Commit 027bc09d authored by Craig Maloney's avatar Craig Maloney
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Fixing typo

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......@@ -21,7 +21,7 @@ Chaosah was founded by a young witch named Chicory. She was a curious witch, and
![ChicoryDiscoversBlackHole](https://www.peppercarrot.com/data/wiki/medias/img/magic_chicory.jpg)
_Chicory discovers the Chaosah Black Hole (artist's rendition)_
Her discoveries caught the attention of other like-minded witches and she taught them what she learned. Eventually more students arrived and Chicory found herself spending every waking moment teaching students. Her original plan was to have several of her brighter students teach the newer students, but everyone wanted to hear the words of Chicory direct from the source. So she appointed her first apprentice. The apprentice is known as "the unnamed apprentice" in the Chaosah literature. This apprentice was eager to please Chicory. Chicory became more and more impatient and frustrated the longer she was away from her research, and the apprentice tended to be the one to receive the results of her impatient and frustration. One day Chicory needed something from the top shelf of one of the potion racks. "The unnamed apprentice" wanted to please an already angry Chicory, and decided to get the potion as quickly as possible. Unfortunately the apprentice did not get a ladder and instead began to climb the wobbly potion shelves to get the potion. The potions toppled, broke, and spilled all over "the unnamed apprentice". The potions interacted with each other in strange and unpredictable ways. The records of the event still exhibit potion-induced time distortions and it is feared the true fate of "the unnamed apprentice" may never be known. This lead to one of the first rules of Chaosah: "A true witch of Chaosah doesn't climb the potion shelves".
Her discoveries caught the attention of other like-minded witches and she taught them what she learned. Eventually more students arrived and Chicory found herself spending every waking moment teaching students. Her original plan was to have several of her brighter students teach the newer students, but everyone wanted to hear the words of Chicory direct from the source. So she appointed her first apprentice. The apprentice is known as "the unnamed apprentice" in the Chaosah literature. This apprentice was eager to please Chicory. Chicory became more and more impatience and frustrated the longer she was away from her research, and the apprentice tended to be the one to receive the results of her impatient and frustration. One day Chicory needed something from the top shelf of one of the potion racks. "The unnamed apprentice" wanted to please an already angry Chicory, and decided to get the potion as quickly as possible. Unfortunately the apprentice did not get a ladder and instead began to climb the wobbly potion shelves to get the potion. The potions toppled, broke, and spilled all over "the unnamed apprentice". The potions interacted with each other in strange and unpredictable ways. The records of the event still exhibit potion-induced time distortions and it is feared the true fate of "the unnamed apprentice" may never be known. This lead to one of the first rules of Chaosah: "A true witch of Chaosah doesn't climb the potion shelves".
After the potion incident Chicory selected someone to replace her (presumed missing) apprentice. Though she could no longer have a true apprentice (as the rituals surrounding apprenticeship are made for life) she selected an eager young witch named Thyme to take on the role. Thyme worked closely with Chicory to ensure that Chicory had more time to do her research, but despite Thyme's best efforts to wall off her mentor there were still folks who demanded to receive instruction from Chicory herself. The demands of running the school and "being the leader of Chaosah" took their toll on Chicory and she was fed up. Legend has it that Chicory decided she'd done enough with teaching others and decided to seclude herself in a pocket dimension where she could continue her research undisturbed. Whether she will ever return is the stuff of speculation and legend. Before the demise of Chaosah there were a small band of witches who would hold a vigil waiting for the eventual return of Chicory. Those who were closest to Chicory (including Thyme) figured it was best to let her do her research in peace, lest she return in a more powerful and agitated state.
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