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Indeed, I assured him, I did know, having done quite a bit of reading on the
subject of vaudou, this at the urging of Ms. Verret. "Oh?" He scratched the back of
his neck. "Tell me about Ogoun Badagris." "One of the aspects of Ogoun," I said, "
"You're about to build the veve of Ogoun Badagris out of three tons of copper.
That sounds like voodoo to me." "It's quite possible," said Jocundra, angry at
Otille's know-it-all manner, "that the veve is an analogue to some mechanism in
Lucanor Aime." "And Aime," said Donnell coldly, more calmly than Jocundra
might have expected. "His patron deity, that would be Ogoun." "Ogoun Badagris,"
murmured Otille. "Astounding, isn't it?" said Ezawa. "The good magician and the
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