The Dark Magi (Part 4, page 1 of 61)


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Part 4

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Many a long year ago, while still a young, rising star among the Monastics, Father Adrian’s superiors had intervened in what should have been an uneventful life of devotion, and sent him to a tiny, far-off coastal country called Otar by its inhabitants, though to the Church the entire region was known simply as Karumabab, or Gate of the West. Then a young man, he had been given two reasons that had since become his sole purpose in life: to further the Faith, and to advance the Cause. Upon his arrival at the mid-northern coastal nation, his superior, Father Black, had advised him with some amusement that the only difference between attaining the two goals was this: ‘In the first case it means exploiting the weak of faith; in the second, the weak of will.’

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