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* SenselessSacrifice. When Neshi was near death and was given a life-saving medicine by his friend Ferene, Neshi at first refuses it, telling Ferene to give it to somebody who needs it more than him. Ferene reasons that it would be senseless for Neshi to sacrifice his life for the sake of his followers since his life means much more as the leader of the Jerusalemites than that of his followers, and so Neshi acquiesces.

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* CubCuesProtectiveParent: The Jerusalemites first meet an underground baby creature that attacked one of their members by gnawing off his arm. However, they soon come across its more dangerous mother that picks off the team one by one, eventually attacking Neshi and nearly causing him to die if it weren't for his fellow team member giving him a life-saving medicine.

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* EvilTowerOfOminousness: Asframore, the citadel of the Natasians, with its high tower that was reaching unto heaven.


* DemonicPossession: The Natasians have the ability to possess their victims, even as children, as Ferene points out to Neshi when he tells about a memory he had where children were used in [[HumanSacrifice human(oid) sacrifice]] rituals, [[AndThatLittleGirlWasMe including himself]].

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* DemonicPossession: The Natasians have the ability to possess their victims, even as children, as Ferene points out to Neshi when he tells about a memory he had where children were used in and for performing [[HumanSacrifice human(oid) sacrifice]] rituals, [[AndThatLittleGirlWasMe including himself]].


* AnArmAndALeg: Yanif found his arm being devoured by one of the creatures that the Jerusalemites found underground on their journey to Asframore. Neshi killed the creature with a laser knife, severing off the rest of Yanif's arm in the process.

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* AnArmAndALeg: Yanif found his arm being devoured by one of the creatures that the Jerusalemites found underground on their journey to Asframore. Neshi killed the creature with a laser knife, severing off the rest of Yanif's arm in the process. Unfortunately, Yanif suffered too much blood loss and ended up dying.

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* AnArmAndALeg: Yanif found his arm being devoured by one of the creatures that the Jerusalemites found underground on their journey to Asframore. Neshi killed the creature with a laser knife, severing off the rest of Yanif's arm in the process.


* AndIMustScream: The Natasians freeze the surviving Jerusalemites in place so that their leader [[spoiler:Satan]] can absorb the bodies into himself, even the ones that are still living, which Neshi and Ferene can only watch helplessly as they are being sealed away into the spaceship that is preparing for takeoff.



* BrainInAJar: Quintez, who is a humanoid brain inside a robotic body.


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* TheParalyzer: The Natasians freeze the surviving Jerusalemites in place so that their leader [[spoiler:Satan]] can absorb the bodies into himself, [[AndIMustScream even the ones that are still living]], which Neshi and Ferene can only watch helplessly as they are being sealed away into the spaceship that is preparing for takeoff.


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* WetwareCPU: Quintez, who is a humanoid brain inside a robotic body.


* CrisisOfFaith: Dwaun has one when Neshi exposes the Nedians' god for what he really is, but this is eventually followed by a HeelFaithTurn when he and his partner Graita realize the truth. The rest of the Nedians, however, never fully recover.

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* CrisisOfFaith: Dwaun has one when Neshi exposes the Nedians' god for what he really is, but this is eventually followed by a HeelFaithTurn when he and his partner Graita realize the truth. [[FaithHeelTurn The rest of the Nedians, however, never fully recover.]]

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* AndIMustScream: The Natasians freeze the surviving Jerusalemites in place so that their leader [[spoiler:Satan]] can absorb the bodies into himself, even the ones that are still living, which Neshi and Ferene can only watch helplessly as they are being sealed away into the spaceship that is preparing for takeoff.


* AffectionateNickname: Etarina's name for Neshi, "Baba", because he talks too much.

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* AffectionateNickname: Etarina's name for Neshi, "Baba", because [[YouTalkTooMuch he talks too much.much]].


* SacrificialLamb: Tuati, who through her sacrifice discovers that [[spoiler:the Nedians' god is actually Satan]].

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* SacrificialLamb: Tuati, who through her sacrifice in the middle part of the story discovers that [[spoiler:the Nedians' god is actually Satan]].

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* SacrificialLamb: Tuati, who through her sacrifice discovers that [[spoiler:the Nedians' god is actually Satan]].

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* TearsOfJoy: Neshi found his wife Etarina crying these one night when they were still living together.


* HardWorkHardlyWorks: Dwaun is disappointed to find out after reading the Bible for himself that all his "good works" were for nothing, that the only way to salvation was through faith in Jesus Christ.

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* HardWorkHardlyWorks: Dwaun is disappointed to find out after reading the Bible for himself that [[AllForNothing all his "good works" were for nothing, nothing]], that the only way to salvation was through faith in Jesus Christ.

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* HardWorkHardlyWorks: Dwaun is disappointed to find out after reading the Bible for himself that all his "good works" were for nothing, that the only way to salvation was through faith in Jesus Christ.

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