As one knows, spells are formulas, rituals, or acts used to make magic form in the physical plane. Now just from this, one can see that there are many forms that a spell can take. Usually it is associated with a spoken word to be used in a certain purpose. For example, the shaman spell known as Fomzamaw requires the user to speak the word and have a supply of stone nearby. Once the word is uttered, it forms a stone arm that the user can replace for a lost limb. This was developed during the Wizard’s War after the mages pulled out from the senseless bloodshed. On the other hand their are other spells that do not require spoken words. Strong feelings can react to the magical network and produce quite the punch. Such an instance can be found in shamans. When needing to pack a punch, they can summon a specific element, such as roots, to batter their opponents. Helpful if the user cannot for some reason use their voice. Another way a spell works is by hand signs. A common household trick meant to trap intruders but used by mischievous siblings is the Lock Switcher spell. As the name suggests, it changes the locks or handles of a door so the other is locked in the room. To activate this spell, one makes one fist above the other then switches their position. Of course these are just some examples of how to bend the complex energy known as magic. Many more still remain widely unknown in the vast world of Magitotum, thus keeping some mystery to a power that is shared by many people. The unexpected comes with the mystic and one should never expect something that is mysterious.
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Created by crushing while combining moonstone and moon salt, this powder can be used to remove an enchantment. This is only in the case of something that limits the patient from a spell done by another. The ailment can only can be cured with the infected area being powdered with this strong medicine. During the Fang War, it was originally created to counteract the assault of the Knights of the Round Table, these mere humans given a magical network by Merlin. This new medicine proved invaluable during the conflict, saving many lives from horrible spells that were designed to be cruel towards werewolf and vampire kind.
A suggestive name by the Moon Claw tribe considering the actually substance is more paste-like in appearance and texture. This unique mixture is made from a powdered mix of selenite, moonstone, labradorite, and opal combined with sap from both the birch and and alder trees. However, it only takes form when exposed to the moon or shot with a blast of moon/primal energy. As for the purpose of this medicine, it is to reform tissue and organs lost in battle and has the ability to work on all species. For example, a goblin has his arm blown off in battle. If gotten to quick enough, the Clay of Erhol can reform the lost limb with no side effects. The only way to tell the difference from before is the gleam of silver that will show when the scarred area is exposed to moon light.
Why the hybrid title? Sorcerers are not just limited to humans, although they are by far the most common found among the ranks in Mendaxum. There are other being that use magic, such as leprechauns, who decide to expand their knowledge by attending the schools at the magical land. Usually, this is accompanied by having to serve in the armies during their stay, unless diplomatic deals are struck. Most of the time the classes of Mendaxum do not have much diversity due to past history and the rule of Delsey. Their are several types of sorcerers found within the world of Magitotum. In the Mendaxum schools they teach and discuss teachings from the following types; Shamans, Mages, Summoners, Pyromancers, Necromancers, Magicians, the Pellax Core, and Tecuprin. Of course creatures like elves have different spells that are specific to their kind. Those teachings are left to their own kin, the knowledge sometime lost. Luckily, they might just find this lost magic within the contents of Mendaxum’s many libraries. Wisdom is considered the highest value among the ranks of sorcerers.
So why include Species Spotlight? Sorcerers are actually a sub species found among the all species but are especially different in humans. These beings live longer than their counter parts due to their magic. As discussed before, to use their power one must contain a magical network. This keeps their body in better shape with stronger supporting cells; resisting the wear and tear of years gone by. One must be born with this system in order to become a sorcerer of Mendaxum, at least that was the original thought. Merlin, the genius that he was, broke this idea. He found a way of bestowing regular humans with a magical system. An astonishing feat when he helped Arthur by strengthening his army; giving each of the Knights of the Round Table the ability to perform magic. It is scary to think that Delsey could do the very same if she chose to do so.
In appearance, they are large, purple, oval-shaped rain forest-like leaves that have white veins running through them. They are found in trees that bathe in the moonlight in the forests of Baum in the region of Floresta. These unique leaves can grow on any type of tree, usually found in the higher branches where it is closer to the moon. Foragers in the Moon Claw tribe will gather these at night when they are easier to see. The healers can then use these plants to help quicken healing of broken bones by wrapping the area in the foliage. Within a week, the patient will be able to use their body back to their full potential.
A sorcerer that depends on items and others to assist in battle; these people wear gauntlets that glow orange to manifest their magic into the physical plane. Depending on the individual, you might find yourself fighting a very different style then another among their core. That is because Summoners spends their lives collecting creatures and objects to use against their enemies, making their way of battle highly customizable. Think a pack rat with the ability to unlimitedly store their items. Well, unlimited is a strong word. The requirement for storing the new summonee is to have enchanted parchment which the Summoner has created ahead of time. Once locked inside, a sentient being will be given a customized environment catering to their whim. Most of the time this is against their will. During many of wars especially the Wizard’s War, Summoners benefited the most from the conflict. On each battlefield, they captured their enemies to use as pawns against their own. Friends became enemies in a twisted series of events. Resentment from dragons and other species are common toward these types of sorcerers.
Often Summoners will carry around journals of their summonees. These they can have float around them and come alive with the spell known as Eisque. Similar to the energy form animation, this talent allows them to animate an ordinary object into a sentient being linked to the wielder’s psyche. The emphasis is on an ordinary object, they cannot do so with elements like other sorcerers. With the ability to summon anything they mark, one must be careful. They could spring upon you a Matahari or summon a gun just to set you off balance. Expect the unexpected when fighting this opponent.