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A Practical Guide to Wizardryby Susan Morris
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So, you want to be a wizard?
How do you make a magic wand? Why does a wizard wear robes? What goes into a potion of invisibility? Arch Mage Lowadar invites you to join his school for talented young wizards and explore the magical world of wizardry. In this fully illustrated guide, readers will learn all about what it takes to become a great wizard--from the gear and magic items you need to the secrets of writing your own spells in the language of magic.
A companion to the New York Times best-selling Practical Guide to Dragons and Practical Guide to Monsters, this lavishly illustrated book explores the magic and wonder of wizardry for young readers.
Arch Mage Lowadar invites readers to join his school for talented young wizards and explore the magical world of wizardry. In this fully illustrated guide, Morris details the gear, magic items, and the secrets of writing spells in the language of magic.
About the Author
When Susan J. Morris was a child, the Monster Manual was her favorite bedtime story. Since then, she has gone on to become a voracious reader of fantasy books, an expert Dungeons & Dragons player, and a fantasy book editor. She lives in Washington state.
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