A Guide to Wizards Of The World
Written by Dugald Steer
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What a great way to discover the lore of wizards from the four corners of the Earth, from the knowledge of ancient European masters to the wisdom of mysterious Arabian sages, with the redoubtable Merlin as your guide. You can even test your wizardological skills using some apprentice cards.
A Guide to Wizards Of The World by Dugald Steer
Wizardology is a follow up to Templar’s outstanding novelty book, Dragonology. An apparently aged tome full of novelties of all kinds, including a talisman concealed in a secret pocket, a magical mirror, flaps, letters, and textures (including a bit of a real flying carpet), this book contains the instructions Merlin wrote for his own apprentice. In true tongue-in-cheek style, it gives information on the ancient brotherhood of wizards around the world, and on all the different magical arts which they practise, from magical transformations, through to conjurations, potions, charms and spells.
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1st January 2007
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