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For the article on the Ahl-i-Batin legacy of Mage: The Awakening, see Subtle One.
Name: Ahl-i-Batin, Batini
Plural: Ahl-i-Batin, Batini
Pronunciation: ahl' ee' bah-teen'
Nicknames: Subtle Ones
Seat: Correspondence
Faction: Council of Nine Mystic Traditions (1466-1922), Independent

Paradigm Edit

In the Dark Ages, the Batini have a Foundation of al-Ikhlas (Awareness of Unity), supporting four Pillars called Ubbadan (Faith): al-Anbiya (Mastery of Fate), al-Fatihah (Mastery over Minds), al-Hajj (Mastery of Space), and al-Layl (Mastery of Secrecy).

History Edit

Early History Edit

Dark Ages Edit

Ahl-i-Batin Fellowship, c. 1230.
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Renaissance Edit

Ahl-i-Batin Tradition, c. 1466.
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Modern Nights Edit

Organization Edit

Factions Edit

Version Differences Edit

Dark Ages: Mage Fellowships

Ahl-i-Batin · Craftmasons · Order of Hermes · Messianic Voices · Old Faith · Spirit-Talkers · Valdaermen

Mage: The Sorcerers Crusade Traditions

Ahl-i-Batin · Akashic Brotherhood · Chakravanti · Chœur Céleste · Dream-Speakers · Order of Hermes · Seers of Chronos · Solificati · Verbenae

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References Edit

  1. MTAs: Order of Hermes Tradition Book, p. 16
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