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* FantasyCounterpartCulture: An England where the UsefulNotes/EnglishCivilWar resulted in a crushing of the king and the church is avowedly disbelieving in any gods; a France where the FrenchRevolution went on and on and many more.

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StephenHunt is a British author. He was born in Canada in the sixties and studied in the United Kingdom. He worked for a time managing the online services of a number of newspapers and journals, until he broke into writing in the 90's.

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StephenHunt Stephen Hunt is a British author. He was born in Canada in the sixties and studied in the United Kingdom. He worked for a time managing the online services of a number of newspapers and journals, until he broke into writing in the 90's.


StephenHunt is a British author. He was born in Canada in the sixties and studied in the United Kingdom. He worked for a time managing the online services of a number of newspapers and journal, until he broke into writing in the 90's.

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StephenHunt is a British author. He was born in Canada in the sixties and studied in the United Kingdom. He worked for a time managing the online services of a number of newspapers and journal, journals, until he broke into writing in the 90's.


StephenHunt is a British author (born in Canada). His SteamPunk series includes ''The Court Of The Air'', ''The Kingdom Beyond the Waves'', ''The Rise of the Iron Moon'', and ''Secrets of the Fire Sea''.

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StephenHunt is a British author (born author. He was born in Canada). Canada in the sixties and studied in the United Kingdom. He worked for a time managing the online services of a number of newspapers and journal, until he broke into writing in the 90's.

His SteamPunk series includes first works were short stories published in science fiction magazines. One of his stories, ''Hollow Duelists'', won the 1992 Proto-Stellar magazine prize for best short fiction story. Two years later he published his first book, ''For the Crown and the Dragon''. The book was instrumental in the creation of the fantasy sub-genre called Flintlock Fantasy, a cousin of steampunk that draws on themes and depictions of Napoleon and Georgian era aesthetics.

His second book,
''The Court Of The Air'', sparked the ''JackelianSeries'', a fantasy steampunk world with Hunt's unique flintlock aesthetic. Other books in the series are ''The Kingdom Beyond the Waves'', ''The Rise of the Iron Moon'', and ''Secrets of the Fire Sea''.Sea'', ''Jack Cloudie'' and ''From the Deep of the Dark''.

Other series written by him are the ''Sliding Void Sequence'' and the ''Far-called Sequence''. Hunt also runs the fansite ''SF Crowsnest'', which can be found [[http://sfcrowsnest.org.uk/ here.]]

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* {{Transflormation}}: A rather [[HumanResources grim]] form serves as a food source in ''The Court of the Air.''


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* DeathSeeker: Boxiron has shades of this at times.



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* EmpathicWeaponEmpathicWeapon: Several. Notably in the Court of the Air, a legendary Steaman weapon is shown to be sentient, and it seems that the others are as well.



* GambitPileup: The Secrets of the Fire Sea turns out to be based on one



* MechanicalLifeforms: The Steammen

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* MechanicalLifeforms: The SteammenSteammen were apparently created in the distant distant past as robotic servants, but are now fully sentient living beings, and have their own free state and government.



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* TalkingWeaponTalkingWeapon: Lord Wireburn



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* UtopiaJustifiesTheMeansUtopiaJustifiesTheMeans: a lot of major villains start out this way, but go careening off the slippery slope towards the end. It doesn't help that their ideas of utopia are often different from others peoples.


* 10MinuteRetirement: Jared Black. He just never gets to settle down even though he really wants to.

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* 10MinuteRetirement: TenMinuteRetirement: Jared Black. He just never gets to settle down even though he really wants to.

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* 10MinuteRetirement: Jared Black. He just never gets to settle down even though he really wants to.


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* ColdBloodedTortureColdBloodedTorture: Used to manipulate machines in ''The Court of the Air''



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* PowderKegCrowdPowderKegCrowd: The king is displayed for abuse to disarm it.


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* UnableToSupportAWife: Jethro, after ejection from the Circlist church.


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* RoyalBloodRoyalBlood: A very bad thing to have in the parliamentarian Kingdom of Jackals; royals are deliberately bred and kept around to be abused and vilified.

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