by Nicholas Killewald


Monday, November 16, 2009


It may at first seem a bit surprising for the barker to be extolling the virtues of the Theatre Orb's human magical construction as opposed to, for instance, elven magical construction. However, while elven mages are known for in-depth knowledge of older, so-called "foundation" magic theory, they are not particularly as well known for devising novel new uses for it, such as this. This does relate to their innate stubbornness and tradition-minded culture.

Incidentally, for those who have an innate need to name everything, while I have not given the barker a name, rest assured it is NOT any of "Billy", "Vince", "Dibbler", "Bob", or "Stan".


 
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