The Book of Kith and Kin

Posted in Feature on November 7, 2007

By Doug Beyer

Senior creative designer on Magic's creative team and lover of writing and worldbuilding. Doug blogs about Magic flavor and story at http://dougbeyermtg.tumblr.com/

Kithkin children remember stories from The Book of Kith and Kin as some of their earliest memories, and kithkin elders quote it to their dying day. The Book of Kith and Kin is a sort of kithkin almanac that collects together bits of wisdom, short tales, legends, practical advice, aphorisms, and superstitions written for kithkin, about kithkin, and by kithkin. Luckily for you, Planeswalker, a copy of this book has surfaced at a bazaar on Kephalai, giving you the chance to flip to a random page and read what's written there.

Sketch by Richard Whitters

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