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* TheAce: The best knight of her generation and quite a few generations after, a very powerful mage, and Goddess-chosen. Raoul and many others consider her the archetype of a "hero" knight, one that goes on quests and accomplishes great feats that no one else can. Of course, as the first female knight, she couldn't afford to be anything less.

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* TheAce: The best knight of her generation and quite a few generations after, a very powerful mage, and Goddess-chosen. Raoul and many others consider her the archetype of a "hero" knight, one that goes on quests and accomplishes great feats that no one else can. Of course, as the first female knight, knight in a ''long'' time, she couldn't afford to be anything less.


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* AngstySurvivingTwin: [[spoiler: Implied; she names one of her children after her brother and the loss of her brother obviously effects her greatly.]]

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** Confirmed by WordofGod.


* DramaticIrony: ''Tortall: A Spy's Guide'' revealed that the entire reason he took up the post of training master was to prove that girls can't be knights, believing that Alanna had been a fluke. Then Kel came along.



* HonorBeforeReason: Reconstructed. He probably sees it this way, because his honor keeps preventing him from disqualifying Kel, but he ultimately realizes he was right in putting his promise to be fair to her above his agenda to keep women from being knights.



* RealMenGetShot: Wyldon is a firm believer that suffering makes you a real man. Unless it's absolutely necessary to survive or stay in the field, he won't accept a magic healing.

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* RealMenGetShot: Wyldon is a firm believer that suffering makes you a real man. Unless it's absolutely necessary to survive or stay in the field, he won't accept a magic healing. Duke Baird, the palace healer, openly hates this and tries to train Kel out of it with limited success.


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* SelectiveObliviousness: Part of his bigotry. He tells Kel she'll receive no special treatment for being a girl, despite having put her on probation when no other boy had to, and keeps being unfair to her to ensure that she won't be unfairly advantaged. He also believes that once Kel sees battle she'll turn tail and run, even though Hakuin told him that Kel has already seen battle in the Yamani Islands at the age of five.


*OverprotectiveDad: [[spoiler: According to a seer in ''Protector of the Small'', he is totally going to stress out when his future daughter starts knight training.]]



* SilkHidingSteel: As most ladies of the Yamani Islands are, he is polite and graceful and also fairly deadly and cunning.

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* SilkHidingSteel: As most ladies of the Yamani Islands are, he she is polite and graceful and also fairly deadly and cunning.



* PaperFanOfDoom: Carries a ''shukusen'', which she [[spoiler:gives to Neal after his Ordeal. He accepts it and wears at his belt during his knighting ceremony.]]

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* PaperFanOfDoom: Carries a ''shukusen'', which she [[spoiler:gives to Neal after his Ordeal. He accepts it and wears it at his belt during his knighting ceremony.]]



* MuscleAngst: Tries to provoke this in Kel, see below.

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* MuscleAngst: Tries to provoke this thoughts of weakness in Kel, see below.as part of his general attempt to make her quit.



* NoGuyWantsAnAmazon: That's how he sees it because he's a misogynist.

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* NoGuyWantsAnAmazon: That's how he sees it because he's a misogynist. The Chamber of the Ordeal pulls up a vision where he counts fighting skills as a negative for women.


*MundaneUtility: There are many mages in this setting who can use their magic for such means as lighting candles but Numair isn't one of them. He has to actually blow it out because his magic would blow it ''up''.



* BigSisterInstinct: Should she take on a friendship or position of responsibility over anyone, younger or older, and they come under threat, she ''will'' find them, she ''will'' rescue them unless they're already dead and she ''will'' make the ones who caused the threat regret it dearly. This applies in general to anyone small and/or weak that she comes across and this trope is part of why she's a BullyHunter.

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* BigSisterInstinct: Should she take on a friendship or position of responsibility over anyone, younger or older, and they come under threat, she ''will'' find them, she ''will'' rescue them unless they're already dead and she ''will'' make the ones who caused the threat regret it dearly. This applies in general to anyone small (Protector of the Small!) and/or weak that she comes across and this trope is part of why she's a BullyHunter.



*EmbarrassingNickname: She doesn't like being called "Protector of the Small" because she think it is a silly title.



* TheAce: His sexist views aside, Wyldon is constantly held up as a paragon of knightly virtue. He's unfailingly devoted to his duty, even to the extent that he will overlook his own prejudices to carry it out (even though he admitted it was a near thing, he was still virtuous enough to realize just how bad his bias was). He believes firmly in a knight's duty to act honorably and help others in need, to the extent that Kel realizes he's actually happy to be on duty fighting and protecting others, rather than simply training the next set of pages. He's a master of everything related to a knight's job, from combat to field-craft, a superb instructor, and so good at jousting that not even ''Raoul'' is willing to tilt against him (in order to preserve his own pride).

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* TheAce: His sexist views aside, Wyldon is constantly held up as a paragon of knightly virtue. He's unfailingly devoted to his duty, even to the extent that he will overlook his own prejudices to carry it out (even though he admitted it was a near thing, he was still virtuous enough to realize just how bad his bias was). He believes firmly in a knight's duty to act honorably and help others in need, to the extent that Kel realizes he's actually happy to be on duty fighting and protecting others, rather than simply training the next set of pages. He's a master of everything related to a knight's job, from combat to field-craft, a superb instructor, and so good at jousting that not even ''Raoul'' is not willing to tilt against him (in order to preserve his own pride).



* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: When not overcome with misogyny, and he [[CharacterDevelopment gets better]].

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* ReasonableAuthorityFigure: When not overcome with misogyny, and he [[CharacterDevelopment gets better]].better]], he has sound judgement.


* GreenEyes: Her brilliant green eyes are noted as part of her charm and allure.




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* WhatBeautifulEyes: Her brilliant green eyes are noted as part of her charm and allure.



* {{Expy}}: According to WordOfGod, she is loosely based on Elizabeth I: smart, well educated, and in spite of being TheUnfavorate proved to be most capable to rule over a country.

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* {{Expy}}: According to WordOfGod, she is loosely based on Elizabeth I: smart, well educated, and in spite of being TheUnfavorate TheUnfavorite proved to be most capable to rule over a country.


** His magic itself. He can work massive feats of magic with apparent ease, but if he tries to use his magic to light a candle, it blows up in his face. Literally.

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** His magic itself. He can work massive feats of magic with apparent ease, but if he tries to use his magic to light put out a candle, it blows up in his face. Literally.

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**His magic itself. He can work massive feats of magic with apparent ease, but if he tries to use his magic to light a candle, it blows up in his face. Literally.


* MightyWhitey: She becomes a respected shaman to the Bloody Hawk Tribe in ''The Woman Who Rides Like a Man'' (because [[spoiler: she killed the last one, though she didn't mean to]]). She doesn't want to, though, and immediately sets about training students to take over for her. It is also established that she has just as much to learn as she has to teach.

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* MightyWhitey: Played With. She becomes a respected shaman to the Bloody Hawk Tribe in ''The Woman Who Rides Like a Man'' (because [[spoiler: Man'', but only because she killed the last one, one in self-defence, though she didn't mean to]]). She to. Additionally, she doesn't want to, though, the position, only taking it because the headman points out that her leaving the tribe without a shaman would be leaving them at the mercy of raiders with mages of their own and YouKillItYouBoughtIt applies, and immediately sets about training students to take over for her. It Furthermore, it is also established that she has just as much to learn as she has to teach.



* TheParagon: In ''The Woman Who Rides Like a Man'', according to Bazhir law she must be the tribe's shaman until she trains a new one to replace her or someone kills her and takes her place. So Alanna selects three Gifted children of the tribe, Ishak, Kara, and Kourrem, and begins to train them in magic.

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* TheParagon: In ''The Woman Who Rides Like a Man'', according to Bazhir law she must be the tribe's shaman until she trains a new one to replace her or someone kills her and takes her place. So Alanna selects three Gifted children of the tribe, Ishak, Kara, and Kourrem, and begins to train them in magic. They [[spoiler: (except for Ishak, who gets killed through a mixture of his own over-confidence and messing with an EvilWeapon that Alanna's been keeping hold of precisely to ''prevent'' something like that happening)]] succeed her later in the book, acting as joint shamans.



* MightyWhitey: He becomes the Voice of Tribes to the Bazhir Tribesmen in ''The Woman Who Rides Like A Man''. This is mostly done as a political maneuver by the previous Voice who realizes - via a minor prophetic gift - that Tortall will win in their war in the end, devastating both sides.

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* MightyWhitey: He becomes He's selected to become the Voice of Tribes to the Bazhir Tribesmen in ''The Woman Who Rides Like A Man''. This However, this is mostly done as a political maneuver manoeuvre by the previous Voice (a Bazhir) who realizes realises - via a minor prophetic gift related to the position - that Tortall will win in their war in the end, devastating both sides.sides. It is also made clear that he has a ''lot'' to learn, and that much of the training is about proving himself to the Bazhir.



* PrinceCharming: He charmed Alanna (initially) and almost every other female. Thayet is the only woman who wasn't swept off her feet and she became his wife.

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* PragmaticHero: He's noble, decent, and heroic, but in subsequent series, he's also a pragmatic politician who has to carefully manage the balance between the reformist and conservative factions at court - while he is part of the former, the latter is still powerful.
* PrinceCharming: He charmed Alanna (initially) (initially, though they stay friends. The fact that his charm doesn't affect her later on is something he cites as why he needs her around - if only to deflate his ego) and almost every other female. Thayet is the only woman who wasn't swept off her feet and she became his wife.wife.
** Kel is also not particularly impressed with him at first, feeling that his charm is merely a facade. This is on the grounds that he agreed to her being put on probation for her first year as a page - while it was nothing personal, being part of the balancing act in dealing with the conservative faction at court, Kel understandably doesn't see this and resents it. She later comes to like and understand him a bit better, in large part thanks to Raoul, her mentor, explaining the politics of the situation and that he didn't have much of a choice.



* RebelPrince: He is an inverted version as he wants to defeat demons and become the Voice of the People to be the best king he can be.

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* RebelPrince: He is an inverted version version, as he wants to defeat demons and become the Voice of the People to be the best king he can be.



* TheGoodChancellor: After her father died, he managed Alanna's fief while she trained.

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* TheGoodChancellor: After To Jonathan. Additionally, after her father died, he managed Alanna's fief while she trained.



* MovingTheGoalposts: He criticizes Alanna for thinking she has to decide between knighthood and womanhood. When she puts on a dress a few chapters later, he criticizes her for... thinking she can be both knight and woman.

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* MovingTheGoalposts: He criticizes Alanna for thinking she has to decide between knighthood and womanhood. When she puts on a dress a few chapters later, he criticizes her for... thinking she can be both knight and woman. She calls him out for this, hard.



* OneManArmy: He's able to take down multiple bandits all on his own.

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* OneManArmy: He's able to take down multiple bandits all on his own.own, and his final fight is something to behold.



* HappilyMarried: Ends up as this with Jonathan.



* KickingAssInAllHerFinery: She ends up ruining a very expensive PimpedOutDress when responding to an emergency with the Queen's Riders. Her husband's sole remark is that he'd prefer it if she changed first, next time.



* PimpedOutDress: In one story Thayet utterly ruined a very expensive pink tissue dress when she went to the aid of the Queen's Riders in the middle of a dinner party. She didn't consider it a loss. (Nor did Jonathan -- though he would appreciate it if she'd change first next time.)
* PoliticallyActivePrincess: She is very patriotic and is willing to fight for her people and country. At one point she left a court function to respond to a call of the Queen's Riders.

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* PimpedOutDress: In one story Thayet utterly ruined a very expensive pink tissue dress when she went to the aid of the Queen's Riders in the middle of a dinner party. She didn't consider it a loss. (Nor did Jonathan -- though apparently all said was that he would appreciate it if she'd change first next time.)
* PoliticallyActivePrincess: She is very patriotic and is willing to fight for her people and country. At one point she left a court function to respond to a call of the Queen's Riders. [[KickingAssInAllHerFinery While still wearing the requisite fancy dress.]]



%%%* OddFriendship: With Daine and Maura of Dunlath.

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%%%* * OddFriendship: With Daine (who initially despises Stormwings) and Maura of Dunlath.Dunlath.
* ManipulativeBastard: Gets the better of Ozorne in ''Emperor Mage'', [[spoiler: tricking him into transforming into a Stormwing, something which leaves Ozorne {{Mode Lock}}ed, simultaneously depriving him of his human throne, magic, and [[ArsonMurderAndJayWalking pretty-boy appearance.]]]]



* ShipTease: Sees Numair entering his conversation with Daine and loudly wonders if Numair thinks he's "corrupting" her.

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* ShipTease: Sees ShipperOnDeck: Mostly for his own amusement value, but when he sees Numair entering his conversation with Daine and loudly wonders if Numair thinks he's "corrupting" her.



* UndyingLoyalty: To his Queen and to his friends.



* DeliberateValuesDissonance: He's lived for all his life in Carthak, where slavery is commonplace, and he has a casual disregard for slaves and their lives that shocks Daine, who had found him so nice before.

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* DeliberateValuesDissonance: He's lived for all his life in Carthak, where slavery is commonplace, and as a result, he has a casual disregard for slaves and their lives that shocks Daine, who had found him so nice before.before. This changes with CharacterDevelopment.



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: He does indeed rule properly when [[spoiler: His uncle turns into a Stormwing and flees the empire, leaving him in charge.]]

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: He does indeed rule properly when once [[spoiler: His uncle turns his EvilUncle is tricked into turning into a Stormwing and flees the empire, leaving him in charge.]]



* FeminineWomenCanCook: Her magical abilities are most often used for this, because she genuinely loves cooking. And as noted below, they have many more applications than one might expect.



* NiceGirl: While her more classically feminine attributes, status as Numair's ex, and position working for Ozorne, all at a contrast to Daine, would seem to set her up as an AlphaBitch and minor antagonist, like Delia of Eldorne, she's actually perfectly friendly, and [[spoiler: absolutely devastated when she thinks that Numair's been executed, enough that an enraged Daine takes pity on her.]] Indeed, she seems intentionally placed in the narrative to demonstrate that being a ProperLady is just as valid a choice as being an ActionGirl and doesn't indicate weakness.
* ProperLady: A textbook example, though with magical abilities.



Wyldon is a conservative, obsessed with tradition and firmly of the opinion that women are not fit to be warriors. It was he that insisted Kel be placed on probation due to her gender, and caused her a lot of hardships in her first year of training. Despite all this, he has a deep sense of honor and wants to serve the crown as best he can, and is most certainly a hero. [[spoiler: Though he never seems to fully shake off his misogyny, he becomes one of Kel's staunchest supporters]].

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Wyldon is a conservative, obsessed with tradition and firmly of the opinion that women are not fit to be warriors. It was he that insisted Kel be placed on probation due to her gender, and caused her a lot of hardships in her first year of training. Despite all this, he has a deep sense of honor and wants to serve the crown as best he can, and is most certainly a hero. [[spoiler: Though he never seems to fully shake off his misogyny, sexism, he becomes one of Kel's staunchest supporters]].



* WorldsBestWarrior: Being completely at home on a battlefield aside, he's also an extremely skilled jouster. While knights would usually feel proud after defeating an opponent, especially if they knocked them off their horses, when put up against Wyldon, even ''Raoul'' considers it an accomplishment to simply stay in the saddle for the three bouts, at which point the judges would always rule in Wyldon's favor.

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* WorldsBestWarrior: Being A fair competitor with Alanna for this - being completely at home on a battlefield aside, he's also an extremely skilled jouster. While knights would usually feel proud after defeating an opponent, especially if they knocked them off their horses, when put up against Wyldon, even ''Raoul'' considers it an accomplishment to simply stay in the saddle for the three bouts, at which point the judges would always rule in Wyldon's favor.



* WeakButSkilled: Compared to mages like Numair, he and his father don't have a lot of power; they can, however, use it with much more precision, able to even perform surgery magically. If Numair tried that, the patient would most likely end up as a fine red paste.

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* WeakButSkilled: Compared to mages like Numair, he and his father don't have a lot of power; they can, however, use it with much more precision, able to even perform surgery magically. If Numair tried that, the patient would most likely end up as a fine red paste.
paste, or perhaps even mist.



* AmbiguouslyBrown: She's described as "dark" when Kel first meets her.

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* AmbiguouslyBrown: She's described as "dark" when Kel first meets her.her - though this could just mean that she's dark haired and dark eyed, in traditional English usage of the term. The narrative never elaborates either way.



* BreakTheCutie: The grueling slog of war and aftermath of [[EverybodysDeadDave Fort Mastiff]] in ''Lady Knight'' leaves Owen hurt and disillusioned.

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* BreakTheCutie: The grueling gruelling slog of war and aftermath of [[EverybodysDeadDave Fort Mastiff]] in ''Lady Knight'' leaves Owen hurt and disillusioned.



* CharacterDevelopment: As a result of becoming Wyldon's squire in the third book. Wyldon gets his feet on the ground and instills some manners and savvy into him.

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* CharacterDevelopment: As a result of becoming Wyldon's squire in the third book. Wyldon gets his feet on the ground and instills instils some manners and savvy into him.



* UnresolvedSexualTension: With Kel. Since Kel's the viewpoint character, we see more of her struggles than Dom's and unusually for this trope in Tortall, [[MaybeEverAfter we don't get a resolution]].

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* UnresolvedSexualTension: With Kel. Since Kel's the viewpoint character, we see more of her struggles than Dom's and unusually for this trope in Tortall, [[MaybeEverAfter we don't get a resolution]].resolution]] and WordOfGod denied it.



* TheReliableOne: He is a pretty good servant and reliably brings the equipment and other items she requests in a battle situation.

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* TheReliableOne: He is a pretty good servant and reliably brings the equipment and other items she Kel requests in a battle situation.



* GuileHero: She can fight if she has to, but that's ''not'' what she prefers. Her specialty is manipulations and {{plan}}s.

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* GuileHero: She can fight if she has to, but that's ''not'' what she prefers. Her specialty speciality is manipulations and {{plan}}s.



The Trickster God of this particular pantheon, Kyprioth has two main forms- a grey haired raka man and a crow. After centuries of subjugation by his older siblings Mithros and the Goddess, Kyprioth is ready to win back his power...and is going to use Aly to get it.

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The Trickster God of this particular pantheon, Kyprioth has two main forms- a grey haired raka man and a crow. After centuries of subjugation by his older siblings Mithros and the Goddess, Kyprioth is ready to win back his power... and is going to use Aly to get it.



* BlasphemousBoast: Even though he's a god himself. Turns out the other trickster gods get offended if you say you're better than the rest of them! It gets him a sharp slap on the wrist from the Graveyard Hag [[spoiler: when she repays a loyal worshiper ''and'' helps Sarai leave the Islands--and Kyprioth's plans for her--at the same time]].

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* BlasphemousBoast: Even though he's a god himself. Turns out the other trickster gods get offended if you say you're better than the rest of them! It gets him a sharp slap on the wrist from the Graveyard Hag [[spoiler: when she repays a loyal worshiper worshipper ''and'' helps Sarai leave the Islands--and Kyprioth's plans for her--at the same time]].


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* {{Irony}}: She's the ancestress of George Cooper, who several centuries later becomes 'King of the Rogue', Tortall's KingOfThieves.

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* TheAce: The best knight of her generation and quite a few generations after, a very powerful mage, and Goddess-chosen. Raoul and many others consider her the archetype of a "hero" knight, one that goes on quests and accomplishes great feats that no one else can. Of course, as the first female knight, she couldn't afford to be anything less.


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* AnimalMotifs: The lioness, as a female warrior who outclasses the men around her. Thom put it on her shield and it became so famous that she's called "Sir Alanna" and "The Lioness" almost interchangeably.


* NonActionBigBad: He is an old man with no combat ability aside paying for thugs. The real problem Beka has in dealing with him is solving the ReverseWhodunnit.



* EvenEvilHasStandards: Pearl is cruel and self-centered, but can't stand people who mistreat animals. She thinks that it's just bullying to hurt animals, since they can't speak up about it.
* FreudianExcuse: Averted. While it's implied that Pearl is from an abusive family, there's no hint of it justifying her present nastiness. The fact that she had them murdered later just adds to her notoriety.
* GoldTooth: Rather, pearl teeth. She has them magically transformed even though it's bad for her dental health.

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* EvenEvilHasStandards: Pearl is cruel and self-centered, but can't stand people who mistreat animals. animals (like Achoo the scent hound's previous handler). She thinks that it's just bullying cowardly to hurt animals, since they can't speak up tell anyone about it.
* FreudianExcuse: Averted. While it's It's implied that Pearl is from had an abusive family, there's no hint of father ("vicious old sot"), although in context it justifying her present nastiness. The fact that she had them murdered sounds more like Pearl [[EvilerThanThou out-eviled]] him, and later just adds to had him killed. It's only brought up as rumors, and how Pearl felt about her notoriety.
upbringing is never explored.
* GoldTooth: Rather, pearl teeth. She has them magically They're not replacements- they're her real teeth transformed even though it's bad magically. It's not very good for her dental health.health, though.



* PetTheDog: Subverted in that this doesn't hint at any secret good tendencies. She's still a very horrible person who happens to genuinely like dogs.

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* PetTheDog: Subverted in Literally, with Achoo. She really does like playing with the friendly dog, and her only moment of EvenEvilHasStandards is a comment that this doesn't hint at any secret good tendencies. She's still a very horrible person who happens to genuinely like dogs.animal abuse is cowardly as well as cruel.



* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: She will do this to anyone who works for her, anyone at all.

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* YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness: She will do this ''Nobody'' is safe once Pearl doesn't have an immediate reason to anyone who works for her, anyone at all.
keep them around.



* GenerationXerox: Averted. He's Alanna's ancestor, but he's a coward and a misogynist.

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* FallenHero: He was a good cop, once. Then he lost family members to the Sweating Sickness, and he collapsed like a house of cards when Pearl threatened his remaining loved ones.
* GenerationXerox: Averted. He's Alanna's ancestor, but he's a coward and spineless, misogynistic wimp who would shame his descendant Alanna with their relation.
* HeadInTheSandManagement: His approach to managing Pearl, in
a misogynist.nutshell.



* NotSoWellIntentionedExtremist: He justifies letting Pearl run rampant as not upsetting the balance of power in Port Caynn, but it's fairly obvious to everyone around him that he's just scared of Pearl's retribution against him, personally.



* WellIntentionedExtremist: Paints himself as one of these, trying to keep the peace in his city by not upsetting the status quo by going after the rogue. It's pretty obvious to everyone else, however, that he's just doing it because he's scared of Pearl's personal retribution against him.

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* {{Asexuality}}: She shows no real desire for sex, and after her first few romances fizzle out she realizes that she doesn't care much for romance either.

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* MovingTheGoalposts: He made Keladry do a probationary year and only barely let her return, and throughout the first two books he's continuously making things harder for her than the other pages in an attempt to prove her unworthy. The fact that she keeps succeeding eventually earns his respect, and he continues doing this to make her the best she can be.


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* PoliticallyMotivatedTeacher: He seems to spend half his time making sure the entire class knows his opinion on female knights and being forced to train Kel, and constantly works insults into her training. [[spoiler:Because he's so focused on her, [[DeconstructedTrope he neglects his other students]], letting Joren and Vinson get worse until they fail the Chamber of the Ordeal. Once he realizes this, he's deeply ashamed and resigns.]]


* RebelliousPrincess: Rebellious duke's daughter, anyway. It's [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]]; her passionate tendencies and rebellious nature, which would be useful if she were part of the rebellion, are a liability for the actual rebels because she draws attention to herself and upsets their plans. [[spoiler:Eventually she abandons the rebellion and the country itself to elope with a foreign prince]].

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* RebelliousPrincess: Rebellious duke's daughter, anyway. It's [[DeconstructedTrope deconstructed]]; her passionate tendencies and rebellious nature, which would be useful if she were part of the rebellion, are a liability for the actual rebels because she draws attention to herself and upsets their plans. [[spoiler:Eventually she abandons the rebellion and the country itself to elope with a foreign prince]]. She's an excellent rider who impresses suitors with her adventurous nature, used to train in swordplay, and is quite charming.



* SpiritedYoungLady: She's an excellent rider who impresses suitors with her adventurous nature, used to train in swordplay, and is quite charming.

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