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By Craig Shaw Gardner

"A enjoyable romp. the sector wishes extra humorists of this caliber." (Robert Asprin)

whereas looking a medication for his illness of magicks, the ache sorcerer Ebenezum and his hapless apprentice are rudely interrupted via militant monsters with a reason.

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There was a loud harummph from the path before us. “If you wish to continue your private discussion,” the wizard remarked, “the least you might do is march at the same time. ” Ebenezum glowered with an intensity only possible for a great mage cut off from his art. I realized then that my master was feeling the ardours of our journey as much as the rest of us. There was exhaustion in his voice, and creases about his beard that I hadn’t seen before. My master, the wizard Ebenezum, seemed to handle the march, and the occasional battle that came with it, with such aplomb that I sometimes forgot that he, too, could grow weary.

All thoughts of grackles fled my head. I blinked. Ebenezum stood before me, hands covering his nose. Norei was gone! ” Ebenezum asked. ” Brax called and waved. “Don’t worry! You’ve got a friend in Brax. After all, I’ve got my investment to worry about! ” The demon popped out of existence. A terrible cry rose all about us. We were in the midst of a demon attack! THREE In magic, as in all true professions, there are rules by which you must play. At least, you must play by them until such time as you can get away with something else.

Essentially, you had to envision yourself as a bird. Well, I had once been turned into a bird by a spell that had gone the slightest bit wrong. True, the bird had been a chicken, and chickens aren’t generally known for their powers of flight, but that was a minor quibble. I remembered the experience very well, and, in fact, would on occasion still get an overwhelming urge to eat dried seed corn. I would just have to use my imagination and transfer my experience to a bird with a better wingspan.

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