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* EyeScream: As part of his investigation, Adam has to retrieve the mechanical eye of [[spoiler:Don Wilder]], which is of a special variant that allows it to record whatever the wearer sees. He then has to remove one of his own eyes and ''pop the other one in''. It's just as disturbing as it sounds.


'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an {{Interquel}} novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati. Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''.

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'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an {{Interquel}} novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise.''Franchise/DeusExUniverse''. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati. Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''.


'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Interquel Interquel]] novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati. Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''.

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'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Interquel Interquel]] {{Interquel}} novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati. Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''.


* BackFromTheDead: Jensen appears to be this to everyone who assumed him dead after he visited Panchea.

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* BackFromTheDead: Jensen appears to be this to everyone who assumed him dead after he visited Panchea.Panchaea.



* OneManArmy: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann, who has been rebuilt into an ogre, is certainly this trope in full effect. For your information, ogres aren't classified as people but as lethal weapons by the United Nations, and their existence outside of national armed forces and certain corporate military contractors is considered illegal.]]

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* OneManArmy: [[spoiler: OneManArmy:
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Gunther Hermann, who has been rebuilt into an ogre, is certainly this trope in full effect. For your information, ogres aren't classified as people but as lethal weapons by the United Nations, and their existence outside of national armed forces and certain corporate military contractors is considered illegal.]]



* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne with his [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/Typhoon_Explosive_System Typhoon Augmentation]] in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.

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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Adam [[spoiler:Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne with his [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/Typhoon_Explosive_System Typhoon Augmentation]] in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.]]

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* AllForNothing: Adam Jensen sent out a signal from Panchea but the Illuminati spent the next year manipulating the media to turn it into just one of many theories.


* NotHelpingYourCase: A small example with Alex Vega who points out the Juggernaut Collective took down Belltower. They only took down Belltower because Adam Jensen did all of the legwork. She's clearly not aware of this while the man at her side, Quincy, certainly is.

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* NotHelpingYourCase: A small example with Alex Vega who points out the Juggernaut Collective took down Belltower. They only took down Belltower because Adam Jensen did all of the legwork. She's clearly not aware of this while the man at her side, Quincy, Quinn, certainly is.is.
* OneManArmy: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann, who has been rebuilt into an ogre, is certainly this trope in full effect. For your information, ogres aren't classified as people but as lethal weapons by the United Nations, and their existence outside of national armed forces and certain corporate military contractors is considered illegal.]]
** Adam Jensen comes off as one in the book too.



* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne with his Typhoon Augmentation in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.

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* TeethClenchedTeamwork: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann, while being subordinate to Agent Thorne, doesn't agree with quite a few of her orders, especially when it comes to killing Adam Jensen (There's a possibility that he had been informed by the illumanti not to kill him), and bluntly tells her that she would be held responsible for disobeying orders.]]
* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne with his [[http://deusex.wikia.com/wiki/Typhoon_Explosive_System Typhoon Augmentation Augmentation]] in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.


* TheDragon: Jenna Thorne serves as this to the Illuminati in the game, though is more CoDragons with [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann]]

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* TheDragon: Jenna Thorne serves as this to the Illuminati in the game, though is more CoDragons with answering to them directly and having [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann]]Hermann as a subordinate.]]



* TheHeavy: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up and rolls over everyone he encounters, even Jensen.]]

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* TheHeavy: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up and rolls over everyone he encounters, even Jensen. He's also subordinate to Agent Thorne.]]



* ScrewThisImOuttaHere: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann sees Jensen is going to crash the train they're on, so he departs out the door.]]



* TheScapegoat: [[spoiler: Raye Vande is blamed for Task Force 29 being led into an ambush. Jensen knows this isn't true but goes along with it since he has no proof.]]



* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up to serve as TheHeavy or CoDragons with Jenna Thorne.]]

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* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up to serve as TheHeavy or CoDragons with Jenna Thorne.Thorne's TheHeavy.]]


* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up to serve as TheHeavy or CoDragon with Jenna Thorne.]]

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* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up to serve as TheHeavy or CoDragon CoDragons with Jenna Thorne.]]


* ActionGirl: Jenna Thorne and Raye Vande are both women who can kick a lot of ass.
* ArmsDealer: A series of them appear throughout the books, trying to get leftovers from Sarif Industries which Tai Yong Medical never bothered to pick up.
* TheAtoner: Jensen is motivated by a desire to make up for failing to stop the Aug Incident. Pritchard says it's closer to ChronicHeroSyndrome.



* BitchInSheepsClothing: Jenna Thorne shows up as a Homeland Security agent at the hospital where Jensen is recovering. Her sheep phase doesn't last long.
* DoubleAgent: Adam Jensen agrees to become this in Task Force 29 for the Juggernaut Collective.
* TheDragon: Jenna Thorne serves as this to the Illuminati in the game, though is more CoDragons with [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann]]



* TheHeavy: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up and rolls over everyone he encounters, even Jensen.]]
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: The Juggernaut Collective is convinced Task Force 29 is a TheMenInBlack StateSec organization which they need to take down. The members in the book are genuinely trying to do the right thing. [[spoiler: Albeit, they unwittingly answer to the Illuminati.]]
* IdiotBall: Tai Yong Medical never bothered to pick up Sarif Industries' military grade cybernetics, just leaving them in storage until the Illuminati needed them. Then they work through a bunch of smugglers than going to pick it up themselves.



* PoorCommunicationKills: Throughout the book, Jensen is almost killed by people who assume he's a bad guy. He is very bad at saying he's not.




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* UnexpectedCharacter: [[spoiler: Gunther Hermann shows up to serve as TheHeavy or CoDragon with Jenna Thorne.]]


* InterpolSpecialAgent: Task Force 29, an anti-terrorist intelligence and response team funded by Interpol whose goal was to tackle the rise in terrorism following the Aug Incident in ''Human Revolution''.



* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: How Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.

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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: How Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne with his Typhoon Augmentation in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.



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* ThereIsNoKillLikeOverkill: How Adam Jensen kills Jenna Thorne in the finale of the book. Truthfully speaking...there wasn't much of her left.
* TitleDrop: "Black Light" is apparently the name of a subset project of White Helix Lab, and shows a dead man's face at the end of the book.

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* DrivenToSuicide: [[spoiler: Stacks is driven to blow himself up after the violence at the Sarif factory triggers flashbacks to the Incident and his murdering his family.]]
* EnemyMine: Jensen is less than impressed with the Juggernaut Collective. However, they're the only Anti-Illuminati organization around.
* EvilIsPetty: Lucius [=DeBeers=] has Elizabeth [=DuClaire=]'s plane prevented from landing for a conference call to show he's more powerful. This, despite the fact Elizabeth is his closest ally on the Council of Five.


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* LaResistance: The Juggernaut Collective is composed of people who have had their lives ruined by the Illuminati.


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* NotHelpingYourCase: A small example with Alex Vega who points out the Juggernaut Collective took down Belltower. They only took down Belltower because Adam Jensen did all of the legwork. She's clearly not aware of this while the man at her side, Quincy, certainly is.


'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Interquel Interquel]] novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati.

'''Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for''' '''''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'''''.

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'''Deus Ex: Black Light''' is an [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/Interquel Interquel]] novel and part of the ''Franchise/DeusEx'' franchise. It was released on August 23, 2016 with ''Mankind Divided'' which takes place between the events of ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'' and ''VideoGame/DeusExMankindDivided''. The aforementioned novel sees Adam Jensen and Frank Pritchard teaming up once more when the former returns to Detroit after the events of ''Human Revolution'' to follow up on leads connected to the Illuminati.

'''Beware
Illuminati. Beware of unmarked [[LateArrivalSpoiler Late Arrival Spoilers]] for''' '''''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution'''''.

!!Back Text
for ''VideoGame/DeusExHumanRevolution''.



Awakening in the aftermath of a changed world, with gaps in his memories and suspicion on all sides, augmented ex-cop and former security operative Adam Jensen struggles to piece his life back together, in a new reality where ‘Augs’ have become the targets of hatred, fear and violent discrimination.

Now the [[Main/TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness dark forces behind the Incident]] are gathering once again, reaching out to manipulate the course of global events through terror and intimidation. To find the answers that he seeks and the people who destroyed everything he knew, Jensen must return to the ashes of the past, reconnect with old allies, and risk all to expose a deadly conspiracy – but in a world shattered by secrets, can the truth be brought into the light?

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Awakening in the aftermath of a changed world, with gaps in his memories and suspicion on all sides, augmented ex-cop and former security operative Adam Jensen struggles to piece his life back together, in a new reality where ‘Augs’ have become the targets of hatred, fear and violent discrimination.

discrimination. Now the [[Main/TheOmniscientCouncilOfVagueness dark forces behind the Incident]] are gathering once again, reaching out to manipulate the course of global events through terror and intimidation. To find the answers that he seeks and the people who destroyed everything he knew, Jensen must return to the ashes of the past, reconnect with old allies, and risk all to expose a deadly conspiracy – but in a world shattered by secrets, can the truth be brought into the light?




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* BadPresent: Adam wakes up to find Sarif Industries has gone under, Augments are treated as social pariahs, and millions of people were killed in the Incident despite his best efforts.
* TheIlluminati: It's a ''Deus Ex'' novel, so this goes without saying.
* TheManBehindTheMan: Lucius Debeers asserts his control over the Illuminati in this game.
* {{Misblamed}}: Individuals suspect Adam may have had something to do with the Incident because he was on Panchea with Hugh Darrow.
* SomethingOnlyTheyWouldSay: Pritchard only believes Adam is really himself when he calls Pritchard a prick.

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