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Utility Spells

Arcane Spell (Divination, Illusion), Glamer

Create advantage while Carefully Arcane vs an Average (+1) difficulty to create a spell Aspect on a target zone called Alarum for 1 scene or until all invocations are used. When I do this, I note a list of people who will not set off the alarm and I also decide if the alarm will be audible and how loud or if it will instead just mentally alert me. While the Aspect is active any person or thing other than those I listed as exceptions causes a magical alarm to go off. The Aspect can be detected with mystical senses, and can be overcome by appropriate magic; the difficulty to do either is determined as normal per the simple magic guidelines.

Overcoming Spell Aspects is explained in the Simple Magic guidelines.

Arcane Spell (Divination)

Create advantage while Cleverly Arcane vs a Mediocre (+0) difficulty to add the spell Aspect Detect Magic to myself. While this Aspect is active I can justify using my Arcane capability to notice things that require mystical senses to perceive. I can also invoke the Aspect for a bonus to do so as necessary. This Aspect lasts for a scene or until no invocations remain.

Arcane Spell (Divination)

I can use overcome while being Cleverly Arcane to notice hidden doors (and similar difficulties) in my zone.

Arcane Spell (Abjuration), Dispel

Dispelling magic is handled using the overcome action.

Overcoming Spell Aspects is explained in the Simple Magic guidelines.

Arcane Spell (Conjuration), Creation, Zone

Create advantage while Flashily Arcane vs an Average (+1) difficulty to conjure a dust or powder like substance that immediately catalyzes with a glimmering sparkle that coats everything in the zone and disrupts most invisibility and stealth related effects in my zone or an adjacent zone. I take a -1 penalty on my roll, but I add the spell Aspect Glimmerdusted to anyone in the affected zone that has an Invisibility related (or similar effect) Aspect active. While someone has one of these spell Aspects active on them their Invisibility Aspect is suppressed; each exchange each of these Aspects is automatically invoked to continue suppressing relevant Invisibility effects. Each spell Aspect lasts until there are no invokes remaining.

Overcoming Spell Aspects is explained in the Simple Magic guidelines.