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  • Melancholia St. Clair
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  • Melancholia returns in Death Bringer where Cleric Craven decides to trap her in her surge so that she can be the Death Bringer, Melancholia appears and soon becomes incredibly powerful. Melancholia attacks Valkyrie for fun and later takes part in the Necromancer vs. Sanctuary battle. It is believed that the Sanctuary wins and that Melancholia was killed but she reveals that it was her reflection who was killed and she proceeds to battle against Skulduggery and Valkyrie defeating them.
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  • Melancholia returns in Death Bringer where Cleric Craven decides to trap her in her surge so that she can be the Death Bringer, Melancholia appears and soon becomes incredibly powerful. Melancholia attacks Valkyrie for fun and later takes part in the Necromancer vs. Sanctuary battle. It is believed that the Sanctuary wins and that Melancholia was killed but she reveals that it was her reflection who was killed and she proceeds to battle against Skulduggery and Valkyrie defeating them. Skulduggery reveals to her that he is Lord Vile and dons his armour, transforming into Lord Vile and attacks her easily defeating her, she and Valkyrie proceed to escape from Lord Vile, who chases them and attacks them causing Melancholia to fall into a coma while Darquesse fights Lord Vile. After Skulduggery and Valkyrie return to normal, they take Melancholia to a ward. She is kept in the coma to prevent her power from exploding. She makes her return in The Dying of The Light when she is taken out of her coma to help fight Darquesse due to her level of power. She is then seen amongst all the allies in the book. Melancholia then assistance Lord Vile in battling Darquesse to allow Valkyrie time to gain the power of a signal which would make her strong enough to kill Darquesse. Whilst the two are strong enough (as Darquesse is not at full strength and Lord Vile was super-charged) but when they are distracted, Darquesse gives out a ball of energy which destroys most of Roarhaven, killing both Lord Vile and Melacholia in the process.