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... Dalamar is a Wizard of the Black Robes, calling upon the black moon Nuitari for his power ... 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 ...
... to Atlantis to get 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 ...
Famous quotes containing the words robes and/or black:
“He held the world upon his nose
And this-a-way he gave a fling.
His robes and symbols, ai-hi-hi
And that-a-way he twirled the thing.
Sombre as fir-trees, liquid cats
Moved in the grass without a sound.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)
“Of course Im a black writer.... Im not just a black writer, but categories like black writer, woman writer and Latin American writer arent marginal anymore. We have to acknowledge that the thing we call literature is more pluralistic now, just as society ought to be. The melting pot never worked. We ought to be able to accept on equal terms everybody from the Hassidim to Walter Lippmann, from the Rastafarians to Ralph Bunche.”
—Toni Morrison (b. 1931)