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* KillingIntent: Remy unleashes something similar in Chapter Fourteen, rendering Zarah and Orae unable to move - however, it's specifically noted not to affect [[{{Muggle}} Rinet]]

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* KillingIntent: Remy unleashes something similar in Chapter Fourteen, rendering Zarah and Orae unable to move - however, it's specifically noted not to affect [[{{Muggle}} Rinet]]Rinet]], however.

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* KillingIntent: Remy unleashes something similar in Chapter Fourteen, rendering Zarah and Orae unable to move - however, it's specifically noted not to affect [[{{Muggle}} Rinet]]

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* DangerousForbiddenTechnique: [[spoiler: Zarah finally manages to create her own (gold-coloured) ghostlight for the first time in Chapter Seventeen, but it's highly unstable, and violently explodes as soon as she releases it]].
** GoodThingYouCanHeal: [[spoiler: Not only does it explode, but it does so from ''inside her arm'', tearing it to shreds every time she uses it]].
---> [Her hand] had been absolutely ruined, skin and flesh peeled back like a flower unfurling, but it was already starting to stitch itself back together.

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* SoulJar: [[spoiler: Shades]] seem to function something like this - someone drawing on blacklight have been shown to regenerate from extremely lethal wounds, many times in a row, up to and including RemovingTheHeadOrDestroyingTheBrain. Destroying the shade seems to affect their capacity to draw on the blacklight to some extent, but as [[spoiler: Paose]] showed, it's not necessarily an instant-win button.


* OutsideContextProblem: At first, it seems as if blacklight and ghostlight is this for the twins, as it's completely different to Kihri's situation. As they learn more, though, it becomes clear that it's actually ''Kihri'' who's the outside-context problem.

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* OutsideContextProblem: At first, it seems as if blacklight and ghostlight is this for the twins, as it's completely different to Kihri's situation. As they learn more, though, it becomes clear that it's actually the other way around, and ''Kihri'' who's is the outside-context problem.odd one out.


* OurZombiesAreDifferent: [[spoiler: Remy has to consciously remember to breathe, has cold skin, and is utterly impervious to physical harm (at least, so far)]]

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* OurZombiesAreDifferent: [[spoiler: Remy has to consciously remember to breathe, has cold skin, and is utterly impervious to physical harm (at least, so far)]]far)]].
* OutsideContextProblem: At first, it seems as if blacklight and ghostlight is this for the twins, as it's completely different to Kihri's situation. As they learn more, though, it becomes clear that it's actually ''Kihri'' who's the outside-context problem.


* {{Familiar:}} [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.

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* {{Familiar:}} {{Familiar}}: [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.


* [[Familiar:]] [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.

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* [[Familiar:]] {{Familiar:}} [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.


* Familiar: [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.

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* Familiar: [[Familiar:]] [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.

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** ATasteOfTheirOwnMedicine:[[spoiler: Zarah eventually imitates the technique to kill him]].


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* TheDragon: [[spoiler: Paose is the main threat throughout the first book, but he seems to mostly be following along with Yanis's plans and goals]].


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* Familiar: [[spoiler: Luce]] seems to fill this role for Orae - it's mentioned that she has higher-than-average intelligence, enough to understand human language to some degree.


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* OurZombiesAreDifferent: [[spoiler: Remy has to consciously remember to breathe, has cold skin, and is utterly impervious to physical harm (at least, so far)]]


* CompleteMonster: [[spoiler: Paose]] seems to fit the bill, casually committing horrific acts while maintaining a cheery, up-beat disposition.


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-> My nameís Kihri Vyas, and Iím dead. Thatís not really important, it happened ages ago, but itís good to have the context.

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-> My nameís Kihri Vyas, and Iím dead.
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Thatís not really important, it happened ages ago, but itís good to have the context.


blacklight (intentionally lower-case) is a modern fantasy web-serial about family, ghosts, and making the best of a really, really, ''really'' bad situation. It can be read for free [[https://spectrochroma.wordpress.com here]], and updates with ~350 words every M-W-F.

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blacklight (intentionally lower-case) is a modern fantasy web-serial about family, ghosts, and making the best of a really, really, ''really'' bad situation. It can be read for free [[https://spectrochroma.wordpress.com here]], and updates with ~350 ~525 words every M-W-F.
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--> '''Kihri, [[spoiler: being more correct than she knows]]:''' "What, you donít think 'horny land octopus' is a legitimate avenue we should be investigating?"

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--> '''Kihri, [[spoiler: being more correct than she knows]]:''' "What, What, you donít think 'horny land octopus' is a legitimate avenue we should be investigating?"investigating?


* CombatTentacles: [[spoiler: The man in blue]] uses these, to the extent that he uses them to carry him around rather than walking.

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* CombatTentacles: [[spoiler: The man in blue]] Paose]] uses these, to the extent that he uses them to carry him around rather than walking.

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* SwitchToEnglish: Kihri makes Zarah talk with her in Brechtin to try and improve her ability to speak the language, to limited success.

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