Not everyone in Teilequin is fond of magic, despite how plentiful it is. Some find the dangers of using it to be far worse than any good it might do, and they even assert that magic will be the undoing of the world if people go on using it. These like-minded individuals, concerned for the future of Caevaria and convinced that magic is the greatest threat to their continued existence, have banded together with a common interest. When they first formed, the organization laid out a list of laws and beliefs concerning magic; that list was twenty-six items long. As such, they adopted these "pillars" of their beliefs as the name for their group.
In essence, the Twenty-Six Pillars believe that the use of magic is a horrid act and will bring far more harm into the world than good. They will actively attempt to disrupt any magical practice they come across, and they do not personally make use of natural magic. They do allow their greatest acolytes to make use of artifacts that have been created already, acknowledging that without such force they could not affect real change. However, they also vow that once they have stamped the use of magic out from the world, they will destroy their artifacts as well.
Their leader, a man named Pachomius, is rumored to be working on a method of wiping out the very existence of magic. Whether or not such a rumor is true, or how much progress Pachomius has made towards that end, is hard to say.
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