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A mage rode forth from Karse one day, a-fleeing for his life
He bore his staff beside his ancient sword and jeweled knife.
He made a camp within a grove where much to his surprise,
Adrift upon a sea of mist he saw a thousand eyes.


Eyes, white unblinking eyes
As blue as the sky.
No mage can pass our borders
And escape the Vrondi's eyes.


A dark and wicked sorcerer who'd made a bloody pact
Came on a sleeping holding and the folk therein attacked.
No sooner did he weave his spell and rouse their anguished cries
Then all at once he felt the glare of disembodied eyes.


Eyes, white unblinking eyes
As blue as the sky.
No mage can pass our borders
And escape the Vrondi's eyes.


NotesEdit

In Valdemar, there is a song about the vrondi called "Vanyel's Eyes." Vanyel enlisted the vrondi to watch out for foreign magic. This is discussed in the novels, and also in the short story "A Wake of Vultures" by Elisabeth Waters, in No True Way, Anthologies, Volume 8.

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