Magic Mondays

This week’s array will be something completely different and, in fact, it will have nothing to do with the Runed Age whatsoever.

This week we bring you the tried and tested Fireball Spell.

Notation: Create and Contain a Ball of Fire and Push it at a speed of 32 m/s from the Right Hand.

Description: This array is not an array after all! It is a spell that can be casted! If you are a tad confused about how this is a spell and not an array, check out our latest video on YouTube that explains it all. What better way to show how to turn the arrays into a spell by using one of the oldest and most traditional of RPG spells: The Fireball. It is the locus outside the array that turns this into an array because it stipulates that the magical effects comes from the right hand. Without that part, this will just have been a normal array that shoots out a fireball, but now you can shoot it from your hand and aim it wherever you want it to go. You can change the rune in that locus to have the fireball come from any other part of your body if you want; you can kick a fireball at someone or even spit a fireball at someone.

Of course, magic in RPGs are almost always chanted or incanted or sung. It is what separates wizards from us mere mortals. This spell can easily be sung or chanted in just such a way, all you need to do is read it. If you were to say it in English, the spell would go something like: “Start, (Fire modified by Ball), affected by Create and Contain and (Push, modified by Quicken, modified by Quicken, modified by Quicken, modified by Quicken, modified by Quicken), Stop, From Right Hand.” It’s long and wordy, but that’s because it’s in English. All you need to do is make up some nonsense words for the runes and their connections and you will have your proper, traditional RPG spell.

In our made up language, this spell would sound like: “Behg Ob Vür Ant Bol Cob Dün Mok Non Hohd Non Ob Drieke Ant Fennigh Ant Fennigh Ant Fennigh Ant Fennigh Ant Fennigh Cob Ent Fin Regand.”

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