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* BadAssPacifist: [=MoonRat=], despite his surly disposition, is a healer who believes that the ongoing territory feuds and general violent nature of the Color Pantheon is paving the road to the Serpent's victory- and thus their complete annihilation. As such, he has vowed to never hurt another living soul, winning the battles that find him with words and patience. This is not to say, however, that he is of a neutral standing.

* GuileHero: Though she may not appear so on the surface due to her goofy, puppy-dog personality, [=VantaRat=] is very much a Guile Hero. She is wickedly smart, though her Achille's heel will always be her righteousness and loyalty to her friends.



* PowerOfTheVoid: [=VantaRat=], being the absence of color, has abilities pertaining to the void and concept of absence, the darkness between stars. Her existence itself is a black hole, allowing her to remove things from the universe- even concepts and metaphysical entities. Fortunately, she can also bring the things she takes in back out.



* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.

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* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.

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* RetGone: Occurs when a Color Rat is Grayscaled. Though they are technically not wiped from existence, they are at the same time, becoming a completely desaturated version of theirself; all of their memories are lost and personality reset, their previous color replaced by their new gray tone throughout all of time and space. Memories involving them are wiped as well, save for the rare chance a highly emotional one survives as deja vu. Mancers may be effected as well.


* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.

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* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.



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* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.


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* TheTeam: A core trope of the CMXverse. Most notable are Vanta's Mischief and Gaumond's Class of [=XX17=].

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* TheTeam: A core trope of the CMXverse.[=CMXverse=]. Most notable are Vanta's Mischief and Gaumond's Class of [=XX17=].



* TheSacredDarkness: While the [=CMXverse=] follows traditional color meaning and symbolism, that trope is subverted by the switching of the moral connotations of black and white, thus bringing in The Sacred Darkness trope. The color black and the things associated with it represents good, while white and its symbolisms represent evil.

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* TheTeam: A core trope of the CMXverse. Most notable are Vanta's Mischief and Gaumond's Class of [=XX17=].


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* BadAssPacifist: [=MoonRat=], despite his surly disposition, is a healer who believes that the ongoing territory feuds and general violent nature of the Color Pantheon is paving the road to the Serpent's victory- and thus their complete annihilation. As such, he has vowed to never hurt another living soul, winning the battles that find him with words and patience. This is not to say, however, that he is of a neutral standing.

* GuileHero: Though she may not appear so on the surface due to her goofy, puppy-dog personality, [=VantaRat=] is very much a Guile Hero. She is wickedly smart, though her Achille's heel will always be her righteousness and loyalty to her friends.

* ManipulativeBastard: The essence of Bleached and the Serpent's characters; Though this trope also applies to several protagonists and anti-heroes, namely [=YellowRat=] and Heir.


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* TheChessmaster: Or in this case, Chessmasters. Rattacus and the Serpent, working for the forces of good and evil respectively, are the unseen (for the most part) influencers in the events that not only kick the story off, but continuously effect is as it goes on. While the Serpent is a blatant antagonist, Rattacus' present-day role is a lot more ambiguous. No one is entirely sure just what he's been up to lately, but it is presumed he has everyone's best interests in mind. Rattacus and the Serpent, like the latter's children Vanta and Bleached, are constantly engaged in a BattleOfWits.


* ColorContrasts: The two primary opposing teams of Bleached and Vanta use the colors white and black respectively. Additionally, the Serpent's color palette is an inversion of Rattacus' own golden palette.

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* ColorContrasts: ColorContrast: The two primary opposing teams of Bleached and Vanta use the colors white and black respectively. Additionally, the Serpent's color palette is an inversion of Rattacus' own golden palette.


* ColorContrats: The two primary opposing teams of Bleached and Vanta use the colors white and black respectively. Additionally, the Serpent's color palette is an inversion of Rattacus' own golden palette.

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* ColorContrats: ColorContrasts: The two primary opposing teams of Bleached and Vanta use the colors white and black respectively. Additionally, the Serpent's color palette is an inversion of Rattacus' own golden palette.





* ColorCodedElements: Elemental magic can only be wielded by the colors associated with it. A Blue Group rat or mancer would not be able to use fire, for example. Divinity and pure magic is universally symbolized by metallic gold.

* ColorContrats: The two primary opposing teams of Bleached and Vanta use the colors white and black respectively. Additionally, the Serpent's color palette is an inversion of Rattacus' own golden palette.



* ColourfulThemeNaming: Color Rats are all named by what color they embody, followed by -Rat. Ei: [=BlueRat, MajestyVioletRat, SilverRat, etc=]. Additionally, magic user types are distinguished by the name of their patron and then -mancer, though this is shortened in the case of long names. Ei: a mancer of [=MajestyVioletRat=] being shortened to majestymancer.



* GoodColorsEvilColors: [=BleachedRat=] and the majority of the White Color Group represent evil, while [=VantaRat=] and the majority of the Black Color Group represents good. There are of course a few exceptions to the rule.






* SinglePaletteTown: Each Color Groups kingdom / territory is completely monochromatic to the color that owns it. You won't find any shades of red in the kingdom of the Green rats.



* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.

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* AmazingTechnicolorWorld: The planet of Xierus is rife with environments of unnatural colors, things glowing that should not be glowing, and patterns that in theory should never exist in nature.

* BadassTeacher: Orpheus Gaumond is the perpetually tired Homeroom teacher of the protagonist class ([=XX17=]); notable for their zombie-like appearance, dry sense of humor, and merciless classes. They’re a mancer of Eigengrua, one of the Death Gods and ruler of the Netherealm (a state between existence and non-existence). Orpheus’ signature move is to appear quite literally out of the darkness, supplemented by their Death Glare™️. As unceremonious and blunt as they are, Orpheus’ care for their students is unmistakable, and to hurt one of them is to invite their wrath upon you. Only Orpheus gets to call their students “brats”.
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* EyeColourChange: When a mancer discovers their patron and pledges theirself to them, their eye color changes to match that of their god's color.

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* ColorCodedCharacters: Taken to the extreme and a main part of the story's style. Color Rats are sentient colors whose color palette is entirely monochromatic, while mancers have the eye color of and wear clothing that matches their patron god.

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* SchrodingersGun: Eldritchcore knows just as much about what's happening as the other writers do; they may have a lot of information written down, but no one said that it's in order nor organized.


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* TheSacredDarkness: While the CMXverse follows traditional color meaning and symbolism, this trope is subverted by the switching of the moral connotations of black and white. The color black and the things associated with it represents good, while white and its symbolisms represent evil.

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* TheSacredDarkness: While the CMXverse [=CMXverse=] follows traditional color meaning and symbolism, this that trope is subverted by the switching of the moral connotations of black and white.white, thus bringing in The Sacred Darkness trope. The color black and the things associated with it represents good, while white and its symbolisms represent evil.

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* TheSacredDarkness: While the CMXverse follows traditional color meaning and symbolism, this trope is subverted by the switching of the moral connotations of black and white. The color black and the things associated with it represents good, while white and its symbolisms represent evil.

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