The Acceptance of Magic

For the common man magic is neither commonplace nor trusted. Magic is something to be feared and distrusted by the common folk, and suckling tales of witches and curses take on a darker meaning later in life.

The more upper class and learned cities of man are more open to magic and its practitioners. Wizards and mages are respected and valued for the power and wisdom they hold and lend to the kingdom. The wild magics of the druids, however, do not hold this luxury and are generally reviled as wild shamanism and barbarism by those with power and influence.

The Acceptance of Magic

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