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Random Request

Anybody a Young Wizards (So You Want to Be a Wizard, Deep Wizardry, High Wizardry, etc - by Diane Duane) fan? I need someone who has ahold of the books, and can tell me a couple of their favorite quotes from the series.

Currently, i have:

Dear Artificer, I've blown my quanta and gone to the Good Place!

Don't be afraid to make corrections. Don't be afraid to lend a hand. And don't look down!

Magic does not live in the unwilling heart.

My gnaester will never be the same

I had to be a bard: I was found in a bag. It's traditional.

I like books. They don't crash.

Excuse me, but why are you talking to our luggage?

Go ahead! Panic! Do it now and avoid the June rush! Fear death by water!

If you have any others, i would appreciate it mightily. magelette? got any?


I only have the first three books here with me, but I'll give you what I've got.

"Like everyone else she knew, Dairine had seen the Star Wars movies. Magic, great power for good and evil, she had read about in many places. But the Star Wars movies somehow hit her with a terrible imediacy that the books had not; with a picture of power available even to untrained famrboys on distant planets in the future, and therefore surely available to someone who knew things in the present. And if you could learn that supreme knowledge, and master the power that filled and shaped the universe, how could the world ever hurt you? For a while Dairine's reading suffered, and her daydreams were full of the singing blaze of lightsabers, the electric smell of blasterfire, and the shadow of ultimate evil in a black cloak..."

There's no higher payment [than lifeprice] that can be made. Well, one.

What's loved, survives.

Not old enough to love, as yet, but old enough to die, indeed--

Men will fight bravely and be heroes, but for last-ditch defense against any odds...get a Mother.

It fell down, a great disastrous fall like a lightning-stricken tower's, and wept darkness with desire for the light.

And there was light.

Lightbringer he was, and star of the morning; and like the morning star, He needed the darkness, and shone brighter in it, and made it blessed.

How's that? *g*
ARASHI: Sho and Aiba - Laugh

October 2014



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