Cross Spellbook Spellbooks Les Artisans d'Azure
Cross Spellbook Spellbooks Les Artisans d'Azure

Divine

Fantasy has been influenced by this idea of an era of faith, and the divine is largely present in most fictional worlds set in medieval times. It is not surprising to see many divine and religious archetypes being adapted into play, nor is it to see many fantasy character classes in LARP expanding from these historical roots.
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Cross Spellbook

A657

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Legend

Flora finished writing her sermont inside her prayer book. Puting down her pen, she reads her words one last time, a subtle yet proud smile forming on her lips. She knows she can only thank her god to inspire her with such powerful thoughs, but Flora can't help but feel a bit of pride for her talent. Cleary, her deity can forgive such a small digression. 

Description

This accessory is part of the essentials for any scholar, priest, wizard, or bureaucrat character. The cover is removable, making it easy to replace the inside book from character to character. Held close by a leather strap, it makes for the perfect prayer book, spellbook, or personnal journal in LARP. 

Characteristics

  • 6 x 8 inches
  • Ivory paper (100 sheets)
  • Antique brass-plated rivets ans buckle
  • Dyed vegetable leather 5-6 oz / 2mm
  • Black leather strap and finish
  • Inside book removable and easily replacable 

Made in Canada by les Artisans d'Azure 

Divine

Fantasy has been influenced by this idea of an era of faith, and the divine is largely present in most fictional worlds set in medieval times. It is not surprising to see many divine and religious archetypes being adapted into play, nor is it to see many fantasy character classes in LARP expanding from these historical roots.
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