Skeetbraskin's Fuliginous Perdition

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Skeetbraskin's Fuliginous Perdition
Spell information
Nickname sfper sfp2
Guild Wizards
Type Offensive
Description Removes gp-light from an item.
GP cost 20
Mind space 20
Thaums 4
Components none
Tome My Firste Demon-Summoning Booke! By Beatrix Faust

Skeetbraskin's Fuliginous Perdition (abbreviated as SFP2 or SFPer) is a offensive spell which will turn an item enchanted with Turnwhistle's Effulgent Autiridescence into an ordinary non-glowing item.

Casting

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

Skills

Spellcheck results
Scale      
100 130 160 190 220 250 280 310 340 370 400
 
summoning            
 
       
abjuring            
 
       
banishing            
 
       
conjuring            
 
       

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

Components

none

Casting messages

Casting
Whispering the secret names of darkness and pain, you dip your left hand into the shadows beyond the edge of the Disc and withdraw a handful of oozing, writhing, squamous slime.
You snarl a Word of Compulsion at the demonic slime coating your hand, abjuring it from devouring your fingers.
You raise your hand dramatically, lofting a writhing blob of cold, corrupt darkness at the monocle.
You shake the remainder of the demonic slime from your hand, sending it spattering across the lower dimensions whence it came.
Success
The demonic slime lands on your monocle with a loud GLUP, sinking into the surface and leaving behind a faint lightless black patina.
The world seems a little darker now.
Failure
The glob of demonic slime breaks apart in flight and dissipates, like some
malevolent shower of dirty snot.
To others
Nekkrist reaches down and seems to scoop up something you can't see.
Nekkrist snarls something your ears refuse to take in.
Nekkrist flicks what looks like a large ball of black snot at a monocle.
Nekkrist flaps his hand around wildly.
The demonic slime lands on Nekkrist's monocle with a loud GLUP, sinking into the surface and leaving behind a faint lightless black patina.
The world seems a little darker now.

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