Magnus broods in his black tower, peering into the depths of the Great Ocean for validation, a sign that he was right to act as he did.

He will find nothing, for there is nothing to find.

His actions were never his own, for he forgot the first rule of the mysteries.

He let his ambition and hubris blind him to his flaws and the knowledge that there is always someone stronger and more powerful out there.

I will not make that mistake.

But we are still creatures of flesh and inclined to repeat our past mistakes, so I have been careful to surround myself with naysmiths to rein in my arrogance


Folksonomies: disputation contrarian

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/society/unrest and war (0.286900)

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Naysmiths Magnus:Person (0.902390 (neutral:0.000000)), Great Ocean:GeographicFeature (0.744542 (positive:0.542465))

 A Thousand Sons
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Folksonomies: science fiction