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spellcraft in Gamelit

 In both countries, it is well-known that it is forbidden to use divine magic when more mundane means suffice.  You don't use create food when you can buy it from cook shops, or even farmers.  

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Ghost of a Chance

Ghost of a Chance by Dan Willis

Arcane Casebook book 2, with some connection to the earlier book.
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Alleluia, alleluia!

Alleluia, alleluia!
Hearts to heaven and voices raise:
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time to move the kingdom

I had been thinking of King Drakos's kingdom as to the west of King Maximus's. Indeed, thinking of King Maximus's as being pretty much the border. . . .

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theme first. . .

Heroine's going to see a lot of creatures in the week. . . .

Educational trip, the teachers will do a lot to keep her and the other pupils safe. But of course it has to have significance for her -- fortunately, in a bildungsroman, it can just be personal.

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plots, plans

It's all very well to think on how I can have the characters prep the spells they need because it's Gamelit but still a novel -- I can retroactively have them prep what I want.

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Lift high the cross

Lift high the cross, the love of Christ proclaim,
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shrinking the group

Sent the heroine off on a journey with a group of girls, of vague number. Figured I could just pick out the relevant ones.

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The Book of Feasts & Seasons

The Book of Feasts & Seasons by John C. Wright

A collection of short stories. Fantasy, SF, genre-blenders. Connected more or less loosely to holy days. Interesting ideas -- the stories are heavily philosophical.

Christ the Lord is risen today, Alleluia!

Christ the Lord is risen today, Alleluia!
Earth and heaven in chorus say, Alleluia!
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