Sunday, February 25, 2018

Reversed Cantrips


It may be thought that many of these cantrips might be used to produce a surprised or shocked reaction. However, it must be noted that in a world where magic is known about and possessed by a fair number of low-level casting apprentices, the immediate response to most suddenly absurd things would be, “what spellcaster did that?” Such things done against persons would be treated as practical jokes—unwanted and in poor taste.

Break
Curdle
Dirty
Dusty
Hairy
Ravel
Sour
Spill
Tangle
Wilt

See Also,
Illusionist
Illusionist Cantrip Tables
Mage

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