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Despite their many mistakes, the Traditions have plenty to be proud of. For over half a millennium, the Council has championed diversity, cooperation, and mutual respect across cultural divides. This might not seem like much these days, especially not given the Council's many lapses when it comes to the Dreamspeakers in particular. Still, the wide range of people who've earned the title Master among the Traditions hasn't been limited by race or creed – only by accomplishment. During eras when witches were considered more suitable for kindling than companionship, when Catholics burned Protestants and both burned Jews, when white governments considered non-whites to be less than human (and women often even less than that), the Council held every Tradition mage to the same standard: be good at what you do, and do it well.

Akashayana

(Akashic Brotherhood)
Sanskrit: "Order of the Vehicle of Akasha"

Celestial Chorus

Chakravanti

(Euthanatos)
Sanskrit: "People of the Wheel"

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Kha'vadi

(Dreamspeakers)
"Those whose vision shapes the world"

Mercurial Elite

(Virtual Adepts)

Order of Hermes

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Sahajiya

(Cult of Ecstasy)
Sanskrit: "Naturals"

Society of Ether

(Sons of Ether)

Verbenae

(Verbena)

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