User:Lucas Cray

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:"In magic, there is no question as to whether the future will come, but only as to if the past will disappear."  
 
:"In magic, there is no question as to whether the future will come, but only as to if the past will disappear."  
 
:"You have to set your standards high with magic. Me, I don't expect to fool everyone. Just everyone I perform for."
 
  
 
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==MagicPedia Timelined==
 
==MagicPedia Timelined==
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The books on [[Early Magic Books]] are somewhat obscure. The ones with empty links should be filled in with credible information. I'm not quite sure how [[Round About Our Coal Fire]] ties back to being an early magic book. I could barely find anything about it. Anyway, I think I'm just going to go ahead with the timeline. It'll never get finished if all the events have to be deciphered and their pages created, so I'll probably just leave empty links, but I sure hate to do so.
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"In magic, there is no question as to whether the future will come, but only as to if the past will disappear."
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MagicPedia Timelined

As of July 4, 2010
Events up to 1823 categorized

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Taking on the 1800s...
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