This destiny often involves saving a city, kingdom, or other large group from harm by a powerful villain or a dangerous monster. A somewhat older person, often a minor noble or someone who has recently lost a loved one and has left their previous home in search of a new life this character is also frequently a magician or psychic either overthrows an usurper or saves their kingdom from outside invasion. Such characters are rarely warriors , and normally uncover the plot through a combination of intrigue, luck, and use of their powers. In the course of this adventure, the character typically falls in love and, by the end of the novel or at least by the end of the series, their lover becomes their life-partner.
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Romance | Definition of Romance by Merriam-Webster
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Polyamory is the nonpossessive, honest, responsible and ethical philosophy and practice of loving multiple people simultanously. Polyamory emphasizes consciously choosing how many partners one wishes to be involved with rather than accepting social norms which dictate loving only one person at a time. Polyamory is an umbrella term which integrates traditional mutipartner relationship terms with more evolved egalitarian terms.
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