Sunday, June 23, 2013

The Message from Halston's Book

A few days ago, an intriguing message from Halston's book was posted on Twitter. Later on, $eth from Wizard101 Central was able to decipher it:
Real wizards will tell you the tales of their adventures. Some may twist the truth of those tales to keep your attention, but do not sell the lessons in these stories short. There shall always be more to the story than one will see on the surface.
Dragons to Griffons all have tales of their fate. The greatest procedure in magic came from these creatures and the lands that they made their homes. Study these creatures and the elements in the homelands to unlock the long secrets of the magic we practice each day here in Wizard City.
I hope that by the end of this book that not only will you be able to do the spells, but to understand the underlying magic that gives these spells life. To memorize motions and words is one thing. To truly advance you must know the how and why of what you are attempting.
Just remember that you are ultimately responsible for every spell you cast. Both good and bad. In Wizard law there are no accidents. So be very careful when attempting new spells. Concentrate on your end goal and all will be as it should.
What do you think it means? Can it be a hint to the next world? Let me know by dropping a comment below!

Credits: $eth

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