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  • n. Alternative form of spellwork.


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  • The shooting and spell-work started a few issues back, but the final battles are in 75, and after who won the war is determined, nothing can go back to the way it was, and a certain witch takes center stage they call her Frau Totenkinder, but she's basically every witch who never had a name.

    Will ‘Fables’ #75 Be ‘Happily Ever After?’ Bill Willingham Drops Hints In Our Exclusive Interview

  • Dost thou verily know my love? or art thou a sorceress and knowest somewhat of me by spell-work?

    The Water of the Wondrous Isles

  • Obviously, they could not meet within the walls of a stranger's home for this; she would have him come to the garden and join her for spell-work.

    The Wizard Of London

  • And by the time he realized that this was not the usual cold spell-work, it would be too late.

    The Wizard Of London

  • In complex spell-work, the causes, triggers, paths, and effects are not always obvious, and are often fragile.

    Storm Breaking

  • In more primal spell-work, the variables may be fewer, but they are not necessarily any more obvious.

    Storm Breaking

  • So then they went into the house together, and entered into the self-same chamber, where of old the Lady of Abundance had sickened for fear of the Sorceress sitting naked at her spell-work.

    The Well at the World's End: a tale

  • But what I think spell-work is doing is increasing your odds, like increasing things to be in your favor.

    Express Milwaukee

  • Between the spell-work of the demons, that of the elder gods, and the defenders’ own efforts, the Well of Eternity had been torn asunder once too often.



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