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** UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Part of Rook's backstory.


%%* HeroesWantRedheads: Asa, eventually.



* RedHeadedHero: Rook.
** HeroesWantRedheads: Asa, eventually.


* AscendedExtra: Rook and Isa, oddly enough. They were originally the villains to a more wholesome set of heroes, but the dynamic between the heroes was boring compared to the villains', and the original heroes were eventually set aside.

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* AscendedExtra: Rook and Isa, Asa, oddly enough. They were originally the villains to a more wholesome set of heroes, but the dynamic between the heroes was boring compared to the villains', and the original heroes were eventually set aside.



* InterspeciesRomance: Eventually for Rook and Isa. However, these are generally frowned upon, for... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enumclaw_horse_sex_case various reasons]]. (Not to mention in this case, PoliticallyCorrectHistory is averted, with homosexual relationships frowned upon.)

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* InterspeciesRomance: Eventually for Rook and Isa.Asa. However, these are generally frowned upon, for... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enumclaw_horse_sex_case various reasons]]. (Not to mention in this case, PoliticallyCorrectHistory is averted, with homosexual relationships frowned upon.)



* VillainProtagonist: Isa and Rook are not entirely good people.

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* VillainProtagonist: Isa Asa and Rook are not entirely good people.

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* YaoiGenre


* AscendedExtra: Rook and Isa, oddly enough. They were originally the villains to a more wholesome set of heroes, but the heroes were boring and were eventually set aside.

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* AscendedExtra: Rook and Isa, oddly enough. They were originally the villains to a more wholesome set of heroes, but the dynamic between the heroes were was boring compared to the villains', and the original heroes were eventually set aside.aside.
** DemotedToExtra: The orginal heroes, by extension.



* BestialityIsDepraved: Human/centaur and centaur/horse relations are frowned upon.



* FantasticArousal: The horse chest, withers, where their (human) hips would be, and backs/shoulders/necks are more sensitive in centaurs.



* FantasticSlurs: “ape,” “hoofless,” “soft-footed” and “monkey” get thrown around from centaurs to humans, in addition to references to, ahem, [[BiggusDickus anatomy]].
* HandsomeLech: Asa.
* HalfHumanHybrid: Averted. If conception is even achieved in the first place, there are plenty of birth defects and complications that complicate matters.



** UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Part of Rook's backstory.

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** UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Part of Rook's backstory.backstory.
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* FantasticRacism: Human-versus-centaur racism does exist.


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* SmokingIsCool: Asa.

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* TheHedonist: Asa aims to be rich so he can live in luxury. His other long-term plans? Well, uh...
* InterspeciesRomance: Eventually for Rook and Isa. However, these are generally frowned upon, for... [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Enumclaw_horse_sex_case various reasons]]. (Not to mention in this case, PoliticallyCorrectHistory is averted, with homosexual relationships frowned upon.)
** MalignedMixedMarriage
* {{Jerkass}}: Also Asa.

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->''My name is James Rook, and I'm a wanted man. 800 dollars, dead or alive. To be completely honest with you... this ain't where I expected life to take me. As to how it happened, well – a few years ago, my main career option was a position as secretary to a certain steel magnate. He's the one on my back. 'Getaway vehicle' was NOT in the job description.''
-->-- '''Rook''', ''opening narration''

A webcomic by Tumblr user [[http://www.starlock.tumblr.com starlock]], ''[[http://hotbloodcomic.com/ Hotblood!]]'', a webcomic with [[OurCentaursAreDifferent centaurs]] set in TheWildWest, follows the tale of James Rook, a [[UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar US civil war]] veteran centaur, and Asa Langley, steel industry icon and Rook's employer.

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!! Hotblood! contains examples of:

* AscendedExtra: Rook and Isa, oddly enough. They were originally the villains to a more wholesome set of heroes, but the heroes were boring and were eventually set aside.
* AllThereInTheManual: The [[http://hotbloodwest.tumblr.com/ behind-the-scenes blog]] regularly mentions bits of world-building info.
* AlternateHistory: Some historical figures have been replaced with centaurs with equivalent roles.
* OurCentaursAreDifferent: They have a culture and set of norms of their own, though where humans and centaurs live side-by-side, the centaurs may copy some of the behaviour of humans.
* RedHeadedHero: Rook.
** HeroesWantRedheads: Asa, eventually.
* ValuesDissonance: Rook was born the son of a slaveowner, and never questioned it growing up. He's more conflicted about it now, but still racist (to the point where ''Asa'' needs to call him out on it). Asa, meanwhile, does not approve of slavery... but mostly because he can't stand the idea of people's liberty taken away from them, not out of morality.
* VillainProtagonist: Isa and Rook are not entirely good people.
* TheWildWest: Obviously.
** UsefulNotes/TheAmericanCivilWar: Part of Rook's backstory.

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