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All [[:Category:Witch spells|witch spells]] have a minimum level requirement in the spells subskill appropriate to their spell type before they can be learned.  For example, [[Mother Feelbright's Busy Bees]] - an ''offensive'' skill - requires a minimum level of 140 in [[magic.spells.offensive]].
 
All [[:Category:Witch spells|witch spells]] have a minimum level requirement in the spells subskill appropriate to their spell type before they can be learned.  For example, [[Mother Feelbright's Busy Bees]] - an ''offensive'' skill - requires a minimum level of 140 in [[magic.spells.offensive]].
  
A few years ago I'd have to pay soemnoe for this information.
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==Spell effects==
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Wherever a spell has a significant variable effect (e.g. amount of damage caused, duration of effect, etc.), the magnitude of that effect is ''often'' related to the appropriate spells subskill.  For example, the damage caused by [[Mother Feelbright's Busy Bees]] is influenced by the caster's skill in [[magic.spells.offensive]]{{research}}.
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[[Category:Skills]]

Latest revision as of 10:10, 24 July 2011

Magic.spells
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spells
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Magic.spells is the skill subset which determines when a magic-user can learn a particular spell, and the general magnitude of effects of spells where appropriate.


Learning spells

All witch spells have a minimum level requirement in the spells subskill appropriate to their spell type before they can be learned. For example, Mother Feelbright's Busy Bees - an offensive skill - requires a minimum level of 140 in magic.spells.offensive.

Spell effects

Wherever a spell has a significant variable effect (e.g. amount of damage caused, duration of effect, etc.), the magnitude of that effect is often related to the appropriate spells subskill. For example, the damage caused by Mother Feelbright's Busy Bees is influenced by the caster's skill in magic.spells.offensiveresearch.