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  • The hunting/feeding form of the gaki was a black cloud.

    The Gaki in "Children of the Night" by Mercedes Lackey

  • The gaki are the famished ghosts of that Circle of Torment in hell whereof the penance is hunger; and the mouths of some are 'smaller than the points of needles.'

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    Eve Myles (Gwen) of Torchwood is Expecting

  • There are many kinds of gaki, extracting their sustenance from a wide variety of sources.

    Werehunter

  • The most harmless are the -perfume" and 'music" gaki-and they are by far the most common.

    Werehunter

  • But she had no time to worry about them, because the gaki was reaching for something, something under his jacket, stuck in the waistband of his pants-

    Children Of The Night

  • The gaki held the chuks in both hands and smiled'she Felt something battering at the outside of her shields.

    Children Of The Night

  • He shook his head and faltered a little, but a bolt that would have left Lenny blinded and on his knees with a headache only gave the gaki a moment's pause.

    Children Of The Night

  • Now, our problem in going after them is that since the gaki has hooked up with the psivamps that killed Andr-'s gypsy friend, we're at a bad disadvantage-because they're covering each other's weaknesses.

    Children Of The Night

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