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*** GreenEyes: Signify both her supernatural origins and her unusual liveliness and animation.

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*** CulturedWarrior: Carries a book of poetry that gives you perks if you quote it during battle, and is hinted to be the thing that kept him from crossing the DespairEventHorizon after being discharged from the military. Lose it, and you are a million times more susceptible to the City-Killers.

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*** PermaStubble: Has this, to illustrate his badassery.

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*** PrincessClassic: Subverts and deconstructs this trope by having the pure, innocent princess in the PimpedOutDress be [[spoiler: a Frankenstein-like creature sewed together out of both male and female bodies. Not to mention the psychic powers.]]

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*** PluckyGirl: Falls somewhere between this and NaiveEverygirl, above.


*** NaiveEverygirl: In personality, tends towards this trope. She is inherently lively, loyal, and kind. The "naive" part mostly comes from her [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent amnesia]], but the fact that she is incapable of depression, ennui, or [[HeroicBSOD]]s makes it hard for her to understand human suffering.

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*** NaiveEverygirl: In personality, tends towards this trope. She is inherently lively, loyal, and kind. The "naive" part mostly comes from her [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent amnesia]], but the fact that she is incapable of depression, ennui, or [[HeroicBSOD]]s {{Heroic BSOD}}s makes it hard for her to understand human suffering.


*** NaiveEverygirl: In personality, tends towards this trope. She is inherently lively, loyal, and kind. The "naive" part mostly comes from her [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent amnesia]], but the fact that she is incapable of depression, ennui, or HeroicBSODs makes it hard for her to understand human suffering.

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*** NaiveEverygirl: In personality, tends towards this trope. She is inherently lively, loyal, and kind. The "naive" part mostly comes from her [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent amnesia]], but the fact that she is incapable of depression, ennui, or HeroicBSODs [[HeroicBSOD]]s makes it hard for her to understand human suffering.

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*** NaiveEverygirl: In personality, tends towards this trope. She is inherently lively, loyal, and kind. The "naive" part mostly comes from her [[AmnesiacsAreInnocent amnesia]], but the fact that she is incapable of depression, ennui, or HeroicBSODs makes it hard for her to understand human suffering.

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*** RapunzelHair: Has this, as befitting her [[EverythingsBetterWithPrincesses princess motif.]]


*** SealedGoodInACan: The City-Spirit "sealed" away Miss Frank, the only being capable of destroying him, by removing her memories and taking her in as a pet. It's Felix's job to unseal her.

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*** SealedGoodInACan: The City-Spirit "sealed" away Miss Frank, the only being capable of destroying him, by removing her memories and taking her in as a pet.pet, with the goal of turning her to his side. It's Felix's job to unseal her.


*** ManicPixieDreamGirl: [[ExploitedTrope exploited]] by her creators; she is designed to be one for ''the entire City.''

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*** ManicPixieDreamGirl: [[ExploitedTrope exploited]] Exploited]] by her creators; she is designed to be one for ''the entire City.''


*** ManicPixieDreamGirl: [[ExploitedTrop exploited]] by her creators; she is designed to be one for ''the entire City.''

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*** ManicPixieDreamGirl: [[ExploitedTrop [[ExploitedTrope exploited]] by her creators; she is designed to be one for ''the entire City.''

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*** ManicPixieDreamGirl: [[ExploitedTrop exploited]] by her creators; she is designed to be one for ''the entire City.''

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*** SealedGoodInACan: The City-Spirit "sealed" away Miss Frank, the only being capable of destroying him, by removing her memories and taking her in as a pet. It's Felix's job to unseal her.

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