Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of shielding.

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Examples

  • I ignored the looming presence of those Others'they could not harm me, double armored as I was by the circle and my own shieldings.

    In Celebration Of Lammas Night

  • He had no doubts that she had spotted him long before he sensed her, had seen him sitting there in his precarious position in the tree in spite of the "expert" shieldings he had put up.

    Omnibus

  • And it was someone who was reacting exactly as he'd postulated ordinary mages would when faced with a Herald; armored to the teeth with shieldings to magic, but completely open to any of the Heraldic Gifts.

    Magic's Price

  • "The mage tonight had a bar of Cold Iron as a weapon," Vidal continued grimly "Not steel-pure, forged Cold Iron, with Far-Anchored spells keyed to the Folk, and shieldings set specifically against our powers.

    Omnibus

  • "The mage tonight had a bar of Cold Iron as a weapon, " Vidal continued grimly "Not steel-pure, forged Cold Iron, with Far-Anchored spells keyed to the Folk, and shieldings set specifically against our powers.

    Born To Run

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