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How to cast Spells
When a magic-user uses a Spellcasting Form, they do so by casting spells drawn from their spell List. A magic-user must know and learn the spells he wants to cast; details on how this is done is given in the various Spellcasting form descriptions.
To learn and cast a spell of a certain level, the magic user must have a Spellcasting Form die according to the following chart:
|d4||0 and 1st|
|d6||2nd and 3rd|
|d8||4th and 5th|
|d10||6th and 7th|
|d12||8th and 9th|
To cast a spell, the caster must roll against a special Magic Pool. This magic pool is assembled as such:
1. Take the Doom Pool (or the Doom Pool minimum die if it isn’t that strong yet)
2. Change the die code of the pool to that of the spell level that the person desires to cast.
3. Add one more die if the caster is using the first spell level of the given die level, add two if it is the second level listed.
If the caster succeeds, the spell is cast, and they gain the condition: Spellcasting Fatigue. Additionally, if the caster gets a critical success (succeeding by 5 or more), the do not gain Spellcasting Fatigue.
If the caster does not succeed, the spell is not cast, and they gain damage as dictated by their Spellcasting Form. Additionally, if the caster gets a critical failure (failing by 5 or more), the do gain Spellcasting Fatigue, as if the spell had been cast.