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  • "Darkness Falls" is the twentieth episode of the first season of The X-Files.
  • __WIKIA_BANNER__ "Sometimes a journey into darkness leads straight to death's door!" — Tagline, from the front cover Darkness Falls is the 89th book in the The Hardy Boys Casefiles series.
  • Darkness Falls is a track in the BIOHAZARD THE DARKSIDE CHRONICLES ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK.
  • This Fighting Style uses simple attacks and can act as an introduction to how Darkus uses Gates differently than other attributes. While other attributes can only have one Gate active at a time, Darkus can have as many as it wants. It is a good Fighting Style for a Brawler new to Darkus. This Style's Cover Move is Antimatter Burst.
  • Darkness Falls is the third book in the Original arc. Martha is on the front of the cover, with Lick between her paws. Alpha is to the left behind Martha, Lucky is to the left behind Martha, and Bruno and Fiery are further back.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ __NOEDITSECTION__ File:Nav bar left.png Darkness Falls File:Nav bar right.png File:Quest Boss Icon.png Darkness Falls is a that is part of the Ladies of Darkness and Light storyline. File:World War Camp.jpg Ser Hugo is sharing a meal with and guards when a cry comes from King Renly's tent.
  • Level Blades Light/heavy 7 Spell Resistance: yes Flinging your sword behind you and into the air, the blade stands on the sky, transforming into 4 identical swords that rain down upon your foes and blow away the battlefield. As a standard action, creatures within a 20 foot burst located within 60 feet of you must make a reflex saving throw DC: 17+ Strength modifier. Creatures that fail this saving throw take double damage as well as an additional 1d4 damage per level (Max 25d4). Feats that normally activate on critical hits apply to the damage here if the creature fails it's saving throw, in addition the creature is knocked prone. If the creature succeeds it takes half damage.
  • Darkness Falls est le titre de la musique de la bande originale du jeu Harry Potter et l'Ordre du Phénix.
  • Free from his prison in the Spirit World, Vaatu taunts Korra by emphasizing that his release was inevitable and that Harmonic Convergence was upon them again. Korra promptly declares to prevent him from fusing with Unalaq to create the Dark Avatar and imprison him again. As Vaatu moves toward a willing Unalaq, Korra enters the Avatar State to blasts the dark spirit away from him with firebending before using airbending to lift Unalaq into the air and hurl him back through the Southern spirit portal. Telling Bolin and Mako to keep Unalaq out of the Spirit World, she enters the Avatar State again, resuming her attack on Vaatu.
  • The story is kind of like inuyasha in a sense Their's a demon after the main character who controls Gem's as well as a few others, along the journey they meet up and they train to take down the demon ( this is the best i can explain of it right now because the original was made 5-6 years ago and i only remember certain details and the demon is more of a spirit not as much of a demon ) the demon wants to gain more power to ressurect himself so he sends his minions after the 4 Gem Holders the Gems aren't really a life force but it gives the people a lot of their strength but by the time the demon actually takes the gems or gains control of their power the main characters have enough training where they don't rely as much on gems as they had before when they started out.
  • Darkness Falls was an online game created by Mythic Entertainment that was available on GameStorm and AOL in the 1990s. Darkness Falls was an internet FRPG-style game where players played the role of demons (who could enchant items), orcs (who had the ability to heal), imps (who have a powerful backstab attack), skeletons (who have the ability to attack multiple targets at a time), werewolves (who have a powerful berserk attack), zombies (who have a pummel attack which deals non-lethal damage), necromancers (who had powerful spells), and vampires (who could drain blood and cast spells) in the fantasy world of Olmran and the city of Tamia. Darkness Falls: The Crusade was a sequel to this game.
  • In the last episode of G.I. Cop hunters the cop hunters raced to the Nazi altar in attempt to bring Duran to Justice. It was that time the cop hunters fought the last of Durans elite and most powerful forces including the Malibu Death machines, Hitlers Fist monster tank, the super battleships and the Me262s. The cop hunters armies crushed them all but was too late on stopping Duran from summoning Hitlers dark spirit and now Duran is poised to fuse with the evil nazi spirit.
  • A 2003 horror movie originally inspired by The Tooth Fairy, a short film by comic book artist Joe Harris, but due to Executive Meddling, ended up being completely different from the original concept, with even the design of the monster going through several changes. It follows the story of Matilda Dixon, who was left horribly disfigured in a fire, only allowing her to go into the sunlight wearing only a mask. After being murdered by the townsfolk, her ghost seeks out revenge, killing everyone who lays eyes on her face.
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  • This card does not refresh as normal. Refresh this card at the start of each encounter.
  • When Ser Hugo and the others come to, Brienne of Tarth is gone. The royal guard whispers of shadows just before Renly's death.
  • The knights' fire was further from King Renly's tent than they'd like. How will they reach him in time?
  • Exhaust this card at the start of your turn. Until the start of your next turn, line of sight for Ranged attacks can only be measured up to a range of 2. Monsters with the Cursed monster trait, lieutenants, and agents are not affected by this card.
  • King Renly is dead. Brienne of Tarth--the female knight--stands over the body, Catelyn Stark staring in shock.
  • Ser Hugo is sharing a meal with Tyrell and Baratheon guards when a cry comes from King Renly's tent.
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  • Ladies of Darkness and Light
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  • 62102648
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  • 3
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  • Darkness Falls
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  • Inferno of Fear
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  • Ser Hugo thinks this shadow talk is nonsense, but has [Your Sworn Sword] found proof?
  • Ser Hugo and the other knights finally reach Renly's tent and rush inside...
  • Brienne quickly dispatches several of Renly's men and incapacitates the rest--including Ser Hugo.
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  • "The pups don't seem as angry as the grown Fierce Dogs. Maybe that anger is something the longpaws have to teach them. That means these pups are no different from any other young dogs; they just need to be properly looked after."
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  • Kashyyyk
  • "Darkness Falls" is the twentieth episode of the first season of The X-Files.
  • A 2003 horror movie originally inspired by The Tooth Fairy, a short film by comic book artist Joe Harris, but due to Executive Meddling, ended up being completely different from the original concept, with even the design of the monster going through several changes. It follows the story of Matilda Dixon, who was left horribly disfigured in a fire, only allowing her to go into the sunlight wearing only a mask. After being murdered by the townsfolk, her ghost seeks out revenge, killing everyone who lays eyes on her face. * Asshole Victim: The aggressive bully from the bar. * Attack of the Killer Whatever * Bar Brawl: Though technically it happens outside the bar. * Berserk Button: Looking at her. And then, destroying her mask. * Big Bad: The Tooth Fairy. * Cat Scare: Once with a literal cat, no less. * Celibate Hero: "None of us had a chance with her!" * Darkness Equals Death * Death By Pragmatism / Tempting Fate: The instant someone suggests that they can just leave town because they're safe in the car, the Killer Tooth Fairy smashes in through the window and drags him off. * Department of Redundancy Department: In a meta sense. The film opens with narration describing the backstory of the Tooth Fairy, but then, almost immediately after that, we get Kyle giving a class presentation on Matilda Dixon that gives us the exact same information. * Escort Mission: Kyle, Michael, hospital. * Eye Scream: During the final showdown, Matilda attempts to jamb her thumb into Kyle's eye socket. * Facial Horror * Friend to All Children: Matilda, when she was alive. * Gory Discretion Shot: We never actually see Matilda in action. Just the aftermath. * Hey, It's That Guy!: Hey, it's Anya! * Hollywood Psych: So you have a kid who's so terrified of darkness that he tries to commit suicide. Do you give him medication? Have a therapist talk to him and try to work out where the phobia came from? Let him sleep with the light on? Nope, you stick him in a sensory deprivation chamber to make him "face his fears head-on!" Never mind that actual desensitization therapy involves starting small and slowly building up to a more extreme representation of their phobia. * I Don't Like the Sound of That Place: Seriously, who decided to name the town "Darkness Falls?" * Infant Immortality: Played straight in the sense that none of the on-screen children die, averted in the sense that many, many children have been killed off-screen during Matilda's 150-year rampage. * Lighthouse Point * Light Is Good * Offscreen Teleportation: Matilda. Justified, as she is a ghost. * Ominous Fog * Police Are Useless: Among other things, they immediately arrest someone for murder based entirely on the fact that he's on antipsychotic medication. * Pre-Ass-Kicking One-Liner: See This Is for Emphasis, Bitch example below. * Prophecies Rhyme All the Time: "The searing light consumed her whole, setting free her wicked soul." * Roaring Rampage of Revenge * Room Full of Crazy: Though Kyle is quite a talented artist. * Rule of Scary * Super-Persistent Predator: How many decades was Matilda chasing Kyle? * Although, justified in that, since she's a ghost, she doesn't need to sleep, eat, drink, etc. * This Is for Emphasis, Bitch: "I SEE YOU, BITCH!" * Town with a Dark Secret * Trailers Always Spoil: The DVD box shows Matilda sans mask. * Wall of Weapons * What the Hell, Townspeople? * Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Matilda.
  • __WIKIA_BANNER__ "Sometimes a journey into darkness leads straight to death's door!" — Tagline, from the front cover Darkness Falls is the 89th book in the The Hardy Boys Casefiles series.
  • Darkness Falls is a track in the BIOHAZARD THE DARKSIDE CHRONICLES ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK.
  • This Fighting Style uses simple attacks and can act as an introduction to how Darkus uses Gates differently than other attributes. While other attributes can only have one Gate active at a time, Darkus can have as many as it wants. It is a good Fighting Style for a Brawler new to Darkus. This Style's Cover Move is Antimatter Burst.
  • Darkness Falls is the third book in the Original arc. Martha is on the front of the cover, with Lick between her paws. Alpha is to the left behind Martha, Lucky is to the left behind Martha, and Bruno and Fiery are further back.
  • __NOEDITSECTION__ __NOEDITSECTION__ File:Nav bar left.png Darkness Falls File:Nav bar right.png File:Quest Boss Icon.png Darkness Falls is a that is part of the Ladies of Darkness and Light storyline. File:World War Camp.jpg Ser Hugo is sharing a meal with and guards when a cry comes from King Renly's tent.
  • Level Blades Light/heavy 7 Spell Resistance: yes Flinging your sword behind you and into the air, the blade stands on the sky, transforming into 4 identical swords that rain down upon your foes and blow away the battlefield. As a standard action, creatures within a 20 foot burst located within 60 feet of you must make a reflex saving throw DC: 17+ Strength modifier. Creatures that fail this saving throw take double damage as well as an additional 1d4 damage per level (Max 25d4). Feats that normally activate on critical hits apply to the damage here if the creature fails it's saving throw, in addition the creature is knocked prone. If the creature succeeds it takes half damage.
  • The story is kind of like inuyasha in a sense Their's a demon after the main character who controls Gem's as well as a few others, along the journey they meet up and they train to take down the demon ( this is the best i can explain of it right now because the original was made 5-6 years ago and i only remember certain details and the demon is more of a spirit not as much of a demon ) the demon wants to gain more power to ressurect himself so he sends his minions after the 4 Gem Holders the Gems aren't really a life force but it gives the people a lot of their strength but by the time the demon actually takes the gems or gains control of their power the main characters have enough training where they don't rely as much on gems as they had before when they started out. ( this is a basic synopsis of what i remember from the original story ( this came from basically * poke * on msn ))
  • Darkness Falls est le titre de la musique de la bande originale du jeu Harry Potter et l'Ordre du Phénix.
  • In the last episode of G.I. Cop hunters the cop hunters raced to the Nazi altar in attempt to bring Duran to Justice. It was that time the cop hunters fought the last of Durans elite and most powerful forces including the Malibu Death machines, Hitlers Fist monster tank, the super battleships and the Me262s. The cop hunters armies crushed them all but was too late on stopping Duran from summoning Hitlers dark spirit and now Duran is poised to fuse with the evil nazi spirit. The episode begins when Duran successfully summon Hitlers dark spirit and laughs evilly about it and announced once he fuse with Hilters dark spirit he will create a new world order for the evil nazis starting with Europe becoming Durans new nazi empire. G.I. Cop hunters started firing at Hitlers dark spirit but it was indestructible and even the strongest cop hunter vehicles cannot destroy it. Duke then attacks Duran in attempt to stop him from fusing but Duran summoned his Nazi monsters and undead to stall them. "We'll hold them off! Just stop the cop lord!" said Nova and Scarlett as Duke proceeds to shoot Duran but it was too late. Duran fused with Hilters dark spirit and become the new Nazi lord. "Now a new age of evil and tyranny will begin and I will lead my nazi cops into a new age of evil cop terror!" Said Duran. Duke announced that he is GI cop hunters and he said his era is not over yet and the two engaged. Nova and the rest of the cop hunters eradicated the last remains of Duran forces and proceeds to help Duke try to stop the Nazi lord from creating a new evil world but the Nazi lord fires dark pulse shots from the palm of his hands and resurrect his dead minions and finally after sending the cop hunters retreating Hitlers dark spirit within the Nazi lord began to manifests within him making him more monsterous in size and turn Duran into a giant massive evil nazi spirit. "Now 10,000 years of darkness begins!" Said the nazi lord as he then proceeds to destroy Europe.
  • Free from his prison in the Spirit World, Vaatu taunts Korra by emphasizing that his release was inevitable and that Harmonic Convergence was upon them again. Korra promptly declares to prevent him from fusing with Unalaq to create the Dark Avatar and imprison him again. As Vaatu moves toward a willing Unalaq, Korra enters the Avatar State to blasts the dark spirit away from him with firebending before using airbending to lift Unalaq into the air and hurl him back through the Southern spirit portal. Telling Bolin and Mako to keep Unalaq out of the Spirit World, she enters the Avatar State again, resuming her attack on Vaatu. Meanwhile, Tenzin, Kya, and Bumi search for Jinora in a spirit forest. Having found nothing, Bumi suggests that he try to track Jinora's spirit, but Kya wonders if spirits even leave footprints to track. As an alternative, she begins to meditate and points to her left after a moment, noting she feels a high concentration of spiritual energy coming from that direction, though Bumi frustratingly shouts that they are in the Spirit World, surrounded by spiritual energy. Deducing that they cannot find Jinora by themselves, Tenzin declares they need to find a spirit guide. To that end, the trio walks toward a hollow tree to request the help of the spirit residing within. His plan backfires when the tree's inhabitant, a dark spider spirit, angry that it has been woken, charges at the siblings and runs them off a cliff. As they recover and take in their new surroundings, they realize that they are completely lost. By the Tree of Time, Korra continues to barrage Vaatu with every element that she can command, managing to land a few blows. The Spirit of Darkness strikes back, however, and hits her square in the chest with his energy beams, knocking her back against a rock. As the Avatar sags down, Vaatu reaches through the earth with his tentacles, sprouting vines next to Korra that instantly twist around her, locking her in a tight grip. Meanwhile, Bolin and Mako are on the lookout for Unalaq outside the Southern spirit portal when they are attacked by a barrage of flying ice shards. Bolin erects a wall in their defense, allowing Mako to hurl fire at their unseen opponent before Bolin follows up his attack with the wall. They can only enjoy a short reprise as another ice attack cuts through the air toward them. Defending themselves against several attacks, Bolin muses that they may not be able to win the fight, prompting Mako to note that they do not need to win as much as they need to keep Unalaq from reentering the Spirit World. Back in the Spirit World, Tenzin grows increasingly frustrated, realizing they have been walking in circles. His and Bumi's brewing argument is cut short, however, when Kya hears a noise, which turns out to be made by Iroh and a Knowledge Seeker, who offers to guide them out of the Spirit World. Tenzin expresses his gratitude but informs Iroh that they do not intend to leave the Spirit World without Jinora. Iroh warns them to be cautious when venturing into the Spirit World, as they could find themselves in "a place where only the lost will ever find [them]." Iroh vanishes before they can ask him what he means, but Tenzin realizes where they can find Jinora. As Vaatu looms over Korra, suspending her in the air with his vines, she uses the Avatar State to augment her firebending and escape his trap. Renewing her attack, she knocks him back with several blows and manages to trap him within an elemental sphere, moving to imprison him again in the Tree of Time. While this happens, Bolin and Mako are ambushed and subdued by Desna and Eska outside the portal, enabling Unalaq to walk back into the Spirit World. Tenzin resolves to antagonize the dark spider spirit they encountered before, believing it can lead them to the prison where Jinora is being held. The spirit captures them and drags them to a wide chasm in the ground, its floor obscured by a thick white mist. As it dumps the siblings into the abyss, the spirit declares that they will never escape the Fog of Lost Souls. Just as Korra is about to lock Vaatu back inside the Tree of Time, she is hit in the back by a stream of water, enabling Vaatu to break free of her hold. Dazed by the unexpected attack from Unalaq, she is defenseless against his next attack and is thrown back to the ground. As Desna and Eska drag an unconscious Mako and Bolin away from the portal, the brothers wake up and manage to surprise the twins. Sprinting through the portal, they are shocked to find Vaatu looming over the Tree of Time and Korra lying on the ground. Before they can reach her, however, they are trapped in ice by Desna and Eska. As Korra scrambles to her feet again, she finds Vaatu hovering next to Unalaq. In an attempt to keep them apart, she uses the last of her power to assault her uncle with a fire blast, though he easily dissipates it. Unable to do anything else, Korra watches helplessly as Vaatu fuses with Unalaq permanently, using the energy from the spirit portals to cement the bond. Unalaq, now a Dark Avatar, declares the beginning of a new era for spirits and humans, led by himself as the new Avatar. Korra counters that she is the "old Avatar" and that her era is not over yet, before clashing in another battle with her uncle. Beginning to walk through the mist, Bumi wonders the effectiveness of the barless prison as they could just walk out. Tenzin explains that, according to an ancient text, the fog itself is a spirit that can infect the mind of humans and imprison them in their darkest memories, causing them to lose their sanity. Just as a horrified Kya wonders how long someone could be trapped in the fog, Zhao passes by, repeatedly muttering to himself that he is "Zhao the Conqueror, the moonslayer" and that he will capture the Avatar. Seeing Tenzin, Zhao mistakes him for Aang and attacks him, prompting Kya and Bumi to separate the two. Knocking him back with waterbending, the siblings run off, leaving Zhao to disappear into the fog, shouting his desire to defeat the Avatar echoing through the prison. As a precaution against wandering off, Tenzin uses his sash as a rope to tie Kya and Bumi to himself, noting that if they can stay together, they will find Jinora. Korra and Unalaq soar through the Southern portal, moving their fight into the physical world to the South Pole. Coursing over the icy tundra, riding an air and waterspout respectively, the two Avatars trade blows, barraging each other with the elements they command. Unalaq eventually manages to usurp Korra's ice shield and use it to encase her in ice. Throwing her onto the ground, the ice shatters, leaving her dazed and vulnerable to be trapped in a fissure in the permafrost. Attempting to crush the Avatar, he orders her to give up. As the ground closes up over her, Raava reaches out to Korra. Telling her not to Vaatu win, to give in to ten thousand years of darkness, Raava reminds Korra that she is the Avatar. Reinvigorating herself by entering the Avatar State, Korra blasts her way out of the hole with firebending. Telling Unalaq that his victory is impossible, they resume the battle. In the Fog of Lost Souls, Bumi and Kya begin to suffer the effects of the fog; Bumi believes himself to be surrounded by cannibals, and Kya has the impression that she has no family. Stricken by panic and terror, the two untie themselves from the rope connecting the three together, and flee in opposite directions. Tenzin attempts to dispel the fog with airbending, but fails. Still trapped in ice near the Tree of Time, Mako pleads with Desna and Eska to release them, trying to explain that Unalaq is "an evil monster". Unconvinced, the two refuse to release the brothers, but Bolin begins to sob; when a curious Eska questions him, he tells her that he is distraught over the fact that the untimely end of the world will prevent him from being with Eska again. He apologizes to Eska for leaving her, expressing regret that they were unable to "rekindle the dying ember" of their love into a "big fire of love flames". Moved by Bolin's show of emotion, Eska kisses him and releases the brothers. Once out of earshot of the others, Mako compliments his brother's acting abilities, with Bolin somewhat skeptical that his show of emotion was completely acting. As they emerge into the physical world, they witness both Korra and Unalaq battling each other in their Avatar States. Korra is able to bring Unalaq down, but when their struggle pulls them within arm's length of each other, Vaatu leaves Unalaq's body and tears Raava from Korra's body, and she falls to the ground, most of her energy gone. Before Vaatu enters Unalaq again, the waterbender traps Raava in a shell of ice, grinning victoriously. In the fog, Tenzin's fear, that of failing to preserve his father's legacy, begins to consume him. As he struggles to ward off his dark thoughts, a vision of Aang appears before him. Tenzin, hanging his head in shame, profusely apologizes to his father for not being like him; to Tenzin's surprise, Aang agrees that his son is not like him. Aang elaborates, telling Tenzin that he made a mistake in trying to mirror his father in the first place, as it caused him to develop a false perception of his identity. The old Avatar finishes by saying that his son is not him, and that, as a separate person from Aang, he should not be Aang, but rather be himself. The vision vanishes in a cloud of smoke, and as Tenzin, realizing who he is for the first time, repeats his father's message to himself, the fog retreats from him, allowing him to find Jinora and his siblings and lead them from the canyon. As they exit the valley, the fog covers the valley once again; their heads free of the fog's influence, Kya and Bumi regain their sanity, while Jinora expresses joy that her father has found her. Despite their efforts to save Raava, Bolin and Mako are easily defeated by Unalaq, leaving the weakened Korra to watch as Unalaq attacks the light spirit. With every blow against Raava, Korra's connection to her past lives begins to break, and after several focused attacks, it shatters completely as Unalaq destroys Raava's physical form; in a vision, Korra sees Avatar Wan, her last remaining past life, disappear. As Vaatu defeats Raava, Jinora senses the sudden imbalance between dark and light; declaring to Tenzin, Kya and Bumi that Korra needs her help, she leaves them with a spirit to guide them out of the Spirit World and disappears. Desna and Eska step through the Southern spirit portal to find Unalaq and Vaatu, unopposed by Raava's presence, growing into a massive dark spirit. The Dark Avatar proclaims the beginning of ten thousand years of darkness, before using the spirit lights to leave the South Pole and make his way to Republic City.
  • Darkness Falls was an online game created by Mythic Entertainment that was available on GameStorm and AOL in the 1990s. Darkness Falls was an internet FRPG-style game where players played the role of demons (who could enchant items), orcs (who had the ability to heal), imps (who have a powerful backstab attack), skeletons (who have the ability to attack multiple targets at a time), werewolves (who have a powerful berserk attack), zombies (who have a pummel attack which deals non-lethal damage), necromancers (who had powerful spells), and vampires (who could drain blood and cast spells) in the fantasy world of Olmran and the city of Tamia. Darkness Falls: The Crusade was a sequel to this game. This game is no longer available as of early 2001 along with all other games offered on the Mythic-Realms gaming center excluding Dragon's Gate.
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