“That, and his combination of whining and continued attempts to break the dweomer sent all high regard iar from them.”
“No thief or assassin can kill another so utterly without the aid of some greater power, a magic or special dweomer bestowed by supernatural means.”
“Gord was unable to fathom what the dweomer was, but after making several passes in the air and uttering some tongue-twisting syllables, Eneever Zig rapped the wall with a small silver rod, turned, and dashed into the pool, the spray from his hurried entry wetting both adventurers as they stood in the ankle-deep water.”
“It is of magical power and, unless one is a dweomer-craefter steeped in the arcane arts, useless.”
“Old Phompy, why, he never was any great shakes at spinning a dweomer, either.”
“In no time at all they bade the insect-infested morass and the accompanying trolls adieu, and then they headed for Castle Fizziak at a swift pace, guarded by the ex-bandits and whatever dweomer Quodilde the witch of Grimalkinsham had placed over them as an aegis.”
“So much for that The now-enlarged band of questers set out for the bandits 'encampment, which, as luck would have it, was on the same route the dweomer compelled the quartet to tread.”
“The dweomer surrounding the repository of the items in the possession of the Wizardess demands that no metal be present," the bent-backed agent wheedled.”
“So too was the power of the dweomer that forced compliance with the test if any of their numbers chose not to heed the mental promptings.”
“Chert, meanwhile, was chipping the ice from the frozen corpse of the spell-caster who had foolishly. sent his dweomer at the ogre-magus.”
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