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Slowly he raised the neck of the bottle to his lips and took a long hard swig. " The horseman took another mouthful but this time held the cool fluid in his mouth and sloshed it around between his teeth. Turning in his saddle to look down on the filthy creature locked into the cage hanging from a road-side tree, he spat out the liquid in a fountain of yellow water mixed with saliva and mucus. The rancid plume hit Pierre full in the face, soaking his once passable shirt, and the riders laughed heartily as they spurred their steeds and galloped off into the distance.
Not only evil, chaotic witches hold sabbats and form covens. Since women and peasants getting involved with magic in any way are looked on with extreme suspicion, it is not surprising that those who do so are forced to meet in secret. Those who have picked up knowledge of herbalism and a little magic from ancient tradition discuss their knowledge in secret. Similarly, rural worshippers of Taal, Rhya and the Old Faith, who have followed their gods with strange rites for longer than there has been a Kingdom of Bretonnia, hold secret meetings at places of especial significance for their faith, such as stone circles, blessed groves and faery pools.
The quietest, most barbaric parts of the land are littered with the unmarked graves of those left slaughtered by the witch-crazed mob. There are some ‘good’ witches, however, who do indeed possess magical (or seemingly magical) abilities but are in no way connected with the powers of chaos. They are able to do little more than give locals welcome BRETONNIA–PROJECT advice on the finer points of life, brew age-old potions and poultices, and sometimes use low-level magic in aid of others. Some of these individuals worship Ecate, but regard her more as a mother-figure and mistress of magic than as an evil deity; in time, however, they occasionally become tainted and corrupted by Ecate and her husbandson Khaine’s true nature, unwittingly turning to evil.