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Humans have daemons. Vulcans have katras. And Spock, born of both, has neither. Which he's fine with. Really. Meanwhile, James Kirk is a little curious about this whole daemon business, because how on earth can he have two souls - ?

Rated: All Audiences
Categories: Fiction Characters: Amanda, Chris Pike, Gary Mitchell, McCoy, Sarek, T'Pring
Crossover Fandom: None
Genres: Kirk/Spock Pre-Slash, Kirk/Spock Slash
Other Languages: None
Specific movie: None
Story Type: Angst, Character Study, Romance
Trope (OPTIONAL): Hurt Spock
Universe: AU Alternate Universe, Crossover, ST:TOS Original Universe
Warnings: None
Challenges: None
Series: None
Chapters: 1 Completed: Yes
Word count: 11177 Read: 7598
Published: 07/15/2013 Updated: 07/15/2013

1. Ni'Var by Werewolvesarereal [Reviews - 12] starstarstarstarstar (11177 words)


For those unfamiliar with the His Dark Materials Trilogy, daemons are essentially external souls in the shape of an animal. Children daemons can shapeshift, but Settle sometime around puberty into a final form. If a human dies, so does the daemon, and vice-versa. Other races/universes may have different 'forms' which their souls take, so daemons are not necessarily found in all races in the same form.


'Severing' refers to cutting the bond between human and daemon, which sometimes leaves them alive but reduces the two to virtual zombies.


Daemons are typically the opposite gender, but not always; having a daemon of the same sex is implied to be loosely connected to homosexuality.


Daemons can talk, and their actions typically represent what their person is feeling.


It is extraordinarily rude to touch another person's daemon. It typically only occurs between couples, and even then in rare and special relationships.




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