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Linh, a main character in the series who is a hydrokinetic (meaning that she can control water), states that, "Water begs for my attention, but too often it's a trick." She says that sometimes she can not fully control the element of water, so in order to prevent that as much as possible, she looks for "fixed points," or "tiny drops of steady among the chaos." It gives her "something to focus on" and helps her "keep a tighter hold." However, she also added that the more water there is, the more it slips beyond her control.
Hydrokinesis is the ability that is generally associated with water. However, it is important to note that cryokinesis, whose manifesters are more commonly known as Frosters, can also be considered an ability related to water.
Youth, generally kept in a Bottle of Youth, is the elves' version of drinking water. Humans generally get their drinking water from purified sources, with some extra fluorine (and other minor substances) in it. Elves also have a purified version of drinking water, but instead of fluorine, there are other vitals and vitamins in the water, so Sophie describes the mixture as "cold and slightly sweet, and somehow more refreshing."
Locations where water is prominent/present in large amounts in the Lost Cities
There is a lake on the property of Everglen; it is an average lake.
- Rimeshire (in the form of ice and snow)
Being the home of Juline Dizznee, it is only expected that the area be surrounded by solid water formations.
- Shores of Solace (beach house)
Lord Cassius's getaway home is none other than a beach house; right next to the ocean.
- Choralmere (beach house)