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30th Jun '16 9:28:53 AM Willbyr
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* Onimaru's last [[TheDragon Dragon]] in {{Yaiba}} was [[MeaningfulName Dark]], the demon of Darkness. He could engulf people in his shadows and send other creatures [[OneHitKill into another dimesion forever]].

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* Onimaru's last [[TheDragon Dragon]] in {{Yaiba}} ''Manga/{{Yaiba}}'' was [[MeaningfulName Dark]], the demon of Darkness. He could engulf people in his shadows and send other creatures [[OneHitKill into another dimesion forever]].
15th Jun '16 7:22:49 PM Doug86
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* The Shaman/Druid and Dark Mage/Sorcerer classes in ''Franchise/FireEmblem'', whose arcane sorcery resemble shadows leaping from the ground or flames of dark energy.

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* The Shaman/Druid and Dark Mage/Sorcerer classes in ''Franchise/FireEmblem'', ''VideoGame/FireEmblem'', whose arcane sorcery resemble shadows leaping from the ground or flames of dark energy.
15th Jun '16 7:08:16 AM Morgenthaler
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* A non-evil example would be Arithon from ''WarsOfLightAndShadow''. He's called the Master of Shadow for a reason, having power of the darkness and anything related to it, while his half-brother is the Lord of Light.

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* A non-evil example would be Arithon from ''WarsOfLightAndShadow''.''Literature/WarsOfLightAndShadow''. He's called the Master of Shadow for a reason, having power of the darkness and anything related to it, while his half-brother is the Lord of Light.



* Melisandre of Asshai in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' is a "shadowbinder", and can create shadow copies of people to perform assassinations, [[spoiler:enabling her to kill King Stannis' [[TheStarscream treacherous]] [[CainAndAbel brother]] [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Renly]] before he can kill Stannis and Ser Cortnay Penrose.]] Her shadow powers are a subset of her [[PlayingWithFire fire-based magic]], because "there can be no shadows without light" and vice-versa.

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* Melisandre of Asshai in ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' ''Literature/ASongOfIceAndFire'' is a "shadowbinder", and can create shadow copies of people to perform assassinations, [[spoiler:enabling her to kill King Stannis' [[TheStarscream treacherous]] [[CainAndAbel brother]] [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Renly]] before he can kill Stannis and Ser Cortnay Penrose.]] Her shadow powers are a subset of her [[PlayingWithFire fire-based magic]], because "there can be no shadows without light" and vice-versa.



* TheKingkillerChronicles has in the Faerie realm a power of shadows, one of whose uses is to weave into a Shaed, a super-cloak made of shadows that can be re-sized at will, among other powers.
* In ''IronCouncil,'' Judah Low creates a golem out of shadow, capable of choking people on its "flesh."

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* TheKingkillerChronicles ''Literature/TheKingkillerChronicles'' has in the Faerie realm a power of shadows, one of whose uses is to weave into a Shaed, a super-cloak made of shadows that can be re-sized at will, among other powers.
* In ''IronCouncil,'' ''Literature/IronCouncil,'' Judah Low creates a golem out of shadow, capable of choking people on its "flesh."
25th Apr '16 9:09:50 AM Quanyails
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* Interestingly, the Death School, while summoning up the undead and draining life from foes, is actually fueled by the casters heroics and courage. In other words, in order to cast Death spells, you need to be willing to face great danger without fear. So basically, yeah, you beat your enemies down with the fact that you have the courage to stand up to them; a trait thought of as good and heroic is the basis for summoning the Grimm Reaper to rip out souls and feed them to you. This is situational irony, that is 'results or reality being quite different from expectations.'
* Shadow magic is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.

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* ** Interestingly, the Death School, while summoning up the undead and draining life from foes, is actually fueled by the casters heroics and courage. In other words, in order to cast Death spells, you need to be willing to face great danger without fear. So basically, yeah, you beat your enemies down with the fact that you have the courage to stand up to them; a trait thought of as good and heroic is the basis for summoning the Grimm Reaper to rip out souls and feed them to you. This is situational irony, that is 'results or reality being quite different from expectations.'
* ** Shadow magic is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.
25th Apr '16 9:09:33 AM Quanyails
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* Interestingly, the Death School in ''VideoGame/{{Wizard 101}}'', while summoning up the undead and draining life from foes, is actually fueled by the casters heroics and courage. In other words, in order to cast Death spells, you need to be willing to face great danger without fear. So basically, yeah, you beat your enemies down with the fact that you have the courage to stand up to them; a trait thought of as good and heroic is the basis for summoning the Grimm Reaper to rip out souls and feed them to you. This is situational irony, that is 'results or reality being quite different from expectations.'

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* Interestingly, the Death School in ''VideoGame/{{Wizard 101}}'', 101}}'':
* Interestingly, the Death School,
while summoning up the undead and draining life from foes, is actually fueled by the casters heroics and courage. In other words, in order to cast Death spells, you need to be willing to face great danger without fear. So basically, yeah, you beat your enemies down with the fact that you have the courage to stand up to them; a trait thought of as good and heroic is the basis for summoning the Grimm Reaper to rip out souls and feed them to you. This is situational irony, that is 'results or reality being quite different from expectations.''
* Shadow magic is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.



* Shadow magic in Videogame/{{Wizard101}} is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.
25th Apr '16 9:07:36 AM Quanyails
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* In the {{Disney/Frozen}} fic Fanfic/SorryAboutTheMess, Anna gains Shadow magic midway through the story in contrast to Elsa's Ice magic

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* In the {{Disney/Frozen}} ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' fic Fanfic/SorryAboutTheMess, ''Fanfic/SorryAboutTheMess'', Anna gains Shadow magic midway through the story in contrast to Elsa's Ice magic magic.
23rd Feb '16 3:50:22 PM GothicProphet
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23rd Feb '16 3:49:41 PM GothicProphet
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* Dr. Facilier in ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog''. At least part of it is thanks to his Friends.
* Pitch Black from ''WesternAnimation/RiseOfTheGuardians''.
19th Feb '16 10:06:36 PM Averagemoe
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* Shadow magic in Videogame/Wizard101 is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.

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* Shadow magic in Videogame/Wizard101 Videogame/{{Wizard101}} is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.
19th Feb '16 10:05:58 PM Averagemoe
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* Shadow magic in Videogame/Wizard101 is said to be the magic of reforming reality. Naturally, the only way to fight someone with a skill that powerful, is to learn it yourself.
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