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Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM By Joseph J. Bailey

So you want to be a wizard You know being a wizard is not all quests filled with high adventure, finding priceless treasure, warm adulation and reward, and uncovering newfound knowledge You really want to be ensorcelled by fell magics, accosted by boisterous knights, enchanted by hostile magicians, waylaid by villainous rogues, attacked by creatures from the nether realms,So you want to be a wizard You know being a wizard is not all quests filled with high adventure, finding priceless treasure, warm adulation and reward, and uncovering newfound knowledge You really want to be ensorcelled by fell magics, accosted by boisterous knights, enchanted by hostile magicians, waylaid by villainous rogues, attacked by creatures from the nether realms, cursed by dread warlocks, and worse And those on some of your better days Seriously Are you crazy If you are crazy, not serious serious is optional , then Mulogo is the wizard for you and Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry is the guide you ll live by Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry provides a concise summary in plain well, mostly plain language for wizards who wish to have a manual for survival in a harsh world where people and much nastier want to kill you and take your stuff usually in that order.With varied subject topics ranging from Allies and Whether to Buy Them, On Reducing Risk and Capitalizing on the Failure of Others , Protecting Yourself From Yourself, How to Minimize the Curiosity of Others, and When Griffins Attack, Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry will allow you to thrive but first you have to survive Hopefully you ll enjoy a few laughs along the way 1 Scribe s Notes 1 Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry is a largely farcical text making light of wizardly conventions within the larger fantasy, gaming, and roleplaying traditions, assorted related communities and offshoots, memes, and various cultural derivatives 2 2 If you do not like satire, or laughing, this book is not for you 3 3 Perhaps a exciting tome like Navel Lint, Its Permutations and Harvesting would be to your liking 4 4 Mulogo does not condone laughing.
  • Title: Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry: A Wizard's Guide to Survival in a World Where People Want to Kill You and Take Your Stuff
  • Author: Joseph J. Bailey
  • ISBN: 9780615749853
  • Page: 283
  • Format: Paperback

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Martyn Stanley Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
There's nothing like a great fantasy story! And this is NOTHING like a great fantasy story. Sorry, if you were expecting, adventure, excitement and encounters with daemons from alternate dimensions This just isn't going to fulfill your needs if that's what you're after.What you DO get with this title is a lot of satire and dry wit. Cover aside, this seems very professionally put together for a title I snapped up for the princely sum of nothing at all, from . Yes, I downloaded it for free, and it [...]
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Sheila Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Occasionally wise in spite of himself, the self-absorbed wizard with the enormously long name offers clever aphorisms on life to the reader while his reluctantly obedient scribe provides a cynical commentary in chapter end notes. The writing has a nicely convoluted style, perfectly suited to the content, with enjoyably droll humor both in the wizard’s egotism and his scribe’s objections. Some nicely timed surprises add to the enjoyment as a wizard proves the truth of his statement “Be open [...]
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Dixie Conley Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Thin and rather repetitive. The first half of the book could be summed up in two sentences: A wizard's chief duty should be to survive. To survive, go unnoticed. Admittedly, the twist with the bakery was nice, but it got lost in all the blather. The second half of the book is the glossary, which was, alas, more interesting than the first half.A clever idea, but not well-executed.
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Dawn Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
There's no story here no tale just the ramblings of a wizard (and comments by his scribe).Amusing, interesting, and entertaining I wonder if there is a copy of this in the library at Hogwarts?!
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Tim Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
The extended title for this work is: “Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry - A Wizard’s Guide to Survival in a World Where People Want to Kill You and Take Your Stuff (Exceptional Advice for Adventurers Everywhere).” I got this free through and the author in exchange for a fair review. It’s sort of a set of guidelines for neophyte wizards. The “author Mulogo, 300+ years old, with the help of his Scribe, “Ludaceous Vaer Mordicanum, Scribe, Lesser Under Understudy, Apprentice Wizard 3rd Orde [...]
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Sho'nuff! Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
My Nose Hairs Never Looked Better!Written as an indirect dialogue between a wizard and his scribe (with pertinent wizardly advice sandwiched between), Mulogo's Treatise is a fun, witty little read. While Mulogo offers (or, in this case, tries to offer) his vaunted wizardly knowledge to aspiring wizards, the snarky commentary on his words provided by Mulogo's scribe Ludaceous via notations at the bottom of each page undermines most of what Mulogo says with humor. While this running commentary is [...]
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March Shoggoth Madness The Haunted Reading Room Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Review of Mulogo’s Treatise on Wizardry by Joseph J. Bailey5 starsI reviewed a complimentary e-book copy provided in return for my fair and impartial review.I’m kind of pleased that I don’t have to know Wizard Mulogo in real life; after 3,000 plus years of life, the man is a little-well, egotistical. He does, however, in some cases know his stuff (he masquerades as a confectioner in order to avoid adventuring mobs seeking plunder) and his conceit, when backdropped by his scribe’s footnot [...]
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Elizabeth Burgess Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
For all you fantasy lovers who think being a wizard is all fun and games -- this treatise is for you. Mulogo will show you the error in your thinking. Mulogo's Treatise is a comical, quick look into the exciting, yet extremely dangerous lifestyle of a wizard. While many other reviewers are claiming the scribe's footnotes steal the show, I find myself much more drawn to Mulogo. The author's use of dry wit really brings this character to life. Mulogo's casual understatement had me continuously chu [...]
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Moosemolar Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Mulogo's Treatise is a small book full of wizardly wizdom! Written as an indirect dialogue between a master wizard and his scribe (the scribe provides commentary on his master's wizardly advice as footnotes at the end of each chapter), the novella is full quips, rejoinders, and wit while also poking fun at many common fantasy stereotypes and themes.Although satirical (and quite funny), the book is also surprisingly full of real, practical advice. If you are ready to enjoy some wizardly wit, this [...]
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Susan Wiggins Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry is a fun unique "how also" book on being a wizard like Mulogo with a slight twist of banter. You will enjoy these cleverly written passages of Mulogo's artistry and insights into wizardry along with his distinctive traveling companion the scribe.The scribe's witty satire steals the show with his exceptional ending notes.
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Ashley Deslatte Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
Clever and witty, this book kept me interested (and up past my bedtime reading!) all the way through. A fun, easy (and quick!) read. The author's use of the scribe's notes at the end of each chapter provided a more accurate and entertaining view of Mulogo. A must read!
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Joseph Bailey Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
From the Author:The EA'AE books are guides one might happen upon within the larger multiverse created in the Chronicles of the Fists trilogy fantasy books giving farcical advice for professions that don't exist (even if we may want for them to or not).
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Jessica Roberts Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
I liked itI really did, but parts of it were repetitive, and all the numbered subscriptions drove me nuts. Still, it's fun!
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Andrew G. Dixon Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
.A humorous and stimulating approach to becoming a wizard of standing. A must read for the up and coming apprentice. 5 Stars!
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Kenneth Oct 15, 2019 - 00:10 AM
A quick, funny read. Wish there was more substance, but still worth the short time it takes to read.
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Mulogo's Treatise on Wizardry: A Wizard's Guide to Survival in a World Where People Want to Kill You and Take Your Stuff By Joseph J. Bailey So you want to be a wizard You know being a wizard is not all quests filled with high adventure, finding priceless treasure, warm adulation and reward, and uncovering newfound knowledge You really want to be ensorcelled by fell magics, accosted by boisterous knights, enchanted by hostile magicians, waylaid by villainous rogues, attacked by creatures from the nether realms,So you want to be a wizard You know being a wizard is not all quests filled with high adventure, finding priceless treasure, warm adulation and reward, and uncovering newfound knowledge You really want to be ensorcelled by fell magics, accosted by boisterous knights, enchanted by hostile magicians, waylaid by villainous rogues, attacked by creatures from the nether realms, cursed by dread warlocks, and worse And those on some of your better days Seriously Are you crazy If you are crazy, not serious serious is optional , then Mulogo is the wizard for you and Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry is the guide you ll live by Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry provides a concise summary in plain well, mostly plain language for wizards who wish to have a manual for survival in a harsh world where people and much nastier want to kill you and take your stuff usually in that order.With varied subject topics ranging from Allies and Whether to Buy Them, On Reducing Risk and Capitalizing on the Failure of Others , Protecting Yourself From Yourself, How to Minimize the Curiosity of Others, and When Griffins Attack, Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry will allow you to thrive but first you have to survive Hopefully you ll enjoy a few laughs along the way 1 Scribe s Notes 1 Mulogo s Treatise on Wizardry is a largely farcical text making light of wizardly conventions within the larger fantasy, gaming, and roleplaying traditions, assorted related communities and offshoots, memes, and various cultural derivatives 2 2 If you do not like satire, or laughing, this book is not for you 3 3 Perhaps a exciting tome like Navel Lint, Its Permutations and Harvesting would be to your liking 4 4 Mulogo does not condone laughing.

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