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Spell Enhancements are add-ons (prefixes and suffixes) to a spell in the Ancient language of Magic. Different Enhancements add different effects. Spell Enhancements also increase the risk of a spell. There are hundreds of different Enhancements, but only few are known. Several Enhancements could be included on one spell, including two or more prefixes or two or more suffixes, although some such as che and nex cannot be stacked with eachother.

List of Known Enhancements

Enhancement Name

Effect and usual risk

ae or ea (suffix)

Adds power to a spell (heat to a fire spell, cold to an ice spell). Usual risk: 2-3

ien (suffix)

Adds duration to a spell. Usual risk: 2-3

che (suffix)

Summons a bow and arrow of said material for three minutes. Does not harm caster. Usual risk: 3

nex (suffix)

Summons a blade of said material for three minutes. Does not harm caster. Usual risk: 3

sphe (prefix)

Changes the shape of any material to spherical. Usual risk: NONE

di (prefix)

Summons two of the base instead of one. Doubles risk.

tri (prefix)

Summons three of the base instead of one. TRIPLES RISK.

quad (prefix)

Summons four of the base instead of one. QUADROPLES RISK.

chaza (suffix)

Changes the shape of any material to a diamond shape. Usual risk: 1

More Spell Enhancements

skei (suffix)

Creates an aura of said material around the caster until it is broken with an anti-aura spell. Usual risk: 3

skero (prefix)

protects the caster from any of the said type of base spells for a full day. Usual risk: 4

tio (suffix)

Hides the effect of the spell, rendering it invisible to others, but not the caster. Usual risk: 3

mou (suffix)

This enhancement has to do with movement, like moving something or moving faster. Usual risk: 2

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