A strange and dangerous spell, although there are times when having a fire which burns while wet might be very handy. The original lasted for as long as the caster concentrated which makes sense as a demonstration of the transformation, but not as a true device of dangerous and unnatural fire. The spell is more dangerous than converting water to oil, as so many other water sources may be present which are uncontrolled.
Muto Ignem / Aquam 20, R: Voice, D: Sun, T: Individual
This spell changes a fire of a size up to bonfire so it unnaturally consumes water as fuel, as though it were oil or wood. The fire would be particularly dangerous in a wet forest, or on a marsh, and could be used to actually burn a river.
(Base 4, +2 Voice, +2 Sun)
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