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When eggs go missing, when parents are slain, when some catastrophe strikes, dragons whisper to one another, “It’s alright, it’s alright. The Sprites will watch over them. They will make sure they are safe. It’s alright.”

“They will make sure the next generation survives.”

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Beware, a fell wind blows…

Born from the crossing between a Guardian and a Fae, this Guardian is unusually small and frail for their breed. Their mastery in magic more than makes up for their physical deficiencies.

A Plague dragon with a keen interest in Wind magic, they have mastered the art of the Malevolent Wind, a most hazardous magic that infuses the surrounding air with poison. They can summon toxic butterflies, controlled balls of gaseous poison that can seek out their targets making them a lethal foe. Their gourd contains a backup supply of their favorite poison in liquid form. The fan their weapon and focus which lets them cast trickier or more powerful spells with ease.

Currently they reside in seclusion, sequestered in a corner of the Reedcleft Ascent further perfecting their arts. They have not yet found their Charge, though they are in no hurry, deep in their studies. Perhaps you have something to entice them into your clan?

2500 gems, 2.125 million treasure, or some mixture therein (1:850) would be a suitable offer for their services.

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“Man cannot live without love. He remains a being that is incomprehensible for himself, his life is senseless, if love is not revealed to him, if he does not encounter love, if he does not experience it and make it his own, if he does not participate intimately in it.”
- St. John Paul II, Redemptor Hominis

…We’ve taken this huge concept of love and reduced it to romantic love, and we’ve taken the concept of romantic love and reduced it to sex and so when John Paul II says, ’Man cannot live without love’, what a lot of us hear is ’man cannot live without sex.’

- Fr. Mike Schmitz, Love and Same-sex Attraction (video)