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The colour of crystal you use (blue, green, red, yellow) is placed into the finished item, and the colour affects the outcome.  
 
The colour of crystal you use (blue, green, red, yellow) is placed into the finished item, and the colour affects the outcome.  
  
A large yellow crystal gives; "A gossamer web of octarine glows dimly on its surface, emanating an aura of vacuum preservation."
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A large yellow crystal gives; "emanating an aura of vacuum preservation."
A large red crystal?
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A large blue crystal?
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A large green crystal gives; "emanating an aura of caustic preservation."
A large green crystal?
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A large red crystal gives;
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A large blue crystal gives;
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You will consume over A$8000 worth of expensive and hard to get components in casting the spell.
 
You will consume over A$8000 worth of expensive and hard to get components in casting the spell.
  
The lunch sack is named "white wizard's lunch sack" for Circle/White wizards casting it.
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The lunch sack is named "white wizard's lunch sack" for an undyed bear fur.
(do other Orders get it coloured to suit their Order?)
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(does dying the bear fur first give a different coloured sack?)
  
The final item refers to the colour of thread on the needle, and the type of crystal, in it's description, for example;
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The final item refers to the colour of thread on the needle, the type of wood used for the riving, and the type of crystal, in it's description, for example;
  
 
{{Prebox|This rustic-looking pouch is essentially a large white fur bag designed to be worn from the waist.  Sewn together with neat sienna silk stitching, the fur is supported internally by a wooden frame to help it retain its shape and a simple oak clasp at the opening allows the sack to be closed securely.  A mysterious, glowing yellow rune carved from oak has been affixed to the sack's surface.  While the exact purpose of the rune is indeterminable, its exciting sparkliness really hammers in the lunch sack's wizardliness to any onlooker.<br>
 
{{Prebox|This rustic-looking pouch is essentially a large white fur bag designed to be worn from the waist.  Sewn together with neat sienna silk stitching, the fur is supported internally by a wooden frame to help it retain its shape and a simple oak clasp at the opening allows the sack to be closed securely.  A mysterious, glowing yellow rune carved from oak has been affixed to the sack's surface.  While the exact purpose of the rune is indeterminable, its exciting sparkliness really hammers in the lunch sack's wizardliness to any onlooker.<br>

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Wurphle's Packed Lunch
Spell information
Nickname wpl
Guild Wizards
Type Miscellaneous
Description Creates a wizard's lunch sack
GP cost
Mind space 10
Thaums 2
Components sapient pearwood seed (consumed), hubland bear fur (consumed), wood riving (consumed), large rhokshial crystal (consumed), threaded needle (thread is consumed), knife (not consumed)
It requires the focus of an octogram.
Tome The Olde Arte of Foode

Wurphle's Packed Lunch (abbreviated as WPL) is a miscellaneous spell which summons a wizard's lunch sack, a permanent wearable container to keep fresh items in that preserve better. (?? How much better? Do they preserve forever? 5 minutes extra? 6 hours? Needs tests).

Spell Details

The spell costs XX gp to cast and takes up 10 units of mind space.

The colour of crystal you use (blue, green, red, yellow) is placed into the finished item, and the colour affects the outcome.

A large yellow crystal gives; "emanating an aura of vacuum preservation."

A large green crystal gives; "emanating an aura of caustic preservation."

A large red crystal gives;

A large blue crystal gives;


You will consume over A$8000 worth of expensive and hard to get components in casting the spell.

The lunch sack is named "white wizard's lunch sack" for an undyed bear fur. (does dying the bear fur first give a different coloured sack?)

The final item refers to the colour of thread on the needle, the type of wood used for the riving, and the type of crystal, in it's description, for example;

This rustic-looking pouch is essentially a large white fur bag designed to be worn from the waist.  Sewn together with neat sienna silk stitching, the fur is supported internally by a wooden frame to help it retain its shape and a simple oak clasp at the opening allows the sack to be closed securely.  A mysterious, glowing yellow rune carved from oak has been affixed to the sack's surface.  While the exact purpose of the rune is indeterminable, its exciting sparkliness really hammers in the lunch sack's wizardliness to any onlooker.
A gossamer web of octarine glows dimly on its surface, emanating an aura of vacuum preservation.

Skills

Casting

Syntax:

cast Wurphle's Packed Lunch


Message:

You prepare to cast Wurphle's Packed Lunch.
You hold out a sapient pearwood seed in front of you and force it to sprout with your mind, weaving its branches as they grow into a wooden frame.
You neatly sew a bear fur over the frame to form a white bag, imbuing it with magic with every pass of your small silver needle.
You whittle a six-foot riving of oak into an intricate magical rune and place it onto the bag, where it sticks in place.  With the leftover oak, you fashion a simple clasp to hold the bag closed.
Finally, you hold up a large yellow crystal above the rune and reach into it with your mind, harnessing its power for the purpose of preservation.
Crackling arcs of yellow energy surge out of the crystal and play over the surface of the white wizard's lunch sack for a moment before sinking in reluctantly.

Failure:

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To others:

Wizard holds out a sapient pearwood seed in front of him.  Suddenly, it sprouts with shocking speed into a wooden frame.
Wizard neatly sews a bear fur over the frame with a small silver needle to form a white bag.
Wizard whittles a six-foot riving of oak into an intricate magical rune and places it onto the bag, where it sticks in place.  With the leftover oak, he fashions a simple clasp to hold the bag closed.
Wizard holds up a large yellow crystal above the rune and stares intently at it.
Crackling arcs of yellow energy surge out of the crystal and play over the surface of the white wizard's lunch sack for a moment before sinking in reluctantly.

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