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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Lubria, often described as "the Fae woman" or similar, is somewhere between CatGirl and PettingZooPeople with a tiger motif. She's the only one of her kind we meet, and is supposed to have come from "between the mists."

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* OurFairiesAreDifferent: Lubria, often described as "the Fae woman" or similar, is somewhere between CatGirl and PettingZooPeople CatFolk with a tiger motif. She's the only one of her kind we meet, and is supposed to have come from "between the mists."


Tee Morris and Lisa Lee's novel ''Morevi: The Chronicles of Rafe and Askana'' was published in print by Dragon Moon Press in 2002. The book started out as a chance role-playing session between the two authors, spawning an intense, extensive exchange of material, and they eventually decided to turn it into a book. In 2005, Morris released an abridged version via {{Podcast}}, with narration and character voices performed solely by him; ''Morevi'' is widely regarded as the first {{Podiobook}}. In 2008, he returned to Morevi to podcast the complete novel, with the addition of guest voices and new music and sound effects, available [[http://www.teemorris.com/morevipodcast/ here]].

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Tee Morris and Lisa Lee's novel ''Morevi: The Chronicles of Rafe and Askana'' was published in print by Dragon Moon Press in 2002. The book started out as a chance role-playing session between the two authors, spawning an intense, extensive exchange of material, and they eventually decided to turn it into a book. In 2005, Morris released an abridged version via {{Podcast}}, with narration and character voices performed solely by him; ''Morevi'' is widely regarded as the first {{Podiobook}}.Podiobook. In 2008, he returned to Morevi to podcast the complete novel, with the addition of guest voices and new music and sound effects, available [[http://www.teemorris.com/morevipodcast/ here]].


* ChessMotifs: the Morevian game of ''par-stern'' is both actually played and used as a metaphor for elaborate court intrigue. It is never described in detail but seems to be something like [[XMeetsY chess, Risk, and Go all rolled into one]].

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* ChessMotifs: the Morevian game of ''par-stern'' is both actually played and used as a metaphor for elaborate court intrigue. It is never described in detail but seems to be something like [[XMeetsY [[JustForFun/XMeetsY chess, Risk, and Go all rolled into one]].


* [[HeyItsThatVoice Hey It's That Voice]]: most of the voice actors in the {{Podcast}} are well known from other {{Podiobooks}} and/or their own projects.



* YouAllMeetInAnInn: Askana and Rafe meet for the first time in the Barrier Reef tavern.

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* YouAllMeetInAnInn: Askana and Rafe meet for the first time in the Barrier Reef tavern.


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* BladeOnAStick: the ''shirai'' is the WeaponOfChoice for any maiden of Nadinath, although they are also skilled with the [[TheArrow bow]] and the ''[[CoolSword ruiyilei]]''.

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* BladeOnAStick: the ''shirai'' is the WeaponOfChoice for any maiden of Nadinath, although they are also skilled with the [[TheArrow [[TheStraightAndArrowPath bow]] and the ''[[CoolSword ruiyilei]]''.

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