The Pop Culture Pub Crawl: Agnus Cartwright

You can learn a lot about a person by their choice of alcohol and The Pop Culture Pub Crawl is all about getting to the heart of a character through their preferred tipple. Agnus Cartwright from Tales Of The Frontier is a woman who sees alcohol as both a means of celebration and a way to toast the demise of her enemies.

An ancient witch and powerful elementi, Agnus Cartwright is a truly terrifying woman. Once she starts drinking, there may be the opportunity to get to know her better without ending up as a bloody smear on the wall and here’s her poison of choice.

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Exploring The Elementi Witch Class

Witches rank among the most powerful beings on The Frontier and there are several types that have been categorised according to the Questers. One of the most potent classes of witch are elementi, magic wielders who have natural control over the elements and can bend intangible forces to their will.

Let’s explore elementi in further detail, along with a few subcategories.

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Magic, Mayhem and Intrigue: The Witch Clans Of The Frontier

Magic is a big part of The Frontier, a kind of raw, intangible energy that permeates the world and a faction who harnesses it to the fullest extent are the witch clans. Feared, respected and worshiped (by some) in equal measure, the witch clans of The Frontier have their own internal politics and systems that have been built on centuries of tradition.

In this post, we’ll take a look at the types of witches to be found in the world, a couple of clan examples and what the lore surrounding them is.

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Shadows At Dawn Gets Published In Saturnalia Anthology

For as long as I can remember, I’ve always wanted to be a published author, and I’m pleased to announce my latest short story Shadows At Dawn has been published by Hyperion and Theia. The story is part of an anthology called Volume One: Saturnalia, which is also the inaugural edition for the publisher. The anthology features several stories around otherworldly themes.

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Scarlet Witch: Witches’ Road Review: Hex Appeal

The first supernatural graphic novel I’ll be reviewing this month is Scarlet Witch: Witches’ Road by James Robison. Wanda Maximoff has always been a character who’s existed in the background or been the catalyst for a great tragedy like M-Day. She never really had a chance to shine on her own before, so I was intrigued to read a story that had her as the protagonist. Wanda has isolated herself from everyone, including the Avengers and her brother, Pietro. Witches’ Road is about her taking control of her life in a way that’s never been seen before.

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