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** [[spoiler:Kellhus' unnamed grandson]] is called "Crabicus" by some fans.


* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Bakker has discussed how in the treatment of the original trilogy he had decided that Kellhus wasn't going to have a POV, that he as a character would only be experienced through the perspective of other characters. It became clear to him that this wasn't going to work and significant rewrites had to be made to make way for Kellhus's POV.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Bakker has discussed how in the treatment of the original trilogy he had decided that Kellhus wasn't going to have a POV, that he as a character would only be experienced through the perspective of other characters. It became clear to him that this wasn't going to work and significant rewrites had to be made to make way for Kellhus's POV.POV.
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* LyingCreator: In a way. [[spoiler:Bakker had said in a few interviews that Cnaiür's story was concluded at the conclusion of ''The Prince of Nothing'' trilogy. This lead many to assume that this confirmed his death]]. Come ''The Great Ordeal'', it's revealed that Bakker wasn't telling the whole truth.

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* LyingCreator: In a way. [[spoiler:Bakker had said in a few interviews that Cnaiür's story was concluded at the conclusion end of ''The Prince of Nothing'' trilogy. This lead many to assume that this confirmed his death]]. Come ''The Great Ordeal'', it's revealed that Bakker wasn't telling the whole truth.

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**Aurang and Aurax are sometimes jointly referred to as the "Inchie Bros." A dark parody of Mario Bros.

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*LyingCreator: In a way. [[spoiler:Bakker had said in a few interviews that Cnaiür's story was concluded at the conclusion of ''The Prince of Nothing'' trilogy. This lead many to assume that this confirmed his death]]. Come ''The Great Ordeal'', it's revealed that Bakker wasn't telling the whole truth.


* FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for public works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.

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* FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for public works projects or building?" construction?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.


* FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for pubic works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.

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* FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for pubic public works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.


*FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for pubic works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.



* FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for pubic works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.



* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Bakker has discussed how in the treatment of the original trilogy he had decided that Kellhus wasn't going to have a POV, that he as a character would only be experienced through the perspective of other characters. It became clear to him that this wasn't going to work and significant rewrites had to be made to make way for Kellhus's POV.

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* WhatCouldHaveBeen: *WhatCouldHaveBeen: Bakker has discussed how in the treatment of the original trilogy he had decided that Kellhus wasn't going to have a POV, that he as a character would only be experienced through the perspective of other characters. It became clear to him that this wasn't going to work and significant rewrites had to be made to make way for Kellhus's POV.


*FandomNod: One question on a fan forum had been "Why have sorcerers never been utilized for pubic works projects or building?" A throwaway moment in ''The White-Luck Warrior'' has Achamian musing on how the Schools would never belittle themselves by doing manual labor meant for slaves. To whit, that to do the work of slaves is to make oneself a slave. A direct nod to this question.



* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' languished for several years due to publisher entanglements, then eventually got split into two separate volumes: ''The Great Ordeal'' and ''The Unholy Consult''.

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* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' languished for several years due to publisher entanglements, then eventually got split into two separate volumes: ''The Great Ordeal'' and ''The Unholy Consult''.Consult''.
*WhatCouldHaveBeen: Bakker has discussed how in the treatment of the original trilogy he had decided that Kellhus wasn't going to have a POV, that he as a character would only be experienced through the perspective of other characters. It became clear to him that this wasn't going to work and significant rewrites had to be made to make way for Kellhus's POV.

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*FanNickname: A few characters.
**Anasûrimbor Moënghus is usually referred to as "Moënghus the Elder" to distinguish between him and Kellhus's adopted son. Sometimes more playfully, Big Moe.
**Anasûrimbor Moënghus II is usually referred to as "Moënghus the Younger" to distinguish between him and Kellhus's father. Sometimes more playfully, Lil' Moe.
**Shaeönanra, the Grandvizier of the Mangaecca is usually shortened to just "Shae" in fan parlance.


* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been written and forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements, then eventually got split into two separate volumes, ''The Great Ordeal'' and ''The Unholy Consult'', partly due a the rather substantial glossary.

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* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been written and forthcoming languished for several years due to publisher entanglements, then eventually got split into two separate volumes, volumes: ''The Great Ordeal'' and ''The Unholy Consult'', partly due a the rather substantial glossary.Consult''.


* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been written and forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements.

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* TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been written and forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements.entanglements, then eventually got split into two separate volumes, ''The Great Ordeal'' and ''The Unholy Consult'', partly due a the rather substantial glossary.


* DevelopmentHell: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements.

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* DevelopmentHell: TheShelfOfMovieLanguishment: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been written and forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements.

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* DevelopmentHell: ''The Unholy Consult'' has been forthcoming for several years due to publisher entanglements.

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