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Djinni Arswyd
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Fire. Earth. Wind. Air. The four cardinal elements he could feel flowing along with his magus. The flow of mana that encompassed the worlds coursed within him, and each world felt unique. Wonderland was a fluctuating mess of mana, insanity and oddities alike to bring upon the odd distortion of reality. Big and small intertwining, down and up and up and down. Left to up and down to right. The directions a bundle, a mess, something impossible to fully, truly understand. Djinni, in his usual clothes, walked along the path of the wicked Wonderland forest. Some parts of it looked false, unreal and painted. But other parts seemed oddly proportioned and ominous, like every real bit contained a secret.

But even in this deep though, Djinni didn't care. It was a paradox of immaturity and maturity happening at the same time. Was it an escape? Had he been searching for a new life? Was there an old life? Djinni possessed a name of devious trickery, for all Djinni or Genie had been such followers of the....'virtues'. The cardinal elements even had their own respective Djinn he possessed control of. All of them within his grasp, power. Power of trickery, power of destruction. But he was only young, he was, in fact, the Fesdus. The Adept and not the Master. A Wild Mage, one that berserks his magic and knows little beyond destruction with action, but peace with thought and thought only.

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