Almost 15 years after she first appeared in "Sea Priestess, " Fortune wrote about her heroine Vivien Le Fay again. In "Moon Magic" Vivien appears as Lilith Le Fay, and uses her knowledge of moontides to construct an astral temple of Hermetic magic.
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