The master theurge of the Tower of Suhina surmises that the humans came to Ranthas via a powerful spell, though they don’t know if the gateways were sent to rescue these tiny people or was the cause of their worlds
Time mages don’t use blood, spirit or mana to power their spells. They burn time. In exchange for casting all manner of spells time pauses at a location. With preparation a mage can recite a spell that specifies the location.
The topic of this month’s RPG Blog Carnival is Wizards, as introduced by Harbinger of Doom . They want to know about the magic users in your RPG, in particular their culture. Circe and Medea are perhaps the most famous
It has always been known that songs have power. This is exceptionally true for the magical choirs of Estral. Individually their mages have limited magical prowess, but when their voices sing together with the right harmony and rhythm they can
The vast and fertile plains of Etrya are covered in small and tiny city states. Once part of a larger empire, they are now independent dukes, lords, counts, princes and stadtholders. Locked into complicated family and political alliances the balance
After hearing that all the famous princesses had a chorus of animals to join in when they sung, Princess Eanchith became jealous. To quell her incessant whining her father indulged her. King Dulfa hired a wandering hedge wizard who set
I voiced my wish to see some chance of spell failure in D&D in my recent post about Fantasy Magic. Having been called out by Bonemaster I have put together my suggestions as to how to use spell failure. My
In my recent article about fantasy magic I complained about the lack of any explanation for the phenomenon of magic in D&D. Now to be fair to Wizards of The Coast, the more recent editions of the game have a