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  1. Danris Reply
    The Ninth Legion is a Militaristic faction of Beastkin which primarily hail from lands outside of the Phoenix Isles, as such is the diversity in which the Legions draw from, there are many different types of Beastkin found within their numbers. Little information is openly know to those outside of the faction or the Empire in which they represent and they are usually identified through a black.
  2. Doukus Reply
    Fields of Illusion is a live-action roleplaying club that hosts 2 events a year, based in Devon, South West of England.
  3. Faushicage Reply
    Fields of Illusion is a British Larp that combines high fantasy with a little bit of gunpowder for added boom. Details for this larp are here.
  4. Akinolmaran Reply
    Jul 23,  · The leaves on the good fields of sorghum are starting to turn brown, my husband told me a few weeks ago, and the other fields are barely out of the ground. It had been pretty dry for a couple.
  5. Kagajas Reply
    Dec 20,  · snapcase-lookinglasself - () This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
  6. Tauk Reply
    Past Event Galleries Please click on the galleries for more pictures.
  7. JoJolabar Reply
    Fields of Illusion endeavour to always run two events a year. The first is held on the last bank holiday weekend in May and the second is held on the first weekend in August. Below you will be able to find all the information regarding our events for this year, as well as the provisional dates for next year. May 28th .
  8. Mejora Reply
    You are in the Phoenix Isles; The Fields of Illusion. Apparently arriving long ago from another realm, the camp seemingly appeared from nowhere. It has a reputation of surviving through the hardest of times. Either through skill and steel or negotiations they have truly made a mark on the map.
  9. Mezigis Reply
    An illusion of color difference or luminosity difference can be created when the luminosity or color of the area surrounding an unfamiliar object is changed. The luminosity of the object will appear brighter against a black field (that reflects less light) compared to a white field, even though the object itself did not change in luminosity.

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