Trimegis: Paladins are another example that diversing one's resources between goods, mundane weapons, and magic does not make a good mixture.
Trimegis: At least one mundane who knows his proper place.
Player: Donald McRonald
Trimegis: I have certainly no business with such persons.
Trimegis: A bar is fine to distract the mundanes from doing something foolish.
Trimegis: Limited in his vision as all knights are.
Player: Harkath Bloodblade
Trimegis: The king listens to the advice of this swordsman far too often.
Trimegis: She has the 'know how', but sadly does not really know how to use it efficitenly.
Trimegis: Gods are not as reliable as something you mastered on your own.
Trimegis: He's quite good in magical theories, but lacks practice in the field.
Trimegis: A truly disgusting fellow.
Trimegis: Mixing up magic with religion can't do any good.
Trimegis: A man as mundane as a rock.
Trimegis: He made the best he could of his limited abilities.
Trimegis: Brawns but no brain.
Trimegis: Another bogeyman. Who's afraid of someone who is that 'powerful' that he hides in some dirthole?
Trimegis: That old fool wanted to become courtmage too. But he just doesn't cut the mustard.
Trimegis: Since intelligence can't be substituted by passion, all druids are nothing but hedgemages.