable to participate in construction projects for fear it will create conflicts of interest, and she barely has time to ''anyway'' because of the demands on her time. Which is bad because she builds things to relax from all the stresses of the job.



* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies and that revolution fails horrifically.]] "Bogdonovists", their views, and even their architecture are one of the most significant factions throughout the series.

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* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies and that revolution fails horrifically.horrifically, but...]] "Bogdonovists", their views, and even their architecture are one of the most significant factions throughout the series.



* NotAsYouKnowThem: In-universe after his mental torture and stroke in ''Green Mars''. He's still passionate about science, but he also becomes far more radical and prone to action.

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* NotAsYouKnowThem: In-universe after his mental torture and stroke in ''Green Mars''. He's still passionate about science, but he also becomes far his personality changes due to the brain damage and the experience in general; he's much more radical and prone to action.action, and starts sympathizing more with Reds.




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* TheReasonYouSuckSpeech: He gives one to Antar for wanting to bring traditional capitalism to Mars.



* FirstLove: The fact that he's Hiroko's college boyfriend has a lot to do with why he's there.

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* FirstLove: The fact that he's he was Hiroko's college boyfriend has a lot to do with why he's there.



* SoleSurvivor: He may be the only one who escaped [[spoiler:Hiroko's last refuge in ''Green Mars''.]]



* AcePilot: He takes to rocketry and piloting and does a lot of work for the rebels with it. He attributes this to his jump from the orbital elevaor.

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* AcePilot: He takes to rocketry and piloting and does a lot of work for the rebels with it. He attributes this to his jump from the orbital elevaor.elevator.



* AlwaysSecondBest: Despite being being a first-gen ectogene, he's stuck in the shadow of his own ''daughter''. Might be why he founds one of the most wildly radical factions on Mars.



* RebelLeader: Of the Kakaze, a radical Red faction.

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* RebelLeader: Of the Kakaze, Kakaze[[note]]"fire wind"[[/note]], a radical Red faction.



Hiroko and Coyote's son.

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Hiroko and Coyote's son.
son. Although he's generally a Green and a charismatic figure among the natives, he's not specifically aligned to Free Mars like many of them.
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* FishOutOfWater: On Earth in a ''big'' way. He was born and raised in Mars's low gravity. When he tries running on Earth, he's gasping like a fish before long, and then he gets severely ill.
* InnocentInnacurate: His bone marrow is a match for [[spoiler:Simon's]], but he doesn't fully comprehend [[spoiler:Simon's death in spite of the treatments]].

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* FishOutOfWater: On Earth in a ''big'' way. He was born and raised in Mars's low gravity. When he tries running on Earth, he's gasping like a fish before long, and then he gets severely ill.
ill and has to return home.
* InnocentInnacurate: InnocentInaccurate: His bone marrow is a match for [[spoiler:Simon's]], but he doesn't fully comprehend [[spoiler:Simon's death [[spoiler:why Simon dies in spite of the treatments]].



* ItsAllAboutMe: If you believe Nirgal and Maya, at least, who think that Jackie's shifts in opinion are about securing personal power.

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* ItsAllAboutMe: If you believe Nirgal and Maya, at least, who think Jackie will adopt or shift to any position that Jackie's shifts in opinion are about securing personal power.allows her to gain the most power, even if it's one she had opposed previously.



* IcarusAllusion: She enjoys recreational gliding and gets into a friendly competition with another flyer. [[spoiler:When that flyer goes to far and plummets, Zo tries to save her and they both drown.]]

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* IcarusAllusion: She enjoys recreational gliding and gets into a friendly competition with another flyer. [[spoiler:When that flyer goes to too far and plummets, Zo tries to save her and they both drown.]]



%% !!Zeyk and Nazik Tuqa

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%% !!Zeyk and Nazik Tuqa
Two Bedouin settlers who emigrate to Mars early on. Both become important political figures in the Arab factions.
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* HappilyMarried: Very much, and they have no problem trolling Frank after he goes on a rant about Arab misogyny.
* OnlySaneMan: Zeyk is often the First Hundred's go-to guy with the Arabs because he acts as a levelheaded and world-weary elder.
* PhotographicMemory: Zeyk has this, which becomes important when TheFogOfAges sets in for other characters.


* TheEngineer: Before going to Mars, she built nuclear reactors in Siberia. She's instrumental in design and construction of the Mars habitats.

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* TheEngineer: Before going to Mars, she built nuclear reactors in Siberia. She's instrumental in design and construction of the Mars habitats. Later she applies this mindset to the design and construction of new ''government.''



* TheLeader: The levelheaded type. Come the constitutional conventions in ''Blue Mars'', she soon falls into the role of leader primarily because she immediately concerns herself with productive activities rather than posturing and ideology, and others begin to imitate.



* NotAsYouKnowThem: In-universe after his mental torture and stroke in ''Green Mars''. He's still passionate about science, but he also becomes far more radical and prone to action.



* SpeechImpediment: A tendency to stutter and some lingering aphasia.



* DarkAndTroubledPast: She's depressive because of an abusive childhood, though we never find out much about it.

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* DarkAndTroubledPast: She's depressive because Her stepfather abused her, but she doesn't elaborate beyond "abuse is abuse." Others speculate that this is why she's so obsessed with rocks and the idea of an abusive childhood, though we never find out much about it.Mars as a lifeless planet.



* DeathSeeker: After [[spoiler:Simon dies of cancer]] in ''Green Mars'' she's just waiting for something to kill her. She ''nearly'' gets her wish in a landslide, but what she thinks is a useless gesture of hiding to placate her dead friends turns out to actually work, and she's pissed. For a while she refuses gerentological treatment, too.

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* DeathSeeker: After [[spoiler:Simon dies of cancer]] in ''Green Mars'' she's just waiting for something to kill her. She ''nearly'' gets her wish in a landslide, but what she thinks is a useless gesture of hiding to placate her dead friends turns out to actually work, and she's pissed. For a while she She also refuses the gerentological treatment, too.treatment [[spoiler:and is given to it while comatose by Sax and a few others]].



* SmugSnake: Frank calls her a "tin god" who thinks that she's taken control of Mars and put herself above the rest of the First Hundred.

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* SmugSnake: Frank calls her a "tin god" who thinks that she's taken control of Mars and put herself above the rest of the First Hundred.
Hundred. Sax later has similar, unflattering views of her and flat-out calls her dumb in his internal monologue.



* DoNotCallMePaul: At one point on his road trip with Nirgal, he gets cynical and demands that Nirgal call him Desmond. A while later, his mood picks up and he basically says "Desmond? Who's Desmond?"

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* DoNotCallMePaul: At one point on his road trip with Nirgal, he gets cynical and demands that Nirgal call him Desmond. A while later, his mood picks up and he basically says "Desmond? Who's Desmond?"Desmond?" Notably, Sax ''always'' refers to him as Desmond.



* SpannerInTheWorks: He was smuggled aboard the ''Ares'' by Hiroko.

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* ShroudedInMyth: "The Coyote" becomes one of the figures in the interstital folktales. It's also used as a catch-all term for mysterious individuals, according to one in-universe history book.
* SpannerInTheWorks: He was smuggled aboard the ''Ares'' by Hiroko. He aligns himself most with the radical Reds, who are by far the most unpredictable (and trouble-causing) of the various rebel factions.



Genetic son of Hiroko and John Boone. He becomes a revolutionary for the Reds.

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Genetic son of Hiroko and John Boone. Boone, and natural father of Jackie. He becomes a revolutionary for the Reds.
Reds.

* LeeroyJenkins: Blows up the dam at Burroughs, which works for his goals, but if not for Sax's crazy-preparedness would have resulted in massive deaths. Soon after he decides to bring down the elevator even though the odds of it working the same way are terrible [[spoiler:and dies in the battle]].



* InnocentInsensitive: His bone marrow is a match for [[spoiler:Simon's]], but he doesn't fully comprehend [[spoiler:Simon's death in spite of the treatments]].
* MasochismTango: With Jackie--he loves her, she sees him as one of "hers" but has no compunctions about using people.

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* InnocentInsensitive: InnocentInnacurate: His bone marrow is a match for [[spoiler:Simon's]], but he doesn't fully comprehend [[spoiler:Simon's death in spite of the treatments]].
* MagneticHero: His curiosity and openness makes him naturally charismatic and many of the natives gravitate to him as a leader.
* MasochismTango: With Jackie--he loves her, she sees him as one of "hers" but has no compunctions about using people. He can't stop the tango even though he's aware of exactly how it goes.


* ObfuscatingStupidity: Although he never seems ''stupid'', per se, people around him see him as much more simple than he actually is.



* ApeShallNeverKillApe: She catches some heat from the other First Hundred for [[spoiler:killing Phyllis Boyle]], because that person was "one of them" in spite of everything. Maya, for her part, resents the resentment.



* OddFriendship: With Maya. She considers a sisterly relationship in that they're not much alike, don't like each other too much, and yet are very close.

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* OddFriendship: With Maya. She considers it a sisterly relationship in that they're not much alike, don't like each other too much, and yet are very close.



* ConstantlyCurious: His reason for being a scientist is very simple: he wants to know things.

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* BedTrick: He lets Phyllis seduce him under his assumed identity of Stephen Lindholm (even though her personality disgusts him). He's not proud of himself.
* ConstantlyCurious: His reason for being a scientist is very simple: he wants to know things.''know''. When Michel probes this by asking "what will you do with your knowledge?" Sax answers "find out more."



* ForScience: He's accused of irresponsibly wanting to terraform Mars without considering the consequences, especially by Ann.

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* ForScience: He's accused of irresponsibly wanting to terraform Mars without considering the consequences, especially by Ann. After his misadventures in ''Green Mars'', he decides they have a point.



* CultColony: She creates one called "Zygote" in ''Red Mars'', where the First Hundred take refuge once the transnats turn on them. After that one is compromised, she builds a new one, naming it Gamete.

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* CultColony: She creates one called "Zygote" in ''Red Mars'', where the First Hundred take refuge once the transnats turn on them. After that one is compromised, she builds a new one, naming one and names it Gamete.


* IDidWhatIHadToDo: [[spoiler:She kills Phyllis without remorse, even though she was one of the First Hundred.]]
* ImportantHaircut: She shaves her head on her 130th birthday out of disgust for her age and appearance.



* OddFriendship: With Maya. She considers a sisterly relationship in that they're not much alike, don't like each other too much, and yet are very close.



* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies, but "Bogdanovists" remain a political faction throughout the series.]]

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* RebelLeader: He becomes this near the end of ''Red Mars''. [[spoiler:He dies, but "Bogdanovists" remain a political faction dies and that revolution fails horrifically.]] "Bogdonovists", their views, and even their architecture are one of the most significant factions throughout the series.]]



* CrazyPrepared: Once the second revolution breaks out in ''Green Mars'', it turns out he had spent the preceding years preparing for a number of large-scale contingencies, including making possible the open-air evacuation of an entire city by having raised the oxygen levels in the atmosphere and making tens of thousands of carbon dioxide filter masks.

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* ConstantlyCurious: His reason for being a scientist is very simple: he wants to know things.
* CrazyPrepared: Once the second revolution breaks out in ''Green Mars'', it turns out he had spent the preceding years preparing for a number of large-scale contingencies, including making possible the open-air evacuation of an entire city by having raised the oxygen levels in the atmosphere and making tens of thousands of carbon dioxide filter masks.masks, and taking down Deimos because it ''might'' be used as a weapons platform like Phobos.



* DeathSeeker: After [[spoiler:Simon dies of cancer]] in ''Green Mars'' she's just waiting for something to kill her. She ''nearly'' gets her wish in a landslide, but what she thinks is a useless gesture of hiding to placate her dead friends turns out to actually work, and she's pissed.

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* DeathSeeker: After [[spoiler:Simon dies of cancer]] in ''Green Mars'' she's just waiting for something to kill her. She ''nearly'' gets her wish in a landslide, but what she thinks is a useless gesture of hiding to placate her dead friends turns out to actually work, and she's pissed. For a while she refuses gerentological treatment, too.



* CultColony: She creates one called "Zygote" in ''Red Mars'', where the First Hundred take refuge once the transnats turn on them. After that one is compromised, she builds a new one, naming it Gamete.
* InscrutableOriental: Part of the "the Japanese are the closest thing to aliens" attitude expressed by other characters. Apart from her devotees, nobody understands what the hell is going on in her mind.



* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Towards Maya in the Underhill years, but she eventually reciprocates.



* GenreSavvy: He knows why he's going nuts in Underhill and, later, uses what he learned about Maya in therapy to navigate their relationship.



* MoneyDearBoy: She sees Mars as a gold mine and allies herself with the metanats.

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* MoneyDearBoy: OnlyInItForTheMoney: She sees Mars as a gold mine and allies herself with the metanats.



* AcePilot: He takes to rocketry and piloting and does a lot of work for the rebels with it. He attributes this to his jump from the orbital elevaor.



%%* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters:

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%%* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters:
* YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters: Kasei is even more radical about keeping Mars "red" than Ann and will commit any act of sabotage for that goal, no matter how harmful.



* MasochismTango: With Jackie--he loves her, she sees him as one of "hers" but has no compunctions about using people.



* ILoveYouBecauseICantControlYou: She has a huge, unrequited crush on Peter. He has zero interest in her. (Partly because he had an affair with her mother.)




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* TooMuchAlike: Non-romantic version. She and Maya ''hate'' each other. Everyone around them is quick to say (out of earshot) that it's because they're basically the same.
* WalkingTheEarth: [[spoiler:She joins an expedition to interstellar space in ''Blue Mars'' following Zo's death.]]



* TheHeart: He has a knack for diplomacy and mediation; in fact he was considering changing his career towards that before Fort sent him to Mars. Much of his time on the planet is trying to reconcile the various underground groups so they can put together a cohesive government and resistance.



* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: After being vaguely creeped out by the view during his first days on Mars, he gets an epiphany when the window catches him unexpectedly and he realizes the beauty and splendor through the view down Olympus Mons.

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* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: After being vaguely creeped out by the view sights during his first days on Mars, he gets an epiphany when the window catches him unexpectedly and he realizes the beauty and splendor through the view down Olympus Mons.


* CrazyPrepared: He has hidden caches of supplies ''all'' over Mars. And once he learns where the metanats set up their prison city, the first thing he did was to devise a way to sabotage it in case they ever needed to stage a jailbreak.



* ReversePsychology: He brags about convincing Nirgal to leave Zygote and attend the university at Sabashii, which greatly broadens Nirgal's horizons. When Nirgal tries to remind him that Coyote said to stay away from Sabashii because it would ruin him, Coyote just says that's ''exactly'' how he convinced him.



* MeaningfulName: It's the Japanese name for Mars.



* MeaningfulName: "Nirgal" is the Babylonian name for Mars.



* AmbiguouslyBrown: Usually described as dark or swarthy.
* ConstantlyCurious: One of the things that makes him a good diplomat; he has an honest and eager curiosity, and he doesn't mind asking blunt questions.



* OddFriendship: He and Nirgal form a rapid affinity, but the fact that they're both intensely curious people makes it not so odd.



* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: After being vaguely creeped out by the view during his first days on Mas, he gets an epiphany when the window catches him unexpectedly and he realizes the beauty and splendor through the view down Olympus Mons.

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* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: After being vaguely creeped out by the view during his first days on Mas, Mars, he gets an epiphany when the window catches him unexpectedly and he realizes the beauty and splendor through the view down Olympus Mons.


* DarkAndTroubledPast: She's depressive because of an abusive childhood, though we never find out much about it.
* DemotedMemories: Forces herself to forget things while traveling on her own, finding it too painful.



* DeathSeeker: After [[spoiler:Simon dies of cancer]] in ''Green Mars'' she's just waiting for something to kill her. She ''nearly'' gets her wish in a landslide, but what she thinks is a useless gesture of hiding to placate her dead friends turns out to actually work, and she's pissed.



* TheFundamentalist: Often accused of this because of her staunch anti-terraforming stance.

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* TheFundamentalist: Often accused of this because of her staunch anti-terraforming stance. At one point she does tell John Boone that she wouldn't mourn his death if it meant no terraforming.



* MadScientist: Most of the others acknowledge her brilliance but consider her to be insane for her prophetical habits. It's certainly hard to have a conversation with her in which the words "areophany" or "viriditas" don't appear.



* ConstantlyCurious: One of his defining traits. He's curious about people as much as natural and scientific phenomena.



* InnocentInsensitive: His bone marrow is a match for [[spoiler:Simon's]], but he doesn't fully comprehend [[spoiler:Simon's death in spite of the treatments]].



%% * NiceGuy:

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%% * NiceGuy:
NiceGuy: Nearly everyone he meets likes him because he's a good listener who is readily sympathetic, having a genuine desire to learn about their views.



* ManipulativeBastard: even better at using seduction/relationships to get what she wants than Maya, and even more cynical and power-hungry than Frank.

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* ManipulativeBastard: even Even better at using seduction/relationships to get what she wants than Maya, and even more cynical and power-hungry than Frank.



* HonestCorporateExecutive: He's an agent for the only ethical metanat in the series.




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* TheWorldIsJustAwesome: After being vaguely creeped out by the view during his first days on Mas, he gets an epiphany when the window catches him unexpectedly and he realizes the beauty and splendor through the view down Olympus Mons.


* BerserkButton: Religion, specifically Christianity. He views it as a political construct based on the history of the Bible's writing and gets very heated after an Easter service is conducted aboard the ''Ares'', to the suprise of everyone who's used to easy-going friendly John.

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* BerserkButton: Religion, specifically Christianity. He views it as a political construct based on the history of the Bible's writing and gets very heated after an Easter service is conducted aboard the ''Ares'', to the suprise surprise of everyone who's used to easy-going friendly John.



* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Based on John F. Kennedy

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* MagneticHero: Given enough time, John Boone can get along with ''anyone'', provided they don't have a corporate agenda or are named Frank Chalmers. He can even get Ann, who admits she sympathizes with the Reds who tried to assassinate him, to like and trust him. Coyote says it's because John was so good at ''being'' convinced of other people's point of view (while putting his own spin on it) rather than the other way around.
* NoCelebritiesWereHarmed: Based on John F. KennedyKennedy.



* ShroudedInMyth: After his death. One of the inter-chapter sections transitions from Boone's biography to stories of him, Paul Bunyan, and Big Man.

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* ShroudedInMyth: After his death. One of the inter-chapter sections transitions from Boone's biography to stories of him, Paul Bunyan, and Big Man.
Man. Political groups later invoke his name to back up their position.



* ManipulativeBastard: She considers sexual and romantic relationships as a means to an end, both in her early career as a cosmonaut and with John and Frank.
** partially subverted in that she also gets heavily emotionally involved in several of them, even while using them as a means of influence (thus sometimes leading to a very chaotic power situation...)
* MasochismTango: All of her romantic relationships, more or less.

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* ManipulativeBastard: She considers sexual and romantic relationships as a means to an end, both in her early career as a cosmonaut and with John and Frank.
** partially subverted
Frank. Subverted, though, in that she also gets heavily emotionally involved in several of them, even while using them as a means of influence (thus sometimes leading to a very chaotic power situation...)
* MasochismTango: All of her romantic relationships, more or less. Blatantly lampshaded by Nadia and Arkady.



* OnlySaneMan: While everyone else is running around with radical viewpoints, Nadia focuses on the job at hand and is rather exasperated at all the petty power struggles.



* FirstLove: He and Nadia become lovers soon after they land on Mars.

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* FirstLove: He and Nadia become lovers soon after they land on Mars. (Given their ages they're probably not each other's ''first'' first love, but they are in terms of the story.)


* DoNotCallMePaul: At one point on his road trip with Nirgal, he gets cynical and demands that Nirgal call him Desmond. A while later, his mood picks up and he basically says "Desmond? Who's Desmond?"



* ParentalSubstitute: He acts as a surrogate father to Nirgal since the children have been given a collective upbringing regardless of which ones are their parents. Later, they learn that Coyote is Nirgal's ''actual'' father.



* ThrownOutTheAirlock: well actually he jumped, on purpose, as a last ditch attempt to survive because the thing he was in was going to crash out of orbit.

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* NoOneCouldSurviveThat: The odds of him surviving the jump from the elevator are astronomically against him; his mother assumes he's dead for a long time. But a shuttle piloted by rebels somehow manages to find him during the (admittedly very long) fall. Thoroughly lampshaded.
* ThrownOutTheAirlock: well Well actually he jumped, on purpose, as a last ditch attempt to survive because the thing he was in was going to crash out of orbit.


* ItsAllMyFault/MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Not a sudden realization, but a gradual one - After Nicosia he slowly comes to realize that he screwed everything up for everyone, and that he is the only one who knows it.

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* ItsAllMyFault/MyGodWhatHaveIDone: ItsAllMyFault / MyGodWhatHaveIDone: Not a sudden realization, but a gradual one - After Nicosia he slowly comes to realize that he screwed everything up for everyone, and that he is the only one who knows it.

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