Nightmare's hands. Hands are a recurring motif in Rebellion. Nightmare's hands, Homura's hands clinging to the mural of Madoka on the wall, Madoka's injured hands when saving Homura, and lastly, Homulilly's back ribbon.
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This picture of soldiers lining up for war parallels with the recurring theme of joining the military to escape one's troubles. Cal Trask believes an individual can shape his own life, and their plans are never set in stone. Through this belief, Cal indirectly leads to his brother's death after he encourages Aron to enlist in the military.
Noble landlords continued their military functions but used trade to improve their living styles. The more complex economy increased landlord-peasant tensions. From then until the nineteenth century, there were recurring struggles between the two groups.
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How did the Nephites Become Weak in Such a Short Time? by Book of Mormon Central | Meridian Magazine - LDSmag.com | War and contention in the land of Zarahemla did not end with the Nephite victories over the forces of Amalickiah and Ammoron toward the end of the book of Alma. In a sadly recurring cycle seen throughout Book of Mormon history, pride, divisiveness, disaffection, sin, wickedness, corruption, and rebellion plagued the Nephites thirty years before the birth of Christ.