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* ThrownOutTheAirlock: [[spoiler:Although technically it's done on the bridge ''between'' two airlocks. When Captain Chen and X are pursued by flying combat drones they hit upon the idea of shooting a hole in the connector bridge's wall to suck the drones into space.]]

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* ThrownOutTheAirlock: [[spoiler:Although technically it's done on the bridge ''between'' two airlocks. When Captain Chen and X are pursued by flying combat drones they hit upon the idea of shooting a hole in the connector bridge's wall to suck the drones into space. In a voice recording X's father also mentions them doing this to a hybrid species of insect that turned out wrong and also begs X to do it to a specific human embryo from the collection, although he won't say why.]]


* PluckyComicRelief: Despite being competent enough to [[spoiler:care for all of the ''Cavatica's'' injured]] by herself, she still gets used for this occasionally, especially when she is zipping around, [[GRatedDrug high on her first coffee.]]

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* PluckyComicRelief: Despite being competent enough to [[spoiler:care for all of the ''Cavatica's'' injured]] by herself, she Dani still gets used for this occasionally, especially when she is zipping around, [[GRatedDrug high on her first coffee.]]


* EvilOldFolks: Both Councilor Van Gough and the menacing "Fixer" sent by Caldwell Enterprises is an elderly woman.

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* EvilOldFolks: Both Councilor Van Gough and the menacing "Fixer" sent by Caldwell Enterprises is an elderly woman.are elderly.


* EvilOldFolks: The menacing "Fixer" sent by Caldwell Enterprises is an elderly woman.
* ExpendableClone: [[spoiler:In episode 110 a graveyard full of these is discovered the ''Cavatica's'' greenhouse. It turns out the Girl's parents had been burying them there for years after using them as test subjects for unknown experiments. Given that the Girl is one herself,]] this understandably leads to a [[HeroicBSOD Heroic BSOD]].

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* EvilOldFolks: The Both Councilor Van Gough and the menacing "Fixer" sent by Caldwell Enterprises is an elderly woman.
* ExpendableClone: [[spoiler:In episode 110 a graveyard full of these is discovered in the ''Cavatica's'' greenhouse. It turns out the Girl's parents had been burying them there for years after using them as test subjects for unknown experiments. Given that the Girl is one herself,]] this understandably leads to a [[HeroicBSOD Heroic BSOD]].

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* ArmorIsUseless: Captain Chen explains that the armor issued to him and his crew is designed to look impressive, not for actual protection.

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* TheChewToy: Captain Chen, to such an extent that Kai expresses surprise when a series of pained screams turn out to ''not'' be him getting shot, maimed, or otherwise brutalized.


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** TheSixthRanger: [[spoiler:X's clone "brother," Cyrus.]]


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* HeroOfAnotherStory: It initially appears that [[spoiler:Thorssen]] spontaneously rebels against her employer, but it gradually becomes apparent that she has been working with some powerful people to set it up for some time. Then there's the fact that she [[spoiler:[[OffscreenMomentOfAwesome singlehandedly captures both the Councilor and his ship]]]] while everyone else is off tending to their wounds.


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* WhamEpisode: #111 - ''We Are Everything, We Are Nothing,'' which reveals the existence of [[spoiler:a second clone who has been living on board the ''Cavatica'' all this time.]]

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* BrickJoke: At one point the cloned goat that X gets her dairy products from passes away and she has to begin incubating another. It goes unmentioned for several episodes until Dani is running amok after having coffee for the first time.
--> Dani ''(in the background)'': [[spoiler:''''THIS GOAT IS REALLY SMALL!'''']]

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* GoshDarnItToHeck: X and Miles Chen. "Crap" seems to be the strongest word in both of their vocabularies.


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* IndyPloy: Having spent years being forced to repair a catastrophically failing derelict space vessel on the fly, the Girl is already a master of this by the time Caldwell Enterprises force her to take it on the offensive. Once [[spoiler:the mutiny]] gets underway Kai and Chen prefer to operate this way too.


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* MustHaveCaffeine: The Girl is passionate about her coffee which she makes from beans that she grows. Dani - who has never even heard of it - only tries it reluctantly, and promptly goes berserk on caffeine to great comic effect.


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* PluckyComicRelief: Despite being competent enough to [[spoiler:care for all of the ''Cavatica's'' injured]] by herself, she still gets used for this occasionally, especially when she is zipping around, [[GRatedDrug high on her first coffee.]]


** Being named after Ra, [[Myth/EgyptianMythology the Egyptian god of the sun]] makes pretty good sense for [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an actual sun.]] [[spoiler:It makes even more sense after it is revealed that the sun is alive and [[PhysicalGod capable of interacting with its environment.]]

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** Being named after Ra, [[Myth/EgyptianMythology the Egyptian god of the sun]] makes pretty good sense for [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an actual sun.]] [[spoiler:It makes even more sense after it is revealed that the sun is alive and [[PhysicalGod capable of interacting with its environment.]]]]]]

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* DaddysGirl: X's father was much more of a loving parent toward her than her mother was. It is her mother and her secrets, however, that start taking precedence earlier in the story.


* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Clones are not regarded by many to actually be human [[spoiler:unfortunately this includes the Girl.]]

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* WhatMeasureIsANonHuman: Clones are not regarded by many to actually be human [[spoiler:unfortunately this includes for the Girl.Girl, who is one.]]


* SmugSnake: The Councilor and his underlings, Fixer and Frost, are any indication, this seems to be a job requirement for higher-level management at Caldwell Enterprises.

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* SmugSnake: The If the Councilor and his underlings, Fixer and Frost, are any indication, this seems to be a job requirement for higher-level management at Caldwell Enterprises.


* TheDragon: Frost, the "Councilor's Assistant" who's job seems to be nothing more than torturing and/or brutally murdering anyone the councilor points at.

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* TheDragon: Frost, the "Councilor's Assistant" who's whose job seems to be nothing more than torturing and/or brutally murdering anyone the councilor points at.


* Ivory "Thor" Thorsson: a [[BoisterousBruiser Boisterous Bruiser]] who brings a lot of pain once the mutiny gets underway.
* Being named after Ra, [[Myth/EgyptianMythology the Egyptian god of the sun]] makes pretty good sense for [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an actual sun.]] [[spoiler:It makes even more sense after it is revealed that the sun is alive and [[PhysicalGod capable of interacting with its environment.]]

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* ** Ivory "Thor" Thorsson: a [[BoisterousBruiser Boisterous Bruiser]] who brings a lot of pain once the mutiny gets underway.
* ** Being named after Ra, [[Myth/EgyptianMythology the Egyptian god of the sun]] makes pretty good sense for [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin an actual sun.]] [[spoiler:It makes even more sense after it is revealed that the sun is alive and [[PhysicalGod capable of interacting with its environment.]]


* AndIMustScream: After [[spoiler:Kai]] is stunned, X worries that he is undergoing this, being fully aware and unconscious while trapped inside an unresponsive metal shell. [[spoiler:It turns out he's just fine though.]]

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* AndIMustScream: After [[spoiler:Kai]] is stunned, X worries that he is undergoing this, being fully aware and unconscious conscious while trapped inside an unresponsive metal shell. [[spoiler:It turns out he's just fine though.]]

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