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Miscellaneous Magical Commentary

Page history last edited by D Morin 15 years, 9 months ago
"For all the stories of magic and wild wizards, of sorcerous conflagrations engulfing cities in wars at the very edges of the Empire, Felisin had never before witnessed such forces. It was never as common as the tales purported it to be. And the witnessing of magic left scars, a feeling of overwhelming vulnerability in the face of something beyond one's control. It made the world suddenly fey, deadly, frightening and bleak."

DG, UK MMPB, p.340

 

Fiddler: 'Can there be magic in mere words?'

Icarium: 'Magic powerful enough to drive gods to their knees, soldier'

DG, UK MMPB, p.351

 

"I'd always believed all those tales of other realms were nothing but elaborate inventions wizards and priests used to prop up all the fumbling around they did."

- Minala, referring to warrens.

DG, UK MMPB, p.472

 

"...for most people such a reality (warrens, sorcery) was remote, viewed with scepticism if acknowledged at all. Is such ignorance a comfort or a source of blind fear?"

- Kalam Mekhar's thoughts on the skepticism of magic.

DG, UK MMPB, p.472-3

 

Magic and the Warrens

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