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* ''Mysteries of the Obscured'', the stories of the travel correspondent of a [[LuridTalesOfDoom completely reputable paper.]]

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* ''Mysteries of the Obscured'', the stories of the travel correspondent of a [[LuridTalesOfDoom completely reputable paper.]]paper]].



A running theme is the persecution of "Tricksters," worshippers of Jake, god of lies and illusions, who has made an enemy of the other gods, making his cult anathema to all others, with treatment ranging from grudging toleration to summary execution.

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A running theme is the persecution of "Tricksters," "Tricksters", worshippers of Jake, god of lies and illusions, who has made an enemy of the other gods, making his cult anathema to all others, with treatment ranging from grudging toleration to summary execution.



* AccidentalMarriage: Paige's entourage mentioned that due to "tradition," her escort had to be male, pushing Claw into a TwelfthNightAdventure; they failed to mention that [[spoiler:part of the tradition was the escort becoming prince consort when they got home]].
* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: Whilst how bad she is up for debate, it's ''Free Turn's'' main antagonist Miss E who puts an [[KarmicTransformation end]] to cross-through nuisance Gabriel Malach's antics as opposed to ''Loose Change'' protagonist Silphy who's too kind to leave him inconvenienced long enough to learn a lesson.
* BalefulPolymorph: Priests of the God of Change's magic 'can be used for changing anything into anything else'. A specific example of this is Gabriel Malach, who in both stories he's appeared in has [[spoiler:changed the protagonist of that volume into a feral animal.]]

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* AccidentalMarriage: Paige's entourage mentioned mentions that due to "tradition," "tradition", her escort had has to be male, pushing Claw into a TwelfthNightAdventure; they failed TwelfthNightAdventure. They fail to mention that [[spoiler:part of the tradition was is the escort becoming prince consort when they got get home]].
* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: Whilst While how bad she is up for debate, it's ''Free Turn's'' main antagonist Miss E who puts an [[KarmicTransformation end]] to cross-through nuisance Gabriel Malach's antics antics, as opposed to ''Loose Change'' protagonist Silphy Silphy, who's too kind to leave him inconvenienced long enough to learn a lesson.
* BalefulPolymorph: Priests of the God of Change's magic 'can "can be used for changing anything into anything else'. else". A specific example of this is Gabriel Malach, who in both stories he's appeared in has [[spoiler:changed the protagonist of that volume into a feral animal.]]animal]].



* BookEnds: The 2018 Fool's Week story updates start with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with paying a greedy Change Priest for them. They end with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with trying to get them from [[spoiler:greedy Tricksters pretending to be Change Priests.]]

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* BookEnds: The 2018 Fool's Week story updates start with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with with, paying a greedy Change Priest for them. They end with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with with, trying to get them from [[spoiler:greedy Tricksters pretending to be Change Priests.]]Priests]].



** Danni Marble in ''New Game+''

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** Danni Marble in ''New Game+''Game+''.


[[http://dhscomix.com/ DHS Comix]] is a [[TheVerse verse]] of closely related webcomics by Merlin Missingham set in the world of "[=LaRaGa=]."

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[[http://dhscomix.''[[http://dhscomix.com/ DHS Comix]] Comix]]'' is a [[TheVerse verse]] of closely related webcomics by Merlin Missingham set in the world of "[=LaRaGa=]."


* BuryYourGays: Subverted, as the gay in question can infinitely revive.


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%%* PreserveYourGays: Subverted, as the gay in question can infinitely revive. -- ZCE, and wouldn't be an example if everyone has the revive powers

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* ShapeshiftingFailure: Shapeshifters can only stay transformed [[http://dhscomix.com/ocomics/ocomic.php?p=1-06 For a few hours]] before they have to change back to their default form, staying transformed for longer than this makes them ill. Of note is that shapeshifters can any form they chose, while other kinds of shape changes (Mimic's, Were's, Felimara) have only one to three alternative forms, but no apparent time limit.

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* ''Short Shift'', a series of short stories that in some way involve changing and shifting. Updates as full volumes on a non set schedule.


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* BookEnds: The 2018 Fool's Week story updates start with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with paying a greedy Change Priest for them. They end with somebody wanting bigger wings to fly with trying to get them from [[spoiler:greedy Tricksters pretending to be Change Priests.]]

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* BadGuysDoTheDirtyWork: Whilst how bad she is up for debate, it's ''Free Turn's'' main antagonist Miss E who puts an [[KarmicTransformation end]] to cross-through nuisance Gabriel Malach's antics as opposed to ''Loose Change'' protagonist Silphy who's too kind to leave him inconvenienced long enough to learn a lesson.


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* KarmicTransformation: Gabriel Malach is a jerk Change Priest who likes to change people into animals and then demand apologies and money to fix the changes he forced upon them. [[spoiler: He ends up becoming the pet guinea pig of a jerk change potion-maker who demands apologies and money to ''consider'' fixing the changes they trick people into.]]


* ''New Game+'', taking place 50 years after ''Random Encounter,'' the story of a boy caught up in a holy war, a streamlined version of...
** ''New Game'', a CanonDiscontinuity comic about a new crop of DHS students, among them the boy just mentioned.
* ''Way Back Home'', centering on the ghost of a murdered father, with hints toward events leading to DHS's current incarnation.
* ''Daisy''/''Peony'', completed, the backstory of a recurring ''Random Encounter'' character.

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* ''New Game+'', taking place 50 years after ''Random Encounter,'' the story of a boy caught up in a holy war, a streamlined version of...
** ''New Game'', a CanonDiscontinuity comic about a new crop of DHS students, among them the boy just mentioned.
* ''Way Back Home'', centering on the ghost of a murdered father, with hints toward events leading to DHS's current incarnation.
* ''Daisy''/''Peony'', completed, the backstory of a recurring ''Random Encounter'' character.
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* ''Free Turn'', completed, following the misadventures of a youth after being transformed by an annoyed potion-maker, interspersed with single-chapter stories with the common theme of [[TransformationComic transformation]].
* ''Loose Change'', completed, following an inept priestess of the god of change.
* ''Death's Door'', the story of the Death Mage proprietor of an apothecary called "Death's Door", and a strange new person who arrives at her shop one day...


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* ''Fall'', the account of the Trickster God shedding light on the events surrounding his fall from the nine.
* ''Mysteries of the Obscured'', the stories of the travel correspondent of a [[LuridTalesOfDoom completely reputable paper.]]
* ''Darkness Falls'', some years after ''Random Encounter'' several former students attempt to defeat a dark curse.
* ''Death's Door'', hiatus, the story of the Death Mage proprietor of an apothecary called "Death's Door", and a strange new person who arrives at her shop one day...
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* ''New Game+'', taking place 50 years after ''Random Encounter,'' the story of a boy caught up in a holy war, a streamlined version of...
** ''New Game'', a CanonDiscontinuity comic about a new crop of DHS students, among them the boy just mentioned.
* ''Way Back Home'', centering on the ghost of a murdered father, with hints toward events leading to DHS's current incarnation.
* ''Daisy''/''Peony'', the backstory of a recurring ''Random Encounter'' character.
* ''Free Turn'', following the misadventures of a youth after being transformed by an annoyed potion-maker, interspersed with single-chapter stories with the common theme of [[TransformationComic transformation]].
* ''Loose Change'', following an inept priestess of the god of change.
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* BalefulPolymorph: Priests of the God of Change's magic 'can be used for changing anything into anything else'. A specific example of this is Gabriel Malach, who in both stories he's appeared in has [[spoiler:changed the protagonist of that volume into a feral animal.]]


The site also adopted ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' when its author finally gave up on Drunk Duck, but despite frequent cameos in either direction, said comic takes place in a ''very'' different setting.

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The site also adopted ''Webcomic/TheDragonDoctors'' when its author finally gave up on Drunk Duck, Website/TheDuck as host, but despite frequent cameos in either direction, said comic takes place in a ''very'' different setting.

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* WingedHumanoid: Feathries (feather wings), Scalers (bat like wings), Fey (insect like wings), Griffs (feather wings) and
Felimara (bat like wings)and golems (? wings)

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* FlatEarthAtheist: Tish of 'Deaths door' refuses to believe in vampires, despite living in a world with magic, gods and monsters.


[[http://dhscomix.com/ DHS Comix]] is a [[TheVerse verse]] of closely related webcomics by Merlin Missingham set in the world of "[=LaRaGa=]." The flagship comic, ''Random Encounter'', focuses on the students and faculty of Dhark's Hero School, which gives the site its name. Other comics include:

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[[http://dhscomix.com/ DHS Comix]] is a [[TheVerse verse]] of closely related webcomics by Merlin Missingham set in the world of "[=LaRaGa=]." "
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[[caption-width-right:150:the thumbnail of Volume 47 of Random Encounter.]]
The flagship comic, ''Random Encounter'', focuses on the students and faculty of Dhark's Hero School, which gives the site its name. Other comics include:


* Bury Your Gays: Subverted, as the gay in question can infinitely revive.

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* Bury Your Gays: BuryYourGays: Subverted, as the gay in question can infinitely revive.

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* Bury Your Gays: Subverted, as the gay in question can infinitely revive.


* ''Daisy''/''Peony'', the backstory of a recurring ''Random Encounter'' character.

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* ''Daisy''/''Peony'', completed, the backstory of a recurring ''Random Encounter'' character.




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* ''Death's Door'', the story of the Death Mage proprietor of an apothecary called "Death's Door", and a strange new person who arrives at her shop one day...
* ''Dhark's Hero Stories'', which is drawn and written by Rhiannon 'Puyon' Perez-Crooks, will feature the backstories of the incoming students from ''Random Encounter''.



** Daryil from ''Project Future'' plugs himself in as a God of Debauchery. Daryil also appears in ''Way Back Home'' on page 75. Also from Project Future, many characters from Jayhawk Cybernetics appear in Daryil's drumline volume 31. Jakob appears in the end of Volume bonus of Volume 40 and in ''Daisy'' on page 25. Page and Jakob also appear in Trick Tracts 2. Illiath and Daxxon appear as part of the Inquisition in ''Peony''. A Fox Guard and anthropomorphic Panther appears in ''Way Back Home''. Simeon Kaye appears in ''New Game+'', page 108.

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** Daryil from ''Project Future'' plugs himself in as a God of Debauchery. Daryil also appears in ''Way Back Home'' on page 75. Also from Project Future, many characters from Jayhawk Cybernetics appear in Daryil's drumline volume 31. Jakob appears in the end of Volume bonus of Volume 40 and in ''Daisy'' on page 25. Page and Jakob also appear in Trick Tracts 2. Illiath and Daxxon appear as part of the Inquisition in ''Peony''. A Fox Guard and anthropomorphic Panther appears in ''Way Back Home''. Simeon Kaye appears in ''New Game+'', page 108. Kamdan appears in page 16 of ''Death's Door'' a a customer.



** The Scout from ''Heads you Lose'' appears in Peony as a Trickster. Also from ''Heads you Lose'' is Mary Backbreaker who appears in the Hero's Guild.

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** Another character who belongs to CubiKistune, Raxuno appears as a customer in ''Death's Door'' on page 6.
** The Scout from ''Heads you Lose'' appears in Peony as a Trickster. Also from ''Heads you Lose'' is Erich and Crake appear as Gardenian Guards in Volume 43 of Random Encounter.
** From ''The Axe Man Cometh'', another comic of Tapewolf's,
Mary Backbreaker who appears in ''Peony'' as a member of the Hero's Guild.



** Though their appearances were adapted to fit in with the environment, Locke and Rosa from ''High School Changed Me!'' appear as town guards in ''Free Turn''.

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** Though their appearances were adapted to fit in with the environment, Locke Speedball's characters, Pix and Rosa from ''High School Changed Me!'' Mina appear as town guards officers in ''Free Turn''.''Death's Door'' on page 13.

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