Student or Learner
In this sentence.
I don't want one of you trying to get away a-clanking with magic... you'd be spell-traced and hunted down
Is what's in red saying: I don't want one of you trying to get away leaving a so noisy magic trail ...that a mage will hunt you down.?
I don't quite get this a-clanking at all.
Thanks a lot
Last edited by Bushwhacker; 25-Nov-2009 at 19:54.
Well, there are three knights being besieged by mages and enemies in their own palace. One of them, father of the other two, says one of them must get away at least to revenge. The father shows he knows more than one combat spell he uses against enemies, while he's been always ranting and raving about magic. A son ask him to teach them magic in order to be stronger in the fight, but the father is not wanting to teach anything because the survivor could be traced -if he deploys magic- by mages and eliminated, avoiding all possible revenge.
Does it help?
Thank You for the assistance.
I suppose he is saying that if a person casts a spell that person can be traced using that spell.