Chapter 33 THE VISCHER FAMILY (|)
- In the days of old, when the ancient witches were still present in the flesh when being a witch-born was not such a rare phenomenon, and pure magic was as common as the sands on the seashore, there existed a happy family of four, comprising a wizard, a witch, and their two children, a boy and a girl. They were the Vischer family of the Vischer-Andalusian bloodline, one of the many ancient families with a pure magical bloodline.
- The Vischer-Andalusian bloodline was, as the name denoted, a fusion of the Vischer and the Andalusian bloodlines through the Syretian Curse.
- Wizards were fewer compared to the witches, but they weren't as scarce as they are today. Since wizards are beings of pure magic, they can only survive where there is an abundance of pure magic. It was (and still is) an honor to be married to a wizard. Even if he had no iota of common sense, or couldn't even perform any magic at all, it was better to be married to a wizard than to mate with other species.