Re: magic and magical arts

Subject: Re: magic and magical arts
From: joshua 'azlok corning (
Date: Wed Oct 13 1999 - 23:37:44 EEST

Taneli Tikka wrote:
> On Wed, 13 Oct 1999, Ari Miettinen wrote:
> > This would mean that since the world of Majik is a round one,
> > Eternal Night spell would in fact be Stop the Sun so, that it
> > won't rise at this location again. Ie: It would shine at the other
> > side of the ball eternally or until someone makes it move again
> > and would not shine on the casting side. .. not good for either side
> > in the long run. .. in fact, it sounds so big thingy that i am afraid
> > that we are pretty much unable to simulate it. (drought on one side,
> > freezing on the other side..)
> Why do you have to make it so hard. Magic is manipulation of reality and
> that reality includes a thing called space. A powerful wizard knows how to
> manipulate patterns that create the illusion of space, he can co-exit in
> various locations at the same time, he can see far beyond hisnormal
> senses, he can even "look at" 10 diffrenet locations at the same time, or
> he can pretty much teleport where ever he wants to. Or he can change the
> measurements of space, make a 10 foot tall tree a 100 foot tall tree.
> he could also cast that eternal night spell in such a way that it would
> simply re-route all sunlight to otherside of the globe. Just make a huge
> space-wide gate that re-routes sunlight elsewhere. Or he could even wrap
> the planet of majik inside a space-bubble and cause all light to go around
> it.

Or better yet he could just block the sun with a giant black disk.

> - mandor

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