(Disengage) Taboo-Deciphering Wawra


The myriad conjurations swirling in Wawra's head seemingly begged her to use them, as if possessing wills of their own. She began to rationalize attempting to do so, for her lack of sorcerial aptitude was the prime reason she was chosen as the Archive's keeper. With a trembling hand, she chanted the spell in the book before her. In a torrent of magic, a pair of summoned fish-like beasts appeared before her. Shocked by her newfound ability, she quickly realized that the tomes were capable of bestowing their power upon anyone.


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Name originEdit

Heinrich Wawra Ritter von Fernsee (Jindřich Blažej Vávra, 1831 – 1881) was a Czech-Austrian ship surgeon, botanist and explorer.

Additional InfoEdit

Renewed Version of (Freeing) Taboo-Deciphering Wawra.

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