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[[H-string]]s are a term, possibly coined by [[Maggie]], for the mystical connections formed by the bonds between [[unit]]s. They are the basis of [[Date-a-mancy]] and are closely related to [[G-string]]s.
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[[H-string]]s are a term, possibly coined by [[Maggie]], for the mystical connections formed by the bonds between [[unit]]s. They are the basis of [[Date-a-mancy]] ("They connect hearts, not heads."){{erf|3|313}} and are closely related to [[G-string]]s.
  
 
H-strings allow the transmission of emotions and feelings. Date-a-mancers, and to a lesser degree Thinkamancers, have a natural ability to [[sense]] them, though most Thinkamancers are only aware of them to a minor degree and interpret them as simple vibrations on G-strings.
 
H-strings allow the transmission of emotions and feelings. Date-a-mancers, and to a lesser degree Thinkamancers, have a natural ability to [[sense]] them, though most Thinkamancers are only aware of them to a minor degree and interpret them as simple vibrations on G-strings.
  
It is possible to change a unit's location by using [[juice]] to tug on their H-strings.
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It is possible to change a unit's location by using [[juice]] to tug on their H-strings.{{erf|3|299}}
  
 
=Speculation=
 
=Speculation=

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Magic 101
Natural Magic, Caster, Caster link, Juice, Scroll, Magic Item, Spell, Grandiocosmic Strings, H-strings, Channels, Nodes, Dictums
Caster proficiency: NoviceAdeptMaster


Proposed Canon

H-strings are a term, possibly coined by Maggie, for the mystical connections formed by the bonds between units. They are the basis of Date-a-mancy ("They connect hearts, not heads.")Erf-b3-p313Same-site.PNG and are closely related to G-strings.

H-strings allow the transmission of emotions and feelings. Date-a-mancers, and to a lesser degree Thinkamancers, have a natural ability to sense them, though most Thinkamancers are only aware of them to a minor degree and interpret them as simple vibrations on G-strings.

It is possible to change a unit's location by using juice to tug on their H-strings.Erf-b3-p299Same-site.PNG

Speculation

It is possible that H-strings are also the basis of Findamancy, allowing the Findamancer to search the connections between things and enact summoning spells.