Ch12 – P21

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Tales of Midgard - The Age of Magic - Ch12 - P21

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1Anne: But this is a quite good first lesson for enchantments. If you want to use them efficiently you’ll have to learn how the human body works. What happened with you, is that your arm was strong enough to lift that chair, but in that posture you had you almost immediately lost your balance.
2Anne: If I had placed similar enchantments on your back and legs as well you probably wouldn’t have even flinched.
3Anne: If you really want to stick with enchantments you’ll have to learn about human anatomy as well.
4Amy: Ok.
4Amy: One question. What is this ana... Atan... Anatan... Anatamy thing you just said?
5Anne: Well... you see...
5Anne: This’ll be a long night...

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  1. Silverman December 27, 2017 at 12:42 pm - Reply

    You’re back!! WOOOHOOOOO!!!

    • Attila Polyak December 27, 2017 at 1:59 pm - Reply

      Tales of Midgard is back in action! We’re planning on doing one page every Friday. 🙂

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