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The Wyred are required to be knowledgeable about all forms of magic and the last time Arim had visited the Lady Damra and her husband, two years previous, Griffith had been deeply involved in the study of Vrykyl.

We do not admit to the use of magic, yet somehow the Wyred always seem to be in the right place at the right time to turn the tide of battle.

I mention my plan for the use of magic to a certain member of my household, who mentions it to a certain member of his household, who sees to it that the Wyred find out about it.

The Dominion Lords were not Wyred and so did not fall in that category.

As one of the Wyred for House Gwyenoc, Griffith often undertook secret missions for his lord.

But although he could not speak of where he was or what he was doing, he could still communicate with her, sending her, by means of the Wyred, letters filled with his love for her.

She was desperate enough to attempt to communicate with the Wyred directly, a feat that was not easy, even for a Dominion Lord.

She had no luck: the Wyred seemed to have disappeared off the face of the earth as far as she was concerned.

The Wyred are taught to be soft-spoken, self-effacing, taught to be neither seen nor heard.

The Wyred know, as they know all things pertaining to magic, but they keep their knowledge secret, for knowledge is power.

The Wyred had placed powerful magicks on the grove to keep out thieves.

Most elves believed that the gods had destroyed the Portals, but the Wyred were not so certain.