Lance Stone

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Lance Stone
First appearance Dark Oracle
Last appearance Redemption
Portrayed by Alex House
Information
Occupation Student
Family Frieda Stone(Mother), Name Unknown (Father), Cally Stone (twin sister)

Lance Stone is a main character in the television series Dark Oracle. He is portrayed by Alex House.He also has a twin sister Cally Stone in which he is the older twin out of the two .The two of them believe their lives are being controlled by a comic book, "Dark Oracle

Personality[edit]

Unlike his sister, he is very shy and tends to keep to himself.He prefers video games and comics to real people.

Character history[edit]

Season 1[edit]

When Cally showed him the Dark Oracle comic book and how everything she did was in it, at first he brushed it off as a coincidence, but after Lance sees in the comic on how Violet is threatened by her admirer, he starts to think that it might be a problem. When Lance finds the new issue of the "Dark Oracle" under his mouse pad and the last side of the comic shows Blaze unconscious lying on the ground, Lance decides to tell nothing of the issue to his sister. Vern then invites him to the evening meeting of his Live role play group. However, Lance decides to participate in the meeting but on a churchyard the events between Lance escalate just as the dark destiny threatens how it has forecast in the comic. Later on Lance becomes angry at Dizzy, after he accidentally shows to the entire school an embarrassing video of Lance in his underwear. As the comic predicts it, Lance tries to get even with his friend during a Paint ball match, not knowing that the situation will get even more violent later. After undergoing a weird test, Lance is selected to join Doyle's secret society. Meanwhile, Doyle's strange toad Nemo escapes Gamerz for a short time. Lance discovers that Doyle seem to know nothing about the comic book that is ruling their lives. When the comic book predicts that Blaze will kill himself by jumping off a building whilst Lance gets dumped by Sage because of his worried attitude about this. It comes to a wild wild chase which shows Violet and Blaze, because they pull omen into a mirror in their world with it there disappears the haunt, the old exercise books of the comic become white. Lance and Cally can continue a normal life. Omen remains locked up in the comic world.

Season Two[edit]

Lance and his sister enroll in a new highschool (after the previous one burns). The second season has a darker theme than the first one. Lance and Saige are still dating, even after Blaze nearly ruins their relationship. Lance has several encounters with Blaze, and even gets trapped inside the comic book for an episode. He is later freed at the cost of Omen's life.

Relationships[edit]

Unlike his sister who has many relationships through the series, Lance only seemed to be attracted to Sage who is an employee at Gamers Cave Comic Book Store. He meets her in the second episode Masquerade and starts to develop feelings for her but is so shy to tell her at first. He starts to come out of his shell eventually. When a Scavenger hunt is taken place, Lance and Sage become partners and soon after, they become close and even start to date.

Blaze[edit]

Blaze is the uninhibited side of Lance. Where Lance is a bit of a loner, Blaze is a recluse. He is everything that Lance could be if he embraced the darker side of his nature.He also has a twin sister Violet.

Trivia[edit]

  • In the episode Ticking Clock We learn that Blaze is suicidal
  • in the episode Marionette we learn that Cally and Lance were born in September
  • In the episodes Marionette,and The Game It is mentioned that Cally was born first making Lance the younger twin.

Notable episodes about Lance[edit]

  • Dark Oracle
  • Masquerade
  • Paintball Wizard
  • Recruitment
  • Ticking Clock
  • Full Circle
  • The Game
  • Life Interrupted
  • Trail Blaze
  • Redemption