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'''Master Dagani''' was a [[mage]] and scholar who was a master at the School for Mages and the [[Imperial University of Carthak]]. She specialized in illusion magic.<ref>Various school schedules throughout ''[[Tempests and Slaughter]]''.</ref>
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{{Mage|name = Dagani|honorific = Master|nationality = [[Carthak|Carthaki]]|specialty = Illusion magic|gender = Female|hair = Black|eyes = Brown|rank = Master|accreditation = Mastery, red robe|student = [[Numair Salmalín]]|occupation = Teacher|universe = [[Tortallan Universe]]|firstappeared = [[Tempests and Slaughter]]}}'''Master Dagani''' was a [[mage]] and scholar. She taught at the [[Imperial University of Carthak|Imperial University of Carthak's]] School for Mages. She specialized in illusion magic.<ref>Various school schedules throughout ''[[Tempests and Slaughter]]''.</ref>
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
 
===Teaching===
 
===Teaching===
When [[Numair Salmalín|Arram Draper]] was in the Lower Academy at the School for Mages, Dagani taught him in concert with his friends, [[Ozorne Tasikhe]] and [[Varice Kingsford]].<ref>School schedule before Chapter 5 (pg. 75; Random House hardcover)</ref> At their first lesson, Prince Ozorne was so taken with Dagani's beauty, that he would not stop gaping at her. It was funny enough that it made Varice giggle in front of the teacher. Their first day, Arram's [[Gift]] had escaped him, Dagani instructed him to keep a handle on it, and also that magic attracts magic from others. The Imperial University had always been a magnet for powerful magical beings due to the concentration of powerful magic in the teachers and students.<ref name="ts1" />
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When [[Numair Salmalín|Arram Draper]] was in the Lower Academy at the School for Mages, Dagani taught him in concert with his friends, [[Ozorne Tasikhe]] and [[Varice Kingsford]].<ref>School schedule before Chapter 5 (pg. 75; Random House hardcover)</ref> At their first lesson, Prince Ozorne was so taken with Dagani's beauty, that he would not stop gaping at her. It was funny enough that it made Varice giggle in front of the teacher. During their first day, Arram's [[Gift]] escaped him. Dagani instructed him to keep a handle on it, and that magic attracts magic from others. The Imperial University was a magnet for powerful magical beings due to the concentration of powerful magic in the teachers and students.<ref name="ts1" />
   
 
==Physical description==
 
==Physical description==
Dagani is described as radiantly beautiful, with a full red mouth. Arram describes it as able to knock a fellow breathless. She had wavy black hair that she usually pinned up in a bun.<ref name="ts1">''T & S'', Ch. 5 (pp. 87-92; hardcover)</ref>
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Dagani was radiantly beautiful, with glossy black hair, and a full red mouth. Arram described it as able to knock a fellow breathless. She had wavy black hair that she usually pinned up in a bun.<ref name="ts1">''T & S'', Ch. 5 (pp. 87-92; hardcover)</ref>
   
 
==Personality and traits==
 
==Personality and traits==
Dagani is cool and collected. She is described as being very kind and gracious. She helped to placate a nervous Arram after he caused a flood to happen in [[Girisunika|Girisunika's]] classroom.
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Dagani was cool and collected. She was very kind and gracious. She helped placate a nervous Arram after he caused a flood in [[Girisunika|Girisunika's]] classroom.
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== Appearances ==
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* The [[Numair Chronicles|'''''Numair Chronicles''''']]
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**[[Tempests and Slaughter|''Tempests and Slaughter'']]
   
 
==Notes and references==
 
==Notes and references==

Revision as of 16:55, June 2, 2018

Dagani
Biographical Information
Birth Name
Mage Name
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Honorific Master
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Born
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Nationality Carthaki
Gift
Magic
Specialization Illusion magic
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Gender Female
Height
Hair Black
Eyes Brown
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Rank Master
Residence
Bazhir Tribe
K'miri Tribe
Education
Accreditation Mastery, red robe
Teacher(s)
Student(s) Numair Salmalín
Occupation Teacher
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Tortallan Universe character
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First Appeared Tempests and Slaughter
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Master Dagani was a mage and scholar. She taught at the Imperial University of Carthak's School for Mages. She specialized in illusion magic.[1]

Biography

Teaching

When Arram Draper was in the Lower Academy at the School for Mages, Dagani taught him in concert with his friends, Ozorne Tasikhe and Varice Kingsford.[2] At their first lesson, Prince Ozorne was so taken with Dagani's beauty, that he would not stop gaping at her. It was funny enough that it made Varice giggle in front of the teacher. During their first day, Arram's Gift escaped him. Dagani instructed him to keep a handle on it, and that magic attracts magic from others. The Imperial University was a magnet for powerful magical beings due to the concentration of powerful magic in the teachers and students.[3]

Physical description

Dagani was radiantly beautiful, with glossy black hair, and a full red mouth. Arram described it as able to knock a fellow breathless. She had wavy black hair that she usually pinned up in a bun.[3]

Personality and traits

Dagani was cool and collected. She was very kind and gracious. She helped placate a nervous Arram after he caused a flood in Girisunika's classroom.

Appearances

Notes and references

  1. Various school schedules throughout Tempests and Slaughter.
  2. School schedule before Chapter 5 (pg. 75; Random House hardcover)
  3. 3.0 3.1 T & S, Ch. 5 (pp. 87-92; hardcover)
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