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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in ''We Walk the Night'' are burned by silver and the sun, though [[ProneToSunburn the effects of the sun intensify as they age]]. Sunlight ranges from a minor annoyance for young vampires, to a source of painful and disfiguring burns for older vampires. The traditional mark of having no reflection is also expanded here to vampires not casting "images" at all, inclusing reflections, recordings, shadows, and even ''memories.''

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in ''We Walk the Night'' are burned by silver and the sun, though [[ProneToSunburn the effects of the sun intensify as they age]]. Sunlight ranges from a minor annoyance for young vampires, to a source of painful and disfiguring burns for older vampires. The traditional mark of having no reflection is also expanded here to vampires not casting "images" at all, inclusing including reflections, recordings, shadows, and even ''memories.''


->''"My name is unimportant. You may call me John Doe."''


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->''"My name is unimportant. You may call me John Doe."''



!''We Walk the Night'' provides examples of the following tropes:

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in ''We Walk the Night'' are burned by silver and the sun, though the effects of the sun intensify as they age. Sunlight ranges from a minor annoyance for young vampires, to a source of painful and disfiguring burns for older vampires. The traditional mark of having no reflection is also expanded here to vampires not casting "images" at all, inclusing reflections, recordings, shadows, and even ''memories.''

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* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Vampires in ''We Walk the Night'' are burned by silver and the sun, though [[ProneToSunburn the effects of the sun intensify as they age.age]]. Sunlight ranges from a minor annoyance for young vampires, to a source of painful and disfiguring burns for older vampires. The traditional mark of having no reflection is also expanded here to vampires not casting "images" at all, inclusing reflections, recordings, shadows, and even ''memories.''



*** The Loimos, Bloodline of Scorpio, can transform into a swarm of bugs, but suffer an intense phobio of the open sky.

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*** The Loimos, Bloodline of Scorpio, can transform into a swarm of bugs, but suffer an intense phobio phobia of the open sky.


* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Ghosts are shadows of a person's soul that have become a kind of [[OuSpiritsAreDifferent ephemeral spirit]]. Most fade after a few years, but certain ones are intentionally bound to objects which serve as anchors, and remain as their anchor is in tact.

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* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Ghosts are shadows of a person's soul that have become a kind of [[OuSpiritsAreDifferent [[OurSpiritsAreDifferent ephemeral spirit]]. Most fade after a few years, but certain ones are intentionally bound to objects which serve as anchors, and remain as their anchor is in tact.



* PsychicPowers: certain humans, such as Latoya, are born with the ability to perceive, interact with, and even influence Spirits. Ken states that there numerous names for people with this gift, including "Medium," "Oracle," and "Seer." Latoya decides she prefers to be called a {{Necromancer}}>

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* PsychicPowers: certain humans, such as Latoya, are born with the ability to perceive, interact with, and even influence Spirits. Ken states that there numerous names for people with this gift, including "Medium," "Oracle," and "Seer." Latoya decides she prefers to be called a {{Necromancer}}>{{Necromancer}}.


* {{Necromancer}}: because ghosts are included under the umbrella of "Spirit," this is one of the various terms that exist for Seers. Latoya prefers "Necromancer" over equivalent titles like "Medium" or "Seer" because [[RuleOfCool she thinks it sounds cool]].



* OurGhostsAreDifferent: Ghosts are shadows of a person's soul that have become a kind of [[OuSpiritsAreDifferent ephemeral spirit]]. Most fade after a few years, but certain ones are intentionally bound to objects which serve as anchors, and remain as their anchor is in tact.



*** The Ankha, Bloodline of Gemini, cast a single image that has a will of its own.

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*** The Ankha, Bloodline of Gemini, cast a single image that has a will of its own. They can also possess people.


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* PsychicPowers: certain humans, such as Latoya, are born with the ability to perceive, interact with, and even influence Spirits. Ken states that there numerous names for people with this gift, including "Medium," "Oracle," and "Seer." Latoya decides she prefers to be called a {{Necromancer}}>


So far, the series has released three volumes: ''A Meeting of Fates'', ''The Hunters Hunted'', and ''The Eternal Kingdoms''.

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So far, the series has released three five volumes: ''A Meeting of Fates'', ''The Hunters Hunted'', and ''The Eternal Kingdoms''.
Kingdoms'', ''Starcrossed'', and ''Sweet Mountain Home''.



* BreakTheCutie: Volume 5 dives into the nature of Lacey's trauma, and then proceeds to break her further.
** Before that, Volume 3 serves as this troop for both Greg and Miranda.



* ConspiracyKitchenSink: Vampires accumulate power for themselves, a pharmaceutical corporation is running multiple experiments involving supernaturals with the assistance of its own private mercenary team, and an Order of vampire hunters is greasing a ''lot'' of palms to keep everything from going public.

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* ConspiracyKitchenSink: Vampires accumulate power for themselves, are real and hunt mortals, a pharmaceutical corporation is running multiple experiments involving supernaturals with the assistance of its own private mercenary team, a far queen is attempting to start a shadow war, and an Order of vampire hunters is greasing a ''lot'' of palms to keep everything from going public.



* TheDogBitesBack: The climax of Volume 4 involves [[spoiler: the human Alexi has blackmailed into serving him turning on the vampires and burning Alexi's remaining "boys" to death.]]



* GhostPirate: One shows up, bound to his skull. [[spoiler: specifically, the legendary pirate Blackbeard has been bound to his skull, which has been fashioned into a goblet]]
* GothicPunk



* GothicPunk: a deliberate homage to the genre


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* HuskyRusskie: Alexi, one of the vampire Elders in Baltimore, who serves as the main antagonist of Volume 4.


* OurSpiritsAreDifferent: Pretty much everything supernatural in the setting that's not derived from the far is derived from Spirits. They are mysterious beings who are harmed by silver.

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* OurSpiritsAreDifferent: Pretty much everything supernatural in the setting that's not derived from the far fae is derived from Spirits. They are mysterious beings who are harmed by silver.


* OurBansheesAreLouder: Banshees are a type of far who serve the Morrigan. They are described as having gray skin, white hair that flows in numerous Celtic braids, and black, sunken-in eyes. Greg asks one if the screaming thing is true but [[TheStoic gets no reply.]]

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* OurBansheesAreLouder: Banshees are a type of far fae who serve the Morrigan. They are described as having gray skin, white hair that flows in numerous Celtic braids, and black, sunken-in eyes. Greg asks one if the screaming thing is true but [[TheStoic gets no reply.]]

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* CanisLatinicus: Some of the Bloodline names, such as Arthrans and Ruma, are derived from Latin. Others come from Egyption (Ankha), Greek (Loimos), and Persian (Gavnar).


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* ConspiracyKitchenSink: Vampires accumulate power for themselves, a pharmaceutical corporation is running multiple experiments involving supernaturals with the assistance of its own private mercenary team, and an Order of vampire hunters is greasing a ''lot'' of palms to keep everything from going public.


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* FantasyKitchenSink: Vampires, Animal Totem Spirits, Supernatural Vampire Hunters, Fae, Lesser Spirits... all just in the first three volumes!


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* HeadlessHorseman: Dullahans appear in Volume 3 as the soldiers of the Morrigan.


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* RomanticVampireBoy: Gender-flipped with Vivienne


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* TransgenderEqualsGay: Discussed and Defied. Sophie was kicked out of the army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. When her newest co-worker notes that army is "OK with gays now," Sophie replies that she's trans, not gay.

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* TransgenderEqualsGay: TransEqualsGay: Discussed and Defied. Sophie was kicked out of the army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. When her newest co-worker notes that army is "OK with gays now," Sophie replies that she's trans, not gay.


* TransgenserEqualsGay: Discussed and Defied. Sophie was kicked out of the army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. When her newest co-worker notes that army is "OK with gays now," Sophie replies that she's trans, not gay.

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* TransgenserEqualsGay: TransgenderEqualsGay: Discussed and Defied. Sophie was kicked out of the army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. When her newest co-worker notes that army is "OK with gays now," Sophie replies that she's trans, not gay.

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* TransgenserEqualsGay: Discussed and Defied. Sophie was kicked out of the army under Don't Ask, Don't Tell. When her newest co-worker notes that army is "OK with gays now," Sophie replies that she's trans, not gay.


* TokenMinority: {{Deconstructed.}} Tyler was one of the only black students at his high school. While his family was just as financially well-off as those of his peers, he was always painfully aware that people saw him as different, and after he and his friends had a run-in with some racist vampires, everyone seemed to hold him responsible for the event in some way.

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* TokenMinority: {{Deconstructed.}} {{Deconstructed}}. Tyler was one of the only black students at his high school. While his family was just as financially well-off as those of his peers, he was always painfully aware that people saw him as different, and after he and his friends had a run-in with some racist vampires, everyone seemed to hold him responsible for the event in some way.

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* TokenMinority: {{Deconstructed.}} Tyler was one of the only black students at his high school. While his family was just as financially well-off as those of his peers, he was always painfully aware that people saw him as different, and after he and his friends had a run-in with some racist vampires, everyone seemed to hold him responsible for the event in some way.
* TwoferTokenMinority: Tyler is both black and gay.

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