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The NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a GambitRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's, is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.

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The NaNoWriMo UsefulNotes/NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a GambitRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's, is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.


The NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a GambitRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.

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The NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a GambitRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's Tadron's, is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.


The NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a XanatosRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.

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The NaNoWriMo novel for 2010 by VVK, still needing some serious finishing touches. The plot revolves around a {{reconstruction}} or {{deconstruction}} or [[DeconReconSwitch both]] of the trope StandardHeroReward. When an old king, cunning going on senile, decides to actually reward the passing BarbarianHero this way as part of a XanatosRoulette GambitRoulette meant to wrest power back from the court advisors and politicians to the royal family, his court is thrown into a chaos of plotting, and just about everyone is equally clueless about how to deal with the situation -- certainly including Tadron, the hero, himself. Assumed an ignorant barbarian by everyone, Tadron soon demonstrates considerable HiddenDepths that might actually enable him to survive the situation, in spite of the constant plotting to oust him by Court Chancellor Visconi, who's not keen on giving up his position as the ''de facto'' ruler. But it turns out there is a perhaps even greater threat out there -- Neidzel, a jealous old rival of Tadron's is disinclined to let him have a kingdom so easily, and prepares to take it for himself by means he considers more appropriate for acquiring the crown: war.

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