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water_and¯ice
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I've thought of a good plot to use ... it's very simple.

The items have their own life, have choices they can make, and also have emotions.
I can incorporate this in to most of the tricks I know (not just card tricks).

Do you think this works well?
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That sounds a lot like what Cardini's style is.
P.S. this is what part of the alphabet would look like if "Q" and "R" were eleminated
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ahh good cardini ... i don't know much of him my friend is quite a fan i've seen smal clips from his preformances. id say his plot is more of a hallucination .. and magic is all around our lives as suggested by another magician ... im not sure who ... but i agree with him from what i've seen
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The "antropomorphization" of cards is a standard cliché in card magic, especially in routines as the "Ambitious card", The Cannibals, etc. This can effectively contribute to add imagination and suspention of belief. In _Life, Death and other card tricks, by Robert Neal, there are many examples of this kind of plot.
Hölderlin (Massimo Manca) - Circolo Amici della Magia - Turin - Italy.
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