Fabrication Classification Identification

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Fabrication Classification Identification
Spell information
Nickname fci
Guild Wizards
Type Miscellaneous
Description Get information about an artifact.
GP cost 45
Mind space 15
Thaums 3
Components none
Tome Introeductyon too thee Strukture of thee Multyverss

Fabrication Classification Identification (abbreviated as FCI) is a first order miscellaneous spell which attempts to identify the targeted magical artifact.

An artifact must be probed with this spell before it can be recharged.

Spell details

This spell costs 45 gp to cast and takes up 15 units of mind space.


Spellcheck results
40 61 82 103 124 145 166 187 208 229 250

The following skills are used in the stages of this spell:

Levels of success

There are two levels of success in this spell. A full success will identify the artifact and charges remaining, and produce an extra line indicating that the caster will always recognize that particular artifact, permanently enabling the caster to recharge that artifact type. A 'half' success will identify the artifact and charges remaining, but the caster will have to re-identify it in the future until a full success is achieved.

The caster's ability to identify higher level artifacts is determined by their bonus in the relevant items skill, e.g. a high bonus in magic.items.held.wand is required to identify a balsa wand.


You prepare to cast Fabrication Classification Identification on the red staff.
You wonder about the red staff.
You peer at the red staff, probing at its ticklish parts.
You coax the red staff to make it reveal its basic identity.
The weave indicates that the red staff is a Frottjor's staff, with eight charges remaining.
With the pattern of the weave mirroring the artifact, you realise that you will now always recognise a wand of colouring when you see one.
You are unsure of the pattern mirrored in the weave.
To others
Wizard seems to squint at a long white wand.
Wizard pokes at a long white wand.
Wizard seems to be begging a long white wand to do something.

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