Crepuscule is an ongoing Korean webtoon by Mirchi and Yamchi, and follows the story of Lark Alfen living in an alternate world where monsters live and lead fairly normal lives.The story begins with 5-year old Lark being bullied for his red eyes, which are said to be those of a monster's. Then, one day he meets Setz, a pureblood vampire who shares the same eye color and becomes his friend. When Lark finds out that he is to be sent away, Setz decides to bring Lark back home with him. Of course, the said home is in Crepuscule, where vampires, succubus, ghosts, zombies, and werewolves live, which makes Lark's identity as a human a bit of a problem.Note that there are two versions of the story, with the older, canceled edition being penned by TieRo and muchi.
Carne -> Setz, Setz did care for her deeply though and they were engaged. It was possible for this couple that it would have been subverted, but then Carne died.
Sai -> Bathory, Sai joined the student council for Bathory. She treats him as an annoyance at best
Sia -> Seere, Seere is more focused on Lark then Sia, and he knows it.
Sylvia -> Navarus, Sylvia dedicates her life for him, but realizes he'll never return her feelings because of his wife. Navarus was furious at Sylvia for killing Angela and seems to view her as worthless.
All of the Other Reindeer: Lark, who was bullied for having red eyes. Nergal was also bullied heavily for being a werewolf with no physical strength.
Arranged Marriage: Setz and Karne are in one. Has some shades of Perfectly Arranged Marriage, as Karne does fall in love with Setz, and while Setz's feelings might be more platonic than romantic, he genuinely cares for Karne as well. shame about her powers going berzerk...
Beware the Nice Ones: Karne. Setz as well as a child, once furious enough at Neal that he might've seriously killed him.
The Berserker: Those that fall into a rampage are this. With the added bonus of getting a huge boost in power and blood lust. They died at the end of their rampage though.
Blessed with Suck: Sia has remarkable endurance and low sensitivity to pain. However, his general lack of senses has also led him to finding life to be incredibly dull, hence why he'd rather just sleep all day.
Book Dumb: Lark, who ends up failing all his exams. Once can assume Sai is this as well, as he's failed for three years and is thus still in school.
Broken Bird: As of recent chapters, this seems to be the case with Bathory, though now that she's found Angela, her only surviving relative, she seems to be on the mend. But with Angela's death, she back to broken.
Chekhov's Gunman: That white fox Lark was caring for in the beginning? It's Nergal, the first generation pureblood werewolf who governs the land of the same name.
Conveniently an Orphan: Lark's foster parents weren't exactly nice either which is why he decided to go over to the other world.
Cool Big Sis: Bathory wants to be this to Setz and Lark. They're... not as enthusiastic about the idea.
Darker and Edgier: Part 2 as a whole. Part One was mostly Lark's entering the school. It had its dark moments, but they were usually countered with comedy the next chapter. At the start of Part 2, Angela is killed and it just gets darker from there.
Evil Twin / Super-Powered Evil Side: There's a sinister-looking guy who appears in Lark's dreams that looks exactly like him. He claims to be Vlad Tepes, a powerful vampire who opposed the succubus' dream world idea. Later on, he tells Lark who killed Angela and gives (or unlocks) Lark's powers over light. Strangely, the real Tepes looked nothing like Lark (and is actually a woman).
Friendless Background: Lark, before meeting Setz. Sia, likewise, had no friends before Seere and Lark, due to his personality. For that matter, Setz too, depending on whether or not you count Carne as a 'friend'.
I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Sylvia, Navarius' werewolf subordinate, wants her master's plans to succeed so badly she murders Angela because she thinks she betrayed him.
Idiot Hero: Lark. Jusified, as a human he naturally is weaker than the vampires and wouldn't be able to use their magic. As well as coming from the rural area, his education is no where as extensive as the other students that are members of nobility.
I Just Want to Be Normal: Lark, due to his bullying in the human world, realizes this. An interesting variation in that he lives in the vampire world and in order to fit in with the vampires, he need to be special as a human.
Innocently Insensitive: Lark meant well when he told Setz that he'd actually forgotten about him in a "so don't worry about having abandoned me" way, which Setz knew, but it still hurt him pretty badly.
Irony: Setz hates his dad for being cold and absent without knowing he's taking on tremendous burdens to protect his loved ones; a few years later Setz is doing the exact same thing and he still doesn't understand his father.
Kids Are Cruel: Lark was frequently bullied by other kids for having red eyes.
Kick the Dog: Neal does this repeatedly. Lark begins to indulge it after Angela's death as well, and for that matter, Tepes when she brutally beats up Sia.
Light Is Not Good: the founder that had this power hated humans and wanted to kill them all, since Lark got it he has getting very unnerving to be around
Like Father, Like Son: Setz hates that his father is distant, but it's due to him shouldering responsibilities (including people's lives) so great he doesn't care if he's hated. Of course Setz is already doing the same thing.
Our Vampires Are Different: Vampires were once closer to the typical image of a vampire, but when the race started dying out they began breeding with other demons. The vampiric blood was strong enough to blot out characteristics of the other demons, until they were all considered vampires instead.
Poor Communication Kills: Carne attempts to prove to herself that he'll care for her despite knowing that she killed his mother—except because she worded it vaguely, Setz thought she was talking about his secret and reacted poorly. He then apologized, leading her to think that he was rejecting her, and then, well...
Really 700 Years Old: Bathory is far too old to be a student. Similarly, all first generation characters are this. Neal/Nilvana is apparently much older than he appears too. Arguably Setz, technically he is only 16 but he was in his mother womb for 500 years.
Red Eyes, Take Warning: Red eyes are the sure sign of a vampire in both worlds, and Lark's constant bullying is due to him having red eyes.
Justified because a pact made between humans and vampires made it impossible for humans to have red eyes, and impossible for vampires to breed with humans. Which in turn raises a question about Lark's ancestry, because he can't have red eyes as a human (which he does have) since only vampires can have red eyes, and he is definitely a human (and can't be half-human, half-vampire).
The author had a handy chart of which types of eyes meant what (IE zombies have solid red eyes, werewolves have slitted pupils, ghosts have pinkish eyes) but there's been so much interbreeding it doesn't really matter.
Theme Twin Naming: Millefeuille and Chocolat, the Meil Twins who are part of the Council, are named after sweets.
Time Skip: The first few chapters show Setz and Lark's childhood and meeting, basically acting as a prologue to the main story thereafter.
Took a Level in Jerkass: Ever since Lark gained his ability, he became arrogant, cruel, and completely out of character, as others of noted. He talks down to Setz when he confronts Larks, and even goes so far as to beat up Sia nearly to death. This sudden change has personality may have more to do with Tepes taking control.
He goes back to normal once Tepes backs off. Slightly, at least.
Tranquil Fury: After Lark learns from Tepes who killed Angela and unlocks his light powers, he calmly blows up a building as a demonstration.