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From lore +‎ master.


loremaster ‎(plural loremasters)

  1. (chiefly fantasy) A wise person with knowledge of history, genealogy and ancient poetry and possibly magic as well.
    • 2004, Oberon Zell-Ravenheart, Grimoire for the Apprentice Wizard, Book-mart Press, ISBN 978-1-56414-711-0, page 2:
      Wizards, let's face it, are natural-born meddlers! Alchemists, inventors, king-makers, prophets, seers, spell-casters, loremasters, teachers, initiators, magicians, visionaries—Wizards are perpetually engaged in world-transformation, trying to make the world a better place for everyone.
    • 2009, Brian Libby, Storm Approaching (novel), AuthorHouse, ISBN 978-1-4389-4779-2, page 134:
      “I’m a student of Labarnon’s, the great loremaster of the Higher Academy in the Capital, and I’m studying ancient ruins. Southern Datana has not been examined very much.”
    • 2009, Kevin J. Herbst, The Stone of Zoral, AuthorHouse, ISBN 978-1-4389-2978-1, page 237:
      Zalaman’s eyes twinkled. “Though many loremasters dwell in Corsand, I desired written accounts. Loremasters hold much of their knowledge locked inside their blessed heads. ¶ []