The History of Phineus: The Color Of Magic


I like to use color to indicate a type of magic that is used. The colors equate to a school of magic. It’s an amalgamation of Matt Wagner’s Mage and lightsaber color from Star Wars.

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3 thoughts on “The History of Phineus: The Color Of Magic

      1. Redundant Jovian Thor

        well… eeh-yeah, that’s the first thing that crossed my mind, but Tetramancy covers a much wider range of application than nature magic can shake a stick at!!! so… i’m not entirely sold on that… maybe i just need to mullet over.

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