Talk:Magia Erebra (5e Spell)
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Okay, so I'm not going to alter this spell just yet, but it does raise a few questions. One, the permanent alteration that occurs from casting the spell too often is exclusively beneficial, as it doesn't alter your alignment or personality and only gives beneficial effects. Why is it presented as a bad thing? Two, vampires are not fiends, they are undead. A vampire created this spell according to your lore. Yet the supposed curse that is given simultaneously makes you look more like the vampire in spite of turning your creature type to a fiend. Was this a mistake or intentional? If it was intentional, what is the logic behind it? I'm not trying to be mean, but if I were to try and use this spell in my games I'd like to know the reasoning behind its effects.
Separately, I DO like that it isn't very powerful mechanically speaking, but remains at high level presumably because of its lack of requiring concentration and high versatility. Very in line with the game's actual spellcasting, as not requiring concentration for an effect like this seems to be considered very powerful by the game's existing spells. Well done. --Supersmily5 (talk) 10:51, 20 July 2019 (MDT)