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  • They rode until after midday, when they were closing on the old growth that marked the boundary of Elderew and the country of the once-fairy.

    Witches' Brew

  • People scurried everywhere, the once-fairy an industrious folk who understood the importance of hard work.

    Witches' Brew

  • No one can come into the country of the once-fairy if they are not invited.

    Witches' Brew

  • When the threat was so great that the once-fairy feared there would be loss of life among their people, the Ardsheals were called in.

    Witches' Brew

  • It happened when one of Abbadon's demons penetrated the wards of Elderew disguised as a once-fairy.

    Witches' Brew

  • All spring or even all summer in the lake country with the once-fairy was an exciting prospect.

    Witches' Brew

  • It was created by the magic of the once-fairy for a single purpose: to protect you.

    Witches' Brew

  • Humans occupied Landover first; the once-fairy came after and were regarded as invaders.

    Witches' Brew

  • Ahead, the amphitheater that served as the site for the many celebrations of the once-fairy opened out to them in greeting.

    Witches' Brew

  • The once-fairy used them only rarely, for they were destroyers, cast of harsh purpose and desperate need.

    Witches' Brew

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