Accused Astrologer


In a country where astrology is held in high regard, it is common for leaders to hire renowned astrologers to give them predictions on the country's polotical tides. One woman astrologer had once been halied as the country's best, but during the time of a crucial prediction she fell into a trap set up by one of her fellow astrologers and was unable to use her powers. She lost her status and her honor, and was forced to flee.


Added on August 14, 2013 as part of the Eternal Reclamation Box Card Pack.

  • Rereleased on June 8, 2014 as a part of Dragon's Hoard 2 Box Card Pack.
  • Rereleased on October 13, 2014 in Rising Sun Box Card Pack.

Name OriginEdit

The word astrology comes from the early Latin word astrologia, deriving from the Greek ἀστρολογία (from ἄστρον astron, "star" and -λογία -logia, "study of"), "account of the stars". Astrologia later passed into meaning "star-divination" with astronomia used for the scientific term.

An astrologer practices one or more forms of astrology. Typically an astrologer draws a horoscope for the time of an event, such as a person's birth, and interprets celestial points and their placements at the time of the event to better understand someone, determine the auspiciousness of an undertaking's beginning, etc. However, the methods employed by astrologers are variable and depend on the particular astrological tradition they employ and the information desired. Today, astrology is largely considered a pseudoscience.

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