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I think that "The top master-class caster, like Grand Abbie Janis, may have a unique title," is possibly wrong, at least as far as the title "Grand Abbie" goes. On page 13 Erf-b1-p013Same-site.PNG, Wanda refers to Grand Abbies in a way that suggests to me that there may be more than one: "Even a Grand Abbie couldn't hope to quiet the coming battle." If there was only one, wouldn't she have said "Even the Grand Abbie..." ? -- Eriksiers 17:23, 26 May 2009 (UTC)

I think that line was just to explain the fact that Grand Abbie is currently a redirect to this page. I'd agree though, this particular bit of speculation is unlikely given how the title has been used... Menlo Marseilles 18:19, 26 May 2009 (UTC)

Personally, I don't think "master-class" is a game term for Erfworld... but I'm all for leaving this page up and seeing what response it gets... Commander I. Heartly Noah

I dunno. There's already been referencesErf-b1-p127Same-site.PNG that imply certain abilities are only in the realm of a master-class caster. If it's not a game term, it's at least a well-attested slang term for some rules-based condition. Menlo Marseilles 18:52, 27 May 2009 (UTC)
I wasn't satisfied by Parson using it once outside of a klog; especially in context it seemed like he could have used any adjective meaning superior; however, I see Grand Abbie Janis also uses the term, so yeah, even if it's not an official rank, it's a term for a high-level caster that seems to be in the common parlance of Erfworld, so it's worth keeping a page on, at least until we get more info Commander I. Heartly Noah

Some Silly Speculation

Ideas for other Master titles:

  • Stuffamancy: Master Chef
  • Stagemancy: Ringmaster
  • Naughtymancy: Dungeon Master
  • Hocus Pocus: Master Baiter
  • Clevermancy: Ticketmaster

Ba-dum TSS. - Frankie (talk) 12:34, 25 April 2016 (EDT)

Those are some good ones! --DukeBG (talk) 12:50, 25 April 2016 (EDT)