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     Chapter 13: Unnatural Troubles 
"Foul whisp'rings are abroad.
Unnatural deeds
Do breed unnatural troubles."
William Shakespear, Macbeth
The coterie deals with the political and personal pressures caused by the oncoming conflict with the Camarilla.

  • Absentee Actor: Erika Ishii isn't present and is replaced by Xander Jeanneret playing X.
  • Full-Name Ultimatum: X delivers one to Nelli after she refuses to get in the car. He didn't know her actual full name, because he doesn't know it back then, but he uses what he thinks is her full name.
  • Friendly Ghost: Petronella is trying to warn the coterie and when given the occasion to talk she's very pleasant.
  • Frameup: X tries to set one of these in motion despite the fact Victor doesn't need him to.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: X is deeply exasperating to the coterie this episode.
  • Kick the Dog: Nelli murders a security guard during a feeding.
  • Hidden Depths: X proves to be a urprisingly competent driver.
  • I See Dead People: Nelli can see ghosts via her Sense the Unseen ability.
  • I See Them, Too: Eva can see ghosts Nelli can, via her Tremere abilities.
    • X can see the ghosts via his Shared Senses ability used on Nelli.
    • Later on everyone can see Petronella.
  • Noodle Incident: Apparently, the Queen Mary is suffering a bunch of ghosts inhabiting it.
  • Not Helping Your Case: X's attempts to frame another security guard when Victor already has a plan to deal with the dead one.
  • Pet the Dog: Victor orders ten years of the dead guard's salary to be paid to his family.
  • Room Full of Crazy: Chloe's room.
  • String Theory: What Chloe does in the ending scene, while trying to figure out how Jasper could still be alive.
  • Unfinished Business: Petronella is angry over the fact Griffith Park was taken from her family.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: X delivers one to Nelli after she purposely drains a human.
  • Vengeful Ghost: Petronella's uncle wants to kill Nelli.

     Chapter 14: Eye for an Eye 
"“An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth. a burn for a burn.
a life for a life. that's how all this got started.
and that's how it's going to end.”
Jenny Han, Fire with Fire

Attempting to rescue refugee Tremere leads to a tense standoff with rival vampires and the police. Nelli's sister is kidnapped. Chloe disappears without a trace.

  • Action Bomb: Most of this episode consists of a long action sequence in a mall parking lot.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: Tired of Victor's equivocations, Fiorenza just asks this.
    "Who is dead?"
  • A Simple Plan: The player characters are supposed to pick up three Tremere from the Grove. It ends with a bunch of dead cops, dead security guards, and a dead Camarilla Sheriff.
  • Badass Boast: Victor after Jasper pushes the Sheriff off the ledge.
    Victor: ENJOY THE VIEW!
  • Blood Magic: The Gangrel Sheriff knows advanced Thaumaturgy.
  • Declaration of Protection: Jasper towards Annabelle (doubles as a Badass Boast).
  • The Dragon: Marcos is introduced as this to Prince Thomas.
  • Epic Fail: Not quite in the fact they do rescue the Weird Sisters. In every other sense, it has resulted in a massive escalation of tensions.
  • Escort Mission: The plot of this episode is escorting three Tremere refugees to safety.
  • Friendly Fire: Jasper is hit with one of the Weird Sister's blasts of witchfire.
  • History Repeats: Jasper, again, kills a pair of humans by bashing their heads together.
  • Incredibly Lame Pun: The coterie mocks Nelli's naming conventions, by telling her fans her new fragrance will be named "ANT - icipation".
    • "Climbing up the walls" pun returns.
  • Police Brutality: Invoked by Victor, when a policeman tries to arrest him.
  • Vigilante Execution: Jasper takes it upon himself to kill the Sheriff of Los Angeles despite being mostly disabled.
  • We Hardly Knew Ya: Markos is killed in his opening appearance.
  • The Weird Sisters: Of course, Violet, Hester and Kyoko, a group of Tremere vampires are this.

     Chapter 15: Gentle Manners 
"Full bellies breed gentle manners.
The pinch of famine makes monsters."
Hilary Mentel, Bring Up the Bodies

With the Masquerade and their safety both in jeopardy, the coterie regroups after a deadly encounter with the Camarilla. Do their new Tremere allies hold the answers to survival?

  • Absentee Actor: Cynthia Marie is absent due to a travel conflict, which shrinks the cast to just 3 players.
  • Big "SHUT UP!": When Abrams interrupts one of Victor's futile attempts at explaining his prior actions.
  • Blood Magic: Eva, the Tremere uses Thaumaturgy, which is basically this.
  • Breather Episode: After last episode's Action Bomb and before the war escalates. This episode is very low key, consisting mainly of characters talking about past events.
  • Can't Take Criticism: Victor takes being lectured badly.
  • Color Motif: White is a color of purity and divinity, but also the color of death in some cultures. Eva dresses in an all white outfit.
  • Court Mage: Eva's role in vampire society.
  • Enraged by Idiocy: Annabelle at the beginning of the episode, when calling out Victor. Later on, also Jasper, when Victor babbles about his secrets to everyone and at the end Abrams, for the same reasons Annabelle was.
  • Facepalm: How Jasper reacts to Victor trying to talk his way out of being lectured by Baron Abrams.
  • Fantastic Racism: What most Kindred express towards thinbloods.
    Victor: They're like ghouls plus.
  • Filler: Nelli isn't present to advance the plot, so it seems to be put on hold, while the characters just talk to echother.
  • Flower Motifs: Red and pink flowers, mostly roses are Eva's aesthetic. She also gives different kinds of flowers to the coterie members after she arrived.
  • Ignorant of Their Own Ignorance: Victor seems to be unable to realize how reckless he's being, thinking himself to be somewhat untouchable.
    Abrams: You probably expect me to yell at you...
    Victor: Nope!
    Abrams: Well, you were wrong!!!
  • It Seemed Like a Good Idea at the Time: Victor's "plan" for distracting the police seemed like it to HIM. And only to him.
  • Hot Witch: Eva is both beautiful and creepy, she also uses blood magic.
  • Humble Pie: What Victor goes through for the entire episode.
  • Loophole Abuse: Fiorenza uses this to get Victor out of killing a Camarilla Sheriff, though it's implied to have stretched even her considerable resources. Apparently, it doesn't count as murdering a Prince's right hand if you haven't announced you're the Prince yet.
  • Out-of-Character Alert: The Tremere in the Camarilla have been teaching non-Tremere the secrets of Blood Magic.
  • What Were You Thinking?: What Annabelle, Eva, Abrams, and Jasper subject Victor to.
    Abrams: If "fine" exists in the bright center of the galaxy, you're on the planet that's farthest from it.

     Chapter 16: Teardrop 
"Teardrop on the fire
Fearless on my breath"
Massive Attack, Teardrop
The coterie is informed that Nelli is in danger by Gregory Demetrios and work to rescue her. Baron Therese pays a visit to the club, and Chaz brings news from the Prince.

  • Blackmail: Chaz reminds Nelli of the fact that he has dirt on her.
    • Blackmail Backfire: Events force Nelli to admit to the rest of the group what Chaz has over her.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: The group figures out that Gregory is blood bound.
  • The Cavalry: Gregory and the gang arrive to rescue Nelli, who is staked underneath a church.
  • Damsel in Distress: Nelli is like this as she's staked and left buried under a church at the start of the game.
  • Dark Secret: Nelli has four of these. One: That she has a sister. Two: That she's haunted. Three: That she's a diablerist. Four: That she has been working with a member of the Second Inquisition.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: Gregory has to choose between drinking more of Nelli's blood and returning to the FBI.
  • Guest-Star Party Member: Therese from Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines.
  • The Glorious War of Sisterly Rivalry: Therese and Jeanette despise each other. Therese talks an excessive amount of trash about the latter. Despite the fact that they're the same person.
  • I Need to Go Iron My Dog: Eva gives this as an excuse to get out of a conversation regarding Jasper.
    "I left my cauldron on boil."
  • Les Collaborateurs: Therese has been working with the Camarilla and suggests the others do the same.
  • Manipulative Bitch: Therese proves herself to be one by almost turning the coterie against their own interests and towards the Camarilla. Chaz, ironically, ruins any chance of them making peace by pissing them all off.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: Therese gives Annabelle an understated one in that she'd do better to be thought of stupid by staying silent than proving she was by speaking.
  • Rescue Arc: The story begins one with Nelli's sister being kidnapped by her long-dead great uncle.
  • Ship Tease: Jasper and Eva has some of this.
  • Spanner in the Works: Victor tries to be this by declaring himself Prince of L.A.
  • Smug Snake: Chaz continues to ooze this in every scene he's gotten.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The team has to work with Gregory at the start to rescue Nelli.
  • Troll: Victor declares himself Prince of L.A. This is absolutely ridiculous and everyone knows it but the Camarilla be required to treat it as a serious claim.
  • The Usurper: Victor wants to be this to Vannevar.
  • Wham Shot: Gregory is contacted by the Second Inquisition who offer to bring him back in.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Victor delivers one to Nelli after finding out many of her secrets.

     Chapter 17: Duel 
"A duel of personalities
That stretch all true realities"
Joy Devision, Dead Souls
The coterie with the help of Eva and Kyoko, attempt to rescue Nelli's sister Isabel from the ghosts.

  • A Lighter Shade of Black: The player characters despite numerous bad deeds this season are much better people than Antonio.
  • Big Bad Wannabe: Antonio is ultimately dispatched for now mid-way through the season despite being set up as the Big Bad.
  • Collapsing Lair: The Spanish church collapses after Antonio brings it down on the coterie's heads.
  • Damsel in Distress: Nelli's sister is trapped under some sort of curse that prevents her from awakening.
  • Dramatic Irony: Antonio is trying to dig into a grave to get into the Labyrinth when the entrance is straight West from his location.
  • Evil Plan: Antonio wants to get into Jasper's Labyrinth.
  • Evil Uncle: Antonio is willing to torture his female descendants and has some sort of Evil Plan that will grant him vast supernatural power.
  • Forced into Evil: Petronella is being forced by Antonio into helping with his plan.
  • Genre Shift: After many political twists and turns, this is a rescue mission straight from an action movie (except with ghosts).
  • Hate Sink: Antonio has no discrenable redeeming qualities and his only motivation is power.
  • Hollywood Exorcism: Eva and Kyoko perform one of these on Nelli's sister.
  • I Have Your Wife: The object of the quest is to rescue Nelli's sister.
  • Our Ghosts Are Different: The rules from Wraith: The Oblivion are used here.
  • Pet the Dog: Jasper and Victor refuse to kill the host bodies that Antonio and Petronella were using.
    • Indeed this rescue is one of the most unambiguously good acts the protagonists have done.
  • People Puppets: A pair of Park Rangers are possessed by Antonio and Nelli's aunt.
  • Police Are Useless: Chloe's attempt to get help in finding Jasper only alerts the Kindred about him.
  • Rescue Arc: Duel ends Nelli's rescue arc.
  • Ship Tease: There's more Eva and Jasper this episode.
  • Spellblade: Jasper gets a knife that can be used to harm ghosts.
  • Sixth Ranger: Eva joins the party in taking down Antonio.
  • The Stinger: Chloe meets with Fiona who promises to tell her all about Jasper.
  • Storming the Castle: The coterie must break into a decaying Spanish church to rescue Nelli's sister.
  • Wham Shot: The revelation of Fiona] going after Chloe.

     Chapter 18: The Warning 
"You had the warning
You didn't want it."
Neverending White Lights, The Warning

Victor attends a meeting of Los Angeles' Barons in order to figure out how to fight or negotiate with the Camarilla.

  • Badass Abnormal: Nines is considered this by Victor. Nines disagrees, pointing out the stories about him are gross exaggerations.
  • Big Good: Utterly subverted by the Barons of Los Angeles who turn out to be every bit as bad as the Camarilla.
  • Bullying a Dragon: The group gives away Victor's richest territories to Fiona and he lets them know this will not stand.
  • Broken Pedestal: Victor loses all his faith in Baron Abrams and Therese because of this.
  • The Chosen One: Annabelle is selected to be this as a cynical ploy by the Barons. Nines believes she can actually pull it off.
  • Gunboat Diplomacy: The Barons believe they can make a peace treaty with Vannevar if they kill one of his high-ranking supporters.
  • Head-in-the-Sand Management: Victor isn't making smart decisions but he's attempting to make decisions, which none of the other Barons seem capable of doing.
  • Humiliation Conga: The entire meeting turns out to have been one of these.
  • Ignored Expert: Victor attempts to explain the situation with the Inquisition and Camarilla, only to be ignored. This despite the fact Victor is the only one who has encountered both.
  • Irony: Jasper is a Kindred assassin and Nelli G is a former Camarilla socialite. Jasper chooses to help infiltrate the Camarilla and Nelli G chooses to help kill Chaz.
  • Only Sane Man: Victor appears to be this at the meeting. Subverted by the revelation Nines is also on Victor's side.
  • Rabble Rouser: Annabelle is selected to do this. The Barons believe she can enrage the Kindred of Los Angeles against Vannevar Thomas.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Nines proves to be one of these, he just knows to keep his mouth shut when things go south.
  • There Are No Therapists: Combined with Noodle Incident. Apparently, Victor has met a Salubri in the past and considers them to be the Kindred equivalent of such but he "hasn't seen any lately."
  • The Scapegoat: Victor takes the heat for the Grove incident despite the Camarilla being heavily involved.
  • Shut Up, Kirk!: The Barons of LA continuously shoot down every single plan Victor suggests.
  • "The Reason You Suck" Speech: The Barons all give Victor one of these.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: Victor is stripped of the best parts of the Valley and these are given to Fiona.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Victor gives the Barons of Los Angeles this for carving up his domain and giving a good chunk to Fiona.
  • With Friends Like These...: Victor is stabbed in the back right before they ask him to infiltrate the Camarilla.

     Chapter 19: Red Flags 
"Cause I need red flags and long nights"
She Wants Revenge, Red Flags and Long Nights

The vamily goes to negotiate with Hollywood's Nosferatu.

  • Asshole Victim: The Nosferatu break their neutrality over Chaz Price because he's a scumbag.
  • The Barnum: Gary plays to the greed and gullibility of the group. This actually backfires as they prove more polite, respectful, and reasonable than 99% of Kindred in their position.
  • Breather Episode: The episode is almost entirely a negotiation between the Vamily and the Nosferatu of the city.
  • Dramatic Irony: Gregory and his team were NOT Second Inquisition. They were "just" SAD Hunters. Their failure leads Gregory to joining the real thing.
  • Elaborate Underground Base: The Nosferatu Warren is actually a fairly comfortable manor under the cemetary. It's damp and a little flooded with malfunctioning lights but otherwise quite cozy.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: Gary won't murder Chaz for the coterie. He will imprison him, though. This is less ethics and more the coterie couldn't afford his price.
  • Evil-Detecting Dog: Annabelle is nonplussed to find out that animals are terrified of her, even rats.
  • Foreign Queasine: Gary insists on serving rats at the dinner despite only Jasper being able to stomach them.
  • Friend or Idol Decision: Gregory is debriefed by the FBI and has to choose whether or not to betray Fiona as well as the vamily to Firstlight. He instead betrays Fiona.
  • Hidden Depths: All of the Nosferatu have it.
  • Karmic Jackpot: The player characters successfully negotiate Nosferatu neutrality and several large favors despite Gary fully inviting them just to humiliate them.
  • Large Ham: Gary Golden hams it up as a master actor.
  • Neutral No Longer: The Nosferatu fully intended to sit out the conflict but Victor negotiates a lot of support out of them.
  • Politeness Judo: Gary attempts to outgross the heroes while acting as a pleasant host. The player characters treat him as an excellent host and shame him.
  • Reasonable Authority Figure: Gary Golden is not necessarily impressed with the coterie but also hears them out.
  • Secret Test of Character: Gregory is given one of these and unwittingly passes. They already knew who Fiona was.
  • Shame If Something Happened: Annabelle suggests this is a possible fate if they don't help the Anarchs. It doesn't impress Gary.
  • Shout-Out: Gary frequently quotes movies in dialogue.
  • Take a Third Option: Gregory betrays Fiona to the Second Inquisition.
  • Troll: Much of Gary's performance is him trying to make the party uncomfortable. Arguably it backfires as the group is willing to take it all in good grace to the point that it impresses Gary's coterie.
  • White-Dwarf Starlet: Both Gary and Imalia were once famous but had their careers destroyed by their Embrace.

     Chapter 20: Innocent Monsters 
“What strange phenomena we find in a great city,
all we need do is stroll about with our eyes open.
Life swarms with innocent monsters.”
Charles Baudelaire

Victor, Jasper, and Nelli G go visit the Camarilla while Niles and Annabelle attempt to recruit a gang called the Valkyries.

  • All for Nothing: Victor's plans to get in touch with Vannevar and hammer out a peace treaty fail miserably. Because Vannevar doesn't want peace.
  • Armor-Piercing Question: Victor gets one good dig into Vannevar by asking why he's here instead of San Fransisco.
    • Blatant Lies: Vannevar denies he's fled San Fransisco and claims he's just after a bigger prize.
  • Asshole Victim: Rags and his gang are drug dealers who use children to ferry their business, that seems to include blood.
  • Biker Babe: The Valkyries are an entire gang of these.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: Chloe is resisting this to being Fiona's ghoul.
  • Bullying a Dragon: Vannevar and Suzanne treat the coterie as playthings but miss, as young as they are, they have punched above their weight class.
  • Decadent Court: The Camarilla in Los Angeles is a classic example of this.
  • Dramatic Irony: The Camarilla is grossly dismissive of Victor and company. This is while they're simultaneously recruiting some of the toughest (and most honorable) Anarchs in LA.
  • Exact Words:
    • The Prince demands Victor turn over his cellphone so Victor smashes it and hands it over.
    • This fails miserably with the Valkyries who are open, direct, and expect the spirit of requests to be honored as well as the wording.
  • Fate Worse than Death: Rags is Blood Bound to Ramona and forced to humiliate himself in order to stay alive.
  • Foil: The Valkyries to the Camarilla are open, honest, hate liars, and honor their word.
  • Friendly Neighborhood Vampire: The Valkyries are a bit rough around the edges but far closer to this than most vampires.
  • Good Is Not Soft: The Valkyries are cold blooded killers but reserve their anger for those who harm children and their territory.
  • Go Seduce My Archnemesis: Vannevar uses Suzanne to do this on Nelli G but the latter manages to throw it off.
  • Humiliation Conga: The Camarilla treats the coterie to this while at the Getty.
  • Kick the Son of a Bitch: This and Pay Evil unto Evil are the Valkyrie's modus apparandi.
  • Noble Demon:
    • Subverted by Vannevar who is anything but.
    • The Valkyries turn out to be this. They're killers and unapologetically so but do so in service of protecting the neighborhood.
  • Only Sane Man: Combined with Reasonable Authority Figure, Strauss seems to be the only person who doesn't go out to deliberately antagonize the PCs.
  • Peace Conference: Victor assumes he can make the meeting into this. It backfires horribly.
  • Reconcile the Bitter Foes: Victor's plan that he's been touting for a season is shown to be impossible.
  • Screw the Rules, I Make Them!: Vannevar and Suzanne both break the rules about using Disciplines in Elysium.
  • Shame If Something Happened: Vannevar mentions Victor's two (secret) children when talking about people who could be caught up in war.
  • Slobs vs. Snobs:
    • The coterie is made to feel that they're a bunch of children playing dress-up.
    • The Camarilla are Lawful Evil cultured scum and the Valkyries Chaotic Good(ish) rough and tumble antiheroes.
  • Smug Snake: Both Suzanne and Vannevar despite the fact they have the power to back it up.
  • Throwing Out the Script: Jasper believes they're here to pretend to be interested in betraying the Anarchs. Victor and Nelli G completely ignore this plan.
  • Villainous Crush: Fiona has apparently developed one on Chloe.
  • Worthy Opponent: Victor tries to treat Vannevar like this. Vannevar calls Victor a stupid child.
    • Subverted by the fact Vannevar at least admits he likes Victor more than he thought he would.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Sycorax has bright green hair.

     Chapter 21: Embrace the Dark 
"I unlit the light to embrace the dark
To be near but not turn into you, my darling."
HIM, Sleepwalking Past Hope

The coterie decides to murder Chaz and send a message to the Camarilla.



     Chapter 22: The Devil's Garden 
"There is a reason why all things are as they are."
Nelli and Victor attempt to solve the next clue in the Griffith curse mystery while confronting new developments in the politics of the undead.

  • Ancient Conspiracy: Not so much ancient but apparently one existed in early Los Angeles that involved the sale of Griffith Park
  • Broken Pedestal: Vannevar is this for Gary Golden and Victor both as they had hoped he'd prove a Reasonable Authority Figure.
  • Family Honor: Patronella is obsessed with being acknowledged as honor of Griffith Park even though it's useless to a ghost.
  • Genre Shift: Much of this is a puzzle/mystery story that is far removed from typical vampire politics. Then Gary Golden shows up.
  • Memento Macguffin: Nelli discovers that her necklace and earrings are actually tools to open treasure troves.
  • An Offer You Can't Refuse: A practical one as the Nosferatu's support is the only thing that might help the Anarchs win but requires Victor to go back on his word.
  • Serious Business: Vannevar and Suzanne carelessly broke Elysium rules to abuse the Anarchs in Innocent Monsters. What they didn't seem to realize was that the Nosferatu only exist because of such formalities and consider it proof Vannevar cannot be trusted.
  • Ship Tease: Victor and Nelli are all but confirmed to be in a casual (but loving) relationship.
  • This Is Unforgivable!: Gary and the Nosferatu are disgusted by the violation of Elysium by Vannevar Thomas.

     Chapter 23: Watch The Night 

Night riders Annabelle, Sycorax, and Kasey hit the midnight highway together.

  • The Aggressive Drug Dealer: A funny example as one shows up randomly to a bike accident to peddle drugs.
  • Anarchy Is Chaos: Jeanette and the Valkyries love raising hell for its own sake, which Annabelle finds off-putting.
  • Cain and Abel: Appropriate for vampries, Jeanette wants to kill Therese. Who is also her other personality.
  • Cool Bike: All three women have excellent bikes without going to traditional stereotypes.
  • Epic Fail: Kasey ends up taking a huge dive off the side of Los Angeles freeway when she's trying to impress Annabelle with some bike tricks.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Kasey is a former police officer.
    • Jeanette displays a savvy that rivals her sister. No surprise since they're the same person.
  • Lawman Gone Bad: Kasey is a former member of the highway patrol turned vampire vigilante.
  • Murder Is the Best Solution: Jeanette says that this is the only way to deal with the Camarilla.
  • The Revolution Will Not Be Civilized: Jeanette says this is inevitable and if Annabelle wants to succeed then she's going to have to get her hands dirty.
  • Secret Test of Character: Jeanette claims they're going to murder someone to demonstrate whether Annabelle has what it takes. Annabelle talks them down.
  • Silly Rabbit, Idealism Is for Kids!: Jeanette's conversation with Annabelle has a lot of this as subtext.
  • Suicide by Assassin: Jeannette encourages Annabelle to kill Therese. Even though they're the same person.

     Chapter 24: Save the Darkness 
Ib returns to lead a daring daylight raid to free a prisoner from the Inquisition.

     Chapter 25: Dark Hallways 
Jasper, Eva, Chloe, and Fiona have a discussion over recent events.

  • Breather Episode: Albeit one that results in a lot of drama.
  • Exact Words: Eva tricks Fiona into giving her, her blood. Eva points out she'll be able to see what she does with it. Which doesn't mean Eva won't use her magic on her.
  • Jerkass Has a Point: Fiona comments that they keep asking Jasper what to do about Chloe when it's the latter's decision.
  • I Choose to Stay: Chloe decides she can't return to her mortal life and wants to be a part of the vampire world.
  • Living Forever Is Awesome: Fiona's opinion. Chloe seems to have a similar one.
  • Living Lie Detector: Blood of Truth makes Eva into one of these.
  • Love Triangle: A nontraditional one with Jasper, Chloe, and Eva. Chloe becoming Eva's ghoul complicates it even more.
  • The Missus and the Ex: A non-humorous variant as Jasper is caught between Eva and Chloe.
  • Poisonous Friend: Fiona turns out to genuinely have Chloe's best interests at heart. She even offers to Embrace her. It's just both Jasper and Eve know this would destroy her.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Chloe has this reaction to Jasper keeping his survival a secret from her for five years.
  • Who Wants to Live Forever?: Jasper and Eva act like this.
  • Wrong Genre Savvy: Chloe talks about how vampires could do so much good in the world. Is informed, no, they are monsters.


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