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Richard Highwind

by RosethornzeroRosethornzero 07 Apr 2011 14:29

Richard Highwind, Kain's father, and Cecil's and Theodore's uncle.

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Figment (/ˈfɪgmənt/ [fig-muhnt]) , n. [L. figmentum, fr. fingere to form, shape, invent, feign.]
An invention; a fiction; something feigned or imagined: just a figment of the imagination.

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