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Reyes: It means Satan in Latin, or Dæmonicus - Demon Possession.
Doggett and Reyes investigate a murder with Satanic ritual overtones and connections to the inhabitants of a mental institution.
- The Bad Guy Wins: Kobold completely gets away with his manipulations.
- Break Them by Talking: Combined with Hannibal Lecture. Attempted by Kobold to Doggett, bringing up his Unrequited Love for Scully and that he can't compete with Mulder, among other personal things. Angering Doggett enough to grab Kobold.
- Cassandra Truth: Poor Doggett was absolutely right about Kobold all along and nobody listened to him.
- The Chessmaster: Prof. Josef Kobold might be one of the smartest villains in X-Files history and he seems to be entirely human.
- Double Entendre: Daemonicus means Satanic in Latin. However, here Kobold used it as a combination of parts of his victims' names.
- Idiot Ball: Scully getting out to investigate a scene where a potential killer is hiding on her own, instead of waiting for Doggett, Reyes and the rest of the backup. She is ambushed and taken for her actions as part of a scheme to free Kobold.
- Mundanger: The villain(s) turns out to be seemingly entirely human. Though there are some oddities to Kobold.
- Only Sane Man: Doggett yet again, who is proven to be right about Kobold while Reyes and Scully are fooled by the show Kobold put on.
- Vomit Indiscretion Shot: Kobold starts vomiting a humongous amount of liquid on Doggett which Reyes and Scully think is ectoplasm. It turns out to be a completely faked seizure.