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'''Mystic''' was a term used to refer to a number of practitioners of mystic arts such as [[Witch|witches]], [[Warlock|warlocks]], [[Wizard|wizards]], [[Sorcerer|sorcerers]] and [[Shaman|shamans]]. Members of the [[Kun-Sun-Dai]], for example, were referred to as "dark mystics".
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'''Mystic''' was a catch-all term used to refer to a number of practitioners of mystic arts such as [[witch]]es, [[warlock]]s, [[wizard]]s, sorcerers and [[shaman]]s. Members of the [[Order of the Kun-Sun-Dai]], for example, were referred to as "dark mystics". The [[Enochian protection runes]] protect the bearer from being viewed remotely from them.
   
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== Trivia ==
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* All Human Beings are able to access magic, due to the power of [[The Seed Of Wonder]].
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* Following the Restoration of Magic, magical practitioners now access magic in a whole new system.
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Latest revision as of 14:46, April 26, 2020

Mystic was a catch-all term used to refer to a number of practitioners of mystic arts such as witches, warlocks, wizards, sorcerers and shamans. Members of the Order of the Kun-Sun-Dai, for example, were referred to as "dark mystics". The Enochian protection runes protect the bearer from being viewed remotely from them.

Trivia Edit

  • All Human Beings are able to access magic, due to the power of The Seed Of Wonder.
  • Following the Restoration of Magic, magical practitioners now access magic in a whole new system.
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