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these are two eplainations of two diffrent spells and its main uses , english is second language pls forgive errors
most destructive of all dfensive magics
it envelopes ones self with a pulse from the casters whole body
and as it is released it is diffused to infinate waves of power
able to pass throught all object and eradiacting aything that is solid
this is dangerous cause only the caster may survive for the blast radius e
is at all side not only solid objects to a degree
this is determine by the amount of magic inputed into the spell
it is classified as defensive magic even thought its offensive capability due to the
casters judgement as a last result for its unsatble and wil leave nothing in sight.
from the begining and every cultures from the knoxx to the ancients have experimented with beast or animals
for forms of power could be gained frommixing two geneon together the strenghtof rankorn speedof keyak or the indestructable spines of a copper fish
these beast were given the name trineous or tritaneous as the most ppl say it
now these beast were priced in wars and times ofdarkness for an armya dnwas welcomed and now in the peacefull time they are feared of and chained and caged as oddities
there was an area called felsin where they seemed to have gathered for no man could stand the poisonous waste lands these are now home to many of the
trineous they only seem to attack villages now and then for food and resources some grow viokent and want wars with the population that they are the next step in evolution
only magic users seem to quiel this idea for they arent perticular about being caged or killed.
some breed in within their own to creat a more powerfull creature the most powerfull one ever known was a gorgenite as it call itself it is immune to many magic spells and weapons only the ragmarock flames can seem to stop this beast for it isnt made of flesh
but the reminants ofmany species of trineous.
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