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Mystery, Metaphor and Metamorphosis: A Mists of Albion Creation Myth

I’ve been reading various parts of the Elder Scrolls literary corpus of late, thanks to my new Kindle. And I love their writing style, particularly the way the truth is obfuscated and multiple perspectives presented. I’ve done some work on … Continue reading

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Mystery and Truth in Fantasy

An apology in advance is due here, I feel. This is a rather meandering post, and I’m not sure I can structure it any better currently. Please bear with me, you’re following a thought process here, rather than a clear … Continue reading

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Why do people ignore the magic of marshes?

This blog comes to you from a position of slight existential uncertainty; I’ve discovered that there is another current blog called Crucible of Words, tied directly to Magic: the Gathering. I may at some point change it. I’m currently chewing over … Continue reading

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