Difference between revisions of "Substratum"

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{{Spell
 
{{Spell
|abbrev=substratum
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|abbrev=-
 
|minprep=5
 
|minprep=5
 
|castcap=100
 
|castcap=100
|validtarget=PC
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|minskill=10
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|maxskill=600
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|validtarget=Self
 
|guild=Warrior Mage
 
|guild=Warrior Mage
 
|spellbook=Aether Manipulation
 
|spellbook=Aether Manipulation
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|slot=1
 
|slot=1
 
|desc=The Substratum spell leaves a lingering recollection of an aethereal grid that surrounds you, increasing your ability to target spells.
 
|desc=The Substratum spell leaves a lingering recollection of an aethereal grid that surrounds you, increasing your ability to target spells.
|effect={{in|Targeted Magic}} buff.
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|effect=+targeted magic
 
|messaging=You gesture.<br />
 
|messaging=You gesture.<br />
 
Focusing on the [[aethereal plane]] you draw out thin lines forming a grid that surrounds you at arms length.  The lines quickly fade from sight, but you still feel very aware of their position.
 
Focusing on the [[aethereal plane]] you draw out thin lines forming a grid that surrounds you at arms length.  The lines quickly fade from sight, but you still feel very aware of their position.
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|ctype=standard
 
|ctype=standard
 
}}
 
}}
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==Notes==
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*{{in|Targeted Magic}} buff.

Revision as of 10:39, 1 July 2014


Wm thumb.jpgWarrior Mage Guild
Substratum
Abbreviation: -
Prerequisites: Ethereal Shield and Elementalism
Slot Cost: 1
Mana Type: Unknown
Spell Type: standard / augmentation
Difficulty: basic
Prep (min/max): 5 / 100
Skill Range (min/max): 10 / 600
Valid Spell Target: Self
Duration (min/max): Unknown minutes /
Description: The Substratum spell leaves a lingering recollection of an aethereal grid that surrounds you, increasing your ability to target spells.
Effect: +{{{buffs}}}, -{{{debuffs}}}, {{{dtype}}}, {{{htype}}}, +targeted magic
Example Messaging: You gesture.

Focusing on the aethereal plane you draw out thin lines forming a grid that surrounds you at arms length. The lines quickly fade from sight, but you still feel very aware of their position.

Notes