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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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. I'll probably just leave empty links, but I sure hate to do so.
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: Empty links are fine! It lets other people know that we need more info on the [[Special:WantedPages]] link. [[User:Jpecore|Joe P.]] 18:30, 20 December 2009 (UTC)
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:My bad, didn't think about that. thanks.
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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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