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* BiTheWay: Kira and Cosmo


* TameHisAnger: Roy's inherited a bit of a temper and he's mad about it

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* TameHisAnger: Roy's inherited a bit of a temper and he's mad about itit.
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[[caption-width-right:270:...awkward]]



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* Nuke' em: Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a terrifying, deadly war or a horrific act of terrorism against the civilians of a planet just trying to defend itself is a point of serious inter-species contention.

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* Nuke' em: NukeEm: Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a terrifying, deadly war or a horrific act of terrorism against the civilians of a planet just trying to defend itself is a point of serious inter-species contention.


* LGBTFanbase: probably the target demographic


* LGBTFanbase: small, but queer

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* LGBTFanbase: small, but queerprobably the target demographic

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* LGBTFanbase: small, but queer


* TheBroCode: Roy's not too happy about Kira dating Cosmo

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* TheBroCode: Roy's not too happy about Kira [[spoiler:Kira dating CosmoCosmo]]



* FantasticRacism: There is a lot of human bias against stellaraptors.

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* FantasticRacism: There is a lot of human bias against stellaraptors.FantasticRacism



* TheFuture:

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* TheFuture: TheFuture



* Nuke' em: Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention. But the author's perspective is fairly clear.

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* Nuke' em: Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, terrifying, deadly war or a horrific act of terrorism against the civilians of a planet just trying to defend itself is a point of serious intra-species contention. But the author's perspective is fairly clear.inter-species contention.

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* MulticulturalAlienPlanet: There Is No Stellaraptor Consensus.
* NamingYourColonyWorld: Empyrean- "belonging to or deriving from heaven".


* GenderRarityValue: Look, he can explain, but he'd have to draw you a chart.

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* GenderRarityValue: Look, he can explain, but he'd have The morph ratios of Stellaraptor populations seems to draw you a chart.fluctuate in response to environmental pressures.

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* GenderRarityValue: Look, he can explain, but he'd have to draw you a chart.


* Nuke' em: Debatable, literally. Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of colonial terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention.

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* Nuke' em: Debatable, literally. Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of colonial terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention.contention. But the author's perspective is fairly clear.


* Nuke'em: Debatable, literally. Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of colonial terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention.

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* Nuke'em: Nuke' em: Debatable, literally. Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of colonial terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention.

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* Nuke'em: Debatable, literally. Whether Jet's bomb drop was a desperate, heroic tactic that won a long, deadly war or a horrific act of colonial terrorism against civilians is a point of serious intra-species contention.


If the story reminds you eerily of a post-colonial, queer Ender's Game, you'd be on the right track. The working title of Starling was ''Ender's Gay''.

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If the story reminds you eerily of a post-colonial, an anti-colonial, queer Ender's Game, you'd be on the right track. The working title of Starling was ''Ender's Gay''.


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* CasualInterstellarTravel: [[spoiler:Astris' junior class takes a school trip to Empyrean]]

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