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Knauf left fans a production summary of Carnivàle's first season two years after cancellation.
This so-called Pitch Document, originally written to give HBO and Knauf's co-writers an overview of the intended storyline, backed up and expanded upon the assumed mythological rules.
As far as established, only Creatures of Darkness suffer physical weakness or pain when their opposite makes use of his powers.
Avatars can sense the existence of their moral opponent, but are unable to detect or identify them outside of close physical proximity.
Carnivàle's story never clearly establishes the meaning of this term, yet HBO and the writers used the term interchangeably with the Creatures of Light and Darkness of the series' opening monologue.
By the second season it is established that Ben is a Creature of Light and Brother Justin a Creature of Darkness.
Other than through the characters, the show's good-and-evil theme manifests in the series' contemporary religion, the Christian military order Knights Templar, tarot divination, and in historical events like the Dustbowl and humankind's first nuclear test.
These Wild Card Avatars have special rules in addition to, or replacing, the normal ones.
Reviewers rarely focused on the significance of the mentioned Avataric terms and their implied characteristics in the story, despite detailed explanations by Knauf and the later public availability of Carnivàle's Pitch Document, setting out the complex mythological structure.