Rhyme-o-mancy

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Rhyme-o-mancy is one of the three disciplines of the [[Magic]] class [[Stagemancy]]; it is aligned with the axis of [[Numbers]].{{erf|1|038a|Parson's Klog #2}}
Rhyme-o-mancy is one of the three disciplines of the [[Magic]] class [[Stagemancy]]; it is aligned with the axis of [[Numbers]].{{erf|1|038a|Parson's Klog #2}}
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*Tramennis has stated a relationship between Rhyme-o-mancy and music.
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*Tramennis has stated a relationship between Rhyme-o-mancy and [[music]].
==Abilities==
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There are two times where rhyming takes place in the comic, although neither has obvious magical effects that other displayed magic so far has, and unlike the rhyming when dance fighting, although dance fighting may be a form of stagemancy.  The first example occurs the night before the final battle for Gobwin Knob, when the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting Jetstone and Transylvito.{{erf|1|101}}  Its only effect seems to be angering Prince Ansom and many other coalition members (understandably).
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There are two times where rhyming takes place in the comic, although neither has obvious magical effects that other displayed magic so far has, and unlike the rhyming when [[dance fighting]], although dance fighting may be a form of [[stagemancy]].  The first example occurs the night before the final battle for [[Gobwin Knob]], when the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting [[Jetstone]] and [[Transylvito]].{{erf|1|101}}  Its only effect seems to be angering [[Prince Ansom]] and many other coalition members (understandably).  
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The second time is when Wanda attacks Ansom when he is alone on top of the wall. {{erf|1|119}} This seems to be spoken mostly to herself, a personal call to arms perhaps, but is possibly a form of intimidation as well as she finishes as she first engages Ansom.
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*If dance-fighting and music ARE related, then possible applications could be allowing Warlords to be popped/promoted with dance-fighting as an ability, making magic items that grant it, leading a dance fight themselves (possibly for a whole army or side while under a Thinkamancy link?).  They might also be able to "Rock" as Stanley called it, though that would probably show up at higher levels of caster.
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The second time is when [[Wanda]] attacks Ansom when he is alone on top of the wall. {{erf|1|119}} This seems to be spoken mostly to herself, a personal call to arms perhaps, but is possibly a form of intimidation as well as she finishes as she first engages Ansom.
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*If [[dance-fighting]] and [[music]] ARE related, then possible applications could be allowing Warlords to be popped/promoted with dance-fighting as an ability, making magic items that grant it, leading a dance fight themselves (possibly for a whole army or side while under a [[Thinkamancy]] link?).  They might also be able to "[[Rock]]" as [[Stanley]] called it, though that would probably show up at higher levels of [[caster]].
[[Category:Magic]][[Category:Proposed Canon]]
[[Category:Magic]][[Category:Proposed Canon]]

Revision as of 02:45, 21 February 2010

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Canon

Class\Axis Erf Fate Numbers
Stagemancy Hat Magic Carnymancy Rhyme-o-mancy

Proposed Canon

Information

Rhyme-o-mancy is one of the three disciplines of the Magic class Stagemancy; it is aligned with the axis of Numbers.Erf-b1-p038aSame-site.PNG

  • Tramennis has stated a relationship between Rhyme-o-mancy and music.

Abilities

  • As yet unknown.

Known Rhyme-o-mancers

As of yet, no known Rhyme-o-mancer has been introduced.

Speculation

There are two times where rhyming takes place in the comic, although neither has obvious magical effects that other displayed magic so far has, and unlike the rhyming when dance fighting, although dance fighting may be a form of stagemancy. The first example occurs the night before the final battle for Gobwin Knob, when the troops in the courtyard sing a song insulting Jetstone and Transylvito.Erf-b1-p101Same-site.PNG Its only effect seems to be angering Prince Ansom and many other coalition members (understandably).

The second time is when Wanda attacks Ansom when he is alone on top of the wall. Erf-b1-p119Same-site.PNG This seems to be spoken mostly to herself, a personal call to arms perhaps, but is possibly a form of intimidation as well as she finishes as she first engages Ansom.

  • If dance-fighting and music ARE related, then possible applications could be allowing Warlords to be popped/promoted with dance-fighting as an ability, making magic items that grant it, leading a dance fight themselves (possibly for a whole army or side while under a Thinkamancy link?). They might also be able to "Rock" as Stanley called it, though that would probably show up at higher levels of caster.
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