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* Eiffel, realizing that crick only chooses to die through freewill, rather than fate, spares him.

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* Eiffel, realizing that crick Crick only chooses to die through freewill, rather than fate, spares him.


* Eiffel and Hilbert are, respectively, God and The Devil
** When we first see Eiffel, she's standing looking down on the world. Hilbert's first appearance is coming up from below.
** Eiffel's office is clean and white. Hilbert's is buried in the dregs of humanity.
** Hilbert idolizes Eiffel, writes to her frequently, but is unacknowledged.
** They have two totally different substance addictions.
** Eiffel has created Crick (i.e. Man, the character named for the scientist who discovered DNA).
** Hilbert is trying to get Crick to believe in predestiny (effectively, suicide).
** Eiffel, realizing that crick only chooses to die through freewill, rather than fate, spares him.
** Hilbert and Eiffel only meet to discuss Crick in a "meta" sense, in a way removed from the main storyline.

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* Eiffel [[WMG: ''Eiffel and Hilbert are, respectively, God and The Devil
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Devil'']]
*
When we first see Eiffel, she's standing looking down on the world. Hilbert's first appearance is coming up from below.
** * Eiffel's office is clean and white. Hilbert's is buried in the dregs of humanity.
** * Hilbert idolizes Eiffel, writes to her frequently, but is unacknowledged.
** * They have two totally different substance addictions.
** * Eiffel has created Crick (i.e. Man, the character named for the scientist who discovered DNA).
** * Hilbert is trying to get Crick to believe in predestiny (effectively, suicide).
** * Eiffel, realizing that crick only chooses to die through freewill, rather than fate, spares him.
** * Hilbert and Eiffel only meet to discuss Crick in a "meta" sense, in a way removed from the main storyline.


Consisting of Harold, Pascal, the bike-riding kid, and the bus driver. Readers would be left guessing who would die and who would live, [[KillEmAll or even if]] ''[[KillEmAll anyone]]'' [[KillEmAll would survive.]]

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Consisting of Harold, Pascal, the bike-riding kid, and the bus driver. Readers would be left guessing who would die and who would live, [[KillEmAll or even if]] ''[[KillEmAll anyone]]'' [[KillEmAll would survive.]]]]

* Eiffel and Hilbert are, respectively, God and The Devil
** When we first see Eiffel, she's standing looking down on the world. Hilbert's first appearance is coming up from below.
** Eiffel's office is clean and white. Hilbert's is buried in the dregs of humanity.
** Hilbert idolizes Eiffel, writes to her frequently, but is unacknowledged.
** They have two totally different substance addictions.
** Eiffel has created Crick (i.e. Man, the character named for the scientist who discovered DNA).
** Hilbert is trying to get Crick to believe in predestiny (effectively, suicide).
** Eiffel, realizing that crick only chooses to die through freewill, rather than fate, spares him.
** Hilbert and Eiffel only meet to discuss Crick in a "meta" sense, in a way removed from the main storyline.


Consisting of Harold, Pascal, the bike-riding kid, and the bus driver. Readers would be left guessing who would die and who would live, [[KillEmAll or even if]] ''[[KillEmAll anyone]]'' [[KillEmAll would survive.]] Imagine their shock when everyone lives.

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Consisting of Harold, Pascal, the bike-riding kid, and the bus driver. Readers would be left guessing who would die and who would live, [[KillEmAll or even if]] ''[[KillEmAll anyone]]'' [[KillEmAll would survive.]] Imagine their shock when everyone lives.

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[[WMG: ''Death and Taxes'' (the in-universe book) would/is be about an EnsembleCast.]]
Consisting of Harold, Pascal, the bike-riding kid, and the bus driver. Readers would be left guessing who would die and who would live, [[KillEmAll or even if]] ''[[KillEmAll anyone]]'' [[KillEmAll would survive.]] Imagine their shock when everyone lives.


[[WMG: In the in-universe book, Pascal, the bike-riding boy, and the bus driver are all part of an EnsembleCast with Harold.]]
Since killing off the main character is Karen's SignatureStyle, readers would be left guessing who would be killed and who wouldn't, [[TakeAThirdOption or if it would end with]] KillEmAll. Imagine the surprise when the new ending has ''no one'' die.

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[[WMG: In the in-universe book, Pascal, the bike-riding boy, and the bus driver are all part of an EnsembleCast with Harold.]]
Since killing off the main character is Karen's SignatureStyle, readers would be left guessing who would be killed and who wouldn't, [[TakeAThirdOption or if it would end with]] KillEmAll. Imagine the surprise when the new ending has ''no one'' die.

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