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As others have said, a million times over, that's just a robe, hardly an example of someone being a mage, what is traditional about wearing a robe... other than practically anyone other than a knight would wear one?
You seriously think the pointed black-hat isn't a more common example of a magic-user than simply wearing a robe?
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