High Wizardry Themes

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Entropy vs Perfection

In High Wizardry, the author describes the Lone Power as having been responsible for the creation of entropy. Entropy, which describes a system that is flawed or a measure of disorder within a system, is the gift the Lone Power gave to the universe. The idea and concept had been so disturbing to the other Powers that they exiled him to a life alone. Once known as the 'Beautiful One', he has become an adversary wandering the dark edges of the universe, creating chaos and uncertainty in his wake. He thrives on the misery that the prospect of death brings, and enjoys the fear it inspires in world after world.

As a result of his behavior, the remaining Powers are forced to extend some of their abilities to other beings in the universe, using them to fight for the universe they tried so hard to create...

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