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** [[spoiler: However, as explored later, Dang's actual hold on the world is pretty feeble, maintained with the aforementioned superpowered individuals in the outer cities, while in the inner ones he has an internal power struggle with Queenie, who in turn is in direct contact with Frick, who is ''supposed'' to be Dang's [[TheDragon dragon]], and ''on top of it all'', the Head Witch is working on covert with King Dang.]]

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** [[spoiler: However, as explored later, Dang's actual hold on the world is pretty feeble, maintained with the aforementioned superpowered individuals in the outer cities, while in the inner ones he has an internal power struggle with Queenie, who in turn is in direct contact with Frick, who is ''supposed'' to be Dang's [[TheDragon dragon]], and ''on dragon]] but is in fact TheMole for the Society of Clocks. On top of it all'', all, the Head Witch is working on covert with King Dang.Dang for an unknown purpose, and is implied to be TheManBehindTheMan.]]



* CerebusSyndrome: While the series never really looses its comedic side, after arriving to Accursed, the issue at hand is philosophically questioned and the following opponents are more dangerous and visceral (especially Queenie)
* ChainOfDeals: Daniel and Abigail have to go through the whole rigmarole in order to pay the toll to gain passage to Daggum through Shoot. It's as frustrating and annoying to them as one would think.

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* CerebusSyndrome: While the series never really looses its comedic side, after arriving to Accursed, the issue at hand is philosophically questioned and the following opponents are more dangerous and visceral (especially Queenie)
Queenie).
* ChainOfDeals: Parodied. Daniel and Abigail have to go through the whole rigmarole in order to pay the toll to gain passage to Daggum through Shoot. It's as frustrating and annoying to them as one would think.think, and Abigail eventually decides to CutTheKnot.



* LighterAndSofter: Compared to a lot of KC Green's other works, BACK is surprisingly restrained, feeling more PG-13 at most.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to a lot of KC Green's other works, BACK ''BACK'' is surprisingly restrained, feeling more PG-13 at most.



* MakeAnExampleOfThem: The Tummy Boys try to make an example of the Bartender for not paying his taxes (the same taxes that had suddenly been due that day) by cutting off an arm. Daniel tries to interviene, but this merely makes ''him'' their new target instead.

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* MakeAnExampleOfThem: The Tummy Boys try to make an example of the Bartender for not paying his taxes (the same taxes that had suddenly been due that day) by cutting off an arm. Daniel tries to interviene, intervene, but this merely makes ''him'' their new target instead.



* TheMole: Knook, the close friend / lover of a King Dang goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught.

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* TheMole: Knook, the close friend / lover of a King Dang goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught. [[spoiler:Frick, the king's right-hand man, reveals in Chapter 11 that he's also a mole on behalf of the Society.]]



* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Knook, who is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks.]]

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* ReverseMole: [[spoiler:Knook, Knook, who is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks.Clocks despite working for the sheriff of Daggum. [[spoiler:Much later on, Frick reveals that he is also part of the Society, while simultaneously being King Dang's most trusted lieutenant.]]



* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Each of the many princesses [[spoiler:has tried to find out and stop whatever plans King Dang has been up to.]] Zig-zagged with Dang himself, as while he is not exactly doing nothing, he is generally idiotic and his storylines mostly revolves around both Princess Darn and [[spoiler: Queenie]] outmaneuvering him.

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Each of the many princesses [[spoiler:has tried Princess Darn has been working for a long time to find out and stop whatever plans King Dang has been up to.to, [[spoiler:as part of an ongoing conspiracy enacted by every princess in the kingdom's history.]] Zig-zagged with Dang himself, as while he is not exactly doing nothing, he is generally idiotic and his storylines mostly revolves around both Princess Darn and [[spoiler: Queenie]] outmaneuvering him.



** Also: "Daniel... there are clowns." Abigail really dislikes clowns -- to such a degree that, contrary to her usual LiteralMinded understanding, she calls people clowns not because they really are clowns or to insult them, but simply because she [[MonsterClown finds them threatening]] and their dressing funny.

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** Also: "Daniel... there are clowns." After the clown encounter in Cripes, Abigail [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes really dislikes clowns clowns]] -- to such a degree that, contrary to her usual LiteralMinded understanding, she calls people clowns not because they really are clowns or to insult them, but simply because she [[MonsterClown finds them threatening]] and their they're dressing funny.funny.
* ScrewDestiny: [[spoiler:Queenie's motivation is revealed to be this. Despite being (formerly) part of the Society of Clocks, she doesn't ''want'' the world to end, and became disillusioned with the Society's insistence that YouCantFightFate.]]
-->'''[[spoiler:Queenie:]]''' "[[spoiler:I will ''not'' roll over and let the world decide what's best for me. ''We're'' the ones who till the fields and build great cities and monuments! ''We're'' the ones who are ''ALIVE!'']]"



* TheStarscream: [[spoiler: Queenie, the sheriff of Odious, is actively conspiring to overthrow King Dang.]]



* WeirdWest: And it only gets weirder.
* WhamEpisode: Chapter 8 reveals several things: [[spoiler: Abigail was shipped down to the graveyard near Krud, at the orders of King Dang. The Head Southern Witch also had a hand in matters, and on the way Abigail and Daniel indirectly encountered one another. Also, Abigail ''can'' sleep.]]

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* WeirdWest: And it only gets weirder.
The southern towns, though things get progressively more modern as the story travels north towards the capital city.
* WhamEpisode: WhamEpisode:
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Chapter 8 reveals several things: [[spoiler: Abigail was shipped down to the graveyard near Krud, at the orders of King Dang. The Head Southern Witch also had a hand in matters, and on the way Abigail and Daniel indirectly encountered one another. Also, Abigail ''can'' sleep.]]


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** Chapter 11: [[spoiler:Frick is revealed to be TheMole for the Society of Clocks within Dang's court. Queenie, meanwhile, is Frick's sister and a renegade from the Society who wants to avert the end of the world, if only so she can [[TheStarscream usurp Dang]] and rule the planet herself.]]


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* WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes: After the fight with the MonsterCown in Cripes (the first enemy to give her serious trouble), Abigail develops a mild phobia of clowns. This leaves her very uncomfortable in Daggum, which is populated almost entirely by clowns.

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* LighterAndSofter: Compared to a lot of KC Green's other works, BACK is surprisingly restrained, feeling more PG-13 at most.


* BigBad: King Dang, the despotic ruler of the world. Well, sort of. He's is more of the BiggerBad for the main plot, as the various {{Arc Villain}}s tend to be his subordinates, but he himself doesn't directly interact with Abigail and Daniel.

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* BigBad: King Dang, the despotic ruler of the world. Well, sort of. He's is more of the BiggerBad GreaterScopeVillain for the main plot, as the various {{Arc Villain}}s tend to be his subordinates, but he himself doesn't directly interact with Abigail and Daniel.


* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].

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* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect respect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].



* {{Cult}}: The Society Of Clocks, who claim to feel the "biological urges or the world", and have tasked themselves with stopping any and all threats to the planet. [[spoiler: They're actually the good guys in all of this, and help Abigail along the way, believing she's not going to literally end the world, but "reset" it, and in doing so save [[GeniusLoci the living planet]] from whatever King Darn is doing to it.]]

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* {{Cult}}: The Society Of Clocks, who claim to feel the "biological urges or the world", and have tasked themselves with stopping any and all threats to the planet. [[spoiler: They're actually the good guys in all of this, and help Abigail along the way, believing she's not going to literally end the world, but "reset" it, and in doing so save [[GeniusLoci the living planet]] from whatever King Darn Dang is doing to it.]]



* DeathFakedForYou: [[spoiler: Abigail [[AmbiguousSituation probably]] wasn't killed and resurrected by the Witches, she was only made to look dead long enough that King Darn would be convinced and bury her right at the Witches' doorstep. She was actually [[NotQuiteDead half-awake for the entire ride in her casket from Goodness to Krud]].]]

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* DeathFakedForYou: [[spoiler: Abigail [[AmbiguousSituation probably]] wasn't killed and resurrected by the Witches, she was only made to look dead long enough that King Darn Dang would be convinced and bury her right at the Witches' doorstep. She was actually [[NotQuiteDead half-awake for the entire ride in her casket from Goodness to Krud]].]]



* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Sherlock Holmes is on King Darn's payroll, but he's far from the most competent of his minions, and despite being told to distract Abigail instead himself gets distracted by the enormous amounts of poker chips she had picked up off the ground and tried to eat.

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* MinionWithAnFInEvil: Sherlock Holmes is on King Darn's Dang's payroll, but he's far from the most competent of his minions, and despite being told to distract Abigail instead himself gets distracted by the enormous amounts of poker chips she had picked up off the ground and tried to eat.



* TheMole: Knook, the close friend / lover of a King Darn goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught.

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* TheMole: Knook, the close friend / lover of a King Darn Dang goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught.



* TheUndead: Abigail was raised from the dead via ambiguous methods by the Witches. This has left her missing a few crucial details such as ''what sleep is''. [[spoiler: Made more ambiguous later on when we see that she was actually [[NotQuiteDead barely conscious all the way through her burial]], meaning that she might not have been killed and resurrected but only [[DeathFakedForYou made to look dead]] so King Darn would take his attention off of her.]]

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* TheUndead: Abigail was raised from the dead via ambiguous methods by the Witches. This has left her missing a few crucial details such as ''what sleep is''. [[spoiler: Made more ambiguous later on when we see that she was actually [[NotQuiteDead barely conscious all the way through her burial]], meaning that she might not have been killed and resurrected but only [[DeathFakedForYou made to look dead]] so King Darn Dang would take his attention off of her.]]


* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do.[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].

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* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do.[[/note]].do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].



--> '''Mattie''': [...] and like, we also feel that now, okay get this, we feel that the cowboy lady is actually, like, cool.

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--> '''Mattie''': [..."[...] and like, we also feel that now, okay get this, we feel that the cowboy lady is actually, like, cool."


* ApocalypseHow: The world of BACK seems to be set in a post apocalyptic wasteland and references to some sort of sanity-eroding 'Crack' are made.

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* ApocalypseHow: The world of BACK seems to be set in a post apocalyptic post-apocalyptic wasteland and references to some sort of sanity-eroding 'Crack' are made.



** [[spoiler: However, as explored later, Dang's actual hold on the world is pretty feeble, maintained with the aforementioned superpowered individuals in the outer cities, while in the inner ones he has an internal power struggle with Queenie, who in turn is in direct contact with Frick, who is ''supposed'' to be Dang's [[TheDragon dragon]], and on ''top of it all'', the Head Witch is working on covert with King Dang.]]

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** [[spoiler: However, as explored later, Dang's actual hold on the world is pretty feeble, maintained with the aforementioned superpowered individuals in the outer cities, while in the inner ones he has an internal power struggle with Queenie, who in turn is in direct contact with Frick, who is ''supposed'' to be Dang's [[TheDragon dragon]], and on ''top ''on top of it all'', the Head Witch is working on covert with King Dang.]]



* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].

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* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]].do.[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].



* BulletsDoNotWorkThatWay: ...And then immediately loaded the bullet she caught into her own gun and shot it back.

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* BulletsDoNotWorkThatWay: ...And and then immediately loaded the bullet she caught into her own gun and shot it back.



* CrapSackWorld: Early on its played for laughs, but as the series advances, the incredibly deplorable state of the outer cities becomes more apparent and is taken seriously. The presence of Dang's downright sadistic enforces makes it more glaring.

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* CrapSackWorld: Early on its played for laughs, but as the series advances, the incredibly deplorable state of the outer cities becomes more apparent and is taken seriously. The presence of Dang's downright sadistic enforces enforcers makes it more glaring.



* CurbStompBattle: The fight against Crannie is the first one in which Abigail stands no chance at all, what with Crannie being ''[[UpToEleven stronger than]] [[SuperStrength Abigail]]'' and an extremely skilled and experienced arena fighter. Though she only gets warm; what ''really'' gets to Abigail is when Crannie begins to [[BreakThemByTalking take all her achievements, motivations and intentions apart]].

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* CurbStompBattle: The fight against Crannie is the first one in which Abigail stands no chance at all, what with Crannie being ''[[UpToEleven stronger than]] [[SuperStrength Abigail]]'' and an extremely skilled and experienced arena fighter. Though she only gets warm; what ''really'' gets to Abigail is when Crannie begins to [[BreakThemByTalking take all her achievements, motivations and intentions apart]].



* DeathCourse: The obstacle course on [[ShowWithinAShow Crannie's Challenge]], which seems to be 50% deadly traps, and 50% NoodleImplements. Most telling of all however, is the fact that ''Crannie herself doesn't know where it ends''.

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* DeathCourse: The obstacle course on [[ShowWithinAShow Crannie's Challenge]], which seems to be 50% deadly traps, and 50% NoodleImplements. Most telling of all however, however is the fact that ''Crannie herself doesn't know where it ends''.



* EnemyCivilWar: Not ''quite'', but [[spoiler: Dang's hold of the inner world politics is surprisingly weak, with Queenie and Crannie each having influence that threatens his rule on certain areas, not to mention that Frick works closely with Queenie behind Dang's back...who himself is covertly working with the Head Witch.]] Worsened as [[spoiler: Queenie]] begins to more openly (and successfully) defy Dang.

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* EnemyCivilWar: Not ''quite'', but [[spoiler: Dang's hold of the inner world politics is surprisingly weak, with Queenie and Crannie each having influence that threatens his rule on certain areas, not to mention that Frick works closely with Queenie behind Dang's back... who himself is covertly working with the Head Witch.]] Worsened as [[spoiler: Queenie]] begins to more openly (and successfully) defy Dang.



* {{Foreshadowing}}: Some of Burpo's dialogue seems hint that the current government is a wild west style tyranny is for [[WellIntentionedExtremist a very good reason]].

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* {{Foreshadowing}}: Some of Burpo's dialogue seems to hint that the current government is a wild west style tyranny is for [[WellIntentionedExtremist a very good reason]].



* GreatDetective: Chapter Seven introduces one. It's [[spoiler:just flat out Sherlock Holmes]].

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* GreatDetective: Chapter Seven introduces one. It's [[spoiler:just flat out Sherlock Holmes]].Holmes. Except he's kind of [[BumblingSidekick an idiot]].]]



* HellHotel: The hotel in Blasted. It's abandoned, dusty, and overgrown, with rotten food in the kitchen, and ghostlike figures haunting the place. [[FromBadToWorse And then Abigail disappears...]]. [[spoiler:It turns out to be inhabited by the Society of Clocks, who (once they've stopped seeing Abigail as a threat) are actually quite clement.]]

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* HellHotel: The hotel in Blasted. It's abandoned, dusty, and overgrown, with rotten food in the kitchen, and ghostlike figures haunting the place. [[FromBadToWorse And then Abigail disappears...]]. ]] [[spoiler:It turns out to be inhabited by the Society of Clocks, who (once they've stopped seeing Abigail as a threat) are actually quite clement.]]



* MonsterClown: Whilst not quite as monstrous as other examples, the Clown. He's strong enough to both crack rock and punt Abigail halfway across town, and is filled with murderous, unfathomable rage because… [[DisproportionateRetribution Daniel and Abigail stole his clothes]]. [[spoiler:He used to be the postal worker in Accursed, before he snapped and stole the town clown’s clothes.]]
* TheMole: Knook, the close friend of a King Darn Goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught.

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* MonsterClown: Whilst not quite as monstrous as other examples, the Clown. He's strong enough to both crack rock and punt Abigail halfway across town, and is filled with murderous, unfathomable rage because… because... [[DisproportionateRetribution Daniel and Abigail stole his clothes]]. [[spoiler:He used to be the postal worker in Accursed, before he snapped and stole the town clown’s clothes.]]
* TheMole: Knook, the close friend / lover of a King Darn Goon goon ([[PunnyName Crannie]]), is secretly a member of the Society of Clocks, who are trying to help Abigail get to Goodness without being caught.



--> "You'd need to find a '''knife''' to cut off the crusts, to do it right. […] But I did see a punk in the '''abandoned pharmacy''' using a '''knife''' to carve words into the walls of the '''[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment abandoned pharmacy]]'''."

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--> "You'd need to find a '''knife''' to cut off the crusts, to do it right. […] [...] But I did see a punk in the '''abandoned pharmacy''' using a '''knife''' to carve words into the walls of the '''[[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment abandoned pharmacy]]'''."


* AmbiguouslyHuman: While normal humans are around, most of the world's being are close but not quite, as described above.
** Also applies in-universe to some creatures that are close to the aforementioned beings, are a bit ''off''. Most of King Dang's agents are plain weird, not to mention the clown and [[spoiler: Abigail. She sort of gets more of a pass for being undead though]]

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* AmbiguouslyHuman: While normal humans are around, most of the world's being beings are close but not quite, as described above.
** Also applies in-universe to some creatures that are close to the aforementioned beings, are a bit ''off''. Most of King Dang's agents are plain weird, not to mention the clown and [[spoiler: Abigail. She sort of gets more of a pass for being undead though]]though.]]


* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative, which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].

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* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins [[CharacterDevelopment questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative, initiative]], which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].


* BrokenPedestal: Daniel was in a bit of a CrisisOfFaith, lacking a sense of purpose in his daily life. Thus, when Abigail came along and kicked asses all around, he felt inspired, began to hero-worship her, and followed her on her journey. It doesn't take him too long to realize that Abigail often relies more on her instincts and luck than any genius, is a bit of a {{Jerkass}} rather than a hero, and lacks a life purpose herself [[note]]That's why she's willing to end the world, because someone gave her a thing to do[[/note]]. Notably, he sticks with her nonetheless, and because of Daniel, Abigail begins questioning herself and her actions and taking more initiative, which arguably leads to Daniel's repect for her [[RebuiltPedestal returning stronger than before]].



* CallBack: When the Clown attacks Abigail in Cripes, she states “Daniel, there is a clown". Upon reaching Daggum, several chapters later...

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* CallBack: When the Clown attacks Abigail in Cripes, she states “Daniel, "Daniel, there is a clown". Upon reaching Daggum, several chapters later...



** With Abigail ''literally'' not knowing right from wrong, that still leaves the Head Witch of South, who works decidedly against the king, but is a cackling, self-serving {{Jerkass}} herself. And she's definitely more keen on the end of the world than Abigail herself is; she initiated the whole matter in the first place.

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** With Abigail ''literally'' not knowing right from wrong, that still leaves the Head Witch of South, who works decidedly against the king, but is a cackling, self-serving {{Jerkass}} herself. And she's definitely more keen on the end of the world than Abigail herself is; she initiated the whole matter in the first place.


* PlummetPerspective: Whilst [[spoiler:fighting with Crannie in the rafters,]] a falling sandbag demonstrates just how far up she and Abigail are.

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* PlummetPerspective: Whilst [[spoiler:fighting with Crannie in the rafters,]] rafters]], a falling sandbag demonstrates just how far up she and Abigail are.



** Also: "Daniel... there are clowns." Abigail really dislikes clowns -- to such a degree that she calls people clowns not because they really are clowns or to insult them, but simply because she [[MonsterClown finds them threatening]] and their dressing funny.

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** Also: "Daniel... there are clowns." Abigail really dislikes clowns -- to such a degree that that, contrary to her usual LiteralMinded understanding, she calls people clowns not because they really are clowns or to insult them, but simply because she [[MonsterClown finds them threatening]] and their dressing funny.


* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Several spoilerfiifc examples, due to the quirky nature of the comic.

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* CloseCallHairCut: Abigail gets one in Odious when Teenie throws a knife at her.
* CrouchingMoronHiddenBadass: Several spoilerfiifc spoilerific examples, due to the quirky nature of the comic.

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* DumbassNoMore: Abigail was never dumb per se, but she's prone to act on instinct. In Odious however, when she has a run-in with Queenie's Boys, she manages to talk her way out of the situation and at the same time get herself and her allies some information they need.
--> '''Mattie''': Nice thinkin', Cowgirl! You talked yourself right out of that fight.
--> '''Daniel''': Wow, yeah, Abigail! When'd you cook that up?
--> '''Abigail''': ''*visibly proud*'' I've had thoughts.


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** Also: "Daniel... there are clowns." Abigail really dislikes clowns -- to such a degree that she calls people clowns not because they really are clowns or to insult them, but simply because she [[MonsterClown finds them threatening]] and their dressing funny.


* CrapSackWorld: Early on its played for laughs, but as the series advances, the incredibly deplorable state of the outer cities becomes more apparent and is taken seriously. The presence of Dang's downright sadistic enforces makes it more glaring.



* CrapSackWorld: Early on its played for laughs, but as the series advances, the incredibly deplorable state of the outer cities becomes more apparent and is taken seriously. The presence of Dang's downright sadistic enforces makes it more glaring.

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* CrapSackWorld: Early on its played for laughs, but as CurbStompBattle: The fight against Crannie is the series advances, the incredibly deplorable state of the outer cities becomes more apparent first one in which Abigail stands no chance at all, what with Crannie being ''[[UpToEleven stronger than]] [[SuperStrength Abigail]]'' and an extremely skilled and experienced arena fighter. Though she only gets warm; what ''really'' gets to Abigail is taken seriously. The presence of Dang's downright sadistic enforces makes it more glaring. when Crannie begins to [[BreakThemByTalking take all her achievements, motivations and intentions apart]].


* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Each of the many princesses [[spoiler:has tried to find out and stop whatever plans King Dang has been up to.]]Zig-zagged with Dang himself, as while he is not exactly doing nothing, he is generally idiotic and his storylines mostly revolves around both Princess Dang and [[spoiler: Queenie]] outmaneuvering him.

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* RoyalsWhoActuallyDoSomething: Each of the many princesses [[spoiler:has tried to find out and stop whatever plans King Dang has been up to.]]Zig-zagged ]] Zig-zagged with Dang himself, as while he is not exactly doing nothing, he is generally idiotic and his storylines mostly revolves around both Princess Dang Darn and [[spoiler: Queenie]] outmaneuvering him.



* SirSwearsALot: Teenie.



* SirSwearsALot: Teenie.



* SuperSerum: The strange chemical that King Dang gives out to his enforcers, which does anything from [[spoiler: turning the clown into a whale, to healing Princess Darn's broken arm]].

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* SuperSerum: The strange chemical that King Dang gives out to his enforcers, which does anything from [[spoiler: turning the clown Clown into a whale, to healing Princess Darn's broken arm]].


* HellHotel: The hotel in Blasted. It's abandoned, dusty, and overgrown, with rotten food in the kitchen, and ghostlike figures haunting the place. [[FromBadToWorse And then Abigail disappears...]]. [[spoiler:It turns out to be inhabited by the Society of Clocks, who (once they've stopped seeing Abigail as a threat), are actually quite clement.]]

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* HellHotel: The hotel in Blasted. It's abandoned, dusty, and overgrown, with rotten food in the kitchen, and ghostlike figures haunting the place. [[FromBadToWorse And then Abigail disappears...]]. [[spoiler:It turns out to be inhabited by the Society of Clocks, who (once they've stopped seeing Abigail as a threat), threat) are actually quite clement.]]



** "Damned" Heat as well, who wanted have someone beheaded for no reason whatsoever, just to carry out his idea of a thrilling theater play.

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** "Damned" Heat as well, who wanted to have someone beheaded for no reason whatsoever, just to carry out his idea of a thrilling theater play.

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