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'''Dawnslight''' is an [[Epic]].{{book ref|Firefight|10}} Dawnslight can communicate by causing vines to grow fortune cookies with messages inside them.{{book ref|Firefight|36}} He went into a coma when he was very young, and has remained in it since. He causes the spraypaint in the city of Babilar to glow. He became powerful around the same time as Calamity. He is practically a god to the people of Babilar.
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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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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 was treated by a doctor in the same room as Regalia.
 
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In reality, Dawnslight is a permanently bedridden invalid. While very young, and before obtaining his powers, he fell into a life-long coma. For some reason, he is able to use his powers without becoming corrupted.
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He was treated by a doctor in the same room as [[Regalia]].
   
 
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Latest revision as of 13:44, 1 April 2019

Dawnslight
Powers Epic
World Earth (Reckoners)
Featured In Firefight

Dawnslight is an Epic[1] 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 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[2], though this appears to be an uncommon occurrence.

In reality, Dawnslight is a permanently bedridden invalid. While very young, and before obtaining his powers, he fell into a life-long coma. For some reason, he is able to use his powers without becoming corrupted.

He was treated by a doctor in the same room as Regalia.

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