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* BlackAndGrayMorality: The Knights are violent werewolves whose first reaction to most problems is to [[MurderIsTheBestSolution start killing people]] regardless of if they are magic users or innocent victims being used by magic, sometimes decide whether or not to kill people with beer pong, and are perfectly willing to let an innocent child become a HumanSacrifice because it's the wrong child and would cause the ritual to fail. However, they are up against The Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose who routinely abuse magic for their own gain, brainwash people to cover up their crimes, sacrifice non-magical people to perform spells or use them as experiments for untested magic, and manipulate politics and economies to fatten their own wallets.

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* BlackAndGrayMorality: The Knights are violent werewolves whose first reaction to most problems is to [[MurderIsTheBestSolution start killing people]] regardless of if they are magic users or innocent victims being used by magic, sometimes decide whether or not to kill people with beer pong, and some are perfectly willing to let an innocent child become a HumanSacrifice because it's the wrong child and would cause the (world-destroying) ritual to fail. However, they are up against The Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose who routinely abuse magic for their own gain, brainwash people to cover up their crimes, sacrifice non-magical people to perform spells or use them as experiments for untested magic, and manipulate politics and economies to fatten their own wallets.



* FearlessFool: His recklessness isn't considered a positive quality by the rest of the Knights of Saint Christopher, but it is a useful one at times.

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* FearlessFool: His Downplayed. He is perfectly aware of the dangers he exposes himself to, he just doesn’t ‘’care,’’ considering the sacrifice worth it. However, his recklessness isn't considered a positive quality by the rest of the Knights of Saint Christopher, but it is a useful one at times.


* BrokenPedestal: Edward Coventry. She idolosies the man, defends his actions and has plenty of MentorShip with him. However, when he orders her to murder Vera and bring him his son Maddox to be a HumanSacrifice she finally realises he's crossed the MoralEventHorizon.

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* BrokenPedestal: Edward Coventry. She idolosies the man, defends his actions and has plenty of MentorShip with feelings for him. However, when he orders her to murder Vera and bring him his son Maddox to be a HumanSacrifice she finally realises he's crossed the MoralEventHorizon.



* MentorShip: Downplayed. She starts as Jack's tutor in the Order, but quickly relinquishes this responsibility to help Edward with the ''Vade Maecum'', and because of the UST between her and Jack. She's no longer his official tutor when they start their relationship, but she informally instructs him a few times.



* SurprisinglySuddenDeath: The finale of Season Two. She's gotten the ''Fors Factorum'' from Vera, has closed the Apocalypse Eruption, and is leaving the Temple to bring magic to the masses. . . when Midnight pops up and tears her throat out.

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* SurprisinglySuddenDeath: The finale of Season Two. She's gotten the ''Fors Factorum'' from Vera, has closed the Apocalypse Eruption, and is leaving the Temple to bring magic to the masses. . . masses...when Midnight pops up and tears her throat out.out.
* TeacherStudentRomance: Downplayed. She starts as Jack's tutor in the Order, but quickly relinquishes this responsibility to help Edward with the ''Vade Maecum'', and because of the UST between her and Jack. She's no longer his official tutor when they start their relationship, but she informally instructs him a few times.

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* CasualDangerDialogue: When he is captured, he initially casually talks back to his captors and apparently at one point shared a Rice Krispie treat recipe instead of spilling valuable information.


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* DirtyCommunists: While Praxis itself is a more anarchist left group, Foley is implied to be a more traditional Marxist-Leninist based on his residence-he has a positive political biography of Stalin on his bookshelf for instance. And he is depicted as generally unpleasant even if he is in theory a WellIntentionedExtremist.

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Jack's roommate who is also a [[spoiler:golem.]]


* Faction Motto: "Silence. Subservience. Observance."

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* Faction Motto: FactionMotto: "Silence. Subservience. Observance."


The leader of the Knights, and a teaching assistant (of Philosophy, and possibly some Art) at Belgrave University.

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The leader of the Knights, and a Philosophy teaching assistant (of Philosophy, and possibly some Art) at Belgrave University.



* Faction Motto: "Silence. Subservience. Observance."



A member of the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose's West Coast chapter who transfers to Belgrave University in Season 2 to act a Lilith's handler.

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A member of the Hermetic Order of the Blue Rose's West Coast chapter who transfers to Belgrave University as an Art History student in Season 2 to act a Lilith's handler.


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* UncannyVillage: Seems like a utopian agricultural society of mages, but their also a creepy cult-like HiveMind.


* BrassBalls: Literally called "The Fearless One", his name implies that the werewolf is literally incapable of feeling fear.
* NervesOfSteel: Both the hide and their selected champion are good under pressure, able to keep stay in high spirits and fight on in the face of adversity.

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* BrassBalls: Literally called "The Fearless One", his One". His name implies that the werewolf is literally incapable of feeling fear.
fear, however, his encounter with Rogwan - the demon Emperor of Fear - proves otherwise.
* NervesOfSteel: Both the hide and their selected champion are good under pressure, able to keep stay in high spirits and fight on in the face of adversity.


* BitchInSheepsClothing: To Hamish. In Season 2, she is keeping his brainwashed through magic whilst posing as his girlfriend.

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* BitchInSheepsClothing: To Hamish. In Season 2, she is keeping his brainwashed through magic whilst posing as his girlfriend.friend.

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* AbusiveParents: Maybe? When she bonds with Midnight and dives into the Collective Unconscious, Kyle tries to convince her to take up Midnight's job of neutralizing Silverback by killing Jack. Gabrielle doesn't want to go along with it, so her father shows up to berate her for being useless and stupid. Her father is, apparently, actually dead at this point, since only dead people show up in the Collective Unconscious (unless you're "near death" and travel there), and mentions that "I should have left the money to your sister." Based on Gabrielle's responses, this behavior isn't out of character for her father, and they don't seem to have had a very warm or healthy relationship.


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* WellDoneDaughterGirl: Based on the brief interaction with her father in the Collective Unconsious, a lot of her issues stem from her never having earned her father's approval, respect, or love.


* AmbiguouslyBi: In Season One, she freaks out about Alyssa erasing her memories ''very'' strongly.
-->'''Lilith:''' "Who did this to him? Was it that bitch Alyssa? Whom I loved once. (''{{Beat}}'') Like a sister, you perverts."
** In Season Two, she develops a thing for Nicole, her female Order handler. But this may or may not be due to Nicole having an expressed interest in her and routinely screwing with Lilith's memories.



* BiTheWay: Confirmed in season 2 when she develops feelings for Nicole [[spoiler: even after getting her memories back]] and in season 1 she confessed feelings she had for [[spoiler: Randall]]

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*TokenGoodTeammate: For the Order, she is by far their kindest member, which is admitedly a low bar but still her genuine reluctance and guilt are noticeable.


* Determinator: She doesn't give up on finding a way to [[Spoiler: save Lilith from hell]] working tirelessly to do so.

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* Determinator: TheDeterminator: She doesn't give up on finding a way to [[Spoiler: [[spoiler: save Lilith from hell]] working tirelessly to do so.

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