Spells from Frozen, part 4

Carrying on from the previous posts for Ars Magica spell’s themed from Frozen (part onetwo, three), here are some more spells inspired from the film of interest for a Magus with a specialisation in ice and snow.

Javelin of Sharpened Ice

Creo Aquam / Rego 15, R: Voice, D: Momentary, T: Individual

This spell creates a javelin of ice and hurls it at a creature within Voice range. The barb inflicts +10 damage.

(Base 3 to create ice, +2 Voice, +1 unnaturally shaped and strong, +1 Rego)

Inflicting damage with a created medium has been done in the core rules and discussed at length in the Ars Magica forums. In keeping with the spell levels used in those discussions a spell (like The Crystal Dart, MuTe/Re10, doing +10 damage) this new spell isn’t the best damage spell, but it is probably a good one for an ice wizard.

Then a version increasing the level to allow for a more forceful impact.

Lance of Horrific Ice

Creo Aquam / Rego 30, R: Voice, D: Momentary, T: Individual

This spell creates a lance of ice and hurls it at a creature within Voice range with great force. The barb inflicts +25 damage.

(Base 3 to create ice, +2 Voice, +1 unnaturally shaped and strong, +1 Rego, +3 extra force)

Dominion Over Ice and Snow

Rego Aquam 40, R: Sight, D: Concentration, T: Part

Allows the caster to move a volume of water, snow or ice, up to the volume of a large pond (56,000 cubic feet) according to their will within range. Target: Part allows for movement from within a larger source, such as drawing a large wave on top of a ship from the ocean around it.

(Base 5 to control in a violent way, +3 Sight, +1 Conc, +2 size increase, +1 Part)

This spell is part of the free new spells compendium for Ars Magica.

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2 thoughts on “Spells from Frozen, part 4

  1. Pingback: Ice spells (part one) Transform ice | The Iron-Bound Tome

  2. Pingback: Ice spells (part two) Shaping and blocking with ice | The Iron-Bound Tome

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