Confession: I’ve always been able to see both sides to the issue between mages and Templars. I have always thought that if the Circle was established more like a school (think Hogwarts, so to speak) and mages were given more of a choice there would be less of a problem. Teaching properly the morals and dangers of demons in the Fade, as well as the uses of the benevolent spirits might serve better than teaching fear.
 

Confession: I’ve always been able to see both sides to the issue between mages and Templars. I have always thought that if the Circle was established more like a school (think Hogwarts, so to speak) and mages were given more of a choice there would be less of a problem. Teaching properly the morals and dangers of demons in the Fade, as well as the uses of the benevolent spirits might serve better than teaching fear.

 

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