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<div class="quote">DYBAD wrote:<br />Indeed. Truth be told, divine power simply looks like a superior brand magic.</div>
 
<div class="quote">DYBAD wrote:<br />Indeed. Truth be told, divine power simply looks like a superior brand magic.</div>
And sometimes, it isn't even that. It's just ''bigger'', not stronger. And by bigger I mean they have more of it that a human could ever have. For instance: Rick Riordan's Kane Chronicles and this Magnus Chase series, the Iron Druid Chronicles, and Warhammer 40k.
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And sometimes, it isn't even that. It's just ''bigger'', not stronger. And by bigger I mean they have more of it that a human could ever have. For instance: Rick Riordan's Kane Chronicles and this Magnus Chase series, the Iron Druid Chronicles(for the ones who aren't in style anymore), Dungeons and Dragons, and Warhammer 40k.

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DYBAD wrote:
Indeed. Truth be told, divine power simply looks like a superior brand magic.

And sometimes, it isn't even that. It's just bigger, not stronger. And by bigger I mean they have more of it that a human could ever have. For instance: Rick Riordan's Kane Chronicles and this Magnus Chase series, the Iron Druid Chronicles(for the ones who aren't in style anymore), Dungeons and Dragons, and Warhammer 40k.

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