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[[File:RTL_4.jpg|thumb|225px|The ablation Moppet (left) with Sarah, the source from whom she was created.]]An '''ablation''' is a being formed of a particular aspect of a source, which can either be human or animal in origin. Ablations are featured in the ''[[Return to Labyrinth]]'' series, with [[Moppet]] being an important example of one.
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[[File:RTL_4.jpg|thumb|251px|The ablation Moppet (left) with Sarah, the source from whom she was created.]]An '''ablation''' is a being formed of a particular aspect of a source, which can either be human or animal in origin. Ablations are featured in the ''[[Return to Labyrinth]]'' series, with [[Moppet]] being an important example of one.
 
==Outline of the concept==
 
==Outline of the concept==
 
The idea of ablations is introduced in the third volume of ''Return to Labyrinth'', and is explained by the sorceress [[Mizumi]] who is the only character with the ability to create them. Mizumi tells [[Toby Williams|Toby]] and Moppet that the creation of an ablation involves the extraction of a particular essence from a chosen subject, the essence generally being a powerful emotion or characteristic. The ablation is solely charecterized by the stolen aspect it embodies, while the source it was taken from loses that aspect.
 
The idea of ablations is introduced in the third volume of ''Return to Labyrinth'', and is explained by the sorceress [[Mizumi]] who is the only character with the ability to create them. Mizumi tells [[Toby Williams|Toby]] and Moppet that the creation of an ablation involves the extraction of a particular essence from a chosen subject, the essence generally being a powerful emotion or characteristic. The ablation is solely charecterized by the stolen aspect it embodies, while the source it was taken from loses that aspect.
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