Duorbis: Colission of the worlds (WSA)

Duorbis: Colission of the worlds (WSA)

Duorbis: Colission of the worlds (WSA)

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Last Update August 11, 2022

Duorbis: Colission of the worlds (WSA) is The Duorbiscreation,The novel is mainly aboutThe group was still whole, and the balance was maintained. Aarit was leading the team inwards on every floor before leading them up. This way, they avoided using the same ladder all the time. Aarit was a warlock with a robust architectural intelligence. After moving a little inside a structure, he could visualize which staircase led to where, which door connected to where, the size of the rooms, and the width of the halls. This was a talent that he constantly developed by building structures on his own. Aarit was famous for imprisoning his enemy or a group in a complex system. Although the structures he built with his magic were not very resistant to impact, it was ideal for distracting the sorcerers he trapped in them. It would not be apparent when or where the trap would come out, and Aarit could constantly change the structure according to the behavior of the person he would imprison. Although this was not an effective method for sorcerers with destructive powers, it was ideal for f Read Novel

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Duorbis: Colission of the worlds (WSA) is The Duorbiscreation,The novel is mainly aboutThe group was still whole, and the balance was maintained. Aarit was leading the team inwards on every floor before leading them up. This way, they avoided using the same ladder all the time. Aarit was a warlock with a robust architectural intelligence. After moving a little inside a structure, he could visualize which staircase led to where, which door connected to where, the size of the rooms, and the width of the halls. This was a talent that he constantly developed by building structures on his own. Aarit was famous for imprisoning his enemy or a group in a complex system. Although the structures he built with his magic were not very resistant to impact, it was ideal for distracting the sorcerers he trapped in them. It would not be apparent when or where the trap would come out, and Aarit could constantly change the structure according to the behavior of the person he would imprison. Although this was not an effective method for sorcerers with destructive powers, it was ideal for f Read Novel

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