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*apple white
 
*aquamarine
 
*aquamarine
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*canary yellow
 
*carmine red
 
*carmine red
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*carrot orange
 
*celadon green
 
*celadon green
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*cerise
 
*cerulean blue
 
*cerulean blue
 
*charcoal black
 
*charcoal black
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*dark grey
 
*dark indigo
 
*dark indigo
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*dark orange
 
*dark peach
 
*dark peach
 
*dark pink
 
*dark pink
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*dark red
 
*dark rose pink
 
*dark rose pink
 
*dark salmon pink
 
*dark salmon pink
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*dark tan
 
*dark tangerine
 
*dark tangerine
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*dark tea green
 
*dark violet
 
*dark violet
 
*dark yellow
 
*dark yellow
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*denim blue
 
*denim blue
 
*desert sand red
 
*desert sand red
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*dusty pink
 
*earthy brown
 
*earthy brown
 
*ebony
 
*ebony
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*emerald green
 
*emerald green
 
*flax white
 
*flax white
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*fuchsia pink
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*garnet red
 
*golden brown
 
*golden brown
 
*golden yellow
 
*golden yellow
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*goldenrod
 
*grass green
 
*grass green
 
*greasy black
 
*greasy black
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*indigo
 
*ivory
 
*ivory
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*jade green
 
*jet black
 
*jet black
 
*lavender
 
*lavender
 
*lettuce green
 
*lettuce green
 
*light amber
 
*light amber
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*light blue
 
*light brown
 
*light brown
 
*light orange
 
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*light red
 
*light umber
 
*light umber
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*light yellow
 
*lilac
 
*lilac
 
*linen white
 
*linen white
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*mahogany red
 
*mahogany red
 
*malachite green
 
*malachite green
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*mauve
 
*mint green
 
*mint green
 
*mordant red
 
*mordant red
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*pale grey
 
*pale indigo
 
*pale indigo
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*pale lavender
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*pale magenta
 
*pale orange
 
*pale orange
 
*pale peach
 
*pale peach
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*peridot green
 
*peridot green
 
*periwinkle blue
 
*periwinkle blue
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*powder blue
 
*powder blue
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*primrose yellow
 
*puce
 
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*pumpkin orange
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*salmon pink
 
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*sandy brown
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*sangria red
 
*sapphire blue
 
*sapphire blue
 
*scarlet
 
*scarlet

Revision as of 19:10, 1 July 2010

Pragi's Molten Gaze
Spell information
Nickname ?
Guild Wizards
Type Miscellaneous
Description
GP cost 20
Mind space 10
Thaums 2
Components shimmering glass nugget
Tome Begynners' Magick

Pragi's Molten Gaze (abbreviated as PMG) is a miscellaneous spell that causes the caster's eyes to glow.

Casting

This spell costs 20 GP to cast and takes up 10 units of mind space.

Skills

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

Components

The nugget is not consumed, but it becomes leached of colour for a little while, turning it into a "clear glass nugget". A clear glass nugget can't be used for either this spell, or Union of the Phoenix and Divine Dragon.

The nugget will regain colour (apparently of a random hue) after a few minutes:

The clear glass nugget flickers and goes primrose yellow.

It seems to remain clear if it's in a container, though.

Casting messages

Casting

You toss a shimmering glass nugget into the air, where it hangs suspended in front of your eyes.
You fix the nugget with your gaze causing it to spin around on its axis.
It spins faster and faster, blurring as it returns to a molten form.
You probe the molten nugget, seeking out its chromatic essence.

Success

You create a conduit between yourself and the nugget, urging it to release its colour.
The colour drains from the nugget and a flash of pumpkin orange light shoots out from it and into your eyes.
Your eyes change colour and start to glow pumpkin orange.
The clear glass nugget cools and solidifies as it drops back down.

Failure

You suddenly realise that you are wearing a pair of artificer's spectacles!
You hastily release the spell.
The pumpkin orange glass nugget cools and solidifies as it drops back down.

Eyewear blocks this spell when worn, as do fake beards (possibly anything occupying the "face" layer does research).

What others see

Wizard tosses a shimmering glass nugget into the air, where it hangs suspended in front of her eyes.
Wizard stares at the nugget which starts to spin around on its axis.
It spins faster and faster, blurring as it returns to a molten form.
Wizard continues to stare fixedly at the molten nugget.
The air between Wizard and the molten nugget seems to shimmer.
The colour drains from the nugget and a flash of wine-dark purple light shoots out from it and into Wizard's eyes.

Effects

It turns your eyes the colour of the nugget at the time of casting--basically, it adds a description line that's constantly changing. There are several standard messages:

Her eyes shimmer with a pumpkin orange glow.
A soft glow of pumpkin orange light comes from her eyes.
Her eyes glow with a strange pumpkin orange light.
Her eyes are glowing pumpkin orange.
The irises of her eyes glow with a strange pumpkin orange light.

Colours

Some colours have special messages, in addition to the standard ones.

Blackberry:

For some reason her eyes look like a tasty blackberry pie.

Autumn leaf brown, chestnut, dark oak, fern green, forest green, leaf green, moss green, oak, pale chestnut, pine green:

Her eyes seem to reflect a dense forest.
Her eyes flicker brown and green, the colours of the forest.
Her eyes are reminiscent of a dense forest, relecting deep greens and browns.
Her eyes are the living green of a forest.
The irises of her eyes look like leaves.

Bone white, ghost white, moonstone white, onyx, silvery green, silvery grey, steel grey, twilight purple:

Her eyes are a spooky <colour>.
There is an otherworldly quality to the <colour> of her eyes.
There is an ethereal quality to the <colour> of her eyes.
Her eyes are an eerie <colour>.

Bright yellow, burnt orange:

Her eyes blaze with a <colour> glow.
Her irises show a pattern of orange, red and yellow flames.
Her eyes are reminiscent of flames.
Her eyes smoulder with a <colour> glow.
Tiny flames seem to flicker in her eyes.

Burnt cream, cream:

For some reason her eyes look like a tasty cream pie.

Chocolate brown:

For some reason her eyes look like a tasty chocolate pie.

Cloud white:

Her irises look like tiny, fluffy white clouds.

Cool white, ice blue, snow white, winter white:

The irises of her eyes look like delicate snowflakes.
A cold, icy wasteland is reflected in her eyes.
Her eyes look cold, like a snowy winter's day.
Her eyes seem to reflect a barren glacier.
Her eyes are reminiscent of a snowy landscape.

Grape blue, honeydew gray, lemon yellow, lime green, orange, peach:

Her eyes reflect a bowl full of a variety of fruits, for some reason.

Lemon cream yellow:

For some reason her eyes look like a tasty lemon cream pie.

Midnight blue:

Her eyes are the colour of a moonless night.
The depths of a dark, moonless night are reflected in the midnight blue of her eyes.

Storm-cloud grey:

A zig-zag of lightning can be seen in each of her eyes.
Her eyes flicker as though tiny bolts of lightning flash in their depths.
Her eyes are the colour of the sky on a stormy day.

Sunset pink, sunset red, sunset scarlet:

A beautiful red, pink and orange sunset is reflected in her eyes.

The following colours appear to give only the standard messages:

  • amber
  • apple white
  • aquamarine
  • asparagus green
  • asparagus grey
  • aubergine
  • azure
  • black
  • blanched almond
  • blue
  • blue-black
  • bridal white
  • bright green
  • bright pink
  • bright purple
  • bright red
  • bright turquoise
  • bright violet
  • brown
  • burgundy
  • burnt sienna
  • buttercup yellow
  • cabbage green
  • canary yellow
  • carmine red
  • carrot orange
  • celadon green
  • cerise
  • cerulean blue
  • charcoal black
  • charcoal grey
  • cinnamon
  • cobalt blue
  • coral red
  • corn yellow
  • creamy orange
  • crimson
  • cyan
  • daffodil yellow
  • dandelion yellow
  • dark amber
  • dark blue
  • dark cerulean blue
  • dark goldenrod
  • dark green
  • dark grey
  • dark indigo
  • dark orange
  • dark peach
  • dark pink
  • dark red
  • dark rose pink
  • dark salmon pink
  • dark scarlet
  • dark sienna
  • dark slate grey
  • dark tan
  • dark tangerine
  • dark tea green
  • dark violet
  • dark yellow
  • delicate cream
  • deep blue
  • deep brown
  • deep red
  • denim blue
  • desert sand red
  • dusty pink
  • earthy brown
  • ebony
  • eggshell blue
  • eggshell white
  • emerald green
  • flax white
  • fuchsia pink
  • garnet red
  • golden brown
  • golden yellow
  • goldenrod
  • grass green
  • greasy black
  • green
  • grey
  • hot pink
  • indigo
  • ivory
  • jade green
  • jet black
  • lavender
  • lettuce green
  • light amber
  • light blue
  • light brown
  • light orange
  • light pink
  • light red
  • light umber
  • light yellow
  • lilac
  • linen white
  • magenta
  • magnolia
  • mahogany red
  • malachite green
  • mauve
  • mint green
  • mordant red
  • mustard yellow
  • navy blue
  • ochre
  • off-white
  • olive
  • orchid pink
  • pale blue
  • pale brown
  • pale cornflower blue
  • pale goldenrod
  • pale green
  • pale grey
  • pale indigo
  • pale lavender
  • pale magenta
  • pale orange
  • pale peach
  • pale pink
  • pale primrose yellow
  • pale purple
  • pale rose pink
  • pale saffron
  • pale sandy brown
  • pale tan
  • pale yellow
  • pearl grey
  • pearly pink
  • peridot green
  • periwinkle blue
  • pink
  • powder blue
  • primrose yellow
  • puce
  • pumpkin orange
  • purple
  • purple-black
  • raw umber brown
  • red
  • robin's egg blue
  • rose red
  • rosy brown
  • ruby red
  • russet brown
  • rusty red
  • saffron yellow
  • salmon pink
  • sandy brown
  • sangria red
  • sapphire blue
  • scarlet
  • sea blue
  • sea green
  • seashell white
  • sienna
  • slate grey
  • soft white
  • straw yellow
  • tan
  • tea green
  • teal
  • terracotta
  • thistle green
  • thistle violet
  • turquoise
  • ultramarine
  • umber
  • vermilion
  • violet
  • warm white
  • white
  • wine-dark purple

Duration

It seems to last for sixteen minutes per cast, and stack.research

Wearing off

It looks like this when it wears off:

Your eyes return to normal.

Notes

Recasting the spell while still under its effects will just change the colour of the glow (and add more time to the duration).

See also

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