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* {{Anyone Can Die}}: Hell, in Rebirth alone, [[spoiler: both the protagonist and antagonist are dead as of the first chapter. They do get better, though.]]
* {{Complete Monster}}: Serya in spades. Although some of his lines are almost funny, he really has no redeeming qualities, a fact that he seems to be proud of.

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* {{Anyone Can Die}}: Hell, in In Rebirth alone, [[spoiler: both the protagonist and antagonist are dead as of the first chapter. They do get better, though.]]
* {{Complete Monster}}: Serya in spades. Although some of his lines are almost funny, he really has no redeeming qualities, a fact that he seems to be proud of.
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{{Affably Evil}}: Zenith by all means appears to be a perfectly nice guy who just happens to be allied with the villains.

{{Anyone Can Die}}: Hell, in Rebirth alone, [[spoiler: both the protagonist and antagonist are dead as of the first chapter. They do get better, though.]]

{{Complete Monster}}: Serya in spades. Although some of his lines are almost funny, he really has no redeeming qualities, a fact that he seems to be proud of.

{{The Chew Toy}}: There is rarely a scene with Feran where he is not being berated, insulted, [[spoiler: tortured, or killed.]]

{{Classical AntiHero}}: Feran. He really is for all intents and purposes a shmuck pulled into something bigger than himself.

{{Dr Jerk}}: Oodenvas for the villains and, to a lesser degree, Tier for the heroes, though they are kept around for being really, really good at what they do.

{{Weirdness Magnet}}: Feran, and he is keenly aware of this fact.

{{Well Intentioned Extremist}}: Although described as polar opposites, Cy Mazife and General Vesser both use... questionable methods to bend the world to their respective ideals.

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* {{Affably Evil}}: Zenith by all means appears to be a perfectly nice guy who just happens to be allied with the villains.

villains.
*
{{Anyone Can Die}}: Hell, in Rebirth alone, [[spoiler: both the protagonist and antagonist are dead as of the first chapter. They do get better, though.]]

]]
*
{{Complete Monster}}: Serya in spades. Although some of his lines are almost funny, he really has no redeeming qualities, a fact that he seems to be proud of.

of.
*
{{The Chew Toy}}: There is rarely a scene with Feran where he is not being berated, insulted, [[spoiler: tortured, or killed.]]

]]
*
{{Classical AntiHero}}: Feran. He really is for all intents and purposes a shmuck pulled into something bigger than himself.

himself.
*
{{Dr Jerk}}: Oodenvas for the villains and, to a lesser degree, Tier for the heroes, though they are kept around for being really, really good at what they do.

do.
*
{{Weirdness Magnet}}: Feran, and he is keenly aware of this fact.

fact.
*
{{Well Intentioned Extremist}}: Although described as polar opposites, Cy Mazife and General Vesser both use... questionable methods to bend the world to their respective ideals.


* Rebirth (2014)

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* Rebirth [[http://www.amazon.com/Invisible-Line-Rebirth-Novella-Four-ebook/dp/B00PCGZB24 Rebirth]] (2014)

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* Rebirth (2014)
* Dissent (2015)
* Nemesis (2015)
* Swan Song (201?)


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{{The Chew Toy}}: There is rarely a scene with Feran where he is not being berated, insulted, [[spoiler: tortured, or killed.]]

{{Classical AntiHero}}: Feran. He really is for all intents and purposes a shmuck pulled into something bigger than himself.

{{Dr Jerk}}: Oodenvas for the villains and, to a lesser degree, Tier for the heroes, though they are kept around for being really, really good at what they do.

{{Weirdness Magnet}}: Feran, and he is keenly aware of this fact.

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Invisible Line is a series of novellas which take place in [=Noan=], a planet of magic and mayhem.

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Invisible Line is a series of novellas which take place in [=Noan=], a planet of magic and mayhem.mayhem.
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!! Invisible Line contains examples of:

{{Affably Evil}}: Zenith by all means appears to be a perfectly nice guy who just happens to be allied with the villains.

{{Anyone Can Die}}: Hell, in Rebirth alone, [[spoiler: both the protagonist and antagonist are dead as of the first chapter. They do get better, though.]]

{{Complete Monster}}: Serya in spades. Although some of his lines are almost funny, he really has no redeeming qualities, a fact that he seems to be proud of.

{{Well Intentioned Extremist}}: Although described as polar opposites, Cy Mazife and General Vesser both use... questionable methods to bend the world to their respective ideals.

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"''Nothing is true, nothing is false. Get used to it and get over it. In your defense, no one really knows what that even means. In fact, a focal point in the philosophy of magic is not knowing what the hell you are doing.''" - The Prologue.

In another world, a man is dragged into a growing civil war by both a group of domestic terrorists and the oppressive regime they wish to overthrow. And then it starts to get complicated.

Invisible Line is a series of novellas which take place in [=Noan=], a planet of magic and mayhem.

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