Boolywog's Forbidden Pleasures

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Boolywog's Forbidden Pleasures
Spell information
Nickname bfp
Guild Wizards
Type Miscellaneous
Description Summons a succubus or incubus offering "unimaginable delights".
GP cost 25
Mind space 10
Thaums 2
Components potato
It requires the focus of an octogram.
Tome Begynners' Magick

Boolywog's Forbidden Pleasures (abbreviated as BFP) is a miscellaneous spell which summons a demon. The demon offers the caster a choice of three "unimaginable delights": baked, mashed or fried potato. Mmm.

The demon disappears once the caster makes a choice.

Since 15.1.2015 the caster has been able to choose the gender of the summoned demon.

Spell details

This spell costs 25 gp to cast and takes up 10 units of mind space.


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


This spell requires a potato and the focus of an octogram.

Casting Messages

You prepare to cast Boolywog's Forbidden Pleasures.
You chant strange and terrible words.
You let your mind imagine the most sensual scenes you can.
You throw the potato into the center of the octogram.
There is a sudden rush of air and a POP as a creature appears in the room.
The succubus asks: Right! Will it be mashed, fried or baked, then? 
There is a short scream and a THUD.

The result is hallucinations.

What others see
Kafele chants discordant syllables.
Kafele drools and looks very happy.
Kafele throws a potato at the floor.
There is a sudden rush of air and a POP as a creature appears in the room.
This is a voluptuous demon, bent on seducing men to win their souls.  She has two large, firm, taut wings, and a curving, smooth, neatly trimmed set of horns.
She is in good shape.
She is standing.
This is a handsome demon, who exists only to rob women of their virtue and their souls.  He has a muscular chest, huge biceps, and hanging between his legs a long, thick tail, with a barb on the end.
He is in good shape.
He is standing.

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