Will the Flint in TJ's forehead stay when he dies & resurrects or just disappear?
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Would he be okay in a dark bedroom until morning? Is moonlight considered light? What happens during a new moon? I really wish Uncle Rick detailed the elves more. They’re very interesting and I want to know more, besides I have an OC and this information is important.
So if demigods get a job when they're older, what do you think Walt Stone and Zia Rashid would do?
What happens to einherjar after they are killed in battle? Is there a special afterlife dimensions just for them or do they like cease to exist or something?
Yes, today is Maggie's birthday! (I will be eating falafel for dinner tonight.)
Sen already made a wonderful post to wish a happy birthday to Magnus that you can check out: here. :)
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this is just your everyday friendly reminder that both sadie & carter are black. they’re siblings. their mom was white and their dad was black. they’re both mixed, so please stop saying sadie is white.
i sometimes see art on instagram where people draw sadie with some black features and people get really annoyed about it, so let me remind you of all the things we know about her appearance, from the actual books:
she has caramel-brown hair, usually with colored streaks in it.
her hair is described as straight, but it could be straightened and naturally curly. her grandparents are implied to be pretty racist, so i wouldn’t be that surprised if they encouraged her to.
her eyes are blue.
her skin is lighter than carter’s. nowhere in the books does it say she’s pale.
people she knows at school can tell she’s not white when they look at her.
so, psa: just because the official art (by viria) portrays her as blonde and white-passing, it doesn’t mean other people have to draw her in the same way, and it definitely doesn’t mean she’s white.
sorry, rant over, this stuff just really gets on my nerves.
Where do the magicians get their magic and where do the new magicians come from? The Blood of the Pharaohs is a select group who can host gods but where does everyone else get magic from? Since Zia came from a ordinary village, it seems that just your average mortal can do magic? Speaking of Zia, she isn't Blood of the Pharaohs and she could still host Ra? How do the magicians just know who is most powerful to become the Chief Lector? How come Ruby (Sadie and Carter's mother) used magic but Sadie and Carter's grandparents didn't? Maybe all of this is explained in the book and I just missed it. How do magicians make a living? Do they act like normal people and live in their own homes but secretly keep the gods under control? Please, someone explain this world to me.
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So I have not read the Magnus Chase series. However I have heard about a character in it called Alex, though I'm very confused. In some posts people say Alex is gender fluid however in other posts they say that their a girl and use she her pronouns for them. I'm just wondering what their pronouns actually are
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I was in Egyptian Unit in Social Studies and the book said:
I thought Ra was the sun god
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