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September 9th, 2013, 10:59 pm

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AlmostAware, September 8th, 2013, 9:40 pm     Reply


Yes, this is page 9, no you didn't miss any. I had a question about multi-casting, so I'm just re-ordering when I show what with respect to all of these. When the "on magic and its forms" pages 6-8 get sorted back, this will be page 9.

If you are curious, the pages planned are:
Page 1-2: Intro
Page 3-8: Black, Red, Blue, Grey, Green, White
Page 9-10: Multicasting (Yes, there is a solo version)
Page 11: Weres (probably what you think)
Page 12: Vampirics (not what you think)

If you have any other questions, feel free to ask, and I will either add pages to the "end" (will show them sooner though, like this and the next), or I will just answer in the comments!

This includes non-magic questions, if you have questions for the characters, I could do a "ask the characters" extra as well! (Short ones might even just end up as a bonus update, if it doesn't take me much time, and I have a decent buffer.)

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Stella (Guest), September 11th, 2013, 12:19 am     Reply

White Mages
Okay, next question. Well, more like 2 haha. Firstoff, have you explained what a White mage is yet? Just wondering, Ican't remember. I know you've mentioned them, & a white mage wrote the book that these pages are from. They just seem pretty important, since one is needed for a multicasting. Also, i've noticed the name of that white mage is 'fifth magnus white' or something like that. Is it a rank or a title? Basically, are there levels of mage learning/power?

AlmostAware, September 11th, 2013, 5:26 pm     Reply


@Stella:

I have not explained what a white is, at least not in any real depth. That one won't be coming up for a while, so a quick summary is in order:

White magic is known as spirit magic, though in many ways it is more the magic of magic. All long-lasting spells are more like spirits, and whites manipulate these.

Since they are the ones who can see, and to a certain extent manipulate, the spells of other aspects, they are the ones to literally write the book on magic.

I don't know if I have explicitly stated this, but Mark is a White, which is one of the major reasons he normally sees magic and magic sources. The colors he sees don't exactly match up with their names. This is intentional. Look at the outer edge of the gems on the second set of extras. What he sees are the "real" colors, as opposed to the aspect names. (No one but a white can see this, so it is something of an inside joke for them)

As for the "Fifth Magus White" this is a (very minor) spoiler, bit that is BOTH a title of rank and power. This region is ruled by the council of the six Magi, one for each aspect. This was written by the fifth White Magi to rule after the council's formation. They will come up eventually... it will probably be a while though.



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