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King of Scars Symbols & Objects

Leigh Bardugo
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Bones

Bones represent the supernatural. For Nina, they are a source of comfort as she can use them to defend herself alongside her more dangerous heartrender powers. Bones in themselves, however, are frequently used in relation to the Grisha. In some cases, the bones signify death, as seen by the bodies found at the factory. In other cases, such as the bone bridge, they represent the limitless power of the Grisha and their unknown powers. They are used for statues, idols, and even palaces within the Fold where Grisha magic (the Darkling’s magic, in particular) is the strongest.

Yuri

Yuri represents religious fanaticism and what happens when people are faced with beliefs that make them uncomfortable. Yuri’s love for the Darkling is a sentiment that none of the main characters share. This creates many uncomfortable moments between them and Yuri. Zoya in particular struggles to...

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