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Oct. 25th, 2011

Before our story even begins, there's a group of vampires (probably some of Jake's, because they tend to be stupid like this) that create this relic that has the capability of creating widespread, permanent night.

They create it with the assistance of Night (the unnamed goddess of night that is sister to my unnamed sun god.) In addition to having her help, there was a lot of shit that they had to go through in order to create it.

So, likewise, if someone were to want to destroy it, they'd have to go through a lot to do so.

Jonas and Faust get their hands on this relic (on like October 28,) with the intention of destroying it. In a bit of a reckless hurry, Jonas figures the only way to pump enough energy or whatevs into a spell to destroy it, is if he uses his own lifeforce. Faust wants to find another way, but Jonas knows they don't have time to find it-- that Halloween night will be the best time to do it (there's truth in that "veil between worlds is its thinnest" stuff.) So Jonas gets his legal shit in order, and prepares the spell.

Jonas shifts Faust's bindings from himself to the shop in order to lock him in (something that Faust didn't think he was capable of, but clearly was and if he's capable of doing something like this then why didn't he just release him already,) and begins to destroy the relic along with himself.

Faust, being a demon locked in a magic shop, was not completely hapless, and began crafting a counterspell that stopped Jonas right at the last seconds. The object was left with barely enough power to create night over a small metropolitan area (say, Pittsburgh) and Jonas was unable to be awoken.

After Jonas is in his coma, Faust finds himself still bound to him, but shifted to the shop instead. So when those two post-teenaged girls come in and take over, he's stuck with them.