Some of these of course are derived from real world proverbs and of course the Hávamál
Even Kings fear to meddle in the affairs of Wizards.
Never trust anyone who seeks to deny you weapons.
You can never cross the same river twice.
Have a bite before a feast as a hungry man is not a wise speaker
Never walk away from home ahead of your axe and sword.You can't feel a battle in your bones
or foresee a fight.
All men die, not all of them easily
Who travels widely needs his wits about him,The stupid should stay at home
Never speak prophecy if you are right, no one will believe or remember.
A word to the wise is enough.
Not all treasure is silver and gold.
A fancy cloak doesn't make a man noble.
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