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Jul 20th 2013 at 12:04:42 PM •••

Wouldn't this trope's technical name be kryokinesis? kryo (or cryo, whichever) meaning "cold", since this trope deals with freezing as well as moving objects that are cold*

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Jul 19th 2012 at 12:11:52 PM •••

"Yuki means "snow" in Japanese, so it also affords itself to Meaningful Names."

I know this is a reference to yuki-onna, but what does this sentence have to do within the context of the intro? It is very confusing grammatically as well, so I think I'll remove it.

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Jul 20th 2013 at 12:05:40 PM •••

Where was this sentence in the main page? Granted, I agree with you on taking it out and just pot-linking her name to Meaningful Name.

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