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* TheNeedsOfTheMany: In ''MIDDLEGAME'', Roger realizes to his horror that although he and Dodger can change the timeline, there are some awful things they ‘’must’’ leave intact in order to have any chance of preventing the BigBad from remaking the world in his image. This includes tragedies from the death of their strongest ally’s brother (if the bad guys hadn’t callously used him as cannon fodder, she would’ve never had her HeelFaceTurn; she knows he has to stay dead for the greater good and is incredibly bitter about it) to an earthquake that kills thousands.

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* TheNeedsOfTheMany: In ''MIDDLEGAME'', ''Middlegame'', Roger realizes to his horror that although he and Dodger can change the timeline, there are some awful things they ‘’must’’ leave intact in order to have any chance of preventing the BigBad from remaking the world in his image. This includes tragedies from the death of their strongest ally’s brother (if the bad guys hadn’t callously used him as cannon fodder, she would’ve never had her HeelFaceTurn; she knows he has to stay dead for the greater good and is incredibly bitter about it) to an earthquake that kills thousands.



* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: For alchemy reasons, the incarnations' names in ''MIDDLEGAME'' have to rhyme. Sometimes you get Kim and Tim. Sometimes you get Roger and Dodger. Actually enforced in Dodger's case; there's a clause in her adoption paperwork that prevented her parents from changing her name.

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* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: For alchemy reasons, the incarnations' names in ''MIDDLEGAME'' ''Middlegame'' have to rhyme. Sometimes you get Kim and Tim. Sometimes you get Roger and Dodger. Actually enforced in Dodger's case; there's a clause in her adoption paperwork that prevented her parents from changing her name.name.
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* ''MIDDLEGAME'' (2019)

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* ''MIDDLEGAME'' ''Middlegame'' (2019)



* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}:Echo'' (2019)

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* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}:Echo'' ''Franchise/{{Alien}}: Echo'' (2019)





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* ''Over the Woodward Wall'' (2020)

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** ''Literature/ComeTumblingDown'' (2019)




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* TheNeedsOfTheMany: In ''MIDDLEGAME'', Roger realizes to his horror that although he and Dodger can change the timeline, there are some awful things they ‘’must’’ leave intact in order to have any chance of preventing the BigBad from remaking the world in his image. This includes tragedies from the death of their strongest ally’s brother (if the bad guys hadn’t callously used him as cannon fodder, she would’ve never had her HeelFaceTurn; she knows he has to stay dead for the greater good and is incredibly bitter about it) to an earthquake that kills thousands.



* WellIntentionedExtremist: To the point of being a VillainProtagonist, [[spoiler: the main character of ''Kingdom of Needle and Bone'' breeds a super-measles strain that permanently destroys infectees' abilities to be vaccinated, assuming they even survive, in order to convince the world of the seriousness of maintaining herd immunity. The initial outbreak alone kills ten million, including ''her own niece''.]]

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* WellIntentionedExtremist: To the point of being a VillainProtagonist, [[spoiler: the main character of ''Kingdom of Needle and Bone'' breeds a super-measles strain that permanently destroys infectees' abilities to be vaccinated, assuming they even survive, in order to convince the world of the seriousness of maintaining herd immunity. The initial outbreak alone kills ten million, including ''her own niece''.]]]]
* WhoNamesTheirKidDude: For alchemy reasons, the incarnations' names in ''MIDDLEGAME'' have to rhyme. Sometimes you get Kim and Tim. Sometimes you get Roger and Dodger. Actually enforced in Dodger's case; there's a clause in her adoption paperwork that prevented her parents from changing her name.

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* AuthorAppeal: Virology, infectious diseases, and herpetology.


* ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen: Ghost Spider'' (2018 -- present)

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* ''ComicBook/SpiderGwen: Ghost Spider'' (2018 -- 2019)
* ''ComicBook/GhostSpider2019'' (2019 --
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* ''MIDDLEGAME'' (2019)



* ''MIDDLEGAME'' (2019)

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* ''MIDDLEGAME'' (2019)




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* ''MIDDLEGAME'' (2019)


* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}:Echo'' (2019) (as Mira Grant)

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* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}:Echo'' (2019) (as Mira Grant)
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* ''Franchise/{{Alien}}:Echo'' (2019) (as Mira Grant)


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* PromotedFangirl: She's a major fan of the ''Franchise/{{Alien}}'' franchise and its {{Final Girl}}s, and got to write ''Alien:Echo'', a young adult novel set in the universe.



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* ''Kingdom of Needle and Bone'' (2018)



* {{Tuckerization}}: The author likes to toss in her good friends, but also has sold Tuckerization appearances in her books for charity.

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* {{Tuckerization}}: The author likes to toss in her good friends, but also has sold Tuckerization appearances in her books for charity.charity.
* WellIntentionedExtremist: To the point of being a VillainProtagonist, [[spoiler: the main character of ''Kingdom of Needle and Bone'' breeds a super-measles strain that permanently destroys infectees' abilities to be vaccinated, assuming they even survive, in order to convince the world of the seriousness of maintaining herd immunity. The initial outbreak alone kills ten million, including ''her own niece''.]]


** Literature/GhostStories has Rose.
** Literature/OctoberDaye has Toby, the Luidaeg, and several others

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** Literature/GhostStories Literature/GhostRoads has Rose.
** Literature/OctoberDaye has Toby, the Luidaeg, and several othersothers.


* ''Literature/InCryptid'' series (2012 -- 2018)

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* ''Literature/InCryptid'' series (2012 -- 2018)present)

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** ''Literature/BeneathTheSugarSky'' (2018)
** ''Literature/InAnAbsentDream'' (2019)

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