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** Theresa Sutton is viewed as an annoying airhead who is willing to stab Clara in the back at any time for a chance to have a hot gossip, or a naive young lady who has to keep a good image in a shallow engagement with Edmund Malcaster. Players are divided between treating her nicely or not, despite knowing that being friendly with her gives benefits in the story.

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** Theresa Sutton is viewed as an annoying airhead who is willing to stab Clara in the back at any time for a chance to have a hot gossip, or a naive young lady who has to keep a good image in a shallow engagement with Edmund Malcaster. Players are divided between treating her nicely or not, despite knowing that being friendly with her gives benefits in the story. She has gained admirers in Book 3 Chapter 9, when she chastised Felicity Holloway and Donna Bowman for mocking Lady Lavinia during her wedding to Viscount Westonly.


** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this for treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. He's also hated for [[UngratefulBastard not caring about his own half-brother Edmund, who helped him fake his death, when the latter gets mistreated by their mother]]. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].

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** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this for treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. He's also hated for [[UngratefulBastard not caring about his own half-brother Edmund, who helped him fake his death, when the latter gets mistreated by their mother]]. To many, this these depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].


** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story because they're attached to the love interests and are excited to get married to the love interest of their choosing. They also point out that Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary because the second book's finale concludes the Duke Richards arc by exposing his crimes to the Queen, felt that the wedding affairs are best wrapped up in one chapter, and Gideon should've been arrested alongside the duke.
** By Book 3, players are divided whether or not to improve Clara's relationship with [[spoiler:her half-brother Harry]]. Some refuse to do so and want him kicked out along with Henrietta for his {{Jerkass}} behavior towards Clara. Others choose to continue doing so based on the belief that it will provide necessary CharacterDevelopment for [[spoiler:Harry]] and give Clara a crucial ally against Henrietta.

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** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story because they're attached to the love interests and are excited to get married to the love interest of their choosing. They also point out that Gideon Payne [[spoiler:Gideon Payne]] is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary because the second book's finale concludes the Duke Richards arc by exposing his crimes to the Queen, felt that the wedding affairs are best wrapped up in one chapter, and Gideon [[spoiler:Gideon]] should've been arrested alongside the duke.
** By Book 3, players are divided whether or not to improve Clara's relationship with [[spoiler:her half-brother Harry]]. Some refuse to do so and want him kicked out along with Henrietta for his {{Jerkass}} behavior towards Clara. Others choose to continue doing so based on the belief that it will provide necessary CharacterDevelopment for [[spoiler:Harry]] and give Clara a crucial ally against Henrietta.Henrietta [[spoiler:and Gideon]].



* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Many fans felt that the ending of Book 1 (where Clara is forcibly engaged to Duke Richards) was less interesting than if it had ended with Clara becoming Countess of Edgewater with Ernest Sinclaire, Prince Hamid, or Bartholomew Chambers as her fiancé because it would have allowed players to explore the challenges of being in a position of authority and a more holistic view of the Regency era.

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* TheyWastedAPerfectlyGoodPlot: Many fans players felt that the ending of Book 1 (where Clara is forcibly engaged to Duke Richards) was less interesting than if it had ended with Clara becoming Countess of Edgewater with Ernest Sinclaire, Prince Hamid, or Bartholomew Chambers as her fiancé because it would have allowed players to explore the challenges of being in a position of authority and a more holistic view of the Regency era.


** The relationship between Bartholomew Chambers and Yusuf Konevi, despite being an EnsembleDarkhorse, has spades of this. While many players applaud their relationship despite same sex relationships being taboo in the Regency Era, there are some who worry that it's unrealistic to have openly gay characters kissing in public without much worry for the same reason.

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** The relationship between Bartholomew Chambers and Yusuf Konevi, despite being an EnsembleDarkhorse, has spades of this. While many players applaud their relationship despite same sex relationships being taboo in the Regency Era, there are some a few who worry that it's unrealistic to have openly gay characters kissing in public without much worry for the same reason.



** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story, especially since Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of the second book featured Duke Richardsí crimes being exposed to the Queen, and felt that Gideon should've been arrested alongside the duke.

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** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story, especially since story because they're attached to the love interests and are excited to get married to the love interest of their choosing. They also point out that Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of because the second book featured book's finale concludes the Duke Richardsí Richards arc by exposing his crimes being exposed to the Queen, and felt that the wedding affairs are best wrapped up in one chapter, and Gideon should've been arrested alongside the duke.


** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this since treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. He's also hated for [[UngratefulBastard not caring about his own half-brother Edmund, who covered his death up for him, when the latter gets mistreated by their mother]]. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].

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** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this since for treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. He's also hated for [[UngratefulBastard not caring about his own half-brother Edmund, who covered helped him fake his death up for him, death, when the latter gets mistreated by their mother]]. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].


** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story, especially since Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of the second book featured Duke Richardsí crimes being exposed to the Queen.

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** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story, especially since Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of the second book featured Duke Richardsí crimes being exposed to the Queen.Queen, and felt that Gideon should've been arrested alongside the duke.


** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this since treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].

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** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this since treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. He's also hated for [[UngratefulBastard not caring about his own half-brother Edmund, who covered his death up for him, when the latter gets mistreated by their mother]]. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].


** The series as a whole. On one hand, it has a decent fanbase who enjoy the characters and story. On the other hand, there are a number of people who avoid the story because they dislike the Regency era and dismiss the romance-based story boring.


** By Book 3, players are divided whether or not to improve Clara's relationship with [[spoiler:her half-brother Harry]]. Some refuse to do so and want him kicked out along with Henrietta for his {{Jerkass}} behavior towards Clara. Others choose to continue doing so based on the belief that it will provide necessary CharacterDevelopment for [[spoiler:Harry]] and give Clara a crucial ally against Henrietta.



** Briar Daly's mother Pavarti is widely popular for her protectiveness of Clara, whom she treats as a surrogate daughter given how close Clara and Briar's families are since childhood.



** [[spoiler:Clara's half-brother Viscount Harry becomes this since treating his half-sister rudely, accusing her of vicious rumors coming from Henrietta, and trying to seize Edgewater from her. To many, this depict him as a MommasBoy and an even bigger ExtremeDoormat than Edmund Marlcaster]].



** The skill room in Book 1 is this for a lot of readers, since not only collecting talents to be an ďaccomplished ladyĒ comes off as shallow, many readers think that the plot started to get better the moment the room went OutOfFocus to make way for more important elements like character development and context.

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** The skill room in Book 1 is this for a lot of readers, since not only collecting talents to be an ďaccomplished ladyĒ comes off as shallow, many readers think that the plot started to get better the moment the room went OutOfFocus to make way for more important elements like character development and context. The items collected from the parlor collection play no role in Book 2, rendering it utterly useless to many.


* TheWoobie: Ernest Sinclaire. [[spoiler:His wife [[GoldDigger married him for his money]], [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on him for Duke Richards]], and [[DeathByChildbirth died giving birth to the dukeís child]].]] These events turned him into a cynical man. It gets even worse if he's Clara's love interest. He spends much of his screen time seeing the woman he love forcibly engaged to the man who stole his wife, and he gets injured during a duel with said man. [[HopeSpot The engagement was finally called off and he can finally propose to Clara]], only for his estate to burn down even if he's not engaged to Clara.

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* TheWoobie: Ernest Sinclaire. [[spoiler:His wife [[GoldDigger married him for his money]], [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on him for Duke Richards]], and [[DeathByChildbirth died giving birth to the dukeís child]].]] These events turned him into a cynical man. It gets even worse if he's Clara's love interest. He spends much of his screen time seeing the woman he love forcibly engaged to the man who stole his wife, and he gets injured during a duel with said man. [[HopeSpot The engagement was finally called off and he can finally propose to Clara]], only for his [[spoiler:his estate to burn down down]] even if he's not engaged to Clara.


* TheWoobie: Ernest Sinclaire. [[spoiler:His wife [[GoldDigger married him for his money]], [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on him for Duke Richards]], and [[DeathByChildbirth died giving birth to the dukeís child]].]] These events turned him into a cynical man.

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* TheWoobie: Ernest Sinclaire. [[spoiler:His wife [[GoldDigger married him for his money]], [[YourCheatingHeart cheated on him for Duke Richards]], and [[DeathByChildbirth died giving birth to the dukeís child]].]] These events turned him into a cynical man. It gets even worse if he's Clara's love interest. He spends much of his screen time seeing the woman he love forcibly engaged to the man who stole his wife, and he gets injured during a duel with said man. [[HopeSpot The engagement was finally called off and he can finally propose to Clara]], only for his estate to burn down even if he's not engaged to Clara.


* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: After Earl Vincent finally meets his long-lost daughter Clara from the woman he loved but was forced apart by his father, he immediately aacepts her as his daughter and spends his entire screen time bonding with her. This crosses into TearJerker territory, when he dies with Clara by his side and the satisfaction that he managed to make up lost time with her.
* HoYay: In Book 2 Chapter 8, Henrietta told Clara that Duke Richards and Sir Gideon snuck away after the ball and didn't return until morning, which can be interpreted in a suggestive manner.

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* SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: After Earl Vincent finally meets his long-lost daughter Clara from the woman he loved but was forced apart by his father, he immediately aacepts accepts her as his daughter and spends his entire screen time bonding with her. This crosses into TearJerker territory, when he dies with Clara by his side and side, the satisfaction that he managed to make up lost time with her.
her, and the reassurance that he'll be reunited with Mary.
* HoYay: In Book 2 Chapter 8, Henrietta told Clara that Duke Richards and Sir Gideon snuck sneaked away after the ball and didn't return until morning, which can be interpreted in a suggestive manner.manner.
* MemeticMutation: Since the [[spoiler:Ledford Park fire]] in Book 3 Chapter 1, players joke that because of Pixelberry's tendency to force players to pay diamonds for high-quality things, [[spoiler:Ledford Park]] will be restored to its former glory as a premium option or rebuilt as a rickety shack for free.


** Edmund Marlcaster after he was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap. Some players like him for standing up to his mother, his fondness for his stepfather and half-father, and slowly befriending Clara if she's consistently nice towards him. Others dislike him for playing Theresa Sutton and Briar Daly.

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** Edmund Marlcaster after he was RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap. Some players like him for standing up to his mother, his fondness for his stepfather and half-father, half-brother, and slowly befriending Clara if she's consistently nice towards him. Others dislike him for playing Theresa Sutton and Briar Daly.


* HeartwarmingMoments: After Earl Vincent finally meets his long-lost daughter Clara from the woman he loved but was forced apart by his father, he immediately aacepts her as his daughter and spends his entire screen time bonding with her. This crosses into TearJerker territory, when he dies with Clara by his side and the satisfaction that he managed to make up lost time with her.

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* HeartwarmingMoments: SugarWiki/HeartwarmingMoments: After Earl Vincent finally meets his long-lost daughter Clara from the woman he loved but was forced apart by his father, he immediately aacepts her as his daughter and spends his entire screen time bonding with her. This crosses into TearJerker territory, when he dies with Clara by his side and the satisfaction that he managed to make up lost time with her.


** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story while another believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of the second book featured Duke Richardsí crimes being exposed to the Queen.

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** People are split on whether a third book is necessary. One group is ecstatic that there will be more of the story while another story, especially since Gideon Payne is still at large. Another group believes that itís unnecessary given that the finale of the second book featured Duke Richardsí crimes being exposed to the Queen.


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* HeartwarmingMoments: After Earl Vincent finally meets his long-lost daughter Clara from the woman he loved but was forced apart by his father, he immediately aacepts her as his daughter and spends his entire screen time bonding with her. This crosses into TearJerker territory, when he dies with Clara by his side and the satisfaction that he managed to make up lost time with her.

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