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* IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margret. [[spoiler: The tables are later turned when Hjar is put in the same position as a bargaining chip against Margret.

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* IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margret. [[spoiler: The tables are later turned when Hjar is put in the same position as a bargaining chip against Margret.]]



** [[spoiler: If it wasn't for Xander, Julius and his allies would've never learnt how to trap a dragons soul.]]

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** [[spoiler: If it wasn't for Xander, Julius and his allies the Thalmor would've never learnt how to trap a dragons soul.]]


** [[spoiler: Hircine for Hjar, as he gave her lycanthropy in order to make her a more effective hunter.]]
** [[spoiler: Nocturnal for L’laarzen as she needed the power of the Nightingales to defeat Mercer Frey after he crippled her a previous fight.]]
* TheDreaded: The Dragonborn. [[spoiler: Because of the sheer number of dragons he's killed, the rest of the Dov fear him, some even worrying he means to consume all of them for the sake of it.]] [[spoiler: DB later proves them wrong.]]



%%* IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margret. [[spoiler: The tables are later turned when Hjar is put in the same position as a bargaining chip against Margret.

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%%* * IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margret. [[spoiler: The tables are later turned when Hjar is put in the same position as a bargaining chip against Margret.



%%* OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret, [[spoiler:An imperial spy and a Forsworn]] and Elisif with Dulurza, [[spoiler:Dulurza intended to kill her]].

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%%* * OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret, [[spoiler:An imperial spy and a Forsworn]] and Elisif with Dulurza, [[spoiler:Dulurza intended to kill her]].


* ArmorIsUseless: Hjar to an extent. [[spoiler: Because of her ability to transform into a werewolf, any clothes she wears usually get shredded. Xander eventually enchants some for her that manage to stay in one piece after her transformations.]]



* BrokenPedestal: Julius Meteuse is charismatic, intelligent, powerful, everything Alexander wanted to be. [[spoiler: But he becomes a broken pedestal for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]



* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos. Her story in arc four and onwards revolves around fixing the mess she created.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar NiceJobBreakingItHero: Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos. Her story in arc four and onwards revolves around fixing the mess she created.]]



%%* NoodleIncident: Every time Alexanders childhood is brought up. "The Chicken Feathers Incident" is a recurring case.


** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and possibly the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, and even killing a dragon.]] Xander admits that Julius is good at everything he tries, and praises him as a genius.[[spoiler: This becomes a substantial problem when the heroes need to defeat him]].



* BadassNormal: In a world of magic and monsters you’d have to be pretty tough to take it on. Enter Alexander, with stunted magicka reserves, unremarkable strength and barely any combat experience. However, with his bravery and genius mind, he continuously takes on powerful foes and triumphs, such as a skeletal dragon in Labyrinthian, as well as [[spoiler:Morokei the dragon priest. He goes from nearly getting killed by a single bandit to taking on his older siblings and winning in the span of months.]]



* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Julius Meteuse is charismatic, intelligent, powerful, everything Alexander wanted to be. But he becomes a broken pedestal for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]

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* BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Julius Meteuse is charismatic, intelligent, powerful, everything Alexander wanted to be. [[spoiler: But he becomes a broken pedestal for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]



* ConflictingLoyalty: [[spoiler:This happens to Dulurza and Hjar, the former as she soon falls in love with Elisif the Fair (who she is meant to kill), and the latter as Hjar soon learns that the Forsworn she considers a family are at the behest of the Silver-Bloods, falling more in love with Margret, an Imperial spy.]]



** [[spoiler: Xander eventually becomes a 'conduit', able to channel the consciousness and power of a Daedric prince through himself. Shown off when he lets Azura temporarily take over his body, and the results are spectacular.]]



* GlassCannon: [[spoiler:Hjar can kick some serious ass, even when she's not in her werewolf form, but she does risk harming herself much more easily than the average human would with her Weakmarrow, which is basically brittle bones. For example, when she punches an orc in the face, she breaks her knuckles early in the story. Thankfully, transforming into a werewolf cures her accumulated damage, though it doesn't cure her condition. Xander later provides her with some flesh spells, allowing her to take more hits.]]



* ThirdPersonPerson: Like most Khajit, L’Laarzen speaks in third person, though she has switched into first on more than one occasion (often when it would make her sentence more dramatic).


** [[spoiler: The Dragonborn. Of course.]]



* AnArmAndALeg: Logrolf the Willful [[spoiler: gets his arm ripped off by Hjar in her werewolf form.]]
* ArmorIsUseless: Hjar to an extent. [[spoiler: Because of her ability to transform into a werewolf, any clothes she wears usually get shredded. Xander eventually enchants some for her that manage to stay in one piece after her transformations.]]



* DysfunctionJunction: Each and every one of the damn heroes.

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* TheDreaded: The Dragonborn. [[spoiler: Because of the sheer number of dragons he's killed, the rest of the Dov fear him, some even worrying he means to consume all of them for the sake of it.]] [[spoiler: DB later proves them wrong.]]
* DysfunctionJunction: Each and every one of the damn heroes.



* ImprovisedWeapon: Alexander does this with a staff, but instead of using it for a spell, he breaks it and releases the magic energies inside, killing a skeletal dragon via the explosion.

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* ImprovisedWeapon: Alexander does this with a staff, but instead of using it for a spell, he breaks it and releases the magic energies inside, killing a [[spoiler: skeletal dragon via the explosion.explosion]].



%%* NoodleIncident: Happened to Alexander when he was at the Synod, it somehow involved fish soup.
%%* OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret, [[spoiler:An imperial spy and a Forsworn]] and Elisif with Dulurza [[spoiler:the woman who intended to kill her]].

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%%* NoodleIncident: Happened to Alexander when he was at the Synod, it somehow involved fish soup.
Every time Alexanders childhood is brought up. "The Chicken Feathers Incident" is a recurring case.
%%* OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret, [[spoiler:An imperial spy and a Forsworn]] and Elisif with Dulurza [[spoiler:the woman who Dulurza, [[spoiler:Dulurza intended to kill her]].


* BrokenAce: [[spoiler: Julius becomes this for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]

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* BrokenAce: BrokenPedestal: [[spoiler: Julius Meteuse is charismatic, intelligent, powerful, everything Alexander wanted to be. But he becomes this a broken pedestal for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]


** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and possibly the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, also showcasing his swordplay skills.]] He also happens to be an expert negotiator, and is so blatantly powerful that [[spoiler:he singlehandedly kills a dragon with not much effort]].

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** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and possibly the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, also showcasing his swordplay skills.]] He also happens to be an expert negotiator, and is so blatantly powerful even killing a dragon.]] Xander admits that [[spoiler:he singlehandedly kills Julius is good at everything he tries, and praises him as a dragon with not much effort]].genius.[[spoiler: This becomes a substantial problem when the heroes need to defeat him]].



** Margret. [[spoiler:Whereas before she was just an ordinary imperial spy, she is revealed here to be a member of the Penitus Oculatus, the Emperor's personal security force. She proves that she earned that title by showcasing deadly skill with her blades.]]

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** Margret. [[spoiler:Whereas before she was just an ordinary imperial spy, she is revealed here to be a member of the Penitus Oculatus, the Emperor's personal security force. She proves that she earned that title by showcasing deadly skill with her blades.blades, even defeating a Dark Brotherhood assassin.]]



* BadassNormal: In a world of magic and monsters you’d have to be pretty tough to take it on, then there's Alexander. While he has practically no magicka, unremarkable strength and barely any combat experience, he continuously takes on powerful foes and triumphs, such as a skeletal dragon in Labyrinthian, as well as [[spoiler:a dragon priest. He eventually obtains the Staff of Magnus and after months of combat experience, he can even put up a decent fight against his very powerful siblings, defeating one of them on one occasion.]]

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* BadassNormal: In a world of magic and monsters you’d have to be pretty tough to take it on, then there's Alexander. While he has practically no magicka, on. Enter Alexander, with stunted magicka reserves, unremarkable strength and barely any combat experience, experience. However, with his bravery and genius mind, he continuously takes on powerful foes and triumphs, such as a skeletal dragon in Labyrinthian, as well as [[spoiler:a [[spoiler:Morokei the dragon priest. He eventually obtains goes from nearly getting killed by a single bandit to taking on his older siblings and winning in the Staff span of Magnus and after months of combat experience, he can even put up a decent fight against his very powerful siblings, defeating one of them on one occasion.months.]]



* BrokenAce: [[spoiler: Julius becomes this for Xander after he reveals his true plans of destroying Mundus, as well as poisoning his friends. After Xander finds his resolve, he faces his older brother in battle.]]



** He tricked his way into the College of Winterhold by mere sleight of hand. [[spoiler:with the aid of a scroll bracer in his robes which he uses to ‘cast’ spells, akin to a wrist gun. He later upgrades it to hold 3 scrolls.]]

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** He tricked his way into the College of Winterhold by mere sleight of hand. [[spoiler:with the aid of a scroll bracer in his robes which he uses to ‘cast’ spells, akin to a wrist gun. He later upgrades it to hold 3 scrolls.scrolls, and further upgrades it to support quickly equipping scroll magazines.]]



** [[spoiler: Nocturnal for L’laarzen as she needed the power of the Nightingales to defeat Mercer as he betrayed the guild, Nocturnal herself and most dangerously of all, L’laarzen.]]

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** [[spoiler: Nocturnal for L’laarzen as she needed the power of the Nightingales to defeat Mercer as Frey after he betrayed crippled her a previous fight.]]
** [[spoiler: Xander eventually becomes a 'conduit', able to channel
the guild, Nocturnal herself consciousness and most dangerously power of all, L’laarzen.a Daedric prince through himself. Shown off when he lets Azura temporarily take over his body, and the results are spectacular.]]



* GlassCannon: [[spoiler:Hjar can kick some serious butt, even when she's not in her werewolf form, but she does risk harming herself much more easily than the average human would with her Weakmarrow, which is basically brittle bone syndrome. For example, when she punches an orc in the face, she breaks her knuckles early in the story. Thankfully, transforming into a werewolf cures her damage, though it doesn't cure her condition. Xander later provides her with some flesh spells, allowing her to take more hits.]]

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* GlassCannon: [[spoiler:Hjar can kick some serious butt, ass, even when she's not in her werewolf form, but she does risk harming herself much more easily than the average human would with her Weakmarrow, which is basically brittle bone syndrome.bones. For example, when she punches an orc in the face, she breaks her knuckles early in the story. Thankfully, transforming into a werewolf cures her accumulated damage, though it doesn't cure her condition. Xander later provides her with some flesh spells, allowing her to take more hits.]]



%%* IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margaret.

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%%* IHaveYourWife: While no one's wife, this is what the Silver-Bloods do to Margaret.Margret. [[spoiler: The tables are later turned when Hjar is put in the same position as a bargaining chip against Margret.



* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos. Her story in arc 4 onwards revolves around fixing the mess she created.]]

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* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos. Her story in arc 4 four and onwards revolves around fixing the mess she created.]]
** [[spoiler: If it wasn't for Xander, Julius and his allies would've never learnt how to trap a dragons soul.
]]



* TimeStandsStill: Whenever the Psijic order shows up to speak with Alexander. [[spoiler:It doesn't work on Daedra though.]]

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* TimeStandsStill: Whenever the Psijic order shows up to speak with Alexander. [[spoiler:It doesn't work on Daedra though.]] [[spoiler: Julius also figures out how to make himself immune to it within minutes.]]


** Marget. [[spoiler:Whereas before she was just an ordinary imperial spy, she is revealed here to be a member of the Penitus Oculatus, the Emperor's personal security force. She proves that she earned that title by showcasing deadly skill with her blades.]]

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** Marget.Margret. [[spoiler:Whereas before she was just an ordinary imperial spy, she is revealed here to be a member of the Penitus Oculatus, the Emperor's personal security force. She proves that she earned that title by showcasing deadly skill with her blades.]]


* AdaptationExpansion: Arguably the whole point of the fanfiction. Several in-game characters get far more development and personality than they do in game through the authors writing, such as [[spoiler: Sybille Stentor, Savos Aren, Mercer Frey, Vendil Ulen and even the Emperor Titus Mede II, to name a few.]]
* AdaptationalBadass: Savos Aren. While his game counterpart [[spoiler:is uncermoniously killed by Ancano once the latter links with the Eye of Magnus, this version actually holds his own for a little while, and after dying plays a crucial role by slowing down the expansion of Ancano's barrier, giving Xander time to complete his mission.]]
** Marget. [[spoiler:Whereas before she was just an ordinary imperial spy, she is revealed here to be a member of the Penitus Oculatus, the Emperor's personal security force. She proves that she earned that title by showcasing deadly skill with her blades.]]



* BadassNormal: In a world of magic and monsters you’d have to be pretty tough to take it on, then there's Alexander. While he has practically no magicka, unremarkable strength and barely any combat experience, he continuously takes on powerful foes and triumphs, such as a skeletal dragon in Labyrinthian, as well as a dragon priest.

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* BadassNormal: In a world of magic and monsters you’d have to be pretty tough to take it on, then there's Alexander. While he has practically no magicka, unremarkable strength and barely any combat experience, he continuously takes on powerful foes and triumphs, such as a skeletal dragon in Labyrinthian, as well as a [[spoiler:a dragon priest.priest. He eventually obtains the Staff of Magnus and after months of combat experience, he can even put up a decent fight against his very powerful siblings, defeating one of them on one occasion.]]



* BunnyEarsLawyer: While Alexander is lacking in magic, his intelligence has made him more effective than some mages. By sheer intelligence alone he has been able to best foes.

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* BunnyEarsLawyer: While Alexander is lacking in magic, his intelligence has made him more effective than some mages. By sheer intelligence alone (and some luck), he has been able to best foes.foes far more powerful than himeslf.


* AlwaysSomeoneBetter: Dulurza to Borkagh, her older sister. For the greater part of a year before the story, Dulurza has been beating her in spars on the regular, leading to her father Larak choosing her over Borkagh. [[spoiler:It's more even when Borkagh acquires Volendrung.]]
** Also how Xander sees [[spoiler:Julius, telling the latter as much when he is beaten in a duel by his older brother.]]



* WretchedHive:The Ratway is filled with nothing but thieves and thugs, though Riften isn't much better with Maven Black-Briar in charge, as said thieves and thugs operate pretty much in the open.

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* WretchedHive:The Ratway is filled with nothing but thieves and thugs, though Riften in general isn't much better with Maven Black-Briar in charge, as said thieves and thugs operate pretty much in the open.open.
** To a lesser extent, Markarth, with Forsworn attacking people in the streets and the Silver-Bloods owning half the guard force.


** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and by far the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, also showcasing his swordplay skills.]] He also happens to be an expert negotiator, and is so blatantly powerful that [[spoiler:he singlehandedly kills a dragon with not much effort]].

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** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and by far possibly the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, also showcasing his swordplay skills.]] He also happens to be an expert negotiator, and is so blatantly powerful that [[spoiler:he singlehandedly kills a dragon with not much effort]].

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* TheAce: Xander's siblings at the fields they chose to specialise in.
** Cassia Meteuse, despite her young age and reckless tendencies, is an incredibly powerful destruction and restoration mage, capable of both blasting apart hoards of undead in seconds and healing the fatally wounded in mere days.
** Octavia Meteuse is an exceptional spy, and a master of conjuration and illusion. She primarily fights with deadly bound weapons and has mastered illusion to such a degree that she can both be invisible and muffled, and control someone's mind via direct physical contact.
** Julius Meteuse is the oldest of Xander's siblings and by far the most impressive. Skilled in all fields of magic, but specialised in one school, Alteration, he shows off his talents by easily [[spoiler:defeating Xander in a duel, also showcasing his swordplay skills.]] He also happens to be an expert negotiator, and is so blatantly powerful that [[spoiler:he singlehandedly kills a dragon with not much effort]].

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** Dulurza sets out with a simple quest. To kill the Jarl of Solitude. However, [[spoiler:she ends up falling in love with Elisif as she spends more time 'in her service', and decides she can't go on with her fathers plans.]]
** L'laarzen appears to be a normal, law abiding citizen who just wants to cut hair... even though she's an incredibly skilled thief. [[spoiler:It turns out that L'laarzen is actually an ex-member of the Morag Tong, a deadly group of assassins and she came to Skyrim in an attempt to outrun her past.]]


* ScrewThisImOuttaHere!: A guard says this right before a fight as guards on the Silver-Blood payroll are about to attempt to kill Hjar. Also attempted by Alexander when Nelecar tells him Azura's Star is in a den of crazy necromancer wziards.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere!: A guard says this right before a fight as guards on the Silver-Blood payroll are about to attempt to kill Hjar. Also attempted by Alexander when Nelecar tells him Azura's Star is in a den of crazy necromancer wziards.necromancers.


* ConflictingLoyalty: [[spoiler:This happens to Dulurza and Hjar, the former as she soons falls in love with Elisif the fair, and the latter as Hjar soon learns that the Forsworn she considered a family were at the behest of the Silver-Bloods, falling more in love with Margret, an Imperial spy.]]

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* ConflictingLoyalty: [[spoiler:This happens to Dulurza and Hjar, the former as she soons soon falls in love with Elisif the fair, Fair (who she is meant to kill), and the latter as Hjar soon learns that the Forsworn she considered considers a family were are at the behest of the Silver-Bloods, falling more in love with Margret, an Imperial spy.]]



** Hircine for Hjar, as he gave her lycanthropy in order to make her a more effective hunter.

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** [[spoiler: Hircine for Hjar, as he gave her lycanthropy in order to make her a more effective hunter.]]



* FateWorseThanDeath: Subverted [[spoiler: While Elisif and everyone save for Wolf Queen Potema and the traitors Sybille and Ahtar, don’t want the High Queen of Skyrim's soul to be fused with a evil necromancer, the only way so far to free her from this fate is the usage of Dawnbreaker, as in to kill the mortal body and smite the spirit. No one wishes that either, though as time goes on, and Elisif loses control of her body and becomes a prisoner in her own mind she might of wished taking the easy way out.]]
* GlassCannon: [[spoiler:Hjar can kick some serious butt, even when she's not in her werewolf form. Still, she does risk harming herself much more easily than the average human would with her Weakmarrow, which is basically brittle bone syndrome. Such as when she punched an orc in the face she ended up breaking her knuckles. Luckily as stated before when ever she transforms into a werewolf all wounds are healed though her condition is not cured.]]
* HiddenDepths: Each one of the characters are complex beings, while Alexander wishes to become a god, it's not hard to see this stems from being a muggle in a family of EXTREMELY powerful mages, for L’Laarzen its running from her past, Hjar wishes to find her family [[spoiler: which she does, in a way with Margret]], and Dulurza finds that she can't go through with her fathers plans.

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* FateWorseThanDeath: Subverted [[spoiler: While Elisif and everyone save for Wolf Queen Potema and Through the traitors scheming of Sybille Stentor, Elisif ends up partially possessed by Potema the Wolf Queen's spirit, which gradually asserts more dominance and Ahtar, don’t want the High Queen of Skyrim's soul even takes over her body on occasion. Dulurza attempts to be fused with a evil necromancer, free her using Dawnbreaker, but learns that the only way so far to free her from do this fate is the usage of Dawnbreaker, by killing Elisif, which nobody wants. Ultimately subverted as in to kill the mortal body and smite the spirit. No one wishes that either, though as time goes on, Potema and Elisif loses come to an understanding that allows Elisif to maintain control of while Potema assists her body and becomes a prisoner in her own mind she might of wished taking the easy way out.sometimes.]]
* GlassCannon: [[spoiler:Hjar can kick some serious butt, even when she's not in her werewolf form. Still, form, but she does risk harming herself much more easily than the average human would with her Weakmarrow, which is basically brittle bone syndrome. Such as For example, when she punched punches an orc in the face face, she ended up breaking breaks her knuckles. Luckily as stated before when ever she transforms knuckles early in the story. Thankfully, transforming into a werewolf all wounds are healed cures her damage, though it doesn't cure her condition is not cured.condition. Xander later provides her with some flesh spells, allowing her to take more hits.]]
* HiddenDepths: Each Every main character has a lot of emotional depth to them which is slowly revealed through the story.
** Xander is a genius trickster wracked with insecurities about nearly every aspect of his life. Seeing what his siblings can do, this isn't surprising.
** Hjar ends up suffering several identity crisis', when [[spoiler:the Forsworn, the family she came to reunite with, turn out to be far more malicious than she imagined, though the Silver-Bloods and the Jarl are equally as in the wrong, at least in her eyes.]] She ends up resolving at least
one of the characters are complex beings, while Alexander wishes to become a god, it's not hard to see this stems from being a muggle crisis' by [[spoiler:simply killing every faction leader in a family of EXTREMELY powerful mages, for L’Laarzen its running from her past, Hjar wishes to find her family [[spoiler: which she does, in a way with Margret]], and Dulurza finds that she can't go through with her fathers plans.the hold.]]



* ImprovisedWeapon: Alexander does this with a staff, but instead of using it for a spell, he breaks it and releases the magic energies inside, killing a skeleton dragon via the explosion.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos]]

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* ImprovisedWeapon: Alexander does this with a staff, but instead of using it for a spell, he breaks it and releases the magic energies inside, killing a skeleton skeletal dragon via the explosion.
* NiceJobBreakingItHero:Hjar does this to the [[spoiler:Reach when she kills the Jarl, Madanach, and Thonar, pretty much leaving each of the factions leaderless and the region in chaos]]chaos. Her story in arc 4 onwards revolves around fixing the mess she created.]]



%%* OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret and Dulurza with Elisif.
* SharingaBody: What’s happening to [[spoiler: Elisif, as she became possessed by Potema. Her court mage Sybille commanded necromancers to resurrect Potema's spirit so she could be placed in Elisif and then bound, allowing Sybille to control Elisif like a puppet.]]

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%%* OddFriendship: Two examples among the main cast, Hjar with Margret Margret, [[spoiler:An imperial spy and a Forsworn]] and Elisif with Dulurza with Elisif.
[[spoiler:the woman who intended to kill her]].
* SharingaBody: What’s happening to [[spoiler: Elisif, as she became becomes possessed by Potema. Her court mage Sybille commanded necromancers to resurrect Potema's spirit so she could be placed in Elisif and then bound, allowing Sybille to control Elisif like a puppet.]] It didn't work, but had unintended side effects]].



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere!: A guard says this right before a fight as guards on the Silver-Blood payroll are about to attempt to kill Hjar.

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* ScrewThisImOuttaHere!: A guard says this right before a fight as guards on the Silver-Blood payroll are about to attempt to kill Hjar. Also attempted by Alexander when Nelecar tells him Azura's Star is in a den of crazy necromancer wziards.

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