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  • Hilarious in Hindsight:
    • Murik cheats to have his horse win races, something that Max Zorin would also be guilty of in A View to a Kill.
    • Much like his fellow Dragon Necros in The Living Daylights, Caber dies by falling after a fight in a cargo plane.
  • The Scrappy: Lavender Peacock doesn't exactly display much to win over readers in her time on-screen. It doesn't help she's half this version of Bond's age and falls in love with him after only a couple of hours knowing his false mercenary persona.
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  • Values Dissonance: Anton Murik's half-brother and Lavender's father was raised by bandits in Italy before coming back to try and take the estate from Anton despite the fact he was also his father's son. The text make it clear the bandit-raised heir is the true one and his descendants should hold the estate.


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