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Time: March 15, 2009 to June 4, 2009
Location: www.webserial.ning.com
Website or Map: http://www.webserial.ning.com
Event Type: webseries
Organized By: Vittorio Adinolfi
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2009

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"Wizard! - Book 1: The Secret War "is the first season of a new webseries in 13 episodes of three minutes, from march 13, on www.webserial.ning.com, every Friday and every Monday following on all video sharing sites (YouTube, DailyMotion, Veoh, MetaCafe, Kewego, Vimeo and others). Each episode is subtitled in English.
The series is created by Vittorio Adinolfi and produced by Dissolvenze Incrociate, the same team behind the webseries Nea Polis and Black Agent.

How can our sensory perception distinguish the true from false? How can the individual notice of an illusion and call it for what really is? The operation of the company itself is based on real illusions of knowledge that determine mental processes, developed and accepted as truth for granted. What if one day someone reveals the trick? If someone proves the great illusion, we should stop it?

Many centuries ago, there was an ancient hereditary priestly caste of Zoroastrianism, whose members were called Magi, or Wizards. The master magio of this caste, Nergal Sharezar, swore to keep secret to the world the great truth. A faction of Necromancers, long after, however, decided to reveal to mankind that reality is just a magic trick created by the Supreme Magus. But someone is opposed to this plan: another faction of sorcerers, against this project. Bursts so, a secret war between wizards. One of the battlefields of this conflict is Naples, which is protected by nine talismans of Virgil, but now, having been stolen, has no magic shield.

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