By Joseph Carriker, Jr., Sam Inabinet, Wood Ingham, Mur Lafferty, Travis Stout, Dean Shomshak, Chuck Wendig

"Time is a cycle. starting. heart. finish. All a part of the cycle. Genesis mandates end; a begin necessitates a closure. The tims is nigh for the realization. this can be the end." -- Durandal, prophet of the Cult of the Doomsday Clock Mages aspire to greatness, and none extra so than those that craft their souls with the innovations of the sublime-legacies that invoke awe and terror. Legacies: The chic information thirteen all-new legacies, the really expert magical paths that outcome from soul-shaping and provide specific mystical attainments. every one legacy encompasses a unique heritage and association in addition to its personal distinct attainments. Legacies: The elegant additionally offers entire ideas for designing your individual legacies.

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Conversely, sometimes a Daoine finds himself compelled by Fate to tutor a mage who wants to join the Legacy — no matter how unlikely the recruit seems at first glance. Organization: The Daoine usually operate alone, or with their tutors in the case of younger, less-experienced mages. Relationships between tutors and students are either extraordinarily long-lasting or quickly and bitterly ended, with very little in between. Some Daoine recognize the sacred bonds of respect and deference that link student to teacher: these Daoine typically maintain cordial relationships with their teachers long after the apprenticeships are ended.

One might call these stories more parables than history, though. The Pillar Saint and Lucian the Bodiless This tale concerns the first mage of this Legacy, a nameless hermit whose world was shaken by a creature calling itself Lucian the Bodiless. Once upon a time, this hermit — whom the Exultants call the Pillar Saint — lived a life of ascetic austerity. He did not eat, drink or sleep. His body was burned raw by the sun as he sat forever atop a tall pillar in the desert. He was very proud of himself and what he had accomplished.

She puts out a subtle call through the webs of Fate that brings The customs and attainments of this Legacy date back thousands of years; nobody knows where and when they began. “Daoine” itself is a Gaelic word for the faerie-folk. However, some mages trace the Legacy’s name to Athena, whom the Greeks called Goddess of Just Deserts and companion of the Fates. Other mages trace the Daoine to the djinni of Arab legend. Most modern Daoine, however, say their Legacy has no distinct origin. They were fated to exist; and they shall endure as long as Fate decrees.

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