|Magic and Artistry|
|Author:||Hadrian of Flambeau|
Magic and Artistry is an encyclopedic work by Hadrian of Flambeau, written in 977, concerning the subtleties of spellcasting and direction of effects. Hadrian was known for his precise work, and this work has become, for many, the definitive treatment of the subject, for its clarity and many informative diagrams and illustrations. Hadrian himself was slain in the Schism War.