[New Spell] Mender



“That is a beautiful statue,” Gnybaro said in awe.

“It is one of the gods of Takla-Deasor, I believe,” Chalk commented, looking at Valance.

“Very graceful pose,” Koram added.

Valance mumbled a bit under his breath.

“Such cheap construction,” the priest of the Spider God said, reaching out and easily snapping off a thick marble ear.

Mender (Arcane/Divine)

Divine Level 1

Range: Touch

Duration: Permanent until dispelled or re-broken

With this minor spell wizards and clerics are able to seamlessly repair minor damage to inanimate objects. Cracks, chips and minor breaks (such as a statue’s nose, ear, arm, etc) can be fixed as if they had never happened. Many priests use this spell to keep their temples and shrines in order, wizards use this spell to undo some of the damage done by their experiments or the damage caused by unruly summoned creatures, etc.

Optional: this spell can be easily reversed, breaking a small object or doing a bit of minor damage to a larger inanimate object.

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5 Responses to [New Spell] Mender

  1. Timeshadows says:

    I take it Valance used the reversed version.
    –Do you rule that the spell may be reversed, or only memorised in that form?

  2. David says:

    I love the story each of your entries has. And this is a fun little spell.

  3. bat says:

    Thank you for the comments, Timeshadows and David!
    Yes, Valance is using the reverse of the spell. What else could he do?
    I actually threw this one together as I was at the time also helping Olivier from Mazes & Minotaurs with something yesterday morning. Nothing like a time crunch!

  4. Timeshadows says:


    “–Do you rule that the spell may be reversed [at time of casting], or [must it] only [be] memorised in that form?”

    Enquiring minds want to know.

    • bat says:

      There is no dodging you, is there? 🙂
      I rule that a spellcaster will know both forms of a spell if it is a reversible one. To me that seems logical and if a spellcaster uses the reverse of a spell they would normally cast for some obscure reason, the spell has still been used. Cast Darkness if you must, when you need the Light spell later, it is too late.

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