Entropy

Specialties: Chaos, Dissolution, Fate, Fortune, Order

Luck, fate, chance and chaos are the prime components of the study of Entropy. From this Sphere comes the study of order and randomness,
and thus, the study of totally random creation and destruction. All things dissolve eventually into haphazard components, and similarly events form
from disjointed, unconnected patterns. Whether in thermodynamic theory or metaphysical metaphor, Entropy describes the simple fact that all
things break down, but that new states come from disorder.
For mages interested in coincidence and chance, Entropy affords great possibilities. Mages can sense the flow of probability itself.

Determinism and chaos are equal partners, to the student. The mage can spot chance on the move, recognizing points where probability quirks in
odd directions. With enough mastery, the mage can even influence probability to cause changes and accidents to happen according to her desires.
The mage may not be able to specify the exact outcome, but she can at least cause fair or foul fortune to fall as she wishes.
In practical physical terms, Entropy also relates an understanding of the breakdown, of systems. Although the mage

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