Certainty is less secure at boundaries, reality less rigid. In places ambiguous (neither sea nor shore, day or night, river or land) magic can seep through.
Work in Progress
(Click for links to prior chapters.) More days pass as Taver prioritizes fixing the holes Orsin created in the defenses and I decide what projects we can undertake on the civil side. The scribe, bless him, kept track of how many people suggested the same thing, and the city aqueduct/fountain system is the winner by…