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  • I felt the need for a neutral word for magic users. The word 'magicaer' is simply a unisex and neutral term for one that uses magic; may or may not needs a person, a being, or an object, etc to perform magic; may or may not need to perform a ritual (like specific moves, spells, etc) to perform magic. The word could be used for anything magical, a source of magic, or wield magic. The word, however, is only to be used for living beings.

    June 2, 2019

  • John was a great magicaer, but I shot him dead.

    June 3, 2019

  • Compare magic user.

    June 3, 2019

  • see also mage

    June 7, 2019

  • I do like the caer part of this--at first it reminded me of the Spanish verb for "to fall," but on Wikipedia there's a bit about it as Welsh for -caster* (though in a castle-y way).

    *"Caer (Welsh pronunciation: kɑːɨr; Old Welsh: cair or kair) is a placename element in Welsh meaning "stronghold", "fortress", or "citadel", roughly equivalent to the Old English suffix now variously written as -caster, -cester, and -chester." (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Caer&oldid=895292287)

    June 10, 2019

  • Oh! It's like The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog.

    June 10, 2019