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The Lord of all Magic, Twist, has been witness to the treachery of the Dark Lord 
of Deception not once, but twice. In helping to usher in the Fifth Age of Thera, 
Twist came to understand the importance of Balance, having heretofore paid only 
lip service to its principles. 

He also has come to regard Honesty to be extremely valuable, likely as a 
backlash against the deceptive ways of his ancient enemy, Jullias. So much so, 
in fact, that those who seek his divine touch of empowerment within the sphere 
Honesty may find themselves blessed with it.

It should be noted, however, that Twist will always see himself as a god of, and 
for, magi. While priests of Honesty will be more welcome, they will never be as 
highly regarded as magi. Honesty, after all, is but a tool to destroy those who 
use Deception. Furthermore, priests of Magic are unlikely to be met with 
anything but contempt. 

Those who seek to change Thera from its current mold are unlikely to gain the 
favor of the God of Magic, for he has helped to create this world, and for the 
most part likes it as-is. For certain anyone wishing to bring forth some 
permanent denizens from otherworldly planes will be rejected from his presence, 
as will (obviously) those who seek to destroy Magic.

It is said that those who seek the Lord of Magic may pray for Twist from any 
suitable location. Whether the location is suitable or not is likely to be 
dependant on the current temperament of this rather vain Immortal.

In recent times, the Lord of Magic was aided by five mortals - Sollin, Cosgrove, 
Uhariz, Miyatzi, and Radik - in obtaining various items which allowed him to 
attune this new age to the Five Magics of old: Conjuration, Transmutation, 
Necromancy, Invocation, and Thaumaturgy. Now he seeks those worthy to be named 
Masters of the Five Magics, who would bear his mark and eventually be known as a 
Lord Adept.

As you finish reading this text, you hear an oddly canine voice speaking inside 
your head. "Hah no, the big guy ain't bringin' back the ol' Masters. That just 
ain't gonna happen."