Some articles on black robes, robes, black:
... a story Monte Blue as Unga Khan, Tyrant and leader of the Black Robes William Farnum as Sharad, High priest of Atlantis and leader of the White Robes Boothe Howard as Ditmar, one of Unga Khan's ...
... Dalamar is a Wizard of the Black Robes, calling upon the black moon Nuitari for his power ... He was once killed, but is now resurrected and still serving the Black Robes and the entire magical world ... Despite the fact that black robes indicate evilness in the Dragonlance universe, Dalamar has helped out noble characters in the cause of good upon multiple occasions ...
Famous quotes containing the words robes and/or black:
“In the learned journal, in the influential newspaper, I discern no form; only some irresponsible shadow; oftener some monied corporation, or some dangler, who hopes, in the mask and robes of his paragraph, to pass for somebody. But through every clause and part of speech of the right book I meet the eyes of the most determined men; his force and terror inundate every word: the commas and dashes are alive; so that the writing is athletic and nimble,can go far and live long.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)
“We black women must forgive black men for not protecting us against slavery, racism, white men, our confusion, their doubts. And black men must forgive black women for our own sometimes dubious choices, divided loyalties, and lack of belief in their possibilities. Only when our sons and our daughters know that forgiveness is real, existent, and that those who love them practice it, can they form bonds as men and women that really can save and change our community.”
—Marita Golden, educator, author. Saving Our Sons, p. 188, Doubleday (1995)