• Earlier, they were playing Dungeons & Dragons. Perhaps "Cintus Supremus" (as several sources have it) has something to do with the game. It's been interpreted this way: Latin for "large pile of ashes". Cintus = cinders, supremus = supreme or large I've seen it suggested as somehow linked to D&D, whether it's a spell/curse or not I haven't found out. If I find out anything else, I shall try to return to add the information. ~~MystMoonstruck~~

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