Abjuration

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However, to abjure means to renounce or cast away and in many RPGs and other fantasy genres it is used to describe magic that repells enemies or provides protection in some other way. The opposite of conjuration.
However, to abjure means to renounce or cast away and in many RPGs and other fantasy genres it is used to describe magic that repells enemies or provides protection in some other way. The opposite of conjuration.
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In reference to the message hat, "abjuration only" would re-inforce the idea of it being a transmitter (only able to "cast away" a message).
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Speculation

Abjuration is used in reference to a magical itemErf-b1-p009Same-site.PNG, and so must be descriptive of some sort of magical effect; however, at this time no more information is known.

However, to abjure means to renounce or cast away and in many RPGs and other fantasy genres it is used to describe magic that repells enemies or provides protection in some other way. The opposite of conjuration. In reference to the message hat, "abjuration only" would re-inforce the idea of it being a transmitter (only able to "cast away" a message).

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