High Sorcery

Some articles on high sorcery:

The Atlas Of The Dragonlance World - Dragonlance Topic Sourcebooks - Towers of High Sorcery
... Setting Author First published Description Towers of High Sorcery is a 160 page hardback book detailing arcane magic and the ways of the Wizards of High Sorcery ...
Divine Hammer - Plot Summary
... is to be the escort for the new envoy from the Order of High Sorcery, Leciane, since the previous one died ... On the way to the Tower of High Sorcery in Istar to bring her to the palace, the magical olive trees guarding the entrance manage to "persuade" Cathan off the path, causing him to lose his memories of ... Since the tower wasn't emptied, the Order of High Sorcery decides to destroy the tower, which levels the city ...
Towers Of High Sorcery - Ansalon - Goodlund - Losarcum
... The Tower of High Sorcery of Losarcum was situated in this city ... city itself was destroyed when the Wizards of High Sorcery decided to destroy the Tower of High Sorcery rather than surrender it to the Kingpriest of Istar ... influenced the governor of Palanthas to allow the wizards to remove their items from the Tower of High Sorcery in Palanthas ...

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