Books

  • Et Vita Perfecta, by Testudinis. This is a series of four smaller volumes, but the text references the other volumes constantly. (Creo summa, L18 Q13, Latin)
  • Aperi Oculos Tuos, by Justinius of Tremere. This is a surprisingly thin, carefully-bound book. There are numerous notes in the margins in English, which imply that this is actually just a preamble to a longer book. (Intellego summa, L5 Q18, Latin)
  • Agnus, by Dominus of Tytalus. A surprisingly heavy book written in a firm, aggressive hand. (Perdo summa, L9, Q12, Latin)
  • In Sensu Vires, by Mercedes deVier. This book discusses the subtleties of control. Each chapter begins with a regional myth or legend. (Rego summa, L5 Q18, Latin)
  • Quam ut Esset Dux, by Dannoran of Ex Miscellanea. A gilded book who’s pages are of the finest, softest stretched hide. It focuses on how proper mindset influences control magic. The excessive calligraphy of the book was clearly copied by a novice. (Rego Summa, L13, Q13, Latin)
  • Primus Bestia, by Bjornaer Annura. This book is written thin parchment from numerous animals. (Animal summa, L5 Q18, Latin)
  • Naturam Aquae, by Aharin of Merenita. The pages of this book have been soaked dye, the lettering standing out in stark white contrast. (Aquam Summa, L5 Q15)
  • Ventus Inter Aquilonem et Caelum, by Rega Sii of Ex Miscellanea. This book is simply written, focusing on mastery of weather. It clearly shows the author’s dislike of the Flambeaux. (Auram Summa, L10 Q10)
  • Et Omnem Silvam, by Septimus. The book is bound in wood, with numerous drawings of different trees. Someone has left pressed flowers and leaves between the pages as bookmarks. (Herbam summa, L16 Q15, Latin)
  • Incendium, by Dominus of Tytalus. A surprisingly heavy book written in a firm, aggressive hand. (Ignem summa, L8 Q12, Latin)
  • Studio In Vita, by Corralin of Jerbiton. This book is beautifully calligraphied, and full of poetry from many cultures. It focuses on how people perceive life more than the use of Arts. (Imaginem Summa, L9 Q11)
  • Arte Cogitationes, by Accipitris. This book’s leather-bound cover has gems inset into a mesmerising pattern. (Mentem summa, L16 Q15, Latin)
  • Exhaustive Studies in Magic, by Indisciplus of Bonisagus. This book shows signs of numerous repairs, clearly having been used often. (Magic Theory summa, L6 Q15, Latin)
  • Causae et Curae, by Hildegarde. A small series of texts that discuss diseases and humors. Numerous chaste charts of human anatomy. (Medicine summa, L3 Q13, Latin)
  • The Lais of Marie de France, by Marie de France. A series of 12 books detailing the risque adventures of a bastard girl flirting her way through France’s nobility. (Charm summa, L4 Q15, French)
  • The Honeste of Nobles Frances, by Matilde de Bastille. A series of 6 books describing a young Saxon handmaid’s indenture to her French Mistress. (Intrigue summa, L4 Q14, French)
  • Praesidium, by unknown. This book is written on black-stained parchment with silver ink. The author is prone to sudden changes of topic. (Parma Magica summa, L5 Q15+, Latin; The book’s quality is increased by the reader’s Infernal Lore.)
  • The Bible and New Testament. The library actually has numerous copies of this. (Theology summa, L10 Q3, Latin)
  • Elementa, by Euclid, translated by Adelard of Bath. Thirteen books discussing all the intellectual arts. (Artes Liberales summa, L4 Q9, Italian)

Tractatus:

  • Negatio, by Testudinis. This large book uses only every other page.(Vim Tractatus Q10, Latin)
  • Acceptatio, by Testudinis. A slender text describing magic as a spurned lover. (Vim tractatus Q10, Latin)
  • Stores of the Islandes, by Dominus. Volumes I-V. Tales of adventures on the Mediterranean Sea. (Corsica Lore, Aegean Sea Lore, Ionian Sea Lore; Tractatus Q7, Italian)
  • Farys And Goblyns, by Sorra MacNeal. Numerous short texts referencing different styles of faeries. Missing volume XI. (Two Faerie Lore tractatus, Q9, English)
  • Et Astutia Verstutia, by Fabricos. Each chapter of this thick book is dedicated to a different crafting skill, and how they work together. (numerous Craft tractatus, Q5.)
  • Serving the True Masters by unknown. This book is an exhaustive catalogue of rituals to invoke and summon demons to do others ill, each requiring unique and specific circumstancs. (Two seperate Infernal Lore tractati, Q7)

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