Midwinter Festival for Sye's Enchanter Magicians

Guild Matters Sye: Midwinter Festival for Enchanters

The Guild Matters Sye book whispers the arcane secrets of the Magic Workers and Merchant guilds. This is the third of three stories about Sye’s Midwinter Festival.

Previously:

Ghosts of Former Enchanters Enter the Five Schools During the Midwinter Festival

Ghosts of Former Enchanters Enter the Five Schools During the Midwinter Festival

The Enchanter magicians in the Enchanters of Sye world celebrate Midwinter Festival by allowing the ghosts of former Enchanters to enter the five Schools of Magic. The ten Grandmasters adjust the Schools’ foundation spells to coincide with the Priests’ spell weaving at Soul’s Midnight. This coordination keeps Sye’s fundamental magic in balance.

The visiting ghosts are confined to the common areas of the schools. The living and dead Enchanters exchange stories and magical wisdom during the three days of Midwinter Festival. Sye’s ghosts are intellectual beings devoid of emotion, and the quality of the ghosts’ memories have many variables. The living Enchanters plan for months what they will discuss with certain ghosts. Sometimes this preparedness is for naught if a ghost does not visit during the Midwinter Festival.

Enchanters Share Loving Dreams During Their Midwinter Festival Slumbers

Enchanters Share Loving Dreams During Their Midwinter Festival Slumbers

During the three nights while the ghosts roam the schools, even the Enchanters who normally sleep alone find bed partners. They retreat into their private rooms where the ghosts cannot go.

Whether bedding other Enchanters or their favored Consents, the most powerful magicians in Sye weave spells to share loving dreams during their Midwinter Festival slumbers. Their emotional and physical intimacy during these three nights stave off the madness that would otherwise result from commingling with the ghosts.

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