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* ColorCodedWizardry: Though it is called the Darkness, it naturally adapts to the user's Soul and changes the color from there. Embry for instance who has red magic, Zoe has purple, and Yin's becomes pink.

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* ColorCodedWizardry: Though it is Although it's called the Darkness, it naturally adapts to the user's Soul and changes the color from there. Embry Embry, for instance who instance, has red magic, Zoe has purple, and Yin's becomes pink.



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* EvilAlbino: Embry is the mystical variant of albino with [[MysticalWhiteHair white hair]], incredibly white skin, flushes of silver along her cheeks and neck, and GreenEyes with silvery eyelashes.

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* EvilAlbino: Embry is the mystical variant of albino with [[MysticalWhiteHair white hair]], incredibly white skin, flushes of silver along her cheeks and neck, and GreenEyes green eyes with silvery eyelashes.


* DarkIsEvil: The Darkness is the magic witches use and is their designated birthplace. Though it being truly evil or not is fairly debatable. [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy But Embry seems fairly aware of the connection dark has with evil]] and thus lies to Yin that the magic she now has [[LightIsGood is actually the Light.]]

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* DarkIsEvil: The Darkness is the magic witches use and is their designated birthplace. Though it being truly evil or not is fairly debatable. [[DangerouslyGenreSavvy But Embry seems fairly aware of the connection dark has with evil]] evil and thus lies to Yin that the magic she now has [[LightIsGood is actually the Light.]]


''Royal Heights'' is a ScienceFantasy [[CrossOver crossover]] about the school of lives of seven children from three different dimensions. These dimensions being the shows YinYangYo, WesternAnimation/InvaderZim, and ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera. Though these aren't actually shows, actually parts of a much broader subject and...well, we'll get to that later. From these dimensions are the children Yin, Yang, Yuck, Zim, Dib, Manny, and Frida who eventually cross paths due to selective dorm arrangement and a specially arranged class known as Utopian Resources.

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''Royal Heights'' is a ScienceFantasy [[CrossOver crossover]] about the school of lives of seven children from three different dimensions. These dimensions being the shows YinYangYo, WesternAnimation/YinYangYo, WesternAnimation/InvaderZim, and ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera.WesternAnimation/ElTigre. Though these aren't actually shows, actually parts of a much broader subject and...well, we'll get to that later. From these dimensions are the children Yin, Yang, Yuck, Zim, Dib, Manny, and Frida who eventually cross paths due to selective dorm arrangement and a specially arranged class known as Utopian Resources.


''Royal Heights'' is a ScienceFantasy [[CrossOver crossover]] about the school of lives of seven children from three different dimensions. These dimensions being the shows YinYangYo, InvaderZim, and ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera. Though these aren't actually shows, actually parts of a much broader subject and...well, we'll get to that later. From these dimensions are the children Yin, Yang, Yuck, Zim, Dib, Manny, and Frida who eventually cross paths due to selective dorm arrangement and a specially arranged class known as Utopian Resources.

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''Royal Heights'' is a ScienceFantasy [[CrossOver crossover]] about the school of lives of seven children from three different dimensions. These dimensions being the shows YinYangYo, InvaderZim, WesternAnimation/InvaderZim, and ElTigreTheAdventuresOfMannyRivera. Though these aren't actually shows, actually parts of a much broader subject and...well, we'll get to that later. From these dimensions are the children Yin, Yang, Yuck, Zim, Dib, Manny, and Frida who eventually cross paths due to selective dorm arrangement and a specially arranged class known as Utopian Resources.


* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: Upon the lack of success the Elite makes with the second Volunteer Plan, Zim suggests that they try to shout the students into respecting them which Yuck doesn't seriously at all.

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* ThisIsForEmphasisBitch: Upon the lack of success the Elite makes with the second Volunteer Plan, Zim suggests that they try to shout the students into respecting them which Yuck doesn't take seriously at all.



** As of late [[spoiler: Visitation provides the truth behind Yin and Yang's mother and that Embry was the one to take care of her before Jade left to be a mother and wife.]]

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** As of late [[spoiler: Visitation "Visitation" provides the truth behind Yin and Yang's mother and that Embry was the one to take care of her before Jade left to be a mother and wife.]]


* NotMeThisTime: [[spoiler: Subverted. When the Elite try to decepher who could have murdered the Headmaster, they don't suspect Zim and Yuck, the only real villainous members, since they believe they're too apathetic to even bother. This ends up leaving them scotch free as they actually 'did take part in her death.]]

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* NotMeThisTime: [[spoiler: Subverted. When the Elite try to decepher who could have murdered the Headmaster, they don't suspect Zim and Yuck, the only real villainous members, since they believe they're too apathetic to even bother. This ends up leaving them scotch free as they actually 'did ''did'' take part in her death.]]

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* ChristmasEpisode: Primarily "Reddish-X-Mas" which takes place on Christmas Day (and is even the twenty fifth chapter) in which a party is taking place while [[spoiler: Zoe, Yuck and Zim voyage to the Headmaster's secret quarters to murder her.]]


* StoryArc: All arcs are seperated by a change in season.

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* StoryArc: All arcs are seperated by a change in season. season and span to about thirteen chapters each until transitioning into the next set of months.


* StoryArc

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* StoryArcStoryArc: All arcs are seperated by a change in season.


* PrettyButterflies: A recurring motif for The Mother's presence are golden butterflies that appear for their own reasons.

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* PrettyButterflies: A recurring motif for The Mother's presence are golden butterflies that appear for their own reasons.reasons though it's become more apparent to be linked to a ButterflyOfDeathAndRebirth.


* NotMeThisTime: Subverted. When the Elite try to decepher who could have [[spoiler: murdered the Headmaster,]] they don't suspect Zim and Yuck, the only real villainous members, since they believe they're too apathetic to even bother. [[spoiler: This ends up leaving them scotch free as they actually 'did take part in her death.]]

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* NotMeThisTime: [[spoiler: Subverted. When the Elite try to decepher who could have [[spoiler: have murdered the Headmaster,]] Headmaster, they don't suspect Zim and Yuck, the only real villainous members, since they believe they're too apathetic to even bother. [[spoiler: This ends up leaving them scotch free as they actually 'did take part in her death.]]


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