• Traditional wisdom in the Marches is often contained in pithy, short phrases full of meaning that contain practical advice. These proverbs ...
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  • importance; the world is a place of conflict and difficulty, and human value and meaning is measured against individual effectiveness in the world. ...
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  • Meanings: On its own, it represents prosperity and fulfilment, but as it is passed between the Personae its meaning changes. When held by ...
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  • Sinecures are often created with tenure , meaning they are generally retained until the holder dies, resigns, or is removed by the Synod. ...
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  • Called:The Ill-Prepared Also The Well-meaning, The Weak, The Unready or The Fat. Early Life and Election: Born in 321, as the nephew of the ...
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  • Vis is an Old Asavean word meaning "power or force" and is recognisable in all modern nations. Traditional, educated magicians pronounce ...
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  • visually identical since the power of the hearth magic lies in the symbolic meaning of the imagery, rather than in the precise shape and colour. ...
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  • The way the beast is presented, its accoutrements, colour and attitude can all change the meaning the beast has for the Noble house that ...
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  • When the spell's power fades the target is usually quite some distance from their original position, meaning that even after the magical ...
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  • Each of these ambassadors has brought their own staff, meaning the embassy is almost certainly quite crowded - which has lead to the ...
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  • Meanings: On its own, it represents illumination and knowledge. It is often used when a character is seeking something, and sometimes used ...
    3 KB (431 words) - 15:08, 12 November 2018
  • Meanings: The blade deals with conflict, war, suffering and combat but it also deals with healing and removal of obstacles. It has an ...
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  • Meanings: On its own, the Ring represents loyalty and oaths, bonds and bands . Moved between two characters it often represents a transfer ...
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  • It purges the symptoms of either or both poisons if they are present, meaning it is pointless to try and poison someone with both ...
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  • Construction of Dunfrith (a name meaning "forest of Dun" in an obscure Wintermark dialect) was completed shortly after the 380YE Autumn ...
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  • Meanings: The Cloak represents the donning of a role, such as a mantle of authority, and also disguise and concealment. it also represents ...
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  • The childlike delight with the cunning and the clever spreads from Tassato, where words are laced with more ambiguity than meaning and ...
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  • Hands twisted, back broken, I'm all skin and bone;A life with no meaning; no freedom, no home;No mercy for my kin, we're whipped to behave, ...
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  • said the boy, not meaning it. He eyed the bowl of porridge with little enthusiasm. " "Can I come down to dinner if I apologise?" ...
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  • celebrate properly once the sun has set, and likes to test any child thye meets about the nation’s traditions and the meanings behind them. ...
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