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  • As in the case with battles against the rebel lords, the guards would provide a certain cover for his use of his magely talents, if he even needed them.

    Ordermaster

  • He still could not tell, not for certain, if Ostcrag and his son had received word about his magely exploits in Austra.

    Ordermaster

  • From that exile had come all the events - and the magely talents - that had led him to become lord and master of Cantyl and its lands.

    Ordermaster

  • In most magely things, Kharl had just been middling, and only good in a few.

    Ordermaster

  • "I was wondering if you have any other magely stratagems that might work against an attack on the road into the harbor."

    Ordermaster

  • He made his way to his quarters, where he washed up again and changed into his newest magely finery, garb that had been paid for by Lord Ghrant, along with five other sets of clothing deemed suitable for an envoy.

    Ordermaster

  • That often is the weakness of those of great single magely skills, that they fail to understand that they cannot be great in all areas, and that they may make great errors if they fail to recognize that the Balance applies to them as well as to the relation between order and chaos.

    Ordermaster

  • He could still get in most of a day's work before bathing and changing into his magely finery, although he doubted it was as fine as whatever ser Arynal and his family might be wearing.

    Ordermaster

  • I also note that your choice of garb is almost" magely. "

    Ordermaster

  • The absolute certainty in his father's voice was more than enough to discourage Lorn, for about magely matters, he knows his father is always correct.

    The Magi'i Of Cyador

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