by Nicholas Killewald


Friday, September 30, 2005


It should be noted that there is a distinct difference between magically removing something, which is what Salth did here, and magically destroying something. Magically removing something involves, for a lack of boring detail, sort of sending said thing to a sort of magic holding area or limbo-ish place. For all intents and purposes, gone, but retrievable with considerable difficulty. Thus, it isn't ideal for a substitute for luggage. Stop whining and just carry your bags.

Magically destroying something would be pretty well the same as, for example, going ape on said thing with a wood axe.

It should also be noted that I really don't like drawing bookshelves.


 
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