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The title Starborn indicates those people who can, by birthright, wield power over the Outsiders.

DescriptionEdit

There was a complex confluence of events, of energies, of circumstances that would have given a child born under them the potential to wield power over Outsiders.Lash to Harry Dresden during the battle of the Deeps, shortly before her death.[1]
Starborn is alluded to rarely throughout the series, its implications briefly described only once in White Night. He Who Walks Behind calls Dresden Child of the stars,[2] and in Cold Days both the Erlking[3] and Maeve[4] refer to Dresden by the title of "Starborn".

the Leanansidhe implies that He Who Walks Behind was preparing Dresden, molding him.[5]

In the seriesEdit

White NightEdit

In White Night,

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Ghost StoryEdit

In Ghost Story,

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Cold DaysEdit

In Cold Days,

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Word of JimEdit

Harry and Elaine are just a few months apart age wise so for all intents and purposes the same age… that was one of the reasons that Justin had picked both of them to adopt, it wasn’t just random kids with power.Jim Butcher on Elaine Mallory having the potential to also wield power over Outsiders.[6]

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