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* CrazyAwesome: Thavian. He does stuff like fake a limp to make his entrance ''that much cooler'', summon a whiskey bottle out of thin air, make a rapidly-disintegrating copy of himself to tell in innkeep that he'll be arriving shortly, wears objectively too many rings, yet still manages to be effective and intimidating by being evil through his own ridiculousness.



* EvilIsCool: Thavian is constantly shown with tremendous powers, an eccentric personality and can snap on a whim. He can make anything out of smoke or gases. He's a KnifeNut, and can even ''burn himself to dust in the middle in a goddamn fireplace,'' eyes melting and all, and emerge from the chimney is a trail of smoke [[EvilLaugh laughing maniacally.]]
* EvilMinions:[[OurOrcsAreDifferent The Stonewights]]

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* EvilIsCool: Thavian is constantly shown with tremendous powers, an eccentric personality and can snap on a whim. He can make anything out of smoke or gases. He's a KnifeNut, and can even ''burn himself to dust in the middle in a goddamn fireplace,'' eyes melting and all, and emerge from the chimney is a trail of smoke [[EvilLaugh laughing maniacally.]]
* EvilMinions:[[OurOrcsAreDifferent The Stonewights]]Stonewights]].



** Additionally, when Cinder sees a Shift for the first time, it is while [[spoiler: she, Orym and Azoc are in the middle of a forest that is in the process of turning into a mountain.

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** Additionally, when Cinder sees a Shift for the first time, it is while [[spoiler: she, Orym and Azoc are in the middle of a forest that is in the process of turning into a mountain. mountain]].



* WickedStepmother: Phira treats Cinder and Azoc like workers and threatens to kill Cinder after Benn is abducted.

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* WickedStepmother: Phira treats Cinder and Azoc like workers and threatens to kill Cinder after Benn is abducted.abducted.
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* CoolSword: Cinder gets a blade that's made out of enchanted ice that can freeze people. She's also nicknamed Orym's sword the giant's dagger.
* ElementalPowers: Everything in the Ever-Changing Land has some level of control over the element that they are. Even Cinder has the ability to control wood.

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* CoolSword: Cinder gets a blade that's made out of enchanted ice that can freeze people. She's also nicknamed Orym's
**Orym has his own
sword that has a red-eyed wolf at the giant's dagger.
pommel. When Cinder first saw it, she thinks its looking at her, and when Orym begins to use it, she thinks its alive.
* ElementalPowers: Everything in the Ever-Changing Land has some level of control over the element that they are. Even Cinder Cinder, who is only a quarter Woodenwight (her mother being a Nymph--a combination of human and Woodenwight) has the ability to control wood.


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* ICallItVera: It is revealed in the longest CrypticConversation to date in the series, that Orym named his wolfsword Sharpwand because he wasn't very good with names.


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* OhCrap: Cinder, multiple times throughout the story. Most notably when she's whining about having to go into the Ever-Changing Land, and is interrupted by the Traveling Dark knocking on her front door.
** Additionally, when Cinder sees a Shift for the first time, it is while [[spoiler: she, Orym and Azoc are in the middle of a forest that is in the process of turning into a mountain.

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* EvilSorcerer: Thavian. He abducts and infants, threatens to kill anyone, loves making people afraid and generally seems to have a fun time sowing chaos.

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* EvilIsCool: Thavian is constantly shown with tremendous powers, an eccentric personality and can snap on a whim. He can make anything out of smoke or gases. He's a KnifeNut, and can even ''burn himself to dust in the middle in a goddamn fireplace,'' eyes melting and all, and emerge from the chimney is a trail of smoke [[EvilLaugh laughing maniacally.]]

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* DramaticWind: No matter what they're running from, where they're running, or what is chasing them, the author always seems to want some line in the vein of "Their cloaks snapped in the wind like war-banners."


* TheFairFolk: The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own thrown by its branches, forcing her to move the branches of her throne in order to make any movement at all.

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* TheFairFolk: The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own thrown throne by its branches, branches weaving through her body, forcing her to move the branches of her throne in order with her mind if she wants to make any movement move at all.all. Cinder notes that she can't really tell if the Forest Queen is doing anything of her own accord, or whether her actions are manipulated by something more Fae.


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"Blending epic fantasy and fairy tales like you’ve never seen it before!"


''[[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com/about-2/ Ash and Cinders - An Epic Fairy Tale]]'' by Connor M. Perry is a Epic Fantasy/Fairy Tale WebSerialNovel
that go in follows the Main namespace are tropes half-Nymph Cinder, her brother Azoc, and should be created [[MentorArchetype their mentor]] as they race through the YKTTW system. Don't put [[AlienGeometries Ever-Changing Land]] to rescue their half-brother from the Wizard that's abducted him.


The series is still
in redirects progress and has been updating once every Wednesday since March, 2016.




[[folder: The series contains the following tropes]]
* AlienGeometries: The world these people live in is called the Ever-Changing Land, and as the name suggests, it does so on a whim. It seems that animals come and go with the changes, but the shifts have little regard
for shows, books, etc.. Use humans. A forest even turned into a mountain while the right namespace trio were going through it.
* AndIMustScream: In its EstablishingCharacterMoment, the Rock Lord hammers a disobedient underling into a brutish sword while it still lives. This is apparently how the Rock Lord fashions all weapons
for those.the Stonewights.
** The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own throne by its branches weaving through her body, forcing her to move the branches of her throne with her mind if she wants to move at all. Cinder notes that she can't really tell if the Forest Queen is doing anything of her own accord, or whether her actions are manipulated by something more Fae.
* AntiMagic: Wizards have the ability to stop the Ever-Changing Land from changing in certain areas.
* BadBoss: The Rock Lord, for turning his own henchman into a sword while said henchman was still alive. [[KickTheDog Just to prove how really evil he is.]]
* BeginnersLuck: When facing the Traveling Dark - creatures that disabled her brother and gave Orym a run for his money, Cinder trips and accidentally wills a burning branch to impale them when she throws up her hand to shield herself.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Cinder first stands up for herself when she [[spoiler:[[TakingYouwithMe threatens to kill the Forest Queen and the rest of her kingdom]] if they refuse to give her her brother back.]]
* BlessedWithSuck: Cinder and Azoc just go from one horrible situation to the next. From their mother straight up being used for firewood, to an WickedStepmother, to various creatures across the land that want to kill them.
** Azoc gets it even worse. Not only does he endure all that, but [[spoiler: once he gets the Rot, he can't touch anyone directly without burning them from the inside out. This is a bit of a trade off, however, as now nothing can kill Azoc but the Rot.]]
* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: The Traveling Dark - three siblings of literal darkness, show up at Cinder's home and chase them onto [[FetchQuest the quest.]]
* CrazyAwesome: Thavian. He does stuff like fake a limp to make his entrance ''that much cooler'', summon a whiskey bottle out of thin air, make a rapidly-disintegrating copy of himself to tell in innkeep that he'll be arriving shortly, wears objectively too many rings, yet still manages to be effective and intimidating by being evil through his own ridiculousness.
* CrypticConversation: Literally every single time Orym and Thavian get page time together. [[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com//2016/07/13/13-the-confrontation/ There's even an entire chapter devoted to one of them.]]
* CoolSword: Cinder gets a blade that's made out of enchanted ice that can freeze people. She's also nicknamed Orym's sword the giant's dagger.
* ElementalPowers: Everything in the Ever-Changing Land has some level of control over the element that they are. Even Cinder has the ability to control wood.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Thavian's first appearance is like the fantasy equivalent of Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka. He noticeably limps across a frozen river, and once he's got everyone's attention, he throws his wolfskin cloak and staff aside, and the first thing he does is "a wordless, gleeful cry" before conjuring up a whiskey bottle.
** The Rock Lord, in its first appearance, is given a descriptions similar to the Great Goblin in the Hobbit. Its first act in the story is to grab a Stonewight by the throat and [[AndIMustScream hammer him alive]] into a brutish sword. Turns out, that's where all its EvilMinions get their weapons.
* EvilMinions:[[OurOrcsAreDifferent The Stonewights]]
* TheFairFolk: The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own thrown by its branches, forcing her to move the branches of her throne in order to make any movement at all.
* FetchQuest: The main plot to chase Thavian and bring Benn home.
* ForbiddenZone: The Ever-Changing Land. [[CalltoAdventure but that didn't exactly stop the trio]]
* KnifeNut: Thavian has yet to be seen with any less than six knives looped through his belt. He's quite fond of using them for intimidation.
* MacGuffin: So far there's been no established reason as to why Thavian wants Benn specifically, but the baby seems to be of some great importance anyway.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: In between trying to catch Thavian, the trio tangles with Rock Lords, Forest Queens and all the messes that Thavian leaves in his wake.
* NominalImportance: The only unnamed person who has survived has been the Forest Queen, and she at least had a title.
* OurOrcsAreDifferent: Though not specifically called Orcs, the Stonewights show few signs of intelligence, and tend to kill indiscriminately.
* PowerAtAPrice: It's heavily implied that being a Wizard has some horrible side effects/cost during the CrypticConversation between Thavian and Orym at Gabrien's inn.
* RetiredBadass: Orym, at the beginning. He was living a quiet life as a lovable lunatic in the Smallwood due to an as-yet unexplained event that made him decide to give up being a Wizard.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Cinder and Azoc's mother was killed before the story even starts. As if being orphaned wasn't bad enough, Cinder later discovered her mother, a Nymph, ''was going to be used for firewood''. Her death breeds animosity between Cinder/Azoc and their WickedStepmother Phira.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: In this case, they used to be brothers. [[spoiler:Orym and Thavian]] are both Wizards, both trained under the same master, and are brothers. For some as-yet unspecified reason, had a falling-out that's led to two known nearly-lethal encounters.
* WickedStepmother: Phira treats Cinder and Azoc like workers and threatens to kill Cinder after Benn is abducted.


[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ash_and_cinders_90.jpg]]


"Blending epic fantasy and fairy tales like you’ve never seen it before!"


''[[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com/about-2/ Ash and Cinders - An Epic Fairy Tale]]'' by Connor M. Perry is a Epic Fantasy/Fairy Tale WebSerialNovel that follows the half-Nymph Cinder, her brother Azoc, and [[MentorArchetype their mentor]] as they race through the [[AlienGeometries Ever-Changing Land]] to rescue their half-brother from the Wizard that's abducted him.


The series is still in progress and has been updating once every Wednesday since March, 2016.




[[folder: The series contains the following tropes]]
* AlienGeometries: The world these people live in is called the Ever-Changing Land, and as the name suggests, it does so on a whim. It seems that animals come and go with the changes, but the shifts have little regard for humans. A forest even turned into a mountain while the trio were going through it.
* AndIMustScream: In its EstablishingCharacterMoment, the Rock Lord hammers a disobedient underling into a brutish sword while it still lives. This is apparently how the Rock Lord fashions all weapons for the Stonewights.
** The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own throne by its branches weaving through her body, forcing her to move the branches of her throne with her mind if she wants to move at all. Cinder notes that she can't really tell if the Forest Queen is doing anything of her own accord, or whether her actions are manipulated by something more Fae.
* AntiMagic: Wizards have the ability to stop the Ever-Changing Land from changing in certain areas.
* BadBoss: The Rock Lord, for turning his own henchman into a sword while said henchman was still alive. [[KickTheDog Just to prove how really evil he is.]]
* BeginnersLuck: When facing the Traveling Dark - creatures that disabled her brother and gave Orym a run for his money, Cinder trips and accidentally wills a burning branch to impale them when she throws up her hand to shield herself.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Cinder first stands up for herself when she [[spoiler:[[TakingYouwithMe threatens to kill the Forest Queen and the rest of her kingdom]] if they refuse to give her her brother back.]]
* BlessedWithSuck: Cinder and Azoc just go from one horrible situation to the next. From their mother straight up being used for firewood, to an WickedStepmother, to various creatures across the land that want to kill them.
** Azoc gets it even worse. Not only does he endure all that, but [[spoiler: once he gets the Rot, he can't touch anyone directly without burning them from the inside out. This is a bit of a trade off, however, as now nothing can kill Azoc but the Rot.]]
* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: The Traveling Dark - three siblings of literal darkness, show up at Cinder's home and chase them onto [[FetchQuest the quest.]]
* CrazyAwesome: Thavian. He does stuff like fake a limp to make his entrance ''that much cooler'', summon a whiskey bottle out of thin air, make a rapidly-disintegrating copy of himself to tell in innkeep that he'll be arriving shortly, wears objectively too many rings, yet still manages to be effective and intimidating by being evil through his own ridiculousness.
* CrypticConversation: Literally every single time Orym and Thavian get page time together. [[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com//2016/07/13/13-the-confrontation/ There's even an entire chapter devoted to one of them.]]
* CoolSword: Cinder gets a blade that's made out of enchanted ice that can freeze people. She's also nicknamed Orym's sword the giant's dagger.
* ElementalPowers: Everything in the Ever-Changing Land has some level of control over the element that they are. Even Cinder has the ability to control wood.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Thavian's first appearance is like the fantasy equivalent of Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka. He noticeably limps across a frozen river, and once he's got everyone's attention, he throws his wolfskin cloak and staff aside, and the first thing he does is "a wordless, gleeful cry" before conjuring up a whiskey bottle.
** The Rock Lord, in its first appearance, is given a descriptions similar to the Great Goblin in the Hobbit. Its first act in the story is to grab a Stonewight by the throat and [[AndIMustScream hammer him alive]] into a brutish sword. Turns out, that's where all its EvilMinions get their weapons.
* EvilMinions:[[OurOrcsAreDifferent The Stonewights]]
* TheFairFolk: The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own thrown by its branches, forcing her to move the branches of her throne in order to make any movement at all.
* FetchQuest: The main plot to chase Thavian and bring Benn home.
* ForbiddenZone: The Ever-Changing Land. [[CalltoAdventure but that didn't exactly stop the trio]]
* KnifeNut: Thavian has yet to be seen with any less than six knives looped through his belt. He's quite fond of using them for intimidation.
* MacGuffin: So far there's been no established reason as to why Thavian wants Benn specifically, but the baby seems to be of some great importance anyway.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: In between trying to catch Thavian, the trio tangles with Rock Lords, Forest Queens and all the messes that Thavian leaves in his wake.
* NominalImportance: The only unnamed person who has survived has been the Forest Queen, and she at least had a title.
* OurOrcsAreDifferent: Though not specifically called Orcs, the Stonewights show few signs of intelligence, and tend to kill indiscriminately.
* PowerAtAPrice: It's heavily implied that being a Wizard has some horrible side effects/cost during the CrypticConversation between Thavian and Orym at Gabrien's inn.
* RetiredBadass: Orym, at the beginning. He was living a quiet life as a lovable lunatic in the Smallwood due to an as-yet unexplained event that made him decide to give up being a Wizard.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Cinder and Azoc's mother was killed before the story even starts. As if being orphaned wasn't bad enough, Cinder later discovered her mother, a Nymph, ''was going to be used for firewood''. Her death breeds animosity between Cinder/Azoc and their WickedStepmother Phira.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: In this case, they used to be brothers. [[spoiler:Orym and Thavian]] are both Wizards, both trained under the same master, and are brothers. For some as-yet unspecified reason, had a falling-out that's led to two known nearly-lethal encounters.
* WickedStepmother: Phira treats Cinder and Azoc like workers and threatens to kill Cinder after Benn is abducted.

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[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ash_and_cinders_90.jpg]]


"Blending epic fantasy and fairy tales like you’ve never seen it before!"


''[[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com/about-2/ Ash and Cinders - An Epic Fairy Tale]]'' by Connor M. Perry is a Epic Fantasy/Fairy Tale WebSerialNovel
We don't have an article named Literature/Ash_AndCinders. If you want to start this new page, just click the edit button above. Be careful, though, the only things that follows go in the half-Nymph Cinder, her brother Azoc, Main namespace are tropes and [[MentorArchetype their mentor]] as they race should be created through the [[AlienGeometries Ever-Changing Land]] to rescue their half-brother from YKTTW system. Don't put in redirects for shows, books, etc.. Use the Wizard that's abducted him.


The series is still in progress and has been updating once every Wednesday since March, 2016.




[[folder: The series contains the following tropes]]
* AlienGeometries: The world these people live in is called the Ever-Changing Land, and as the name suggests, it does so on a whim. It seems that animals come and go with the changes, but the shifts have little regard
right namespace for humans. A forest even turned into a mountain while the trio were going through it.
* AndIMustScream: In its EstablishingCharacterMoment, the Rock Lord hammers a disobedient underling into a brutish sword while it still lives. This is apparently how the Rock Lord fashions all weapons for the Stonewights.
** The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own throne by its branches weaving through her body, forcing her to move the branches of her throne with her mind if she wants to move at all. Cinder notes that she can't really tell if the Forest Queen is doing anything of her own accord, or whether her actions are manipulated by something more Fae.
* AntiMagic: Wizards have the ability to stop the Ever-Changing Land from changing in certain areas.
* BadBoss: The Rock Lord, for turning his own henchman into a sword while said henchman was still alive. [[KickTheDog Just to prove how really evil he is.]]
* BeginnersLuck: When facing the Traveling Dark - creatures that disabled her brother and gave Orym a run for his money, Cinder trips and accidentally wills a burning branch to impale them when she throws up her hand to shield herself.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: Cinder first stands up for herself when she [[spoiler:[[TakingYouwithMe threatens to kill the Forest Queen and the rest of her kingdom]] if they refuse to give her her brother back.]]
* BlessedWithSuck: Cinder and Azoc just go from one horrible situation to the next. From their mother straight up being used for firewood, to an WickedStepmother, to various creatures across the land that want to kill them.
** Azoc gets it even worse. Not only does he endure all that, but [[spoiler: once he gets the Rot, he can't touch anyone directly without burning them from the inside out. This is a bit of a trade off, however, as now nothing can kill Azoc but the Rot.]]
* TheCallKnowsWhereYouLive: The Traveling Dark - three siblings of literal darkness, show up at Cinder's home and chase them onto [[FetchQuest the quest.]]
* CrazyAwesome: Thavian. He does stuff like fake a limp to make his entrance ''that much cooler'', summon a whiskey bottle out of thin air, make a rapidly-disintegrating copy of himself to tell in innkeep that he'll be arriving shortly, wears objectively too many rings, yet still manages to be effective and intimidating by being evil through his own ridiculousness.
* CrypticConversation: Literally every single time Orym and Thavian get page time together. [[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com//2016/07/13/13-the-confrontation/ There's even an entire chapter devoted to one of them.]]
* CoolSword: Cinder gets a blade that's made out of enchanted ice that can freeze people. She's also nicknamed Orym's sword the giant's dagger.
* ElementalPowers: Everything in the Ever-Changing Land has some level of control over the element that they are. Even Cinder has the ability to control wood.
* EstablishingCharacterMoment: Thavian's first appearance is like the fantasy equivalent of Gene Wilder's Willy Wonka. He noticeably limps across a frozen river, and once he's got everyone's attention, he throws his wolfskin cloak and staff aside, and the first thing he does is "a wordless, gleeful cry" before conjuring up a whiskey bottle.
** The Rock Lord, in its first appearance, is given a descriptions similar to the Great Goblin in the Hobbit. Its first act in the story is to grab a Stonewight by the throat and [[AndIMustScream hammer him alive]] into a brutish sword. Turns out, that's where all its EvilMinions get their weapons.
* EvilMinions:[[OurOrcsAreDifferent The Stonewights]]
* TheFairFolk: The Forest Queen is literally bolted to her own thrown by its branches, forcing her to move the branches of her throne in order to make any movement at all.
* FetchQuest: The main plot to chase Thavian and bring Benn home.
* ForbiddenZone: The Ever-Changing Land. [[CalltoAdventure but that didn't exactly stop the trio]]
* KnifeNut: Thavian has yet to be seen with any less than six knives looped through his belt. He's quite fond of using them for intimidation.
* MacGuffin: So far there's been no established reason as to why Thavian wants Benn specifically, but the baby seems to be of some great importance anyway.
* MonsterOfTheWeek: In between trying to catch Thavian, the trio tangles with Rock Lords, Forest Queens and all the messes that Thavian leaves in his wake.
* NominalImportance: The only unnamed person who has survived has been the Forest Queen, and she at least had a title.
* OurOrcsAreDifferent: Though not specifically called Orcs, the Stonewights show few signs of intelligence, and tend to kill indiscriminately.
* PowerAtAPrice: It's heavily implied that being a Wizard has some horrible side effects/cost during the CrypticConversation between Thavian and Orym at Gabrien's inn.
* RetiredBadass: Orym, at the beginning. He was living a quiet life as a lovable lunatic in the Smallwood due to an as-yet unexplained event that made him decide to give up being a Wizard.
* StuffedIntoTheFridge: Cinder and Azoc's mother was killed before the story even starts. As if being orphaned wasn't bad enough, Cinder later discovered her mother, a Nymph, ''was going to be used for firewood''. Her death breeds animosity between Cinder/Azoc and their WickedStepmother Phira.
* WeUsedToBeFriends: In this case, they used to be brothers. [[spoiler:Orym and Thavian]] are both Wizards, both trained under the same master, and are brothers. For some as-yet unspecified reason, had a falling-out that's led to two known nearly-lethal encounters.
* WickedStepmother: Phira treats Cinder and Azoc like workers and threatens to kill Cinder after Benn is abducted.

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those.


[[quoteright:300:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ash_and_cinders_90.jpg]]




''[[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com/about-2/ Ash and Cinders - An Epic Fairy Tale]]'' by Connor M. Perry is a Epic Fantasy/Fairy Tale WebSerialNovel that follows the half-Nymph Cinder, her brother, and [[MentorArchetype their mentor]] as they race through the [[AlienGeometries Ever-Changing Land]] to rescue their half-brother from the Wizard that's abducted him.
The series is still in progress and has been updating once every Wednesday since March, 2016.




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''[[https://talesfantastic.wordpress.com/about-2/ Ash and Cinders - An Epic Fairy Tale]]'' by Connor M. Perry is a Epic Fantasy/Fairy Tale WebSerialNovel that follows the half-Nymph Cinder, her brother, brother Azoc, and [[MentorArchetype their mentor]] as they race through the [[AlienGeometries Ever-Changing Land]] to rescue their half-brother from the Wizard that's abducted him.
him.


The series is still in progress and has been updating once every Wednesday since March, 2016.




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* CrazyAwesome: Thavian. He does stuff like fake a limp to make his entrance ''that much cooler'', summon a whiskey bottle out of thin air, make a rapidly-disintegrating copy of himself to tell in innkeep that he'll be arriving shortly, wears objectively too many rings, yet still manages to be effective and intimidating by being evil through his own ridiculousness.

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* BadBoss: The Rock Lord, for turning his own henchman into a sword while said henchman was still alive. [[KickTheDog Just to prove how really evil he is.]]

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