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==Scrolls==
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[[Scroll]]s are a way to "store" juice for later use as casting scrolls do not seem to spend [[Caster]]'s own juice.{{erf|1|125}}<sup>, </sup>{{erf|1|129}} Casters create scrolls on their turn, for a significantly higher cost in juice than simply casting the same spell.
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[[Scroll]]s are a way to "store" juice for later use as casting scrolls do not seem to spend [[Caster]]'s own juice.{{erf|1|125}}<sup>, </sup>{{erf|1|129}} Casters create scrolls on their turn, for a significantly higher cost in juice than simply casting the same spell.
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It is possible there are other costs (e.g. money) associated with scrollmaking, as otherwise one might suspect Duty would require casters to spend all of their 'off-combat' turns creating scrolls rather than 'taking it easy'. 
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Revision as of 18:05, 2 December 2009

Magic 101
Natural Magic, Caster, Caster link, Juice, Scroll, Magic Item, Spell, Grandiocosmic Strings, Nodes

Proposed Canon

"Juice" is a term describing the mental energy that a Caster uses to cast Spells.Erf-b1-p104Same-site.PNG, Erf-b1-p125Same-site.PNG, Erf-b1-p129Same-site.PNG

A Caster can only spend a limited amount of this energy to cast spells on one turn.Erf-b1-p090Same-site.PNG Apparently the juice replenishes at the start of new turn. It is possible that sleep either temporarily increases the limit of the juice or helps replenish higher amount of juice.Erf-b1-p084Same-site.PNG

Scrolls

Scrolls are a way to "store" juice for later use as casting scrolls do not seem to spend Caster's own juice.Erf-b1-p125Same-site.PNG, Erf-b1-p129Same-site.PNG Casters create scrolls on their turn, for a significantly higher cost in juice than simply casting the same spell.

It is possible there are other costs (e.g. money) associated with scrollmaking, as otherwise one might suspect Duty would require casters to spend all of their 'off-combat' turns creating scrolls rather than 'taking it easy'.

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