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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Series/CriminalMinds'' meets ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'', heavy on the ''Series/CriminalMinds''. In fact, watching Criminal Minds it's hard not to see plot elements being mixed-and-matched sometimes.

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* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Series/CriminalMinds'' meets ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'', heavy on the ''Series/CriminalMinds''. In fact, watching Criminal Minds it's hard not to see plot elements being mixed-and-matched sometimes.----


* NightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. It Gets Worse to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[NightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.

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* NightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. It Gets Worse to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[NightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.examples.
* JustForFun/XMeetsY: ''Series/CriminalMinds'' meets ''Anime/DarkerThanBlack'', heavy on the ''Series/CriminalMinds''. In fact, watching Criminal Minds it's hard not to see plot elements being mixed-and-matched sometimes.


* CompleteMonster: Mostly subverted; monsters are people too, aren't they?


* NightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. [[ItGotWorse It Gets Worse]] to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[NightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.

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* NightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. [[ItGotWorse It Gets Worse]] Worse to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[NightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.





* HighOctaneNightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. [[ItGotWorse It Gets Worse]] to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[HighOctaneNightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.

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* HighOctaneNightmareFuel: NightmareFuel: While most of the episodes stray into the territory, the season finales thrive in it. For the first season, [[spoiler: William Villette, a serial rapist (Chaz is the product of him raping his ''sister'') whose power is being able to influence the emotions of his victims so that they blame ''themselves'', has Chaz captive. [[ItGotWorse It Gets Worse]] to the point where Chaz's list of 'ways this could be worse' is empty]]. .See [[HighOctaneNightmareFuel [[NightmareFuel The Trope Page]] for more examples.

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