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'''Dawnslight''' is an [[Epic]]{{book ref|Firefight|10}} in the city of [[Babilar]] who feeds the people by making fruits grow faster. He also caused the spraypaint in the city to glow and radios to run without batteries. He began operating shortly after [[Calamity (Epic)|Calamity]] appeared. To the people of Babilar, he is practically a god, and, due to his seeming generosity, is loved rather than feared, though no one knows for sure if he even exists.
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'''Dawnslight''' is an [[Epic]]{{book ref|Firefight|10}} in the city of [[Babilar]] who causes the spraypaint in the city to glow and radios to run with or without batteries. He began operating shortly after [[Calamity (Epic)|Calamity]] appeared. To the people of Babilar, he is practically a god, and, due to his seeming generosity, is loved rather than feared, though no one knows for sure if he even exists.
   
 
He can communicate with people in the city by causing vines to grow fortune cookies with messages inside them{{book ref|Firefight|36}}, though this appears to be an uncommon occurrence.
 
He can communicate with people in the city by causing vines to grow fortune cookies with messages inside them{{book ref|Firefight|36}}, though this appears to be an uncommon occurrence.

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