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A scroll with a spell of the same [[Magic#Types of Magic|Discipline]] as the [[Caster]] has a greater effect than one cast by a different Discipline.{{Erf|1|006|"No, Lord. I'm a Croakamancer. We need a Findamancer."}}
A scroll with a spell of the same [[Magic#Types of Magic|Discipline]] as the [[Caster]] has a greater effect than one cast by a different Discipline.{{Erf|1|006|"No, Lord. I'm a Croakamancer. We need a Findamancer."}}
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Even a Caster who is normally nor proficient at casting spells beyond his own discipline can use scrolls of other disciplines with some effectiveness.
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Even a [[caster]] who is normally not proficient at casting spells beyond his own discipline can use scrolls of other disciplines with some effectiveness.
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It is not clear whether casting a Spell from a scroll spends any of [[Caster]]'s juice.
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It is not clear whether casting a spell from a scroll spends any of the [[caster]]'s juice.
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[[Category:Canon]]

Revision as of 13:04, 4 September 2009

Canon

A Scroll is a magic item. It is a physical storage device for a single Spell, which can be used only by a Caster. Casters may create a scroll or scrolls on their Turn, for a significantly higher cost in juice than simply casting the same Spell.

Speculation

A scroll with a spell of the same Discipline as the Caster has a greater effect than one cast by a different Discipline.Erf-b1-p006Same-site.PNG

Even a caster who is normally not proficient at casting spells beyond his own discipline can use scrolls of other disciplines with some effectiveness.

It is not clear whether casting a spell from a scroll spends any of the caster's juice.

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