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  • Under the second option, the Mirror Lancers can request that a magus use a chaos-glass to keep track of the ships going in and out of Jera, and conduct periodic raids ... or attempt to board or sink vessels which bring weapons.

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  • Surprisingly, at least to Lorn, after all those chill touches on the Jeran campaign, he has not felt the touch of a single chaos-glass.

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  • Yet one lancer-magus can recharge comparatively few firelances for five companies, and he cannot afford to exhaust himself in that fashion, not with the amount of chaos-energy he must spend using the chaos-glass.

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  • You can use the chaos-glass ... seek out something ...

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  • There, he closes the door and slides the bolt in place before he takes out the chaos-glass and concentrates.

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  • The driver leans back and opens the carriage door for Lorn, who sets the two duffels that hold his gear - and his chaos-glass and Ryalth's book - on the floor of the covered carriage.

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  • He frowns as he senses the brief chill of a chaos-glass, and he glances at Ryalth, who responds to his glance with a nod.

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  • At last, Lorn slides the chaos-glass into the compartment at the back of the drawer, and stands.

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  • Intensive use of the chaos-glass is far harder than merely raising chaos - at least for Lorn.

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  • From where, Lorn cannot say, for he remembers no belltowers or, indeed, any form of tower from viewing the town either from the hillside or earlier in his chaos-glass.

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