Celestial Order

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A wizard of the Celestial Order.

The Celestial Order is one of the eight Colleges of Magic who train Wizards in The Empire. Celestial wizards are expert seers and specialists with the afterlife. As a result the order often use celestial images such as comets, stars and crescent moons. Celestial wizards are skilled at astronomy and devote substantial time to studying the night sky. The Celestial orders building in the college is cleverly concealed near the heart of Altdorf, with few others truly knowing where it is.

The Lore of Magic they study is the Lore of the Heavens which they know as Astrometeorological Thaumaturgy hence them often being refered to as Astromancers. [2a]


The first leader of the Order came from Nuln having learnt from Teclis and Finreir

Known Members


  • Altdorf College: Located on the south bank of the Reik, it has the highest towers in the city - its domes need to be cleaned every evening due to pigeon droppings. As apprentices can be assigned this job as a punishment and may have to resort to magic if they fall they draw spectators.[1a] There are sixteen turrets with the towers made of blue and white stone and each culminating in shimmering domes of enchanted glass. [5a]

Relations with others

There rumoured links between the scholars of Verena and the College and worshippers of Morr in his aspect of the God of Dreams will also consult magisters of the Order. [2a]


  • Fantastic Foresight: The Wizard shimmers as they are linked to their allies and the prophecies of the heavens. [4a]
  • Let the Four Winds Blow: Mighty winds howl across the battlefield as the spirits of the air are called upon. [4a]
  • Thorsen's Thunderstorm: A storm rages after a tiny stone hammer is thrown at the casters enemy. [4a]


The Eight Pointed Star, the Comet [4a] and the Crescent. [2a] it is is only inverted on robes of mourning which notes that a great fellow of the college has fallen in death, to the level of the common folk. [4a]